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Descendants of Thomas Caudill


11. BENJAMIN5 CAUDILL (JAMES4, STEPHEN3, JAMES2, THOMAS1) was born 1755 in Wilkes County, North Carolina. He married SARAH HUMPHRIES. She was born Abt. 1760, and died Aft. 1850.

Notes for B
ENJAMIN CAUDILL:
http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/h/o/w/Debra-L-Howard/BOOK-0001/0006-0003.html
. BENJAMIN3 CAUDILL (JAMES2, STEPHEN1) was born 175521. He married SARAH (POSSIBLE SPOUSE) HUMPHRIES. She was born Abt. 176022, and died Aft. 185022.

Children of BENJAMIN CAUDILL and SARAH HUMPHRIES are:
21. i. ELIZABETH4 CAUDILL, b. June 02, 1797, Georgia.
ii. STEPHEN CAUDILL, m. ELIZABETH.
iii. DAVID CAUDILL.


     
Children of B
ENJAMIN CAUDILL and SARAH HUMPHRIES are:
31. i.   ELIZABETH6 CAUDILL, b. June 02, 1797, Georgia.
  ii.   STEPHEN CAUDILL, m. ELIZABETH.
  iii.   DAVID CAUDILL.


12. MATTHEW5 CAUDILL (JAMES4, STEPHEN3, JAMES2, THOMAS1) was born 1760 in Lunenburg County, Virginia, and died 1837 in Perry County, Kentucky. He married SARAH WEBB, daughter of JAMES WEBB and ELIZABETH NELSON. She was born November 08, 1778 in North Carolina, and died Bef. 1873 in Kentucky.

Notes for M
ATTHEW CAUDILL:
http://tpettit.best.vwh.net/family/pettit/FG03/FG03_217.htm
Matthew Caudill Sr.
Birth abt 1766, Lunenburg Co., Virginia
Death abt 1825, Letcher Co., Kentucky
Father James Caudill Sr. (~1720-)
Mother Mary Yarborough (1731-)

Spouse Sarah Webb
Birth 8 Nov 1778, Wilkes Co., North Carolina
Father James Webb (1737-1825)
Mother Lettie Nelson

Children
1 M Samuel ("Sammie") Caudill
Birth 24 Sep 1804, Wise Co., Virginia
Death 13 Aug 1883, Rowan Co., Kentucky

Spouse Sarah Maggard

2 M Richard Isom Caudill

http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~burchett/i/sambkchap3.html
Matthew Caudill, b 1760 in Virginia, d in Letcher Co., Kentucky, m Sarah Webb, b Nov. 8, 1778 in N.C. He migrated from Va. to Wilkes Co., N.C. Later he and Sarah moved to S.C. where their first son, Stephen, was born Feb. 7, 1794. Matthew was my great great grandfather. He was a son of Rev. James Caudill Sr. James was [living person’s] great great great great grandfather.
Matthew and his brother, James Jr., a Revolutionary War veteran, came to Letcher Co., Ky. between 1805 and 1810. Matthew’s descendants migrated North into Rowan, Magoffin, Pike, Floyd and Johnson Counties. Abel Caudill of Rowan County, grandson of Matthew, helped establish the People’s Bank of Morehead, Ky. In 1906. Abel had six sons: David, Cornelius, Samuel, Joseph, Daniel, and George. There were all bankers, lawyers, doctors, and business men. Our family lineage is from Stephen of 1680 who came from Scotland, to James Sr, 1720, to Mathew of 1760, to Stephen of 1794, to John of 1815, to Winston b 1847, to all of you who are descendants of Winston and Martha Ann (Chandler) Caudill, and Winston and Sarah Elizabeth (May) (Caine) Caudill.
When Matthew and family moved to Ky. They settled on Millstone Creek near Beaver Creek. They raised four children.
[Researchers have since found there were an additional eight children, which I have listed at the bottom of this page.]

I. MATTHEW CAUDILL and SARAH WEBB CAUDILL
Children:
1. Stephen Caudill, b Feb. 7, 1794 in South Carolina, m Sarah Younts (Yonts), b Mar. 18, 1796, daughter of William Younts of Letcher Co., Ky. Stephen was my great grandfather. [text about living person removed] Stephen and Sarah had 6 children. For more information, see Chapter 4.
[The correct spelling of Sarah's last name is Yonts, an americanization of the Dutch surname JANS.]
2. Sarah Caudill, b 1795, in S.C., m William "Bucky" Tackett from Knox Co. A large part of their descendants is now scattered along the Big Sandy and Licking Rivers.
3. Abner Caudill, b 1797, m Elenor ? in S.C. The following court records show some of Abner’s dealings in real-estate:
Floyd County. Ky. Order Book No. 2 Page 271 1871 Abner Caudill appointed surveyor of road from head of Beaver to the Gap of Millstone.
Perry Co., Ky. Deed Book A - Page 253 - Mar. 13, 1825. Patrick Johnson to Abner Caudill 125 acres for $300, located on Rockhouse Fork of the Kentucky River.
Perry Co., Ky Deed Book A - Page 261 - Nov. 22, 1827 Robert S. Brashears to Abner Caudill, 50 acres for $20, on the Indian Branch of the Rockhouse Fork of the North Fork of the Kentucky River.
Perry Co., Ky Deed Book A - Page 426 - July 24, 1830 James Hall to Abner Caudill 50 acres for $100, on the Rockhouse Fork of the North Fork of the Kentucky River.
Perry Co., Ky. Deed Book B - Page 44 May 3, 1834 Abner Caudill to William Hall 75 acres for $300, a part of two surveys in the name of Patrick Johnson, on the Rockhouse Fork of the Ky. River.
Perry Co., Ky Deed Book B - Page 180 - Aug. 29, 1838 Abner Caudill and Elenor Caudill, his wife, of Floyd Co., Ky. to John Hargis of Pike Co., Ky. 125 acres for $300 on the Rockhouse Fork of Ky. River.
4. Jenny Caudill, b 1799, in Wilkes Co., N.C. Jenny was the 4th and last child of my great, great, grandparents, Matthew and Sarah Webb Caudill. We have no more information about Jenny. [Jenny m. 15 Dec 1816 Thomas Caudill.]


