In July 1905 William Henry Clark, then approximately 80 years old, published a booklet titled Genealogy of the Clark and Pace Families in which he set down what he recalled about his Clark and Pace ancestors, as well as many of their relations.
I have transcribed Mr. Clark's account from a photocopy of the original booklet. While every effort has been made to insure an accurate transcription, errors may have crept in. Mr. Clark provided a wealth of dates and places information within this small booklet. We are grateful to him for his dedication and his memory.
Where it has been determined that Mr. Clark made factual errors, you will find a note in brackets and in red print. Brackets and red print have also been used to mark places where additional information has been added from my research and the research of others. When I have a link to another page with additional information, the link will be in green print. Finally, I have taken the liberty of creating new paragraphs to make the copy easier to read.
This transcription, and all of the notes attached to it, may be freely copied and used for personal genealogical study. Neither the transcription nor any of the notes may be sold, nor included in any collection prepared for sale.
We welcome suggestions, corrections, and additional information regarding the individuals named within.
GENEALOGY OF THE CLARK AND PACE FAMILIES
Written by William Henry Clark
Published by the Republican Press, Glasgow, Ky.
THE CLARK FAMILY
by William Henry Clark
My grandfather Henry Clark married Willie Ann Nunn; to them were born eight children, five sons and three daughters, they lived in Henry county Virginia. [According to Henry Clark's will, transcribed here, they had nine children identified as "Jonathan, Elizabeth, James, Nancy, Frances, Jacob, Ruth, Joseph & Samuel."]
Joseph Clark, eldest son [actually fourth son and eighth child] of Henry and Willie Ann Clark, married Elizabeth D. Pace. Samuel Clark married Nancy G. Pace, as you will see in the Pace genealogy. James Clark married and had two daughters. One of them married Dr. White who died; if living, his widow and children are in Louisville.
Jonathan Clark married [Patsy Hensley, 2 Jan 1813, in Henry County VA] and had six [perhaps as many as nine] children. One of his daughters married a Mr. Shaw and had a family. [Lucy Clark married James Shaw in Barren County on 10 Jun 1847. (See Sandi Gorin's book, Marriage Records of Barren County 1850-1860.)] Eliza married but I don't know anything more about them [Eliza was still single, and living with her parents in the 1860 Metcalfe County KY census (page 123, household 839)].
Henry Clark, son of Jonathan, married and lived on Clay Lick creek until his death. He left several children. [This appears to be be Henry Clark who married Nancy Edwards on 16 Feb 1842 in Barren County KY. (Barren County Marriage Book by Martha Powell Harrison, page 45) They appear in the 1850 Barren County census (1850 Federal Census: Kentucky, Barren County, District 2, household 299/304) with two children: Maria and John. In the 1860 census (1860 Federal Census: Kentucky, Metcalfe County, page 126, household 843), they had 5 children: Maria, John, Henry, Jonathan, and Nancy.]
Cap Clark, son of Jonathan Clark, married and lived on Clay Lick creek [According to Carolyn Murphy, Cap was a nickname for Edmund. Also, there is an Edmund Clark living next door to James Clark (see below) in the 1870 Metcalfe County KY census. He is married to a Lucinda, and they have 5 children: Mary, Lucy, William, Morris, and Laura. Also living with them is Edmond's mother, Patsy. Then Sandi Gorin, in Metcalfe Co Kentucky Vital Statistics, identifies a daughter, Mary C. Clark, born Oct 1861, and a son, John W. Clark, born to Edmund and Lucinda (Harper) Clark on 22 Aug 1874.]
James Clark, son of Jonathan Clark, married and has a family. [On 31 Jan 1856 James married Mary Ann Edwards, daughter of John Edwards. (See Sandi Gorin's book, Marriage Records of Barren County 1850-1860.) According to the 1870 Metcalfe County KY census (1870 Federal Census: Kentucky, Metcalfe County, Edmonton PO, household 419/411), they had five children: James, Henrietta, Jonathan, William, and Albert. Then another daughter, Anna, shows up in the 1880 census (1880 Federal Census: Kentucky, Metcalfe County, ED 191, South Edmonton Precinct, page 152C). Their son James married Nancy Ellen Withrow on 19 Nov 1878 in Metcalfe County (Marriages of Metcalfe County KY 1868-1883 by Judy Froggett, page 18), and they had at least one child, a son named Charles (1880 Federal Census: Kentucky, Metcalfe County, ED 196, Sartain District, page 238B). We also know that James and Mary's son William J. Clark was married to Flora Bell Bybee on 23 Feb 1896 in Metcalfe County (Marriages of Metcalfe County KY 1884-1899 by Judy Froggett, pages 20-1). William and Flora Bell had at least six children: Virgie, Ora, Bertha, Rubie, Leslie, and Annie (1910 Federal Census: Kentucky, Metcalfe County, ED 71, sheet 2A, household 35/35).]
William Clark, son of Jonathan Clark, married a Miss Greer, and they have several children and are living on Clay Lick creek.
Jacob Clark, son of Henry and Willie Ann Clark, if living, is in Henry County, Virginia. [Carolyn Murphy indicates that Jacob and his children were in Patrick County, Virginia. Jacob Clark married Jane Stovall on 8 Apr 1825 in Patrick County VA.]
Henry Clark married the second time and had several children [Henry married Cassandra Philpott (Henry County, Virginia, Marriage Bonds, 1778-1849, page 9, Aug. 22, 1801). They had 8 children: Sarah, William Henry, Nathaniel, Purvania, Gideon, Assinette, Susanna, and David.]. He lived and died in Henry county, Virginia. [His will is dated 25 Jan 1828.]
Elizabeth, daughter of Henry and Willie Ann Clark, married Buck Nunn [28 Mar 1805 in Henry County VA] and lived on the headwaters of Little Barren river, two miles from the old William I. Pace home and had three children. [Buck Nunn was apparently dead by 10 May 1823 for on that date, guardian bonds were issued in Barren County for two of his children.]
Elizabeth Nunn, daughter of Buck and Elizabeth Nunn, married James Leeper [31 Aug 1829 (Barren County Marriage Book, page 157], and had two children, a son and a daughter. [Children named Betty and William (see 1850 Federal Census: Kentucky, Barren County, household 239/243).] The daughter married John Dixon. [Elizabeth C. Leeper married John R. Dickson on 21 Nov 1850 in Barren County. (Barren Marriages 1850-1859, page 19] I suppose the son is dead. James and Elizabeth Leeper lived and died, and were buried at Mt. Moriah, Metcalfe county, Ky. [Elizabeth Nunn Leeper died 4 Jun 1856 and is buried in Metcalfe County on a hill overlooking Mt. Moriah road. Her son, William, is also buried there. He died on 8 Mar 1857 at the age of 19. (Metcalfe Cemetery Book, Vol. 1, page 166)]
Nancy Nunn, daughter of Buck and Elizabeth Nunn, married John Raily, and had a family. [married 24 Sep 1832 in Barren County KY (Barren County Marriage Book, page 216). The family was living in Cumberland County in 1850 (1850 Federal Census: Kentucky, Cumberland County, page 302, household 326/326) with 6 children: 4 boys and 2 girls. By 1860 they had a total of 9 children: 5 boys and 4 girls. Unfortunately, the children's given names are all provided only with initials.] One of her daughters married Thomas Perkins. She died and was buried at the old Buck Nunn home.
Winchester W. Nunn, son of Buck and Elizabeth Nunn, married Martha Barton. Both died and were buried at the old Buck Nunn home. They had children who live in Metcalfe county, Ky. [This is actually Joseph W. Nunn. He married Martha Barton on 5 Dec 1839 in Barren County (Barren County Marriage Book, page 196). By 1850 they had 5 children: William, Thomas, Joseph R., Mary E., and Joseph C. (Barren County Census, Division 2, page 422B).]
Nancy Clark, daughter of Henry and Willie Ann Clark, married Stephen B. Franklin. They lived and died and were buried on Ferris' Fork creek, in Metcalfe county, Ky. They left two children, Lewis and James, who lived on Ferris' Fork creek. [It seems that Stephen also had a brother named Lewis Franklin who married Elizabeth (Helton) Renick on 10 Oct 1841 in Barren County (Barren County Marriage Book, page 94). Elizabeth was a widow twice before marrying Lewis. Elizabeth Helton first married William Sims on 7 Sep 1826 in Barren County (Barren County Marriage Book, page 240). She next married William Renick on 15 Nov 1831 also in Barren County (page 220). According to census records, Elizabeth and William Renick had at least three children: Nancy, George, and William. That same 1850 census record shows that she had 3 daughters by Lewis Franklin: Lucy, Mary, and Elvira (1850 Federal Census: Kentucky, Barren County, District 2, Household 772/790, page 458A). The 1860 and 1870 censuses show another daughter, Melissa Franklin (1860 Federal Census: Kentucky, Metcalfe County, household 721/721, page 106; 1870 Federal Census: Kentucky, Metcalfe County, household 196/194). Marriage records indicate that Elizabeth was a daughter of Nathaniel and Mary Helton.]
Pervania Clark, daughter of Henry and Willie Ann Clark [actually a daughter of Henry's second wife, Cassandra (see Henry's will)], married Jeremiah Smith. they lived in Glasgow, Ky, in 1833. I don't know where they moved to from there. [They were still in Barren County in 1850 (1850 Federal Census: Kentucky, Barren County, Div 1, page 398B, household 1318/1353) with 5 children: Cassandra, Nathanel, Ann, William, and Sarah.]
Ingram Nunn and Elizabeth Nunn, his wife, had four [actually 3, see below] daughters, one of whom married my grandfather, William Ingram Pace.
