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|Qualls, Hizzie||The Winchester Sun Mon., 9-22, 9-23-1980|
|Quantrell, William Clarke||“QUANTRELL,” the famous Confederate guerrilla of Missouri, died near Birmingham, Alabama, last week. His death was reported several years ago but it was a mistake.The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, October 15, 1890|
|Quantrill, Mrs. Jas.||DeathsMrs. Jas. Quantrill died at Canal Dover, Ohio, Monday, aged 84 years. She was the mother of the famous guerilla chieftain, Clark Quantrill.The Winchester Democrat, Fri., Nov. 27, 1903|
|Quarter House Battle||A Desperate Battle.Mountaineers and Officers Fight, Six Killed and Six Wounded.It is thought That Several of Turner’s Men Perished in the Burning “Quarter House”—More Trouble Is Expected.
Middlesboro, Ky., Feb. 13.—Six are dead and as many more are dying as the result of a battle between officers from Middlesboro and mountaineers. The battle, which was one of the most desperate things of its kind in the history of mountain warfare, occurred between 4 and 6 o’clock Wednesday evening at Lee Turner’s “Quarter House” saloon, three and a half miles from Middlesboro. Last month some mules and other goods of Turner’s were levied on payment for a debt and a few night ago, it is alleged, he with others went to Virginia where the property had been taken, secured what was formerly his and returned to the “Quarter House.” Wednesday Deputy Sheriff Wat Thompson summoned a posse of ten or fifteen men for the purpose of arresting Turner at his “Quarter House” saloon
Turner had heard that an attempt would be made to arrest him and he and his men, 15 in number, gave the officers a warm reception. The saloon is well suited for an attack like this. It is built of huge logs and is surrounded by a 30 foot fence in which loop holes are cut so that the inmates can shoot outsiders. Turner’s surrender was demanded. His reply was a round of shots. Charley Cecil, of Middlesboro, was riding a palfrey in plain view of the Turner men. Some one raised a window of the log house and shot Cecil, who fell dead. Instantly the man at the window fell back pierced by half a dozen bullets. Then the firing began in earnest.
The officers scattered and hiding behind trees and roots poured a galling fire into the mountain fortress. In the fight John Doyle, a former railroad man was badly wounded, perhaps fatally, and Simon Bean, another ex-railroader was shot in the hand. The town men gathered closer around Turner’s place, undaunted at the shots which whizzed around them. As soon as Cecil was killed his companions determined to burn Turner’s rendezvous , and in the midst of the battle a man applied a torch to an exposed side of the building. A few minutes later the building was in flames. Several of the mountaineers came to the window and were immediately shot down. Lee Turner and several of his friends in some manner escaped and he is now at Mingo mines, eight miles from Middlesboro. Several of his men perished in the flames.
The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, February 18, 1902
Middlesboro, Ky., Feb. 14.—It was reported on the streets Thursday night that Lee Turner, proprietor of the burned “Quarter House,” who escaped from the palisades with his brother “General” during the battle Wednesday afternoon, has been all day scouring the mountains for the purpose of gathering around him enough men to come against the Middlesboro fellows who burned his fort and killed his staunchest supporters. The Middlesboro men are greatly alarmed and have mustered into service all who are available. The band that went after Turner Wednesday have remained together all day. Wednesday night ten coal miners from Excelsior went to Mingo mines, where Turner is staying, and offered him their services.
Mrs. Turner, Lee’s wife, who lives here was seen Thursday night by a press correspondent and asked for an opinion on the situation. She said that she had not heard from her husband since the battle occurred, excepting once, when he telephoned her that he was safe, but she would give an authentic that Turner will remain in the mountains and will rebuild his place. She also said that Turner was a man who did not know what defeat is, and if it were necessary he will put a standing army of 500 mountaineers in his fort.
The precise number of dead as a result of the battle at Lee Turner’s “Quarter House” saloon Wednesday at sunset is now believed to be five, although there are still reports that ten men were killed.
The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, February 18, 1902
Life Term For Elisha Hoskins
Pineville, Ky., Oct. 23
Elisha Hoskins was Wednesday sentenced to imprisonment for life for alleged participation in the murder of Charles Cecil in the “Quarter House” battle on the Kentucky-Tennessee line.
The Winchester Sentinel, Wed., Oct. 29, 1902
Charles Powers Gets Life Sentence
Pineville, Ky., Oct. 24
Charles Powers, indicted for the murder of Deputy Sheriff Doland in the “Quarter House” battle, asked to see the judge and pleaded guilty, throwing himself on the mercy of the court. A jury was called and he was given a life sentence.
The Winchester Sentinel, Wed., Oct. 29, 1902
|Quave, Kermit||The Winchester Sun Sat., 2-5-1972|
|Quaw, James||Found Dead In A BuggyMaysville, Ky., Dec. 15James Quaw, a discharged soldier, who recently returned from Manila, was found dead in a buggy near this city Sunday morning. He started for his home in Flemingsburg Saturday night, when, it was said, he was under the influence of liquor. When found his body was half way out of the buggy, lying across the dashboard. There is no doubt but that he froze to death.
The Winchester Democrat, Fri., Dec., 19, 1902
|Quay, Matthew Stanley||DeathsSenator Matthew Stanley Quay, of Pennsylvania, died Saturday at his home at Beaver after a long illness of chronic gastritis. He was in his seventieth year.The Sun-Sentinel, Thur., June 2, 1904|
|Queen, Keith||The Winchester Sun, Wed., 4-23, 9-11-1913|
|Quehl, Robert G.||The Winchester Sun Tues., 6-26-1951|
|Quertermous, Charles D.||The Winchester Sun Mon., 8-27-1973|
|Quertermous, Mrs. Ruth Moore||The Winchester Sun Thur., 7-28, 7-29-2005|
|Quick, Robert Gordon Sr.||The Winchester Sun Fri., 11-26, 12-6-1999|
|Quicksall, Mrs. Anna H.||The Winchester Sun, Mon.,2-15, 2-16-1915|
|Quicksalle, Mrs. KatherineBenton||The Winchester Sun Mon., 12-7-1931|
|Quigley, G. B.||Was Lodged In JailBowling Green, Ky., May 31Harry Cochran, who killed Dr. G. B. Quigley in Edmonson county, was brought here Thursday and placed in jail.
The Winchester Democrat, Tue., June 4, 1901
|Quillen, Clyde||The Winchester Sun Sat., 3-16, 3-21, 4-2, 5-3, 5-4-1935|
|Quillen, Lize||The Winchester Sun Mon., 5-1-1927|
|Quillen, W. D.||The Winchester Sun Thur., 8-16-1923|
|Quinian, Mrs. Kate Conway||The Winchester Sun Fri., 4-30-1948|
|Quinlan, J. B.||The Winchester Sun Tues., 4-11-1944|
|Quinlan, Mike||DiedAt his home near Shawhan, Bourbon county, after a long illness, Mike Quinlan, aged forty-two years. He leaves a wife and several children. He was formerly section foreman at Dodge on the L. and E. road.The Winchester Democrat, Tue., March 20, 1900|
|Quinlan, Mrs._____||J. B. Quinlan, with the Winn Furniture Co. was called to Springfield, Ohio, by the death of his mother, which occurred Sunday night.The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, December 6, 1893|
|Quinn, daughter||The four-year-old daughter of T. T. Quinn, of Lockport, was killed by falling from a second story window.The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, April 19, 1893|
|Quinn, Dudley AA||The Winchester Sun Wed., 6-10-1925|
|Quinn, George||Blown upGeorge Quinn, who formerly lived in this county but who had lived at Covell, Ill., for some years, was instantly killed April 8th. During the day plumbers had been at work in the house, and at night he took a light and entered the cellar. Some of the pipes had leaked and the cellar was full of gas. An explosion occurred which wrecked the house and killed Mr. Quinn.The Winchester Democrat, Friday, April 22, 1910|
|Quinn, James (Tom)||The Winchester Sun Sat., 4-16, 4-18-1994|
|Quinn, Mrs. Lula Lowery||The Winchester Sun Sat., 2-1-1958|
|Quinn, Mrs. Mary||The Winchester Sun Tues., 9-15, 9-16-1931|
|Quinn, Patrick||Patrick Quinn fell into the river at Maysville Friday night and was drowned.Semi-Weekly Sun Fri., 5-15-1879|
|Quinn, W. P.||W. P. Quinn, recently a shoemaker of this city is reported to have died in Cincinnati this week.The Democrat, Wednesday, October 14, 1891.
Last October a man committed suicide in the Cincinnati Workhouse to which he had been committed to serve out a fine for drunkenness. He was identified as W. P. Quinn, a well-known shoemaker of this city. The people with whom he boarded were positive the dead man was W. P. Quinn, and so the coroner’s jury declared, and under this name he was buried. Mr. Quinn had never heard of the affair and when in the city last week, he was very much astonished to find that he had been dead and buried several months.
The Winchester Democrat, Wed., 3-9-1892
|Quinn, W. W. Sr.||The Winchester Sun Tues., 6-23-1931|
|Quinn, William||Killed at Santiago.Louisville, Ky., Aug. 2.—William Quinn, who was never brought to trial for a murder committed in this city over a year ago, is reported to have been killed before Santiago. Quinn is charged with having shot William Jenkins to death and escaped.The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, August 9, 1898|
|Quinton, Mrs. Margaret||The Winchester Sun, Wed. 8-7-1912|
|Quircy, George||Engineer KilledSturgis, Ky., Nov. 15The boiler in the Sturgis Milling Co.’s plant exploded Thursday, completely wrecking the plant. Engineer George Quircy was killed and the ruins are being searched for more bodies.
