Cartmill, Cartmell Genealogy

Early References to John Cartmill I (1710-1773) of Augusta County, Virginia

1745
John Cartmill received land patent on Cowpasture River in Augusta County, VA. The exact year John Cartmill I received his land patent is uncertain. John Cartmill I can be found in the Augusta records from about 1747 on. The 1745 date may be referring to the 300 acre grant to John Cartmill I in 1760, the survey of which was performed in 1745 (see the 1760 entry for this transaction).

1747
"Chalkley's Chronicles" V.1, p.34, Order Book 1 John Cartmill and others to value improvements on the land bought by Ralp Laverty. John Cartmill I was already in Augusta when Henry Cartmill I arrived from PA 7 or 8 years later in 1754. Is John I an older brother of Henry I? Born about 1700-1710? John I almost has to be related to Henry I. It appears John I and Henry I lived close to each other from about 1760 through 1767 as they had the same neighbors in various records of Augusta County during this period. Ralph Laferty shows up several times later as a near neighbor of both families. This is almost certainly the same John Cartmill whose will was partly proved in 1773 (Will Book 5, p.187).

1750
"Chalkley's Chronicles" V.3, p.17 John Cartmill - - named as an appraiser of Archibald Clendenning. Same John Cartmill as mentioned in 1747. Archibald Clendenning can be found as a neighbor later. Augusta Co., VA, Land Office Patents #29, 1749-1751, p.151-152, 1 June 1750 Ralph Laverty - Two grants: 224 acres on the north west side of the Cowpasture River; 300 acres on the east side of the Cowpasture River. Ralph Laverty was a neighbor of the Cartmill families on the Cowpasture River.

1750
Augusta Co., VA, Land Office Patents #29, 1749-1751, p.161, 1 June 1750 James Stuart - 300 acres adjoining Ralph Laverty. James Stuart was another neighbor of the Cartmill families on the Cowpasture River.

1751
Augusta Co., VA, Land Office Patents #29, 1749-1751, p.411, 10 April 1751 James Hugart - 590 acres on the south east side of the Cowpasture River. James Hugart was a neighbor of the Cartmill families on the Cowpasture River.

1754
Henry Cartmill, Am Rev Pension File, VA S29692 (declaration made 7 Sep 1832). Also "Chalkley's Chronicles" V.2, p.502. Lt. Henry Cartmill - - Stated he was born in Chester Co., PA in 1754. His father moved to Augusta, VA when he (Henry) was an infant (1755-1756). Stated his father moved to James River in Botetourt County about 1761 where he (Henry Cartmill pension applicant) has lived ever since (1832). Henry was commissioned an Ensign in 1779 and a Lt. in 1780.

1754-1758
Indian Wars (French and Indian War). Some records for the Augusta, VA area were suspended for the years 1754 through 1758 due to the Indian problems. These Indians were the Delaware to the north, Shawnee to the west and Cherokee to the southwest.

1757
From the "Preston Register - -", a list of those killed (115), wounded (18) or taken prisoner (168) by Indians in Augusta County 1754-1758. From a transcribed copy of Preston's list found in "Annals of Augusta" p.154-158. "May 16, 1757 - - Cowpasture River: John Moore killed, Mrs. Moore and five children taken prisoners." "September 1757 - - Sergeant Henry of Fort Dinwiddie killed. Cowpasture River: James Stuart killed and James Stuart, Jr., James McClung and two Cartmell children taken prisoners." Fort Dinwiddie was on the lower Jackson River about 10 miles west of the Cowpasture River. The only Cartmill families on the Cowpasture River at this time were John Cartmill I and Henry Cartmill I. Samuel Kercheval in his 1833 book states John Cartmell lost two daughters. Probably the two Cartmill girls (Molly and Peggy) later released by Col. Henry Bouquet in 1765 (see 1765 Reference).

