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Edward Stoker

Birthdate: (89)
Birthplace: Lexington, Rockbridge, Virginia, USA
Death: May 7, 1846 (89)
Nicholas, Kentucky, USA
Immediate Family:

Son of Basil Stoker and Catharine
Husband of Anna Ricker
Father of Mary 'Polly' Stoker; William Stoker; Edward Stoker, Jr; Katherine Stoker; Bazil (Bazzel) Stoker and 7 others
Brother of John Stoker; Thomas Stoker; William Stoker; <private> Stoker; <private> Stoker and 5 others

Managed by: Judith "Judi" Elaine (McKee) Burns
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About Edward Stoker

A Patriot of the American Revolution for VIRGINIA with the rank of PRIVATE. DAR Ancestor # A109818

Revolutionary War Pension File [W11551] on Edward Stoker

He enlisted in the Continental Army in 1775 and served as a private for 3 years 2 months under Capt. John Lemon. Capt. Benjamin Biggs and Col. Richard Campbell Gibson in Va. He served in the battles of Brandywine and Germantownn during the American Revolution. He applied for a pension Aug. 3, 1818. His claim was allowed. Application came from Nicolas co., Ky. There were 3 other brothers to Edward who served in the Revolution, Brazil, John and William. Their record along with Edward's appear's on page 420 of the 8th annual Report of the Virginia State Library under Revolutionary Soldiers of Virgina.

Listed on the 1840 Kentucky Census of Pensioners June 1, 1840 The Kentucky 1840 Census of Pensioners for Revolutionary or Military Services with their names, ages, and places of residence, as returned by the marshals of the several Judicial Districts, under the act for taking the sixth census.

  • Name Age Head of family,with whom residing
  • Edward Stoker 77 Edward Stoker Nicholas County

Revolutionary War Soldiers That Lived In Kentucky Excerpt from "History of Kentucky" by Judge Lewis Collins, Vol. 1 Revolutionary War Soldiers -- Those living in KY, including those who moved there after the war, as of 1840. As Judge Lewis Collins said, "It is evident from their age, (some) were too young to be in the Revolutionary war, except as drummers or wagon-boys; while a few others were probably in the Indian Wars soon after the Revolution." Some names are of their widows who are receiving pensions. There were also veterans who refused a pension.

  • Nicholas County
  • Edward Stoker 77

a horse thief case on 22 Jun 1751 in Frederick County, Virginia. (5) 22d day of June 1751 for the examination of Edward Stoker for stealing two mares.

  • Present
  • Morgan Morgan Isaac Paskins ) Gent. Jus.
  • John Hardin Lewis Hophans)
  • Edward Stoker being commited to the Goal of this County by virtue of a receipt under the hand of John Hardin, Gent. one of his Majesties Justices of the Peace for this County for feloniously stealing two mares one of these the property of Thomas Balch of the sd County the other belonging to a person unknown. And the Evidences for Our Sovereign Lord the King Viz. Thomas Balch, John Connell, Robert Thorn, John Sheely, Elizabeth Martin and Joseph Hill were sworn and examined and on consideration of the Evidences and circumstances, it is the opinion of this Court that the sd Edward Stoker is guilty of the Felony with which he stands charged and ought to be tryed for the same at the General Court and in order thereto he is remanded to the Goal of this County to be removed thence to the Publick Goal at Williamsburg according to law and it is ordered that the depositions and all papers relating to the sd fact be returned to the Secretary's office


1. Wib Stocker personal records, 5 Sep 2001. " ...I came across a record of an Edward Stoker being indicted on 22 June 1751 in Frederick county Va. for stealing two mares. He was sent to jail to await trail in General Court. I wonder if that Edward could be the father of my Edward?... - - - Edward Stoker born 1757 in Lexington, Rockbridge, Virginia married Anna Ricker January 13, 1783 in Bourbon county, Ky. He died May 7, 1846 in Nicholas County, Ky. [Thought to be due to shifting county lines]. His father Basil Stoker, his mother Catherine. Anna (Ricker) was born February 3, 1767 in Virgnia. She died about 1848 in Nicholas county Ky. Their children were:

