Facts and Events
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Application for Membership, Indiana Society of Pioneers, Florence Virginia (McBride) Salyards, approved 22 Feb 1987; Indiana Society of Pioneers, Indiana State Library, Secondary quality.
Jane Wetherall m. Mr. Veach (sometimes spelled Weach, Wetch, etc.) in Kentucky, and they had two children, Harry and Elizabeth G., then Mr. Veach and Harry were killed by Indians
- ↑ County Court Minute Book A (1781 - 1783), in Cook, Michael L. (Michael Lewis). Jefferson County, Kentucky, records. (Evansville, Indiana: Cook, c1987-), Secondary quality.
At a Court held for Jefferson County, the 3rd of December, 1781. It appearing to the Court that the following Persons, are entitled by virtue of an Act of Assembly passed May last, to four hundred acres of land, each. Orders that the County Surveyor lay off to them accordingly, viz:
. . . . Jane Weach . . . [This suggests that her first husband and son were deceased by that time.]
- ↑ Genealogy, Reese Family I, Box 3, Folder 10, in John Kennedy Graham Papers, Secondary quality.
Letter to Mary Graham Walker from cousin [[Person:Florence Very (1)|Florence A. [Very] Blakely, Severance, Kansas, 15 Feb 1911
“ . . . great-grandmother . . . was left a widow like so many other women by having her husband slain by Indians . . . . Losing her husband & only son left her lost to the Veaches, Vetches
- Houston, Florence Amelia Wilson; Ella Dunn Mellette; and Laura Anna Cowan Blaine. Maxwell history and genealogy: including the allied families of Alexander, Allen , Bachiler, Batterton, Beveridge, Blaine, Brewster, Brown, Callender, Campbell, Carey, Clark, Cowan, Fox, Dinwiddie, Dunn, Eylar, Garretson, Gentry, Guthrie, Houston, Howard, Howe, Hughes, Hussey, Irvine, Johnson, Kimes, McCullough, Moore, Penberton, Rosenmüller, Smith, Stapp, Teter, Tillford, Uzzell, Vawter, Ver Planck, Walker, Wiley, Wilson. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1985).
page 380 - Permelia Guthrie as "a granddaughter of a widow who came with two children [Elizabeth and Henry or Harry] from Virginia to Kentucky at an early day."