The Winchester Democrat, Fri., Nov. 15, 1901
|Quire, Mrs. Marinda Frances||The Winchester Sun Thur., 2-9-1933|
|Quirk, Tom||Two of the best friends that I ever had were Tom Quirk and Ben S. Drake; we were boys in ’61. I went into the Union Army and they into the Confederate Army. Quirk was Captain of Scouts under Gen. John H. Morgan, Drake was second in command. When the war was over we were the same friends as before. Quirk lived only a few years after the war and it was my sad pleasure to minister to his wants during the last days and hours of his life. Ben Drake died last week. The Confederates have not accorded to these men the honor that their service to the lost cause deserves.The Sun-Sentinel, Thur., Dec. 14, 1905|
|Quisenberry Mrs. Inez Hampton||The Winchester Sun Sat., 3-25-1972|
|Quisenberry S. P.||The Clark County Republican, Fri. 6-23-1916|
|Quisenberry,||Settlement with William Phelps guardian for Mildred Quisenberry was produced and allowed and ordered to be recorded.Order Book 10; P. 203; October Court 1834|
|Quisenberry, _____||T. A. Taylor vs. Rhodes Quisenberry & co.Annie Winn & co. vs. Rhodes Quisenberry & co.Plaintiff affidavit and the order entered appointing S. A. Jeffries Esq. guardian ad litem for infant defendants Tom, Robert, Maggie Pearl, Annie, James, Dixie and Price Quisenberry in each of the above cases, filed Oct. 4th 1888, are now noted.
Order Book 20; P. 218; November Court 1888
Bettie A. Quisenberry & co. on petition
Clerk order designating Winchester Democrat as newspaper in which the notice shall be published Oct. 16th, 1888 noted.
Order Book 20; P. 218; November Court 1888
|Quisenberry, _________||Thomas Williams & others. vs. J. M. Quisenberry & othersParker A. Artis vs. John M. QuisenberryMaster Commissioner having made his report, judgements and costs in these two cases have been fully paid by said Colby B. Quisenberry the executor aforesaid, and that the balance in the hands of said executor the said J. M. Quisenberry from the estate of his father, has been paid by said executor to James Hauagan as directed in a former decree in this case these papers filed away.
Order Book 16; P. 244; May Court 1876
|Quisenberry, A. C.||Letter From Q. Hyattsville, Md., Sept. 16, 1905Messrs. Perry & Beckner:Dear Friends:–In this week’s Sun-Sentinel, you re-publish from Collins, Ky., a list of names of 6 or 8 Revolutionary soldiers who were living in Clark county in 1840, and ask that the names of others be sent you by those who know of them. In the Winchester Sun of Jan. 31, 1895, (Bosley & Hampton, editors), I published a list of 89 Revolutionary soldiers who either lived in Clark county, or have descendants living there now. If you have files of The Sun you can easily find this list.
In 1896 the Ky. Society of the Sons of the American Revolution published (Jno. P. Morton & Co., Louisville) a Year Book 286 pages, the greater part of which was compiled by me from original sources in Washington, which contained a roll of the Officers of the Virginia Line who received land bounties; a Roll of the Revolutionary Pensioners in Kentucky, a list of “the Illinois Regiment” who served under Geo. Rogers Clark in the Northwest Campaign, and a Roster of the Virginia Navy in the Revolution. In each of these rolls or rosters are the names of men who afterwards settled in Clark county, but they are not “divided off” in the lists so as to show in what counties of Kentucky they settled, except in the “Roll of Pensioners,” which shows that, first and last, 59 men lived in Clark county, who received pensions as Revolutionary soldiers. The list gives in each case the date on which the pension was granted, its amount, the age of the pensioner on that date, and the name of the State from which he served. As no Revolutionary pensions were granted until 1818, and then only to a very limited class and as the first “service” pensions were not granted until 1832—or about 50 years after the close of the war, you will see that there must have been a grant many Revolutionary soldiers who lived in Clark county, and died there, without ever getting on the pension rolls. “Joel Hickman, private of the Virginia Line, pensioned ($80 a year) on May 7, 1833, at the age of 73,” is on the list. So also, is Stephen Holliday- another one of the junior editor’s kinsmen- and several of the others may be his kindred also. If I had a spare copy of the Year Book I would gladly send it to you. But if you want a copy (and it is well worth having, if I do say so myself), I think John P. Morton & Co. sell them at $2.
Anderson county had 18 Revolutionary pensioners, John Penny (which may be a misprint for Perry), among them, admitted Nov. 28, 1832, age 75—Va. State Troops. Benjamin Perry, of Henry county., and John Perry, of Pulaski county, are also on this list. I am laid up with the grip and can hardly write.
“May the Lord be with you till we meet again.” Yours faithfully, A. C. Quisenberry.
The Sun-Sentinel, Thursday, September 21, 1905
Our War Stories.
We complete this week the story of the Battle of Winchester by Mr. A. C. Quisenberry.
We have before us the manuscript of a story which shows that there was another battle in the city and suburbs in 1863 a year later. It is written by one who was a participant on the confederate side. It will appear in a later issue. There was an engagement on Stony Creek in this county that an eye witness will describe. It is not probable that these articles will appear until after the first of the year.
The Sun-Sentinel, Thursday, December 14, 1905
|Quisenberry, Anderson C.||The Winchester Sun Mon., 12-5-1921|
|Quisenberry, Andrew K.||The Winchester Sun Tues., 2-11, 2-12-2003|
|Quisenberry, Annie Laura||Died—Saturday, 8th, of catarrhal membranous croup, Annie Laura, infant daughter of Henry L. and Maude Quisenberry, aged eighteen months. Burial at Winchester cemetery. Services by Rev. J. W. McGarvey.The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, November 12, 1890|
|Quisenberry, Arthur Sr.||The Winchester Sun Thur., 6-30-1977|
|Quisenberry, Carrie Cornelia||The Winchester Sun, Tues., 11-20-1917|
|Quisenberry, Charles C.||The Winchester Sun Thur., 2-19, 6-12-1942|
|Quisenberry, Charles Oliver||The Winchester Sun Mon., 8-10, 8-11-1964|
|Quisenberry, Chester L.||The Winchester Sun Sat., 11-9-1991|
|Quisenberry, Colby B. Sr.||Will Book 1, Page 212Dated: July 18, 1868Recorded: January 23, 1871 and May 2, 1871|
|Quisenberry, Colby Burris||The Winchester Sun, Mon., 3-22-1915|
|Quisenberry, Colby T.||DIED-At Eureka Springs, Ark., of erysipelas, Colby T Quisenberry, of Trinidad, Col. Aged 65 years. He was a native of this county and formerly lived on the Lexington pike not far from this city. He went from here to Missouri and was the pioneer in the fine horse and cattle business of that section. He was treasurer of the State Grange, and during his incumbency he became financially embarrassed and lost his property. He afterward moved to Colorado.The Democrat, Wednesday, February 8, 1893.|
|Quisenberry, David Waller||The Winchester Sun, Mon., 6-15, 7-6-1914|
|Quisenberry, Dorothy Jean||The Winchester Sun Sat., 6-26-2004|
|Quisenberry, E. E.||The Winchester Sun, Wed., 1-29-1919|
|Quisenberry, Earl||The Winchester Sun Mon., 7-29-1940|
|Quisenberry, Elery Nimrod||The Winchester Sun Tues., 7-6-1937|
|Quisenberry, Eliza||Age 9 months, her parent was T. Quisenberry, she died in December 1852.CCKD|
|Quisenberry, Elizabeth||Real Estate DealsElizabeth Quisenberry’s heirs to Zack Conner, 212.5 acres near Pilot View, for $8,500.The Winchester Democrat, Fri., April 7, 1899
Elizabeth Quisenberry’s heirs to Talitha Grigsby house and lot on Boone Street, for$1,450
The Winchester Democrat, Fri., April 7, 1899
|Quisenberry, Elizabeth||The Winchester Sun Mon., 5-18-1936|
|Quisenberry, Emily||The Winchester Sun Fri., 8-22, 8-25-1924|
|Quisenberry, Emma Lou Lisle||The marriage of Waller Quisenberry and Miss Emma Lisle, is announced for four o’clock Wednesday afternoon, at the bride’s father, Squire Jas. D. Lisle, Rev. I. T. Creek, will be the officiating clergyman. No cards will be issued but friends of the parties will be welcome.The Winchester Democrat, Friday, December 7, 1894
MARRIED-Wednesday, at the residence of Squire Jas. D. Lisle, Mr. Waller Quisenberry and Miss Emma Lisle, Rev I. T. Creek officiating. Attendants Mr. J. L. McCord and Miss Reed Haggard. After the ceremony a reception was tendered them at the home of the groom near this city, where they will reside. The groom is one of our best farmers, a highly cultivated gentleman, while the bride is one of the most gently and lovable of Clark county’s fair daughters.
The Winchester Democrat, Friday, December 14, 1894.
DEATH OF MRS. QUISENBERRY
Mrs. Emma Quisenberry, wife of Waller Quisenberry, died Saturday at her home on the Boonesboro Pike, of Peritonitis, aged thirty-seven years. The remains were buried yesterday morning in the Winchester Cemetery with services at the grave by Rev. Richard French. Before her marriage she was Miss Lisle, a daughter, of the late James D. Lisle, She is survived by her husband and seven children ranging from two to fourteen years of age. Her mother and several brothers and sisters also survive her. She was a lady of most attractive disposition and leaves a host of friends to mourn her death.
