Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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The Boone Family Bible 1: [Page One, column one] BIRTHS Daniel Boone October the 22d, 1734 Rebeccah his Wife January the 9th 1739 James Boone May 30, 1757 [Israel] Boone January 25th 1759 Susannah Boone Nov 3d 1760 Jemima Boone Oct 4 1762 [Levinia] Boone [?] 1766 [Rebecca] Boone [?]1768 [Jesse Bryan] May the 23d 1773 [William] June [?] 20th 1775 [Nathan] March 2d 1781 [?] Calaway [?] 9th 1753 [S]arah Boone January 30, 1733 [several more indistinct] [Page One, column two] BIRTHS Daniel M. Boone December the 23d 1769 Sarah his Wife January the 29th 1786 John W. Boone December the 19th 1806 Nathan Boone Feb the 17th 1808 [Daniel] Boone March the 27th 1809 Lindsey Boone Oct the 22d, 1811 Edward H. Boone July the 30th 1813 Elizabeth [Levica] Boone [?] 22d 1815 [several more torn and indistinct] continued

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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The Boone Family Bible 2: [Page Two, column one] MARRIAGES Daniel Boone & Rebeccah Bryan August the 14th 1756 Lindsey Boone & Sarah Grooms January the [?] 1832 [others indistinct, but marriages of DMB's children] [Page Two, column two] MARRIAGES Daniel M. Boone & Sarah G. Lewis March the 3d 1800 [Page three, column two] DEATHS Rebeccah Boone March the 18th 1813 Daniel Boone September the 26th 1820 [other deaths of DMB's family] continued

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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The Boone Family Bible. Daniel Boone, son of DMB, grandson of DB, stated in the Missouri edition of "The United States Biographical Distionary and Portrait Gallery of Eminent and Self-Made Men" <that the Bible referred to was the property of his grandfather, Colonel Boone; that the records therein were made under the old hunter's personal supervision up to the time of his death, and that the subsequent records of the family have been carefully kept in the same obok, by James Boone, a son of Major Nathan Boone, and is the most reliable record of the family history in existence.> The pages of this record, according to Sarah Margaret Boone Stevenson, granddaughter of Daniel Morgan Boone, are so faded because they were taken from the Bible and buried during the Civil War, in order that the Union soldiers might not learn the ages of the Boone boys and force them into the army. SPRAKER:564, for the mss, reproductions passim. BOONEFAM BRYANFAM Joseph Bryan, Rebecca's father, said Samuel Boone, nephew of DB (son of George Boone): <was a raw boned man -- an old man when informant saw him about 1797>. 22S241 cited in SPRAKER:566

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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In 1813, in recognition of their services, both DB and SB were granted the standing of Revolutionary Soldiers by vote of Congressional resolution. Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974):82

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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Spraker describes him as 5'9", well built, sandy hair, light blue eyes, rather florid complexion. Fond of hunting, but not so much so as his brother DB. Quotes this from George Bryan [DM 22C16] Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974):83

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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DB's siblings 1: Sarah Boone (6/7/1724-1815) m. John Wilcoxson in PA. She was condemned by their Quaker meeting for marrying out. Migrated with husband to NC with her father. Later she removed to KY with husband and at least three children. Husband may have been killed by Indians in 1782. Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974):passim.

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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DB's siblings 2: Samuel Boone (5/31/1728-1816?) m. Sarah Day in PA, a young Quaker who taught DB to read and write. Moved to NC with Boone family. 1779 to KY, settling at Boone's Station. He survived by wife, who moved to MO. DB's letter on religion written to her. Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974):passim.

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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Morgan (1671-1763) and Martha Strode (?-1747) were married soon after meeting on an emigrant ship to America, circa 1695. Their children: 1) Joseph Bryan, Sr. (?-1805) m. an unknown woman, had a son Joseph Bryan Jr.; then he m. Alee, last name not known (?-died prior to 1805); to KY 1798 with slaves; father of Rebecca Bryan Boone; Samuel Boone described him as "a tall, raw-boned man"; in his will he gave his daughters, Martha and Rebecca $20 each; his children: Joseph Jr. (in Jemima's rescue party), Samuel, John, Martha (m. Edward Boone), Rebecca (m. DB), Mary, Susannah, Aylee, Phebe, Charity, Elenor. 2) Elenor (m. William Linville; her daughter Anne married George Boone). 3) Mary. 4) Samuel; he the Tory: raised 800 Loyalists on the Forks of the Yadkin and was with Cornwallis on his march through NC; 1783 visited Bryan's Station KY; after return to NC was arrested, tried for treason, property confiscated; later moved to NY; visited England about claims from British government; broken by the war; 1797 with Joseph visited George Boone in KY. 5) Morgan; to KY in 1779. 6) John. 7) William (m. Mary Boone). 8) James; left a widower with six children, moved to KY, Rebecca Bryan Boone, his sister, brought them up -- this was the branch of the family that moved to MO. Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974):503-512