Millie Nunn, eldest daughter of Ingram and Elizabeth Nunn, married Anxton [Langston] Pace. [Langston and Millie's daughter, Polly Whaly Pace, married John Washington Williams. John and Polly's Bible records are online thanks to Gary Pitcock. Also, their daughter, Sarah Williams, married Isham D. Kidwell on 12 Jun 1851. More about him here.]
According to Kentucky: A History of the State, Battle, Perrin, & Kniffin, 3rd ed., 1886, "ISHAM D. KIDWELL was born January 30, 1829, in Monroe County, where he grew up and now resides. His father, William Kidwell, was born about 1795, in Virginia. At the age of about twelve years he removed with his parents to Monroe County (then Cumberland), where he resided until his death. He was a son of Matthew Kidwell, formerly of Maryland and latterly of Virginia. He was a soldier in the Revolutinary war under Gen. Morgan. William Kidwell was twice married; his first wife, whom he married about 1818, was Mary F.,daughter of Ephraim and Anna (Peak) Dicken. To their union one son and five daughters were born, of whom Isham D. is the fourth child. The marriage of our subject with Sarah A., daughter of John W. and Mary (Pace) Williams, took place June 12, 1851. To them have been born John F., Martin D., Samuel T., Parmelia (Hammel), Nancy C. and Mary F. Mr. Kidwell started life first as a teacher and farmer and afterward as a merchant, in which latter business he has engaged since 1852. By idustry and economy he has become the owner of about 600 acres of land in a fine state of cultivation, besides which he is the owner of a good store, well stocked with marketable goods. He was for several years magistrate and member of the court of claims of Monroe County, and is at present the postmaster at Meshack postoffice. He is a believer in the doctrines of the Christian Church, and in politics is a stanch Democrat."
Elizabeth, daughter of Ingram and Elizabeth Nunn, married Ingram Alexander [Henry County, Virginia, Marriage Bonds, 1778-1849 page 1 Jan. 14, 1800], and both daughters and their husbands lived on Marrowbone creek, in Cumberland county, Ky. Willie Ann, daughter of Ingram and Elizabeth Nunn, married Henry Clark, and Sallie, daughter of Ingram and Elizabeth Nunn, married William I. Pace. [Carolyn Murphy shared the following statement: "Willie Ann was most likely a daughter of Ingram's from a previous unknown relationship. Willie Ann was born about 1760 and Ingram's wife Elizabeth was born about 1756. Ingram and Elizabeth married in 1773 which is thirteen years after Willie Ann's birth. Ingram was already approximately 33 years old at the time of his marriage to Elizabeth. It is quite possible that he had been married previously to whomever was Willie Ann's true mother. Willie Ann would still have been a half sister to Sallie, Elizabeth, and Millie.]
My grandfather, William I. Pace, and my great uncles, Henry Clark, Anxton [Langston] Pace and Ingram Alexander, all four married sisters.
Ingram and his wife and Henry Clark and his wife all lived and died in Henry County, Virginia.
[Henry and Willie Ann's daughter, Ruth Clark, married John Draper in Henry County VA on 26 Feb 1810. They are reported to have had at least 8 children. They lived in Cumberland County KY before moving to Indianapolis IN in the 1820's. Ruth is said to have died about 1830.]
[Henry and Willie Ann's daughter, Frances Clark, married Thomas Nunn on 31 Oct 1809 in Henry County VA. According to one report, they had at least 4 children: George, Martha, Elbert, and Elizabeth. Thomas Nunn died in Henry County VA. Frances is reported to have died in Saline County MO where she was living with her son Elbert and his family as late as the 1880 census (Saline County MO, page 439A). Elbert and Jane Nunn had at least 4 children: Eliza, Lee, Joseph, and Thomas.]
THE PACE FAMILY
John Pace lived and died in Henry county, Virginia. He was the father of thirteen children, only two of whom I knew, William Ingram and Anxton. [According to his will, John Pace had the following children with Elizabeth Nunn Pace: William Ingram, Lucy, Thomas, Susannah, Elizabeth, Sarah, John, and Polly; and the following children with Mary Baker Stone: James Baker, Greenville Thompson, Jerman W., Lucinda Thompson, and Matilda Patterson. Anxton (Langston) was actually John Pace's brother, uncle to William Ingram Pace. Langston also named a son William Ingram.]
William Ingram, son of John Pace, was born July 8th, 1773, and died Dec. 18th, 1843. [See his will here.] He married Sallie Nunn, who was born May 15, 1779, and died Sept. 21st, 1859. They were married Nov. 24th, 1796. They were buried two miles East of Summer Shade at their old home, leaving fourteen children. These are their names and generations:
Elizabeth Dunn Pace, daughter of W. I. Pace, was born Nov. 20th, 1799, died Oct. 19th, 1879, and was buried at her old home place. She married Joseph Clark, Dec. 13th, 1815, and he died about 1824, leaving five children.
Nancy Ferris Clark, daughter of Elizabeth D. Clark, was born July 20th, 1817, married John L. Bybee, Oct. 24, 1833, and died Feb. 3, 1902. She had thirteen children.
Henry Clay Bybee, born Aug. 14, 1834, who married Eliza Watt, Oct 6, 1858. [The 1880 census shows Henry and Eliza with 7 daughters: Lillie, Emer, Bettie, Mattie, Minnie, Nanny, and Mary; and a son: Joseph. (Metcalfe County KY, page 225D)]
Jemimia E. Bybee, daughter of Nancy Bybee, born Sept. 30, 1836, married London Pace, June 7, 1857. London P. Pace, her husband, was born 1835, died March 23, 1897, and was buried at the old Bybee home, two miles East of Coral Hill, where John L. Bybee and Nancy F. Bybee were buried. She and her children live near Horse Cave. [London and Jemima were shown in the 1880 census with 5 children: nancy, Sanford, Ella, Frank, and Fountain. (Hart County KY, District 80, pages 323D-324A)]
Christopher T. Bybee, son of Nancy F. Bybee, born July 8, 1838, married M.J. Howard, Sept. 6, 1865, died April 18, 1877, and was buried at Walnut Hill. He left three children. His widow lives at Edmonton, Ky.
Mark Dougherty Bybee, born Sept. 17, 1839, died in the West, I know not when.
Joseph J. Bybee, son of Nancy Bybee, born June 25, 1842, died June 20, 1864. He was in the war.
W. Ely Bybee, son of Nancy Bybee, born July 16, 1844, married Eliza F. Pedigo, Feb. 10, 1875. They have no children, and now live in Louisville, Ky.
Thomas Munford Bybee, son of Nancy Bybee, born Oct. 4, 1846, married C.C. Twyman, Nov. 14, 1866. He has eleven children and now live at Munfordville.
Mary A. Bybee, daughter of Nancy Bybee, born Sept 11, 1848, married William J. Warder, Nov. 13, 1866. He died June 1885 and was buried at Mt. Moriah. She died Nov. 22, 1900 and was buried at the same place. They had three children, two boys and one girl.
[According to Augustine (Augie) Warder Royalty, Mary Ann Bybee and her husband James William Warder had three children: Charles A. Warder (b. 12 May 1868; d. 12 Dec 1944 in Hart Co KY), Edwin E. Warder , and N. Lillian Warder Gillock (b. 16 Dec 1883; d. 2 Mar 1933 in Horse Cave KY). Augie's great-grandfather, Joseph V. Warder was James William Warder's brother. Augie also indicates that James William Warder left a will signed 18 Mar 1886 which is on a LDS film and is cited in a Pace family file.]
[According to the Metcalfe County, Kentucky Cemetery Records, Volume 1 (1983), J.W. and Mary A Warder are buried in the Shirley-Urie Gossett cemetery which is located on the Randolph-Mt. Moriah road north of Summer Shade. The dates given for Mary match those given by Clark. No dates are given for J.W. Also, Edwin E. Warder (b. 31 Mar 1871; d. 10 Apr 1928) and his wife Sallie E. Warder (b. 22 Jan 1871; d. 12 Dec 1916) are buried in the Summer Shade cemetery.]
Sanford R. Bybee, born March 4, 1861, married a Miss Loving Feb 1886. They have no children and live at the old Bybee place.
A.F. Bybee, daughter of Nancy Bybee, born March 21, 1853, married Jot F. Wilson, Nov. 25, 1872, died Feb. 1892, and was buried at the old Bybee home place. She left six children.
Sallie C. Bybee, daughter of Nancy Bybee, born June 20, 1855, married Robert H. Gatewood, Jan. 5, 1878. She died Feb. 10, 1896 and was buried at the old Bybee place. He died April 30, 1905, and was buried at the old Bybee place, leaving four daughters. They live at Coral Hill, Ky.
Walter M. Bybee, son of Nancy Bybee, born March 3, 1857, married Mary Wilson, May 27, 1883. They live two miles East of Cave City, Ky.
Sallie Belle Bybee, daughter of Nancy Bybee, born Jan. 2, 1859, married Charlie R. Smith, March 19, 1884 and have six children and live two miles Northeast of Coral Hill, Ky.
William Winchester Clark, son of Joseph and Elizabeth Clark, was born in 1819, married Caroline Sartin 1842, had three children, and died in 1853 and was buried at the old Sartin place, two miles Northwest of Summer Shade. [The Metcalfe County cemetery records book shows William W. Clark, son of Jas. and Elizabeth D. Clark buried at the Baldock-Jeff Shirley cemetery which is located 2.8 miles west of Summer Shade off of highway 90. His dates given are born October 20, 1818, died January 16, 1853.] His widow married Stephen B. White and moved to Paris, Ill., where she and two daughters died and were buried, leaving one living. [According to the 1860 census, Caroline and Stephen White were living in Metcalfe County KY (page 111, household 756) with her three daughters by William Clark: Malissa, Sarah, and Cordelia.]
