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1  REIFF, Abraham (I29315)
 
2  MADISON, John Jr. (I23419)
 
3  BLOSSOM, Thomas (I21967)
 
4  Arbuckle, Captain Matthew (I21591)
 
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As reported in "The Calvin Families-Origin and History of the American Calvins" and elsewhere, Barbara married her cousin Jacob Kuykendall, and he was captured by Indians while on a hunting trip to Ohio from Hampshire County, VA (now WV). Believing him to be dead, she married James Calvin (or Colvin). But Jacob returned seven years later. Barbara and Jacob were divorced on 17 Feb 1773. She continued to live with James Colvin, by whom she had several children. She eventually moved to Kentucky. Jacob is said to have returned to live with the Indians or he may have settled in Jefferson Co., Kentucky 
Decker, Barbara (I29614)
 
6
He is credited with founding Blackburn College, but, though he tried to create a seminary in Macoupin County, Illinois, it didn't open until 2 decades after his death, whereupon is was named Blackburn Seminary (later College) after him.
See articles about him on Wikipedia at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gideon_Blackburn and The Tennessee Encyclopedia of History and Culture, at http://tennesseeencyclopedia.net/entry.php?rec=96.
Two more detailed biographies can be found at JSTOR.org:
Gideon Blackburn: A Contemporary's Perspective, by Lester Lamon in the Journal of Presbyterian History, Vol. 62, No. 4( Winter 1894) pp. 3654-367, at http://www.jstor.org/stable/23328651
Gideon Blackburn, the Founder of Blackburn University, Carlinville, Illinois, by Thomas Binaker, Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Vol. 17, No. 3 (Oct., 1924), pp. 398-410, at https://www.jstor.org/stable/40186876
 
Blackburn, Gideon (I27738)
 
7 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I28819)
 
8 GRid=142050533; long bio with info about children; no photos BILLINGSLEY, Samuel (I21282)
 
9 Parents: Clarence Stanley Ray & Arvilla Agnes Otwell Ray, Vera Inez (I20945)
 
10 "Consort of Joseph B Bacon" Crouch, Agness (I26078)
 
11 "I told you to give Cupid a chance. Mattie Irene Hutcheson married William Lee Swallows July 13, 1911. They had three children, Hubert Lee their first child was born February 22, 1914 but died two days later. Daughter Sara Elizabeth was born Februay 4, 1916 and Daughter Martha Capterton was born February 22, 1922. After being a drug salesman for the Eli Lilly Co. Will decided he wanted to be a lawyer so he attended Cumberland Law School in Lebanon, Tennessee and received his law degree June 1, 1927. He set up a law office in Cookeville, Tennessee and worked as a school board chairman, state representative to the general assembly and was serving as Putnam County judge at the time of his death. I feel sure that Mattie never dreamed that she would serve as Postmaster of Algood, Tennessee for 22 1/2 years before she moved".
Transcribed from James Murphy's notes. 
Swallows, William Lee (I20186)
 
12 "I told you to give Cupid a chance. Mattie Irene Hutcheson married William Lee Swallows July 13, 1911. They had three children, Hubert Lee their first child was born February 22, 1914 but died two days later. Daughter Sara Elizabeth was born Februay 4, 1916 and Daughter Martha Capterton was born February 22, 1922. After being a drug salesman for the Eli Lilly Co. Will decided he wanted to be a lawyer so he attended Cumberland Law School in Lebanon, Tennessee and received his law degree June 1, 1927. He set up a law office in Cookeville, Tennessee and worked as a school board chairman, state representative to the general assembly and was serving as Putnam County judge at the time of his death. I feel sure that Mattie never dreamed that she would serve as Postmaster of Algood, Tennessee for 22 1/2 years before she moved".
Transcribed from James Murphy's notes. 
Hutcheson, Mattie Irene (I20185)
 
13 "Kentucky Sam" McCutcheon is person #36 at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~jcraven/people/McCutcheon.htm which tells the story of Sam and Sarah's meeting when she visited her brother Daniel in Floyd Co, Indiana. This account puts Sam's birth in 1979 in Bourbon Co, KY, and says that Sam and Sarah were married in Kentucky, where she was raised.
 
MCCUTCHAN, Samuel (I21250)
 
14 "My grandmother, Anna Pankey Hanberry, told me of the occasion of her Grandfather Hutcheson's marriage. (I'm not sure if it was his second or third marriage.) His grandchildren staged a chivaree outside his house on the wedding night. After a lot of noisemaking from them he stormed out onto the porch pounding his cane and yelled "You kids, GIT!!" And they did!"-Memory from childhood, written by Gloria Robertson, a great-great grandchild of Flavius Josephus Hutcheson HUTCHESON, Flavius Josephus (Joe) (I29232)
 
15 "Removed from old cemetery 12/18/1898" Allison, Ellen Jane (I28194)
 
16 "Slow fever"; remembered by her daughter Edith as Typhoid fever KUYKENDALL, Olive Irene (I20159)
 
17 "Thomas Blossome and Samuall Hollett drowned att the Harbor of Nocett att their first Setting out from thence aboute a fishing voyahge" - from Scituate and Barnstable Church Records Blossom, Thomas (I25797)
 
18 "Wife of A Hutcheson"; GRid=27491080 Siglar, Matilda (I25275)
 
19 (1880 Census says born in Bohemia, but obit says born in Germany and married in Germany) Family F26775
 
20 (Actually, marriage bond date) Family F21508
 
21 (At least he lived in Broadway) Family F20841
 
22 (Based on age at first marriage in 1930 census) Family F26815
 
23 (Brides not named in this source)  
24 (Brides not named in this source) Family F20387
 
25 (christening) Kuykendall, Sara Van (I21544)
 
26 (christening) Kuykendall, Pieter Van (I21543)
 
27 (christening) Kuykendall, Annetje Van (I21542)
 
28 (christening) Kuykendall, Arie Van (I21541)
 
29 (christening) Kuykendall, Johannes Van (I21540)
 
30 (christening) Kuykendall, Cornelius Van (I21539)
 

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