[Additions: 5. Mary Caudill b. 27 July 1801, Wilkes Co., NC, m Richard Collier 30 Aug.1832, Pike Co., KY.
6. Samuel Caudill b. 24 Sept 1804 Wilkes Co NC, m Sarah Maggard 30 March 1825, Pike Co., KY.
7. Rachel Caudill b. 1806, m Peter Crace, 1830.
8. Richard Isom Caudill b. 1810 Wilkes Co., NC, m Nancy Phillips 13 Feb.1833.
9. Matthew Caudill b. 1812, m Terry Caudill 16 Apr 1829.
10. Elizabeth Caudill b. 1816, Wilkes Co., NC, m Syvester Hampton 1844.
11. Abel Caudill b.1817 Wilkes Co., NC m Mary Polly Crace or Crouse1842, Letcher Co., KY.
12. Susanne Caudill b.1820 Wilkes Co NC. m Joseph Hampton 1837 ]

http://www.rosegenealogy.com/CAUDILLGENEALOGY.htm
Stephen Caudill
...............Born 1680/1690 in Scotland, Great Britain d. 1759 in Lunenburg Co., VA
...............Burial Brunswick Co., VA
...............Wife: Mary Elizabeth Fields

http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/w/r/e/Nanalee-C-Wrenn/GENE4-0001.html
The Caudill/Caudle name is also on the Mulengeon surname list as is the Adams surname. I have not learned, at what point in time, this came about. MELUNGEON is a name given to a group of TRI-RACIAL people, located primarily in the mountains of KY,TN,VA & NC. There is presently research being conducted to determine the WHO/WHERE/WHEN, etc. of these MELUNGEON people.

http://www.mindspring.com/~rob.hahn/CAUDILLcabin/earlyhistory.htm
He appears on the Lunemburg County Tax list for 1752 with
son James, paying two tithes. Tithables are men who are
elgible for military service.
Little is known about his wife other than her name was Mary

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mytree/snames1.html
.Matthew Caudill ,SR. (James2, Stephen1) was born 1760 in Lunenburgh Co., Va., and died 1837 in Letcher Co., KY/Perry Co., Ky. He married Sarah Webb, daughter of James Webb and Lettie Nelson. She was born November 8, 1778
Children of Matthew Caudill and Sarah Webb are:
i. Stephen4 Caudill, b. February 7, 1794, SC; m. (1) Sara Yonts, June 1814, Floyd Co., KY; b. March 13, 1796, Letcher Co., KY; m. (2) Elizabeth Casebolt May 1, 1828; b. Scott Co. VA; d. January 7, 1857, Lawrence Co KY.

http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~burchett/i/sambkchap3.html
CHAPTER 3
Matthew Caudill
Matthew Caudill, b 1760 in Virginia, d in Letcher Co., Kentucky, m Sarah Webb, b Nov. 8, 1778 in N.C. He migrated from Va. to Wilkes Co., N.C. Later he and Sarah moved to S.C. where their first son, Stephen, was born Feb. 7, 1794. Matthew was my great great grandfather. He was a son of Rev. James Caudill Sr. James was [living person’s] great great great great grandfather.
Matthew and his brother, James Jr., a Revolutionary War veteran, came to Letcher Co., Ky. between 1805 and 1810. Matthew’s descendants migrated North into Rowan, Magoffin, Pike, Floyd and Johnson Counties. Abel Caudill of Rowan County, grandson of Matthew, helped establish the People’s Bank of Morehead, Ky. In 1906. Abel had six sons: David, Cornelius, Samuel, Joseph, Daniel, and George. There were all bankers, lawyers, doctors, and business men. Our family lineage is from Stephen of 1680 who came from Scotland, to James Sr, 1720, to Mathew of 1760, to Stephen of 1794, to John of 1815, to Winston b 1847, to all of you who are descendants of Winston and Martha Ann (Chandler) Caudill, and Winston and Sarah Elizabeth (May) (Caine) Caudill.
When Matthew and family moved to Ky. They settled on Millstone Creek near Beaver Creek. They raised four children.
[Researchers have since found there were an additional eight children, which I have listed at the bottom of this page.]

I. MATTHEW CAUDILL and SARAH WEBB CAUDILL
Children:
1. Stephen Caudill, b Feb. 7, 1794 in South Carolina, m Sarah Younts (Yonts), b Mar. 18, 1796, daughter of William Younts of Letcher Co., Ky. Stephen was my great grandfather. [text about living person removed] Stephen and Sarah had 6 children. For more information, see Chapter 4.
[The correct spelling of Sarah's last name is Yonts, an americanization of the Dutch surname JANS.]
2. Sarah Caudill, b 1795, in S.C., m William "Bucky" Tackett from Knox Co. A large part of their descendants is now scattered along the Big Sandy and Licking Rivers.
3. Abner Caudill, b 1797, m Elenor ? in S.C. The following court records show some of Abner’s dealings in real-estate:
Floyd County. Ky. Order Book No. 2 Page 271 1871 Abner Caudill appointed surveyor of road from head of Beaver to the Gap of Millstone.
Perry Co., Ky. Deed Book A - Page 253 - Mar. 13, 1825. Patrick Johnson to Abner Caudill 125 acres for $300, located on Rockhouse Fork of the Kentucky River.
Perry Co., Ky Deed Book A - Page 261 - Nov. 22, 1827 Robert S. Brashears to Abner Caudill, 50 acres for $20, on the Indian Branch of the Rockhouse Fork of the North Fork of the Kentucky River.
Perry Co., Ky Deed Book A - Page 426 - July 24, 1830 James Hall to Abner Caudill 50 acres for $100, on the Rockhouse Fork of the North Fork of the Kentucky River.
Perry Co., Ky. Deed Book B - Page 44 May 3, 1834 Abner Caudill to William Hall 75 acres for $300, a part of two surveys in the name of Patrick Johnson, on the Rockhouse Fork of the Ky. River.
Perry Co., Ky Deed Book B - Page 180 - Aug. 29, 1838 Abner Caudill and Elenor Caudill, his wife, of Floyd Co., Ky. to John Hargis of Pike Co., Ky. 125 acres for $300 on the Rockhouse Fork of Ky. River.
4. Jenny Caudill, b 1799, in Wilkes Co., N.C. Jenny was the 4th and last child of my great, great, grandparents, Matthew and Sarah Webb Caudill. We have no more information about Jenny. [Jenny m. 15 Dec 1816 Thomas Caudill.]


[Additions: 5. Mary Caudill b. 27 July 1801, Wilkes Co., NC, m Richard Collier 30 Aug.1832, Pike Co., KY.
6. Samuel Caudill b. 24 Sept 1804 Wilkes Co NC, m Sarah Maggard 30 March 1825, Pike Co., KY.
7. Rachel Caudill b. 1806, m Peter Crace, 1830.
8. Richard Isom Caudill b. 1810 Wilkes Co., NC, m Nancy Phillips 13 Feb.1833.
9. Matthew Caudill b. 1812, m Terry Caudill 16 Apr 1829.
10. Elizabeth Caudill b. 1816, Wilkes Co., NC, m Syvester Hampton 1844.
11. Abel Caudill b.1817 Wilkes Co., NC m Mary Polly Crace or Crouse1842, Letcher Co., KY.
12. Susanne Caudill b.1820 Wilkes Co NC. m Joseph Hampton 1837 ]

http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/h/o/w/Debra-L-Howard/BOOK-0001/0006-0003.html
MATTHEW3 CAUDILL (JAMES2, STEPHEN1) was born Abt. 1766 in Lunenburg, VA28, and died Abt. 1837 in Perry County, Kentucky29. He married SARAH WEBB Abt. 179630, daughter of JAMES WEBB and LETTIE NELSON. She was born November 08, 1778 in North Carolina30.

