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Maggie’s Sister

Sunday, February 12th, 2006

And here she is, Virginia Carbis Burd. Maggie’s sister.

The Crosswhite Affair

Wednesday, February 8th, 2006

While I haven’t put that information up here yet, I have known for a long time that Wesley had slaves. I was rather surprised, for that did not seem to fit in with the image I had formed of the Kerlins as a family. Imagine my surprise when I tumbled upon the possibility that Wesley’s [...]

To Do

Wednesday, February 8th, 2006

GILTNER, Frances 4 Apr 1843 Carroll County Will Book 2, Page 7 Sons: Michael, David and Phillip. Daughters: Elizabeth and heirs, Sarah, and Mary Hoagland. Executor: Michael and David.

Giltner Cemetery

Wednesday, February 8th, 2006


Mary Giltner Hoagland

Wednesday, February 8th, 2006

# ID: I0050 # Name: Mary M. GILTNER # Sex: F # ALIA: Polly /Giltner/ # Birth: 7 MAR 1804 in Bourbon County, KY 1 # Death: 6 JUL 1865 1 # Note: Daugher of Francis & Elizabeth (Boyer). She first attended the German schools of this Pennsylvania-German settlement, since her father wanted his children [...]

Sallie Giltner

Wednesday, February 8th, 2006

# ID: I0314 # Name: Sarah (Sallie) GILTNER # Sex: F # Birth: BET. 1792 – 1826 1 # Death: SEP 1896 in Hunter’s Bottom, KY # Note: Youngest daughter of Francis & Elizabeth Giltner, married her cousin, John, of Bourbon County, KY, thus returning to the home of her early childhood. She was a [...]

Kerlin- Giltner

Tuesday, February 7th, 2006

Trying to locate an uncle or some other older relative that Wesley might have followed up into Kentucky, I looked through the 1840 census for Carroll County. Lot’s of Giltners, no Kerlins. Then I stumbled upon this : The Hoaglands’ ancestor, Okey, married Mary Giltner, who was John Francis and Catharine’s g-granddaughter. Okey Hoagland was [...]


Tuesday, February 7th, 2006

Today I received an email from Dad containing scans of the information that I had requested of the Clerk of Carroll County, Kentucky. The first is of Wesley’s marriage to Sarah Giltner. It tells me no more than that they were married October 7, 1844 by a Methodist minister named I. Sollard. The second is [...]