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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This quotation from Olive from an unnamed and undated newspaper clipping: <After the death of my father, Peter Van Bibber, my mother and I lived with my brother in Ohio, on the Ohio, opposite the mouth of the Big Sandy River. I was married on the 26th of Sept., 1799. On the first of October, without any company but my husband, I started to Missouri, or Upper Louisiana. We had two poines and our packhorse. After being on our journey some time we were overtaken by a man and woman who travelled with us to Vincennes. We remained there nearly three weeks, in consequence of getting one of our poines crippled. We travelled alone the remainder of the way, arriving in St. Louis the last of October. My husband was offered eighty acres of land (in the center of what was afterwards the city) for one of our ponies. He laughted and said he would not give one of the ponies for the whole town. We went to St. Charles County, and located about twenty miles above St. Charles. We crossed the Missouri River at St. Charles by placing our goods in a skiff. My husband rowed and I steered and held the horse by the bridle. It was rather a perilous trip for so young a couple. I was just sixteen, my husband eighteen.> Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974):126-127

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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(5/26/1768-7/14/1805) m. Philip Goe (3/24/1767-3/1805). When Db left Limestone in 1788 to conduct business in Philadelphia, he left Philip Goe in charge of his business. Rebecca went to PA to visit her husband's parents, and returned with DB. Daniel Morgan Boone sold his farm on Brushy Fork of Hinkston Creek (where DB lived) to the Goes, and they lived there the rest of their lives. When the couple died, Daniel Morgan returned to KY and took all but the eldest and youngest children the children back to MO with him; they lived in his household. Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974):122-23

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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(11/2/1760-10/19/1800) m. 3/1775 at Blackmore's Station William Hays (?-12/13/1804). Hays was a weaver by trade. Better educated than most, he taught DB some writing and "improved hand" and kept his accounts. Hays may have been a member of the company who forged the Wilderness Road. Hays and Susannah were with DB family on remove to KY in 1776. Within four miles of Boonesborough the party stopped to camp, but Hays and Susannah hurried ahead; that night, she gave birth to her first child, 6/12/1776. [DM 22C75] Hays and wife accompanied Rebecca to NC during DB's captivity, but quickly returned to KY in the spring. So Hays was present for the siege of Boonesborough (Susannah too?). In 1785 Hays came into possession of DB's Marble Creek farm and remained there until the fall of 1799; then moved with DB to MO, going overland. "Captain Hays was a man of high temper, and was killed in a quarrel with his son-in-law, James Davis." Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974):115-17

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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(3/2/1781-10/16/1856) m. 9/26/1799 Olive Van Bibber (1/13/1783-11/12/1858), possibly a sister, surely a relative of Jesse's wife Chloe Van Bibber. Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974):126.
LIMESTONE The Jacob Boone DB associated with in Limestone: probably the son of Joseph Boone of Berks County, PA. With his brothers Thomas and Ovid he came to KY in 1785, probably on the urging of DB who had just previously visited PA. With his brothers helped DB lay out the town of Maysville. Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974):481-482

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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DB's siblings 4: Elizabeth Boone (2/16/1732-2/25/1825) m. ca 1750 William Grant. Grant told by a German upon his marriage: "Well, Billy, Betsy will make you a good wife if you will take her down at the first loaf" [See 22S234]. Betsy was very high spirited. She went to Fredricksburg with the DB family in 1759. To KY in 1779 with the DB family. Grant joined with the Bryan brothers (William, Morgan, James, and Joseph) in establishing Bryan's Station. They owned slaves SLAVERY, Grant leaving 4 to heirs in his will. Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974):passim.

