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Husband: David ELLABY
Born: 9 JUL 1816 Place: Oakham, Rutlandshire, ENGLAND?? 1, 22
Died: 25 FEB 1902 Place: Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, USA 2, 3
Married: 17 APR 1840 Place: Bullitt County, Kentucky, USA
Buried: Place: Bullitt County, Kentucky, USA
Father: William ELLABY22
Mother: Ann22
Other Spouses:
Wife: Elizabeth KING 4, 5
Born: 14 AUG 1814 Place: Kentucky, USA 6, 7, 8
Died: 13 FEB 1890 Place: Bullitt County, Kentucky, USA 9, 10, 11
Buried: Place: Bullitt County, Kentucky, USA
Father:
Mother:
Other Spouses:
Children

Child 1 (M): William Henry ELLABY 12
Born: 10 JAN 1841 Place: Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, USA 13
Died: 18 APR 1905 Place: Mt. Washington, Bullitt County, Kentucky, USA 14, 15
Buried: Place:
Spouses: Rebecca Ann REISLEY, Margaret Elizabeth SHOWALTER
Child 2 (F): Jennie A ELLABY 16
Born: 28 AUG 1844 Place: Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, USA
Died: 13 NOV 1933 Place: Jeffersontown, Jefferson County, Kentucky, USA 17, 18
Buried: Place:
Spouses:
Child 3 (M): John Nelson ELLABY 19
Born: 18 SEP 1847 Place: Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, USA 20
Died: 25 SEP 1885 Place: Mt. Washington, Bullitt County, Kentucky, USA 21, 22
Buried: Place: Bullitt County, Kentucky, USA
Spouses: Ollevia Alice WOODEN
HUSBAND NOTES:
David came to America in 1835 and settled in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky before moving to Mt. Washington, Bullitt County, Kentucky. [The History of Missouri, p. 122] Another soruce says David came to America at the age of 8, and settled in the King neighborhood of Bullitt County, Kentucky. [Aunt Mary's Scrapbook of Death & Marriage Clippings 1930-1960, p. 10]

David's naturalization was recorded in the 1841 Jefferson County, Kentucky Police Court records. While mention of this naturalization appears in an index of Jefferson County, Kentucky naturalizations, the original Police Court records for that year have been lost, so details of his immigration are not available. [LDS Microfilm #1914960, Jefferson County, Kentucky Naturalization Index, as viewed by Marian Small]

David appears in the 1841 Louisville city directory as a grocer with a store on the corner of Lafayette and Preston Streets (the same location as the store his brother William previously operated). In 1843 David appears in the Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky tax rolls, associated with the grocery store. In 1843 and 1844 the records show an assesment of $100 for the store. In 1848, the grocery was located on the corner of Preston and Marshall Streets, although the street name apparently changed rather than the store having moved. [LDS Microfilm, #160736 to 160738, and 160740, Louisville City Directory for the year 1836, 1838, 1841 and 1848, by G. Collins; and LDS Microfilm, #8053 to #8055, Jefferson County Tax Books 1826-1846+]

On 6 July 1842, David witnessed the will of Martha Smith in Louisville, Kentucky. [Cook, Michael L., C.G., Jefferson County, Kentucky Records, Volume 4, Evansville, Indiana: Cook Publications, 1987, p. 355]

In 1850, David was still a grocer in Louisville, Jeffeson County, Kentucky. About this time he also must have added animal feed to the items he carried in his store, as he was noted as a grocer and feed dealer in the 1851-2 Louisville city directory. [1850 United States Census, Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky; and LDS Microfilm, #160742, Louisville Directory for 1851-52.]

By 1855, David had moved to Bullitt County, Kentucky. He was listed there in 1860 living in the Shortsville area, where he was a farmer with $1500 in real estate and $500 in personal property. [LDS Microfilm, #160743, The Louisville Directory & Annual Business Advertiser for 18555-6; and 1860 United States Census, Bullit County, Kentucky]

In the 1870 census, David was listed as living in Mt. Washington, Bullitt County, Kentucky, as 54 years old, and as being a farmer. The farm was valued at $3000 and his personal belongings valued at $700.

David was buried in Kings Baptist Cemetery in Bullitt County, Kentucky. [Jobson, Robert C., "Kings Baptist Cemetery, Bullitt County, Kentucky," The Kentucky Genealogist, volume 25, no. 1, January/March 1983: p. 11]



WIFE NOTES:
On 3 October 1846 the heirs of Nelson King, including Elijah, Elizabeth, Nancy, Polly and their spouses sold approximately 95 3/4 acres of land to James C. Johnson of Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky for $450. The land was in Bullitt County, Kentucky adjoining other land belonging to Mr. Johnson. The deed for the sale was recorded 1 Feruary 1847. [Personal Correspondence, Anne Livingston ([email protected]) as posted to [email protected], data from Bullitt County, Kentucky Deed Book M, p. 67]

The 1870 census for Mt. Washington, Bullitt County, Kentucky gives Elizabeth's age as 56.

Elizabeth was buried in Kings Baptist Cemetery in Bullitt County, Kentucky. [Jobson, Robert C., "Kings Baptist Cemetery, Bullitt County, Kentucky," The Kentucky Genealogist, volume 25, no. 1, January/March 1983: p. 11; and news clipping found in 1869 Ellaby Bible]



SOURCES:
1Jobson, Robert C., Kings Baptist Cemetery, Bullitt County, Kentucky, The Kentucky Genealogist, volume 25, no. 1, January/March 1983, Magazine, p. 11.
2Jobson, Robert C., Kings Baptist Cemetery, Bullitt County, Kentucky, The Kentucky Genealogist, volume 25, no. 1, January/March 1983, Magazine, p. 11.
3Ellaby Family Bible - 1869 Bible, 1869, Book.
4Personal Correspondence, Anne Livingston ([email protected]) as posted to [email protected]
5Personal Correspondence, Marian Small, from data received from another Bullitt Count.
6Jobson, Robert C., Kings Baptist Cemetery, Bullitt County, Kentucky, The Kentucky Genealogist, volume 25, no. 1, January/March 1983, Magazine, p. 11.
7Ellaby Family Bible - 1869 Bible, 1869, Book.
8Personal Correspondence, Marian Small, from data received from another Bullitt Count.
9Jobson, Robert C., Kings Baptist Cemetery, Bullitt County, Kentucky, The Kentucky Genealogist, volume 25, no. 1, January/March 1983, Magazine, p. 11.
10Ellaby Family Bible - 1869 Bible, 1869, Book.
11Personal Correspondence, Marian Small, from data received from another Bullitt Count.
12Aunt Mary's Scrapbook of Death & Marriage Clippings 1930-1960, Other, p. 14.
13Ellaby Family Bible - 1869 Bible, 1869, Book.
14Ellaby Family Bible - 1869 Bible, 1869, Book.
15Ellaby Family Bible - Masonic Bible, Book.
16Personal Correspondence, Marian Small.
17Kentucky Death Index 1911-1986, Other.
18Personal Correspondence, Marian Small.
19Personal Correspondence, Marian Small.
20Jobson, Robert C., Kings Baptist Cemetery, Bullitt County, Kentucky, The Kentucky Genealogist, volume 25, no. 1, January/March 1983, Magazine, p. 11.
21Jobson, Robert C., Kings Baptist Cemetery, Bullitt County, Kentucky, The Kentucky Genealogist, volume 25, no. 1, January/March 1983, Magazine, p. 11.
22Ellaby Family Bible - 1869 Bible, 1869, Book.
23LDS Microfilm, #825344, Old, Northamptonshire Independent Chapel Baptisms 1809-1837

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