1757
These same events were also recalled by Samuel Kercheval in his 1833 book, A History of the Valley of Virginia. Page 369. " - - -There were two female children, daughters of John Moore, taken by the Indians and grew up with them. - - " " - - - Two of John Cartmell's daughters were taken by the Indians and remained with them several years. Their brother went to the Indian country, obtained their release and brought them home. - - " The two Cartmell girls mentioned by Kercheval are probably Molly Cartmill and Peggy Cartmill, the two Cartmill girls released by Col. Henry Bouquet in 1765. One of the conditions imposed on the Indians at the end of the French and Indian War (1764) was that all white captives had to be returned to civilization. A large body of friends and relatives of captured people traveled with Col. Bouquet's troops as they went into the Indian country to find and release captives.

1758
"Chalkley's Chronicles" V.3, p. ? Henry Cartmell - - James Stewart's appraisement by Henry Cartmell, James McCoy and Ralph Laverty. This must be the Henry Cartmill that moved to the Augusta, VA area from PA about 1755-1756. James McCoy and Ralph Laferty can be found as neighbors later. Also, John Cartmill appraised Ralph Laferty's property when Ralph bought it in 1747. This entry indicates Henry Cartmill I was living in the Cowpasture River area near John Cartmill I in 1758. Henry Cartmill I and John Cartmill I were probably brothers.

1758
"Virginia Colonial Militia", page 65, Augusta County, 1758. Also "Virginia's Colonial Soldiers, page 206. (same information) Ralph Laferty James Hugart, Sr.. James Cartmill Robert Steuart George Jameson John Cartmill Who are James Cartmill and John Cartmill? The people named above lived on the Cowpasture River near John Cartmill I. Both Henry I and John I were in the Cowpasture area at this time. James Cartmill and John Cartmill are probably sons of John I. Henry I also had sons named James and John but they were born about 1740 and 1750 respectively making them too young for the militia. A James Cartmill and John Cartmill were also mentioned as brothers in 1766; in a lawsuit Givens Vs Cartmill.

1759
Augusta Co., VA, Land Office Patents #34, 1756-1765, p.429, 10 August 1759 James McCoy - 250 acres on Stuarts Creek. James McCoy was another neighbor of the Cartmill families on the Cowpasture River. Of all the neighbors found near the Cartmills, only James McCoy has a property description that allows one to locate the area on a map. Stuarts Creek is located near the junction of state highways 39 & 42, town of Millboro in Bath County, VA. This area is about 15 miles above the James River as the crow flies and about 25-30 miles due north of Purgatory Creek in Botetourt County (where Henry Cartmill I settled).

1760
Augusta Co., VA, Land Office Patents #34, 1756-1765, p.729, 26 September John Cartmill - 300 acres on the Cowpasture River. The Library of Virginia shows a "John Cartmill" received 300 acres on the Cowpasture. There is no record of a "James Cartmill" receiving a grant in 1760 as shown in the next entry below. 1760 "A History of Highland County, Virginia", by Oren F Morton, 1911 Page 402 - Surveys in Bath County 1744-1745. Includes lower basin of Jackson River and the Cowpasture. James Cartmill - - 300 acres patented 1760 (listed under survey year 1745). This reference seems to be in error! This is probably really "John" Cartmill. See the entry above. The Library of Virginia land grant index shows a John Cartmill received a grant on the Cowpasture in 1760. There is no VA record of a "James" Cartmill receiving a land grant in 1760 nor in the years before or after 1760.

1761
Augusta Co., VA, Land Office Patents #33, 1756-1761, p.991, 14 February James McCoy - 90 acres on a branch of Stuarts Creek on the Cowpasture. James McCoy was a neighbor of the Cartmill families on the Cowpasture River. Of all the neighbors found near the Cartmills, only James McCoy has a property description that allows one to locate the area on a map. Stuarts Creek on the Cowpasture River is located near the junction of state highways 39 & 42, town of Millboro in Bath County, VA. This area is about 15 miles above the James River as the crow flies and about 25-30 miles due north of Purgatory Creek in Botetourt County (where Henry Cartmill I settled).

