Person:Charles Whittington (2)

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Charles Whittington, Jr.
m. 10 Nov 1822
  1. Charles Whittington, Jr.1826 - 1897
m. 23 Sep 1852
  1. William Whittington1853 - 1854
  2. Mary Susan Whittington1855 - 1886
  3. Charles Louis Whittington1856 - 1934
  4. Hester Ann Whittington1860 - 1884
  5. James L. Whittington1862 - 1896
  6. Thomas R. Whitington1864 - 1946
  7. Isaac Whittington1867 - 1915
  8. Jacob Allen Whittington1869 - 1965
  9. John Sherman Whittington1877 - 1969
Facts and Events
Name[1][2][3] Charles Whittington, Jr.
Gender Male
Birth[1] 5 Sep 1826 Owingsville, Bath County, Kentucky
Marriage 23 Sep 1852 Owingsville, Bath County, Kentuckyto Sussanah Stanclift
Alt Marriage Sep 1852 Bath County, Kentuckyto Sussanah Stanclift
Death[1][4] Dec 1897 Forge Hill, Bath County, Kentucky
Burial? Warner Cemetery, Owingsville, Bath, Kentucky, United States
Other? Listed as the head of household in the 1880 Bath County, Kentucky census.Census-1880
Reference Number? 5744

Charles Whittington December 16, 1897

 Died Friday, at the home of his son, Thomas, at Forge Hill, Charles Whittington.  Burial in Warner Graveyard.

Charles Whittington, Jr., according to family history, studied to become a tailor (perhaps by apprenticeship). In the 1850 census he is listed as age 23, a clerk by occupation, and living in the town of Owingsville, in the household of William Ragland who was listed as a lawyer/merchant.

Subject: Charles Whittington, Jr. Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2000 10:55:45 EDT From: PBailey170@@aol.com To:dw@@qni.com

Hi, Darrell!

               Dick Edwards sent me an obituary of Charles Whittington, Jr.  It said that Charley had been buried in the Warner Cemetery.  I believe your cemetery listing shows only the baby William Whittington buried there.  So I assume the grave was either never marked or the gravestone was destroyed.  Thought I would double check with you.

Dick also sent me a large genealogy of the Whittington-Brown family that he had somehow come across that listed Charles, Sr., and Jr. as members of that family. Dick asked me to compare it with my research. I will be doing so shortly and will include you and Jeff Phillips on the distribution.

Pete Bailey Indianapolis


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From: "Jeff and Rhoda Phillips" <jphillips4@@cox.net> To: <darrellwarner@@primary.net> Sent: Monday, August 18, 2003 11:27 PM Subject: More Whittington Records To Submit

Charles Whittington, Junior bath County Records OBITUARY Mr. Charles Whittington died Friday morning at 6 o'clock at the home of his son, Thomas. He was 72 years of age. He had been suffering sometime with bronchitis, aggravated by a fall he received several years ago while staying with Mr. Charles Hoon. Mr. Whittington was well known throughout the county, and nowhere better than in Owingsville, where at the age of 14 he was apprenticed to a tailor. He afterwards entered a drug store to clerk for William Ragland. He was engaged in various pursuits in Owingsville, where he has been living with his son, C. L. Whittington (my grandad). Over 40 years ago he was married to Miss Susan Standcliffe. Of that union was born nine children, four of whom are dead. Those living are Thomas R., C. L. and Isaac, of this county, and Jacob and John of Vermillion County, Illinois. The deceased has a sister living at Covington. His wife preceded him 9 years. Thus, worn out by disease and a long life of arduous toil a good old man, whose rugged honesty and strong sense of justice caused him to be loved by all, passed away. He was buried at the Warner graveyard southwest of Owingsville.

WILL Bath County, Kentucky Settlement Book 13, pages 520-521 A settlement made with C W Whittington, Guardian of Isaac, Jacob, and John Whittington on the 19th day of Dec 1890. In Amt of Cash received Nov 1888 $70.80 1/3 of said amt was paid to Isaac Dec 20, 1888 $23.60 1/3 of said amt was paid to Jacob Dec 20, 1888 $23.60 making the amt paid to said wards (see receipt V.1) $47.20 There is stil in the hand of said guardian due Jno Whittington $23.60 Int at 6% 2 yrs $2.83 Making the amt debt and int to this date $25.43 There is due from said guardian $3.00 for making this.... Last line cut off deducted from the $70.80 the amt due said wards but to be paid by the said guardian out of his own funds. Isaac and Jacob Whittington have each recd their full share leaving Johns share $23.60 with 2 years interest added $2.83. Still in the hands of said Guardian $25.43. See voucher filed here with from amts paid Isaac and Jacob given under my hand this 19th day of Dec. 1890. Jno D Young, JudgeState of Kentucky, County of Bath. I W W Perry clerk of the Bath County Court certify that the foregoing settlement having been continued at the last term of the court to the present term for exceptions and none being taken thereto was this day approved and ordered to record. Whereupon the same with the foregoing and this certificate have been duly recorded in my office. Given under my hand this Feb. 9th, 1891 examined. W W Perry, Clerk