  • Sally;
  • Katherine born November 10, 1783;
  • William born August 18, 1768 (?);
* Edward Jr. born March 2, 1790 Nicholas  county, married Elizabeth Current; 
  • Mary (Polly) born May 30, 1792 Ruddles Mills, Bourbon county, Ky. married Joseph Gullick on August 9, 1809 She died March 8, 1867 in Falmouth, Ky.;
  • Joseph born December 17, 1796 in Ky.;
  • Bazzel born August 23, 1798;
  • James born October 22, 1800, married Polly Ross in Bourbon county Ky. on December 9, 1822; Jefferson born March 8, 1803 in Nicholas county married Elizabeth Hornbeck in Nicholas county on February 18, 1828 Jefferson also married a second time to Jane (Hyster) Higgins;
  • Archibald born in Kentucky April 29, 1805 married Elizabeth;
  • Anna born August 31, 1807.

Edward is thought to have come to Bourbon county, Kentucky with his father and mother [Basil and Catherine Stoker] and several siblings. Edward and at least some of the children appear to have been nearly grown. - - - Edward was a resident of Bourbon county for 60 years, but died in Nicholas county due to shifting county lines. - - - He fought in the revolution in the battle of Brandywine. Edward served in Col. John Gibson's detachment, in the western department from January 1, 1780 to December 1781 ie.; Index to Saffell's list of Virginia soldiers in the Revolution, Index of Revolutionary War pension applications pg. 116 Stoker, Edward Va. Anna Kentucky pensioners of the Revolutionary War, War of 1812 and Indian Wars R9929.3 g K37 nk pg. 73 Nicholas county, Kentucky. Stoker, Edward, age 77, 1840 list pg. 75 Edward Stoker, Bourbon county Ky. Private, Virginia line. Suspended 1810 April 14, 1819 Jun 17, 1818 Age 1 [note not sure what this refers to].

Census Records: March 17991 Edward Stoker Bourbon, 1st Census; 1800...evidently gone with the army no record...2nd census; 1810 Edward Stoker Bourbon ...3rd census; 1820 Edward Stoker Bourbon...4th census; 1830 Edward Nicholas...5th census; 1840 Edward Stoker Nicholas...6th Census - - - Edward was working on Basil's land claim along with Abraham on May 11, 1796.. This was about 10 years after Basil's death. - - - Kenton County, Kentucky Library Book: History of Scott, Harrison, Bourbon and Nicholas Counties pg. 758 IE.: Edward Stocker or "Old Stocker" as he was commonly called. One of the first settlers of Nicholas county and a Revolutionary soldier. Found in the Kentucky Historical Society Library Frankfort, Kentucky December 27, 1994 by Charles Stalker: February 19, 1937 My Dear Mrs. Ellis: After writing the enclosed letter I decided to look into some copies of statements made by applicants for pensions for service in the Revolutionary War, and although I knew that he could not have been a pensioner [Basil Stoker], I mean if he died as early as 1787 and although I knew that of the Revolutionary grants were located in Bourbon county [all being south of Green River] I think you will be interested in a statement I found there. This is the "Declaration: made by Edward Stoker and Anne, his wife of Bourbon county, Kentucky, in effect as follows: June 18, 1818 - Edward Stoker declares he served as a private in 13th Virginia Regiment commanded by Col. Gibson, for 3 years and 2 months; in battles of Brandywine and Germantown; l received Bounty Land and now 61 years old. May 13, 1830 - Bourbon county - Edward Stoker aged 73 deposes; mentions sons: Archibald, Jefferson, William; mentions "grown daughter". Has wife 68 years old. July 3, 1847 - Nicholas county - Joseph Stoker son of Edward and Anna; parents had 11 children; he [Joseph] was 5th 54 years old; submits two leaves from his father's family bible on which are recorded the births of all the children except Sally, the youngest. The bible record as follows: 1st page: Edward Stoker and Anna Rickels [Name faded and may be Rickets or Bickets] m. Jan 15, 1783 [She b. 1767]. Children: Katherine Stoker - born November 10, 1783; William Stoker born August 18, 1785; Edward Stoker Jr. born March 2 1790; Pollie [?] Stoker born May 30, 1790?; Joseph Stoker born December 17, 17__ [Paper torn]

Bourbon County Kentucky Will Abstracts 1786-1816 page 33 Ed. Stoker, Executor, Will of Wm. Jenkens June 10, 1813 - - -- History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky pg. 742; 1852 marriage Greenberry Cheattiam marries Melvina Stoker. daughter of Thomas Stoker (probably a granddaughter of William, who in turn was a probable brother of Edward) .

