JOHN THIXTON was born 1740 in Virginia, and died 1808 in Bullit County, Kentucky. He married MARY.
Notes for JOHN THIXTON: Will of John Thixton
January 4, 1800 Bullit County Will Book A p. 42
In the name of God Amen, I John Thickston of the County of Bullit and State of Kentucky being weak in body but of a sound and perfect mind and memory blessed be almighty God for the same do make and publish this my Last Will and Testament in manner and form following that is to say, I give and bequeath unto my beloved wife Mary Thickston all my personal estate of evering kind during her natural life and after her death what ever of my Estate remains to be equally divided between my eight children, William Thickston, Rebecca (Roe - Rice - Rose?????) Sarah Parks, Abraham Thickston, John Thickston, Elizabeth Bass, Mary Hall, Joseph Thickston my bodily heirs. In Testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and Seal this Twenty four day of January 1800. signed John Thickston
In the presence of James Holsclaw Joseph Pancake Recorded Bullitt Cou Kentucky, Court 10, April 1807
January 16, 1813 Bullitt County Deed Book C p 95
Know all men by these presents that we William Thickston and Joseph Thickston and Mattahew Bass and William Hall of the County of Bullitt and State of Kentucky who are the heirs of Mary Thickston, deceased, she leaving mo person to settler her business and collect money due her we have made constituted and appointed and by these presents do make ordain, constitute and appoint our trusty friend Martin Gentry of the county and state aforesaid our true and lawful attorney in our name to settle all debts and collect all money due and sell the property of the said Mary Thickston deceased we do whereby put all power in our attorney to act for us in collecting of debts, paying all the legatees and give each one their portion of the setate of Mary Thickston deceased given under our hands and fix our seals this 16 January 1813'
signed William Thickston Joseph Thickston William Bass William Hall
in the presence of Clifton Hall Charles Hall Samuel Gentry Lewis ______
More About JOHN THIXTON: Appraisal 1: July 03, 1782, Jefferson County Kentucky Court Book 1, p 47. Inventory and appraisal of the estate of William Eakins dec'd made July 3 1782 by Philip Lute, John Thickston and Robert Gilmore for William Goodwin, administrator of estate. Total 96 pounds 13 shillings.. Appraisal 2: July 07, 1782, Jefferson County Kentucky Court Book 1, p 48. Inventory and appraisal of the estate of William Spangler dec'd taken by James Sturgus, James Quartermous and John Thixton for Margaret Spangler, admistratrix. Total 241 pounds, 3 shillings.. Voted: April 02, 1782, Jefferson County Kentucky Court Order Book 1 pg 33. John cast vote for John May for Virginia Assembly also Vote for Isaac Morrison (presumably John Sr and John Jr both voted).