Missouri Project - pafn303 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File

Selected Families and Individuals

Notes


Elizabeth Barton

Barton Bulletin Reunion Edition, 1971, p. 35
"Recollections of Isaac LBarton"


Peter Young

Family Bible of Joshua Barton; in Franklin Co VA in 1787.
Peter Young is listed on the 1787 Personal Property Tax List in Franklin Co.
There is a "William Young" listed on the Pigg River 1769 - any relation?
Deed Book 2, pg 402 Franklin Co, VA bought 190 acres South side of Pigg River
Deed Book 8, pg 249 Franklin Co, VA March 9, 1812 transaction witnessed by
Peter Young, David Young, Wm. Young, Robert Jones


Mary Barton

Barton Bulletin Reunion Edition, 1971, p. 35
Recollections of Isaac Barton; In 4/25/1787 Franklin Co, VA Peter was listed on
the Personal Property Tax Lists.
Mary was living in Pigg River area; her father moved "to that part of Carolina
which was to be Tennessee", leaving David, Isaac, Mary. Elizabeth went with
her father. Joshua sold 107 acres on Pigg River April 19, 1774.


Isaac Barton

Will of Isaac Barton "3rd month 31st 1721, Chester, Pa; Quaker Rec,
Tippeary, Munster, Ireland; Chester Meeting, Quaker Records, Pa; Bible
Rec of Joshua Barton - see summation of references on the Barton Family
in possession of Peggy Barton Carter, President Barton Family, 920
Corning Rd., Knoxville, Tn. 37923 ;(1984)
"The Descendants of Isaac Barton" compiled by Barton Family Assoc. 1988
Knoxville, TN 1988, page 1; Rev. Isaac Barton original statement, copy from
original dated Oct. 4, 1826.
Came to the USA in 1714.


Sarah Vesey

Temple file index


Isaac Barton Jr

Will of Isaac Barton, 3rd month 31st 1721, Chester, Pa;
TIB REf 5000654 49 s/n 00233-2-003-27
Quaker Records, Tippearary, Munster, Ireland


Mary Barton

See sources on Isaac Barton about 1683; Family records are unclear on the
location of Mary's birth - Elizabeth was the last child of this family born in
Ireland. Mary was probably born in Philadephia.


Benjamin Barton

See sources under Isaac Barton, b 1683; in Pittsylvania Co, VA in 1767.


Thomas Gooch Sr

A FAMILY CALLED FORT, Homer T. Fort Jr. 9 Fairfax Ct., Midland, Txa 79701, 668
pgs "Soldier in the Revol from Va, DAR Patrio Index, p. 273), moved in 1785
from Bedford Co., Va to Shelby Co., Ky - parents of 10 children


Lucy Grubbs

see notes of father


Forrest Daniel Hancock

Listed as a children in "The Hancock Family"
Karen's files: sources Missouri Pioneers, Vol I; Writings of Frank Dickson, May
1975.

Unable to determine more on his wife/children
1799 - possibly joined Daniel Boone at Limestone, 85 miles south of Boone
Residence near Big Sandy Creek.

Resided: to Boonesboro by his parents with Daniel Boone and party. From
Kentucky to MO 1799 with small son
Ascended the Missouri River to the Yellowstone with Joseph Dickson 1804-1807.
Followed Lewis and Clark and later a member of that expedition, John Colter,
joined them. Joseph D. Dickson spent the winter of 1806 in the Yellowstone
River basin alone while Hancock and Colter returned to the Mandan villages near
present day Bismark, N. Dak. They returned, Hancock in June and Colter in Jul
1807. Forrest Hancock farmed 400 acres of land in Boones settlement at La
Charette (Femme Osage township.) His farm was listed as delinquent in taxes in
1817 and Forrest's name does not appear in St. Charles census records of 1817
or 1819. Listed as land owner St. Charles District 1809. William Hancock
taxed for land 1817 which was originally claimed by Forrest Hancock, 400 acres.
Listed on 1795 Madison County Tax List
!Listed as a children in "The Hancock Family"
Karen's files: sources Missouri Pioneers, Vol I; Writings of Frank Dickson, May
1975.

