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Amos Gerald ChaneyAge: 57 years18031860

Name
Amos Gerald Chaney
Given names
Amos Gerald
Surname
Chaney
Birth about 1803 38 38

Rockcastle County, Kentucky Formed January 8, 1810 (Age 7 years)

Note: Rockcastle County was officially formed on January 8, 1810. Losing counties were Lincoln, Pulaski, Madison and Knox counties.
New Madrid Earthquake December 16, 1811 (Age 8 years)

Note: New Madrid Earthquake reverses course of Mississippi River.(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Madrid_earthquake)
Harlan County, Kentucky Formed January 28, 1819 (Age 16 years)

Note: Harlan County was officially formed on January 28, 1819. Losing counties were Knox County.
Birth of a daughter
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Catherine Chaney
May 23, 1837 (Age 34 years)
Marriage of a childJohn Perry BullockCatherine ChaneyView this family
December 6, 1855 (Age 52 years) Husband: 19 Wife: 19
Death about 1860 (Age 57 years)

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Marriage: December 28, 1786Pittsylvania County, Virginia, USA
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*********?http://www.ericjames.org/html/fam/fam41672.htm?********* 92. Amos Chaney (John Chaney , Jacob Chaney , Charles , Richard , Richard , Richard ) was born 1 about 1800 in Pulaski County, Kentucky, USA Line Creek Baptist Church Members before 1860 Andrew Baker, Jeremiah Brinkley, Rebecca Brinkley, Amos Chaney, Tempy Chaney, Andrew Decker, Nancy Decker, Mahala Duncan, Tillman Duncan, Elizabeth Jones, Nelson Jones, H Linville, Sarah Price, Adam Renner, William Fox Richardson, Anna Shiplet, Finch Shiplet, Fieldon L Warren, Matthew Warren, Martha Warren. In 1882 the property on Line Creek was owned by James Cooper who had bought it from Andrew Decker. At this stage of my land research, it looks as if the land was originally sold to Amos Chaney by Holbert McClure in the 1846. (Decker purchased most or all of the Chaney land, then later sold it to Cooper.) No matter whether the Shiplett Cemetery was connected with the church or not, I believe this is the most likely burial location for Amos and Temperance Chaney, members of the Isaacs family, and maybe even some of the Warrens than any other that has been found. (Jeff Renner) SOURCE: Denton & Marilyn Hargis; madehargis@fuse.net, She is a great granddaughter of Elizabeth Chaney and William Henry Woodall.. Amos married 1 Temperance Brinson daughter of John Brinson and Belinda Taylor on Aug 4 1825 in Pulaski County, Kentucky, USA Temperance died 2 after 1859 in Pulaski County, Kentucky, USA Line Creek Baptist Church Members before 1860 Andrew Baker, Jeremiah Brinkley, Rebecca Brinkley, Amos Chaney, Tempy Chaney, Andrew Decker, Nancy Decker, Mahala Duncan, Tillman Duncan, Elizabeth Jones, Nelson Jones, H Linville, Sarah Price, Adam Renner, William Fox Richardson, Anna Shiplet, Finch Shiplet, Fieldon L Warren, Matthew Warren, Martha Warren. In 1882 the property on Line Creek was owned by James Cooper who had bought it from Andrew Decker. At this stage of my land research, it looks as if the land was originally sold to Amos Chaney by Holbert McClure in the 1846. (Decker purchased most or all of the Chaney land, then later sold it to Cooper.) No matter whether the Shiplett Cemetery was connected with the church or not, I believe this is the most likely burial location for Amos and Temperance Chaney, members of the Isaacs family, and maybe even some of the Warrens than any other that has been found. (Jeff Renner) SOURCE: Denton & Marilyn Hargis; madehargis@fuse.net, She is a great granddaughter of Elizabeth Chaney and William Henry Woodall.. They had the following children: + 234 M i John Chaney + 235 M ii Allen Chaney + 236 M iii James M. Chaney + 237 M iv William Chaney + 238 M v Zebadee Chaney + 239 F vi Catherine Chaney + 240 F vii Elizabeth Chaney + 241 F viii Nancy Chaney