DEED Bath County, Kentucky, Land Deed Book P, page 260-261 This indenture made and entered into this 5th day of September 1848 by and between Robert Wickliffe of the county of Fayette and State of Kentucky of the first part and Charles Whittington of the county of Bath and state aforesaid of the 2nd part. Witnesseth the said party of the first part by virtue of a decree of the Bath Circuit court in the case of Charles Whittington, ___ agent Charles Whittington et al, them directing the said party of the first part to convey the tract of land herein after described to the said party of the second part and the further sum of one dollar to me in hand paid the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged hath granted, bargained, and sold and by these presents doth alien and convey unto the said party of the 2nd part the following tract or parcel of land lying in the county of Bath and on the waters of Rose Run and bounded as follows. Beginning at Samuel Harts Corner thence S 65 degrees 30 poles to a black ash, thence S 18 degrees, W 69.5 poles to two small red oaks and dogwood corner to Mayse. Thence with Mazes line 51 W 69.7 poles to Hart Corner a stake on the west bank of a branch thence with Harts line N 44 degrees, E 33.7 poles to a stake in said branch thence N 68 degrees, E 27 poles to the beginning containing 20 acres. To have and to hold unto the said Charles Whittington his heirs and assigns forever and the said party of the first part will forever warrant and defend the title to said tract of land unto the said party of the 2nd part forever. Intestimony whereof the said party of the 1st part hath hereunto set his hand and affixed his seal This day and date first above written. Robert Wickliff, by A L Lunez allo in fact. State of Kentucky, Bath County, I WIlliam M Sudduth Clerk of the court for the county aforesaid do certify that this deed produced to me in my office and acknowledged by said Wickliff to be his act and deed whereupon the same hath been duly admitted to record in my office as the law directs. Given under my hand this 6th day of September 1848. William M Sudduth, By L F Hooch, DC

DEED Bath County, Kentucky, Land Deed Book Q, page 150 This indenture made and entered into this 25th day of February 1850 by and between Charles Whittington of the county of Bath and State of Kentucky of the first part and James H Maze of the county and state aforesaid of the second part. Witnesseth that the said party of the first part for and in consideration of the sum one hundred and eighty dollars in hand paid the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged have this day bargained, and sold and by these presents do grant, alien, and convey unto the said James H Maze the following described tract or parcel of land lying in the county of Bath and on the waters of Rose Run and bounded as follows Beginning at Samuel Hails corner thence S 65 degrees E 30 poles to a black ash thence S 18degrees W 69 5 tenths poles to two small red oaks and dogwood corner to maze thence with Mazes line 51 degrees, W 69.7 poles to Harts Corner a stake on the west bank of a branch thence with Harts line N 44 degrees, E 53.7 poles to a stake in said Branch thence North 68 degrees, E 27 poles to the beginning Containing 20 acres to have and to hold unto the said James H Maze his heirs and assigns forever. And the party of the first part will forever warrant and defend the title to said tract of land unto said James H Maze forever. In testimony whereof the party of the first part have hereunto set his hand and affixed his seal this day and date above written. C Whittington State of Kentucky, Bath County, I W N Sudduth Deputy for W M Sudduth clerk of the county court for the county aforesaid do certify that this deed from Charles Whittington to James H Maze was this day acknowledged before me by the said Charles Whittington to be his act and deed. Whereupon the same hath been duly admitted to record in my office. Given under my hand as Deputy aforesaid this 25 day of February, 1850. W N Sudduth, DC

DEED Bath County, Kentucky, Land Deed Book S, page 262 This indenture made and entered into this 31st day of January 1853 by and between Charles Whitington and Susan Whitington his wife of the 1st part and Simpson Riggin of the second part all of the county of Bath and State of Kentucky. Witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred and ninety five dollars in hand paid and to be paid the party of the first part has this day sold and doth by these presents sell, alien, and convey unto the party of the second part and his heirs forever the following described tract or parcel of Land situated, Lying and being in the county and state aforesaid and in the town of Owingsville and bounded as follows to wit. Beginning at the north west corner of the Lot conveyed by j h richard to Robt Stewart by deed bearing date Jany 1853 thence nearly west with the Owingsville and Big Sandy Turnpike road about 170 feet to the agreed corner between party of the first part and D C Jones thence nearly south with Jones' line to second street of Owingsville thence with second street eastwardly to Stewarts Corner thence with Stewarts line to the place of beginning being the same Lot of land purchased by J H Richard by his deed of Jany 1853 By said Whitington to have and to hold to the party of the second part and his heirs forever free from the claim or claims of any and all persons and the party of the first part by these presents bind themselves to forever warrant and defend the title of the same to the party of the second part and his heirs against the claim of any and all persons whatsoever. Chas Whitington, Susan WhitingtonState of Kentucky, Bath County, I R H Conner Clerk of the county court for the count aforesaid do certify that this deed from Charles Whitington and Susan Whtington his wife to Simpson Riggin was this day acknowledged before me by said Charles Whitington and Susan Whitington to be their act and deed. Whereupon the same with this certificate has been duly admitted to record in my office. Given under my hand this 10th day of February 1854. Examined R H Conner Clerk, By H H Daugherty, DC

