Ezekial Stewart

Ezekial Stewart (1741-1837) and Rachel Larrison (?-after 1837)

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William A. LaBach
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Table of Contents

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Aid, Anderson, Borders, Burgess, Dilger, Fink, Gross-Hutton, Hulette, Hutton, Jones, LaBach, List, Nickell, Stewart, Yocum

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First Generation

1. Ezekiel1 Stewart, son of John Stewart and Elizabeth, was born in Perth Amboy, Middlesex Co., NJ June 26, 1741. Ezekiel died March 25, 1837 in probably Estill Co., KY, at 95 years of age.

He married Rachel Larrison in Cape May, NJ, May 4, 1773. Rachel died after 1837 in KY?. Rachel became the mother of Stephen Stewart in Gloucester Co., NJ. Rachel became the mother of Ezekiel Stewart in Gloucester Co., NJ. Rachel became the mother of Rebecca Stewart in Gloucester Co., NJ, circa 1778. Rachel became the mother of Thomas Stewart in Gloucester Co., NJ, ca 1782. Rachel became the mother of Jacob Stewart in Gloucester Co., NJ, 1783. Rachel became the mother of Samuel Stewart in Gloucester Co., NJ, 1784. Rachel became the mother of David Stewart in Gloucester Co., NJ, October 11, 1785.

Ezekiel became the father of Stephen Stewart in Gloucester Co., NJ. Ezekiel became the father of Ezekiel Stewart in Gloucester Co., NJ. Ezekiel became the father of Rebecca Stewart in Gloucester Co., NJ, circa 1778. Ezekiel became the father of Thomas Stewart in Gloucester Co., NJ, ca 1782. At 42 years of age Ezekiel became the father of Jacob Stewart in Gloucester Co., NJ, 1783. At 43 years of age Ezekiel became the father of Samuel Stewart in Gloucester Co., NJ, 1784. At 44 years of age Ezekiel became the father of David Stewart in Gloucester Co., NJ, October 11, 1785. Ezekiel Stewart moved from Gloucester County, New Jersey to the area which became Montgomery County, Kentucky in 1792. He appears on the Clark County, KY tax list for 1793.

Ezekiel Stewart and Rachel Larrison had the following children:

child + 2 i. Stephen2 Stewart was born before ca 1803, the first event for which there is a recorded date.

child + 3 ii. Ezekiel Stewart was born before ca 1808, the first event for which there is a recorded date.

child 4 iii. Unknown Stewart was born on (birth date unknown). She married John Larrison. John was born 1765. John died ca 1872.

child 5 iv. Archibald C. Stewart was born before February 26, 1816, the first event for which there is a recorded date. He married Elizabeth Tribble in Estill Co., KY, February 26, 1816. Elizabeth was born ca 1795.

child + 6 v. Sarah "Sally" Stewart was born before September 8, 1808, the first event for which there is a recorded date.

child 7 vi. Rebecca Stewart was born in Gloucester Co., NJ circa 1778. Rebecca died ca 1810. She married Joseph Whitsett in Clark Co., KY, December 20, 1794. Joseph was born ca 1774. Joseph was the son of Samuel Whitsett and Margaret Tuttle. Joseph died 1824 at 50 years of age.

child + 8 vii. Thomas Stewart was born ca 1782.

child + 9 viii. Jacob Stewart was born 1783.

child + 10 ix. Samuel Stewart was born 1784.

child + 11 x. David Stewart was born October 11, 1785.

Second Generation

2. Stephen2 Stewart (Ezekiel1) was born in Gloucester Co., NJ before ca 1803, the first event for which there is a recorded date.

He married Margaret in Kentucky, ca 1803. Margaret was born ca 1785. At 19 years of age Margaret became the mother of Martin M. Stewart in Montgomery Co., KY, February 23, 1805. At 30 years of age Margaret became the mother of Stephen Stewart 1815. At 32 years of age Margaret became the mother of Eli Stewart in Kentucky, 1817.

Stephen became the father of Martin M. Stewart in Montgomery Co., KY, February 23, 1805. Stephen became the father of Stephen Stewart 1815. Stephen became the father of Eli Stewart in Kentucky, 1817.

Stephen Stewart and Margaret had the following children:

child 12 i. Martin M.3 Stewart was born in Montgomery Co., KY February 23, 1805. Martin died February 9, 1900 in Powell Co., KY, at 94 years of age. He married Elizabeth Adams. Elizabeth is the daughter of Spencer Adams.

child 13 ii. Stephen Stewart was born 1815. He married Delilah Calloway in Estill Co., KY, September 18, 1837. Delilah was born in Kentucky.

child 14 iii. Eli Stewart was born in Kentucky 1817. Eli died 1897 in Estill Co., KY, at 80 years of age. He married Susannah Estes in Estill Co., KY, September 1, 1836. Susannah is the daughter of Elisha Estes and Mary "Molly" Collins.

3. Ezekiel2 Stewart (Ezekiel1) was born in Gloucester Co., NJ before ca 1808, the first event for which there is a recorded date. Ezekiel died in Missouri.

He married Kizah ca 1808. Kizah was born ca 1789. Ezekiel Stewart moved to Jackson County, Missouri.

Ezekiel Stewart and Kizah had the following children:

child 15 i. Pauline3 Stewart was born on (birth date unknown). She married Mr. Day.

child 16 ii. Harrison Stewart was born before June 1836, the first event for which there is a recorded date. Harrison died June 1836. Harrison Stewart died unmarried.

6. Sarah "Sally"2 Stewart (Ezekiel1) was born before September 8, 1808, the first event for which there is a recorded date.

She married Joseph "Big Joe" Nickell. Joseph was born in Bourbon Co., KY January 10, 1790. Joseph was the son of Joseph Nickell and Elizabeth Fowler. Joseph died October 1, 1845 in Morgan Co., KY, at 55 years of age. At 18 years of age Joseph became the father of James A. Nickell in Montgomery Co., KY, September 8, 1808. At 23 years of age Joseph became the father of Elizabeth E. Nickell in Floyd Co., KY, 1813. At 27 years of age Joseph became the father of Stewart Nickell in Floyd Co., KY, September 28, 1817. At 28 years of age Joseph became the father of Mary "Polly" Nickell in Floyd Co., KY, 1818. At 30 years of age Joseph became the father of Sally Ann Nickell in Floyd Co., KY, 1820. At 36 years of age Joseph became the father of FJohn Desha Nickell in Rock House Creek, Morgan Co., KY, February 18, 1826. At 38 years of age Joseph became the father of Lucretia Nickell in Morgan Co., KY, August 11, 1828. At 41 years of age Joseph became the father of Joseph Desha Nickell in Morgan Co., KY, April 15, 1831. At 43 years of age Joseph became the father of Amos T. Nickell in Morgan Co., KY, June 11, 1833. At 46 years of age Joseph became the father of Isaac Nickell in Morgan Co., KY, 1836. At 50 years of age Joseph became the father of Robert J. Nickell in Morgan Co., KY, May 16, 1840. At 54 years of age Joseph became the father of Matilda Jane Nickell in Morgan Co., KY, October 22, 1844. At 56 years of age Joseph became the father of William Mack Nickell in Morgan Co., KY, 1846.

Sarah became the mother of James A. Nickell in Montgomery Co., KY, September 8, 1808. Sarah became the mother of Elizabeth E. Nickell in Floyd Co., KY, 1813. Sarah became the mother of Stewart Nickell in Floyd Co., KY, September 28, 1817. Sarah became the mother of Mary "Polly" Nickell in Floyd Co., KY, 1818. Sarah became the mother of Sally Ann Nickell in Floyd Co., KY, 1820.

Sarah "Sally" Stewart and Joseph "Big Joe" Nickell had the following children:

child 17 i. James A.3 Nickell was born in Montgomery Co., KY September 8, 1808.

child 18 ii. Elizabeth E. Nickell was born in Floyd Co., KY 1813.

child 19 iii. Stewart Nickell was born in Floyd Co., KY September 28, 1817.

child 20 iv. Mary "Polly" Nickell was born in Floyd Co., KY 1818.

child 21 v. Sally Ann Nickell was born in Floyd Co., KY 1820.

8. Thomas2 Stewart (Ezekiel1) was born in Gloucester Co., NJ ca 1782. Thomas died ca 1831.

He married Jennie McDowell in Monroe Co., WV, ca 1803. Jennie was born ca 1782. Jennie was the daughter of William McDowell. At 26 years of age Jennie became the mother of Madison Stewart February 20, 1809. At 26 years of age Jennie became the mother of Patterson Stewart February 20, 1809. At 29 years of age Jennie became the mother of Archibald Stewart April 5, 1812. At 31 years of age Jennie became the mother of Demaris Stewart June 8, 1814.

At 26 years of age Thomas became the father of Madison Stewart February 20, 1809. At 26 years of age Thomas became the father of Patterson Stewart February 20, 1809. At 29 years of age Thomas became the father of Archibald Stewart April 5, 1812. At 31 years of age Thomas became the father of Demaris Stewart June 8, 1814.

Thomas Stewart and Jennie McDowell had the following children:

child 22 i. James3 Stewart was born on (birth date unknown).

child 23 ii. Mary Stewart was born on (birth date unknown). She married Thomas Brewer.

child 24 iii. Catherine Stewart was born on (birth date unknown). Catherine Sharp died in infancy.

child 25 iv. William Stewart was born on (birth date unknown). William Stewart married and went to Missouri with Archibald,

child 26 v. Madison Stewart was born February 20, 1809. Madison died February 22, 1874 in Clay City, Powell Co., KY, at 65 years of age. He married Celia Daniel February 4, 1832.

child + 27 vi. Patterson Stewart was born February 20, 1809.

child 28 vii. Archibald Stewart was born April 5, 1812. He married Cinderella (Sharp) McKinney in Estill Co., KY, April 20, 1835. Archibald Stewart went to Missouri.

child 29 viii. Demaris Stewart was born June 8, 1814. Demaris died August 3, 1870 in Missouri, at 56 years of age. She married Tillman Sharp May 22, 1834.

9. Jacob2 Stewart (Ezekiel1) was born in Gloucester Co., NJ 1783. Jacob died 1851 in Jackson Co., MO, at 68 years of age.

