There is a Taz in this one
Subject: Letter #3 ... "Killebrew History" Date: Thu, 31 May 2001 22:01:07 EDT
In a message dated 11/7/99 6:31:48 PM, email@example.com wrote:
Subject: Killebrew History
Nancy A. Chunn (first wife of) William Henry Killebrew
Born: 30 Sept. 1816 Born: 12 May 1818
Died: 25 Oct. 1863 Died: 15 June 1904
Married: 5 Dec.1836
Sarah M. Britton ( 2nd wife)
Died: 4 Sept 1889
Married: 20 January 1866
William P. b: 21 Sept 1837 d.
Henry N. b: 16 Sept 1840 d.
Columbus B. b: 3 Mar. 1843 d. 26 April 1859
John R. b: 21 Aug. 1845 d.
Levi B. b: 27 July 1848 d.
Thomas B. b: 7 Dec. 1851 d.
James D. b. 6 Sept 1853 d.
Daniel B.W. b. 4 Sept. 1855 d. 19 Jan. 1864
Bink b. d.
Jasper b. d.
Elige Asa Green b. 10 Dec 1859 d. 1936
Plus 10 sons not listed in bible
(note: is on this to see if Elige was possibly adopted)
Pliney b.7 Dec 1866 d.
Emma b. 7Dec.1866 d.
Nancy Willie Elizabeth b. 28 Jan. 1872 d. 19 April 1883
Margie M.F. b. 20 May 1874 d.
Sally Mae b. 25 May 1877 d.
June b. d.
Lillie b. d.24 Dec 1929
Samuel Pinkney b. 28 Jan 1882 d.
The 1850 census records of Stewart County in Tennessee list a Bryant
Killebrew, 43 years of age with his place of birth listed as Kentucky. There
are six other listed in his family.
There was also a Joshua Killebrew listed with a family of four. His age
was 52 at that time.
I recently met a T. Homes Killebrew that lives here in Detroit. He is a
descendant of Kinchen Killebrew who settled in Weakly County Tennessee. This
man had heard of Clint Killebrew that was supposed to have been a preacher at
various times. Do you know anything about this Clint.
There is a lot more work to be done but Im having fun learning about the
Killebrews. I do hope that you will be able to find William Henrys picture.
Dad said you all were having some copies of a photo of Nancy Chunn made and
I'm most anxious to see her.
I hope some of the things that I've mentioned will be of interest to
you. Should you know any history of the killebrews I would appreciate
hearing about it.
Just a final thought. I have met Taz Killebrew, who lives here in the
Detroit area. He is a Grandson of William Henry. His father was Samuel
Pikney Killebrew and he lived at Kirksey. Taz has a Willim Henrys family
bible and all the names that I have came from that bible except
for Jasper and Bink and I got those from you (this meaning Minnie Killebrew).
Taz also has William Henrys hand carved walking stick and a coffee cup that
William Henry used. An article in the Murray newspaper about Kirksey
mentions that William Henry was a brik mason and a wood carver by trade. He
is supposed to have built the first brick chimneys in the
Calloway county court house. The walking stick is carved and is a very
pretty article. William Henry was also a Mason.
There is also the story of how Bink Killebrew moved his family to California
by a wagon but I don't know all of the details.
Enclosed is a copy of this letter and if you would , could foward it to Mary
Whitman? Maybe these details will jog her memory and she could prehaps write
Thanks again for showing Mother and Dad such a nice time when they visited
Your Nephew, James T. Killebrew
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