Revolution and 1812 War Pension Section January 28, 1927 Mrs. R. C. Ellis 1221 Grand Ave. Dayton, Ohio Madam: I have to advise you from the papers in the Revolutionary War pension claim W. 11551, it appears that Edward Stoker enlisted in 1775 and served three years and two months as a private in Captain John Lemon's Company, Colonel Richard Campbell's Virginia Regiment, and in Captain Benjamin Bigg's Company, Colonel Gibson's Virginia Regiment and was in the battles of Brandywine and Germantown. He was allowed pension on his application executed August 3, 1818, while a resident of Bourbon county, Kentucky, in his sixty-first year. He died May 7, 1846. Soldier married January 15, 1783 Anna Ricker, who was born February 3, 1787. She was allowed pension on her application executed July 3, 1847, while a resident of Nicholas county, Kentucky. Their children were -- Katherine born November 10, 1783; William born August 18, 1786; Edward born March 2 1790; Polly born May 30, 1792; Joseph born December ... 179_; Bazzle born August 23, 1798; James born October 22, 1800; Jefferson born March 8, 1803; Archibald born April 29, 1805; Anna born August 31, 1807; Sally date of birth not stated. Respectfully Winfield Scott, Commissioner.

United States of America, Kentucky District - to wit: This day came before me, Robert Trimble, District Judge of the United States Court, in, and for the District aforesaid, Edward Stoker, a citizen and resident of Bourbon county, in the State of Kentucky, who being by me first duly sworn, declared that he served in the United States as a private soldier three years and two months in the Revolutionary War with Great Britain; That he enlisted some time in the year 1776 as well as he recollects, in the 13th Virginia Regiment on Continental Establishment, for three years, the Regiment being very much cut to pieces in those battle, the ? of it was a ? To the 9th Virginia Regiment; That he faithfully served out his term of three years and two months over and was discharged from the service at Pittsburgh by Major Taylor; That he has long since lost his discharge, it having been consumed when his house was burnt about a year after he left the Army; The he has no other document in his possession as proof of his service; For although he obtained the land allowed for his service, he has none of the papers in his possession; That he is in his sixty-first year of age and unable to labour and that he is in reduced circumstances and in need of the appetence of his county for support; And that he has never received a Pension; Whereof he prays a pension may be allowed him.... His mark Edward (x) Stoker. Given under my hand at Paris, Kentucky, this 17th day of June 1818 - Robert Trimble, District Judge. - I Robert Trimble, District Judge of the United States, do certify that it appears to my satisfaction that the above named Edward Stoker Served the U.S. as a private Soldier in the branch of the Revolution for nine months and upwards and in the Virginia line on Continental...End?

