|Isaac Henderson FARRIS
The family records of Margaret Lester Hill contain additional information on the descendants of Isaac Henderson Farris and Ann J. King.
Noted events in his life were:
1. Census: 1850, Barren County, Kentucky. 1
2. Slave Schedule: 1850, Barren County, Kentucky. 6
3. Census: 1860, Barren County, Kentucky. 3
4. Slave Schedule: 1860, Barren County, Kentucky. 7
5. Census: 1870, Barren County, Kentucky. 4
6. Census: 1880, Barren County, Kentucky. 2
No marriage record for Isaac and Ann has been found. Since their eldest son was born 28 Apr 1831, it is presumed they married about 1830. No tax lists exist for 1830-1832, which would establish when Isaac set up his own household, but he does appear in the 1833 tax list.
1 1850 Census, Barren County, Kentucky, Roll M432_191, Page 306 (Ancestry.com Image 2 of 179).
2 1880 Census, Barren County, Kentucky, Roll T9_402, E. D. 10, Page 16 (Ancestry.com Image 16 of 46).
3 1860 Census, Barren County, Kentucky, Roll M653_354, Page 110 (Ancestry.com Image 111 of 163).
4 1870 Census, Barren County, Kentucky, Roll M593_445, Page 520 (Ancestry.com Image 10 of 50).
5 Family Records of Margaret Lester Hill. Margaret "Peggy" Lester Hill is a great great granddaughter of John King and his second wife, Elizabeth Priest, through their daughter, Elizabeth Carrington King Sanderson. Her mother was born in Barren County, Kentucky, so she is not far removed from her Barren County roots. She is an exceptional researcher who has lovingly preserved the history of our King family. She and her mother registered the John King Cemetery with the South Central Kentucky Historical Society. Peggy's e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org and her postal address is 489 Middle Gate, Irvington, VA 22480.
6 1850 Slave Schedule, Barren County, Kentucky, Ancestry.com Image 1 of 30.
1860 Slave Schedule, Barren County, Kentucky, Ancestry.com Image 22 of 29.