NICHOLAS CO, KY (made in 1800 from Bourbon, Mason)

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1850 NICHOLAS CO, KY CENSUS=

JOHN SELLERS 39 KY, carpenter, PAGE 480
CHARLOTTE 33 KY
ROBINSON E.L. 14 KY
NANCY E. 13 KY
AMANDA M. 6 KY
REBECCA 2 KY

MATILDA PEEPLES 57 KY
FRANKLIN 31 ky
 

PATRICK BRADY 76 VA
ASA 66f VA

AUSTIN BOAZ/ 52 VA
POLLY 48 VA

REUBEN WEAVER 37 KY
CYNTHIA 40 KY
NANCY J. 12 KY
CORNELUS H. 3 KY

WM MANN 44 KY
RACHEL 43 KY

ISRAEL W. ZILER 30 KY, PAGE 435
ELIZ 27 KY
ORRAL K. 1m KY
SARAH JANE HUMBLE 6 KY
 

NATHAN WELLS 59 KY
JANE 58 VA
and kids KY

SAMUEL WILSON 40 KY, PAGE 481
ELIZABETH 40 KY
THOMAS 16 KY
SAMUEL 12 KY
W.H. 10 KY
MINERVA M. 8 KY
NANCY E. 3 KY
MICHAEL C 1 KY

JANE MCDANIEL 80 PA, PAGE 477
SYTHEA 40 KY
JAMES MCQUOWN 9 KY

next = SARAH WILLIAMS 56 VA
ROBERT 21 KY
RACHEL 18 KY
DAVID 16 KY

next = THORNTON FRYER 33 KY
MARY 27 KY

MARY  MCDANIEL, 69 PA, PAGE 485
PRUDENCE 42 KY
ARTIMESA G/P? 11 KY

BENNETT MADDOX 89 VA
LIBBY 63 VA
CHARITY 25 KY
BETEY 7 KY

THOMAS VAUGHN 51 VA, PAGE 482
ELIZ 50 KY
NOAH 14 KY
JAMES 25 KY
JOHN H. 11 KY
IDA ANN 9 KY
THOMAS 13 KY
SAMUEL 4 KY

ANDREW VAUGH 26 KY PAGE 482
REBECCA 26 KY

THOMAS VAUGHN  28 KY, PAGE 481
ELIZ 22 KY
NO kids

HANNAH VAUGHN, PAGE 453

LOUISA VAUGHN, PAGE 462 


        From:
             HJZM01A@prodigy.com ( SHERRY MAZZETTI)
        Afraid I have some bad news for Monte and me.  The Mary McDaniel
that he found in
1850 census of Nicholas Co KY is NOT Mary Sellers, widow of John
McDaniel.  Rece'd this info
from Sherry Howard of the Nicholas Co KY Gen Soc with list of this
Mary's family.  Think her
husband could be one of our McDaniel's since descendants married
Feeback (Monte's line has
them), there was a William McDaniel in Bracken Co for a time
(1799/1800).
     This Mary was Mary Gonce aka Gaunce aka Gauntz, daughter of
Nicholas and brother to
George Gaunce who m. 1st Rachel Johnson and 2nd Sarah Martin.
     Mary Gonce b. 1770 married 1797 Bourbon Co KY William McDanial b.
 1770
Children:
1.  Elizabeth McDanial m. Zachariah Runi Ritchie Jan. 22, 1815 (and
the next generation list is for
     this family.  One son married a Snapp--also Monte's line
2.  Prudence McDanial never married but had dau Artemcia who m.
Wilford Fryman
3.  Lucinda McDanial married John Baker
4.  Rebecca McDanial married John H. Hollar in 1836
5.  Sarah McDanial married Razor
6.  Ann McDanial married Edwin P. Nix in 1845
7.  Rachel McDanial married John Feeback in 1829
8.  Mary McDaniel married Eligah Feeback in 1846
9.  James McDaniel married Sarah Morris in 1839
     I believe that Mary Gaunce's age on the census does not match
with 1770--more like
1780.  This also means that Mary Sellers assumed birthdate of 1781
and birthplace of Pennslvania
is now uncertain.



FROM JAMES

Nicholas County SS - Personally appeared before me one of the Justices of the Peace in and for Nicholas County and State of Kentucky, John Finley, late a Captain in the 8th Pennsylvania Regiment, Continental Establishment commanded by Col Daniel Brodhead and being duly sworn deposeth and saith;  that Samuel Sellers late a soldier in said deponents company, served under him, on the expedition commanded by General McIntosh in 1778 to Tuskarawas, and that said Sellers, continued in Fort Laurence, (which we built), until the Fort was evacuated in the year 1779, that he came to Fort Pitt and at the expiration of the time he was enlisted for, was discharged by Col Brodhead.
                                John Finley, 15th day of July 1822.

        I, William Wood of Harrison County and State of Kentucky - Do hereby Certify that Samual Sellars now of Grant County and State of Kentucky formerly of Cumberland County State of Pensylvania did inlist at Shippensburgh Pensylvania in the year 1778 under Capt Isaac Miller for one year that he served one year in the Revolutionary War in the 8th Pensylvania Regiment Commanded by Col Broadhead and that he served his time honourably and received a discharge from under Col Broadhead which he has seen and read.
                                William Wood,  March 13, 1823.

        Nicholas County SS - Personally appeared before me one of the Justices of the Peace in and for said county:  John Finley, late a Capt in the 8th Penna Regt Commanded by Colonel Daniel Broadhead who previously sworn deposeth and saith that the present applicant Samuel Sellers was a soldier in the Revolutionary war - that in the year 1778 Sellars marched in his company to Fort Laurence and continued there until 1779 and came to Fort Pitt with the troops that were left there by Gen McIntosh and continued there until his term of his enlistment expired and was Discharged at Fort Pitt by Col Broadhead.
                                        John Finley, July 17, 1823.
Source: National Archives, Pension S37371