1763
"Chalkley's Chronicles" V.2, p.276 John Cartmill - - Marriage license. 29 Jan 1763 Who is this John? And whom did he marry? Probably the John Cartmill who married Susannah Ward and moved to KY around 1785 and died 1808 in Harrison County, KY. This John Cartmill was likely a son of John Cartmill I, who settled on the Cowpasture River in 1745. This John was probably born about 1740. There seems to be no record of the marriage, just the marriage license (no record of a John Cartmill marrying about 1763-1764). Henry Cartmill I also had a son named John but Henry's son was Captain John Cartmill born about 1751. So, that leaves only John Cartmill I as the most likely person for the father. 1763 "Chalkley's Chronicles" V.3, p.80 Henry Cartmill - - Paid (1 of 16 people) as part of James Dunlap estate settlement. Also mentioned was Archibald Clendenning whose property was appraised by John Cartmill I in 1750.

1765
Found on the list of 205 Indian captives returned by Col. Henry Bouquet in 1765. Molly and Peggy Cartmill. When the French and Indian War ended in 1764 one of conditions imposed on the Indians was that all white captives must be returned to civilization. In 1765 over 205 captives were returned to Col. Henry Bouquet, the officer that defeated the Indians. A large body of friends and relatives of captured people traveled with Col. Bouquet's troops as they went into the Indian country to find and release captives. Who were Molly and Peggy? They were probably the two daughters of John Cartmill, taken from the Cowpasture area in 1757. Per Samuel Kercheval in his 1833 book: " - - - Two of John Cartmell's daughters were taken by the Indians and remained with them several years. Their brother went to the Indian country, obtained their release and brought them home. - - " 1765 "Chalkley's Chronicles" V2., p.451-452 John Cartmill - - Boundaries of those living on the Cow Pasture River marked James River area. From the forks of James River upwards. This is probably the John Cartmill mentioned in 1747. John Cartmill was granted land on the Cowpasture River in 1745. Some neighbors: Ralf Laferty, Capt. John Dickinson, James Hugart, Robert Stewart, James McCoy, Charles Donelly. Neighbor Robert Stewart was married to a daughter of Henry Cartmill I per Henry's will in 1786. Some other neighbors were described as living near the waters of James River and Catawba Creek and Looney Creek (the area mentioned in the 1831 quit claim deed of Lt. Henry Cartmill) No mention of Henry Cartmill in this list of people. However, some entried were only that everyone was OK except for the names listed.

1766
"Chalkley's Chronicles" V.1, p.350 James Cartmill & John Cartmill - - Givens Vs Cartmill. James Cartmill brother to John Cartmill. These are probably the sons of John Cartmill I; James born about 1735 and John born about 1740. Henry Cartmill I also had two sons named James and John but they were born about 1740 and 1751 respectively making John too young to be named in this lawsuit. A look at the actual wording of the suit might shed some light on their ages and/or their family.

1767
"Chalkley's Chronicles" V.1, p.136 Samuel Cartmill - - Produced hemp certificate (along with James Stewart). Who is Samuel Cartmill? Probably a son of the original John Cartmill mentioned in 1747 Augusta County. Samuel shows up again in 1774 when he bought 245 acres of land from John Cartmill for a few Shillings (probably his brother). 1774 is the last mention of Samuel in Chalkley. No marriage record for a Samuel Cartmill. Samuel bought land on the Middle River in 1784 and he is listed on this land in the 1786-1797 Land Book (exact year not given). Other records show he served in Augusta County during the Am Rev.

1767
"Chalkley's Chronicles" V.1, p.137 John Cartmill & John Cartmill, Jr. - - Appointed appraisers This is probably the original John I mentioned in 1747 on the Cowpasture River and his son John, Jr.