Joseph Jefferson Clark, son of Joseph and Elizabeth Clark, was born 1821, and died 1863 and was buried at the old Buck Nunn place, on the head waters of Little Barren river, unmarried.
Thomas Nunn Clark, son of Joseph and Elizabeth Clark, was born Jan. 1823, married Elizabeth Sartin 1841. [2 Mar 1843 (Barren Marriage Book, page 45)] She was born Jan. 19, 1824. He died in 1894 and his wife died in 1896. he, his wife and eight children were buried at the Petty burying ground, now Obediah Franklin's, two miles Northwest of Summer Shade. [Thomas N. and Elizabeth Clark are buried in the Clark-Obe Franklin cemetery about 2.7 miles north of Summer Shade off of Highway 640 according to the Metcalfe County cemetery book. Thomas' dates are born January 29, 1823, died September 10, 1894. Elizabeth was born Januar 4, 1824 and died August 6, 1900 according to this book. That does not agree with Clark. Listed in a line with Thomas and Elizabeth are (1) infant daughter, November 1869; (2) Lewis S. Clark, b. March 3, 1859, d. May 27, 1865; (3) William J. Clark, b. December 3, 1849, d. March 5, 1864; (4) Josephus Clark, b. January 19, 1844, d. February 5, 1860; (5) infant daughter, February 1858; (6) Lucinda Clark, b. March 1, 1852, d. November 9, 1857; (7) Thomas N. Clark, b. February 4, 1856, d. October 30, 1856; and (8) Caroline Clark, b. June 29, 1847, d. June 16, 1856.]
Joseph Clark, their son, married Eliza Boone, and lives at Summer Shade, Ky. [Joseph and Eliza Clark (on same stone) are buried in the Summer Shade cemetery. Joseph was born September 12, 1853 and died July 10, 1935. Eliza was born September 12, 1862 and died April 14, 1926.]
Crittenden G. Clark Family Critton G. Clark married Fannie Harbison, and now live at Rushville, Ind. [There is a Crittenden G. Clark buried next to Joseph and Eliza Clark in the Summer Shade cemetery with dates of 1861-1925. According to his death certificate, Crittenden was born 20 Jul 1861, and died 23 Jun 1925. The picture to the right is of Crittenden, Fannie, and their son, Lawrence Lemon Clark. It is provided by Joe Clark, Crittenden and Fannie's great-grandson.]
Sarah Clark, daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth Clark, born 1824, married Mark Dougherty in 1841. He died in Mississippi, and she died in Tennessee. [Mary Sue Smith, a descendent of Mark and Sarah Dougherty, indicates that Mark died 22 June 1869 and is buried in Auburntown, Cannon County TN.] They left children in both states. [Census records show 9 children: William, Martha, Fidelia, Susan, Dick, Almeda, Joe, Mary, and A.W. (1850: Barren County KY, District 2, page 463; 1860: Barren County KY, Glasgow, page 62)]
Nancy Gatewood Pace, daughter of William I. and Sallie Pace, born July 21, 1800, married Samuel Clark 1819 [22 Dec 1818 (Barren Marriage Book, page 45)]. He died Oct. 1827 and was buried at Dixon Springs, Tenn. His wife died July 23, 1884 and was buried at the old Pace place. [While it was very difficult to read, Nancy Gatewood Pace Clark's tombstone indicates a death year of 1883. From a personal visit to cemetery on 6 Jun 2000 by Charles and Betty Hartley. The cemetery is located on a knoll on the east side of Highway 163 just north of Highway 90 east of Summer Shade. This was apparently the old Pace place.] She had seven children.
Sallie Ann Clark, daughter of Samuel and Nancy G. Clark, born 1820, drowned in a tan vat 1823 and was buried at Dixon Springs, Tenn.
Elizabeth Murrell Clark, daughter of Samuel and Nancy G. Clark, was born June 21, 1821, married John Neville in 1842, and died in 1865 and was buried at the Petty graveyard. She left no children.
Eliza Francis Clark was born Sept. 13, 1822, married Wade Veluzat in 1839 [27 May 1838 (Barren Marriage Book, page 267)]. He died Jan 16, 1875, and was buried at Horse Cave, leaving one child. [Anita Veluzat Bryan provided the following information about Wade Veluzat: "Began mature career at Randolph in Barren County. Earned living as schoolmaster. Appointed postmaster of Randolph & Winsom in Barren Co. on August 10, 1861. During the Civil War he had a store in Randolph. Said to have close ties to Abraham Lincoln - was given a laptop wooden desk by Lincoln for services rendered, perhaps for gathering intelligence. Guerilla forces confiscated some of his merchandise and forced him and his son, Lewis, to burn the remainder. He moved to Horse Cave in 1865 and was a banker, having founded the Caverna Bank. Tombstone reads: Wade Veluzat, October 29, 1819 - January 16, 1875. Established First Hart County Bank; Built First Brick Building in Hart County; Extensive Land Owner; Union Co. Civil War; Personal Friend of Abraham Lincoln."]
[Of Eliza, his wife, Anita said, "Tombstone reads 'Devoted member of the Baptist Church, Biblical scholar, member of one of Kentucky's oldest and historical families.'"]
Lewis Veluzat, son of Wade and Eliza Veluzat, who married Mary Shirley and had eight children, five of whom are living in Horse Cave, Ky. [The 1880 census for Hart County KY (Horse Cave District, page 281A) shows 7 children: Eugene, Fannie, Henry, Millie, John, Raymond and Eliza.]
Eliza Francis Clark Veluzat, widow of Wade Veluzat, married Robert Sublett, of Horse Cave, Ky.
William Henry Clark [This is the author of this booklet.], son of Samuel and Nancy G. Clark, was born Jan. 11, 1824, married Katie Ann Lawson, May 23, 1843. She died Dec. 22, 1861, and was buried at Brownsville, Ky. They had eight children. He then married Francis Nichols, widow of T.Y. Nichols, who was a Miss Hatcher before her first marriage. They were married April 10, 1862. She died Jan. 16, 1897 and was buried at Coral Hill, Ky., and had nine children.
Those by the first marriage are: Palveneure G. Clark, born March 12, 1845, and married O.H. Fishback, Dec 10, 1867 and had three children, Frederick Jessie, Aubrey Clark and Francis Alma. O.H. Fishback was born March 12, 1834, and died jan 24, 1903 and was buried in Odd Fellow's cemetery, Glasgow, Ky.
Frederick Jessie Fishback, oldest son of O.H. and P.G. Fishback, was born Nov. 9, 1870 and married Mary E. Ford, Nov. 9, 1897, and lives in Louisville, Ky.
Aubrey C. Fishback, second son of O.H. and P.G. Fishback, was born March 25, 1878, and married M.E. Wilcoxon, May 31, 1900 and lives in Louisville, Ky.
Francis Alma Fishback, only daughter of O.H. and his widow, live at Glasgow Junction, Ky.
Elizabeth Francis Clark, born Aug. 23, 1846, married March 23, 1865, to W.L. Hazelip. They had two children but both died.
Quintilla Clark, daughter of William Henry Clark, was born Feb. 19, 1848, died April 23, 1848 and was buried at the Petty graveyard, now Obediah Franklin's place.
Samuel Walter Clark, was born April 4, 1849, and married Emma Dougherty in 1872 and had two children. Both died and were buried at Glasgow at the Robert Myers old home. Samuel Walter Clark and his wife now live in Springdale, Ark.
William Jackson Clark, was born Jan 8, 1852, married Mattie Warder, Jan. 20, 1874. They had five children, two are dead. One of them was buried at Horse Cave and the other at Glasgow, Ky. William Jackson Clark and his wife now live at Franklin, Ky. They have three living children, Walter E, Velma and Mary E. Velma was married to Richard Boyd, in June 1905.
The following information is provided by Richard S. Clark. [William Jackson Clark, b. 8 January 1852 in Kentucky, died 2 April 1913 in Marion County, Indiana. Buried at Glasgow Municipal Cemetery, section ECIR E 19.
Martha "Mattie" A. Warder, b. January 1851, died 1916 in Tullahoma, Coffee County, Tennessee. Buried at Glasgow Municipal Cemetery, section ECIR E 19. Note that son Walter listed his mother as his next of kin on his World War I draft registration dated September 1918, giving her residence as Tullahoma, Tennessee. Walter's occupation was given as salesman, living in a hotel in Princeton, Illinois. He may not have known of his mother's death in 1916.
Children: Walter Elvis Clark, b. 3 April 1875 in Kentucky, died April 1964. Not in Kentucky Death Index; Social Security residence given as Indiana. Buried Glasgow Municipal Cemetery, section ECIR E 22. Velma Elizabeth Clark, b. 18 October 1878 in Kentucky, died September 1969 in Tennessee. Married Richard Hardy Boyd, with five known children. Mary Ellen Clark, born November 1880 in Kentucky, burial recorded 12 May 1962. Never married. Not in Kentucky Death Index, may have died in Indiana (near brother Walter) or in Tennessee (near sister Velma). Buried next to brother Walter in Glasgow Municipal cemetery, section ECIR E 22. Georgie Stanton Clark, daughter of W. J. and M. A. Clark, born 6 September 1889, died 1 June 1890. Buried with parents in section ECIR E 19, Glasgow Municipal Cemetery.
William Henry Clark stated that Mattie had 5 children, 3 living as of 1905. In both the 1900 and 1910 census, Mattie shows she was the mother of only 4 children, 3 living. That conflicts with William Henry Clark's statement that the couple had a child buried at Horse Cave. I have no information to confirm or deny the remark, but only note the conflicting records.