Bourbon County, Kentucky - On this 13th day of Mary 1830 personally appeared in open court of record for the Bourbon circuit, Edward Stoker, aged seventy three years, who being first duly sworn according to law doth on his oath make the following declaration in order to obtain the provision made by the acts of Congress of the 18th of March 1818, and the 1st of May, 1825. That he the said Edward Stocker enlisted for the term of three years on the __ day of __ in the year __ in the state of Virginia in the company Commanded by Captain John Semmon in the Regiment Commanded by Colonel Richard Campbell in the line of the State of Virginia on the __ Continental establishment, that he continued to serve in the said corps, until after the Battle of Brandywine and Germantown in both of which he had a part. The 13th Regiment to which he first belonged and the 9th Regiment thereafter were consolidated and the same thereafter called the 9th Regiment of the Virginia line and after the Battle of Germantown the Regiment to which he belonged marched to the Valley Forge and was there commanded by Colonel __ Gibson. Captain Benjamin Biggs then commanding the company to which he belonged; where he continued to serve until he was discharged from the service in Fort Pitt in the State of Pennsylvania having been in the service three years and two months; that he hereby relinquishes every claim whatever to a pension, except the present. That his name has been placed on the pension list; that the number of his pension certificate is 9406 (as he supposes that number being endorsed on the back of said certificate and that he never before submitted a schedule of his property, except an informal one, which was returned for that cause without being acted upon by the war department, accompanied by a form, from which this schedule is made out because he owned a small farm of seventy acres of land in said county by means of which he was enabled by his labour and that of his sons (some of whom lived with him until a few years since) to support himself and family. And in pronunce? of the act of the first of May, 1820. I do solemnly swear that I was a resident citizen of the United States on the 18th of March 1818 and that I have not since that time by gift, sale or in any manner dispose of my property or any part thereof with intent thereby so to diminish it as to bring myself within the provisions of an 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"? on the 18th of March 1818, and that I have not nor has any person in trust for me any property or securities, contract, debts due to me, nor have I any income other than what is contained in the schedule hereto annexed; and by me subscribed to wit: One old mare and colt worth $35; two sows and piggs worth ten dollars; two old plows two dollars; two hoes and two old axes worth two dollars; one pair of old guns worth one dollar and fity cents; two old cart wheels worth ten dollars; two pots one skittell and pot hooks and one kettle all worth five dollars; one old cupboard worth six dollars; one sugar dish worth two dollars; six chairs worth two dollars; one gun worth three dollars; a small quanity of cupboard ware worth two dollars; two cows worth eight dollars each; one yearling calfe worth three dollars; and twenty sheep worth ten dollars; and that Hugh Talbuth is indebted to me in the sum of three hundred and six dollars and fifty-two cents with interest from the ___ day of ___ and that Martin Baker is indebted to him two hundred and four dollars and thirty-five cents entitled to a small credit as herein stated with interest from the time aforesaid for both which sums I obtained judgement in the Bourbon Circuit Court in a suit in changes which I commenced in said court against Talbuth and Barker besides have had executions inpurd? against each of them and placed them in the hands of the sheriff of said county for collection who returned the same "No Property" found and I believe the said Talbuth and Baker both insolvent and I have never been enabled to obtain one cent from said Talbutt. Said Baker has settled about sixty dollars on the judgement against him by furnishing me cloth for a big coat, and paying a physician bill of eighteen dollars or thereabouts and has paid me small sums at different times in cash, the remainder of said judgement against said Baker is yet unpaid, nor do I know that I shall ever be able to pay obtain anything from either said Baker and Talbutt. John Barnett is owing me fifteen dollars for a gun which I sold him, but he is insolvent and I do not expect ever too get one cent from him. James Nichols is owing me two hundred and thirty-five dollars, the balance of the purchase money for said seventy acres of land which I sold him. I am owing Jervis? Vinmont twenty dollars with five or six years interest and costs thereon... I having been warranted for the same. The bet was for that sum borrowed to pay some small debts that I was owing. I an owing Charles Talbutt ninteen dollars or thereabouts for which I became indebted to him by being security and three dollars on my own