Facts and Events
||Kentucky, United States
||Whitley, Kentucky, United Statesnamed in court as one of father's heirs
||1 Sep 1822
||Whitley, Kentucky, United Statesto Isom Meadows
||8 Nov 1827
||Whitley, Kentucky, United Stateswith siblings (all heirs of Thomas), had land where mother lived surveyed
||6 Mar 1828
||Montgomery, Indiana, United Statessigned deed of sale with husband
||Whitley, Kentucky, United Statesnamed in court as one of mother's heirs
||Bloomington, Monroe, Indiana, United States
||Aft 1 June 1850
||Monroe, Indiana, United States
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Collen Wilburn, in Meadows Family email, Secondary quality.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 Indiana, Monroe County, Bloomington District 74; FHL #0442939, in United States. 1850 U.S. Census Population Schedule, HH 126, Fam 126, Primary quality.
Meadows, Isom, age 50, m, laborer, RE=$100, b. KY
, Sarah, 48, f, b. KY
, Thomas, 16, m, laborer, b. KY
, Pleasant, 14, m, b. KY
, Wade, 11, m, b. IN
, Cornelis, 5, m, b. IN
, Paulina, 1, f, b. IN
- ↑ Montgomery County (Indiana) Deed Records; Montgomery County Recorder’s Office, Crawfordsville, Indiana, Volume 1, p. 224, Nov 1823-Oct 1830, Primary quality.
Know all men by these presents
Isom Meadows and Sarah his wife of Montgomery County, Indiana
Were paid $20 by Christopher Johnston of same place
For which Isom and Sarah “grant bargain Sell alien release Convey and Confirm and forever Quit Claim”
The E1/2 of the SW1/4, S2, R5W, T19N
Also the W1/2 of the SE1/4, Section same Range and Township
“and was purchased by my late Father Isom Meadows at the Land Office at Crawfordsville and the part here intended to be conveyed is one part of the same as heirs of the said Deceased.”
Signed 6 March 1828, Isom x his mark Meadows, Sarah x her mark Meadows
Witnesses James Man, John W. Martin
On 6 March 1828 William Brutton, JP, said the above named grantors personally appeared before him and acknowledged the signing and sealing of the deed of conveyance for the purposes therein named and expressed.
Recorded 6 March 1828
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 Hieronymus, Goldie Smith. Descendants of Nathaniel Smith, Knox/Whitley County, Kentucky: son of Elijah Smith, Revolutionary War patriot from New Jersey and Virginia. (Arlington, Virginia: G.S. Hieronymus, 1982), pp. 84, 85, Secondary quality.
Order Book 1, p. 53, Mar Term, 1819, Whitley, KY
--Order that the following persons be certified to the register of the land office as the proper heirs of Thomas Meadows: Tarvie, Polly Shelley, Betsy Campbell, Thomas M. Meadows, William T. Meadows, Pleasant Meadows, Sally Meadows, Nancy W. Meadows, Darky Meadows, Harrison W. Meadows, Jamima Meadowes, and Jane S. Meadows.
Order Book No. 1, p 485, Whitley, KY, January Term, 1839
--Satisfactory proof was this day made in open court on the oath of Nathaniel Smith that Elizabeth Meadows, Polly Shelly, Mobley Meadors, Elizabeth Campbell, W. T. Meadors, Pleasant Meadors, Sally Meadors, Nancy Smith, Darky Mayfield, Mima Moor, Harrison Meadors, Jane Hughes are the heirs and legal representatives of Elizabeth Meadors
- ↑ Schmidt, Cindy, and Janice Worley. Survey book no. 1 for Whitley County, Kentucky: surveys beginning in 1818 through 1827, warrants of Knox and Whitley counties beginning in 1801. (Cordova, Maryland: C.V. Schmidt, c2003-), Vol. 2, pp. 83 95-6, Primary quality.
8 November 1827
Surveyed for Polly Shelly, Betsey Campbell, Thomas M. Meadors, William T. Meadors, Pleasant Meadors, Sally Meadors, Nancy W. Meadors, Darkey Meadors, Harrison W. Meadors, Jemima Meadors, Jane L. Meadors heirs of Thomas Meadors 100 acres of land in pursuance of an act of the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky approved February 6th 1819 being part of Knox County Court certificate No. 192 granted to Israel Mayfield on the first day of August 1813.
Situate in Whitley County on Cumberland River including the improvement Elizabeth mother of said children now lives. . . .
William Mayfield HK [House Keeper], William T. Meadors ChM [Chain man], Harrison White marker
Joseph Gilless surveyor