Wayne Hatcher was kind enough to find the markers for William Jackson Clark and family, and has uploaded photos to their Find A Grave memorials.]
Sanford Rainey Clark, was born Oct. 21, 1853, and died Feb. 6, 1854 and was buried one mile Southwest of Edmonton, Ky, where Bridgewater now lives, two hundred yards South of his house.
Sallie Ann Clark, daughter of W. H. and Katie Ann Clark, was born May 3, 1856, and died Oct. 1856 and was buried at Glasgow at Dick Garnett's old place, half mile South.
Mary Bell Clark, was born Oct. 16, 1859 and died Aug. 23, 1887 and was buried in Odd Fellow's cemetery, Glasgow, Ky. [Note that the Odd Fellow's cemetery is now the Glasgow Municipal Cemetery. Mary is buried with brother William Jackson Clark in section ECIR E 19, and has a marker with only her initials "M B C".]
The children of W. H. Clark by his second marriage are:
Laura Ella Clark, born April 15, 1863, married James Williams and have ten living children and one dead. Those living are: Vance Elmer, Inez Lee, Essie Nora, Willie D., Eddie Elbert, James Arthur, Zela, Lizzie Pearl, Nellie Ethel and the baby. [A note written on my photocopy of the booket indicates that the baby was named Mabel Fern.]
Eliza Cora Clark, born March 1, 1865, married James Goff and had one child, Clifton. She then married Albert Williams and has three chidren by this marriage, Welby, Jack and Paul.
Henry Hinkley Clark, born Jan. 30, 1870, married Fannie Gum, Dec. 6, 1896 and have four children, Emma Francis, John Henry, Aubrey Morris and Myrtle Clark.
Princeton Alonzo Clark, born April 8, 1867, died April 28, 1875, and was buried at the McMillin graveyard.
Benjamin Arthur Clark was born August 8, 1873, and lives at home unmarried. [A written note on the photocopy indicates that he died 13 Apr 1938. The Kentucky Death Index indicates that a Benjaman A. Clark died in Barren County on 4 Apr 1938 at the age of 65.]
Ada Ethel and Ida Irene Clark were born February 12, 1875. Ada Ethel married John Vaughn, Dec. 27, 1893, and to them four children were born, two of which are dead and buried at Coral Hill. A son and daughter, Willie and Mamie Vaughn, live at Coral Hill. Ida Irene married Rody Bagby, Oct. 23, 1897, and to them one child was born which died in infancy. They also reside at Coral Hill.
Porter Garvin Clark was born May 8, 1878, and was married to Bettie Parker Dec. 24, 1899. They have three children, Nellie, Claude and Nina Clark. [Richard S. Clark shared this information: "In all, Porter and Betty had 10 children, the last of whom died in 2003. Their son Sam, my grandfather, died in 1976."]
Selby Clark was born Oct. 21, 1880, is unmarried and lives at home.
William H. Clark married Mattie R. Moore, his third wife, Sept. 9, 1897, and live at Coral Hill. There is no children by this union.
Lucinda S. Clark, daughter of Nancy and Samuel Clark, was born March 3, 1824, [Lucinda S. Clark was born 3 Mar 1825 according to a note written on the photocopy.] and was married to William Bowles [26 Jan] 1841. He [was born 2 Nov 1818 and] died in 1867 [30 Mar 1867] and she in 1868. [Lucinda was still alive at the 1870 Metcalfe County KY census (Edmonton Precinct, household 274/269). She died 18 Feb 1872 according to a descendent. On 27 Apr 1872, her son, Samuel, gave his power of attorney to E. Witty to represent him as administrator in the settlement of her estate. (Metcalfe County KY Deed Book 2, Page 304)] Both were buried at the old Bowles place near the head of Fallen Timber creek. They had nine children, Samuel, Jefferson, Crittenden, Te, James, Marcellus, and three daughters whose names I do not know. Jefferson died about 1853 and was buried at the old Bowles place. All the others, if living, are in Kansas and the west.
Joseph Jefferson Clark, son of Nancy and Samuel Clark, was born July 27, 1826, and was married to Katy Harbison April 25, 1846. He died Feb. 19, 1859 and was buried at the Petty graveyard. They had three children, Martin Luther, born March 5, 1851 [actually 1858], married Lou Neville. [Martin and Lou married in Metcalfe County KY on 22 Sep 1885. According to the 1870 Metcalfe census, Lou was actually named Lucinda. She is listed with her parents, James M. and Clementine Nevill. According to Barren County marriage records, James M. Nevill married Clementina Turner in 1858.] They had ten children and reside at Franklin, Ky. [The 1900 and 1910 Simpson County KY censuses show the following children: Hazel, Vera, Ray, Victoria, Mary, Roger, John, Ruby, and Lillian. According to the Kentucky Death Index, Martin died at the age of 61 on 23 Jul 1919. Lucinda lived until 13 Feb 1958. She was 99.] Katy Ann, daughter of Joseph J. and Katy Clark, was born Feb. 15, 1853 and was married to a Mr. Schulp; they live in California, have no children.
According to Nancy Beinhorn, whose husband is connected to the Schulp line, Katy Clark married John Schulp on 26 Oct 1882 in Sacromento County CA. M. L. Clark, presumably her brother Martin Luther Clark, was a witness to the marriage. John was born in Holland on 15 Jul 1848 and immigrated to America on 20 Feb 1868, arriving at New York. Kate Ann Schulp died 1 Nov 1916. John died after 1922. They had no children.
Ellen, daughter of Joseph J. and Katy Clark, born May 6, 1855, and married a Mr. Harrison and has one daughter. They live in California.
[The 1850 Barren County census (District 2, Page 461, household 811/829) lists Joseph J. Clark, age 23, with Nancy J. Clark, age 18, and Nancy G. Clark, age 50. Nancy G. Clark is Joseph's mother, Nancy Gatewood Pace Clark. Joseph J. Clark and Nancy J. Harbison married on 25 Apr 1849 (Marriage Records of Barren County, Kentucky 1799-1849 - The First Fifty Years by Martha Powell Harrison, 1984, page 44) A message to the South-Central Kentucky mailing list that contains an essay written by Logan Harbison, a descendant, identifies Nancy as a daughter of Matthew and Elizabeth (Bybee) Harbison.]
[Also, Richard Clark points out that following Joseph's death, Nancy remarried to John J. Pool, a shoe and boot maker. They appear in the 1860 Metcalfe County KY census (East Fork PO, page 31) with these children: Ann E. Clark, Mary E. Clark, and Martin L. Clark.]
Nancy Hayden Clark, daughter of Nancy G. and Samuel Clark, was born Sept. 9, 1827. She married Austin W. Bowles Jan. 1, 1846, and he died July 4, 1863 and was buried at the old Bowles place. Nancy H. Bowles, died Feb. 19, 1875, and was buried at the old Bowles place. [Austin and Nancy Bowles are buried in the Nunnally cemetery on Wilber Glass Road north of Summer Shade. This was apparently the old Bowles place.] She had eight children, four boys and four girls. Crittenden Sharp Bowles, son of Nancy H. and Austin W. Bowles, was born Dec. 5, 1846, and was drowned in North Platt river in Nebraska July 4, 1869, and was buried there. John Dandridge Bowles, son of Nancy H. and Austin W. Bowles was born Aug. 23, 1848. He married Susan E. Nevill Sept. 25, 1873 and they had eleven children whose names are as follows: Hattie A., born October 28, 1874. Married William Hays Oct. 21, 1901. Have one child and reside in Texas. Clarence P. Bowles, born March 1875. Bernia M. Bowles born Sept. 12, 1877. Flora M. Bowles, born March 22, 1879. Mattie V. Bowles, born May 27, 1881. Perne Bowles, born May 22, 1884; died May 15, 1885 and was buried in Summer Shade cemetery. Dample Bowles, born April 1, 1886. Ocil W. Bowles, born Oct. 28, 1889. Lelia Ethel Bowles, born March 14, 1893, and is living at Summer Shade, Ky.
Nancy Elizabeth Bowles, daughter of Nancy and Austin Bowles, born Nov. 26, 1850, married James C. Hord, Oct. 10, 1878, has one daughter and live in Kansas. Elizabeth Bowles Hord, daughter of Nancy E. and James C. Hord, was born about 1882 and lives at home unmarried. [James and Bettie Hord had a second daughter they named Lulu Haden Hord, but called Hadie. Haddie was born 22 Jan 1886 and died at the age of three on 2 Nov 1889. She is buried in the Summer Shade Cemetery near some of her Bowles relatives. James Hord died on 5 Jul 1937. Bettie had died earlier on 11 Jul 1931. Their daughter Elizabeth Hord died on 7 Jun 1965 in Welllington KS. See tombstone photos.]
Susan Katherine Bowles, daughter of Austin and Nancy H. Bowles, born July 4, 1853, married Benjamin H. Rush Sept. 2, 1888 and live in Kansas and have no children. [Susan died on 9 Feb 1914 and is buried in Wellington KS. See also additional information.]
William C. Bowles, son of Austin and Nancy H. Bowles, was born April 12, 1856, married Sophia Veluzat Oct. 10, 1888, live at Summer Shade and have three children. [William Clark (b. April 12, 1856, d. December 22, 1915) and Sophia Francis Veluzat (b. October 9, 1862, d. September 16, 1928) Bowles are buried in the Summer Shade cemetery.]