Children of MATTHEW CAUDILL and SARAH WEBB are:
i. RACHEL4 CAUDILL, m. PETER CRACE.
39. ii. STEPHEN CAUDILL, b. February 07, 1794, South Carolina; d. January 01, 1857, Lawrence, Kentucky.
40. iii. ABNER CAUDILL, b. Abt. 1796, South Carolina.
41. iv. JANE "JENNY" CAUDILL, b. Abt. 1799, Wilkes County, North Carolina.
v. MARY CAUDILL, b. Abt. 1801, Wilkes County, North Carolina31; m. RICHARD COLLIER, May 30, 183131.
42. vi. SAMUEL CAUDILL, b. September 24, 1804, Wilkes County, North Carolina; d. August 13, 1883, Rowan County, Kentucky.
vii. RICHARD ISOM CAUDILL, b. Abt. 181031; m. NANCY PHILLIPS, February 15, 1813, Floyd County, Kentucky31.
43. viii. SARAH CAUDILL, b. Abt. 1813.
ix. ELIZABETH CAUDILL, b. Abt. 181631; m. SYLVESTER HAMPTON, Abt. 1844, Letcher County, Kentucky31; b. Abt. 182031.
44. x. ABEL CAUDILL, b. Abt. 1817; d. Abt. 1898.
45. xi. SUSANNAH CAUDILL, b. Abt. 1820.
46. xii. MATTHEW CAUDILL, JR., b. Abt. 1812, Kentucky.

http://www.caudill.org/Caudill%20Connections.htm

3 Matthew Caudill and Sarah Webb
4 Abel Caudill and Mary Ann "Polly" Crace
5 Mary Ann Caudill and Joseph Adams
6 Johnson Adams and Myrtle Cooper
7 (1)Ernest Bundy Adams and Eula Mae Penix
8 (1)Bob Adams

http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~burchett/i/sambkchap3.html
CHAPTER 3
Matthew Caudill
Matthew Caudill, b 1760 in Virginia, d in Letcher Co., Kentucky, m Sarah Webb, b Nov. 8, 1778 in N.C. He migrated from Va. to Wilkes Co., N.C. Later he and Sarah moved to S.C. where their first son, Stephen, was born Feb. 7, 1794. Matthew was my great great grandfather. He was a son of Rev. James Caudill Sr. James was [living person’s] great great great great grandfather.
Matthew and his brother, James Jr., a Revolutionary War veteran, came to Letcher Co., Ky. between 1805 and 1810. Matthew’s descendants migrated North into Rowan, Magoffin, Pike, Floyd and Johnson Counties. Abel Caudill of Rowan County, grandson of Matthew, helped establish the People’s Bank of Morehead, Ky. In 1906. Abel had six sons: David, Cornelius, Samuel, Joseph, Daniel, and George. There were all bankers, lawyers, doctors, and business men. Our family lineage is from Stephen of 1680 who came from Scotland, to James Sr, 1720, to Mathew of 1760, to Stephen of 1794, to John of 1815, to Winston b 1847, to all of you who are descendants of Winston and Martha Ann (Chandler) Caudill, and Winston and Sarah Elizabeth (May) (Caine) Caudill.
When Matthew and family moved to Ky. They settled on Millstone Creek near Beaver Creek. They raised four children.
[Researchers have since found there were an additional eight children, which I have listed at the bottom of this page.]

http://www.caudill.org/2MATTHEWt.txt
 CHAPTER 2

MATTHEW & SARAH (WEBB) CAUDILL

MATTHEW CAUDILL. son of James & Sarah (Yarbrough) Caudill, Sr. was born about 1760 in Lunenburg County, Virginia and died in Letcher County, KY. He married SARAH WEBB who was born 8 November 1788, in North Carolina. Later he and Sarah moved to Pendleton District, SC where their first child, Stephen and other children were born.

Prior to the Revolutionary War, the Pendleton District had been a part of the Cherokee Indian Nation. Because the Cherokee Indians decided with Great Britain during the Revoluationary War and were defeated, they lost this partial of land in the northwest corner of South Carolina which now contains the counties of Anderson, Oconee, and Pickens. This happened about 1789.

Matthew & Sarah must have gone to South Carolina with his brothers James. Jr, who was a Revoluationary War Veteran, and his brother Thomas Aaron. They returned to Wilkes County, NC for a while, then they migrated to what is now Letcher County, KY between 1805 and 1810. They settled on Millstone Creek in what is now Letcher
County.

His 100 acre farm in Wilkes County, NC was sold 12 December 1810 per Wilkes County Deed Book K, page 11. This farm was situated on the Brush (or Rush) Fork of the Roaring River. It was sold for $50.00 to Robert Johnson of Wilkes County. The indenture was witnessed by Stephen Caudill and Abner Caudill. For some reason the deed was not presented for recording until the January 1821 term of the Wilkes County Court, and not put to registry until the 19th day of June, 1821. The old John Adams line is listed as the North starting point and Stephen Caudill's line is on the South Side.

Mary (Webb) Caudill was the descendent of the Webb family which emigrated from England with the second colony of William Penn into Philadelphia in the late 1600's, and settled for a while in Virginia and North Carolina before settling in Kentucky.

She was the daughter of James and Lettie (Nelson) Webb, Sr. She was the Grand Daughter of John and Mary (Boone) Webb, Jr. Mary (Boone) Webb was a brother to Squire Boone and an Aunt of the famous Daniel Boone. This makes their descendants a cousin of Daniel Boone.

Census records show that the Webb, Bryan, and Boone families often moved into new settlements together.

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John Webb, Jr.'s father, John , Sr., is the ancestor who migrated to America from England. Sarah (Webb) Caudill's brother Benjamin Webb was part of the first settlement in Letcher County, KY, led by John Adams in 1804.

In the 1850 census of Letcher County, KY, Sarah was living with or next door to her son Abel. When the 1860 census of Letcher County, she was living with her daughter and son-in- law Elizabeth and Sylvester Hampton.

The 1837 deed settling Matthew's Estate is recorded in Perry County, KY records and shows that his farm was located at the mouth of Millstone Creek near Mayking, Letcher County, KY.