THE WINCHESTER DEMOCRAT, JULY 19, 1910
|Quisenberry, Ethel Lisle||The Winchester Sun Wed., 9-12-1973|
|Quisenberry, Fielding B.||Big Land SuitJudge B. F. Day, of Mt. Sterling, Judge J. C. Lykins, of Campton, and T. T. Cope of Jackson, have been here this week taking depositions in the case of Chenault vs. Quisenberry’s heirs which has been pending in the Wolfe Circuit Court for several years.In 1828 Enoch Elkin and Lewis Grigsby bought ten thousand acres of land lying principally in what is now Wolfe and Powell counties. In those days the timber was but little valued and the mineral wealth of the mountains was thought of. The principal value of this wild land was for the mast, or nuts of various kinds. Each year large droves of hogs were taken there and turned out in the woods to fatten on this “mast”. About twenty years later, the late Fielding Quisenberry bought out most of the heirs and early in the fifties sold a considerable part of this land. The purchaser refused to pay for it on the ground that Quisenberry’s title was not good. The suit was fought with much vigor through the lower courts and was finally taken to the Court of Appeals which decided that Quisenberry could give a good title. About twenty years ago Wm. Chenault, of Montgomery county and Joel Chenault, of Powell county, laid claim to this land, now reduced to about eighteen hundred acres, and the present suit is the result of these rival claims. It has been dragging along in the courts for years and has never come to trial.
The Winchester Democrat, Friday, July 20, 1894.
THE Chenault-Quisenberry land suit, which has attracted considerable attention, was decided last week at Campton in favor of the Quisenberry heirs. In 1838 Lewis Grigsby, Zeke and Enoch Elkin patented 10,100 acres of land in what is now Wolfe and Powell counties at various times, beginning half a century ago. The late Fielding Quisenberry bought 6,200 acres of this land, and early in the fifties sold half of it to John D. Spencer. Spencer refused to pay for it on the ground that Quisenberry’s title was not good. A long suit followed, which went to the Court of Appeals, and was finally decided in Quisenberry’s favor. In 1874 G. W. and E. C. Chenault got out a patent on this land, which was covered with valuable timber, most of which is now gone. The present case has been on hand for some time, and the decision of the court recently again asserts the rights of the Quisenberry heirs to this land, now reduced to about 1,700 acres. They secured a judgement against the Chenaults for something over $ 1,400. An injunction with a bond of $ 2,100, given by them, still remains unsettled. The parties are related, the mother of the Chenaults having been a Quisenberry.
The Winchester Democrat, Friday, October 12, 1894.
For a number of years a suit has been in progress in the Wolfe Circuit Court between the heirs of Fielding B. Quisenberry, of this county, and Messrs. Chenault, of Montgomery county, involving the ownership of a large lot of land in Wolfe and Powell counties. The Quisenberry’’ won in the lower court but last week it was reversed on a technicality by the Court of Appeals and will be tried again on it’s merits.
The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday December 28, 1897
Lower Court Reversed
The Court of Appeals Monday, by Judge Paynter, reversed the decision of the lower court in the case of Chenault, etc., vs. Quisenberry, etc., appealed from the Wolfe Circuit Court. The action was brought about ten years ago by the heirs of the late Fielding B. Quisenberry, of this county, of which Mr. C. C. Quisenberry, of this city, is one, and involves a large body of land in Wolfe county. This was the third appeal in the same case from the lower court. At the last trial the plaintiffs secured a verdict for $2,000 damages, which the higher court holds to be excessive and the case is therefore remanded for rehearing.
The Sun-Sentinel, Thur., June 23, 1904
|Quisenberry, Fleming Duckworth||The Winchester Sun Wed., 7-22-1970|
|Quisenberry, Frank||Frank Quisenberry, formerly of this county and formerly known by most of our readers, died Monday at his home near Louisville, of consumption, aged about thirty-five years, and was buried yesterday at Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisville. He leaves a wife and one child.The Winchester Democrat, Wed., 1-18-1888|
|Quisenberry, G. W.||Stabbed His Brother-In_LawGreensburg, Ky., June 1W. C. Curry, a member of the Greensburg company of state militia, got into a fight with his brother-in-law, G. W. Quisenberry, and it is charged, mortally cut him with a knife. The knife was plunged deep into Quisenberry’s lungs and twice into the back in the region of the kidneys. After the cutting Quisenberry ran Curry away with a stone.
The Winchester Democrat, Tue., June 5, 1900
|Quisenberry, George M.||The Winchester Sun Wed., 3-28, 3-29-1945|
|Quisenberry, George Robert||Death of an infantGeorge Robert, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Quisenberry, who live near Pilot View, died Friday of pneumonia, aged eleven months. The funeral was preached Sunday morning at the Old Baptist Church by Eld. W.H. Crouse and the remains were buried in the Winchester Cemetery.The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, December 18, 1906|
|Quisenberry, George Robert(Cush)||The Winchester Sun Tues., 6-24, 6-25-1969|
|Quisenberry, George W.||The Winchester Sun Sat., 7-13, 7-15-1985|
|Quisenberry, H. G.||J. W. Poynter vs. H. G. QuisenberryDefendant Elizabeth Quisenberry filed exception….death of defendant H. G. Quisenberry is suggested cause continued.Order Book 18; P. 349; May Court 1883
J. W. Poynter vs. H. G. Quisenberry & co.
…..action revived against J. L. Grigsby as administrator of H. G. Quisenberry decd…
Order Book 19; P. 255; May Court 1886
J. N. Poynter vs. H. G. Quisenberry
The defendants, all whom are the heirs at law of the original defendant H. G. Quisenberry who has died…..court to set aside judgment….
Order Book 20; P. 1; November Court 1887
J. N. Poynter vs. H. G. Quisenberry & co.
…..that the interest of the decedent H. G. Quisenberry in the lands of his deceased father….continued.
Order Book 20; P. 191 – 192; May Court 1888
|Quisenberry, H. K.||The Winchester Sun Fri., 4-7, 4-8-1961|
|Quisenberry, H. L.||T. J. Quisenberry, qualified at trustee of H. L. Quisenberry; G. J. Hunt, T. C. Robinson and R. P. Taylor appointed appraisers of the estate.The Democrat, Wednesday, February 24, 1892.|
|Quisenberry, Hazel May||FordDied, on Dec. the 25th at about nine o’clock p. m., Hazel May, little daughter of E. E. and Sarah Quisenberry, of scarlet fever. We take this method of expressing to the sorrowing relatives our love and sympathy.The Winchester Sentinel, Wed., Dec. 31, 1902
December 25th, at Ford, Hazel May, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Quisenberry. The remains have the sympathy of a large circle of friends.
The Winchester Democrat, Fri., Jan. 2, 1903
|Quisenberry, Helen Carter||The Winchester Sun Fri., 11-19, 11-20-1999|
|Quisenberry, Henry||The Winchester Sun, Thur., 12-5-1912|
|Quisenberry, Henry||The Winchester Sun Mon., 1-3-1955|
|Quisenberry, Henry AA||The Winchester Sun, Sat., 8-26-1916|
|Quisenberry, Henry AA||African American Male, Single, approximately 40 years old, Father-Lewis Quisenberry, Mother-Maud Jacobs, Died June 27, 1936, Buried June 29, 1936.Kentucky Vital Statistics Death Certificate Number 15636, Volume 1936.|
|Quisenberry, Henry AllanHampton||The Winchester Sun Sat., 7-13, 7-15-1963|
|Quisenberry, Henry K. Jr.||The Winchester Sun Fri., 9-8, 9-9-1978|
|Quisenberry, Henry L.||The Winchester Sun, Mon., 2-21, 2-28-1916The Clark County Republican, Fri. 2-26-1916The Semi-Weekly Sun, 2-26-1916|
|Quisenberry, Hunt||The Winchester Sun Wed., 12-16, 12-17-1936|
|Quisenberry, infant||The little babe of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Quisenberry passed into eternal rest on Dec.25th, after a long illness of consumption; burial took place at the Skinner graveyard in Madison County. The parents have our heartfelt sympathy.The Winchester Democrat, Friday, January 29, 1909|
|Quisenberry, infant daughter||The Winchester Sun Thur., 9-12-1963|
|Quisenberry, infant son||Died-December 20th, the infant son of Rhodes Quisenberry.The Clark County Democrat, Wed., 12-22-1880|
Quisenberry, infant son
|Died; May 15th infant son of Jesse Quisenberry of Elkin.The Democrat, Wednesday May 22, 1889|
|Quisenberry, infant son||Died—The infant son of Robt. Quisenberry, who formerly lived in Madison county, near Boonesboro.The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, January 14, 1891|
|Quisenberry, J. W. AA||The Winchester Sun Fri., 1-1-1937|
|Quisenberry, James||Death of Mrs. Elkin.Mrs. Polly Ann Elkin, wife of E. J. M. Elkin, died Friday morning at her home near Providence Church, of inflammation of the stomach and bowels, aged seventy-three years. The funeral was preached at the family residence Saturday morning by Rev. J. S. Wilson and the remains were buried in the family graveyard. Mrs. Elkin was the daughter of Rev. James Quisenberry, and of his twenty-three children only one survives, Mrs. Sophia Gordon, who lives in Marshall county. Mrs. Elkin’s husband survives her and also three daughters, Mrs. James Rutledge Sr., Mrs. John D. Hunt and Mrs. Thomas Tucker. She was a constant member of the Baptist church and was a good, Christian woman, loved by all who knew her.The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, September 10, 1901.|
|Quisenberry, James||Will Book 1, Page 95Dated: May 29, 1862Recorded: October 27, 1862
Wife Elizabeth Executor (s): Brothers John and Jeff
Daughter (deceased) Elizabeth Prewitt Witnessed by: James Bush, George Graves
Son-in-law William Prewitt Codicil dated July 17, 1862
Daughter Amanda Marshall Witnessed by: William Cooper, George Fox
Daughter Sally Bush
Future grand-children No names
Son Franklin Quisenberry
Son Hiram Quisenberry
Daughter Talitha Quisenberry
Daughter Alice Quisenberry
Daughter Prudence Quisenberry
Grand-son James Prewitt
Grand-son William Prewitt
|Quisenberry, James||Died-Friday, near Stepstone, Montgomery county, James Quisenberry, aged 45 years. He was formerly from this county being a son of Wm. Quisenberry who formerly lived near Elkin.The Winchester Democrat, Wed., 7-13-1892|
|Quisenberry, James||Revolutionary War SoldierList of Revolutionary Soldiers Who Were Citizens Of Clark County, KentuckyCompiled By Mrs. William D. Clark, Of Hart Chapter, D.A.R.