He married Anna Nickell in Kentucky, ca 1804. Anna was born in Virginia 1785. Anna was the daughter of Joseph Nickell and Elizabeth Fowler. Anna died 1861 in Jackson Co., MO, at 76 years of age. Anna became the mother of Elizabeth Stewart in Montgomery Co., Kentucky, circa 1805. Anna became the mother of Rachel Stewart in Montgomery Co., KY, ca 1807. At 24 years of age Anna became the mother of Sally Stewart in Montgomery Co., KY, September 10, 1809. At 29 years of age Anna became the mother of Mary "Polly" Stewart in Montgomery Co., KY, 1814. The Will of Anna Sewart follows:

In the name of God amen I Anna Stewart being of sound and disposing mind and memory but being sensible of the certainty of death and being anxious to dispose of the property with which it, has pleased Almighty God, has blessed me do make ordain and establish the following as my last will and testament, to wit:

1st I will and bequeath to my daughters Sallie Anderson and Rachel Burgess each, one hundred dollars.

2nd I wish paid either to my negro woman Gilda in person or to such person as the Court may appoint to receive the same for her use one hundred dollars and also one Bed and Bedding.

3rd I have already provided for my daughter Polly Yoacham by giving her one hundred dollars in the negro Bill which is the property of her husband at my death. I therefore give her no money by this will.

4th I give and bequeath to my daughter Elizabeth Aid all the rest and residue of my property of every kind to have and to hold the same free from the debts or control of her husband in any respect whatever.

As witness my hand and seal this 18 day of May, 1855.

Anna X (her mark) Stewart

The name of Testatrix was signed by me at her request and she made her mark thereto in my presence.

James K. Sheley

Signed sealed and acknowledged in our presence by the testatrix and by us signed as witnesses at her request and in her presence and in the presence of each other.

James K. Sheley Mary Ann Sheley

This Will was probated August 10, 1861 in the Jackson County Probate and Common Pleas Court, State of Missouri. The Will was recorded August 10, 1861 in Will Book K, Page 313 and following in the Jackson County Clerk's Office.

Jacob's occupation: Farmer. Jacob became the father of Elizabeth Stewart in Montgomery Co., Kentucky, circa 1805. Jacob became the father of Rachel Stewart in Montgomery Co., KY, ca 1807. At 26 years of age Jacob became the father of Sally Stewart in Montgomery Co., KY, September 10, 1809. Jacob was listed as the head of a family on the 1810 Census in Montgomery County, Kentucky. Jacob Stewart is listed on the 1810 Census as Jacob Steward with one free white male between 26 and 45, 3 free white females under 10, one between 16 and 26, and no slaves.

At 31 years of age Jacob became the father of Mary "Polly" Stewart in Montgomery Co., KY, 1814. Jacob was listed as the head of a family on the 1830 Census in Montgomery County, Kentucky. The 1830 Montgomery County Census lists Jacob Stewart with 1 white male 5-10, 1 10-15, 1 40-50, 1 white female 15-20, 1 20-30, 1 40-50, and 1 male slave 24-36.

Jacob was listed as the head of a family on the 1850 Census in Jackson County, Missouri. Jacob Stewart is listed in the 1850 Census for Jackson County, Missouri in Blue Township as a farmer, age 65, born in New Jersey, with real estate worth $11,800. His wife, Ann, is listed as age 65 and born in Virginia. Jacob Stewart served in the War of 1812. The Will of Jacob Stewart dated September 16, 1841 and probated August 11, 1851 in Jackson County, Missouri names daughters Elizabeth Aid, Rachel Burgess, Sally Anderson and Polly Yoacham and a boy "now living with me by the name of William Stewart" who is to have an equal part with his children. A codicil dated August 11, 1849 mentions the same children but omits the name of William Stewart. The executors of the estate of Jacob Stewart were George W. Anderson and Henry Burgess. A biography of Mathhew William Anderson in the United States Biographical Dictionary states that Jacob Stewart was a native Virginian. The 1850 Census says he was born in New Jersey.

Jacob Stewart and Anna Nickell had the following children:

child + 30 i. Elizabeth3 Stewart was born circa 1805.

child + 31 ii. Rachel Stewart was born ca 1807.

child + 32 iii. Sally Stewart was born September 10, 1809.

child + 33 iv. Mary "Polly" Stewart was born 1814.

10. Samuel2 Stewart (Ezekiel1) was born in Gloucester Co., NJ 1784. Samuel died 1849 in Jackson County, MO, at 65 years of age.

He married Edith Noland in Clark Co., KY, November 13, 1806. Edith was born ca 1786. At 27 years of age Edith became the mother of David Singleton Stewart 1813. At 34 years of age Edith became the mother of Joshua Stewart in Kentucky, 1820. At 39 years of age Edith became the mother of Narcissus Stewart in Kentucky, 1825. At 42 years of age Edith became the mother of Samuel Stewart in Kentucky, 1828.

At 29 years of age Samuel became the father of David Singleton Stewart 1813. At 36 years of age Samuel became the father of Joshua Stewart in Kentucky, 1820. At 41 years of age Samuel became the father of Narcissus Stewart in Kentucky, 1825. At 44 years of age Samuel became the father of Samuel Stewart in Kentucky, 1828. Even though deceased, Samuel Stewart seems to be listed in the 1850 Census for Kan Township, Jackson County, Missouri at a farmer, age 66, born in New Jersey with real estate worth $1,600 in the household of Joshua Stewart, farmer, age 30. Samuel Stewart moved to Jackson County, Missouri in 1838 from Madison County, Kentucky.

Samuel Stewart and Edith Noland had the following children:

child 34 i. Franklin3 Stewart was born on (birth date unknown).

child 35 ii. Polly Stewart was born on (birth date unknown).

child 36 iii. Edith Stewart was born on (birth date unknown).

child 37 iv. Sally Stewart was born on (birth date unknown).

child 38 v. David Singleton Stewart was born 1813.

child 39 vi. Joshua Stewart was born in Kentucky 1820. Joshua died 1891 at 71 years of age. He married Leanna Kerr.

child 40 vii. Narcissus Stewart was born in Kentucky 1825.

child 41 viii. Samuel Stewart was born in Kentucky 1828.

11. David2 Stewart (Ezekiel1) was born in Gloucester Co., NJ October 11, 1785. David died August 6, 1871 in Jackson Co., MO, at 85 years of age.

He married twice. He married Elizabeth Larrison in Madison Co., KY, May 31, 1807. Elizabeth was born ca 1787. Elizabeth was the daughter of George Larrison. At 34 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of James Anderson Stewart December 3, 1821. He married Susan Hensley in Jackson Co., MO, February 7, 1850. Susan was born ca 1804.

At 36 years of age David became the father of James Anderson Stewart December 3, 1821. David was listed as the head of a family on the 1850 Census in Jackson County, Missouri. David Stewart is listed on the 1850 Census for Kan Township, Jackson County, Missouri as a farmer, age 67, born in New Jersey with real estate worth $1,200. Also listed is Susan, 66, born in Kentucky; John S. Stewart, 20 born in Kentucky; Sarah J. Hensley, 74 born in Missouri; and John W. Jacob, 16, farmer, born in Missouri.

David Stewart and Elizabeth Larrison had the following children:

child 42 i. Edith3 Stewart was born on (birth date unknown).

child 43 ii. Luticia Stewart was born on (birth date unknown).

child 44 iii. Dulcina Stewart was born on (birth date unknown).

child 45 iv. Eliza Jane Stewart was born on (birth date unknown).

child 46 v. Elizabeth Stewart was born on (birth date unknown).

child 47 vi. Diza Stewart was born on (birth date unknown).

child 48 vii. John Stewart was born on (birth date unknown).

child 49 viii. Susan Stewart was born on (birth date unknown).

child 50 ix. Malinda Stewart was born on (birth date unknown).

child + 51 x. James Anderson Stewart was born December 3, 1821.

Third Generation

27. Patterson3 Stewart (Thomas2, Ezekiel1) was born February 20, 1809. Patterson died 1837 at 28 years of age.

He married Jestine Sharp.

Patterson Stewart and Jestine Sharp had the following child:

child 52 i. Mary4 Stewart was born on (birth date unknown).

30. Elizabeth3 Stewart (Jacob2, Ezekiel1) was born in Montgomery Co., Kentucky circa 1805. Elizabeth died ca 1875.

She married John Aid in Montgomery Co., KY, ca 1827. John was born in VA ca 1805. John became the father of Jacob S. Aid ca 1829. At 31 years of age John became the father of Mary Ann Aid in Montgomery Co., KY, July 24, 1836. At 31 years of age John became the father of Rachel Jane Aid in Jackson Co., MO, April 14, 1837. At 36 years of age John became the father of James D. Aid in Missouri, March 22, 1842.

Elizabeth became the mother of Jacob S. Aid ca 1829. At 31 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of Mary Ann Aid in Montgomery Co., KY, July 24, 1836. At 31 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of Rachel Jane Aid in Jackson Co., MO, April 14, 1837. At 36 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of James D. Aid in Missouri, March 22, 1842. Elizabeth was listed as the head of a family on the 1870 Census in Jackson County, Missouri. Elizabeth F. Aid is listed in the 1870 Census for Blue Township, Jackson County, Missouri as 64 years of age abd born in Kentucky with personal property worth $100. Also listed is Rachel J. Murchison, 32, born in Missouri and Susan E. Murchison born in Missouri.

Elizabeth Stewart and John Aid had the following children:

child 53 i. Jacob S.4 Aid was born ca 1829. He married Elizabeth McGill in Jackson Co., MO, February 19, 1860.

child 54 ii. Mary Ann Aid was born in Montgomery Co., KY July 24, 1836. Mary died November 4, 1911 in Myrtle Creek, Douglas Co., OR, at 75 years of age. She married Thomas Jefferson Russell in Jackson Co., MO, February 26, 1852. Thomas was born TN February 17, 1832. Thomas died October 11, 1921 in Douglas Co., OR, at 89 years of age.

child 55 iii. Rachel Jane Aid was born in Jackson Co., MO April 14, 1837. She married twice. She married Keenon J. Murchison October 22, 1852. She married Phillip P. Mulkey in Douglas Co., OR, March 11, 1877.

child 56 iv. James D. Aid was born in Missouri March 22, 1842. James died December 30, 1909 in Jackson Co., MO, at 67 years of age. He married Tishia Ann Webb in Jackson Co., MO, November 27, 1862. Tishia was born in Missouri 1847. Tishia died December 30, 1909 at 62 years of age. Her body was interred in Salem Cemetery, Independence, Jackson Co., MO.