[1] CHILDREN OF MATTHEW & SARAH (WEBB) CAUDILL

[2] STEPHEN CAUDILL was born 7 February 1794 in South
Carolina. He married SARAH YOUNTS on 21 June 1814, in
Floyd County, KY. She was the daughter of William Younts
of Floyd County (Now Letcher County), KY and born 18
March, 1796. They made their home in the Left Beaver Creek
Section of Floyd County, KY near the Pike County Line.

Sarah must have died between 1825 and 1834. These are the
years between the birth of her youngest son, Reubin and his
second marriage.

Their children were: John Caudill; Jesse Franklin Caudill;
Matthew Caudill; William Caudill; James Calvin Caudill;
Reubin Caudill.

All of their sons except Jesse Franklin moved to Johnson
County, Ky and raised their families there. Jesse Franklin
settled in the section of Pike County, KY which was in the
area of the head of the Left Fork of Beaver Creek in Floyd
County, KY.

The descendants of these six sons of Stephen and Sarah
(Younts) Caudill will appear in another section.

Stephen Caudill had a second marriage in Pike County, KY
on 1 May 1834 to Elizabeth Casebolt, the daughter of Sabry
Terry Casebolt. She was born in Scott County, Va and died
in Lawrence County, KY on 7 January, 1857. There were no
children of this marriage.

[3] ABNER CAUDILL was born in 1797, in South Carolina. He
married ELLENDER "NELLE" JOHNSON, the daughter of Patrick
and Deliah Johnson, on 3 December 1814. He settled in
Floyd County, KY, probably in the Left Beaver Creek Area.

01/15/97
Known children were: Jane Caudill; Abijah Caudill; Sarah
Caudill; Alfred Caudill; Delilia Caudill; Lucinda Caudill;
Elizabeth Caudill; Abner Caudill.

[4] JANE "JENNY" CAUDILL was born in 1799 in Wilkes County,
NC. She married THOMAS CAUDILL, son of Thomas Aaron and
Mary Caudill on 12 December 1816. She and Tom moved to
Johnson County, KY and raised their family there in the
Riceville area of Johnson County.

[5] MARY CAUDILL was born in 1801 in Wilkes County, NC and
died in Letcher County, KY. She is buried at the mouth of
Long Fork, Hartley, Pike County, KY. On 30 August 1832, in
Pike County,KY. She married RICHARD COLLIER who was born 9
May 1789 in VA. He died on 3 August 1871 on Millstone
Creek, Letcher County, KY and is buried on the Left Fork of
Millstone Creek in present day Letcher County, KY.

[6] SAMUEL CAUDILL was born 24 Septmber 1804 in Wilkes
County, NC. He died 13 August 1883. He married SARAH MAGGARD
in Perry County on 31 March 1825. Sarah was born 9 November
1809 in KY. They are buried on the old farm near Morehead,
Rowan County, KY.

This family lived in the Cumberland Valley in Letcher
County, KY, then for a while in Knott County, KY, and
shortly before the Civil War they moved to Rowan County, KY
where they spent the rest of their lives.

It is their descndents who started and still operate the
Peoples Bank in Morehead, KY and are very prominent is Rowan
County, KY..

[7] RACHEL CAUDILL married Peter Crace.

[8] RICHARD ISON CAUDILL was born in 1819 and married Nancy
Phillips.

[9] MATTHEW CAUDILL, JR. married Terry Caudill the daughter
of Henry and Phoebe (Strother) Caudill. They are First
Cousin - One Generation Removed.

[10] SARAH CAUDILL was born in 1795 in Kentucky. She married
WILLIAM "BUCK" TACKETT, from Knox County, KY, in
July, 1814 in Pike County, KY. They had three children:
Elizabeth Tackett; Abel Tackett; George W. Tackett.

[11] ELIZABETH CAUDILL was born in 1816 in Kentucky, and
married Sylvester Hampton. Her mother Sarah Caudill was
living with them at the time of the 1860 census of Letcher
County, KY.



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[12] ABEL CAUDILL was born in 1817 in Kentucky and married
MARY "POLLY" CRACE. He settled in Magoffin County, KY. His
son Abel Harrison settled in Scioto County, OH. Several of
Grand Children and Great Grand Children still reside in
Scioto County, OH. Known children were: Sarah Caudill;
Pleasant Caudill; Samuel Caudill; Mary Ann Caudill; Celia
Caudill; Matthew J. Caudill; Mahala Caudill; Rhoda Caudill;
Henry J Caudill; Abel Harrison Caudill; Peter A Caudill;
John Quency Caudill.

[13] SUSANAH CAUDILL was born about 1820 and married JOSEPH
HAMPTON. They settled in Rowan County, KY. They had the
following children: Matthew Hampton; Nelson Hampton.


Notes for S
ARAH WEBB:
http://home.columbus.rr.com/linjack/caudill_genealogy.htm
. MATHEW5 CAUDILL (JAMES4, STEPHEN3, JAMES2, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1760, and died Abt. 1850. He married SARAH WEBB, daughter of JAMES WEBB and LETTIE NELSON. She was born Abt. 1788, and died Abt. 1860.

Child of MATHEW CAUDILL and SARAH WEBB is:
6. i. ABEL6 CAUDILL, b. Abt. 1817, Letcher Co., Kentucky; d. Abt. 1898, Kentucky.
http://caudillreunion.org/caudillcabin/htm/caudillLine.htm
12. Matthew5 Caudill, Sr. (James4, Stephen James3, James2, Thomas1)30,31 was born Abt. 1766 in Lunenburg Co., VA31, and died Abt. 1837 in Letcher, Co., KY. He married Sarah Webb32,33 1793 in Wilkes Co., NC, daughter of James Webb and Elizabeth Nelson. She was born November 08, 1778 in NC, and died Abt. 1860 in Letcher, Co., KY.
     
Children of Matthew Caudill and Sarah Webb are:
+      54      i.      Stephen6 Caudill, born February 07, 1794 in SC; died January 07, 1857 in KY.
      55      ii.      Rachel Caudill33, born Abt. 1795. She married Peter Crace.

Notes for Peter Crace:
[SarahWebb.FTW]

NUMB: 184

More About Peter Crace:
Record Change: August 23, 1998

+      56      iii.      Abner Caudill, Sr., born Abt. 1796 in SC.
+      57      iv.      Mary Caudill, born July 27, 1801 in Wilkes Co., NC.
+      58      v.      Samuel Caudill, born September 24, 1804; died August 13, 1883.
      59      vi.      Richard Isom Caudill33, born Abt. 181033. He married Nancy Phillips February 15, 1843.