Chairman Of Revolutionary Soldiers Graves
Winchester, Clark County, Kentucky, Library
Quisenberry Graveyard (off Flanagan Station Rd.)
Epitaph reads: “In memory of James Quisenberry born in Orange County, Va. Of English parentage, June 13, 1759. In the 18th year of his age he intermarried with Jane Burris of the same county by whom he had seven sons and six daughters. On the 24th of Dec., 1811 he married to Chloe Shipp of Clark Co., Ky. By whom he had 11 children. In the early part of his life he professed religion. In 1783 he moved to Kentucky and not long after commenced preaching the Gospel of the Redeemer which he continued zealously to do until his departure the 5th of August, 1830 whose soul made meet for glory was taken to Immanuel’s bosom being 71 years, 1mo. And 22 days.
Like all good men by some despised
Like them by many others loved and
But theirs shall be the ever lasting
Not when the world, but Jesus Christ
Old Graveyards of Clark County, Kentucky Compiled and Edited by Kathryn Owen, 1975
Motion of Colby B. Quisenberry ordered that Benjamin J. Taul, Thomas Wornall, and David Hampton be appointed commissioners to allot unto Cloe Quisenberry widow of James Quisenberry decd. her dower in the Negroes and real estate of her said decd. husband and make report.
Order Book 10; P. 2; October Court 1830
Allotment of dower of Cloe Quisenberry ordered to be recorded.
Order Book 10; P. 25; April Court 1831
Inventory and appraisal of the estate of James Quisenberry decd. ordered to be recorded.
Order Book 10; P. 26; April Court 1831
Amount of sales of the estate of James Quisenberry decd. ordered to be recorded.
Order Book 10; P. 26; April Court 1831
Ordered that William Hickman, William C. Sympson and Washington Miller settle and adjust all accounts with the administrator of the estate of James Quisenberry and make report.
Order Book 10; P. 79; July Court 1832
Ordered that Tandy Quisenberry be appointed guardian to Sopha, James, George, Polly Ann Quisenberry infant orphans of James Quisenberry decd. with Roger Quisenberry security.
Order Book 10; P. 111; February Court 1833
Settlement with the administrators of the estate of James Quisenberry decd. ordered to be recorded.
Order Book 10; P. 136; August Court 1833
Ordered that Cloe Quisenberry be appointed guardian to James H. Quisenberry infant orphan of James Quisenberry dec. said infant being over the age of 16 years and being present in court and with the approbation of said court made choice of the said Cloe Quisenberry as his guardian giving security whereupon she together with Tilman Bush Allen A Elkin Peter Evans Jr. and Lewis Quisenberry entered into and acknowledged their bond in penalty of $2000 conditioned as the law directs Tandy Quisenberry former guardian being present in court and consented thereto.
Order Book 11; P.16; April Court 1840
George Quisenberry infant orphan of James Quisenberry dec. came into court and with the approbation of the court made choice of Cloe Quisenberry as guardian of his estate giving security whereupon she together with Tilman Bush Allen A. Elkin Peter Evans Jr. and Lewis Quisenberry entered into and acknowledged their bond in penalty of $2000 conditioned as the law directs.
Tandy Quisenberry former guardian being present in court and consented thereto.
Order Book 11; P.16; April Court 1840
Polly Ann Quisenberry infant orphan of James Quisenberry dec. came personally into court and with the approbation of the court made choice of Cloe Quisenberry as guardian of her estate giving security whereupon she together with Tillman Bush and Peter Evans entered into and acknowledged their bond in the penalty of $2,000 conditioned as the law directs.
Order Book 11; P. 207; July Court 1843
Settlement with Cloe Quisenberry guardian of George W. Quisenberry was produced in court and ordered to be filed until next court.
Order Book 11; P. 274; May Court 1844
Settlement with Cloe Quisenberry guardian for George W. Quisenberry being filed at last court is again being produced at court approved of and ordered to be recorded.
Order Book 11; P. 279; June Court 1844
Settlement with Tandy Quisenberry guardian for Polly Quisenberry was produced in court and ordered to filed until next court.
Order Book 11; P. 287; August Court 1844
James H. Quisenberry came personally into court and stated that he has arrived at the age of twenty one years and that Cloe Quisenberry his guardian has settled with him in full and that he has no claims against her as such. This order made at the request of said Cloe Quisenberry.
Order Book 11; P. 289; August Court 1844
Settlement with Tandy Quisenberry guardian for Polly A. Quisenberry being filed at last court was again produced in court approved of and ordered to be recorded.
Order Book 11; P. 301; October Court 1844
Settlement with Cloe Quisenberry late guardian of Polly Ann Quisenberry was produced in court and ordered to be filed until next court.
Order Book 11; P. 391; November Court 1845
Settlement with Cloe Quisenberry, guardian of Polly Ann Quisenberry begin filed at last court was again produced in court approved of and ordered to be recorded.
Order Book 11; P. 395; December Court 1845
|Quisenberry, James||DiedJames Quisenberry died Wednesday night at the home of his sister, Mrs. E. J. M. Elkin, after a long illness. The remains were buried in the family graveyard. On account of the very serious illness of Mr. Elkin no funeral services were held.The Winchester Democrat, Fri., Feb. 22, 1901|
|Quisenberry, James||J. N. Poynter vs. H. G. Quisenberry & co.…..parcel of land situated on the waters of Howard upper creek in Clark County Kentucky adjoining the lands of James Greene, W. T. Panell decd., Benjamin Fox decd, and M. Parrish, the land on which said Elizabeth Quisenberry resided for many years and the same land of which James Quisenberry died seized be sold by Master…..Order Book 18; P. 246 – 247; November Court 1882|
|Quisenberry, James||Elizabeth Quisenberry & co. vs. W. Marshall & co.……land owned by James Quisenberry decd. at the time of his death….execute to Elizabeth Quisenberry by deed……Order Book 19; P. 46; May Court 1885|
|Quisenberry, James A.||Age 5, male, he was born in Clark County, KY, his parents were Colby and Mary Quisenberry, he lived in Clark County, KY, he died in Clark County, KY, March 7, 1855 of pneumonia.CCKD|
|Quisenberry, James Evans||The Winchester Sun Fri., 3-1, 3-4-1946|
|Quisenberry, James F.||Will Book 1, Page 304Dated: November 24, 1876Recorded: February 26, 1877
Wife Emma Quisenberry Executor: Wife Emma
4 children Mrs. Alice Hinkle Witnessed by: Luther Dykes, James C. Richards
|Quisenberry, James F.||Emma C. Quisenberry vs. Emma May HukleWe the jury find that the writing propounded of date November 24, 1876 is not the last will and testament of James F. Quisenberry, court orders will set aside.Order Book 16; P. 523; November Court 1877|
|Quisenberry, James Francis||IN MEMORIAN“Only the dead hearts forsake us never;Love, that to death’s loyal care has fled,
Is thus consecrated ours forever,
And no change can rob us of our dead.”
James Francis Quisenberry, late junior editor of this paper died of typhoid pneumonia on Wednesday, the 4th day of February 1880, after an illness of three week’s duration. He was born in this county on the 23rd day of February 1855, and consequently lacked nineteen days of completing his twenty-fifth year.
During his last illness he was assiduously and unremittingly attended by physicians and friends who lovingly did all for him that human power could do, but the disease was deeply seated, and successfully resisted every effort to abate it. Throughout all his illness and suffering he was patient and resigned. Whatever pains he may have suffered and they must have been many, he made no sign, but he endured them with that uncomplaining fortitude which had ever been a characteristic of his life and he approached the dread hour of desolation as peacefully and as quietly as one who wraps the drapery of his couch about him and lies down to pleasant dreams. He died like an infant sinking to sleep.
Francis was educated at Georgetown College, Ky., and was perhaps more thoroughly informed and had achieved a wider and more general course of reading than any young man of his age in Kentucky. But he was modest, reticent and retiring and lived pretty much within himself. It required a very intimate friendship to draw out his brilliance and his accomplishments. He was full of promise and had with in him the germs of true greatness, but he did not seek to be seen or known of men. He preferred rather to direct his course “far from the maddening crowd’s ignoble strife,” and sought and found his chiefest pleasures among the cool shades of the forestry and amid the universal beauties of nature.
He had a rare literary gift, being a poet of no mean pretensions. He published a poem in the Christmas number of the Louisville Argus which received the hearty encomiums of competent critics. As a prose writer he was terse, forcible and brilliant. His ideas were always fresh, crisp and sparkling, and were expressed in pleasing, striking language. He became connected with the Sun on the first day of last January and would have made its columns a power had he lived. But, alas for human expectations within a week after he mounted the tripod the Death Angel brushed him with her wing and soothed him speedily into the sleep that known no waking.