31. Rachel3 Stewart (Jacob2, Ezekiel1) was born in Montgomery Co., KY ca 1807.

She married Henry Burgess in Montgomery Co., KY, ca 1827. Henry was born in Virginia 1807. At 21 years of age Henry became the father of John Burgess in Kentucky, 1828. At 23 years of age Henry became the father of Jacob Burgess in Kentucky, 1830. At 27 years of age Henry became the father of Thomas Burgess in Missouri, 1834. At 34 years of age Henry became the father of George Burgess in Missouri, 1841. At 35 years of age Henry became the father of James Burgess in Missouri, 1842. At 38 years of age Henry became the father of Ann E. Burgess in Missouri, 1845. At 40 years of age Henry became the father of Benjamin Burgess in Missouri, 1847. Henry was listed as the head of a family on the 1850 Census in Jackson County, Missouri. Henry Burgess is listed in the 1850 Census for Van Buren Township, Jackson County, Missouri as a farmer, age 43, born in Virginia, with real estate worth $1,000.00. Also listed is Rachel, 43, born in Kentucky; John, 22, farmer, born in Kentucky; Jacob, 20, farmer, born in Kentucky; Thomas, farmer, 16, born in Missouri; George, 9, born in Missouri, James, 8, born in Missouri; Ann E., 5, born in Missouri; and Benjamin, 3, born in Missouri.

At 21 years of age Rachel became the mother of John Burgess in Kentucky, 1828. At 23 years of age Rachel became the mother of Jacob Burgess in Kentucky, 1830. At 27 years of age Rachel became the mother of Thomas Burgess in Missouri, 1834. At 34 years of age Rachel became the mother of George Burgess in Missouri, 1841. At 35 years of age Rachel became the mother of James Burgess in Missouri, 1842. At 38 years of age Rachel became the mother of Ann E. Burgess in Missouri, 1845. At 40 years of age Rachel became the mother of Benjamin Burgess in Missouri, 1847.

Rachel Stewart and Henry Burgess had the following children:

child 57 i. John4 Burgess was born in Kentucky 1828.

child 58 ii. Jacob Burgess was born in Kentucky 1830.

child 59 iii. Thomas Burgess was born in Missouri 1834.

child 60 iv. George Burgess was born in Missouri 1841.

child 61 v. James Burgess was born in Missouri 1842.

child 62 vi. Ann E. Burgess was born in Missouri 1845.

child 63 vii. Benjamin Burgess was born in Missouri 1847.

32. Sally3 Stewart (Jacob2, Ezekiel1) was born in Montgomery Co., KY September 10, 1809. Sally died April 27, 1881 in Jackson Co., MO, at 71 years of age. Her body was interred in Anderson family cemetery, Blue Twp., Jackson Co., MO.

She married George W. Anderson in Montgomery Co., KY, January 27, 1829. George was born in Montgomery Co., KY September 3, 1810. George was the son of John Anderson and Mary Robeson. George died January 18, 1859 in Jackson Co., MO, at 48 years of age. His body was interred in Anderson family cemtery, Blue Twp., Jackson Co., MO. George's occupation: Farmer. At 19 years of age George became the father of Eliza Ann Fraughber Anderson in Montgomery Co., KY, December 28, 1829. George was listed as the head of a family on the 1830 Census in Montgomery County, Kentucky. The 1830 Census for Montgomery County, Kentucky lists George Anderson with 1 white male 15-20, 1 white female under 5, and 1 15-20.

At 21 years of age George became the father of Robert Smith Perry Anderson in Montgomery Co., KY, November 17, 1831. At 23 years of age George became the father of Ann Robeson Anderson in Montgomery Co., KY, July 22, 1834. At 26 years of age George became the father of Matthew William Anderson in Jackson Co., MO, December 20, 1836. At 28 years of age George became the father of James Robeson Anderson in Jackson Co., MO, December 22, 1838. George was listed as the head of a family on the 1840 Census in Jackson County, Missouri. George W. Anderson was listed in the 1840 Census for Jackson County, Missouri with 2 white males under 5, 1 20-30, 1 white female 5-10, 1 30-40 and 1 female slave under 10. One person was engaged in agriculture.

At 30 years of age George became the father of Mary Fowler Anderson in Jackson Co., MO, March 27, 1841. At 32 years of age George became the father of Jacob Stewart Anderson in Jackson Co., MO, August 7, 1843. At 36 years of age George became the father of George W. Anderson, Jr. in Jackson Co., MO, September 4, 1846. At 37 years of age George became the father of Rachael Jane Anderson in Jackson Co., MO, April 7, 1848. George was listed as the head of a family on the 1850 Census in Jackson County, Missouri. George W. Anderson is listed in the 1850 Census for Jackson County in Blue Township as a farmer, age 30, born in Kentucky with land worth $2,000.00. Also listed are his wife, Sally, age 40, born in Kentucky; son, Matthew, age 12, born in Missouri; son James R., age 10, born in Missouri; daughter, Mary F., age 8, born in Missouri; son Stewart, age 6, born in Missouri; son George W., age 4, born in Missouri; and daughter Rachel, age 2, born in Virginia. I believe Rachel was actually born in Missouri.

George was listed as the owner of slaves on the 1850 Census of Slave Inhabitants in Jackson County, MO. George W. Anderson is listed in the 1850 slave schedules for Jackson County, Missouri with 1 male black age 50, 1 female black 40, 1 male black 11, 1 female black 6, and 1 female black 3.

At 40 years of age George became the father of Elizabeth Ann F. Anderson in Jackson Co., MO, September 8, 1850.

At 20 years of age Sally became the mother of Eliza Ann Fraughber Anderson in Montgomery Co., KY, December 28, 1829. At 22 years of age Sally became the mother of Robert Smith Perry Anderson in Montgomery Co., KY, November 17, 1831. At 24 years of age Sally became the mother of Ann Robeson Anderson in Montgomery Co., KY, July 22, 1834. At 27 years of age Sally became the mother of Matthew William Anderson in Jackson Co., MO, December 20, 1836. At 29 years of age Sally became the mother of James Robeson Anderson in Jackson Co., MO, December 22, 1838. At 31 years of age Sally became the mother of Mary Fowler Anderson in Jackson Co., MO, March 27, 1841. At 33 years of age Sally became the mother of Jacob Stewart Anderson in Jackson Co., MO, August 7, 1843. At 36 years of age Sally became the mother of George W. Anderson, Jr. in Jackson Co., MO, September 4, 1846. At 38 years of age Sally became the mother of Rachael Jane Anderson in Jackson Co., MO, April 7, 1848. At 40 years of age Sally became the mother of Elizabeth Ann F. Anderson in Jackson Co., MO, September 8, 1850. Sally was listed as the head of a family on the 1860 Census in Jackson Co., MO. Sally Anderson is listed in the 1860 Census for Jackson County, Missouri in Blue Township as age 48, born in Kentucky, with real estate worth $2,000 and personal property worth $4,500. She is listed as a person who cannot read and write. Also listed are son William, age 22, farmer, with real estate worth $500 and personal property worth $900; son James, age 21, farmer, with real estate worth $500 and personal property worth $900.00; Mary, age 19, with real estate worth $500 and personal property worth $900; Jacob S., age 17, farm hand, with real estate worth $500 and personal property worth $900; George W., age 15, with real estate worth $500.00 and personal property worth $900; Rachel, age 11, with real estate worth $500 and personal property worth $900; and Bettie, age 9, with real estate worth $500 and personal property worth $900. All persons except Sally were born in Missouri.

Sally was listed as the owner of slaves on the 1860 Census of Slave Inhabitants in Jackson County, MO. Sally Anderson is listed on the slave schules for 1860 for Jackson County, Missouri as owning 1 25 year old mulatto female, 1 18 year old female black, 1 9 year old female mulatto, 1 4 year old female black, 1 2 year old male black, 1 1 year old female black, and 1 male black, age 9/12. There is one slave house. If I understand the data correctly, the 25 year old mulatto female, 9 year old female mulatto, and 1 year old female mulatto are "fugitives from the State".

Sally was listed as the head of a family on the 1870 Census in Jackson County, MO. Sally Anderson is listed in the 1870 Census for Jackson County, Missouri in Blue Township as age 70, born in Kentucky, with personal property worth $3,000.

Sally Stewart and George W. Anderson had the following children:

child 64 i. Eliza Ann Fraughber4 Anderson was born in Montgomery Co., KY December 28, 1829.

child 65 ii. Robert Smith Perry Anderson was born in Montgomery Co., KY November 17, 1831. Robert died August 19, 1833 in Montgomery Co., KY, at 1 year of age.

child 66 iii. Ann Robeson Anderson was born in Montgomery Co., KY July 22, 1834. Ann died June 1, 1837 in Jackson Co., MO, at 2 years of age.

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child + 67 iv. Matthew William Anderson was born December 20, 1836.

child 68 v. James Robeson Anderson was born in Jackson Co., MO December 22, 1838. James died February 14, 1917 in Jackson Co., MO, at 78 years of age. He married Anna Burgess in Jackson Co., MO, January 1, 1865. Anna died circa 1897 in Jackson Co., MO.

James's occupation: Farmer.

child 69 vi. Mary Fowler Anderson was born in Jackson Co., MO March 27, 1841. She married Orlando Truitt in Jackson Co., MO, March 3, 1861. Orlando died October 30, 1926 in Buckner, MO.

child 70 vii. Jacob Stewart Anderson was born in Jackson Co., MO August 7, 1843. Jacob died April 1, 1876 at 32 years of age.

child 71 viii. George W. Anderson, Jr. was born in Jackson Co., MO September 4, 1846. George died June 26, 1880 at 33 years of age. His body was interred in Anderson family cemetery, Blue Twp, Jackson Co., MO. He married Juliet Stone in Jackson Co., MO, November 25, 1869.

child 72 ix. Rachael Jane Anderson was born in Jackson Co., MO April 7, 1848. Rachael died July 6, 1881 at 33 years of age. Her body was interred in Anderson family cemetery, Blue Twp., Jackson Co., MO. She married Jessie Daniel in Jackson Co., MO, February 7, 1867.

child 73 x. Elizabeth Ann F. Anderson was born in Jackson Co., MO September 8, 1850. She married William J. Smitson in Jackson Co., MO, January 16, 1866. The marriage to William J. Smitson is not verified.