Unable to determine more on his wife/children
Resided: to Boonesboro by his parents with Daniel Boone and party. From
Kentucky to MO 1799 with small son
Ascended the Missouri River to the Yellowstone with Joseph Dickson 1804-1807.
Followed Lewis and Clark and later a member of that expedition, John Colter,
joined them. Joseph D. Dickson spent the winter of 1806 in the Yellowstone
River basin alone while Hancock and Colter returned to the Mandan villages near
present day Bismark, N. Dak. They returned, Hancock in June and Colter in Jul
1807. Forrest Hancock farmed 400 acres of land in Boones settlement at La
Charette (Femme Osage township.) His farm was listed as delinquent in taxes in
1817 and Forrest's name does not appear in St. Charles census records of 1817
or 1819. Listed as land owner St. Charles District 1809. William Hancock
taxed for land 1817 which was originally claimed by Forrest Hancock, 400 acres.
Listed on 1795 Madison County Tax List


Emily Boone

Kamper, p. 2-06 speculation that Forrest Hancock married daughter of Jacob
Boone, cousin to Daniel, who lived at Limestone, Ky


Child Hancock

Kamper, p. 2-06 speculation that Forrest Hancock married daughter of Jacob
Boone, cousin to Daniel, who lived at Limestone, Ky


Forrest Daniel Hancock

Listed as a children in "The Hancock Family"
Karen's files: sources Missouri Pioneers, Vol I; Writings of Frank Dickson, May
1975.

Unable to determine more on his wife/children
1799 - possibly joined Daniel Boone at Limestone, 85 miles south of Boone
Residence near Big Sandy Creek.

Resided: to Boonesboro by his parents with Daniel Boone and party. From
Kentucky to MO 1799 with small son
Ascended the Missouri River to the Yellowstone with Joseph Dickson 1804-1807.
Followed Lewis and Clark and later a member of that expedition, John Colter,
joined them. Joseph D. Dickson spent the winter of 1806 in the Yellowstone
River basin alone while Hancock and Colter returned to the Mandan villages near
present day Bismark, N. Dak. They returned, Hancock in June and Colter in Jul
1807. Forrest Hancock farmed 400 acres of land in Boones settlement at La
Charette (Femme Osage township.) His farm was listed as delinquent in taxes in
1817 and Forrest's name does not appear in St. Charles census records of 1817
or 1819. Listed as land owner St. Charles District 1809. William Hancock
taxed for land 1817 which was originally claimed by Forrest Hancock, 400 acres.
Listed on 1795 Madison County Tax List
!Listed as a children in "The Hancock Family"
Karen's files: sources Missouri Pioneers, Vol I; Writings of Frank Dickson, May
1975.

Unable to determine more on his wife/children
Resided: to Boonesboro by his parents with Daniel Boone and party. From
Kentucky to MO 1799 with small son
Ascended the Missouri River to the Yellowstone with Joseph Dickson 1804-1807.
Followed Lewis and Clark and later a member of that expedition, John Colter,
joined them. Joseph D. Dickson spent the winter of 1806 in the Yellowstone
River basin alone while Hancock and Colter returned to the Mandan villages near
present day Bismark, N. Dak. They returned, Hancock in June and Colter in Jul
1807. Forrest Hancock farmed 400 acres of land in Boones settlement at La
Charette (Femme Osage township.) His farm was listed as delinquent in taxes in
1817 and Forrest's name does not appear in St. Charles census records of 1817
or 1819. Listed as land owner St. Charles District 1809. William Hancock
taxed for land 1817 which was originally claimed by Forrest Hancock, 400 acres.
Listed on 1795 Madison County Tax List


Fleming

Hancock Brothers from Virginia, Forest married a widow Fleming and took young
David Fleming, orphan to the Mandan Village when he was about 10 years old as
there was no one to take care of him.
Could this have been a widowed daughter-in-law of one Patrick Fleming of
Washington County


Robert Moore

Court Rec: Warren County, Joshua Barton witness for Robert Moore.
28 Feb 1808 Will of Robert Moore, Warren County, Ky lists children
William , Nathan, Warren, sons in laws - Frederick Fort, William
Shackleford, James Cole; Executors: Nathan Moore, William Shackleford, James
Cole; Witness: James Refro, Joshua Barton, William Collins; full probate May
1810.


Mary "Mollie" Grubbs

see notes of father


William Moore

see notes for father


Warren Moore

see notes for father


Reuben Moore

Notes of Mr. Crammar
Note listed in fathers will, could have died before father.


Levi Moore

See notes of father


Julius Mallinckrodt

children mentioned in Micajah's estate papers.


Mary Ann McClenney

1852 - listed as Mary Ann Allen.
IGI listings: Sarah McClenney md Joseph Allen 4 Dec 1834 St. Charles
and Sarah Allen md Johnethan Jones 9 May 1843 St. Charles. Probate records of
Micajah mention a John B. Allen. More research required.


Mary Ann McClenney

1852 - listed as Mary Ann Allen.
IGI listings: Sarah McClenney md Joseph Allen 4 Dec 1834 St. Charles
and Sarah Allen md Johnethan Jones 9 May 1843 St. Charles. Probate records of
Micajah mention a John B. Allen. More research required.