We will not pretend to deny that Francis had faults, for he had many, but they were the faults to which the brave, the noble and the generous are mostly addicted. He was high principled and impetuous. His honor was of the true, chivalric order. His high strung soul could not look upon an act of injustice with the least degree of allowances. He was brave as a lion, yet gentle as a little child, and always championed the cause of the weak and the opportunist. We have known him throughout life as a brother and a friend, and feel that a sudden or more blighting affliction than his death could hardly have befallen his family. We all know him for what he was worth and he was our favorite and the object of our tenderest solicitude. His death leaves us all beret of one whose like we shall not look upon again, and whose untimely death we shall mourn with ever freshening grief as long as the grass grows, the water runs and the blue sky canopies the earth. We will cherish his memory while life endures and take comfort with the blessed thought that “no change can rob us of our dead.”
Francis lived a moralist and died a philosopher and we can not close this last tribute to his memory without adding a quotation which he fervently admired. ”Life is a narrow vale between the cold and barren peaks of two eternities. We strive in vain to look beyond the heights. We cry aloud and the only answer id the echo of our wailing cry. From the voiceless lips of the unreplying dead there comes no word, but in the night of death hope sees the glimmering of a star and listening love can hear the rustle of a wing.”
Brave, noble, generous heart, hail, and farewell, Thou hast passed beyond the heights, Rest thee and abide thee. Thou art better now!
The Semi-Weekly Sun, Tue., 2-10-1880
|Quisenberry, James Hodgkin||The Winchester Sun Mon., 3-28, 3-29-1955|
|Quisenberry, James Hodgkin Jr.||The Winchester Sun Wed., 9-20, 9-21-1995|
|Quisenberry, James Randall||The Winchester Sun Wed., 1-29, 1-30, 1-31-1986|
|Quisenberry, James Roger||The Winchester Sun Wed., 6-28-1944|
|Quisenberry, James W.||The Winchester Sun Sat., 5-4, 5-6-1957|
|Quisenberry, Jesse Clay||The Winchester Sun Wed., 4-15, 4-16-1970|
|Quisenberry, Jesse H.||Sudden DeathSaturday morning Jesse H. Quisenberry, who lived in the eastern part of the county, was found dead in bed. His death was evidently from heart disease and without a struggle. His wife knew nothing of it until she accidentally touched him and found him cold in death. The burial took place Sunday at the Brock graveyard. He was about forty-five years old, generous and impulsive and liked by everybody. He leaves a wife and six children.The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, February 9, 1897|
|Quisenberry, Joe||The Winchester Sun Thur., 7-2-1942|
|Quisenberry, Joel||The last will and testament of Joel Quisenberry dec. was produced in open court and proven according to law by the oaths of John Mills and Tandy Quisenberry witnesses thereto subscribed and ordered to be recorded.Order Book 12; P. 52; October Court 1847
Joel Quisenberry’s heirs vs. Joel Quisenberry’s heirs
This cause is now submitted to the court to be heard in part.
Order Book 9; P. 495; November Court 1857
Joel Quisenberry’s heirs vs. Joel Quisenberry’s heirs
On motion of Jefferson Quisenberry it is ordered that the Master commissioner on behalf of the other heirs of Joel Quisenberry dec. execute to him a deed for the tract of land denied to him by his father and set apart to him by this term of the commissioners a decree in this suit.
Order Book 9; P. 504; November Court 1857
Harrison Thomson vs. Jane Chenault; Joel Quisenberry’s heirs vs. Joel Quisenberry’s heirs
These actions again being heard and the court being advised it is ordered and adjudged that the report of the Master knew of further sale of slaves as filed herein on 29 December 1857 be and the same is approved and confirmed except ………………………………………actions continued …………………
Order Book 9; P. 602; May Court 1858
Joel Quisenberry Curator (Geo. Fox) vs. A. M. Thomas
Order Book 9; P. 614; May Court 1858
Joel Quisenberry’s Heirs vs. Joel Quisenberry’s Heirs
The commissioner J. W. Craddock’s report of settlement with Fox as Curator filed ………
Order Book 10; P. 5; July Court 1858
Joel Quisenberry’s Heirs vs. Joel Quisenberry’s Heirs …………Equity
Order Book 11; P. 10; July Court 1858
Joel Quisenberry’s Heirs vs. Joel Quisenberry’s Heirs …..Equity
The defendant Roger J. Quisenberry filed exceptions to the report of Commissioner J. W. Craddock.
Order Book 11; P. 18; July Court 1858
Joel Quisenberry Heirs vs. Joel Quisenberry ………..Chancery
…..report filed by Harrison Thomson…………. The commissioner J. W. Craddock allowed $…………..A. H. Buckner receiver ………..
Order Book 11; P. 34; July Court 1858
Joel Quisenberry’s Heirs vs. Joel Quisenberry’s Heirs ……Equity
Order Book 10; P. 43; July Court 1858
Joel Quisenberry’s Heirs vs. Joel Quisenberry’s Heirs …..Equity
…..reconsider it’s judgment upon it’s exceptions ……..
Order Book 10; P. 44; July Court 1858
Joel Quisenberry’s Heirs Vs. Joel Quisenberry’s Heirs …………Equity
………..George Fox curator of Joel Quisenberry dec. deliver to A. H. Buckner, Receiver ………..bonds ……………
Order Book 10; P. 60; November Court 1858
Joel Quisenberry’s Curator vs. A. M. Thomas
………stricken from docket …………..
Order Book 10; P. 89; November Court 1858
Joel Quisenberry’s heirs vs. Joel Quisenberry’s heirs &c …………….Equity
…………….submitted to court for a decree…………
Order Book 10; P. 151; May Court 1859
Joel Quisenberry’s heirs vs. Joel Quisenberry’s heirs ……..Equity
Order Book 10; P. 151; May Court 1859
Harrison Thomson &c vs. Jane Chenault &c ……….Equity
…….the share of Pamelia Evans dec. in the proceeds of land …………..of Joel Quisenberry dec. belongs to Silas Evans her husband ………Receiver Buckner to collect ……….recover from Curator Fox …balance of the estate………collect sale bond of James F. McKinney ………………
Order Book 10; P. 191; May Court 1859
Harrison Thomson vs. Jane Chenault &c …………..Equity
………….on behalf of the heirs of Joel Quisenberry dec. convey to Thomas Evans the tract of land purchased by him, ……….in like manner convey to Marcus J. Quisenberry the tract of land devised to him by survey…………
Order Book 10; P. 208; May Court 1859
Joel Quisenberry’s Heirs vs. Joel Quisenberry’s Heirs ……..Equity
Order Book 10; P. 222; July Court 1859
Claiborne Lisle vs. A. M. Thomas …………..Equity
……….a portion of the debt paid by Julian B. Thomas to George Fox Curator of Joel Quisenberry was paid by Augustin M. Thomas or out of his property ……… dispute as to amount ……
Order Book 10; P. 241; July Court 1859
Joel Quisenberry Heirs vs. Joel Quisenberry’s Heirs ……..Equity
….receiver’s settlement with George Fox Curator ……
Order Book 10; P. 247; November Court 1859
Joel Quisenberry’s Heirs vs. Joel Quisenberry’s Heirs …….Equity
Harrison Thomson &c vs. Jane Chenault &c Equity
Order Book 10; P. 254; November Court 1859
Joel Quisenberry’s Heirs vs. Joel Quisenberry’s Heirs ……….Equity
…….submitted to court for decree………
Order Book 10; P. 256; November Court 1859
Joel Quisenberry’s Heirs vs. Joel Quisenberry’s Heirs ……….Equity
Harrison Thomson &c vs. Jane Chenault &c ……Equity
…………George Fox ………distribute ………amongst the 8 heirs entitled ………to wit, James Quisenberry, Roger Quisenberry, John H. Quisenberry, Talitha Watts, Chenault & wife, Silas Evans, Harrison Thomson & wife and W. N. Thomson as Guardian of Benjamin F. Thomson and Joel V. Thomson …………
Order Book 10; P. 279; November Court 1859
Joel Quisenberry’s Heirs vs. Joel Quisenberry’s Heirs ………Equity
Harrison Thomson &c vs. Jane Chenault &c ………..Equity
……..Buckner produced in court …..deed of conveyance to Thomas J. Quisenberry ..approved by court ordered certified to record.
……Buckner produced in court ………..deed of conveyance to Thomas Gaines …approved and ordered to be certified for record. …………..
Order Book 10; P. 321; November Court 1859
Joel Quisenberry’s heirs vs. Joel Quisenberry’s heirs &c
Harrison Thomson &c vs. Jane Chenault
The plaintiffs attorney suggests the intermarriage of the Plaintiffs Silas Evans & Talitha Watts. The report of the Receiver Buckner filed …..
Order Book 10; P. 326; May Court 1860
Joel Quisenberry’s heirs vs. Joel Quisenberry’s heirs &c
…….cause submitted to court for judgment……
Order Book 10; P. 338; May Court 1860
Harrison Thomson &c vs. Jane Chenault &c …….Equity
Joel Quisenberry’s heirs vs. Joel Quisenberry’s heirs &c ………Equity
…..causes heard another court advised adjudges receivers report filed be confirmed …………continued.
Order Book 10; P. 347; May Court 1860
Joel Quisenberry’s heirs vs. Joel Quisenberry’s heirs
Order Book 10; P. 407; July Court 1860
Joel Quisenberry’s heirs vs. Joel Quisenberry’s heirs &c …….Equity
Ordered that the papers in these causes be filed away.