33. Mary "Polly"3 Stewart (Jacob2, Ezekiel1) was born in Montgomery Co., KY 1814. Mary died October 9, 1873 in Platte Co., MO, at 59 years of age.

She married Moses Benjamin Yocum in Montgomery Co., KY, ca 1833. Moses was born in Montgomery Co., KY 1812. Moses was the son of William Yocum and Maria. Moses died May 25, 1886 in Platte Co., MO, at 73 years of age. Moses became the father of Elijah Yocum ca 1834. At 25 years of age Moses became the father of Sarah Ann Yocum 1837. At 25 years of age Moses became the father of George Washington Yocum in Platte Co., MO, February 18, 1838. At 29 years of age Moses became the father of Julia Yocum 1841. At 30 years of age Moses became the father of Jacob Stewart Yocum 1842. At 32 years of age Moses became the father of John Yocum February 1, 1845. At 36 years of age Moses became the father of Mary Yocum in Platte Co., MO, 1848. Moses was listed as the head of a family on the 1850 Census in Platte County, Missouri. Benjamin Yocum is listed in the 1850 Census for Marshall Township, Platte County, Missouri as a farmer, age 36, born in Kentucky with real estate worth $3,000. Also listed is Mary, age 34, born in Kentucky; Elizabeth, 16, born in Kentucky; Sarah, 13, born in Missouri; George W., 12, born in Missouri; Juliet, 9, born in Missouri; John, 5, born in Missouri; Jacob, 8, born in Missouri; and Mary, 2, born in Missouri.

Mary became the mother of Elijah Yocum ca 1834. At 23 years of age Mary became the mother of Sarah Ann Yocum 1837. At 23 years of age Mary became the mother of George Washington Yocum in Platte Co., MO, February 18, 1838. At 27 years of age Mary became the mother of Julia Yocum 1841. At 28 years of age Mary became the mother of Jacob Stewart Yocum 1842. At 30 years of age Mary became the mother of John Yocum February 1, 1845. At 34 years of age Mary became the mother of Mary Yocum in Platte Co., MO, 1848.

Mary "Polly" Stewart and Moses Benjamin Yocum had the following children:

child 74 i. Polly4 Yocum was born on (birth date unknown).

child 75 ii. Elizabeth Yocum was born on (birth date unknown).

child 76 iii. Elijah Yocum was born ca 1834.

child 77 iv. Sarah Ann Yocum was born 1837.

child 78 v. George Washington Yocum was born in Platte Co., MO February 18, 1838.

child 79 vi. Julia Yocum was born 1841.

child 80 vii. Jacob Stewart Yocum was born 1842.

child 81 viii. John Yocum was born February 1, 1845.

child 82 ix. Mary Yocum was born in Platte Co., MO 1848.

51. James Anderson3 Stewart (David2, Ezekiel1) was born December 3, 1821.

He married Rebecca Christman. Rebecca became the mother of John Ewing Stewart December 29, 1856.

At 35 years of age James became the father of John Ewing Stewart December 29, 1856.

James Anderson Stewart and Rebecca Christman had the following child:

child 83 i. John Ewing4 Stewart was born December 29, 1856.

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67. Matthew William4 Anderson (Sally3 Stewart, Jacob2, Ezekiel1) was born in Jackson Co., MO December 20, 1836. Matthew died January 21, 1906 in Kansas City, Jackson Co., MO, at 69 years of age. His body was interred in Woodlawn Cemetery, Independence, MO.

He married twice. He married Julia A. Daniel in Jackson Co., MO, May 7, 1861. Julia was born in Jackson Co., MO March 25, 1842. Julia was the daughter of Robert Daniel and Catherine Hanline. Julia died August 1, 1887 in Jackson Co., MO, at 45 years of age. At 19 years of age Julia became the mother of Kate B. Anderson in Jackson Co., MO, February 24, 1862. At 37 years of age Julia became the mother of Nellie Anderson in Independence, MO, 1879. He married Mary Webster Erwin in Hamilton Co., OH, September 3, 1890. Mary was born in Jackson Co, Mo February 5, 1861. Mary was the daughter of Andrew Eugene Erwin and Josephine Deborah Russell. Mary died December 28, 1931 in Lexington, KY, at 70 years of age. Her body was interred in Lexington Cemetery. At 30 years of age Mary became the mother of Henry Clay Anderson in Independence, MO, 1891. Mary became the mother of George Anderson in Independence, MO, circa 1893. At 34 years of age Mary became the mother of Matthew William Anderson in Independence, MO, June 24, 1895. Her obituary from the Lexington Herald: Mrs. Mary W. Anderson, widow of Matthew William Anderson, died at her apartmen in Wellington Arms at 5:15 o'clock yesterday afternoon after a protracted illness. She was the daughter of Eugene and Josephine Russell Erwin and was a great granddaughter of Henry Clay. She is survived by two sons, Matthew William Anderson of Lexington and Henry Clay Anderson of Miami Fla., and three granddaughters, Lucy, Mary W. and Sarah Anderson of Lexington. Funeral servivces will be conducted at the grave in the family lot in the Lexington cemetery at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon. The Rt. Rev. H. P. Almon Abbott, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Lexington, will officiate. Pallbearers will be Eugene Simpson, Lawrence Simpson, Clay Simpson, Burt V. Halbert, Jr., Howard Evans, and David T. Eastin.

Matthew's occupation: Banker. Matthew was listed as the head of a family on the 1860 Census in Jackson County, MO. Matthew William Anderson is listed in the 1860 Census of Jackson County, Missouri in Blue Township in the house hold of his mother, Sally, as a farmer, age 22, with real estate worth $500 and personal property worth $900.

At 25 years of age Matthew became the father of Kate B. Anderson in Jackson Co., MO, February 24, 1862. Matthew was listed as the head of a family on the 1870 Census in Jackson County, MO. Matthew William Anderson is listed in the 1870 Census for Jackson County, Missouri as a deputy sheriff, age 33, born in Missouri with real estate valued at $5,000 and personal property valued at $1,000. Also listed are wife Julia, age 29, born in Missouri, and daughter Katie, age 9, born in Missouri.

At 42 years of age Matthew became the father of Nellie Anderson in Independence, MO, 1879. At 54 years of age Matthew became the father of Henry Clay Anderson in Independence, MO, 1891. Matthew became the father of George Anderson in Independence, MO, circa 1893. At 58 years of age Matthew became the father of Matthew William Anderson in Independence, MO, June 24, 1895. His biography from Encyclopedia of the History of Missouri, Vol. 1, Howard L. Conard, Editor, 1901, follows: Anderson, Matthew William, banker, was born December 20, 1836, on the farm of his father, four miles from Independence, Missouri. His parents were George W. and Sally (Stewart) Anderson, both of whom were natives of Kentucky and members of splendid Southern families, whose records for thrift and integrity are spotless. They were married in Kentucky and removed to Missouri in 1836, the year M. W. Anderson was born. They located on the acres that composed the old homestead for so many years, near Independence, and played no small part in the wonderful transformation which caused Western Missouri to blossom from a pioneer wilderness into luxurious cultivation during their years. The son was left upon his own resources early in life, on account of the death of his father, but proved equal to the stern task before him. He received a common school education in the schools of Jackson County, and had a good, practical preparation for the numerous undertakings which were to combine in making his life successful. In 1860 he was elected constable of Blue Township, in Jackson County, defeating six opponents in a race that was hotly contested. In those days the office of constable was equally renumerative with the office of sheriff. It was ably filled by the young man until the edict went forth that officeholders must take the "Gamble oath." That order having been promulgated and Mr. Anderson being unwilling to swear against convictions which came from Southern blood, he gave up the office. In 1862 he went to New Mexico and engaged in the business of overland freighting, in the employ of Irvin, Jackman & Co. He followed that line of work for about six months. After returning to Missouri he became deputy sheriff of Jackson County, in 1868, under Charles Dougherty, and served in that capacity until 1870. Between the time of his return from New Mexico and his acceptance of the office of deputy sheriff he engaged in farming in Jackson County. The Democratic party nominated him for collector of Jackson County, but his first race was followed by defeat, James L. Gray being elected. His second candidacy was successful, however, and in 1872 he was elected collector by a large majority. The oath of office was taken in 1873 and he served as collector four years. During this time, having prospered in financial affairs, he was a silent partner in the banking house of Brown, Hughes & Co., paid considerable attention to the raising of fine stock and looked after a large ranch which he had purchased in New Mexico. When the Anderson-Chiles Banking Company of Independence was organized he was made president of the concern, and for several years it was one of the strongest private banking houses in western Missouri. In 1889 this bank was nationalized and Mr. Anderson was chosen president. Since that time he has been president of this strong establishment, which is known as the First National Bank, and his reputation as a careful, successful business man is firmly established. Mr. Anderson has large property holdings which require much attention, and not all of his time is devoted to the banking business. He is one of the most prominent dealers in fine cattle in Missouri, and his splendid herd of Bates shorthorns which graze on the pastures of his four hundred acre farm near Independence is considered the standard of its kind. In addition to the office of county collector Mr. Anderson received other honors from the people of his community, serving for eighteen years as a member of the city council of Independence. He is a member of the Episcopal Church and holds the office of senior warden in Trinity Church, Independence. He was married, in 1861 to Miss Julia Daniel, of Jackson County, Missouri. To them two children, daughters, were born. Mrs. Anderson died in 1888. The husband was the second time married in 1892, his bride being Miss Mary W. Ervin, daughter of Colonel Eugene Ervin, of Lexington, Kentucky. Colonel Ervin was a grandson of the distinguished Kentucky statesman, Henry Clay, and of such noble ancestry Mrs. Anderson and her two bright sons, Henry Clay and Matthew William, have reason to be proud.

Another genealogically rich biography from The United States Biographical Dictionary, Missouri Volume (1878):

MATTHEW W. ANDERSON.

INDEPENDENCE.