account. I am owing David Crouch six dollars for borrowed money and John...Tull eleven dollars with five or six years interest for which he holds my note, for money borrowed which I applied in the payment of some small debts I was owing and Doctor Kenny holds my note for ten dollars for medical services on which there is six or seven dollars due, having paid him some in pork I am owing Foster Collins one dollar, six and 4 tenths cent? I am owing my son Archibald Stoker ten dollars, the balance of the price of a horse of his which I sold Joseph McKim to obtain money to pay a debt for which I was security for one William Gray who was insolvent. I am owing Jefferson Stoker my soon, ten dollars the balance of the price of a horse of his which I sold to the said McKim, to raise money for the purpose last aforesaid. I am also joint security with one William Albridge for James Mufbett? Of Boone county to __ Gaines., I think, of said last named county for the sum of thirty dollars with several years interest and said Mulbett? is insolven.. I am owing Hiram Mc? Bledsoe three dollars, thirty some cents for which he holds my note for money which I borrowed of him to defray my expenses to Indiana? To procure proof of my services. I am owing John West one dollar or thereabouts for blacksmith work and borrowed money. I employed Robert Webb to assist me in breaking up my ground and planting my corn, for which I owe him two dollars and twenty-five cents and I paid him fifty cents, part thereof. I owe Horace Miller seventeen dollars and fifty cents for my present years rent of the place I now live on. I owe my tax for two years and some fee bills amounting to about two dollars and fifty cents I am a farmer by occupation and an now old and infirm and not able to labour. I have a wife who is sixty eight years of age and had the misfortune about two years since to get her thigh broke, which has rendered her a cripple. I have but on child living with me and she is a woman grown.. Amount of property owned by me on the 18th of March 1818 as nearly as I can ascertain: 70 acres of land - sold to James Nichols for $1050. 8 horses or thereabouts. Cattle. Sheep. Hogs. Household furniture. I cannot at this time recollect in what way I dispose of my horses and other stock, some of them died, and some I gave off to my children when they left me. Said Hugh Talbutt was a director in the Bank of the Commonwealth of Kentucky and I applied to him for the purpose of borrowing money out of said bank, and signed, or rather made my mark to a blank note for that purpose for which said Martin Baker and one Benjamin Baker were my securities. I wanted to borrow one hundred dollars on said note and one of my securities, to wit; Martin Maker requested me to let the note be discounted for three hundred dollars and permit him to have $200 therefore and he promisies to repay the same to said bank, but instead of said Talbutt having said note filed in and discounted for six hundred dollars to said Baker and what became of the remaining three hundred dollars I know not, but suppose said Talbot kept to himself as I intruthed said Talbutt to have said note discounted as above stated and bring me the money, but was afterward commanded in said court on said note and judgement obtained thereon against myself and Martin Baker and an exectution impurd? In said judgement and was placed in the hands of the Sheriff of Bourbon county who served the said execution upon my said land and was about to sell the same when I repaid it, amounting to $812.49 cents and I was compelled to sell my land to the said Nichol's to pay said bank and said bank debt. Said president and director abated $40. Declaration was sworn in open court before part of said bond, (being a part of the permanent damges which was awared against me in said case, I having enjoined? The same which left $772.49 cents due said bank which was worth 75 cents to the dollar, thus taking $549.37 cents in silver, part of the proceeds of the sale of land to pay said ? bond. I was also owing Molly Charup? for money for money borrowed about 15 years ago, which including interest amounted to $118.39 cents for which Peter Turney was my security and said Nichols substituted his note too said Charup? In leiu of mine for said sum which also was denoted out of the price of my land sold him aforsaid, the residual of the money that I have received from said Nichols for the sale of said land I applied in the payment of some small debts that I was owing and in paying my rent since I gave up possession of my farm and in purchasing some few necessaries for my famlly and in paying my expenses to Virginia and back, where I went on business and in purchasing a horse of John Tarr, as for to make the trip on, and sold him on my return to one Joseph Neal for sixty dollars on a credit and said Neal paid to my son William Stoker $40.00 thereabouts which I was owing him; A part for carpenters work done on a dwelling house which I built? and he also paid twenty dollars to one James Barnett which I was owing him. (his) Signed Edward (x) Stoker. (mark)