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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DB's siblings 3: Jonathan Boone (12/6/1730-ca.1808) m. possibly Mary Carter. To NC with family, then to KY about 1783. Settled at Boone's Station. Later to Green River country. Then IL, near Wabash. Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974):passim.

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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DB's siblings 5: Mary Boone (11/14/1736-1819) m. William Bryan in NC, he the uncle of Rebecca Bryan Boone. Husband to KY, settling at Bryan's Station; wife followed in 1779. William died 1780 from wounds in Indian battle. They were the parents of Daniel Bryan (of the interviews). Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974):passim.

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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DB's siblings 6: George Boone (1/13/1739-11/1820) m. Ann or Nancy Linville in 1764; her mother was a Bryan, the sister of William. George Bryan was in the Holder relief company to Boonesborough, 1777. 1780 he moved the family to KY, helping to establish Boone's Station. He was in the party that went to retrieve Ned Boone's body in 1780. He had a lame leg, which was later amputated. Moved to Shelby county. Nancy predeceased him in 1814. Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974):passim.

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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DB's siblings 7: Edward Boone (11/30/1740-1780) m. Martha Bryan, sister of Rebecca. Probably to KY with the DB family in 1779. Martha did not remarry after Ned's death. In her will she gave a slave woman to her daughter. SLAVERY Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974):passim.

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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DB's siblings 8: Squire Boone (10/5/1744-8/1815) m Jan Van Cleve in 1765; see elsewhere for more details on him. Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974):passim.

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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DB's siblings 9: Hannah Boone (8/1746-1828) m John Stewart, who died in KY with DB in 1770. She remarried to Richard Pennington. They later removed to KY. Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974):passim.

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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Married Jan Van Cleve 7/11/1765; she called "Big Granny" by her grandchildren. Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974):73

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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(10/4/1762-1829) m. 1782 Flanders Callaway (12/9/1758-8/19/1824). Flanders had the little finger of his left hand shot off while retreating back to the fort during the siege of Boonesborough. Overland with DB to MO in 1799. Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974):119-121

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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3/23/1766-4/6/1802) m. 1785 Joseph Scholl, who came to KY in 1779, was in Blue Licks fight. Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974):121-22

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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(12/23/1769-7/13/1839) m. 3/2/1800 Sarah Griffin Lewis (1/29/1786-6/19/1850). Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974):123

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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(5/23/1773-1820) m. Chloe Van Bibber (8/13/1772-?), possibly a sister, surely a relative of Olive Van Bibber, Nathan's wife. Became prominent in MO. Member of the first Missouri Legislature in 1820. Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974):125

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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George Bryan, son of Morgan Bryan Jr.: <Neddy Boone, George Boone, and the old Col all married cousins of mine. All brothers. Neddy and the Col. married sisters. George married a daughter of Aunt Linville's.> 22C16[2]

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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The George Boone House, 14 miles from Reading PA. House faces east, quaint gabled portico over the door; few windows, and those small; plastered and white washed; 40' square; cornerstone marked 1733. George Boone built this house for his children, while he and his wife remained in the log house, no longer standing. SPRAKER:22

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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His children: 1. Jeremiah Boone, 1793- 2. Harriet Boone, 1794-1861 m. Hiram Baber 3. Alonzo Boone, 1796 4. Minerva S. Boone, 1799- m. Wynkoop Warner 5. Panthea Grant Boone, 1801-1880, m. Lilburn Boggs, later governor of MO (1836-40), removed Mormons, to CA in 1846 6. Albert Gallatin Boone, 1806-? m. 1 Ann Hamilton, 2 Zeralda Randall, 3 Kate Philips 7. Madison Boone, 1809- 8. Emily Boone, 1811-1873, m. James S. Henderson 9. Van Daniel Boone, 1814-1871, m. Mary Ann Randall, sis above SPRAKER:126

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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His children: 1. James Boone, 1800-? m. Polly Allen 2. Delinda Boone, m. James Craig 3. Jemima Boone, m. Joseph Van Bibber 4. Nancy Boone, d. young 5. Olive Boone, m. Phil Anthony 6. Benjamin Howard Boone, m. Mary Stallard 7. John Coburn Boone, m Molly Wardlow, to CA 8. Levica Boone, m. William Cawlfield 9. Melcina Boone, 1820-1900, m. 1 James Howard, 2 Franklin Frazier 10. Mary Boone, 1822-1915 m. Alfred Hosman (last living grandchild of DB) 11. Sarah Boone, m. Winfield Wright 12. Mahala Boone, m. Robert Printy 13. Mela Boone, d young SPRAKER:128