1767
"Chalkley's Chronicles" V.2, p.458 Henry Cartmill & John. Cartmill - Processioned (property boundaries checked) This must be Henry Cartmill I and John Cartmill I. Others named as near neighbors: Hugh Allen, John Dickinson, James Carr, James McCoy, James Anderson, James Hugart, Ralph Laferty, Robert Stewart (married to daughter of Henry I), William Patterson (married to daughter of Henry I). These neighbors are the same names as in 1765. William Patterson, who married a daughter of Henry I, (year unknown) is listed here but was not listed in 1765, indicating that perhaps he married Henry's daughter between 1765 and 1767. 1767 was the year Henry Cartmill I bought land on Purgatory Creek from James Carr.

1768
Augusta Co., Land Office Patents, 10 September 1767 James Carr - 120 acres on Purgatory Creek James Carr sold this land to Henry Cartmill I shortly after receiving it as a grant (see next entry). 1768 "Chalkley's Chronicles" V.3, p.463 Henry Cartmill - - Bought 120 acres on Purgatory Creek from James Carr, 60 pounds. This is probably the same 120 acres mentioned in 1767. James Carr was a neighbor in the 1767/1768 processioning of the properties (boundaries checked) in the Cowpasture River area of Augusta County. This is Henry Cartmill I, father of Lt. Henry Cartmill, Am Rev Soldier.

1768
"Chalkley's Chronicles" V.3, p.103 John Cartmill - - James Hugart's estate appraised by John Cartmill, James McCoy and Charles Donnerly. Recorded. Which John Cartmill is this? Probably the one living on the Cowpasture since James Hugart, James McCoy and Charles Donnerly were neighbors of John Cartmill there. 1768 is the year recorded. Doesn't say what year the appraisal took place.

1770
Bototourt County Formed from Augusta County. Botetourt included the "Forks" area of the James River (area around Purgatory Mountain) where Henry Cartmill settled.

1772
"Chalkley's Chronicles" V.3, p.123 John Cartmill, Sr. - - John Knox will, written 1769. John Cartmill, Sr. and John Dickinson named as executors. John Dickinson was a neighbor of both Henry Cartmill I and John John Cartmill I in the 1767 Processioning of the property.

1773
"Chalkley's Chronicles" V.3, p.133, Augusta County Will Book 5, p.187 John Cartmill - - "John Cartmill's will partly proved and ordered to lie for further proof". This must be John Cartmill I. John Cartmill I left a will when he died but unfortunately it was never recorded. Augusta County Will Book 5, page 187 has the following entry: "John Cartmill's will partly proved and ordered to lie for further proof". The will was never fully proved and therefore never recorded. What was the problem with the will? Was a witness dead or unavailable? Was the family unhappy with the will and just decided to ignore it? What happened to the estate? Did the family just split up the estate? The land appears to have been sold at auction to Hugh Brown. In 1785, Hugh Brown sold land on the Cowpasture that was formerly John Cartmill's (Chalkley's V.3). The actual wording of Hugh Brown's deed may shed some light on how he obtained the property.

1774
"Chalkley's Chronicles" V.3, p.541 Augusta Deed Book 20, p.483-486 Annals of Bath County, p. ? Samuel Cartmill - - John Cartmill and wife Susannah (Ward) sold to Samuel Cartmill 245 acres for 6 Shillings, 15 August 1774. Located on SE side of Cowpasture River on east side of Indian Draft. Land Samuel is now in possession of. Witnesses Robert Stewart, Ralph Laverty, William Young. This transaction took place shortly after the death of John Cartmill I in 1773. Samuel and John must be sons of John Cartmill I, of the Cowpasture River area. This may have been a settling of their father's estate who died in 1773. 6 Shillings is only a token amount of money for 245 acres (20 Shillings to the Pound). The witnesses were neighbors of John Cartmill I on the Cowpasture. Robert Stewart was married to a daughter of Henry Cartmill I per Henry's will of 1786. Samuel Cartmill later sold this same land in 1775 to Nathan Crawford (Annals of Bath County). In 1784 Samuel Cartmill bought 306 acres on the Middle River.

