David Adams, Captain. Shows on Census records as Captain David Adams. I cannot find him on any roll. I have found two David Adams, Ensign, and David Adams, Ltn., but no Captain. He never applied for a pension. He born in 1785, the son of William Adams and Mary Adams. William Adams served in the Revolutionary War. David was Sheriff of Henry County, Kentucky, as well as a Justice of Peace. He could read and write. He was married twice. The First was to Margaret "Peggy" Calhoun and they had four children: Sarah "Sally" Adams who married John Adams, a son of David Adams who served in the Revolutionary War and his wife, Polly Kephart; George Adams, Henry Strawd Adams, and Madison Adams. His second marriage was to Nancy Kimberlin, daughter of John and Sarah Kimberlin. They had one daughter Elizabeth "Betsey" Ann Adams who married Woodford M. Casey. He died in 1856 and tombstone says, David Adams, Esquire. Information was provided by Virginia Tolman.
Henry Adams is a brother to Capt. David Adams. Henry ADAMS (William & Mary, William & Nancy was born about 1790 in of York, PA. He died 1834 in Henry, Kentucky. Henry married (1) Fanny FLOYD on 23 Mar 1814 in Henry, Kentucky. Fanny was born about 1794 in of Henry, Kentucky. She died before 1828. Henry also married (2) Martha SNELL on 3 Feb 1826 in Henry, Kentucky. Martha was born about 1806 in of Henry, Kentucky. 1. Land records of Henry County Kentucky BK 17 p. 361, 12 May 1837 heirs of Henry Adams dec by Oct 1836 sold land to John Bates. Heirs were William B/V. Adams, Nancy Adams, Abram Adams, Sarah Adams, Isabbella Adams, Charles H. Adams, Jesse Adams; 2. Written Adams family records; 3. Henry County, Kentucky Marriage Records, Courthouse, New Castle, Kentucky. Information was provided by Virginia Tolman.
John Lansberry or Lansbury, Private, Capt. D. Todd's Company of Kentucky Militia, Served from 27th August 1813 - 5th November 1813. (Name recorded four different spellings in Pension file - and he signed four different ways. Tombstone has John Lansbury.) He was in the Battle of Thames. John was living in either Woodford, Henry, or Gallatin, at the time of his service. His father was living in Woodford County. After his service he lived in Kentucky, Ripley Co and Jefferson County, Indiana, Platt County, Missouri, and finally Matfield Green, Chase County, Kansas, where he is buried. Information was provided by Virginia Tolman.
Thomas Robertson Old War File No. 25793. The said pensioner was a Private in Capt. Hopkins Company, Second United States Dragoons. He was wounded in Battle Dec. 18 1812 at Massissinway. He was a Surgeons Mate of the US during the Revolution and was attached to Major I.W. Bell's Squadron of US Dragoons. He was honorably discharged due to his wound that had incapacitated him from further active duty and was placed on the pension rolls in 1813. The information on Thomas was obtained from the Henry Co. Public Library. Thomas was buried on his family farm, which is now part of the Foree Homestead Farms across from the Henry County Country Club. The cemetery is noted in Mr. Meeks Cemetery Book as #141 Robertson Cemetery. It should be noted that this cemetery is not fenced and cattle have access to it and is slowly destroying this cemetery which should be preserve. There are many surviving relatives of Thomas living in Henry Co. today including myself, he is my 4th greatgrandfather. Also Thomas had two Sons who served in the Civil War, they are Thomas W. Robertson who was a !st Lieut. in Company "K" of the 6th Kentucky Infantry, this information is on page 336 Union Regiments of Kentucky. And Elijah D. Robertson a Private in Company "A" of the 54th Mounted Infantry. This information is in the same book page 664. After Thomas W. Robertson was discharged, he left Henry Co. and I have not researched enough to determine where he went, but I think he moved to Louisville, will research him more in the future. Elijah stayed on the family farm until his death and in buried in the New Castle Cemetery, with a Military Stone marking his grave. Information was provided by Ray G. Raisor.
James Sutton moved to Henry County around 1810, then moved to Ohio County, Kentucky in 1817. He lived in the NO-CREEK area near the Rough River in Ohio Co, Kentucky also on the Panther Creek near the Daviess/Ohio Co. line. Here he cleared land and farmed. James died in 1842 leaving behind his wife Mary Ann Sutton and their children: William W. Sutton, Ishmael C. Sutton, John W. Sutton, Jane Sutton, Sarah Sutton, Martha J. Sutton, Mary (Polly) Ann Sutton, Margaret Sutton, and Elijah Sutton.