Order Book 10; P. 438; November Court 1860
|Quisenberry, Joel T.||The Winchester Sun, Mon., 3-29, 3-30-1915|
|Quisenberry, Joel Tandy Jr.||The Winchester Sun Tues., 3-6-1956|
|Quisenberry, John||Mildred J. Quisenberry infant orphan of John Quisenberry decd. came personally into court and with the approbation of the court made choice of William Phelps as her guardian with John B. Dawson security.Order Book 10; P. 91; October Court 1832|
|Quisenberry, John||Died in MissouriJohn Quisenberry died at his home at Laddonia, Mo., Tuesday, February 1st, of dropsy, aged about sixty years. He was a native of this county, a son of the late Squire Thacker Quisenberry, but had lived in Missouri since early manhood. He was very highly respected in his adopted home and served several terms as Mayor of his home town. Of a large family of brothers and sisters who formerly lived here, the only member now residing here being Mrs. Sue Vivion, of this city.The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, February 8, 1910|
|Quisenberry, John H.||Age 65, male, he was married, he lived in Clark County, KY, his parents were Josh and Bettie Quisenberry, his parents were both from Clark County, KY, he lived in Clark County, KY, he died in Clark County, KY, he died April 11, 1874.CCKD|
|Quisenberry, Joseph H.||Last Monday, at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Wm. Smith, of Montgomery county, Joseph H. Quisenberry, aged 82 years. He was a native of this county, a son of Rev. Jas. Quisenberry and was related by blood or marriage to hundreds of our people. Of a large family of brothers and sisters only three survive, Jas. Quisenberry and Mrs. E. J. M. Elkin, of this county, and Mrs. Sophia Gordon, wife of Randall Gordon, of Marshall county, both of whom formerly lived here. Mr. Quisenberry was twice married, his first wife being a Lindsay and the second a Snowden. He leaves several children, among them being Mrs. Harvey Powell and Mrs. Chloe Lowe, of this county.The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, June 19, 1894|
|Quisenberry, Joseph T.||The Winchester Sun Mon., 2-4, 2-5-1929|
|Quisenberry, Laura||Age 5, female, she was born in Clark County, KY, her parents were Robert P. and Ann Quisenberry, she lived in Clark County, KY, she died in Clark County, KY, February 19, 1853.CCKD|
|Quisenberry, Lee Curtis||Died—On Friday night last, Lee Curtis, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Quisenberry. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. W. Taylor and Rev. J. W. Fitch, at 4 p. m. Sunday, from the residence of Mr. Jas. H. Evans.Winchester Democrat Wed., 6-26-1889The Semi-Weekly Sun, 6-26-1889|
|Quisenberry, Lloyd||DeathsLloyd Quisenberry, a prominent farmer of Madison county, died at his home near Boonesboro, Monday, October 13th, of heart trouble, aged 79 years. He was a native of this county, a son of the late Wm. T. Quisenberry and spent the first half of his life here. He married Miss Mary Ann Bush, of this county, who died about ten years ago. He leaves a son, Robert Quisenberry, and a daughter, Rachel, the wife of John Green. She is in a very critical condition having been paralyzed a few years ago. One brother, Shelton Quisenberry, of Missouri, and one sister Mrs. Sophie VanClive, of Tennessee, survive him. The remains were buried in the family graveyard at his home. He was a splended citizen and had a host of friends.The Winchester Democrat, Tue., Oct. 21, 1902|
|Quisenberry, Lloyd||The Winchester Sun Mon., 9-27-1976|
|Quisenberry, Marie||The Winchester Sun, Sat., 10-12-1912|
|Quisenberry, Marion Bush||The Winchester Sun Mon., 10-15-1979|
|Quisenberry, Martha Louise||DeathsMr. and Mrs. Thos. Quisenberry’s infant daughter Martha Louise died Friday.The Sun-Sentinel, Thur., April 6, 1905|
|Quisenberry, Mary||The Winchester Sun Mon., 7-6, 7-7-1964|
|Quisenberry, Mary Gayle||Died of pneumoniaMary Gayle, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe T. Quisenberry, died Tuesday morning of pneumonia, aged about two and one-half years. The remains were placed in the vault at the Winchester cemetery and will be buried at a later date.The Winchester Democrat, Friday, February 18, 1910|
|Quisenberry, Mills||Died—Mills Quisenberry died at his home in the Northern part of Madison county on Saturday, May 7, 1898, aged probably 70 years. Buried on Sunday at the Huguely burying ground. Deceased was from Clark county, and a member of the family by that name in that county, but had lived in Madison county about thirty years. His wife, who died some years ago, was a daughter of the late Jacob Huguely, Sr. Several children survive, among them being James Quisenberry recently deputy County Clerk. He was a member of the Christian Church.—Richmond Pantagraph.He was a brother of ‘Squire Thacker Quisenberry, of this city, and the father of Mesdames I. N. Boone, Levi Boone and ‘Squire Boone, of this county.The Winchester Democrat, Friday, May 13, 1898|
|Quisenberry, Milton||Ordered that James F. Quisenberry be appointed guardian to Ann Elizabeth Quisenberry infant orphan of Milton Quisenberry deceased giving security whereupon he together with Colby B. Quisenberry entered into acknowledged their bond in the penalty of $3000 conditioned as the law directs.Order Book 11; P. 415; April Court 1846
Settlement with the guardian of Ann E. Quisenberry was produced in court and ordered to be filed.
Order Book 12; P. 27; June Court 1847
Settlement with James F. Quisenberry guardian of Ann E. Quisenberry being filed at last court was again produced in court approved of and ordered to be recorded.
Order Book 12; P. 32; July Court 1847
Settlement with the guardian of Ann E. Quisenberry was produced in court …….filed.
Order Book 12; P. 407; October Court 1851
Settlement with the guardian of Ann E. Quisenberry being filed …..again produced …….approved …..recorded.
Order Book 12; P. 415; November Court 1851
Settlement with the guardian of Ann E. Quisenberry was produced ….filed…..
Order Book 12; P. 577; August Court 1853
Again produced ……approved …..recorded.
Order Book 12; P. 581; September Court 1853
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Ada||The Winchester Sun Fri., 2-26, 2-27-1971|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Anna Ford||The Winchester Sun Sat., 8-16-1947|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Annie Clark||The Winchester Sun Thur., 11-19, 11-20-1964|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. BeatriceLandrum||The Winchester Sun Fri., 1-26, 1-27-1979|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. BessieMargaret Lewis||The Winchester Sun Wed., 1-29, 1-30, 1-31-1986|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Bettie||The Winchester Sun Thur., 7-18, 7-19-1935|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. BettieWoodford||The Winchester Sun Wed., 5-20-1936|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Della Lisle||The Winchester Sun Mon., 9-21, 9-22-1970|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. DorothyMaxine||The Winchester Sun Wed., 3-13, 3-14-1996|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Effie||The Winchester Sun Thur., 9-23-1954|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Elizabeth||Death of Mrs. Elizabeth Quisenberry.Mrs. Elizabeth Gibbs Quisenberry died at her home on Boone Avenue Wednesday morning, aged eighty-six years. Her death was quite sudden and is attributable to some affection of the brain. The funeral was preached yesterday morning at her late residence by Elder W. F. Neal and the remains were interred in the family graveyard near Pilot View. For more than sixty years she had been a consistent member of the Bethlehem Christian Church. She was the daughter of the late John Gibbs; and in early womanhood married James Quisenberry, who died in 1862. She leaves five daughters, Mrs. N. T. Bush, Mrs. Talitha Grigsby, Mrs. Elia Parrish, of this city; Mrs. Geo. Foy, of Hedges, and Mrs. Grant Berry, of Lexington.The Winchester Democrat, Friday, June 10, 1898
County Court Items
Will of Mrs. Elizabeth Quisenberry probated. It is dated October 20th, 1887, and makes an equal division of her property among her children. N. T. Bush, W. G. Berry, Geo. H. Fox appointed administrators with will annexed and J. N. Conkwright, S. Dinelle and W. P. Azbill appraisers of the estate.
The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, June 28, 1898
The house of the late Mrs. Elizabeth Quisenberry, on Boone street, was sold Thursday afternoon at public auction and was bought by Mrs. Talitha Grigsby for $1,425.
The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, July 5, 1898
To Zeke Conner, the farm of the late Mrs. Elizabeth Quisenberry containing 212 acres, at $40 per acre.
The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, November 29, 1898
|Quisenberry, Mrs. ElizabethWilcox||The Winchester Sun Thur., 3-19, 3-20-1931|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Ella Palmer||The Winchester Sun Tues., 2-26, 2-27-1952|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Ellen Ogden(Rock)||The Winchester Sun Mon., 7-17, 7-18-2000|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. EmilyCameron Chenault||DeathsMrs. Emily Chenault Quisenberry died at her home on the Boonesboro pike Monday night after a protracted illness. She was about 73 years of age. The funeral took place at the Baptist church yesterday morning and the remains were buried in the Winchester cemetery. Services by Rev. Richard French. The deceased was a daughter of the late Anderson T. Chenault, of Madison county, and the widow of the late James F. Quisenberry, of this county. She was a faithful member of the Baptist church and in all the relations of life a good, true woman. Two sons Waller Quisenberry, of this county, A. C. Quisenberry, of Washington City, and a daughter, Mrs. Alice Hinkle, of McKenzie, Tenn., survive, and were at the bedside of their mother during her last illness.The Sun-Sentinel, Thur., July 14, 1904
Mrs. Emily Cameron Chenault Quisenberry, who died July 12, 1904, at her home near this city, where she had lived for more than fifty years, was born in Madison county, Ky., Feb. 15, 1832, on the old plantation which her grandfather, William Chenault, bought in 1785 from George Boone, the brother of Daniel Boone. She was the daughter of Anderson Chenault and Emily Cameron, his wife; and Emily Cameron was the daughter of Robert Cameron of Pennsylvania, who was the son of Robert Cameron, of Inverness, Scotland, who fought with the Young Pretender, Charles Edward Stuart, at the battle of Culloden, in 1745, after which he fled to America, and settled first in Connecticut. Anderson Chenault, though of the third generation of his name born in America, was of pure French blood. His father, William Chenault, was born near Monakin-Town, Virginia, in 1749, served in the Revolutionary War in the 5th Virginia regiment of the Continental line; fought at Germantown, Stillwater and Saratoga; and spent that terrible winter of 1777-78 in the historic camp at Valley Forge. He was the grandson of Estenne Chenault who, in the year 1700, came on the ship “Nasseau” with some two hundred families of French Huguenots and settled at Monakin-Town, Va., where their descendants intermarried with each other for two or three generations, and kept their church and town records in the French language.