DEED Bath County, Kentucky Land Deed Book W, pages 132-133 This indenture made and entered into this 11th day of February between Charels Glover of the County of Bath and State of Kentucky of the first part and Charles Whittington, Jacob Lansdale of aforesaid Cty, Sarah Bailey the wife of Moses Bailey of the county of Kenton and aforesaid State, and Elizabeth Edwards the wife of Owen Edwards of the County of (not said) and state aforesaid of the second part. Witnesseth that whereas by an order of the Bath County Court appointing the party of the first part one of the commissioners to divide the Estate of the late Jacob Warner among his heirs and by and order appointing the party of the first part a commissioner to make titles of the shares of land to said heirs and the further consideration of one dollar in hand paid by the party of the second part the party of the first part do by these premises alien and convey unto the party of the second part their heirs or assigns all of the land in Lot No 6 in said division as stated in the commissioners report and ordered to be recorded containing eightyfour acres be the same more or less and the party of the first part do hereby confirm and convey unto the party of the second part their heirs or assigns all of said lots by the meets and bounds in said report together with all the appurtenances thereunto belonging and the party of the first part do hereby warrant and defend the title to said lot of land unto the party of the second part their heirs or assigns forever against the claim of all the other heirs of said Warner. But it is expressly understood that the party of the first part has hereunto set his hand this day and date above written. C H Glover, Commissioner. Examined, approved and ordered to record. Feby 11th 1861, Jno D Young, PJBC (Probate Judge Bath County) State of Kentucky, Bath County. I R H Conner, clerk of the County Court for the county aforesaid do certify that this deed from C H Glover commissioner appointed by the Bath County Court to Charles Whittington, Jacob Lansdale, Sarah Bailey wife of Moses Bailey and Elizabeth Edwards wife of Owen Edwards was this day produced in open court and acknowledged by the said C H Glover as commissioner aforesaid to be his act and deed examined by the court approved and ordered to be recorded. Whereupon the same with the certificate thereto annexed and this certificate has been duly admitted to record in my office. Given under my hand this 11th day of February 1861, R H Conner, Clk

LAND BATH COUNTY LAND AND PROPERTY, DEED BOOK U pages 98-99 This Indenture made and entered into this 22nd day of November 1853 between CHARLES WHITTINGTON and SUSAN his wife MARGARET STANDCLIFT and LEWIS STANDCLIFTby F. Rand Commissioner of the 1st part and GEORGE W. McDONALD of the 2nd part all of the County of Bath and State of Kentucky witnesseth that the said part of the 1st part for and in Consideration of a Decree of the Bath Circuit Court in the case of George W. McDonald against Susan Standclift &c and the further Consideration of $150.00 in hand paid the said party of the 1st part hath this day bargined and sold and by these presents doth alien release and Convey unto the said party of the 2nd part a tract of Land on the waters of the Licking River in Bath County being the tract formerly owned by James Standclift and Known as his home farm and which he sold to the party of the 2nd part as shown in exhibit A in said Suit with all appurtenences thereunto belonging To have and to hold unto the said party of the second part forever and the party of the 1st part will warrant and defend the title hereby Conveyed as far as by said Decree they are bound to do but no further. In testimony whereof the party of the 1st part have hereunto set their hands and Seals this day and date above written. Charles Whittington, Lewis Standclift, Margaret Standclift Per F. Rand Comr State of Kentucky Bath Circuit Court I John A. Turner Jr Clerk of the Bath Circuit Court do Certify that this Deed from F. Rand as Commissioner to George W. McDonald was on the 21st day of March 1854 produced in open Court and acknowledged by the said Rand as Commissioner aforesaid to be his act and Deed. Examined by the Court approved and ordered to be certified to the clerk of the Bath County Court for record which is hereby accordingly done Given under my hand this 22 October 1856 J. A. Turner Jr CBCle I R. H. Conner clerk of the County Court for the County aforesaid do certify that this Deed from F. Rand Commissioner to G. W. McDonald was this day produced to me in said County for record Whereupon the same with the certificate thereon endorsed and this Certificate has been duly admitted to Record in my office Given under my hand this 22nd day of October 1856 Examined R. H. Conner A note in the margin of the Deed indicates "Delivered July 27, 1857 R.H.C."

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Letter to Darrell Warner from Robert C. and Sherry S. Stancliff, Cincinnati, OH.
  2. Research done and information looked up by Darrell Warner. 1880 Bath County, Kentucky Federal Census.
  3. 1853 Bath County, Kentucky birth records page listing William Whittington son of Charles Whittington and Susan Stanclift looked up by D.
  4. Research done by and information looked up by Darrell Warner. Bath County News-Outlook Thursday, December 21, 1939 Edition.