Notes for Nancy Phillips:
[SarahWebb.FTW]

NUMB: 186

More About Nancy Phillips:
Record Change: April 11, 1998

+      60      vii.      Matthew Caudill, Jr., born Abt. 1812.
+      61      viii.      Sarah Caudill, born July 05, 1813 in Perry Co., KY; died February 11, 1898 in Pike Co., KY.
+      62      ix.      Elizabeth Caudill, born Abt. 1816 in Lunenburg Co., VA.
+      63      x.      Abel Caudill, born Abt. 1817 in Letcher, Co., KY; died Abt. 1898 in Letcher, Co., KY.
+      64      xi.      Susannah Caudill, born Abt. 1820.



http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ky/johnson/vitals/births/b1855.txt
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mytree/snames1.html
3.Matthew Caudill ,SR. (James2, Stephen1) was born 1760 in Lunenburgh Co., Va., and died 1837 in Letcher Co., KY/Perry Co., Ky. He married Sarah Webb, daughter of James Webb and Lettie Nelson. She was born November 8, 1778

Children of Matthew Caudill and Sarah Webb are:

i. Stephen4 Caudill, b. February 7, 1794, SC; m. (1) Sara Yonts, June 1814, Floyd Co., KY; b. March 13, 1796, Letcher Co., KY; m. (2) Elizabeth Casebolt May 1, 1828; b. Scott Co. VA; d. January 7, 1857, Lawrence Co KY.


http://www.users.kih.net/~chrisfleming/FLEMING/f1078.htm
10 Jan 2003


Husband: Matthew Caudill, Sr.
Born: 1760 in Lunenburg Co., VA.
Died: in Letcher Co., KY.
Father: James Caudill, Sr.
Mother: Mary Yarbough


Wife: Sarah H. Webb
Married:
Born: 8 Nov 1778 in NC.
Died:
Father: James Webb, Sr.
Mother: Elizabeth Jane Nelson

F Child 1: Rachel Caudill
Born:
Died:
M Child 2: Stephen Caudill
Born: 7 Feb 1794 in SC.
Died:
M Child 3: Abner Caudill
Born: 1797 in South Carolina
Died:
Notes
F Child 4: Jane Caudill
Born: 1799 in Wilkes Co., NC.
Died:
F Child 5: Mary Caudill
Born: 27 Jul 1801 in Wilkes Co., NC.
Died: in Pike Co., KY.
M Child 6: Matthew Caudill, Jr.
Born: 1801 in Wilkes Co., NC.
Died:
M Child 7: Samuel Caudill
Born: 24 Sep 1804 in Wilkes Co., NC.
Died: 13 Aug 1883 in Rowan Co., KY.
M Child 8: Richard Isom Caudill
Born: 1810 in
Died:
F Child 9: Sarah Caudill
Born: 5 Jul 1813 in KY.
Died: 11 Feb 1898 in Long Fork, Pike Co., KY.
F Child 10: Elizabeth Caudill
Born: 1816 in
Died:
M Child 11: Abel Caudill
Born: 1817 in KY.
Died:
F Child 12: Susannah Caudill
Born: 1820 in
Died:
Name Index


http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~echo2/1204.htm
Webb, Sarah H.-[1204]
Born: November 8, 1778
Marriage: Caudill, Matthew Sr.-[2031]
Sarah married Matthew Sr. Caudill-[2031] [MRIN:820], son of James Sr. Caudill-[240] and Mary Yarbrough-[997]. (Matthew Sr. Caudill-[2031] was born in 1760 in Lunenburgh Co., VA and died in 1837 in Letcher Co., -Perry Co., KY.)



This is another line with Sarah Webb.................
http://demo.familytreeguide.com/getperson.php?personID=I20902&tree=Partridge
8 Nov 1778 Wilkes Co., Nc
Sex Female
Person ID I20902
Last Modified 16 Jun 2001
Father James Crittendon Webb, b. ABT 1739, Orange Co., Va
Mother Lettie Jane Nelson
Group Sheet F7398

http://www.caudill.org/2MATTHEWt.txt
 CHAPTER 2

[1] CHILDREN OF MATTHEW & SARAH (WEBB) CAUDILL

[2] STEPHEN CAUDILL was born 7 February 1794 in South Carolina. He married SARAH YOUNTS on 21 June 1814, in
Floyd County, KY. She was the daughter of William Younts of Floyd County (Now Letcher County), KY and born 18 March, 1796. They made their home in the Left Beaver Creek Section of Floyd County, KY near the Pike County Line. Sarah must have died between 1825 and 1834. These are the years between the birth of her youngest son, Reubin and his second marriage.
Their children were: John Caudill; Jesse Franklin Caudill; Matthew Caudill; William Caudill; James Calvin Caudill; Reubin Caudill.
All of their sons except Jesse Franklin moved to Johnson County, Ky and raised their families there. Jesse Franklin settled in the section of Pike County, KY which was in the area of the head of the Left Fork of Beaver Creek in Floyd County, KY. The descendants of these six sons of Stephen and Sarah (Younts) Caudill will appear in another section.
Stephen Caudill had a second marriage in Pike County, KY on 1 May 1834 to Elizabeth Casebolt, the daughter of Sabry Terry Casebolt. She was born in Scott County, Va and died in Lawrence County, KY on 7 January, 1857. There were no children of this marriage.

[3] ABNER CAUDILL was born in 1797, in South Carolina. He married ELLENDER "NELLE" JOHNSON, the daughter of Patrick
and Deliah Johnson, on 3 December 1814. He settled in Floyd County, KY, probably in the Left Beaver Creek Area.

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Known children were: Jane Caudill; Abijah Caudill; Sarah Caudill; Alfred Caudill; Delilia Caudill; Lucinda Caudill; Elizabeth Caudill; Abner Caudill.
[4] JANE "JENNY" CAUDILL was born in 1799 in Wilkes County, NC. She married THOMAS CAUDILL, son of Thomas Aaron and Mary Caudill on 12 December 1816. She and Tom moved to Johnson County, KY and raised their family there in the Riceville area of Johnson County.

[5] MARY CAUDILL was born in 1801 in Wilkes County, NC and died in Letcher County, KY. She is buried at the mouth of Long Fork, Hartley, Pike County, KY. On 30 August 1832, in Pike County,KY. She married RICHARD COLLIER who was born 9 May 1789 in VA. He died on 3 August 1871 on Millstone Creek, Letcher County, KY and is buried on the Left Fork of Millstone Creek in present day Letcher County, KY.