State of Kentucky, Nicholas County: On this 6th day of July, 1847 appeared before me George W. Ruddell a Justice of the Peace for the county aforesaid.. Joseph Stoker of said county and made oath in due form of law, that he is the son of Edward Stoker late of the county of Nicholas aforesaid who was a soldier in the Army of the Revolution and a pensioner for many years at the rate of eight dollars per month. Deponent states that Anna Stoker was the wife of said Edward Stoker and another of Deponent thinks said Edward Stoker died on the 7th day of May 1846; that said Anna Stoker is the widow of said Edward and she is still living and has not married since the death of said Edward Stoker. The said Edward Stoker and Anna Stoker had eleven children. Deponent is their 5th child and is 54 years old. Deponent states that for the last 16 years there has been in his possession an old family testament which belonged to the said Edward Stoker and in the said book on the two blank leaves at the end of the book the family names of the said Edward Stoker and Ann Stoker is contained. It is written upon two pages; One page each of the two leaves. Said leaves containing said family named to accompany this deposition and are made ar part thereof. The names and birth of each of the children is contained in said record, except the last (Sally). Deponent well recollect said testament in which said records is contained for at least forty years; When he went to school he read in it. The record is all the hand writing of William Green

State of Kentucky, Nicholas County, On This 3rd day of July 1847, personally appeared before Willis C. Rogers, a Justice of the County Court for the county of Nicholas aforesaid (the said court being a court of record) Anna Stoker, a resident of the county of Nicholas aforesaid, aged eighty years, who being duly first sworn according to law, doth on her oath make the following declaration, in order to obtain the benefit of the provision made by the Act of Congress passed June 17, 1844 entitled "An Act To continue the Pensions of Certain Widows". The she is the widow of Edward Stoker, who was a private soldier in the Army of the Revolution. That he drew a pension at the rate of eight dollars per month, commencing on the 17th day of June, 1818, under the Act of Congress of the 17th of March 1818; that the said Edward Stoker was the indentical person named in a ? Bearing date at the War Office of the United States the fourteenth day of April, One thousand, Eight Hundred, Nineteen (Note: Evidently sign by the then Secretary of War), granting to the said Edward Stoker a pension of eight dollars per month. (For proof of the services of he ? Husband ?? Edward Stoker) she refers to the recent record and documentary evidence on file in the War Office upon which his pension? was granted. She further declares that she was married to the said Edward Stoker on the 15th day of January, in the year Seventeen Hundred and Eighty Three; that her husband the aforesaid Edward Stoker died on the 7th day of May, 1846; that she was not married to him (as she believes) prior to his leaving the service? The marriage took place previous to the first of January, Seventeen Hundred and Ninty-four, Viz: at the time above stated. Anna [her X mark]. Nicholas County, I, Willis C. Rogers, a Justice of the county court of the County of Nicholas aforesaid, do certify, that on this 3rd day of July, 1847, Anna Stoker, above named, appeared before me in said county, and submitted and made oath to this foregoing declaration. I further certify that the said Anna Stoker is the widow of Edward Stoker who was a Revolutionary Pensioner, and further that the said Anna Stoker is old and infirm and cannot by reason of her bodily infirmity attend a court to make her declaration...Given under my hand the date above. W. C. Rogers, Justice, Nicholas County Court. State of Kentucky, Nicholas County SS. I, John G. Parks?, aforesaid, do certify that Willis C. Rogers Esq. Is a Justice of said Nicholas County Court, duly commissioned? And sworn; that his commission bears date? On the 29th day of November, 1839 and Continues during good behavior and that his signature above written is genuine. I further certify that said Nicholas County Court is a Court of Record. Given under my hand and seal of office this 7th day of July, 1847, J. G. Parks? I.N.. Metcalfe D.C." E-mail: sent to Joe and Ellen Chamberlain.

2. Family Tree Maker Family World Tree, CD #706 V706_01 Tree #2942, 1996, 19 Jul 1996. "EDWARD STOKER was born Abt. 1757 in VIRGINIA, and died May 07, 1846 in NICHOLAS CO., KY. He married ANNA RICKER She was born February 03, 1767 in VIRGINIA and died Abt. 1848 in NICHOLAS CO., KY. Child of is: POLLY STOCKER b. May 30, 1792 RUDELLS MILL, BOURBON CO. KY d. March 08, 1867 FALMOUTH KENTUCKEY."

3. Family Tree, Military Records: U. S. Soldiers 1784 - 1811, 2000, CD #0146; V146_01V2, Pg. 18268. "Stoker, Edward, Militia, Entry Rank: Corporal, Exit Rank: Corporal."

4. D. A. R. Application Papers, #46070 Jane Kay Kuster. COMMENT: One must understand that 'Old' DAR Applications are nearly worthless in terms of quality documentation and are not accepted by DAR themselves without accepted by the DAR themselvs without further research and documentation 'OLD' means numbers before 600.-000 in cases where later applications are missing required data, even applications of more recent dates. RE: Rev. Frederick W. Payne CGRS, FACG 317 Periwinkle Court Baltimore, Md. 21710.

5. D. A. R. Application Papers, #697294 Marguerite Sherlock McCurry. 6. D. A. R. Application Papers, #387144 Mildred (Cleaver) Kuster.

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Edward Stoker's Timeline

Lexington, Rockbridge, Virginia, USA
November 10, 1783
Age 26
Bourbon, Kentucky, USA
August 18, 1785
Age 28
Bourbon, Kentucky, USA
March 2, 1790
Age 33
Bourbon, Kentucky, USA
May 30, 1791
Age 34
Rudells Mill, Bourbon County, Kentucky
December 17, 1796
Age 39
Bourbon, Kentucky, USA
August 23, 1798
Age 41
Bourbon, Kentucky, USA
October 22, 1800
Age 43
Bourbon, Kentucky, USA
March 8, 1803
Age 46
Bourbon, Kentucky, USA