MATTHEW W. ANDERSON was born December 20, 1836, in Jackson county, Missouri. His father, George W. Anderson, was born in Montgomery county, Kentucky, September 10, 1810, and his father was born in Virginia. George W. Anderson was raised on a farm and received a common school education. When eighteen years of age he married Miss Sarah Stewart, January 27, 1829. Miss Stewart was born in Montgomery county, Kentucky, September 10, 1809, and was the daughter of Jacob Stewart, who was a native Virginian, and whose father was born in New Jersey. The mother of Sarah Stewart was Anna Nichols, of Virginia. The parents of Matthew W. Anderson came to Jackson county, Missouri, in 1836, and located in Blue township, four and one-half miles east of Independence. January 18, 1859, his father died; the wife still survives him and lives upon the old farm. George Anderson left at his death eight children, four sons and four daughters, as follows: Eliza Ann, Matthew W., James R., Mary F., Jacob S., George W., Rachel and Elizabeth. The subject of our sketch was the eldest son, and was raised and educated in his native county; and lived on a farm until December, 1872, since which time he has resided in Independence, Missouri. From 1858 to 1860 he was deputy sheriff under Burrus; he was then elected constable of Blue township, having eight opponents, and receiving more votes than all of them combined. This office he held for only one year, when he resigned. In 1862 he went to New Mexico as assistant wagon master, returning to Jackson county in 1863. In the same year he moved to Platte county, where he remained but a short time, engaging while there in trading and farming. In the fall of 1865 he again returned to Jackson county and went on a farm, where he remained until 1868, when he was appointed deputy sheriff under Charles Dougherty, which position he held two years. In 1872 he was elected collector of Jackson county, and was re-elected again in 1874. Mr. Anderson was a county officer for eighteen years. Quotations from county papers will show how much he was appreciated by the people. In the collectorís office Mr. M. W. Anderson has kept a perfect set of books, easily investigated and showing at a glance the exact account of the collector with the county. As his settlements are made every month, and his balance sheets struck at each settlement, any one who is curious to know the state of the accounts between him and the treasurer, can do so without consulting the collector, as his books are so accurately and exactly kept that any man of ordinary business intelligence can understand them upon a slight inspection. To give some idea of the labor required to do this, we will state that there are no less than fifteen separate funds in this county, viz.: State, county, special interest, poor house, bridge, road, Van Buren township, Westport horse railroad, Kaw township, Kansas City, Independence, Westport and Leeís Summit school funds (they being incorporated schools), and the district school funds, Of the latter, there are one hundred and five districts, with each one of which the collector keeps a separate account. So that in reality the financial transactions of one hundred and nineteen different funds are to be accurately kept by the collector; requiring an amount of labor, care and attention, particularly at certain seasons of the year, which no one can fully appreciate who has not had some experience in such business. But such is the order with which the books are kept, that not only can the general business of the office be seen at a glance, but also the special business of each fund. If any school director wants to know the financial condition of his district, he has but to turn to the number of his district, and the debits and credits will show at once whether anything has been placed in the treasurerís hands, or how much remains uncollected. In the book in which the charges for settlements are made, seventy-six pages, of forty lines each, have been written since the 17th of May 1875 - showing over three thousand in less than a year. Not only are the books in good order, but the collections for the past year, considering the financial depression, the distressed condition of the country and the large municipal, township and county debts, have been unusually large. About eighty per cent. of the tax of 1875 has been collected. Only twenty per cent remains unpaid for that year; but ten per cent. for the year 1874, and five per cent, for the year 1873 - all these subject to corrections for improper assessments, receipts held and not returned, etc. We may say, without fear of contradiction, that no collector in the State can show a better set of books or a more conscientious discharge of duty than Mr. Anderson; and we think so much is due to an officer, at the close of his official term, who has proven himself honest, faithful and capable. In 1877 Mr. Anderson became one of the leading members of the banking firm of Brown, Hughes & Co., of Independence. In a few months the firm was changed to Anderson, Hughes & Co. Although this is the youngest bank in the city, being about two years old, and having two rival banks, still it is the leading bank in the city. May 7, 1861, Mr. Anderson married Miss Julia A. Daniel, who was born in Jackson county, Missouri, March 24, 1842, and received her education in her native county. Her father, Robert Daniel, was born in Middlesex county, Virginia, April 10, 1798. His father, Robert Daniel, died in October of the same year; and in 1812, when Robert was about fourteen years old, his mother moved from Virginia to Montgomery county, Kentucky. September 5, 1820, Robert Daniel married Catherine Hanline, who was born in November, 1798, in Montgomery county, Kentucky. Her father was a native of North Carolina and one of the early pioneers of Kentucky, immigrating with Daniel Boone. In 1836 Mrs. Andersonís father moved to Missouri. Her parents had eight children, as follows: Overton, Robert and Albert, who died in Kentucky; Susan, now the wife of William Allen; Robert, residing in Texas; Catherine, the wife of Rodney Mire; Jessie; and Julia, the wife of M. W. Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson have one child, a daughter, Catherine B., born February 24, 1862. Mr. Anderson is a Royal Arch Mason, and Chancellor Commander in the Knights of Pythias. In politics he is a Democrat. He is not a professor of religion, but gives his influence always on the side of right. Mrs. Anderson is a member of the Missionary Baptist Church. His domestic relations are very happy, and his home a bright and beautiful place.

Matthew William Anderson and Julia A. Daniel had the following children:

child 84 i. Kate B.5 Anderson was born in Jackson Co., MO February 24, 1862. Kate died August 1, 1903 at 41 years of age. She married Robert S. Turner.

child 85 ii. Nellie Anderson was born in Independence, MO 1879. Nellie died 1970 at 91 years of age. She married John E. Harvey. John was born 1884. John died 1962 at 78 years of age.

Matthew William Anderson and Mary Webster Erwin had the following children:

child 86 iii. Henry Clay Anderson was born in Independence, MO 1891. Henry died July 21, 1959 in Coral Gables, FL, at 68 years of age. His body was interred in Lexington Cemetery. He married Ellyn Gilbert. Ellyn died in Coral Gables, FL. Her body was interred in Lexington Cemetery.

Henry's occupation: Teacher.

child 87 iv. George Anderson was born in Independence, MO circa 1893. George died before 1901 in Independence, MO.

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child + 88 v. Matthew William Anderson was born June 24, 1895.

Fifth Generation

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88. Matthew William5 Anderson (Matthew William4, Sally3 Stewart, Jacob2, Ezekiel1) was born in Independence, MO June 24, 1895. Matthew died May 23, 1967 Lexington, KY, at 71 years of age. His body was interred in Lexington Cemetery.

He married Lucy Alexander Humphreys Chenault Lexington, KY, September 26, 1916. Lucy was born in Richmond, KY January 17, 1897. Lucy was the daughter of Christopher David Chenault and Sarah Gibson Humphreys. Lucy died December 28, 1975 Lexington, KY, at 78 years of age. Her body was interred in Lexington Cemetery. At 20 years of age Lucy became the mother of Lucy Chenault Anderson Lexington, KY, November 29, 1917. At 23 years of age Lucy became the mother of Mary Webster Anderson Lexington, KY, January 17, 1920. At 25 years of age Lucy became the mother of Sarah Gibson Anderson Lexington, KY, February 20, 1922. Obituary from the Lexington Herald-Leader: Mrs. Lucy Chenault Anderson, 78, a descendant of one of the first settlers of Boonesborough, Nathaniel Hart, died Sunday. Mrs. Anderson, of 220 Chenault Road, was the widow of Matthew William Anderson, who was a great-great-grandson of Henry Clay. Born in Richmond, she was the daughter of the late Christopher David and Sarah Humphreys Chenault. She attended the National Cathedral, Washington, D.C., Sayre College, and Miss Ella Williams' School. Mrs. Anderson was a member of Christ Church Episcopal, the Keeneland Club, Madison County Historical Society, Lexington Rose Society and Blue Grass Iris Society. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Mary A. La Bach, Mrs. Edward H. Jones and Mrs. Louis W. List, Jr; a sister, Mrs. Sarah Chenault Buckner, all of Lexington; nine grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Services were held Tuesday. Burial was in the Lexington Cemetery.

Matthew's occupation: Land Developer. At 22 years of age Matthew became the father of Lucy Chenault Anderson Lexington, KY, November 29, 1917. At 24 years of age Matthew became the father of Mary Webster Anderson Lexington, KY, January 17, 1920. Matthew was listed as the head of a family on the 1920 Census in Fayette County, Kentucky. Matthew William Anderson was listed in the 1920 Census for Fayette County, Kentucky as a white male, age 24, born in Missouri, with his occupation listed as farmer. Also listed was Lucy C. Anderson, age 22; Lucy C. Anderson, 2 and 2/12; Morgan Wilson, black male, age 55, servant; Mary Williams, female black, age 27, servant; and Eliza Trimble, female black, age 29, servant. All except Matthew William Anderson were born in Kentucky.

At 26 years of age Matthew became the father of Sarah Gibson Anderson Lexington, KY, February 20, 1922. His obituary from the Lexington Herald: Matthew William Anderson, 71, a pioneer in the subdivision development of Lexington and an apartment house owner, died yesterday morning at his home, 220 Chenault Road. Mr. Anderson was a great-great.grandson of Henry Clay and one of the first developers of Chevy Chase subdivision, once part of the original Clay estate. He was a noted Fayette County sportsman and bred and raced his own horses. Born in Independence, Mo., he was a son of the late Matthew William and Mary Webster Erwin Anderson. He was a graduate of Culver Military Academy and the University of Kentucky. Mr. Anderson was a member of Christ Episcopal Church and the Keeneland Club. He and his wife -- Mrs. Lucy Chenault Anderson -- had celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary last September after 50 years of marriage. Besides his wife, survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Edward H. Jones, Mrs. Mary A. LaBach and Mrs. Louis W. List Jr.; nine grandchildren, William Anderson LaBach, James Parker LaBach, Mrs. John Hutton, Edward H. Jones Jr., William Chenault Jones, Mrs. Sidney Hulette, Louis W. List III, Henry Clay List and David A. List, all of Lexington, and four great-grandchildren. Graveside services will be conducted at 3 p.m. Thursday at the Lexington Cemetery by the Rev. Giles E. Lewis. Friends may call at the W. R. Milward Mortuary --Broadway after noon today.

Matthew William Anderson and Lucy Alexander Humphreys Chenault had the following children:

child + 89 i. Lucy Chenault6 Anderson was born November 29, 1917.

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child + 90 ii. Mary Webster Anderson was born January 17, 1920.

child + 91 iii. Sarah Gibson Anderson was born February 20, 1922.