[They had five children. The first, Archie, was stillborn on 13 Jan 1890. Second was Olive Connie Bowles, born 3 Aug 1891. She first married James Sherman White on 12 Feb 1930 in Barren County. Sherman White was a widower, having first been married to Sallie Ballard who died on 29 Feb 1928. Sherman died on 21 Mar 1942 in Barren County, and Connie next married J.W. Ferguson on 28 Sep 1945 in Barren County. Connie died on 20 Jul 1954. Next was Gilford M. Bowles, b. 5 Jun 1893, d. 29 May 1929. He married Rosa Morgan. The fourth child was Ola D. Bowles, b. abt 1896, d. 23 Jul 1983. She married Emmett Creacy. William and Sophia's final child, S.R. was born 29 Aug 1898, died as an infant on 15 Jun 1900. All of these dates come from the Metcalfe County, Kentucky Cemetery Records book, from death certificate records, or from marriage records located in Barren County.]
Marion Francis Bowles, son of Austin W. and Nancy H. Bowles, was born July 19, 1858, married Maud Greer Oct. 28, 1903 and live in Oregon. [According to her death certificate (Baker County OR, #3558) Maude Agnes Bowles was born 20 Mar 1871 in Union County OR to T. T. and Nancy (Duncan) Geer. Maude died on 26 May 1907 in Baker County OR. Her death certificate identifies her husband as M. F. Bowles. Theodore T. Geer, Maude's father, was governor of Oregon from 1899-1903.]
[Marion moved to Chico, California sometime between 1920-1927. He died there 6 May 1927. His sister, Delia, paid to have his remains brought to Kansas, and he is buried in the Prairie Lawn Cemetery near his sisters.]
Lucinda Castine Bowles, daughter of Austin W. and Nancy H. Bowles, born Aug. 6, 1860, married James F. Love Dec. 23, 1896, live at Milan, Kans., and have no children. [James died 4 Oct 1923. Lucinda lived until 23 Apr 1939. See also additional information.]
Cordelia Ann Bowles, daughter of Austin W. and Nancy H. Bowles, was born Aug. 19, 1862, live in Kansas and is unmarried. [Delia married R. F. Beard in Wichita KS on 24 May 1917. According to the marriage affidavit, he was 69, she was 54. She is buried in the Praire Lawn Cemetery in Wellington KS, next to her siblings under the name Cordeliah Beard. Delia died on 5 Jan 1949. See also additional information.]
Thomas Nunn Pace, son of W. I. and Sallie Pace, was born Dec. 5, 1801, married Docia Williams, she died May 3, 1841 and was buried at the Petty graveyard. Had seven children. [There is a tombstone in the Pace-Hensley cemetery that reads "In memory of Thomas N. Pace." The dates on it are b. December 5, 1801, d. May 4, 1893. This stone is next to that of his sister, Nancy Gatewood Pace Clark.]
W. O. Pace, son of Thomas N. and Docia Pace, born Dec. 7, 1823, married M. E. Young, Dec. 15, 1846. She was born July 1, 1826, died April 3, 1902, buried at Horse Cave cemetery and had nine children. [William O. Pace died 1 Oct 1912 in Hart County KY (see death certificate). Mary Elizabeth "Bettie" Young was a daughter of William and Mary (Slaughter) Young.]
William T. Pace, son of W. O. and Mary Young Pace, born Sept. 8, 1847, married July 27, 1875, lives at Monroe, Hart county, Ky. [A biography of Dr. William Thomas Pace is shown below. Dr. Pace died on 15 Oct 1925.]
DR. WILLIAM THOMAS PACE may be classed among the most extensive practioners and best-read physicians of Metcalfe County. He was born in Cumberland County, September 8, 1847. When a child of about two years his parents removed to the vicinity of the present village of Summer Shade, and from thence, in his eighth year, to Antioch. After two years spent there he removed to La Fayette, where he still resides. His father, William O. Pace, was born December 7, 1823, also in Cumberland County. He is a son of Thomas N. Pace, who was born December 15, 1801, and who is still living. Thomas N. is a son of William I., who was a native of Virginia, and a soldier in the Revolutionary war. William O. Pace was married, in 1846, to Mary E., daughter of William and Mary (Slaughter) Young. She was born July 1, 1826. Their offspring are Dr. William T., Edward Y., Cordelia A. (Wells), Mary D. (Newman), Ann E., Francis and Emma. Dr. Pace married, July 27, 1875, Dora, daughter of John L. and Eliza (Minton) Wilcoxson. Their children are as follows: Minnie F., Daisy B., Mary E. and Lewis O. Dr. Pace commenced the study of medicine under Dr. S. R. Higgason, with whom he read for about two years, and in 1871 he entered the medical department of the Louisville University, from which he graduated in 1874, and immmediately commenced the practice of his profession at La Fayette, where he has since continued with more than average success. He is a member of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, and in politics a Democrat. From Kentucky: A History of the State, Battle, Perrin, & Kniffin, 3rd ed., 1886. Metcalfe County.
C. [Cordelia] A. Pace, daughter of W. O. and M. E. Pace, was born Sept. 22, 1850, married J. D. Wells, Oct. 21, 1877, have no children. [According to their marriage bond record in Metcalfe County KY, his first name was John.]
Robert H. Pace, [son of William O. and Mary Elizabeth Pace,] born March 13, 1853, died March 17, 1879, buried near Centre, Ky.
Mary D. Pace, daughter of W. O. and M. E. Pace, was born May 27, 1855, married J. R. Newman, May 15, 1877. He died and she lives at Auburn, Ky. with her children. [According to the 1880 census, there was a son named William A. Newman.]
Ann E. Pace, daughter of W. O. and M. E. Pace, was born Jan. 6, 1861, married J. W. Perkins, Nov. 19, 1895. He died and she married J. C. Smith Nov. 7, 1900, have one child and lives near Bearwallow, Ky., in Hart county.
E. Y. Pace, daughter of W. O. and M. E. Pace, was born March 14, 1863, died Jan. 7, 1902, buried at Horse Cave, Ky. [According to the 1880 census (Metcalfe County KY, page 195C) this is actually Edward Y. Pace, a son.]
Frances C. Pace, daughter of W. O. and M. E. Pace, was born May 16, 1865, is unmarried and lives at home.
Elizabeth E. Pace, daughter of W. O. and M. E. Pace, was born July 26, 1867, married Joseph M. Nunn Jan. 14, 1892, have no children. [See death certificate.]
Sallie V. Pace, daughter of W. O. and M. E. Pace, born Jan. 3, 1872, died Oct. 28, 1872, was buried near Centre, Ky.
Sallie Ann Pace, daughter of T. N. and Docia Pace, was born Sept. 1, 1826, married Thomas W. Patterson Jan. 11, 1849, died Nov. 2, 1873, buried near Edmonton, Ky. Thomas Patterson died about 1902 and is buried at the same place. They left several children who lives in Nebraska. [The 1870 census for Metcalfe County KY (household 46/46) shows the following children: John, James William, Millard, Joseph, Henry, Sarah, Evira, and V.A. (a female).]
Joseph C. Pace, son of T. N. and Docia Pace, was born Feb. 2, 1829 and lives in Missouri. [Joseph Clark Pace lived in Lawrence County MO with his wife Juletta and their six children: Elias, Nancy, S. A. (female), Harriet, Ira, and David. (1880 Federal Census: Missouri, Lawrence County, Vineyard, page 472A; and 1900 Federal Census: Missouri, Lawrence, Vineyard Township, ED 88, sheet 27)]
Elizabeth F. Pace, daughter of T. N. and Docia Pace, was born March 13, 1831, married a Mr. Alexander.[Actually was Lewis Allen. See the Henry County MO bios page for details.] She died in Oklahoma, June 5, 1904.
Edward B. Pace, son of T. N. and Docia Pace, was born Oct. 6, 1833, married F. C. Wade, Sept. 17, 1857. She died July 15, 1900, buried at Marrowbone cemetery, and had no children. Edward B. Pace's second wife was Katherine Gill. [Edward died on 4 Apr 1915.]
John A. Pace, son of T. N. and Docia Pace, born March 29, 1838, married Mary Alexander, April 27, 1865. He died Feb. 14, 1888, buried in Linn county, Mo. [According to the 1880 Linn County MO census (Jackson Township, page 567B), John and Mary had three children: Martha, Cora, and Robert.]
Henry S. Pace, son of T. N. and Docia Pace, was born Aug. 9, 1838, married M. T. Barton, June 3, 1866. He died June 25, 1902, buried at Marrowbone cemetery. Have some children and his widow lives at Marrowbone.
[Henry Slaughter Pace and Mary T. "Mollie" Barton, his wife, had 12 children: Sidney, James Edward, Mary "Mamie", Nettie, Kate, Fannie, Sue, Henry Schooling, Beulah, Walter Thomas, Stanley Dan, and Sally "Patty".]
Millie M Pace, daughter of W. I. and Sallie Pace, was born Dec. 20, 1803, married Abner Harvey, Dec. 18, 1821, had five children, their names are as follows: Greenville Harvey, son of Abner and Millie M. Harvey, was born in 1822. Betsey Harvey, daughter of Abner and Millie M. Harvey, was born in 1823. Almerine, son of Abner and Millie M. Harvey, was born in 1825. Jane Harvey, daughter of Abner and Millie M. Harvey was born in 1827. Joseph, son of Abner and Millie M. Harvey, was born in 1829. Abner Harvey moved with his family to Coal county, Mo., in 1833. I don't know anything more about them.
Sanford Rainey Pace, son of W. I. and Sallie Pace, was born Sept. 4, 1805, married Meekness Nunnally, May 17, 1826. He died in 1858, buried at the old Gee graveyard at the head of Nobob creek. She died about 1854 and was buried at the same place. [Sanford (b. September 4, 1805, d. May 31, 1857) and Meakness P. (b. 1806, d. April 16, 1854) Pace are buried in the Gee-Harvey cemetery on the second road off Highway 163, eight tenths of a mile from Highway 90 near Summer Shade, according to the Metcalfe County cemetery book.] They had 6 children. [Clark identifies 5, and I have found no others.]