[6] SAMUEL CAUDILL was born 24 Septmber 1804 in Wilkes County, NC. He died 13 August 1883. He married SARAH MAGGARD
in Perry County on 31 March 1825. Sarah was born 9 November 1809 in KY. They are buried on the old farm near Morehead, Rowan County, KY. This family lived in the Cumberland Valley in Letcher County, KY, then for a while in Knott County, KY, and shortly before the Civil War they moved to Rowan County, KY. where they spent the rest of their lives. It is their descndents who started and still operate the Peoples Bank in Morehead, KY and are very prominent is Rowan County, KY..

[7] RACHEL CAUDILL married Peter Crace.

[8] RICHARD ISON CAUDILL was born in 1819 and married Nancy Phillips.

[9] MATTHEW CAUDILL, JR. married Terry Caudill the daughter of Henry and Phoebe (Strother) Caudill. They are First
Cousin - One Generation Removed.

[10] SARAH CAUDILL was born in 1795 in Kentucky. She married WILLIAM "BUCK" TACKETT, from Knox County, KY, in
July, 1814 in Pike County, KY. They had three children: Elizabeth Tackett; Abel Tackett; George W. Tackett.

[11] ELIZABETH CAUDILL was born in 1816 in Kentucky, and married Sylvester Hampton. Her mother Sarah Caudill was
living with them at the time of the 1860 census of Letcher County, KY.

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[12] ABEL CAUDILL was born in 1817 in Kentucky and married MARY "POLLY" CRACE. He settled in Magoffin County, KY. His
son Abel Harrison settled in Scioto County, OH. Several of Grand Children and Great Grand Children still reside in
Scioto County, OH. Known children were: Sarah Caudill; Pleasant Caudill; Samuel Caudill; Mary Ann Caudill; Celia
Caudill; Matthew J. Caudill; Mahala Caudill; Rhoda Caudill; Henry J Caudill; Abel Harrison Caudill; Peter A Caudill;
John Quency Caudill.

[13] SUSANAH CAUDILL was born about 1820 and married JOSEPH HAMPTON. They settled in Rowan County, KY. They had the
following children: Matthew Hampton; Nelson Hampton.


http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/message/an/localities.britisles.england.gls.general/846.2466
John Webb descendants
Author: Joseph Webb Date: 29 Apr 2001 12:00 PM GMT
Surnames: Webb
Classification: Query
In Reply to: JOHN WEBB born abt 1695 married in 1720 to MARY BOONE born 1699 by: Karen Webb

I believe I am also an eighth generation descendant of the John Webb who married Mary Boone. I have it their children included James Webb, b. 3-1-1736, Exeter Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania; George Webb, b. 9-3-1723, d. March 1814, sullivan Co. Tennessee; Benjamin Webb, b. 12-28-1732; Joseph Webb, b. 5-6-1735; and a sister, Sarah Webb, b. 10-17-1729. James Webb was in Rev. War, in North Carolina Line. He married Lettie Jane Nelson, and their children were Mary "Mollie" Webb; Sarah Webb; James F. Webb; and Benjamin Webb, b. abt 1785 in Wilkes Co., N. Carolina, d. 1867 Letcher County, Ky. Benjamin Webb was in War of 1812, also from N. Carolina. He married Jane Adams, and they had ten children: Pertaire (or Parthia) Webb; Enoch "Dutch" Webb; Lettishia Webb; Mary "Polly" Webb; Jason L. Webb; Sarah Webb; Wiley W. Webb; Daniel Webb; Nelson Webb; and Miles Mayo Webb. I have all this from Rootsweb and other web sources, and have no real documentation for much of it, but find it repeated several places. Wiley W. Webb came West, marrying Sarah Huston (somewhere) and settling in S. Illinois. He is mentioned prominently in a book called "The History of Wayne County" (Illinois). He helped found a town called New Massillon, and built a mill there in 1849. His son, Masten, my great grand-father, was in Civil War in 18th Illinois volunteers from 1861-64 (though roster lists him as "Martin"). His wife was Sarah Holmes. Their son, Warrick Wiley Webb, came out to Idaho, where my father, Delbert E. Webb, was born. He served in WWI. I am his eleventh child and seventh son. My oldest two brothers were in WWII, two more were in Korea, and another and myself in VietNam. I mention all these wars only because it seems ironic to me. We've been here so long and fought in so many Wars. Why aren't we wealthy? Many of the early connections I cite are rather tenuous, so if you can add or detract anything, I would appreciate it. I now have sons and grand-children, myself. So your husband may have a lot of distant cousins out here in the West. Best regards. Joseph Webb

http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/WEBB/2003-11/1069365087
From: GEEHICK@aol.com
Subject: [WEBB] James Webb and Elizabeth Nelson
Date: Thu, 20 Nov 2003 16:51:27 EST


My Great-Grandfather was WILLIAM WEBB b-Feb 18, 1849, Lawrence Co., KY. (who married Anna Kilby?, haven't proved as yet) s/o BENJAMIN WEBB b-1819 and RHODA BURCHETT b-1815. BENJAMIN WEBB s/o JAMES WEBB b-1787 and ELIZABETH PENNINGTON
b-1792. JAMES WEBB b-1787 s/o JAMES WEBB b-1737/38 and ELIZABETH JANENELSON. (which I am having trouble with)

Most researchers has them going back to John Webb and Mary Boone, but I am having trouble with that at this time.

According to Donald Woodford Webb, James was in the group that went with Squire Boone to North Carolina. He was only thirteen at the time. Weather then or later James went into North Carolina. From there he may have gone to Tennessee. He finally settled in what is now Letcher County Kentucky. It was earlier Floyd, then Harlan, then Perry County, before being separated as Letcher County in 1842. He served with George Washington, as his Aide de Camp at the Battle of White Plains (Now Brooklyn) where he was wounded and left for dead.

1. Source Info: FTM Vol? Ped 586; has birthdate as 3-4-1736/1737

2. Source Info: Newspaper article from The Letcher County Community Press, Thursday, September 9, 1976-page five; by the Pine Mountain Chapter, DAR.
a. Englishman, came to America before the Revolutionary War.
b. fought in the French and Indian War.
c. in the War for Independence (Revolutionary War) an Aide-de-Camp to General Washington at the Battle of White Plains. (Now Brooklyn) During this engagement he was shot ( October 28, 1775 ) through the body and left for dead; but fortunately for many of us Kentuckians he subsequently recovered.
James Webb apparently went with members of the Boone family to the Yadkin River section of NC while he was a young man. After marriage he moved to Lee Co, VA before traveling, probably through Pound Gap into the present Letcher County area. Here he took up land in 1819.