Ebenezer Tingle born 1792, he says he was born in Kentucky. He died Dec 1859, Morgan Co., Illinois. (1860 Mortality Schedule, Morgan County, Illinois. Died Dec 1859, Jacksonville, Morgan, Illinois) He married 2 Nov 1826, Fayette Co., Kentucky, to Mary Wheeler. (1850 Census Morgan Co., Ill, Ebenezer gives his birth place as "Kentucky." Ebenezer moved to Morgan County, Illinois abt 1835. Death Register Morgan Co., Ill. Vol 1, p. 234 (FHL# 137,639) for wife, says she had lived in Illinois 53 years. Ebenezer is bondsman to marriage of Mary "Polly" Tingle, daughter of Jasper, Henry Co., Ky Marriages (FHL# 829,279). 1820 Census Woodford County, Ky (microfilm) appears on Census but not on the tax records. He moved back and forth between Woodford and Fayette and only appears on the Fayette Tax books 1817-1827. Land Records Woodford County Kentucky Bk. 23, p. 333. Nov 23, Nov 1822. Ebenezer Tingle of Fayette and Nathaniel of Woodford.....part Lot 66, Versailles, where cotton factory stands, purchased by Ebenezer and David Tingle from Peter Buck 25, Aug 1821.) Ebenezer Tingle lived in Henry County, Kentucky for several years. He also lived in Fayette and Woodford Counties before moving to Illinois. He is the son of Jasper Tingle a brother to Littleton Tingle. Information was provided by Virginia Tolman.
Edward Tingle, Wid. 5314., Private, Capt. Edw. George's Company, Ky. Mil.; Capt. Heddon's Co., Ky. Militia. Was in the Division commanded by Gov. Shelby, near the Battle of the Thames in Canada. Edward Tingle was the son of Littleton Tingle, born in 1794 in Maryland, came to Kentucky with his father in 1794 as an infant. Littleton moved to Henry Co, in 1806-1807 where he died. Edward married Eleanor Bishop daughter of Elisha Bishop who served in the Revolutionary War from Virginia. Edward died in Henry County, Kentucky, and his wife applied for a widow's pension after his death. Information was provided by Virginia Tolman.
John Tingle was born 6 Aug 1792, Maryland (John Tingle Family Bible in my possession. States that he was born in Maryland, the son of Littleton Tingle and Mary.) He died 7 Apr 1867, Henry, Kentucky. (Henry Co. Deeds, Courthouse, New Castle, Ky, Bk. 31, 353, dated 5 Sep 1867, Settlement of John Tingle estate among his heirs) He married 23 Oct 1815, Henry Co, Kentucky, to Clarissa Bishop, daughter of Elisha Bishop and Elizabeth Ellis. Elisha Bishop served in the Rev. War. John came to Kentucky with his parents, brothers Edward and James. The first settled in Fayette County in 1793, then they moved to Henry County, Kentucky, in 1807. Information was provided by Virginia Tolman.
Kindle Tingle born 1780/1784, Sussex Co, Delaware. (First appears 1801 Fayette County, Tax records, shortly after his marriage. Tax records Henry County Kentucky 1st appears 1806, then shows up on Carroll County, Kentucky tax records 1838-1848. Last appears 1848 (FHL# 7919). He is not listed in the Tax records of Delaware. ) died 1849, Carroll Co. Kentucky. He married, to Lucy Redman (Will of Francis Redman, Fayette County, Ky, 1817. Mentions Granddaughter Elizabeth Tingle, dau of Lucy Tingle.) (Land Records Henry County, Kentucky, Courthouse, New Castle, Ky, Vol 14, p. 80. 23 Oct. 1830, Kindle Tingle and Lucy, his wife to Jeddediah Tingle, 80 acres $300.) (1810 Census Fayette Co., Ky (microfilm) age 16-26.) Kindle is the son of John Tingle, a brother to Littleton and Jasper Tingle. Kindle came with his father and Uncles to Kentucky from Delaware in 1792 and settled in Fayette County, Kentucky. He moved to Henry County, Kentucky, with Littleton Tingle in 1807. Where he resided until Carroll County was formed and the land he owned became a part of Carroll County where he died. Information was provided by Virginia Tolman.