Ingram Pace, son of Sanford R. and Meekness Pace, was born 1828, married a Miss Trigg in 1848, died about 1860, had two children, only one which is still living. Sallie Pace, daughter of Ingram Pace and wife, is still living unmarried.
Fountain Pace, son of Sanford R. and Meekness Pace, was born 1830, married a Miss Mitchell in 1850, died at Cloverdale, Metcalfe county in 1854, had one daughter. [The 1860 Metcalfe County KY census (page 37, household 244) identifies Fountain's wife as Lethenia. It also lists two daughters: Leanora and Sarah. Sarah V. Pace married Theophilus Pendleton in Metcalfe County on 17 Oct 1871. Also, it appears that Lethenia Pace, widow of Fountain, married a Frederic T. MIller. They are listed in the 1870 Metcalfe census along with a son, William G. Miller (age 11). Also listed is Velonia S. Pace, age 15, who must be Sarah Velonia Pace.]
Sallie Ann Pace, daughter of Sanford R. and Meekness Pace, was born 1832, married Lis Buckner in 1854, and died in 1859, buried at the old Gee place. [According to the Metcalfe County Cemetery book, Sallie C. Buckner, wife of U.T. Buckner is buried in the Gee-Harvey Cemetery next to her mother, Meekness P. Pace. The dates given for Sallie are 5 Apr 1839 - 17 Nov 1858.]
Princeton Pace, son of Sanford R. and Meekness Pace, was born 1834, died 1847, buried at the old Gee burying ground. [Princeton Pace (b. January 30, 1835, d. February 11, 1850), Nancy A. Pace (b. December 25, 1830, d. December 1, 1833), and P. Pilot Pace (b. December 16, 1845, d. October 16, 1848) are on the same stone in the Gee-Harvey cemetery according to the Metcalfe County cemetery book. They are next to their parents.]
London P. Pace, son of Sanford R. and Meekness Pace, was born 1835, married Jemima Bybee June 7, 1857, died March 1897, buried at the Bybee old graveyard, and had four children. Sanford R. was their oldest son and he lives at Horse Cave, Ky. [The 1880 census (Hart County KY, District 80, pages 323D-324A) lists London and Jemima with 5 children: Nancy, Sanford, Ella, Frank, and Fountain. The 1910 census (Hart County KY, ED 66, sheet 2B) lists Sanford R. Pace with three children: a daughter named March(?), and two sons: Roderick and Aubrey.]
John Jefferson Pace, son of William I. and Sallie Pace, was born August 25, 1807, married Susan Nuckols, April 25, 1833, died August 15, 1864. His wife died about 1844. [Susan must have been alive at least until the birth of her last child, Cordelia Cartine Pace, who was born May 6, 1845 according to a later statement by Mr. Clark.] They were both buried at the old home, one mile Southwest of Summer Shade. They had six children.
Martha Emmerine Pace, daughter of Joseph [actually John] Jefferson and Susan Pace, was born May 18, 1834, married Ezekiel Witty and are living at Summer Shade and have no children. [Ezekiel and Martha Witty are buried in the Summer Shade Cemetery according to page 207 of the Metcalfe County, Kentucky Cemetery Records, Volume 1. Ezekiel's dates are given as b. 2 Nov 1829, d. 14 Mar 1915. Martha's dates are given as b. 18 Nov 1834, d. 10 Nov 1916. A bio of Ezekiel is shown below.]
EZEKIEL WITTY may be classed among the most active enterprising business men of Metcalfe County. He was born in Allen County, Ky., November 2, 1829. When one year old he was brought by his parents to Metcalfe County (then Barren), where he now resides. His father, Milton Witty, was born in North Carolina in November, 1803, and removed in his fourteenth year to Barren County, Ky. He was the son of Ezekiel Witty, who was also born in North Carolina in about 1770, and was of Irish descent. Milton Witty was twice married; first, about 1824, to Agnes, daughter of Edmond and Mary (Hill) Payne. To them have been born Elizabeth (Turner), James W., Ezekiel, Joseph R. and Milton. His second marriage took place about 1848, to Lucy, daughter of John Tudor. Ezekiel Witty was married, February 27, 1857, to Martha E., daughter of John J. and Susan (Nuckols) Pace. Mr. Witty, by his own industry, economy and frugality, has become the owner of all the land on which is now situated the village of Summer Shade. He has disposed of all but about twenty-five acres. He has a comfortable home, and is senior partner in a goods store containing a good stock of dry goods, boots, shoes, hats, caps, groceries, drugs, medicines and farming implements, aggregating usually about $5,000 in value. He is a member of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, and in politics is a Democrat. From Kentucky: A History of the State, Battle, Perrin, & Kniffin, 3rd ed., 1886. Metcalfe County.
Lucinda Katherine Pace, daughter of Joseph [John] J. and Susan Pace, was born Feb. 20, 1837, married Joseph Nevill who was killed at home during the war, by soldiers in 1862, was buried at his father's old home on Fallen Timber creek. He had one child who married John D. Bowles, and lives at Summer Shade, Ky. [This is Susan E. Nevill, b. January 31, 1858, d. August 4, 1925. The dates are from her tombstone in the Summer Shade cemetery.] His widow married William Gill and had two children and he died and also the children and are buried at Summer Shade. [The Metcalfe County Cemetery book lists William and a child as follows in the Summer Shade Cemetery: William M. Gill (29 Aug 1839 - 7 Dec 1898), Ruie L. Gill, daughter of W. M. and L. C. Gill (28 Aug 1874 - 13 Oct 1891). Also, the 1870 Metcalfe County KY census shows a son named John A. Gill, born about 1868 (Sartain Precinct, household 33/32), and the 1880 Metcalfe County census shows a daughter named Raie L. Gill, born about 1875 (Summer Shade, page 240B). Finally, there is a John A. Gill buried in the James McCoy-John Bushong-Gill cemetery (according to the cemetery book) whose dates are 1 Jan 1868 - 5 Aug 1872.] Lucinda Katherine Pace Gill, was married to Edward Pace, about 1903. [This is Edward B. Pace, son of Thomas & Docia Pace. Edward and Catherine (the name she apparently preferred) were living next to John D. Bowles and Ezekiel Witty in the 1910 census (Metcalfe County KY, ED 71, page 13A).]
Joseph Christopher Pace, son of Joseph [John] J.. and Susan Pace, was born Nov. 15, 1838, died May 30, 1863; killed at Shiloh battle. [Joseph enlisted in the Confederate army on 1 Aug 1861 as a private in Company A, 4th Infantry Regiment Kentucky. He was mortally wounded at Shiloh on 7 Apr 1862 according to military records.]
Hezekiah P. Pace, son of Joseph [John] J. and Susan Pace, was born March 2, 1840, died about 1855, and was buried at the old home place on Nobob. [Hezekiah was still living at home with his father in 1860. The census (Metcalfe County KY, page 133) lists him as a school teacher.]
Harriet Hellena Pace, daughter of Joseph [John] J. and Susan Pace was born April 21, 1842, married Newton Daniels about 1860, died July 2, 1904 and was buried in Oklahoma, leaving several children.
Cordelia Cartine Pace, daughter of Joseph [John] J. and Susan Pace, was born May 6, 1845, died Aug 8, 1864, buried at the old home on Nobob.
Ingram Alexander Pace, son of William I. and Sallie Pace, was born April 11, 1809, died April 13, 1813, buried at old Antioch, one mile Southeast of the old Pace home, or one-half mile South of Smith's Cross-Roads.
William Henry Pace, son of William I. and Sallie Pace, was born March 15, 1811, married Lucrecia Hart in Missouri, died and was buried there, leaving two children. He left Kentucky in 1836, went to Missouri and practiced medicine there till death. [The marriage of William Henry Pace and Lucrecia Hart is recorded as taking place on July 11, 1833 in Cooper County, Missouri.]
Eliza Greenwood Pace, daughter of William I. and Sallie Pace, was born Oct. 15, 1812, married Whitfield Button, Nov. 25, 1829. They had three children, two sons and one daughter. The sons died. They moved to Illinois about 1854, and she and her husband died and were buried there. The daughter married in Illinois and had one son, her husband died, leaving her and her son still living, but I don't know the location.
[Whitfield and Eliza G. Button were living near Sanford Pace according to the 1850 Barren County KY census (District 2, page 421, household 256/260). The census showed two children: Marion F. Button, age 15, and Anne S. Button, age 11. Whitfield was a son of John and Lucy (Huffman) Button.
Richard S. Clark shared the following: "Eliza died 11 December 1870, probably in Abingdon, Knox county, Illinois, and was buried in the Abingdon cemetery. Whitfield's third wife was still a resident of Abingdon in the 1900 census, two years after his death, so perhaps he died there, too. Whitfield's marker shows that he died 6 July 1898. The Illinois Statewide Marriage Index shows that he was issued a license in Knox county that was not used, and in the very same month, issued one in McDonough county for the very same bride, Margaret Elzina Robinson, who would become his widow. ... I have posted the photos online, and they can be found at the following link. Buried there is Whitfield, his first wife Eliza Greenwood Pace, his second wife Hannah R. Hughes, his son Christopher C. and daughter Ann S. (both Eliza's children). Christopher had married just months prior to his death, in Henderson county, Illinois, where brother Marion Francis Button was a practicing attorney. Marion died in Oquawka, Henderson county, Illinois on 24 August 1867, leaving a son Frank who later moved to Lexington, Kentucky and died there in 1933.
