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Would like to exchange information with anyone researching Jessamine Co., Ky. I would like to dedicate this research page to Emalene Rohrer. She was a great Jessamine Co., Ky. lady. We will miss you Miss Emma.

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Joe Pelman, "The Prince of Ethiopia" Nicholasville, Jessamine County, KY

http://www.africanaheritage.com/_Ancestor_Story_.asp?AncestorID=84

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Fain Family 18 Replies

Started by Nancy House Perry. Last reply by Nancy House Perry Jul 13, 2017.

Cobb Family Jessamine Co., Ky. 28 Replies

Started by Nancy House Perry. Last reply by Marilyn Drinnen Jul 4, 2014.

Blakeman Family Jessamine Co., Ky. 32 Replies

Started by Nancy House Perry. Last reply by Debbie K. Neal Aug 9, 2010.

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Comment by Mary L Aune on September 5, 2010 at 7:06pm
I'm sorry, I forgot to add an important fact about Elsie. From her photos I have to think she was mulatto. A friend of mine who grew up in Kentucky told me that would be his best guess. Thank you.
Comment by Mary L Aune on September 5, 2010 at 7:04pm
Searching for my great grandmother, Elsie Simpson, born 1862. She had three children with Luther B Dickerson of Nicholasville, Jessamine County, KY. One of them was my grandmother, Mary Weiser Dickerson born is 1892. I have Elsie's death certificate which lists her father as, "Unknown Simpson, born in Scotland". Her mother is listed as, "Unknown, born in USA". Any ideas of where to find her or any information about her greatly appreciated. I have these Dickerson's traced back to 1564 if anyone needs any information.
Comment by Shirley Mulcahy on July 5, 2010 at 5:29pm
I am new to the Internet searching for genealogy so please be kind. I am Shirley Mulcahy from Nicholasville, KY and am searching for the Mulcahy, Cobb, Baker, Brumfield, Sparks and more lines. Anyone interested in exchanging notes, let me know.
Comment by mel earwood on March 16, 2010 at 5:31am
Billie, There is a death record for a Melvin C Carter died 6 May 1929, no birth date given. Father listed is William Carter, no mother info. Residence was on the Danville Rd. Informant was Herman Carter. Cause of death was being accidentally struck by something I couldn't make out which resulted in several fractures.
Sounds like the man you are looking for. I don't have a lot of time this morning, but I will check some more if you are still interested.
Comment by BILLIE HUNT on December 4, 2009 at 12:12am
Melvin C Carter married Mary Belle Watts on 11 Oct 1893. They had the following children: Herman, Leroy, Frances, Dewey Mae, Josephine, Joh Henry, Robert Edward, Charles and 2 who died in infancy. Does anyone know who the parents were of melvin C Carter ?
Comment by Jo Arnspiger on November 21, 2009 at 12:46pm
Jodi, My husband is also related to the Bowman family. His gtgtgdfather, Michael Arnspiger married Esther Bowman, daughter of Joseph Bowman and Nancy Houser. That would make Esther Bowman a sister to your Joseph Bowwman II. So we are related (even though it's by marriage for me). I am the family genealogist.
Comment by BILLIE HUNT on November 21, 2009 at 10:25am
I am researching the Blakeman and Dean familie sin Jessamine county. Does anyone have any information on who the parents of George Blakeman (1790-1850) are? His wife was Frances "Fannie Irvine and children were Martha, Mary, Susan, Adam, James H, George Jr., Aaron, W.D.
Comment by Jodi Lynn Spade Roessler on September 2, 2009 at 5:43am
I am interested in the Bowman and the Earthenhouse families of Jessamine county. This is part of my husband's line. In an amazing twist of fate, I was given his family's "history in a breadbox" that led me to these 2 families not long after I moved to Lexington, Fayette County from Arizona. We are originally from Ohio though. My husband's great Aunt had done ALOT of research in the 70s and such and left all of it to her niece (husband's aunt) for safekeeping in a tin breadbox. Lots of great treasures in there! Anyhoo... Conrad Earthenhouse (1755-1845) had a daughter named Elizabeth (1781-1885) who married Joseph Bowman II (b 1780 in PA), son of Joseph Bowman and Nancy Howser. Elizabeth and Joseph had a son named Isaac Bowman who married a Mary Ann Caldwell/Colwell. Their daughter Nancy married a Samuel Spall of Jackson County, Indiana.
Comment by Clovis Marie Byars Herring on August 23, 2009 at 12:00pm
Byars family of Jessamin Co. KY. Nathan Byars shown on early Jessamine Co. KY. In 1810 he married Elizabeth Blansegame in Warren Co. Kentucky. I 1814 in Bullitt Co. KY a Nathan Byars md Sally Saunders. Does anyone have info on these people. My Nathan Byars was born 1774 in NC. died 1855? Lawrence Co. Ala.
Comment by Jo Arnspiger on July 31, 2009 at 5:20pm
I received an email from Amy Perryman of Arcadia Publishing. They are looking for someone who would be interested in writing a history of Jessamine county. Anyone interested ? I can send you her contact info.
 

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