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SQ pg 3267: They had four children: Vera Marie, Lawrence Armstrong, Dorothy Elberta and Robert Oren.
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SQ pg 3267: They had a son, Glade Allen Armstrong.
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VITAL RECORD OF RHODE ISLAND, 1636-1850, Births, Marriages, and De aths,
by James N. Arnold, FHL 974.5 V2a, v1, pg 71, referring to Book 2 o f records
at page 84: Jerauld, Caleb, of Dr. Dutee, and Robe Arnold, of Caleb ; m. by
Eld. John Gorton, Jan. 19, 1790.
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See THE CALVERT PEDIGREE prepared by Benedict Leonard Calvert (1700- ), great-great grandson of Sir George Calvert, printed in the Maryland Historical Magazine in Vol. 1, pg 276:
"Ann, his (Cecilius') wife, 2 daughter of Lord Arundell of Wardour and Count of the Sacred Roman Empire by which all her descendants, Male and Female are Counts and Countesses."
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Sources given as VA State Archives, Fairfax, VA (VA State Archives are in Richmond) and Mason County (KY) Library, Mayfield, KY
Will of Courtney Askin -- Hardinsburg, Breckinridge County, KY -- August 15, 1842 -- Will Book 2 -- Page 133
In the name of God Amen, I Courtney Askin of the county of Breckinridge and state of KY, being sick and weak in body but of sound mind and memory, considering the certainty of death and the uncertainty of the time there of and being desirous to settle my worldly affairs and thereby be better prepared to leave this world when it shall please God to call me home, do therefore publish this my last will and testament in manner and form following -- That is to say First and principally I commit my soul unto the hands of Almighty God and my body to the earth to be decently buried and after the expenses of my last sickness and burial and debts are paid I devise and bequeath as follows - 2nd -
I give and devise to my son Thomas B. Askin one hundred and fifteen acres of land being the place on which I now reside to him NS His heirs forever. -- 3rd -- I give and devise unto my son George B. Askin ninety-seven acres of land joining the place of Thomas H. Askin, to him and his heirs forever.
4th I give aned devise to my daughter Sarah Harle one hundred and fifty dollars cash to her and her heirs forever.
5th -- I give and devise unto my grand-daughter Elizabeth J. Askin my bead (bed) and furniture.
6th -- It is my will that my negro man Ben and negro woman Sarah and boy child John shall be sold to the highest bidder on a credit of twelve months for cash.
7th -- It is my will that qall the residue of my cash that I have not bequeathed shall be equally divided between my eight youngest children after deducting each ones' account from the equal part.
8th -- Lastly I do hereby constitute and appoint John Askin of the county of Breckinridge and state of KY to be the executor of this my last will and testament revoking and annulling all former wills by me heretofore made, notifing and confirming this.
In testimony hereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 12th day of August in the year of our Lord 1841.
Courtney (his mark) Askin
Signed, sealed, published and declared by the said Courtney Askin above named as and for his last will and testament in the presence of us who at his request and in his presence have subscribed our names as witnessess thereunto.
John Keenan -- Peter Lyons -- Andrew J. Wilkerson
August 25th, 1832
William Askin to Courtney Askin Dn. $325.00
June 15th, 1833
James Askin to Courtney Askin Dn. $350.00
February 10, 1832
Elizabeth Green to Courtney Askin Dn. $344.00
October 1, 1839
Susan Seaton to Courtney Askin Dn. $130.00
March 15, 1839
Thomas H. Askin to Courtney Askin Dn. $223.00
January 25, 1840
George L. Askin to Courtney Askin Dn. $124.00
June 30, 1841
Malindy Hawkins to Courtney Askin Dn. $70.00
My youngest daughter Cinthy Ann McCullough has received nothing.
John Keenan -- Peter Lyons -- Andrew J. Wilkerson
Circuit Court Book 12 - Page 155-156 - July 22, 1848
Charles Hawkins & wife vs: John Askin Ex. (defendant). This day this cause came to be heard as the bell answered & exhibits filed and it appearing to the court that the executor is chargeable with assets which came to his haneds amounting to the swum of $2504.10 and that he is entitled to credit amounting to the sum of $704.45 which leaves a balance in his hands for distribution amounting to the sum of $1799.30. It also appearing that the advancement made to the younger heirs of Courtney Askin amounted to the sum of $12.16. The propertion to which each of the heirs is entitled there being seven now living (James Askin having departed this life) amounts to $429.33.
It also appearing that William Askin received fron his father -- $325.00
Received from the executor -- $45.49
Making together -- $370.47
There is due him from the executor the sum of -- $58.86
That Thompson Green & wife received from the testor $344.00
and from the executor $130.74
Making together $474.74
There is due from him to said executor the sum of $54.59
That Henry T. Seaton & wife received from testor $130.00
and from the executor $242.00
Making together the sum of $372.00
There is due him from the executor the sum of $56.86
That Thomas Askin received from the testor the sum of $223.00
and from the executor $180.98
making together $403.98
There is due him from the executor the sum of $25.35
That George L. Askin received from the testator the sum of $124.00
and from the executor $41.30
making together $165.30
There is due him from the executor $263.99
That Charles Hawkins & wife received from the testor the sum of $70.00
and from the executor $688.50
Making together $758.50
There is due from him to the executor the sum of $329.11
Wednesday -- July
It appears that said Hawkins & wife is entitled to the benefits of William Askin in said estate the amount due him from the executor is deducted from the amount due the executor by Hawkins and leaves a balance in favor of the executor of $270.31.
That Hiram McCullough & wife have received tnothing from the testator and have received from the executor the sum of $418.35
There is due them by the executor $10.88
It is therefore ordered and decreed that the defendant, John Askin pay to Henry T. Seaton & wife the sum of fifty-six dollars and 86 cents.
That said executor John Askin pay to Thomas Askin the sum of twenty-five dollars and 35 cents.
That said defendant John Askin pay to George L. Askin the sum of Two hundred and sixty-three dollars and ninety-nine cents.
That said defendant John Askin pay to Hermin McCullough & wife the sum of ten dollars and 88 cents.
It is further ordered and decreed that Charles Hawkins pay to the defendant John Askin the sum of two hundred and seventy dollars and 31 cents and that Thompson Green pay to the defendant John Askin the sum of fifty-four dollars and 59 cents.
The executor is allowed nothing for his services in settling said estate and is not charged with the notes of Flanagan & Mcclarty not the notes of Haynes & Flanagan. The court being of the opinion that his management of the estate has not been of such characters as to entitle him to compensation. The last mentioned notes have not been collected by the executor ande are not taken into this settlement but remain in the hands of the executor for the benefit of the distribution and devises under the will of Courtney Askin.
There is also in the handws of the executor not taken into this settlement the sum of one hundred dollars to meet a decree of Anselm Watkins obtained in this court and any other expenses which may come against the executor -- and it is decreed that any balance of said _____ which may remain in the hands of the executor after paying said decree and any other costs, expenses which may come against him as executor may be retained by him for his services in attending to suits against the estate.