Sixth Generation

89. Lucy Chenault6 Anderson (Matthew William5, Matthew William4, Sally3 Stewart, Jacob2, Ezekiel1) was born Lexington, KY November 29, 1917.

She married Edward Harold Jones Lexington, KY, May 10, 1941. Edward was born in Kentucky September 20, 1919. Edward died March 3, 1996 Lexington, KY, at 76 years of age. His body was interred in Lexington Cemetery, Lexington, KY. Edward Harold "Harry" Jones was a career officer in the United States Navy and served as a naval pilot in World War II. After retirement he lived in Lexington, Kentucky where he worked as a stockbroker and Realtor.

She resides Lexington, KY.

Lucy Chenault Anderson and Edward Harold Jones had the following children:

child 92 i. Edward Harold7 Jones, Jr. was born on (birth date unknown). He married Brenda Whitehouse. She resides Lexington, Fayette Co., KY. Brenda's occupation: Decorator.

He resides Lexington, Fayette Co., KY. Edward's occupation: Builder.

child 93 ii. William Chenault Jones was born on (birth date unknown). William's occupation: Engineer.

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90. Mary Webster6 Anderson (Matthew William5, Matthew William4, Sally3 Stewart, Jacob2, Ezekiel1) was born Lexington, KY January 17, 1920. Mary died February 1, 1998 in Lebanon, OH, at 78 years of age.

She married James Parker LaBach in Jeffersonville, IN, February 5, 1938. James was born Lexington, KY December 10, 1918. James is the son of James Oscar LaBach and Mary Shepherd Parker. He resides in Spruce Pine, NC. At 20 years of age James became the father of William Anderson LaBach Lexington, KY, December 29, 1938. At 21 years of age James became the father of Mary Ellyn LaBach Lexington, KY, October 2, 1940. At 24 years of age James became the father of James Parker LaBach, Jr. Lexington, Fayette Co., KY, January 16, 1943. James was divorced from Mary Webster Anderson in Fayette Co., KY, July 9, 1949. At 38 years of age James became the father of Frederick Avery LaBach August 17, 1957. Parker received his undergraduate education at the University of Kentucky and later earned a Ph.D. degree at Syracuse University. As an educator he has taught students from the kindergarten through doctorate programs. As a composer he has written numerous art songs and compositions for small ensembles. He specializes in theory and literature of music. He is now retired from the faculty of Kent State University.

At 18 years of age Mary became the mother of William Anderson LaBach Lexington, KY, December 29, 1938. At 20 years of age Mary became the mother of Mary Ellyn LaBach Lexington, KY, October 2, 1940. At 22 years of age Mary became the mother of James Parker LaBach, Jr. Lexington, Fayette Co., KY, January 16, 1943. Mary was divorced from James Parker LaBach in Fayette Co., KY, July 9, 1949. Obituary of Mary Webster Anderson written by my sister, Mary Ellyn Hutton: Mary Webster Anderson LaBach, native and long-time resident of Lexington, died Sunday, February 1, in Lebanon, Ohio. Mrs. LaBach, 78, managed rental property in Chevy Chase before moving to Ohio in 1995. An avid gardener, she was an officer and consulting rosarian for the Lexington Rose Society and a member of the Hemerocallis and Iris Societies. She was a member of the Lexington Kennel Club, the Keeneland Club and was a breeder of Shi-Tzu and Maltese dogs, including several champions. Mrs. LaBach was the daughter of Matthew William and Lucy Chenault Anderson of Lexington and a great-great-great granddaughter of Henry Clay. She attended Sayre School, Henry Clay High School and was a member of Christ Church Episcopal. She is survived by two sons, William Anderson LaBach of Lexington and Dr. James Parker LaBach, Jr. of Overland Park, Kansas; a daughter, Mary Ellyn LaBach Hutton of Cincinnati; five grandchildren, Mary Rebecca Hutton Fink of Tipp City, Ohio; John Stafford Hutton of Cincinnati, Elizabeth LaBach Hutton of Cambridge, Massachusetts, Virginia Kathryn LaBach of Los Angeles and Elaine Parker LaBach of Lawrence, Kansas; and three great-grandchildren. She also leaves a sister, Lucy Anderson Jones of Lexington. Interment will be at Spring Grove Cemetery in Cincinnati. Memorials to the University of Cincinnati Foundation Geriatics Fund, P.O. Box 670544, Cincinnati, OH 45267-0544.

Mary Webster Anderson and James Parker LaBach had the following children:

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child 94 i. William Anderson7 LaBach was born Lexington, KY December 29, 1938. He married Karen Eugenia Mitchell in Fayette County, KY, February 11, 1999. Karen was born Lexington, KY August 23, 1950. Karen is the daughter of Sidney Eugene Mitchell and Catherine Delores Stewart.

He resides in Fayette Co., KY. William's occupation: Attorney. Bill is a graduate of Henry Clay High School in Lexington, Kentucky and received his A.B. degree from Transylvania College in 1959. He received his M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in Mathematics from the University of Illinois in 1963 and 1965. He specialized in differential topology and wrote his dissertation under Prof. Stewart Scott Cairns who was Chairman of the Department of Mathematics at the University of Illinois for many years. Bill held faculty positions at the University of Illinois, Northwestern University, Florida State University, Stetson University and the University of Kentucky. In 1968-69 he was a Member of the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton, NJ where he served as research assistant to Prof. Marston Morse. Bill received his J.D. (law) degree from the University of Kentucky in 1975 and has practiced law in Lexington, Kentucky since October, 1975. Bill has served as President of the Lexington Rose Society, Bluegrass Hemerocallis Society, Fayette County Genealogical Society, Kentucky Genealogical Society, and the Chenault Family Association in Kentucky and as a national officer in the Society of Descendants of Washinton's Army at Valley Forge. He is a life member of the Society of the Cincinnati, Sons of the Revolution, Sons of the American Revolution, and the Jamestowne Society and is a member of numerous other patriotic, historical and family history organizations.

child + 95 ii. Mary Ellyn LaBach was born October 2, 1940.

child + 96 iii. James Parker LaBach, Jr. was born January 16, 1943.

91. Sarah Gibson6 Anderson (Matthew William5, Matthew William4, Sally3 Stewart, Jacob2, Ezekiel1) was born Lexington, KY February 20, 1922. Sarah died August 19, 1982 Lexington, KY, at 60 years of age. Her body was interred in Lexington Cemetery.

She married Louis William List in Anniston, AL, May 1, 1943. Louis was born in Paducah, KY August 2, 1923. Louis was the son of Louis William List and Maurine. Louis died February 16, 1972 Lexington, KY, at 48 years of age. His body was interred in Lexington Cemetery. Louis's occupation: Civil Engineer. At 20 years of age Louis became the father of Sarah Anderson List Lexington, Fayette Co., KY, June 17, 1944. At 21 years of age Louis became the father of Louis William List III Lexington, Fayette Co., KY, July 23, 1945. At 26 years of age Louis became the father of Henry Clay Anderson List Lexington, KY, 1950. At 29 years of age Louis became the father of David Anthony List Lexington, KY, November 22, 1952.

At 22 years of age Sarah became the mother of Sarah Anderson List Lexington, Fayette Co., KY, June 17, 1944. At 23 years of age Sarah became the mother of Louis William List III Lexington, Fayette Co., KY, July 23, 1945. At 28 years of age Sarah became the mother of Henry Clay Anderson List Lexington, KY, 1950. At 30 years of age Sarah became the mother of David Anthony List Lexington, KY, November 22, 1952.

Sarah Gibson Anderson and Louis William List had the following children:

child + 97 i. Sarah Anderson7 List was born June 17, 1944.

child + 98 ii. Louis William List III was born July 23, 1945.

child 99 iii. Henry Clay Anderson List was born Lexington, KY 1950. He married Gloria Canada.

He resides Lexington, KY. Henry's occupation: Lobbyist.

child + 100 iv. David Anthony List was born November 22, 1952.

Seventh Generation

95. Mary Ellyn7 LaBach (Mary Webster6 Anderson, Matthew William5, Matthew William4, Sally3 Stewart, Jacob2, Ezekiel1) was born Lexington, KY October 2, 1940.

She married John James Hutton Lexington, KY, June 13, 1964. John was born July 24, 1936. John is the son of John Hutton. He resides in Hamilton Co., OH. John's occupation: Physician. At 28 years of age John became the father of Mary Rebecca Hutton in Boston, MA, January 23, 1965. At 31 years of age John became the father of John Stafford Hutton Lexington, KY, December 21, 1967. At 43 years of age John became the father of Elizabeth LaBach Hutton Lexington, Fayette Co., KY, July 27, 1979.

She resides in Hamilton Co., OH. At 24 years of age Mary became the mother of Mary Rebecca Hutton in Boston, MA, January 23, 1965. At 27 years of age Mary became the mother of John Stafford Hutton Lexington, KY, December 21, 1967. At 38 years of age Mary became the mother of Elizabeth LaBach Hutton Lexington, Fayette Co., KY, July 27, 1979. Mary Ellen received he undergraduate education from the University of Kentucky and earned an M.A. degree in Music from Yale University where she was a Woodrow Wilson Fellow. She received a law degree from the University of Kentucky. She is a musician and music critic.

Mary Ellyn LaBach and John James Hutton had the following children:

child + 101 i. Mary Rebecca8 Hutton was born January 23, 1965.

child + 102 ii. John Stafford Hutton was born December 21, 1967.

child 103 iii. Elizabeth LaBach Hutton was born Lexington, Fayette Co., KY July 27, 1979.

96. James Parker7 LaBach, Jr. (Mary Webster6 Anderson, Matthew William5, Matthew William4, Sally3 Stewart, Jacob2, Ezekiel1) was born Lexington, Fayette Co., KY January 16, 1943.

He married Donna Poore Lexington, Fayette Co., KY, August 2, 1969. Donna was born Lexington, Fayette Co., KY February 11, 1943. She resides in Overland Park, KS. At 29 years of age Donna became the mother of Virginia Kathryn LaBach Lexington, Fayette Co., KY, May 19, 1972. At 32 years of age Donna became the mother of Elaine Parker LaBach Lexington, Fayette Co., KY, July 26, 1975.