(Notice here that the writeup here states that he was shot during a engagement Oct. 28, 1775, and the James Webb in the next note entered the service in 1778)

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Notes for JAMES WEBB , SR.:
This family settled in NC along the Yadkin River. James was a Private in the NC Milita/Line during the American Revolutionary War per his pension papers, claim number S42062. He served in the Battle of Moore's Creek Bridge under Colonel CASWELL. He was drafted from the militia to fill the NC 10th Regiment, on July 20, 1778, at Spikes, Dobbs CO, NC, and was attached to Captain Gee BRADLEY's company at Petersburg, VA. They marched from there under Colonel HOGAN's Regiment of the 10th NC to West Plains, NY, to join General WASHINGTON but did not join the General until he was at West Point, NY. Most of the time he served as Fifer in said company and regiment. He was honorably discharged in May 1779 at Halifax. NC, as a Private. The family then moved into Lee CO, VA, before
finally settling in (Harlan CO), KY, in 1818. He took a land grant in 1819 and moved to Letcher, CO, KY. James built his log cabin home at Oven Fork located on the Poor Fork of The Cumberland River.

(I do not think that this James Webb is the one that came to Kentucky)

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March 1982, Mrs., Joy Gardner, 2702 South Locust, Visalia, CA 93277 has
furnished us with

James Webb's Revolution War Pension Papers - Number S 42062

Battle engaged in - Moore's Creek Bridge?
Residence of soldier at enlistment, enlisted in Dobbs Co., N. C.
Date of application for pension, April 28/18, 1819, ? ? ?
Residence at date of application, Cumberland Co., N. C.
Age at date of application, 68 years, died Dec 31, 1825.
Remarks,: Soldier refers to his wife in 1820, but no name stated. In
l821,children were:' Marida, 43 years old, Redding, 35 years old, Josiah, 27 years
old and Polly, 25 years old.

State of N. C. Johnson County
27 Sept. 1820
James Webb age about 69 years. A residence of said state and county. Who first being duly sworn according to law doth on his oath declares that he served in the revolutionary war, that he enlisted into regular service of the United States in April the year 1778 for nine months at Spikes in Dobb County in this state and served in Cap. C__ Bradley's company in Cap. Hogan's regiment in the tenth regiment, North Carolina Continental line and was regularly discharged in May 1779 at Halifax in this state, and that he was in no battle while in
the regular service, but while in the milita service he fought at the battle of Moors (sic) Creek under the Command of Col. Caswell and that he hath received a certificate of pension No. 15745 and I do solomonly swear that I was a resident citizen of the United States on the 18th day of March 1818, and that I have since that time by gift of sale or any mannor disposed of my property or any part thereof with interest thereby so to diminish it as to bring myself within provision of the act of congress, entitled an act to provide for certain persons engaged in the land and naval service of the United States in the revolutionary war passed on the 8th day of March 1818 and that I have not, nor has
any person in trust for me any property, money nor have or securities of any kind. I have income other than that contained in the schedule,.hereunto, annexed and by me subscribed which is one dutch oven and a broken skillet, one tin bason, one tin cup, six chunk bottles, one small jug and one tin funnel. I am a farmer by occupation and from bodily infermity am ill able to do anything at it. I have no family residing with me, but my wife which is about my age. I have a claim to a piece of land of thirty eight acres, worth one dollar per
acre, for which I have brought a suit at law and which is now depending (sic).
Sworn to in open court.

/s/ James (x) Webb
I cannot make out the signature here.

The next document is dated 27 Sept. 1820
Johnson Co., N. C.

John Landers, Jr. Clerk of the superior Court just acknowledges that James Webb's property is only worth $4.00 and that the land sued for is of the value thirty eight dollars.

9 March 1821
James Webb age seventy years. About the same age one on the 27 Sept 1820, but I will quote anything different. James Webb has been a farmer and laboring man, now from old age and disability, unable to follow that occupations. He has no permanent home, but works about from house to house for his victuals. he has three sons named Marida, aged 43, Redding, aged 35, Josiah, aged 28?, all in indigent circumstances as to be unable to contribute to his support and one daughter named Polly, aged 25 years, who is in the like indigent circumstances and the said James Webb is a illiterate man and speaks altogether from memory having had the misfortune to loose his papers when his house burnt some years ago.

( I have some North Carolina Census, that I believe will show that this James (That the Pension Papers are for) and his children were still in N. C., when they say he was in KY.)

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The question is whether the James Webb of Revolutionary War fame who died in Letcher Co, KY. (Then Perry Co) In 1825 was really the son of John and Mary (Boone) Webb as listed in so many Webb lineage write-ups.

Here are some facts which seem to indicate there is a missing generation and/or raises the question as to what Webb Lineage is James a part.

1. James Webb born 4 Jan 1737/8, son of John and Mary (Boone) Webb m Mary Mathiews, dau of Robert Mathiews of Augusta Co., VA. Chalkley's CHRONICLES OF THE SCOTCH IRISH SETTLEMENT in VA l745-l8OO; Vol. 2,. page 81, lists the case of Mathews vs Warren. - 2 Aug 1803 - Among the parties listed "Robert Mathews; James Webb and Mary; his wife, late Mathews; Benjamin Webb and Rebecca, his
wife, late Mathews," Based on data Joy. has James and Benjamin were brothers and often brothers married sisters. ( I don't believe The James that married Mathews is from John and Mary ((Boone)) Webb)

1A. Found on internet that James and Mary were married in 1757.

2. Rev War records Indicate the James Webb who died in Letcher County was born ca 1751,.not, 1737/8.

3. The 1751 birth date is more in line with the dates of the births of the children of James and Lettie (Nelson) Webb as listed. This age gap further indicates the two James Webb's are not the same person and that we have a
generation gap.

4. The traditional story In the Webb family of Lawrence County per Joy Gardner and the one of the family of Letcher County*is that the original Webb of this family came from England at approximately age 12 as a stowaway. Based on the book QUAKER ARRIVALS AT PHILADELPHIA 1682-1750, by Myers, lists on page 27, quote "John Webb and family, of the City of Gloucester, England, from Quarterly Mtg of Co. of Gloucester, at Nailsworth, dated 6 Mo 27, 1700. Received 11 Mo 31, 1700" Another entry identical to this first except Nallsworth is
spelled Naylesworth and the received date is 12 Mo. 28, 1700 is for Richard Webb and his family. Traditional stories though often lacking in authenticity do often have facts which often prove to be correct, though highly questionable In the field of genealogy. * Per Pansy Webb, Washington, D. C.

Conclusion - Based on this question, data submitted, and a review of the ages of children of James Webb, there appears to be more research needed to confirm or alter the parentage and lineage of James Webb, who died in Letcher County in 1825.