1775
"Annals of Bath County, Virginia" Samuel Cartmill and John Cartmill - - 300 acres on Cowpasture River that touches Indian Draft, patented 1760, sold by John Cartmill to Samuel Cartmill in 1774 and by Samuel Cartmill to Nathan Crawford in 1775. This entry adds further information regarding the same land sale that took place in 1774, from John Cartmill to Samuel Cartmill. The deed is for 245 acres. Was the original patent for 300 acres? In 1788 John Cartmill sold an additional 140 acres that was adjacent to this property.

1780
"Historical Register of Virginians in the Revolution" by John H. Gwathmey. Thomas Cartmell - Ensign, Capt. Poage's Company. 20 Nov 1781, Augusta. Henry Cartmill - Lt., Botetourt Militia. Recommended 13 Apr 1780. Henry Cartmill - Ensign of Botetourt. John Cartmill - Captain, Botetourt Militia. Recommended 13 Apr 1780. Samuel Cartmill - Captain, McCreey's Company, Augusta Thomas Cartmill - Captain, Botetourt Militia, Oath 11 May 1780. Also within this book is the statement "Lt. Thomas Cartmill and Captain John Cartmill were sons of Henry Cartmill". John Cartmill I and his sons (Thomas, John Jr., Samuel, James) lived on the Cowpasture River in what was Augusta County during this period. Henry Cartmill I and his sons (James, John, Henry Jr. and probably a Thomas) lived on Purgatory Creek in Botetourt County during this period. Captain John Cartmill and Lt. Henry Cartmill were sons of Henry Cartmill I. Thomas, the Ensign from Augusta, and Samuel are probably sons of John Cartmill I. Thomas, the Captain from Botetourt, was probably a son of Henry Cartmill I. If Henry Cartmill I of Botetourt had a son named Thomas, Thomas must have died about 1783 because Thomas disappears after 1783 and Thomas is not mentioned in Henry's will of 1786.

1780
"Virginia Militia in the Revolutionary War" by J.T. McAllister From Botetourt County - Captain Thomas Cartmill 11 May 1780, Lt. Henry Cartmill 13 April 1780 - under J. Cartmill, Captain John Cartmill 13 Apr 1780 - in Logan's old company. This Thomas seems to be from Botetourt. Did Henry Cartmill I of Botetourt County have a son named Thomas, that died young? Apparently so!

1781?
Am Rev pension files Robert Sitlington declared he served under Lt. John Cartmill at Warwick's Fort. Warwick's fort was in the upper Greenbrier River area about 60 miles from Botetourt. Was this Lt. John Cartmill the son of John Cartmill I of the Cowpasture River area and not the same person as Captain John Cartmill, son of Henry Cartmill I of Botetourt County? Apparently so!

1781
"Chalkley's Chronicles" V.1, p.222, V.?, p.526 Thomas Cartmill - - 21 Nov 1780, Recommended and qualified as an Ensign i Captain George Poages's Company in Greenbrier (two references to this). This almost has to be the Thomas Cartmill that lived on the Greenbrier River in 1774.

1782
Augusta Co., VA, Land Office Grants, G, 1782-1783, p.173, 1 September 1782 John Cartmill - 140 acres on the Cowpasture.

1784
"Chalkley's Chronicles" V.3, p.170 Thomas Cartmill - - Estate of William Suttlington settled. Received payment from Thomas Cartmill. This is probably Thomas, the son of John Cartmill I of the Cowpasture River area. The Suttlingtons were neighbors of the John Cartmill I family. A Robert Suttlington served under Lt. John Cartmill at Warwick's fort (around 1781?) per Robert's Am Rev pension declaration. Warwick's fort was located on the Greenbrier River, about 30 miles west of the Cowpasture River and about 60 miles west of Purgatory Creek.