The subject of this sketch was left motherless when but four years old; on Oct. 15, 1846, she was married to James Francis Quisenberry, of this county, son of Colby B. Quisenberry and Lucy Bush, his wife; and grandson of Rev. James Quisenberry, who came from Orange county, Va., and settled in this county in 1788, being among the earlier settlers of Kentucky, as his ancestors had been in Virginia, where the first Quisenberry, coming from County Kent, England, had settled in 1624.
Mrs. Quisenberry survived her husband for more than 27 years. She bore him four children:–Mrs. Alice Hinkle, of McKenzie, Tenn.; Anderson C. Quisenberry, of the War Department, Washington, D. C., who lives in Hyattsville, Md.; Waller Quisenberry, of this county; and James Francis Quisenberry, Jr., who died in 1880. Of numerous brothers and sisters she is survived by two:–Mrs. Mary Burgin, of Madison county, and Hon. A. T. Chenault, who has represented that county in the Legislature a number of times. Her brother, Dr. William J. Chenault, died in Port Lavacoa, Texas, while serving with the 1st Kentucky Cavalry in the Mexican War; another brother Colonel D. Waller Chenault, of the 11th Kentucky Confederate Cavalry, was killed at the head of his regiment in the charge at Green River Bridge, in the early days of General John H. Morgan’s famous “Ohio Raid;” and still another brother, Dr. Robert Cameron Chenault, was for many years the medical Superintendent of the Eastern Kentucky Lunatic Asylum, at Lexington.
Personally Mrs. Quisenberry was of a deeply and sincerely religious nature, as well as of lovely character and disposition. That she should possess a high sense of honor and the finest traits of lofty character was but the inevitable result of the instincts grounded into her ancestry through centuries of right living. As a neighbor she was unexcelled; and she spent herself unceasingly and unsparingly for her friends. When, a few months ago, she was stricken with that dread disease, lympho-sarcoma, from whose ravages there is no release but death, the estimation in which she was held was freely testified to by the solicitude of her friends, who came every day in hosts from all over the county, with flowers to brighten her room, and gracious words of comfort to cheer her. Day after day her spacious yard was filled with the carriages of her friends who came to tenderly inquire about her; and she insisted to the last in personally seeing all who came. One son and his family were with her constantly, ministering to her needs; and her absent children hastened from far distant States, with loving but bleeding hearts, to be with her at the end, and to receive as the last and best of her innumerable sweet and gracious gifts, her dying benediction. Her patience, resignation, and cheerfulness under affliction were remarkable. Knowing that death was inevitable she met the grim reaper bravely; and almost until her last breath her thoughts continued—as they had all through her life—to be constantly for the comfort and happiness of others. Her mind was unclouded to the end; and she was cheered by the thought that soon she was to meet again in the Higher Life all the loved ones gone before. At the very last she passed gently and quietly away from the Night of Death to the Morning of Life.
“And with that morn those angel faces smile
Which she had loved long since, but lost awhile.”
The Sun-Sentinel, Thursday, September 8, 1904
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Emma||Death of Mrs. QuisenberryMrs. Emma Quisenberry, wife of Waller Quisenberry, died Saturday at her home on the Boonesboro pike, of peritonitis, aged thirty-seven years. The remains were buried yesterday morning in the Winchester cemetery with services at the grave by Rev. Richard French. Before her marriage she was Miss Lisle, a daughter of the late James D. Lisle. She is survived by her husband and seven children ranging from two to fourteen years of age. Her mother and several brothers and sisters also survive her. She was a lady of most attractive disposition and leaves a host of friends to mourn her death.The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, July 19, 1910|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Esther||Died—At St. Joseph’s Hospital Lexington Monday of consumption, Mrs. Esther Quisenberry formerly of this county. The remains were taken to Louisville for interment. She leaves a son nine years old. She was the widow of the late Frank Quisenberry.The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, November 29, 1893|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Florence J.||The Winchester Sun Mon., 8-20, 8-21-1962|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Frances A.||Joe T. Quisenberry qualified as trustee of Mrs. Frances A. Quisenberry; W. D. Jackson, Tom Hall and R. M. Nunnelly appraisers.The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, September 27, 1893
Quite a number of relatives and friends from a distance were here on last Friday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Frances Quisenberry, who was one of the most estimable ladies that ever lived in this community. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. Richard French in a most impressive manner.
The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, November 26, 1895
Death of Mrs. Frances A. Quisenberry
Mrs. Frances A. Quisenberry died at her home near Flanagan Thursday after a long illness, aged about sixty-three years. Burial at the family residence Friday funeral services being conducted by Rev. Richard French. She was a daughter of the late James Bybee and the wife of T. Jeff Quisenberry who died some fifteen years ago. She leaves one son, Joe T. Quisenberry and seven daughters, Mrs. W. W. Thomson and Mrs. D. L. Proctor, of Mt. Sterling, Mrs. Christie Bush, of Tullahoma, Tenn., Mrs. Charles B. Stewart, Mrs. Woods McCord, Misses Illa and Lou Quisenberry, of this county.
The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, November 26, 1895
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Gertrude Jones||Deaths – Mrs. Gertrude Jones Quisenberry died at the home of her father-in-law, Robert Quisenberry, at 12:30 o’clock yesterday afternoon of pneumonia, aged 17 years. Just one week ago she was married to Mr. J. M. Quisenberry, the sadly bereaved husband.The Sun-Sentinel, Thursday Dec. 24, 1903|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Gloria Patton||The Winchester Sun Mon., 6-8-2009|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Hazel Brown||The Winchester Sun Mon., 3-15-1976|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Jane AA||The Winchester Sun Wed., 2-18-1931|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Jeff||The Winchester Sun, Tues., 12-15-1914|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. KatherineJohnson||The Winchester Sun Mon., 8-21, 8-22-1978|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Katie AA||The Winchester Sun Mon., 9-30-1929|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Lelah||The Winchester Sun Tues., 11-10-1936|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Lena AA||The Winchester Sun, Sat., 2-21-1914|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Lillie Rice||The Winchester Sun Wed., 1-5, 1-6-1972|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Lloyd Bush||Mrs. Lloyd Quisenberry, who lived near Boonesboro, in Madison county, died suddenly Monday, aged about 70 years. She was a Miss Bush of this county, a cousin of Mrs. D. J. Pendleton, and an aunt of Mrs. J. W. Poynter, who attended the funeral.The Democrat, Wednesday, March 2, 1892.|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Lou Hunt||The Winchester Sun Wed., 8-14, 8-15-1935|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Lucille||The Winchester Sun Wed., 8-13-2008|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Lucy Nelson||The Winchester Sun Thur., 1-31, 2-1-1980|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. MabelHaggard||The Winchester Sun Fri., 3-24, 3-28, 3-29-2000|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Mabel Lanter||The Winchester Sun Wed., 3-24, 3-25-1999|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Martha||DiedMrs. Martha Quesenberry, wife of Henry Quisenberry, while visiting relatives near Pilot View, died of consumption Wednesday. The funeral was preached the following day by Eld. J. W. Harding. She leaves a husband, who is ill of the same disease, and two little girls aged six and three years. Deceased was formerly Miss Smith, of Madison county.The Winchester Democrat, Tue., Oct. 2, 1900|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Martha Ellen||The Winchester Sun Thur., 5-21, 5-22-1942|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Mary||FORD-Died-On the 29th of December, Mrs. Mary Quisenberry, wife of Mills Quisenberry after a lingering illness of several weeks of pneumonia.The Democrat, Wednesday, January 4, 1893.|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Mary EllenGravett||The Winchester Sun Tues., 8-2, 8-3-1988|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Mary Fleming||Death Of Mrs. QuisenberryMrs. Mary Fleming Quisenberry died Monday night at the home of her son, Henry L. Quisenberry, at Schollsville, aged eighty four years. She was in her usual health the previous day and retired at the usual hour and died during the night evidently without a struggle.She was formerly Miss Loughlin and was the widow of John Quisenberry, who died a number of years ago. Her only child is her son, Henry with whom she lived.
The remains were brought to this city for interment, services being conducted by Eld. J. W. Harding.
