The Baugh Family of Logan County, Kentucky, continued_________
Statement for Defendant: “And the defendant comes and defends the wrong and injury which when and for the days he is not guilty in man- ner aforesaid. The defendant declared and of this departs himself from the country.”
2 Arslan, Mark. “Baugh Family Genealogy: Descendants of Abraham Baugh (#9) and Martha Johnson, Generations 1-5.” Baugh Genealogy. http://www.arslanmb.org/baugh/ Descendants-9.pdf, 21.
3 Palmore, Margaret. “History of Powhatan County,
Outcome: “We of the jury find for the Plaintiff $2.50 in damages.” Court costs: $12.73; Total cost: $15.23.56
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Virginia. http://www.powhatanva.com/history.html, 1.
4 Garrard Count , Kentuck , Marriages and Marriage Bonds, 1796-1851, 5.
We have these records of real estate transactions in Logan County, Ky. for Abraham G. Baugh III and Rebecca Moore Baugh.57
5 U. S. Federal Census, 1830, Logan County, Enumeration District 4, 68.
6 Arslan, Mark. “Russell County tax lists” in “Baugh Family Genealogy Notes – Kentucky.” Baugh Genealogy. http://www. arslanmb.org/baugh/Notes-KY.pdf, 30-32.
1835 David Kennedy to Abraham G. Baugh, 40 Acres, Little Whipporwill Creek. $120 1837 Abraham G. & Rebecca Baugh to Levi Funk, 40 Acres, Little Whipporwill Creek. $200 1849 Thomas Gooch (Washburn heirs) Book 31, p. 109 to Abraham Baugh, 100 Acres, Terrapin Creek, $474 1867 Abraham G., Sr. & Rebecca Baugh gave to John S. Baugh, 100 Acres, Terrapin Creek Book U, p. 119 Book 28, p. 117 Book 41, p. 191
7 Pritchett, John W. Southside Virginia Genealogies. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 2007. CD-ROM. 2466- 2467.
8 Some researchers show William Sr. to be the son of a William in England. I chose to call him William Sr. since he was the first William Baugh in Virginia.
9 Abstracts of Wills, Book M, Logan Co., Ky., 1874-1900.
Abraham G. III58 and John S. are listed as farmers in the 1850 census; Abraham G. III, John S., and Abraham G. IV59 are listed as farmers in the 1870 census. The 1870 census of Logan County, Ky., is the last one in which we find Abraham G. Baugh III and Rebecca listed. They are living with their son, John S., and Lucy Gillum Baugh in the Schochoh Precinct. At this writing, no death record has been found for Abraham G. III or Rebecca Moore Baugh in Kentucky or Texas. We do have the record for the settlement of his estate, 22 Oct. 1877; this places his death before 22 Oct. 1877. We surmise that Rebecca died before Abraham G. III as no provision for her is included in the settlement of the estate. If you know that a death record exists, please write me (email ad- dress in end note 1) so I can update the information.
1 The author gratefully acknowledges the significant contributions and collaboration of Mark Arslan, Janet Baugh, Ron Baugh, Hugh and Orene Brinson, Phil Denton, Rochelle Hines, Rob Pawlik, Margaret Trouart, and Janet Youker; each directly connected to the line. He also acknowledges the research assistance of Judy Lyne of the Logan County, Kentucky, Genealogical Society. Please contact the author at
Figure 13. This photograph may possibly be Abraham G. Baugh IV, Mary Johns and their children.
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