1784
Augusta County Deed Book 24, p.414, 16 Nov 1784 Samuel Cartmill - - Samuel Cartmill bought 306 acres on Middle River for 10 Pounds from Hugh Brown. Originally granted in 1775 to John Spear, deceased. Hugh Brown lived in the Cowpasture River area and bought the land at an estate sale in 1779. The Middle River circles the city of Staunton, VA to the north, flowing from west to east, eventually emptying into the Shenandoah River. Per Library of Virginia Land Grant Index, John Spear received two patents for land in Augusta County on the Middle River: 10 Mar 1755, 380 acres on the Middle River and 10 Sep 1755, 400 acres upon the Middle River. Hugh Brown also sold in 1785 what had been John Cartmill I's property. John Cartmill I died in 1773 and Hugh Brown probably bought John's property at auction.

1785
"Chalkley's Chronicles" V.3, p. ? John Cartmill - - Hugh Brown, sold a tract of land on Cow Pasture that was formerly John Cartmill's. John Cartmill I died in 1773. This refers to land that was apparently in possession of Hugh Brown. There were not enough witnesses for John's will when he died in 1773 and the will was never fully proved. Hugh Brown appears to be a land speculator and probably bought the estate at auction after John's death. In 1784, Samuel Cartmill bought a different property from Hugh Brown that he (Hugh Brown) had acquired at another estate sale. A look at the actual words of the deed might show how Hugh Brown obtained John Cartmill's land.

1786-1797
Augusta County, VA Land Book 1786-1797. John Cartmill 140 acres 1786? Thomas Cartmill 581 acres Jacob Warrick 1745 acres William Warrick 800 acres John Warrick 200 acres John Cartmill 140 acres 1787? Thomas Cartmill 581 acres Jacob Warrick 1745 acres William Warrick 800 acres John Warrick 200 acres John Cartmill 140 acres 1788? Jacob Warrick 1745 acres William Warrick 800 acres John Cartmill 140 acres 1789? Jacob Warrick 1745 acres William Warrick 800 acres John Warrick 200 acres Samuel Cartmill 306 acres Thomas Cartmill of Greenbrier received two land grants in 1783; one for 223 acres and one for 358 acres (581 acres total). He sold the 358 acres in 1789 and later sold the 223 acres in 1803 while living in KY. Samuel bought 306 acres from Hugh Brown in 1784. The John Cartmill here must be the son of John Cartmill I who died in 1773.

1787
Fayette County, KY tax list, 1787 John Cartmill This is probably the John Cartmill married to Susannah Ward that died in Harrison County, KY in 1808. When John Cartmill died he left a will and named wife Susannah and three sons; John, Thomas and William. This John Cartmill is probably a son of John Cartmill I of the Cowpasture River area of Virginia. Fayette County, Bath County, Montgomery County and Harrison County, KY are all located around Lexington, KY and are within 50 miles of each other.

1788
"Annals of Bath County, VA" John Cartmill and Samuel Cartmill - - James Harris bought of John Cartmill 140 acres on Cowpasture, between James Hughart and Nathan Crawford and corner Samuel Cartmill, for 100 Pounds. Sold by Harris in 1792 to Isaac Mayse for 120 Pounds. Nathan Crawford had previously bought 245 acres from Samuel Cartmill in 1775. This particular 140 acres can be found in the 1786 Augusta County Land Records under John Cartmill's name.

1790
Fayette County, KY tax list Elijah Cartmill Samuel Cartmill Is this the Samuel Cartmill (b. c1740) who was in Augusta in 1786 with 306 acres? Or, is this part of the Nathaniel Cartmell family of Frederick County, VA?? Elijah seems to be the son of Samuel Cartmill. Or, is it the other way around, Samuel is the son of Elijah Cartmill? Elijah can be found later in Fayette County for the 1800 and 1830 censuses. Samuel is gone by 1800 though. Is it a young Samuel that moves on? Or, is it an old Samuel that dies? Samuel Cartmill disappears from Augusta County, VA after 1786 and would have been about 60 years old in 1800. The Nathaniel Cartmell family did have an Elijah Cartmell (b. c1765), son of Nathaniel and Sarah. According to Cartmell records, Elijah Cartmell moved first to Ohio (around 1800) and then later to KY. There was an Elijah Cartmale in the 1810 Bullitt County, KY census (where Nathan Cartmell lived). The Elijah in Bullitt County is more likely the son of Nathaniel Cartmell II.