All help will be appreciated

Following will be some census information on the James Webb of the Pension Papers (which I strongly believe), And some Census information on the James Webb who I strongly Believe to be the father of James Webb who married Elizabeth Pennington

     
Children of M
ATTHEW CAUDILL and SARAH WEBB are:
32. i.   STEPHEN6 CAUDILL, b. February 07, 1794, Wilkes County, North Carolina; d. 1850, Letcher County, Kentucky.
  ii.   RACHEL CAUDILL, b. Bef. 1818; d. Bef. 1901; m. PETER CRACE; b. Bef. 1816; d. Bef. 1895.
  Notes for RACHEL CAUDILL:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mytree/snames1.html
Rachel Caudill, b. Unknown; m. Pete Crace.


33. iii.   ABNER CAUDILL, b. 1797, South Carolina; d. Bef. 1888.
  iv.   JANE CAUDILL, b. 1799, Wilkes County, North Carolina; d. Bef. 1893; m. THOMAS CAUDILL, December 12, 1816, Floyd County, Kentucky; b. 1786, Wilkes County, North Carolina; d. Bef. 1888.
  Notes for JANE CAUDILL:
http://www.rootsweb.com/~kyjohnso/1860_19.htm
Johnson County, Kentucky
1860 Census Records
Thomas CAUDILL 68 M Farmer SC
Jane (CAUDLE) 61 F ( m 12 Dec 1816 Floyd Co Ky) NC
Mary J CAUDILL 17 F KY
Abner CAUDILL 11 M KY
Jane CAUDILL 5 F KY

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mytree/snames1.html
Jane Caudill, b. Abt. 1799, Wilkes Co., NC1; m. Thomas Caudill, December 12, 1816, Floyd Co., KY2; b. Abt. 1797, SC.

More About Jane Caudill:
Burial: on Millstone, Letcher Co. KY

Notes for Thomas Caudill:

per Floyd Co. County records to Thomas Caudill, b ca 1797, S.C. This couples first two children were born in Scott Co VA later in Magoffin county, KY.
More About Thomas Caudill:
Burial: on Millstone, Letcher Co. KY



  More About THOMAS CAUDILL and JANE CAUDILL:
Marriage: December 12, 1816, Floyd County, Kentucky

  v.   MARY CAUDILL, b. 1801, Wilkes County, North Carolina; d. Bef. 1896, Long Fork of Shelby Creek, Hartly, Pike Co. Kentucky; m. RICHARD COLLIER, August 30, 1832, Pike County, Kentucky; b. May 09, 1789, Virginia; d. August 03, 1871, Millstone, Letcher County, Kentucky.
  Notes for MARY CAUDILL:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mytree/snames1.html
Mary Caudill, b. Abt. 1801, Wilkes Co., NC3; d. Longfork/Hartley Pike Co., KY; m. Richard Collier, August 30, 1832; b. May 9, 1789, VA; d. August 3, 1871, Letcher Co., KY.
More About Mary Caudill:
Burial: Millstone Letcher Co., KY
More About Richard Collier:
Burial: on Millstone, Letcher Co. KY

http://www.users.kih.net/~chrisfleming/FLEMING/f2443.htm
10 Jan 2003


Husband: Richard Collier
Born: 9 May 1796 in VA.
Died: 30 Aug 1842 in
Father: Daniel Collier
Mother: Elizabeth Prater


Wife: Mary Caudill
Married: 30 Aug 1832 in Pike Co., KY.
Born: 27 Jul 1801 in Wilkes Co., NC.
Died: in Pike Co., KY.
Buried: in Millstone, Letcher Co., KY.
Father: Matthew Caudill, Sr.
Mother: Sarah H. Webb

M Child 1: Stephen Collier
Born: Oct 1834 in
Died:
M Child 2: William D. Collier
Born: 9 May 1835 in
Died: 16 Apr 1913 in
M Child 3: Samuel Peter Collier
Born: 9 Oct 1837 in
Died: 16 Sep 1927 in Letcher County, KY.
F Child 4: Sarah Collier
Born: 1839 in
Died:
F Child 5: Elizabeth Collier
Born:
Died:


  More About RICHARD COLLIER and MARY CAUDILL:
Marriage: August 30, 1832, Pike County, Kentucky

  vi.   MATTHEW CAUDILL, b. 1801, Wilkes County, North Carolina; d. Bef. 1892; m. TERRY CAUDILL; b. 1812, Letcher County, Kentucky; d. Bef. 1906.
  Notes for MATTHEW CAUDILL:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mytree/snames1.html
Matthew Caudill, Jr., b. 1801, Wilkes Co., NC. m.Terry Caudill; b. Abt. 1812, Letcher Co., KY.

http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec?htx=message&r=rw&p=surnames.caudill&m=1.6.44
Mathew and Terry Caudill
Author: Deborah Date: 2 Mar 2000 2:43 PM GMT
In Reply to: Abigail Caudill by: Rich Hall

I am also a decendant of Mathew and Terry Caudill threw his son William who had a daughter Nancy who married John Hall of Missouri. My family information is pretty limited with dates and such. Would love to share on this family . Have a lot of info from William on down but not that much on his ancesters. If you would please email me .



http://www.rootsweb.com/~kyletch/census/1860/733.htm
4 422 422 Caudill Mathew 49 M Farm Laborer 150 KY
5 422 422 Caudill Tary 47 F KY X
6 422 422 Caudill Sarah 17 F KY
7 422 422 Caudill Susanah 15 F KY
8 422 422 Caudill William 11 M KY
9 422 422 Caudill Nancy 10 F KY
10 422 422 Caudill Isom 6 M KY
11 422 422 Caudill Abagal 3 F KY
12 422 422 Caudill Benjamon 9 M KY
13 423 423 Caudill Henry 29 M F 300 130 KY X
14 423 423 Caudill Sarah 25 F KY X
15 423 423 Caudill Levi 6 M KY
16 423 423 Caudill Ester 3 F KY
17 423 423 Caudill Tary 1 F KY

http://ftp.us-census.org/pub/usgenweb/census/ky/letcher/1850/
http://ftp.us-census.org/pub/usgenweb/census/ky/letcher/1860/



34. vii.   SAMUEL CAUDILL, b. September 24, 1804, Wilkes County, North Carolina; d. August 13, 1883, Rowan County, Kentucky.
  viii.   RICHARD ISOM CAUDILL, b. 1810; d. Bef. 1900.
  Notes for RICHARD ISOM CAUDILL:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mytree/snames1.html
Richard Isom Caudill, b. Abt. 1810


35. ix.   SARAH CAUDILL, b. July 05, 1813, Perry County,Kentucky; d. February 11, 1898, Tackett, Pike County, Kentucky.
36. x.   ELIZABETH CAUDILL, b. 1816; d. Bef. 1910.
37. xi.   ABEL CAUDILL, b. 1817, Kentucky; d. Bef. 1908.
38. xii.   SUSANNAH CAUDILL, b. 1820; d. Bef. 1914.


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