Person:Samuel Hedden (2)

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Samuel Hedden
b.1775-1790
 
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Name Samuel Hedden
Gender Male
Birth[1][2] 1775-1790
Alt Birth[1] 1775-1794
Alt Birth[2] 1780-1790
Property[3] 9 May 1780 Lincoln County, KentuckyLand Survey
Property[3] 13 Oct 1785 Lincoln County, KentuckyLand Survey
Marriage bef 1799 to Sofia Unknown
Other? 4 May 1819 Shelby County, KentuckyMarriage
Census[1] 1820 Shelby County, Kentucky
Census[2] 1830 Shelby County, Kentucky

Lincoln County, Kentucky, Land GrantsS3

9 May 1780: 500 A. on Kentucky River [Bk 1, p. 31].

13 Oct 1785: 500 A. on Kentucky River & Muddy Creek, surveyed (#5856) [Bk 7, p. 234].

30 Oct 1785: 500 A. on Kentucky River [Bk 2, p. 474].

10 Jan 1787: 500 A. [see earlier], granted to him & heirs [Bk 2, p. 474-75].

Franklin County, Kentucky, land GrantsS3

2 Nov 1818: 100 A. on Hunting Branch [Bk D, p. 346].

20 Nov 1818: 100 A. on Hunting Branch [Bk D, p. 347].

18 Oct 1821: 100 A. on Bensons Creek [Bk F, p. 369].

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Permission for his daughter's marriage:S4

May the 4th 1819    Shelby County   Mr. John Newland [Co. Clerk]

Sir: please to grant Lisonz for John McCalester and my dauter Thursy Hedden and obbege yong [?]    Where fore we set our hands and [seals].      Samuel Hedden      Sofea Hedden

Witnessed by Aron    [his mark]    Hedden.

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Shelby County, Kentucky, 1820 census:S1

Hedden, Samuel
Males:
under 10 - 5
10-16 - 1
26-45 - 1
Females:
under 10 - 1
26-45 - 1

Shelby County, Kentucky, 1830 census:S2

Hedden, Samuel
Males:
under 5 - 1
10-15 - 2
15-20 - 3
20-30 - 1
30-40 - 1
40-50 - 1
Females:
5-10 - 2
10-15 - 1
40-50 - 1
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Shelby, Kentucky, United States. 1820 U.S. Census Population Schedule, p. 110.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Shelby, Kentucky, United States. 1830 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Southeastern District, p. 223.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Jillson, Willard Rouse, and Kentucky. State Land Office. The Kentucky land grants: a systematic index to all of the land grants recorded in the State Land Office at Frankfort, Kentucky, 1782-1924. (Louisville, KY: Standard Printing Co., 1925).
  4.   Shelby County, Kentucky, Marriage Records.