Person:William Bickers (20)

Watchers
m. ABT 1765
  1. George Bickers1766 - Bef 1860
  2. William Bickers1766 - 1855
m. 03 JUN 1794
  1. Joel Bickers
  2. Morgan Bickers
  3. Norah Bickers
  4. Robert Bickers1795 - Aft 1860
  5. Uriah Bickers1796 - 1883
  6. William Ennis Bickers1801 - Bef 1870
  • HWilliam Bickers1766 - 1855
  • WNancy Todd1793 - 1864
m. 1823
  1. Nancy Jane Bickers
  2. Fielden Bickers1825 - 1912
  3. George Washington Bickers1827 - 1896
  4. Samuel T. Bickers1828 - 1871
  5. William P. Frank Bickers, JR1831 - 1893
Facts and Events
Name William Bickers
Gender Male
Birth? 1766 Orange County, Virginia
Marriage 03 JUN 1794 Orange, Virginia, USAto Sarah "Sally" Leathers
Census[1] 1810 Scott, Kentucky, United States
Marriage 1823 Kentucky, United Statesto Nancy Todd
Census[2] 1830 Harrison, Virginia, United StatesWestern District
Occupation? Farmer
Death? 1855 Jasper, Illinois, United Statespos Smallwood
Burial[3] 1855 Bickers Family Cemetery, Jasper, Illinois, United StatesT5NR9ESW1/4 of NW 1/4 Section 6,
References
  1. Household Recorded, in Scott, Kentucky, United States. 1810 U.S. Census Population Schedule.

    Year: 1810; Census Place: , Scott, Kentucky; Roll: 8; Page: 175; Image: 163.00.
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  2. Household Recorded, in Harrison, West Virginia, United States. 1830 U.S. Census Population Schedule.

    Year: 1830; Census Place: Western District, Harrison, Virginia; Roll: 190; Page: 358.
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  3. Family Notes.
    • "Ludie Brown of Bogota, who passed away this year (ca. 1976) at 97 years of age, related this story. 'William Bickers told his family when he died they should go to no expense but bury him under a certain big hickory tree. He died about two years later and the family followed his wishes, burying him under the old hickory tree with no headstone or marking of any kind. this was the beginning of the Bickers Family cemetery. There used to be four or five rows of graves, but now the old hickory tree is gone and only a few stones remain, to mark this early cemetery.'" (1884 Jasper Co., IL History)

      * William was buried in the Bickers Family Cemetery. Survey of the cemetery was by Mr. & Mrs. Gordon workman, information on unmarked graves by Ludie Brown of Bogota, granddaughter of Nancy Kinkade. A memorial was placed on the site in 1973 by Gordon & Marge Workman.

      Bickers Family Cemetery Smallwood, Jasper County, Illinois

      The inscription reads IN Memory, William Bickers, CA 1766-1855 - Nancy Todd Bickers, CA 1793-1880 - Pioneers of Jasper Co., Ill. This memorial was placed in 1973 by Gordon and Marge Workman.