John L. Edwards and Mildred L. Linton The two photographs are in a little red velvet lined double case, a little larger than the others I have – 3 1/2 X 4 inches. I took the delicate pieces of glass out of the container to scan. The photos […]
Susan Edwards Susan Edwards was a member of a pioneer family from Washington County, Kentucky. Susan’s parents, Johnathan J. Edwards and Nancy Millie Linton were born in the very early years of the 19th century in Loudoun County, Virginia. When their grandfather, Captain John Linton, (they were first […]
Family Group Sheet for John Hancock Linton Husband: John Hancock Linton Birth: 1750 in Prince William County, Virginia Death: 04 Dec 1836 in Washington County, Kentucky Burial: Washington County, Kentucky Marriage: About 1770 in Virginia Father: Moses Linton Mother: susanna hancock Wife: Ann Nancy Mason Birth: 1752 in […]
Note by Phyllis Brown: John L. Edwards is my 3rd great-uncle. His father, Edward Barber Edwards, is my 4th great-grandfather. John L. Edwards, Executor John L. Edwards was the oldest son of Edward Barber Edwards and Nancy Linton. He, and all but one of his siblings, was born […]
From my great-grandmother Frances Barber Linton Montgomery’s notes: “This is one of the homes built by Captain John Linton. One of his sons was married in the log room, which is still part of the house. At the death of Aunt Mary Janes the other heirs’ interest was […]
Jonathan Joseph Edwards and Nancy Millie Linton were married in Washington County, Kentucky, 182 years ago – July 20, 1829. Jonathan is the son of Edward Barber Edwards and Nancy Linton. Nancy is the daughter of Moses Linton and Nancy Pead. Jonathan and Nancy had seven children: Alfred, […]
Jonathan Edwards was born 240 years ago – July 17, 1771 – in Loudoun County, Virginia. He was the son of Jonathan Edwards and Sarah Barber.
Tabitha Edwards and Richard Spalding were married 206 years ago on July 8, 1805, in Washington County, Kentucky.
Note by Phyllis Brown: Edward Barber Edwards and Nancy Linton are my great-great-great-great-grandparents. They made the journey from Loudoun County, Virginia, to Washington County, Kentucky, in 1818 with Nancy’s parents, Captain John and Ann Nancy Mason Linton. The following was given to me by my dear friend Sally […]
This photograph looks very old and ragged – much the way John Cotton Taylor must have felt before he died. This man is my great-great-great-grandfather. He was part of the contingent who moved westward to Kentucky with Captain John Linton. John Cotton was a member of the Loudoun […]