Person:Charles Leathers (2)

Watchers
Charles Leathers
  1. Nicholas Leathers, Jr1775 - 1838
  2. Charles Leathers1776 - 1847
  3. Sally Leathersabt 1776 -
  4. Caty Leathersabt 1778 -
  5. Benjamin Leathersabt 1784 - abt 1798
  6. Jonathan Leathersabt 1788 - abt 1834
m. 20 Oct 1798
  1. Frances Leathers1800 - bef 1850
  2. Elizabeth Leathersabt 1805 - 1845
  3. Thomas Jefferson Leathers1806 - 1840
  4. John B. Leathers1807 - aft 1880
  5. Ann Leathersabt 1810 -
  6. Nancy Leathers1810 - aft 1880
  7. William Leathers1812 - 1893
  8. Sanford Leathers1813 - 1872
  9. James Madison Leathers1814 - 1880
  10. Sarah Leathers1817 - aft 1880
  11. Winnifred Leathersabt 1820 - 1880
Facts and Events
Name Charles Leathers
Gender Male
Birth[1] 1776 Orange County?, Virginia
Alt Birth? abt 1780 Virginia
Marriage License 18 Oct 1798 Franklin County, Kentuckyto Nancy Sarah Arbuckle
Marriage 20 Oct 1798 Franklin County, Kentuckyto Nancy Sarah Arbuckle
Death[1] 1847 Morgan County, Indiana
Burial[1] 1847 East White Lick Cemetery, Mooresville, Morgan County, Indiana

Woodford County, Kentucky, 1796 tax list:S6

Moses Leathers - 1 poll over 21
Nicholas Leathers - 1 poll
Charles Leathers - 1 poll and 1 horse
John Leathers - 1 poll and 1 horse
[They were all living together. Moses stayed just the one year and by 1797 he was back in Orange County. This is the only year between 1790 and 1799 in which they all appear in Woodford County.]

Franklin County, Kentucky, 1820 census:S2

Leathers, "Chalres" (commerce - 1)
Males:
under 10 - 3
10-16 - 2
over 45 - 1
Females:
under 10 - 2
10-16 - 1
16-26 - 1
26-45 - 1

Anderson County, Kentucky, 1830 census:S3

Leathers, Charles (commerce - 1)
Males:
10-15 - 1
15-20 - 1
20-30 - 1
50-60 - 1
Females:
5-10 - 1
10-15 - 1
15-20 - 1
40-50 - 1
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Grave marker, East White Lick Cemetery, Morgan, Indiana, United States.
  2.   Franklin, Kentucky, United States. 1820 U.S. Census Population Schedule, p. 138.
  3.   Anderson, Kentucky, United States. 1830 U.S. Census Population Schedule, p. 92.
  4.   Dunn, Jacob Piatt. Greater Indianapolis: the history, the industries, the institutions, and the people of a city of homes. (Chicago: Lewis Publishing Co., 1910), p. 910.

    Migrated to Morgan County, Indiana, in 1833.

  5.   Kentucky, United States. Reconstructed Tax Lists.

    Appears on tax list of July 1800 in Nelson County.

  6.   Woodford, Kentucky, United States. Woodford County, Kentucky Taxpayers 1790 thru 1799. (Miami Beach, FL: T.L.C. Genealogy, 1990).