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Subject: [WALLINGFORD] John Whaley
Date: Sat, 17 Jun 2000 11:36:00 EDT


Will Book B, Page 542
October Court 1807
Division of Slaves of John Whaley deceased.
One equal ninth part to daughter Sarah, to sons, James, Daniel, John,
Benjamin, William Baker Whaley, Mark Wallingford, James Nicholas, and Resin
Talbott (sons in law).
>From court records we know that John and Nancy ____ Whaley, had nine children.
Note: Not arranged according to dates of birth

1- James Whaley married Ann Remey - April 26, 1797
2- John Whaley Jr - married Charity Clark - Feb 26, 1797
3- Nancy (Ann) Whaley married James B. Nicholas - Aug 31, 1802
(Nancy Nicholas died between 1807 and 1810
4- Mary (Polly) Whaley married Mark Wallingford - May 23, 1802
Mary was born 1782 according to statement of Benjamin Bayless on
marriage bond
5- Jane Whaley married Rezin (or Resin) Talbott Oct 17, 1806
6- Benjamin Whaley married Jane Talbott
7- Daniel Whaley - no farther record
8- William Baker Whaley - no farther record
9- Sarah Whaley, born after 1794 married James B. Nicholas Aug 17, 1810-
husband of her deceased sister


Will Book B - Page 535
Will of John Whaley or Mason County, Kentucky
Dated August 1, 1807; Proven: October Court 1807
Estate to be divided among his children (does not name children). Appoints
sons James and Benjamin Whaley as executors.
Witness to Will: William Bronaugh Sr - John Curtis, and William B. Sandige.


Jacque Wallingford



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