1800
Fayette County, KY tax list Elijah Cartmill Same Elijah that was in Fayette County in 1790. No sign of the Samuel Cartmill that was in 1790 Fayette County, KY with Elijah in 1790. Did Samuel die? Or, move on? Was Samuel Elijah's father? Fayette County, Bath County, Montgomery County and Harrison County, KY are all located around Lexington, KY and are within 50 miles of each other.

1800
Harrison County, KY tax list John Cartmel John Cartmill Father and son? Most likely. One of these John Cartmills has to be the John Cartmill who died in Harrison County, KY in 1808. Fayette County, Bath County, Montgomery County and Harrison County, KY are all located around Lexington, KY and are within 50 miles of each other.

1806
Montgomery County, KY 2 Oct 1806, Deed Book 4, p.406 John Cartmill - - Robert Friar of Montgomery County to John Cartmill of Montgomery County for $100.00, 126 acres on waters of Hingston and Flat Creek. This John Cartmill is probably a son of the John Cartmill who died in 1808 Harrison County, KY

1808
Harrison County, KY John Cartmill - - Will of John Cartmill - - wife Susannah (Ward); sons William, John and Thomas; daughters Elizabeth, Nancy, Mary, Martha, Jenny and Nelly, all married; daughter Peggy unmarried. This must be the same John Cartmill and Susannah that can be found on the Cowpasture River in VA in 1774 shortly after the death of John Cartmill, Sr. (1773).

1810
Harrison County, KY 7 Mar 1810, Deed Book 3, p.196 John Cartmill and William Cartmill - - John and William Cartmill to John Ward for $26.00, 4 /2 acres on waters of Flat Run. John and William Cartmill were sons of the John Cartmill that died in Harrison County in 1808. John Cartmill, William Cartmill and John Ward are all mentioned in John Cartmill, Sr.'s will.

1810
Harrison County, KY 7 Mar 1810, Deed Book 3, p.197 William Cartmill - - William Cartmill to John Ward for $48.00, 5 /4 acres on the waters of Flat Run. William Cartmill is a son of the John Cartmill that died in Harrison County in 1808. Both William Cartmill and John Ward are mentioned in John Cartmill's will.

1824
Bath County, KY, 21 May 1824 Deed Book E, p.63 John Cartmill - - John Cartmill of Mason County, KY to Abraham Stonesiffer of Boone County for $20.00, 20 acres in Bath County on Waters of Flat Creek. When John Cartmill bought his property on Flat Creek in 1806 it was in Montgomery County.

1827
Bath County, KY, 27 Jan 1827, Deed Book John Cartmill and Thomas Cartmill - - John Cartmill and wife Rebecca to Thomas Cartmill for $2,542.61, 126 acres on waters of Hingsdon and Flat Creek plus 14 acres adjoining the 126 acres on same waters. John and Thomas were brothers and both were sons of the John Cartmill that died in 1808. This is the same 126 acres that John bought in Montgomery County in 1806.

1828
Bath County, KY, 28 Oct 1828, Deed Book G, p.35 Thomas Cartmill and John Cartmill - - Thomas Cartmill and wife Patsy sold back to John Cartmill the original 126 acres on waters of Hingsdon and Flat Creek plus 14 adjoining acres for $925.00.

1828
Bath County, Ky, 25 Oct 1828, Deed Book G, p.53 John Cartmill - - John Cartmill and his wife Rebecca sold the same 126 acres plus 14 acres to James Hornbeck of Clark County, KY for $1,900.00.

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