He resides in Overland Park, KS. James's occupation: Physician. At 29 years of age James became the father of Virginia Kathryn LaBach Lexington, Fayette Co., KY, May 19, 1972. At 32 years of age James became the father of Elaine Parker LaBach Lexington, Fayette Co., KY, July 26, 1975. Parker received his undergraduate education from the United States Military Academy at West Point and at the University of Kentucky where he received a degree in Biochemistry. He received his M.D. degree from the University of Kentucky and is now a pathologist in Kansas City.

James Parker LaBach, Jr. and Donna Poore had the following children:

child 104 i. Virginia Kathryn8 LaBach was born Lexington, Fayette Co., KY May 19, 1972.

child 105 ii. Elaine Parker LaBach was born Lexington, Fayette Co., KY July 26, 1975.

97. Sarah Anderson7 List (Sarah Gibson6 Anderson, Matthew William5, Matthew William4, Sally3 Stewart, Jacob2, Ezekiel1) was born Lexington, Fayette Co., KY June 17, 1944.

She married Sidney Harrel Hulette Lexington, Fayette Co., KY, July 2, 1966. Sidney was born in Evansville, IN June 18, 1941. He resides in Morganfield, KY. Sidney's occupation: Attorney. At 26 years of age Sidney became the father of William Sidney Anderson Hulette March 28, 1968. At 28 years of age Sidney became the father of Margaret Young Hulette June 24, 1969. At 28 years of age Sidney became the father of Sarah List Hulette June 24, 1969.

She resides in Morganfield, KY. At 23 years of age Sarah became the mother of William Sidney Anderson Hulette March 28, 1968. At 25 years of age Sarah became the mother of Margaret Young Hulette June 24, 1969. At 25 years of age Sarah became the mother of Sarah List Hulette June 24, 1969.

Sarah Anderson List and Sidney Harrel Hulette had the following children:

child + 106 i. William Sidney Anderson8 Hulette was born March 28, 1968.

child + 107 ii. Margaret Young Hulette was born June 24, 1969.

child + 108 iii. Sarah List Hulette was born June 24, 1969.

98. Louis William7 List III (Sarah Gibson6 Anderson, Matthew William5, Matthew William4, Sally3 Stewart, Jacob2, Ezekiel1) was born Lexington, Fayette Co., KY July 23, 1945. Louis died November 19, 1998 Lexington, KY, at 53 years of age.

He married Kathleen Berry Angelucci March 20, 1970. Kathleen was born August 2, 1948. She resides Lexington, Fayette Co., KY. At 25 years of age Kathleen became the mother of Louis William List IV Lexington, KY, January 25, 1974. At 27 years of age Kathleen became the mother of Lucia Devereaux List in Paducah, KY, March 10, 1976.

At 28 years of age Louis became the father of Louis William List IV Lexington, KY, January 25, 1974. At 30 years of age Louis became the father of Lucia Devereaux List in Paducah, KY, March 10, 1976.

Louis William List III and Kathleen Berry Angelucci had the following children:

child 109 i. Louis William8 List IV was born Lexington, KY January 25, 1974.

child 110 ii. Lucia Devereaux List was born in Paducah, KY March 10, 1976.

100. David Anthony7 List (Sarah Gibson6 Anderson, Matthew William5, Matthew William4, Sally3 Stewart, Jacob2, Ezekiel1) was born Lexington, KY November 22, 1952.

He married Deborah Stone Lexington, KY, August 31, 1985. Deborah was born April 27, 1951. She resides Lexington, Fayette Co., KY. Deborah's occupation: Teacher. At 35 years of age Deborah became the mother of Alexandra Farley Anderson List Lexington, KY, February 27, 1987. At 37 years of age Deborah became the mother of Anne Hagan Rye List Lexington, KY, February 10, 1989.

He resides Lexington, KY. At 34 years of age David became the father of Alexandra Farley Anderson List Lexington, KY, February 27, 1987. At 36 years of age David became the father of Anne Hagan Rye List Lexington, KY, February 10, 1989.

David Anthony List and Deborah Stone had the following children:

child 111 i. Alexandra Farley Anderson8 List was born Lexington, KY February 27, 1987.

child 112 ii. Anne Hagan Rye List was born Lexington, KY February 10, 1989.

Eighth Generation

101. Mary Rebecca8 Hutton (Mary Ellyn7 LaBach, Mary Webster6 Anderson, Matthew William5, Matthew William4, Sally3 Stewart, Jacob2, Ezekiel1) was born in Boston, MA January 23, 1965.

She married Thomas Michael Fink December 30, 1989. He resides in Tipp City, OH. Thomas's occupation: Engineer. Thomas became the father of Kevin Thomas Fink in Tipp City, OH, July 30, 1991. Thomas became the father of Michele Alexandra Fink in Dayton, OH, June 21, 1993. Thomas became the father of Laura Elizabeth Fink in Dayton, OH, September 27, 1999. Thomas became the father of Stephanie Clarice Fink in Dayton, OH, December 28, 2000.

She resides in Tipp City, OH. Mary's occupation: Nurse. At 26 years of age Mary became the mother of Kevin Thomas Fink in Tipp City, OH, July 30, 1991. At 28 years of age Mary became the mother of Michele Alexandra Fink in Dayton, OH, June 21, 1993. At 34 years of age Mary became the mother of Laura Elizabeth Fink in Dayton, OH, September 27, 1999. At 35 years of age Mary became the mother of Stephanie Clarice Fink in Dayton, OH, December 28, 2000.

Mary Rebecca Hutton and Thomas Michael Fink had the following children:

child 113 i. Kevin Thomas9 Fink was born in Tipp City, OH July 30, 1991.

child 114 ii. Michele Alexandra Fink was born in Dayton, OH June 21, 1993.

child 115 iii. Laura Elizabeth Fink was born in Dayton, OH September 27, 1999.

child 116 iv. Stephanie Clarice Fink was born in Dayton, OH December 28, 2000.

102. John Stafford8 Hutton (Mary Ellyn7 LaBach, Mary Webster6 Anderson, Matthew William5, Matthew William4, Sally3 Stewart, Jacob2, Ezekiel1) was born Lexington, KY December 21, 1967.

He married Sandra Lee Gross. Sandra became the mother of Blythe Alexandra Reese Gross-Hutton in Cincinnati, OH, December 22, 1992. Sandra became the mother of Astrid Snow Gross-Hutton in Cincinnati, OH, March 3, 1998.

At 30 years of age John became the father of Astrid Snow Gross-Hutton in Cincinnati, OH, March 3, 1998.

John Stafford Hutton and Sandra Lee Gross had the following child:

child 117 i. Astrid Snow9 Gross-Hutton was born in Cincinnati, OH March 3, 1998.

106. William Sidney Anderson8 Hulette (Sarah Anderson7 List, Sarah Gibson6 Anderson, Matthew William5, Matthew William4, Sally3 Stewart, Jacob2, Ezekiel1) was born March 28, 1968.

He married Terri Leigh Cecil in Fayette Co., KY, November 25, 1995. Terri was born March 5, 1968. Terri is the daughter of John Cecil and Mary Frances. At 32 years of age Terri became the mother of Matthew William Hulette in Fayette Co., KY, May 11, 2000. At 33 years of age Terri became the mother of John Talbot Hulette in Fayette Co., KY, January 2, 2002.

At 32 years of age William became the father of Matthew William Hulette in Fayette Co., KY, May 11, 2000. At 33 years of age William became the father of John Talbot Hulette in Fayette Co., KY, January 2, 2002.

William Sidney Anderson Hulette and Terri Leigh Cecil had the following children:

child 118 i. Matthew William9 Hulette was born in Fayette Co., KY May 11, 2000.

child 119 ii. John Talbot Hulette was born in Fayette Co., KY January 2, 2002.

107. Margaret Young8 Hulette (Sarah Anderson7 List, Sarah Gibson6 Anderson, Matthew William5, Matthew William4, Sally3 Stewart, Jacob2, Ezekiel1) was born June 24, 1969.

She married Carroll Lewis Borders February 27, 1999. Carroll was born August 27, 1970. At 30 years of age Carroll became the father of Clay York Preston Borders January 17, 2001.

At 31 years of age Margaret became the mother of Clay York Preston Borders January 17, 2001.

Margaret Young Hulette and Carroll Lewis Borders had the following child:

child 120 i. Clay York Preston9 Borders was born January 17, 2001.

108. Sarah List8 Hulette (Sarah Anderson7 List, Sarah Gibson6 Anderson, Matthew William5, Matthew William4, Sally3 Stewart, Jacob2, Ezekiel1) was born June 24, 1969.

She married Craig Christman Dilger August 7, 1993. Craig was born February 11, 1969. At 31 years of age Craig became the father of Oxford Sidney Christman Dilger March 2, 2000.

At 30 years of age Sarah became the mother of Oxford Sidney Christman Dilger March 2, 2000.

Sarah List Hulette and Craig Christman Dilger had the following child:

child 121 i. Oxford Sidney Christman9 Dilger was born March 2, 2000.