Richard continues, "Actually, several of William Henry Clark's remarks concerning the family are inaccurate. Son Talbert G. Button was born 1830 and died 1831 in Barren county. He seems to imply that Eliza and Whitfield's other two sons, Francis Marion and Christopher C., died prior to the family's move to Illinois. Perhaps it was only the way in which it was phrased. They died afterward, with Marion Francis survived by a son (noted above). Whitfield and Eliza's daughter Ann S. Button married John B. SCHEITLIN, a native of Switzerland. John B. SCHEITLIN died 28 May 1913, well after William Henry Clark published his pamphlet in 1905, so that is another error. John probably died in Seattle, King county, Washington, as well as Ann, who died 19 April 1919. Both are buried with their infant son Fayette Tell Scheitlin and infant daughter Laura Scheitlin, at Abingdon cemetery, along with Ann's parents. John and Ann (Button) SCHEITLIN were survived by their sons Harry B. and Marion G. SCHEITLIN. Harry B. was last found in the 1920 census of Seattle, King county, Washington with his wife Elizabeth, while Marion G. Scheitlin died in Duval county, Florida in 1936, survived by his wife Olive D. William Henry Clark states that John and Ann had just one son, but they actually had the 3 sons and 1 daughter."]
Sallie Ingram Pace, daughter of William I. and Sallie Pace, was born August 28, 1814, married Jesse Gee, 1831, died April 6, 1833, buried at the old Gee home, now belongs to Barnett Harvey. She left one daughter, who married a Mr. Ferguson. They had several children, but I don't know where she is at now.
[A Jesse Gee (b. October 27, 1804, d. March 28, 1881) is buried at the Gee-Harvey cemetery according to the Metcalfe County cemetery book.]
Walter Jackson Pace, son of William I. and Sallie Pace, was born June 11, 1816, married Martha Richey, Sept. 5, 1843. She died Nov. 13, 1853, buried at the Richey graveyard on Marrowbone creek Cumberland county, Ky, and left three children.
Luvenia Pace, daughter of Walter Jackson and Martha Pace, was born 1845, married W. W. Alexander, Sept. 1863. He died in 1864, and left one child, Willie Alexander and she married Jack Dickinson and is now living in Glasgow, Ky. Luvenia Pace Alexander married the second time to Daniel B. Williams and died July 1873, was buried at the Richey graveyard at Marrowbone and left two children by Daniel B. Williams , who are still living. L. T. Williams, son of Daniel and Luvenia Williams, lives in New Albany, Ind., and a daughter of Daniel B. and Luvenia Williams married J. P. Shaw and lives in Russellville, Ky.
Orlander C. Pace, son of Walter Jackson and Martha Pace, was born 1847, married Cornelia Carter, Oct. 1869, have five children, Orville, Clarence, Lida, Leta, and Orlander C. Pace, Jr. Lida Pace, daughter of Orlander C. and Cornelia Pace, died June 1905. The other children are unmarried and live at Lebanon, Ky.
[Orlander died 11 Jul 1939; Cornelia died 19 Sep 1921.]
Katy Pace, daughter of Walter Jackson and Martha Pace, was born 1849, died Aug. 5, 1876, buried at the old Richey graveyard.
Walter Jackson Pace married the second time to Julia Richey, sister of Martha Richey Pace, his first wife, July 31, 1854. They had seven children, two died in infancy.
W. Baxter Pace, son of Walter Jackson and Julia Pace, was born in 1855, married L. Smith, Sept. 1879, and she died in Sept. 1889, and had four children as follows: Carrie, Richey, Clifton and Ruby. Carrie Pace married a Mr. Potter, Jan. 16, 1905 and lives in Louisville, Ky. W. Baxter Pace married the second time Mary Burnett, of Paducah, Ky., in 1900 and lives in Louisville, Ky.
Cora Pace, daughter of Walter Jackson and Julia Pace, was born 1856, married Thomas L. Petrie, Dec. 10, 1890. He died Nov. 1892, had no children. She is living with her mother, Julia Pace, in Bowling Green, Ky.
Samuel R. Pace, son of Walter Jackson and Julia Pace, was born 1857, married Libbie Birdsell, Nov. 25, 1891 and live in South Bend, Ind. and have three children, Erlin, Birdsell, and Samuel R. Pace Jr.
Walter J. Jr. and J. O. Pace are unmarried. I do not know where they live.
Lucinda Sharp Pace, daughter of William I. and Sallie Pace, was born March 1818, married Joseph Glazebrook, Oct 10, 1838, died Nov. 6, 1869, buried at the old Pace home. He died about 1879 and buried at the old Pace home. They had eleven children.
Sarah Katherine Glazebrook, daughter of Joseph and Lucinda S. Glazebrook, was born July 23, 1839, died June 3, 1898, was buried at the old Pace home.
Carrie Susan Glazebrook, daughter of Joseph and Lucinda S. Glazebrook, was born Nov. 27, 1840, married John W. Compton, March 21, 1872, died and was buried at the old Pace home, leaving three children. [See the bio on John Compton below.]
JOHN W. COMPTON was born in Edmonton, Metcalfe Co., Ky., June 17, 1839, and is the eldest of seven children - three sons and four daughters - born to Joseph R. and Martha N. (Hatchett) Compton, the former a native of Barren County, Ky., and the later of Pittsylvania County, Va. They were of Irish and English descent, and were born March 2, 1815, and December 29, 1817, respectively. Joseph R. Compton in early life learned the blacksmith's trade at Glasgow, which he continued to follow, in connection with farming, until his death, which occurred January 30, 1860. For many years he was a captain in old State militia. His father, John Compton, was a native of Virginia, but immigrated to Barren County, Ky., in a very early day. Mrs. Martha N. Compton is yet living. From her girlhood she has ben a devoted member of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Her father, Archibald Hatchett, was also a native of Virginia, and served at Norfolk during the war of 1812. He, in about 1827, immigrated to southwestern Kentucky. Her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Hatchett, is living, in her eighty-seventh year, and receives a pension for her husband's services. John W. Compton received a good English education in youth, at the common and select schools of the county, and has also very materially added to his early training by his own exertions, and is a man of wide and varied general information, having been a close and careful reader all his life. After his father's death he followed the blacksmith's trade for about one year, and during that time commenced the study of law, often working with his book open on the forge. At the breaking out of the late civil war he took a very active and determined stand for the Union side, and in December, 1861, went to Columbia, with the intention of enlisting in the Third Kentucky Volunteer Infantry (Federal service), but when at the picket line a fight ensued between the Federal troops and a detachment of Texas Rangers, in which he was severely wounded, from the effects of which he has never fully recovered. In July 1865, he was admitted to the bar, and has ever since practiced law with most abundant success in Metcalfe and adjoining counties. In 1866 he was elected county attorney, and resigned that position in 1867 to run for the Legislature on the Union Democratic ticket, but was defeated by forty votes. In 1871 he was appointed school commissioner for Metcalfe County, and was elected to the same office in 1873, serving four years in all. He married, March 21, 1872, Carrie Glazebrook, a native of Glasgow, Barren Co., Ky., born November 27, 1841. She is a daughter of Joseph and Lucinda (Pace) Glazebrook. Two sons and one daughter have blessed their union, viz.: Ada, deceased, William G. and Charles S. Mr. Compton and wife are consistent members of the church, he of the Cumberland Presbyterian and she of the Christian Church. He has been a ruling elder in his church for the past twenty years, and is also a member of the Masonic fraternity. In politics he is a Democrat, and is one of the energetic and successful lawyers and prominent citizens of the county. From Kentucky: A History of the State, Battle, Perrin, & Kniffin, 3rd ed., 1886. Metcalfe County.
Ida Compton, born Jan. 6, 1873, died Jan. 7, 1873.
William Glazebrook Compton, was born July 19, 1880. Clarence Sumner Compton was born June 1, 1882. They are the children of John W. and Carrie Susan Glazebrook Compton, and both are at present in California.
Mary Elizabeth Glazebrook, daughter of Joseph and Lucinda S. Glazebrook, was born Oct. 6, 1842, married William M. Riggs, April 21, 1867, died Dec. 15, 1871.
Mary Alice Riggs, daughter of W. M. and Mary E. Riggs, was born Nov. 29, 1871, and died same day.
Ellen Eliza Glazebrook, daughter of Joseph and Lucinda S. Glazebrook, was born Dec. 9, 1844, married Sterling T. Camp, Jan. 7, 1869. They had three children as follows: Minnie G. Camp, born April 11, 1870 and is dead. Walter Henry Camp, born June 2, 1871, died Aug. 9, 1895. Frank Bartley Camp, born July 12, 1875, and died. All three are buried at old Pace home.
William Henry Glazebrook, son of Joseph and Lucinda S. Glazebrook, was born Oct. 17, 1844, lives in Tompkinsville, Ky. and is unmarried.
Harris Sumner Glazebrook, son of Joseph and Lucinda S. Glazebrook, was born Nov. 15, 1851, died Sept. 10, 1886 and was buried at old Pace home.
Fannie Engel Glazebrook, daughter of Joseph and Lucinda S. Glazebrook, was born Nov. 15, 1851, died Sept. 10, 1886 and was buried at old Pace home. [Were Harris and Fannie twins? Did they die on the same day? Fannie (identified as Sissa) appears on the 1870 census (Barren County KY, pages 115-116), but not Harris.]
Emma E. Glazebrook, daughter of Joseph and Lucinda S. Glazebrook, was born Dec. 6, 1853, married Frank M. Gist, May 6, 1875. Had one child, Mary Gist, born Feb. 27, 1880, died same day.
Julia E. Glazebrook, daughter of Joseph and Lucinda S. Glazebrook, was born July 8, 1855, married Smith J. Denton, Oct. 21, 1879, died Feb. 15, 1886. Had one child, Clarence Sumner Denton, born Aug. 19, 1882 and died.