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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Mildred "Milly" Boone (c.1792-c.1817), daughter of William Linville Boone, grandaughter of George, DB's brother (so DB's great neice), married William Carson (1786-1853), older half-brother of Kit Carson, and was thus Kit Carsons's stepmother. When Mildred died, William Carson married her sister Cassandra Boone (1796-1864). The Lindsay Carsons and William Boones had been neighbors in Madison County, KY, moved together to Missouri. Carson was thus "related" by marriage and neighborliness. SPRAKER

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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Virginia Land office records listing DB's survey entries from 12/1782 to 3/1783 run to a total of fees of L15 13s 3d. Time-Life Books, THE OLD WEST:THE FRONTIERSMEN, by the editors of Time-Life Books, with text by Paul O'Neil (Alexandria, VA: Time-Life Books, 1977):66, document from the Filson Club.

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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Albert Gallatin Boone, son of JESSEBRYANB. Appointed an Indian agent, negotiated treaty with Cheyenne and Arapahoe for cession of Colorado territory, 1860. Removed as agent by President Lincoln. Grant appointed him agent for Kiowas, Comanches, Cheyennes, and during the Indian wars, seven tribes were placed in his agency. Was appointed with Kit Carson to make treaty with the Indians, ceeding San Juan county, Colorado. Treaty with Sioux for Blackhills. Agent to Ponce Indians during Hays administration. Pioneer of Colorado. SPRAKER:189

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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His children: 1. John W. Boone 1806-1822, unmarried 2. Nathan Boone, 1808-1835, unmarried 3. Daniel Boone, 1809-?, m. Mary Constance Philabert (French of Canada) 4. Lindsey Boone, 1811-1834, m. Sarah Grooms 5. Edward H. Boone, 1813-1860, unmarried 6. Elizabeth Levica Boone, 1815-1850, m. Jesse White 7. Alonzo Havington Boone, 1817-1873, m. Elizabeth Stewart 8. James Boone, 1819-1852, m. Lorinda Carlo 9. Milton L. Boone, 1820, died six months later 10. Cassandra Boone, 1821-1845, m. Mr. Cosby 11. Morgan Boone 1824-1852, m. 1Disa Stewart (sis above) 2Mary Ann Randolph 12. Napoleon Boone, 1828-1850, unmarried SPRAKER:125

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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DANIELMORGANB held several prominent positions; colonel of militia during the WAROF1812; made most of the early surveys in the counties of St. Charles, Warren, Montgomery, Lincoln; resembled his father more than any other of the children: "he was below medium height, and stoutly built, had light hair, blue eyes, fair complexion, and a voice like a woman's," according to Bryan and Rose, PIONEER FAMILIES OF MISSOURI. SPRAKER:124-25

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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Her children; 1. Elizabeth Hays 6/12/1776-1828 (legend is that Susannah and Will were returning to Boonesborough in the spring of 76, she pregant and about to deliver; the party camped in the evening, about 4 miles from Boonesborough, but she and Will hurried on, and that night, in her mother's cabin, she gave birth to her first child.) m. Isaac Van Bibber, who may have lived with the Boones from the age of 13 (in 1784) 2. Jemima Hays 1778-1843 m. James Davis (who killed his father-in-law) 3. William Hays Jr ?-1845 4. Susannah Hays, m. Joshua Dodson 5. Delinda Hays m. 1815 Lewis Jones 6. Boone Hays, 1783-1850; m 1 Lydia Ann Scholl, 2 a Mrs. Frazier 7. Daniel Hays 8. Greenup Hays 9. Mahala Hays m. Jonathan Davis, brother of James, who married sis Jemima 10.Jesse Hays, d. before 1817 SPRAKER:117