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Index

Adams

Adams, Elizabeth (marriage to Martin M. Stewart) (i6324)

Aid

Aid, Jacob S. (i7820), b.1829-
Aid, James D. (i7824), b.1842-d.1909
Aid, John (marriage to Elizabeth Stewart) (i487), b.1805-
Aid, Mary Ann (i7822), b.1836-d.1911
Aid, Rachel Jane (i7826), b.1837-

Anderson

Anderson, Ann Robeson (i439), b.1834-d.1837
Anderson, Eliza Ann Fraughber (i437), b.1829-
Anderson, Elizabeth Ann F. (i445), b.1850-
Anderson, George (i226), b.1893-d.1901
Anderson, George W. (marriage to Sally Stewart) (i24), b.1810-d.1859
Anderson, George W., Jr. (i443), b.1846-d.1880
Anderson, Henry Clay (i224), b.1891-d.1959
Anderson, Jacob Stewart (i442), b.1843-d.1876
Anderson, James Robeson (i440), b.1838-d.1917
Anderson, Kate B. (i451), b.1862-d.1903
Anderson, Lucy Chenault (i220), b.1917-
Anderson, Mary Fowler (i441), b.1841-
Anderson, Mary Webster (i2), b.1920-d.1998
Anderson, Matthew William (i6), b.1895-d.1967
Anderson, Matthew William (i12), b.1836-d.1906
Anderson, Nellie (i450), b.1879-d.1970
Anderson, Rachael Jane (i444), b.1848-d.1881
Anderson, Robert Smith Perry (i438), b.1831-d.1833
Anderson, Sarah Gibson (i222), b.1922-d.1982

Angelucci

Angelucci, Kathleen Berry (marriage to Louis William List III) (i1107), b.1948-

Borders

Borders, Carroll Lewis (marriage to Margaret Young Hulette) (i7145), b.1970-
Borders, Clay York Preston (i7146), b.2001-

Brewer

Brewer, Thomas (marriage to Mary Stewart) (i7838)

Burgess

Burgess, Ann E. (i7834), b.1845-
Burgess, Anna (marriage to James Robeson Anderson) (i446), d.1897
Burgess, Benjamin (i7835), b.1847-
Burgess, George (i7832), b.1841-
Burgess, Henry (marriage to Rachel Stewart) (i489), b.1807-
Burgess, Jacob (i7830), b.1830-
Burgess, James (i7833), b.1842-
Burgess, John (i7829), b.1828-
Burgess, Thomas (i7831), b.1834-

Calloway

Calloway, Delilah (marriage to Stephen Stewart) (i6326)

Canada

Canada, Gloria (marriage to Henry Clay Anderson List) (i1106)

Cecil

Cecil, Terri Leigh (marriage to William Sidney Anderson Hulette) (i7148), b.1968-

Chenault

Chenault, Lucy Alexander Humphreys (marriage to Matthew William Anderson) (i7), b.1897-d.1975

Christman

Christman, Rebecca (marriage to James Anderson Stewart) (i7869)

Daniel

Daniel, Celia (marriage to Madison Stewart) (i7840)
Daniel, Jessie (marriage to Rachael Jane Anderson) (i6438)
Daniel, Julia A. (marriage to Matthew William Anderson) (i449), b.1842-d.1887

Day

Day, Mr. (marriage to Pauline Stewart) (i7851)

Dilger

Dilger, Craig Christman (marriage to Sarah List Hulette) (i7151), b.1969-
Dilger, Oxford Sidney Christman (i7152), b.2000-

Erwin

Erwin, Mary Webster (marriage to Matthew William Anderson) (i13), b.1861-d.1931

Estes

Estes, Susannah (marriage to Eli Stewart) (i6328)

Fink

Fink, Kevin Thomas (i989), b.1991-
Fink, Laura Elizabeth (i4066), b.1999-
Fink, Michele Alexandra (i1397), b.1993-
Fink, Stephanie Clarice (i6482), b.2000-
Fink, Thomas Michael (marriage to Mary Rebecca Hutton) (i560)

Gilbert

Gilbert, Ellyn (marriage to Henry Clay Anderson) (i225)

Gross

Gross, Sandra Lee (marriage to John Stafford Hutton) (i1395)

Gross-Hutton

Gross-Hutton, Astrid Snow (i1396), b.1998-

Harvey

Harvey, John E. (marriage to Nellie Anderson) (i452), b.1884-d.1962

Hensley

Hensley, Susan (marriage to David Stewart) (i3156), b.1804-

Hulette

Hulette, John Talbot (i7153), b.2002-
Hulette, Margaret Young (i7144), b.1969-
Hulette, Matthew William (i7149), b.2000-
Hulette, Sarah List (i7150), b.1969-
Hulette, Sidney Harrel (marriage to Sarah Anderson List) (i1100), b.1941-
Hulette, William Sidney Anderson (i7147), b.1968-

Hutton

Hutton, Elizabeth LaBach (i559), b.1979-
Hutton, John James (marriage to Mary Ellyn LaBach) (i129), b.1936-
Hutton, John Stafford (i558), b.1967-
Hutton, Mary Rebecca (i557), b.1965-

Jones

Jones, Edward Harold (marriage to Lucy Chenault Anderson) (i221), b.1919-d.1996
Jones, Edward Harold, Jr. (i1092)
Jones, William Chenault (i1093)

Kerr

Kerr, Leanna (marriage to Joshua Stewart) (i7854)

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Kizah (marriage to Ezekiel Stewart) (i3147), b.1789-

LaBach

LaBach, Elaine Parker (i562), b.1975-
LaBach, James Parker (marriage to Mary Webster Anderson) (i1), b.1918-
LaBach, James Parker, Jr. (i130), b.1943-
LaBach, Mary Ellyn (i128), b.1940-
LaBach, Virginia Kathryn (i561), b.1972-
LaBach, William Anderson (i3), b.1938-

Larrison

Larrison, Elizabeth (marriage to David Stewart) (i483), b.1787-
Larrison, John (marriage to Unknown Stewart) (i3149), b.1765-d.1872
Larrison, Rachel (marriage to Ezekiel Stewart) (i101), d.1837

List

List, Alexandra Farley Anderson (i7186), b.1987-
List, Anne Hagan Rye (i7187), b.1989-
List, David Anthony (i1104), b.1952-
List, Henry Clay Anderson (i1103), b.1950-
List, Louis William (marriage to Sarah Gibson Anderson) (i223), b.1923-d.1972
List, Louis William, III (i1102), b.1945-d.1998
List, Louis William, IV (i7185), b.1974-
List, Lucia Devereaux (i7184), b.1976-
List, Sarah Anderson (i1101), b.1944-

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Margaret (marriage to Stephen Stewart) (i474), b.1785-

McDowell

McDowell, Jennie (marriage to Thomas Stewart) (i478), b.1782-

McGill

McGill, Elizabeth (marriage to Jacob S. Aid) (i7821)

McKinney

McKinney, Cinderella (Sharp) (marriage to Archibald Stewart) (i7845)

Mitchell

Mitchell, Karen Eugenia (marriage to William Anderson LaBach) (i3980), b.1950-

Mulkey

Mulkey, Phillip P. (marriage to Rachel Jane Aid) (i7828)

Murchison

Murchison, Keenon J. (marriage to Rachel Jane Aid) (i7827)

Nickell

Nickell, Anna (marriage to Jacob Stewart) (i51), b.1785-d.1861
Nickell, Elizabeth E. (i7730), b.1813-
Nickell, James A. (i7729), b.1808-
Nickell, Joseph "Big Joe" (marriage to Sarah "Sally" Stewart) (i7668), b.1790-d.1845
Nickell, Mary "Polly" (i7732), b.1818-
Nickell, Sally Ann (i7733), b.1820-
Nickell, Stewart (i7731), b.1817-

Noland

Noland, Edith (marriage to Samuel Stewart) (i481), b.1786-

Poore

Poore, Donna (marriage to James Parker LaBach, Jr.) (i131), b.1943-

Russell

Russell, Thomas Jefferson (marriage to Mary Ann Aid) (i7823), b.1832-d.1921

Sharp

Sharp, Jestine (marriage to Patterson Stewart) (i7842)
Sharp, Tillman (marriage to Demaris Stewart) (i7847)

Smitson

Smitson, William J. (marriage to Elizabeth Ann F. Anderson) (i455)

Stewart

Stewart, Archibald (i7844), b.1812-
Stewart, Archibald C. (i3150)
Stewart, Catherine (i7848)
Stewart, David (i482), b.1785-d.1871
Stewart, David Singleton (i7857), b.1813-
Stewart, Demaris (i7846), b.1814-d.1870
Stewart, Diza (i7867)
Stewart, Dulcina (i7864)
Stewart, Edith (i7859)
Stewart, Edith (i7862)
Stewart, Eli (i6327), b.1817-d.1897
Stewart, Eliza Jane (i7865)
Stewart, Elizabeth (i486), b.1805-d.1875
Stewart, Elizabeth (i7866)
Stewart, Ezekiel (i100), b.1741-d.1837
Stewart, Ezekiel (i479)
Stewart, Franklin (i7855)
Stewart, Harrison (i7852), d.1836
Stewart, Jacob (i50), b.1783-d.1851
Stewart, James (i7836)
Stewart, James Anderson (i7868), b.1821-
Stewart, John (i7871)
Stewart, John Ewing (i7870), b.1856-
Stewart, Joshua (i7853), b.1820-d.1891
Stewart, Luticia (i7863)
Stewart, Madison (i7839), b.1809-d.1874
Stewart, Malinda (i7873)
Stewart, Martin M. (i6323), b.1805-d.1900
Stewart, Mary (i7837)
Stewart, Mary (i7843)
Stewart, Mary "Polly" (i490), b.1814-d.1873
Stewart, Narcissus (i7858), b.1825-
Stewart, Patterson (i7841), b.1809-d.1837
Stewart, Pauline (i7850)
Stewart, Polly (i7856)
Stewart, Rachel (i488), b.1807-
Stewart, Rebecca (i475), b.1778-d.1810
Stewart, Sally (i25), b.1809-d.1881
Stewart, Sally (i7860)
Stewart, Samuel (i480), b.1784-d.1849
Stewart, Samuel (i7861), b.1828-
Stewart, Sarah "Sally" (i7728)
Stewart, Stephen (i473)
Stewart, Stephen (i6325), b.1815-
Stewart, Susan (i7872)
Stewart, Thomas (i477), b.1782-d.1831
Stewart, Unknown (i3148)
Stewart, William (i7849)

Stone

Stone, Deborah (marriage to David Anthony List) (i1105), b.1951-
Stone, Juliet (marriage to George W. Anderson, Jr.) (i447)

Tribble

Tribble, Elizabeth (marriage to Archibald C. Stewart) (i3151), b.1795-

Truitt

Truitt, Orlando (marriage to Mary Fowler Anderson) (i454), d.1926

Turner

Turner, Robert S. (marriage to Kate B. Anderson) (i453)

Webb

Webb, Tishia Ann (marriage to James D. Aid) (i7825), b.1847-d.1909

Whitehouse

Whitehouse, Brenda (marriage to Edward Harold Jones, Jr.) (i1094)

Whitsett

Whitsett, Joseph (marriage to Rebecca Stewart) (i476), b.1774-d.1824

Yocum

Yocum, Elijah (i6778), b.1834-
Yocum, Elizabeth (i6782)
Yocum, George Washington (i6780), b.1838-
Yocum, Jacob Stewart (i6779), b.1842-
Yocum, John (i6785), b.1845-
Yocum, Julia (i6783), b.1841-
Yocum, Mary (i6784), b.1848-
Yocum, Moses Benjamin (marriage to Mary "Polly" Stewart) (i491), b.1812-d.1886
Yocum, Polly (i6781)
Yocum, Sarah Ann (i6786), b.1837-

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