Clarence Leon Glazebrook, son of Joseph and Lucinda S. Glazebrook, was born Oct. 31, 1856, died Nov. 13, 1881.
Alice Fredericka Glazebrook, daughter of Joseph and Lucinda S. Glazebrook, was born April 17, 1859, married Turner Nelson Jan. 17, 1878, and had four children: Ivy Nelson, born Dec. 20, 1879; Ada Nelson, born Feb. 3, 1881; Joseh Nelson, born July 29, 1885, and Carrie Nelson, born March 19, 1897. They are all living with their parents in California.
[According to the Metcalfe County cemetery book, Joseph Glazebrook (1809-1885), Lucinda S Page(sic) Glazebrook (1818-1869), William Henry Glazebrook (1847-1924), Clarence Leon Glazebrook (1856-1881), Fannie Engel Glazebrook (1851-1886), Ellen Eliza Glazebrook (1844-1888), Mary Elizabeth Riggs (daughter of J. and L. Glazebrook, b. October 6, 1842, d. December 15, 1871), Mary Alice Riggs (daughter of Wm. M. and Mary E. Riggs, b./d. November 29, 1871), Carrie G. Compton (wife of J.W. Compton, b. November 27, 1840, d. October 26, 1887), and Ada Compton (daughter of J.W. and C.G. Compton, b. January 6, 1873, d. January 7, 1873) were all buried in the Pace-Hensley cemetery at the old Pace place. According to the book there were 27 unidentifible graves in the cemetery. Also, there was a son Joseph in the 1850 and 1860 censuses with this family. He was one month old in 1850, and ten years old in 1860.]
Joseph Washington Pace, son of William I. and Sallie Pace, was born March 3, 1820, married Harriet Whitlow in 1842. She died about 1862 and was buried at old Pace home, and had six children.
Thompson Pace, son of Joseph Washington and Harriet Pace, was born in 1842, married a Miss Pedigo and live in Salem, Ind.
According to Freeda Crumpton, Thompson Pace is actually Beverly Tompkins Pace. Freeda said that in the book History of Washington County, Indiana is the follow article:
"Beverly T. Pace was born in Barren County, Ky., June 25, 1845. His parents, Joseph W. and Harriet L. (Whitlow) Pace were both natives of Kentucky. Their respective parents were natives of Virginia and North Carolina, and among the pioneer settlers of the Blue Grass State, and were people of the highest respectability. Subject's parents always resided upon a farm and to them were born a family of five sons and three daughters. The mother died in 1863. The father is yet living and resides in Texas. Beverly T. Pace was reared upon the farm. October 28, 1861, he enlisted in Company D, Capt. P. S. Rush, Thirteenth Kentucky Volunteer Infantry (Union), commanded by Co. E. H. Hobson, and served three years, participating in the battles of Perryville, Knoxville, the campaign in and around Atlanta and numerous lesser engagements. He was mustered out at Louisville, KY. January 12, 1865. March, 30, 1865, he enlisted for one year in Company I, Eight United States Veteran Volunteers, commanded by Gen. W. S. Hancock, and served until March 29, 1866. The month following his last discharge he came to Salem, Ind., where he embarked in the jewelry business, in which he has since continued. He married Miss Sarah A. Depp, a native of Glasgow, Ky., her birth occurring July 8, 1843. From this marriage three children were born: Hallie and Mary, living, and Cleofas D., dead. Mr. Pace's marriage was solemnized March 26, 1867. He is a stanch Republican, a member of the G.A.R. and I.O.O.F., and of the Baptist Church. Subject's father, who on the breaking out of the war resided in Metcalfe County, Ky., was with one exception the only man who voted in that county for Abraham Lincoln in 1860, and during the entire was a stanch Union man."
Freeda also provided a transcription of the will of Beverly T. Pace: Recorded in Will Record Book "I" May 1906-1925, Washington Co. Indiana:
"I, Beverly T. Pace, being of sound mind and disposing memory do make and declare this to be my last will and testament, thereby revoking all former wills by me made.
"Item 1: It is my will and I direct that as soon after my death as practicable, all of my just debts and funeral expenses shall be paid by my executrix hereinafter named
"Item 2: It is my will and I direct that my said executrix shall erect a monument at my grave that will be suitable for me and my wife, Sallie A. Pace, and for that purpose I direct that she use the sum of Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars of my estate to be paid for out of any money in her hands belonging to my estate. But in case I should erect said monument in my lifetime, then in that case this provision shall be taken as satisfied. Item 3: It is my will and I direct that all of my property of every kind and character, both real and personal, including my life insurance, shall be appraised as provided by law, and after such appraisment, my wife, Sallie A. Pace, shall have the right to take and accept at its appraised value, any of such property to the value of Eight Thousand Dollars, or so much thereof as she may elect to so take and my executrix shall turn over and deliver the property so selected to my said wife and when so delivered to and accepted by her, such property shall be hers absolutely and in fee simple. But in case she should not take the full amount of Eight Thousand Dollars in property, or should elect not to take any of said property under this provision, then in that event my executrix shall sell the remainder not so taken or all of it in case she should elect not to take any, and out of the proceed from such sale and from any money in her hands belonging to my estate or that may come into her hands, pay to my said wife the sum of Eight Thousand Dollars, and the remainder shall be divided equally between my two daughters, Hallie P. Prow and Mary P. Montgomery, share and share alike, if they be living and if they are either of them be dead, then the portion of such deceased daughter shall go to her children in equal portions. Item 4: It is my will and I direct that all of my property, both real and personal, not taken by my wife, Sallie A. Pace, under the provisions of Item three of this will, shall be sold by my executrix and the proceeds from such sale, together with all other moneys belonging to my estate, shall be distributed as provided in said Item three. Item 5: I hereby nominate and appoint my wife Sallie A. pace, as sole executrix of this will.
"IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand and seal, this 30th day of January 1913. Beverly T. Pace (Seal)
"Signed and acknowledged by Beverly T. Pace as his last will and testament in our presence and signed by us as witnesses at his request and in his presence and in the presence of each other, this 30th day of January 1913. Witnesses Eugene F. Routh, Millard Reyman"
James Tandy Pace, born 1845,[Apr 1847 according to the 1900 census record] married a Miss Page in 1863, live in Red River county, Texas. English is their postoffice. They have thirteen children, most of whom are married and live there. [The 1880 census for Cumberland County KY (page 148C) identifies James' wife as Lucy. The following children are also listed: Nancy, George, Willie, Temple, Mamie, Mattie, Atticus, and Albert. Of these, Nancy Pace was born on 17 Jul 1867 and died on 19 Jul 1947. She married William T. Rawlinson, and they had at least 8 children: Addie, Virgie, Noah, Mary, Gertrude, Sarah, William Tandy, and Jasper. George Pace was born 11 Mar 1869, and died 17 Jul 1918 in Red River County TX. Temple Pace was born 4 Apr 1873 and died 18 Apr 1941 in Red River County. Three more children are identified in the 1900 census: Virgie, Azor, and Elmer. According to the 1910 census, they did indeed have 13 children, but by that time only 9 were living. James Tandy Pace's wife was Lucy Margaret (or Margaret Lucy) Page, daughter of John B. and Nancy (Cox) Page. Since Lucy was born in Oct 1851 (1900 Census record), it is unlikely that she married James in 1863. Also, their first-born, Nancy, was born in Jul 1867, so a marriage year of late 1866 is more likely.]
[Of William and Nancy Rawlinson's children, we know that Addie Emmaline Rawlinson was born 16 Dec 1885 and died 12 May 1965. She married S.L. Rozell and they had at least four children: Forest, Willard, Golden, and S.L. Jr. We also know that Mary Rawlinson was born 23 Aug 1894 and died 5 Feb 1934. She married John W. Foster, and they had at least five children: Henry Edward, Linnie, John W. Jr., Ruby, and Harold. Finally, we know that William Tandy Rawlinson was born 6 Oct 1902 and died 12 Jan 1972 in Hopkins County TX.]
Pleasant Pace was born in 1847, was killed while at work on the railroad and was buried out there. He was unmarried. [The 1850 census (Barren County KY, page 421B) identifies a son named James T. Pace (see above), age 3 who might be who Clark is referring to here. James is also in the 1860 census with his parents. Pleasant Pace was born about 1862 to Joseph's second wife.]
The three daughters, I know nothing of them. [The 1860 census for Metcalfe County (page 123, household 840) identifies six children: Beverly T., James T., Lucien F., Sarah E., Martha R., and Trinvilla A. According to Metcalfe County KY marriage records, Sarah E. Pace married John Brents on 28 Oct 1869. The 1880 Barren County census shows them with 5 children: James, LIllie, Mary, John, and William. Martha B. Pace married Jonathan Crumpton in Metcalfe County on 21 Dec. 1871; her sister Trinvilla (Tinnvilla?) married James T. Crumpton on 26 Dec 1872.]
Joseph Washington Pace was married the second time to Louisa Williams in about 1859 [had to be 1862 or after since his first wife didn't die until then], moved to Texas about 1878, settled in Hunt county, two miles South of Lonoak. He died July 21, 1901. He had four children by his second wife, all married but one, and his wife and one child are living in Red River county, Tex., postoffice is English.
[The 1870 (Metcalfe County, Sartain pct, household 242/234) and 1880 (Hunt County TX, Precinct 4, page 505D) censuses identify Joseph and Louisa's children as Pleasant, John William, Oleevesper, and Medora, Fergus, Joe Tom.]
James Marian Pace, son of William I. and Sallie Pace was born Aug. 17, 1822, went to the Mexican war and died in 1845, unmarried.
This concludes Mr. Clark's family history. I hope you find it useful.