Facts and Events
||Virginia, United States
||12 May 1796
||Washington, Virginia, United Statesthree unidentified daughters, one (possibly two) unidentified sons
to Jerusha Lerace Asbury
||31 Nov 1796
||Wythe, Virginia, United StatesSigned petition
||8 Mar 1797
||Washington, Virginia, United Statesto Jerusha Lerace Asbury
||Knox, Kentucky, United StatesOn tax list with Allen, Reuben Marlow, Isham Meadows
||Knox, Kentucky, United States
||Whitley, Kentucky, United StatesOn tax lists
||Whitley, Kentucky, United States
||22 Oct 1839
||Whitley, Kentucky, United Statespurchased property adjacent to property already owned
||Whitley, Kentucky, United States
- ↑ George Marlow, in Meadows Family websites, Secondary quality.
- ↑ Kentucky, Knox County, in United States. 1810 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Primary quality.
Thomas Marlow, 1 male under 10 [Allen], 1 male 10-16 [George], 1 male 26-44 [Thomas], 2 females under 10 [Tabitha, unknown], 1 female 10-16 [unknown], 1 female 26-44 [Jerusha]
- ↑ Prewitt, L. D. (Lester Dee). Court order book, A, 1801-1816. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1968), p. 311, Primary quality.
October 1808 [Tax list]
Meadows, Isom, 100 acres 3rd rate land, Knox County, 2 horses, 50¢
Marlow, Thomas, no land, 3 horses, 50¢
Marlow, Allen, no land, 1 horse, 50¢
Marlow, Reuben, no land, 1 horse, 50¢
Meadows, Edward, no land, 1 horse, 50¢
Edward Meadors and the Marlows are probably living on the land owned by Isham Meadows. Thomas Marlow is likely the father of the George Marlow who later married Isham's oldest daughter Edda. Who Allen and Reuben are is unclear, although given their names they are most likely related to Thomas.
- ↑ Re: Marlow's of S.E. Ohio, by Robert Marlow, in Genforum: Surname: Marlow Family Genealogy Forum, Message 1022, 21 Oct 2002, Secondary quality.
11/31/1796 Allen Marlow, Wythe Co., VA signs petition to form Tazewell Co., VA. Thomas Marlow also signs. Allen found on tax list 1801-1820 owned 75 acres of Land. Order Book I, p. 170. 05/28/1805 Allen Marlow and wife Jane deed land to John Young. Will Book I, p107, Allen and wife bring suit against Ann Asberry, relect of George Asberry who died 1819.
- ↑ Whitley, Kentucky, in United States. 1830 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Primary quality.
Marlow, Thomas, 2 males 10-14 [unknown], 1 male 20-29 [Allen], 1 male 50-59 [Thomas], 1 female 10-14 [Lucretia], 1 female 15-19 [unknown], 1 female 50-50 [Jerusha]
- ↑ Whitley, Kentucky, in United States. 1840 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Primary quality.
Marlow, Thomas, 1male 15-19 [a grandson???], 1 male 60-69 [Thomas], 1 female 40-59 [Jerusha]
- ↑ Broyles, Stephen H. Whitley County, Kentucky tax list summary, 1819-1850. (Newton, Massachusetts: S.H. Broyles, c1991), p. 137, Secondary quality.
1820 - Marlow, Thomas, 1 tithable [white male 21 and over], 2 horses
1825, 1826, 1827, 1828, 1830 - Marlow, Thomas, 1 tithable, 1 horse
1836 - Marlow, Thomas, 1 tithable [no horse]
1841 - Marlow, Thomas, no tithables, 80 acres of land on Marsh Creek
1845 - Marlow, Thomas, 1 tithable, 1 horse, land on Clear Creek [a tributary of Marsh Creek]
- ↑ Ancestral File, AFN: 33H3-L97, Secondary quality.
birth: 1770/1777, Tazewell Co.,Virginia
death: INT 1846 (1846-50), Whitley Co.,Kentucky
father: Benjamin Reuben Marlow (AFN: 33H5-WKP )
mother: Ann Drake (AFN: 33JZ-5NX )
spouse: Jerusha Lerace Asbury (AFN: 33H3-NSN )
marriage: 8 Mar 1797, Washington Co.,Virginia
- ↑ Deed Books 1 and 2, 1818-1847; FHL #0531629, in Whitley County (Kentucky). Clerk of the County Court. Deeds, 1818-1934. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1967-1968), Vol 2, p. 150/159, Primary quality.
Indenture 22 Oct 1839
Between John Tuggle of Whitley County, Kentucky
And Thomas Marlow of same
Who paid $60
For 100 acres on the waters of Marsh Creek [entered] by patent date 24 June 1839, Kentucky Land Office Warrant No 14939 and 14940
Beginning on 2 white oakes a corner of Stephen Blevin Survey running S40W 2 poles to a sower wood hickrey a corner of Thomas Marlers thence with his line S50W 49 poles to a chestnut and hickory crossing into pulasky at 28 poles Thence S85W 59 poles to Three Black oaks thence S 30[N???] 60 poles to a post oak and gum thorne [N?]85W 60 poles to 2 Black Oaks, thence leaveing Marlars line S53W 130 poles to a black oak thence N87W 50 poles to a black oak and double hickrey thence S65W 14 poles to a black oak and post oak thence S30W 60 poles to a chestnut and black oak thence S69E 60 poles to a black oak and pine thence N 65 E 27 poles to two black oaks thence N32E 45 poles to a black oak thence N65E 57 poles to two black oakes thence S87E 55 poles to a black oak thence N85E 59 poles to two black oaks thence N50E 49 poles crossing the County line to te beginning
Making one rood and 10 poles in Whitley county and 99 Acres and two roods and 24 poles in Pulaski county.
Signed John A. Tuggle
Witness G. W. Laughlin DC for Andrew Craig Clk
Recorded 27 Dec 1839
[Note: in the 1840 Census, Thomas Marlow is listed on the lines between "Squre" Blevins and Reuben Meadows.]