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  1. John W Stratton: Birth: 17 JAN 1808 in Amhurst County, VA. Death: AFT 1840 in Arkansas

  2. George Von. Stratton: Birth: 28 DEC 1809 in Warren County, Kentucky. Death: AFT 18 NOV 1861 in Parker County, Texas

  3. Mary Ann Stratton: Birth: 7 JUN 1811 in Warren County, Kentucky. Death: 1886 in Boyd, Wise County, TX

  4. Lavisa Ann Stratton: Birth: 15 DEC 1812 in Warren County, Kentucky. Death: AFT 1870

  5. Winnie Ann Stratton: Birth: 7 JUL 1814 in Warren County, Kentucky. Death: BET 1864 AND 1868 in Parker County, Texas

  6. Absolom Ludlow Stratton: Birth: 15 JUL 1816 in Warren County, Kentucky.

  7. Aaron Sidney Stratton: Birth: 15 APR 1818 in Warren County, Kentucky. Death: SEP 1888 in Baxter County, AR

  8. Synthia Ann Stratton: Birth: 15 DEC 1819 in Warren County, Kentucky. Death: 1 MAR 1899 in Dallas County, TX

  9. Washington G. Stratton: Birth: 4 OCT 1821 in Warren County, Kentucky.

Marriage: Children:
  1. James Davidson Stratton: Birth: 6 MAR 1825 in Simpson County, KY. Death: 5 FEB 1894 in Dallas County, Texas

  2. Joshua P. Stratton: Birth: 29 MAY 1826 in Simpson County, KY. Death: 5 NOV 1876 in Dallas, Dallas County, TX

  3. Thomas Jefferson Stratton: Birth: 25 DEC 1829 in Simpson County, KY. Death: 24 MAY 1914 in Dallas County, TX

1. Title:   Simpson County, Kentucky Families Past And Present 1819-1989
2. Title:   A Book of Strattons
3. Title:   1820 Warren County, Kentucky Census
4. Title:   1810 Warren County Kentucky, Census
5. Title:   1830 Simpson County, KY Census

a. Note:   Absolom Stratton b. 1784 Notes: June 5th, 1817 Deed in Warren County, Ky to Absolom Stratton Warren Co., Ky Deed Book 21 pg 437 & 438 Survay date of 8-8-1799 Gaberial Slaughter, Esq, Lieutenant governor and acting governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, to all to who this presents shall come greeting. Know ye, that by virtue and in consideration of warrant No. 2284 granted by the county of warren in Seventeen hundred and ninety eight, agreeably to an act of assembly for encouraging and giving relief to settlers, there is granted by the said common wealth unto Absolom Stratton assignee of Edward Reaves a certain tract or parcel of land containing two hundred acres by survey, bearing date, the third of August one thousand seven hundred and ninety nine lying and being in the county of warren on the waters of Drakes Creek and bounded as followeth: To wit: Beginning at a stake, running north six west one hundred and ninety poles to two dogwoods on a conditional line with Royal Potter thence in line with north 48 west one hundred and eighty two poles to Isham (Reaves) line south one hundred and forty poles to Aron Armstrongs line then with said line north eighty four east eighty two poles to two dogwoods then south five east one hundred and forty poles to a dogwood thence - north eighty four east one hundred poles to the beginning with it appurtenances to have and to hold the said tract or parcel of land, with its appurtenances to the said Absolem Strutton and his heirs forever in witness here in the said Gabriel Slaughter Esq. Lieutenant Governor of the common wealth of Kentucky, hath here unto set his hand and caused the seal of the said commonwealth to be affixed at Frankford on the fifth day of June in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventeen and of the commonwealth the (twenty) sixth. By the Luitenant Governor Gabrail Slaughter John Pope Secretary From, info in Va. Showes that William Crittindon served 3 years in the Continental line and received the original warrant #2284. William married into the Rogers family who moved to Ky, and lived close to Lexington. The above deed states Absolom Stratton is assignee of Edward Reaves. Also note Absolom's line is next to Isham Reaves. It is my belief that Absolom either bought or was given the original warrant to get his land. But he had other land there also. Also the deed which refers to the warrant #2284 was for 200 acres but the warrant was for only 100 acres. I have not see the back of the warrant to see who it as assigned to first. annd 1. The above deed 2. Absolom Strutton 200 acres survey date 8-29-1799 Warren County in Bk 13 No water course given. 3. Absolom Stratton 45 acres 10-04-1821 Simpson County Drakes Ck Bk H pg 392 4. Absolom Stratton 50 acres 7-1-1824 Drakes Ck Simpson Co., Book T pg 146. This totals 495 acres of land Absolom Stratton owned on or close to Drakes Ck which became Simpson County, Ky. There is no proof that our Absolom Stratton ever served in the Reveloution War. He was too young. In 1810 he is under 25 years old and the same ratio in 1820 & 30 along with Winnie Ennis Stratton his wife. Sharon Tabor copyright 2003 Pg 46-47 This Indenture made this 12th day of Sept. 1827 between WILLIAM T. HENDERSON of the county of Allen and state of Kentucky of the First par and ROBERT H. PARIS, THOMAS SUTTON and JAMES VENABLE of the same county and state aforesaid of the second part ... said party of the first part on the 27th day of August 1827 execute ... to ABAOLAM STRATTON ... note for the payment of two hundred ninety seven dollars and ninety seven and three fourth cents specie to be paid nine months after date and for and in consideration of the futher sum of one dollar ... Test: ANAK DAWSON, PA THAXTON Signed: Wm. T. HENDERSON Allen County Kentucky Warren KY, Court Records 1797-1812 Page 75 Bill of Sale from John INNIS to Absalom Stratten and wife Winny Stratten, for $2.00, negro children Sarah and Tom. Abstracted Kentucky, 1774-1924 Land Records Listed in: The Kentucky Land Grants, Part 1 Page number: 710 Kentucky, 1774-1924 Land Records Listed in: The Kentucky Land Grants, Part 1 Page number: 403 Absalom Stratton settled in Simpson County, Ky. He was a farmer and worked at a Carpenters trade. He belonged to the Baptist Church. is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.