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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Her children: 1. John Boone Callaway ?-1825, m. Elizabeth Caton 2. James Callaway 1783-1815, killed by Indians during WAROF1812, m. Nancy Howell 3. Larkin S. Callaway, m. Susan L. Howell, 7 children 4. Susanna Callaway, 1791-?, m. Thomas Howell 5. Sarah Callaway m. James Barnes [Sally] 6. Frances Callaway ?-c1865, m. William T. Lamme [Fanny] 7. Elizabeth Callaway, 1797-1867, m. Morgan Bryan [Betsy] 8. Minerva Callaway m. John Jones, MD, who attended DB at deathbed SPRAKER:121

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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When DB left for PA in 1788, Philip Goe, his son-in-law, was left in charge of his business at Limestone. The Goes stayed in KY when DB moved to Point Pleasant. The DB farm on Brushy Fork of Hinkston he sold to Goe when he left for MO; and Goe lived there the rest of his life. He and his wife died the same year on this homestead, and left seven children. Daniel Morgan Boone returned to KY and brought them back to MO. SPRAKER:122-23

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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Her children: 1. Daniel B. Goe, after parents death lived with Jemima and Flanders 2. Nathan B. Goe, still living in 1854, in KY 3. Noble Goe, m. Jane Smith 4. Tarleton Goe, still living in 1854, in MO 5. Nelly Goe ?-1868 6. Dorcas Goe 7. William Goe, d. before 1868 SPRAKER:123

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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Squire apprenticed as a gunsmith with his cousin, Samuel Boone (1736-1805), who had resettled from PA to the Potomac country. Samuel was well-to-do, but lost his fortune supplying guns to the Revolution, for which he was paid in Continental script. In 1782 or '83, Squire went to Georgetown and brought out Samuel and his family; they were together on Squires new undertaking, settling the Chickasaw Bluffs in Mississippi. SPRAKER:98

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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Thomas Boone, killed at the battle, was the son of Samuel (DB's brother) and Sarah Day Boone, the sister-in-law who taught him to read, and to whom he wrote the letter of 1816. After his death, his share of a 1400 acre estate assigned to Charles Yancy. SPRAKER:59

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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DB's nephew, Squire Boone (son of brother Samuel), moved with his father and family to KY in 1779 and settled at Bryan's Station. Was wounded at the Battle of BLUELICKS, bullet remained in his hip for the rest of his life, never fully recovered. Became a Baptist preacher. SPRAKER:109-10

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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DB's nephew, Israel Grant (son DB sister Elizabeth Boone Grant), came out with the family in 1779; 1780 he married Susan Bryan, one of the six children of James Bryan, all of whom after the death of their mother were taken by their "uncle" Daniel and "aunt" Rebecca to be brought up. The wedding was in the Boone home. Was with DB in pursuit of Indians who killed Edward Boone. Israel Grant died in 1796, and his three sons moved to MO. SPRAKER:112

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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Daniel Boone (son of Jonathan Boone -- DB's brother), so DB's nephew, settled in San Antonio, TX, and was killed there by Indians. SPRAKER:61

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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Three of DB's cousins, Anne, Dinah, and William Boone, married children of Mordecai Lincoln in Exeter; another of those children, who did not marry a Boone, was the great-grandfather of President Lincoln. SPRAKER:535

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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Benjamin Cutbirth married Elizabeth Wilcoxson (DB's neice); settled in Madison County, KY. SPRAKER:108

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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Rebecca Boone Grant Lamond (1774-1858), daughter Elizabeth Boone Grant, DB's sister, and thus his niece. Born on Yadkin, to KY with family in 1779 when five years old. SPRAKER:115

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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Flanders Callaway described as a "tall, spare, thin-visaged, swarthy man." 22S269-74 cited in SPRAKER:121

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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Her children: 1. Jesse Boone Scholl 1791-1841 m. Elizabeth Miller 2. Septimus Scholl ?-1849 m. Sallie Miller 3. Marcus Scholl 4. Selah (Celia) Scholl 5. Marcia Scholl 6. Leah Scholl 7. Daniel Boone Scholl 8. Joseph Scholl, Jr., 1800-1884, m. 1 Rebecca Miller 2 Eliza Ann Broughton SPRAKER:122

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Helen Atterbury Spraker, THE BOONE FAMILY (1922; reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974)

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Joseph Bryan, Rebecca's father, said Samuel Boone, nephew of DB (son of George Boone): <was a raw boned man -- an old man when informant saw him about 1797>. 22S241 cited in SPRAKER:566

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