The Winchester Democrat, Fri., Feb. 1, 1901
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Maud||Mrs. Maud QuisenberryWife of Mr. Henry L. Quisenberry dies at her home in the county Tuesday morningOne of the saddest duties that has devolved upon us for some time is to chronicle the death of Mrs. Henry L. Quisenberry, which occurred at her home near Schollsville, this county, about eight o’clock Tuesday morning. Mr. Quisenberry and his eldest son, Fleming, had gone from home for a few hours on a matter of business, and it was during their absence that Mrs. Quisenberry was discovered lying on the floor in her room, her life’s blood flowing from a ghastly wound in her throat. She lingered only a short time after being discovered and never regained consciousness. Her parents resided with her and only a few moments before her mother had been assisting her in some household duties. She had long been a sufferer from nervous disorders and her overwrought and delicate organization could no longer withstand the ravages of the exhausting and depressing strain that preyed upon her vitality and which finally culminated in the sad ending that brought sorrow and grief unutterable to her family and innumerable friends. Words fail to portray just tribute to this lovely woman whose life and character were as the sunshine that illumines the household, but, alas! Almost as suddenly as the falling of an autumn leaf the sunlight was extinguished leaving an aching void in the hearts of the devoted husband and family, to whom the heartfelt sympathy of the entire community goes out in their irreparable loss. Mrs. Quisenberry was a devoted member of the Christian church, and was the only child of Col. and Mrs. Al. Duckworth, by whom she is survived together with her husband and two sons, Fleming and John. Funeral services were held at the family residence at one o’clock Wednesday afternoon conducted by Elds. J.W. McGarvey, of Lexington, and W. Morrow, and the interment was in the Winchester cemetery. The pall bearers were H.P. Thomson, E.Y. Nelson, R.P. Taylor, D.J. Prewitt, W.D. Judy, R.M. Eubank, E.S. Cunningham and C.R. Prewitt.
The Winchester Democrat, Friday, May 21, 1909
Mrs. George W. Chinn, of Frankfort, attended the funeral of her cousin, Mrs. H.L. Quisenberry, on Wednesday.
The Winchester Democrat, Friday, May 21, 1909
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Mayme||The Winchester Sun Fri., 5-20-1955|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Melissa Prince||The Winchester Sun Wed., 4-16-2008|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. MinnieHaggard||The Winchester Sun Thur., 3-26-1936|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. MinnieKoehler||The Winchester Sun Fri., 6-10, 6-11-1960|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. NancyThomson Evans||Death of Mrs. Chas. C. Quisenberry.Mrs. Nancy Thomson Evans Quisenberry, wife of Charles C. Quisenberry and only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Evans died yesterday of consumption, aged 31 years. She had suffered from this dread malady for many years, but had borne her sufferings with meekness and fortitude. She was always of a cheerful, winsome disposition and was very popular. She leaves a husband and two children, Nancy Catherine, aged 7 years and Jas. Evans aged three years. The funeral services will be held at the Methodist church tomorrow morning, January 1st at ten o’clock conducted by Rev. H. G. Henderson and the remains will be interred in the cemetery.The Winchester Democrat, Friday, December 31, 1897|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Pearl Skinner||The Winchester Sun Wed., 1-22, 1-23-1969|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Permelia||Death Of Mrs. QuisenberryMrs. Permelia Quisenberry died Saturday at her home in the city after a long illness, aged seventy-three years. She was formerly Miss Mitchell, and was a native of Fayette county, but was raised in Jessamine county. At the age of eighteen she became the wife of Thacker Quisenberry, who died a couple of years ago. She leaves three sons, John, who lives at Laddonia, Mo., Thacker of Montgomery county, and Roger, of this city, and four daughters, Mrs. Susan Vivion, Mrs. Mattie Beal, of this city, Mrs. Margaret Glass of Scott county, and Mrs. Jerusha Lowe of Lexington. The funeral was preached by Eld. J. W. Harding at the Church of Christ on Fairfax Street, Sunday afternoon and the remains were buried in the Winchester Cemetery.She was a good christian woman, a devoted wife and mother, and a kind and popular neighbor.
The Winchester Democrat, Tue., Nov. 6, 1900
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Preshia C.||The Winchester Sun Fri., 12-13-1935|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. R. H.||The Winchester Sun, Fri., 7-20-1917|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Rachel Sudduth||Death Of Mrs. Jo QuisenberryThe burial of Mrs. J. T. Quisenberry took place at the cemetery here yesterday, with services by Elder Cary Morgan. Mrs. Quisenberry died at St. Josephs Hospital in Lexington Tuesday morning, of appendicitis. Before her marriage she was Miss Rachel Sudduth, a stepdaughter of the late Jackson Daniel, of this city. Mr. Quisenberry is a brother to Robert Quisenberry, of this county, and was raised here.The pall bearers, all from Bourbon county, were: J. T. Hedges, H. C. Hutchcraft, G. W. Judy, Wm. Remington, Wm. Myall, E. T. Hinton, James Ferguson and O. Edwards.
The Sun-Sentinel, Thur., Aug. 11, 1904
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Rebecca Jane||Died in TexasMrs. Rebecca Jane Quisenberry, formerly of this county, died May 18th at her home in Texas, aged eighty-eight years. Before her marriage she was Miss Elkin, of this county and is survived by two brothers, E.J.M. Elkin, of this county, and Zack Elkin, of Garrard county. Seven sons also survive her, Ezekial C., Claude B., Buford A., Sidney A., and Rodney M., of Texas, Charles C., and Walter L., of this county. She was a good Christian woman with a host of friends here who will regret to hear of her death.The Winchester Democrat, Friday, May 28, 1909|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Robert||The Winchester Sun Thur., 3-6, 3-7-1969|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Sarah||AvonDied, May 20th, at her home near this place, Mrs. Sarah Quisenberry. Deceased was formerly Miss Tribble, of Madison county, and leaves a large number of relatives and friends to mourn her loss.The Winchester Democrat, Friday, June 3, 1898|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Sarah||The Winchester Sun Sat., 4-5-1930|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Sarah G.||The Winchester Sun Sat., 2-18-1961|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Tillie Rion||The Winchester Sun Thur., 12-18, 12-19-1952|
|Quisenberry, Mrs. Velma L.||The Winchester Sun Mon., 10-20-1981|
|Quisenberry, Neville G. (Cush)||The Winchester Sun Sat., 7-23-1983|
|Quisenberry, Oliver||DeathsOliver Quisenberry died Sunday at the home of his sister, Mrs. Wm. Haggard, near Hunt, of consumption, aged twenty-five years. The remains were buried in the Winchester Cemetery yesterday with services at the grave by Rev. Richard French. He was a brother of Mrs. Will Haggard and a half-brother of Roger E. Quisenberry and Mrs. James Lisle.The Sun-Sentinel, Thur., Aug. 10, 1905|
|Quisenberry, Omar||Killed by trainOmar Quisenberry, of Bath county, aged seventeen years, was killed by a C & O train Saturday night. He had been to church and was going home on foot when he was struck by the train and instantly killed, his skull being crushed. He was the son of Roger Quisenberry, of that county, and has numerous relatives in this county.The Winchester Democrat, Friday, May 27, 1910
Owingsville – Omar Quisenberry, aged 18 years, son of Roger Quisenberry, of the Preston neighborhood, attended church and on his way home he failed to hear the approach of a train on the Chesapeake & Ohio railroad, and was instantly killed.
The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, May 31, 1910
|Quisenberry, Ora B.||The Winchester Sun Mon., 4-25-1983|
|Quisenberry, Ormie||Death of James Hodgkin, Sr.James Hodgkin, Sr., died at his home on South Main Street, Tuesday afternoon after a long illness.He was born in this county in 1820 and consequently was in his seventy-fifth year. His first wife was Miss Ormie Quisenberry, daughter of Tandy Quisenberry. After her death he married Mrs. Rachel Gillespie, daughter of Fielding Bush. The latter died several years ago.
He leaves eight children, Samuel J., Tandy Q., and Philip, the result of his first marriage, and John M., F. Bush, William and Rachel Hodgkin, and Mrs. Joe R. Martin, by his last wife.
Mr. Hodgkin was an earnest, devoted Christian, and for half a century, perhaps, had been a consistent member of the Christian church, much of the time as an officer of Providence Christian church and afterwards of Forest Grove church.
He was a man of practical benevolence, and perhaps no man who has lived here for a long time has done more to help poor and deserving young men to prepare for useful lives. Quiet and unostentatious, he was one of the most trusted and influential men in his church and community.
He was a fine financier and for many years was Vice President of the Clark County National Bank. All in all, he was one of our best citizens and his death is a loss to the whole community.
The funeral will be held at the family residence this afternoon, the services being conducted by Eld. I. B. Grubbs and the remains will be interred in the cemetery.
The Winchester Democrat, Friday, July 19, 1895.
|Quisenberry, Permelia Mitchell||Died—In Montgomery county, Thursday, after a short illness of inflammatory rheumatism, Permelia Mitchell, the five year old daughter of Thacker Quisenberry, Jr. and wife.The Winchester Democrat, Friday, October 1, 1897|
|Quisenberry, Prewitt Jeffries||Died—Near Arlen Saturday of inflammation of the stomach, Prewitt Jeffries, infant son of Mrs. Jessie Quisenberry, aged about eighteen months. Burial at the Henry Brock graveyard, and services by Rev. V. B. Daughetee.The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, April 26, 1898
Died, on Saturday April 23, Prewitt, the little son of Mrs. Lizzie Quisenberry, aged about two years. The remains were interred in the family burying ground at Mrs. Henry Brock’s on Sunday. The family have the sympathy of the entire community in their sad bereavement.
The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, April 26, 1898
|Quisenberry, R. M.||The Winchester Sun Fri., 10-1-1948|
|Quisenberry, R. T.||NOTICEAll persons having claims against the estate of R. T. Quisenberry, dec’d are hereby notified to present them property proven to me at the Citizens’ National Bank, Winchester, Ky., on or before Nov. 10, 1892.H. HAMPTON
The Democrat, Wednesday, November 2, 1892.
|Quisenberry, Raymond L.||The Winchester Sun Mon., 11-4, 11-5-1963|
|Quisenberry, Rhodes W.||The Winchester Sun Wed., 5-20-1936|
|Quisenberry, Rhodes W.||The Winchester Sun Tues., 6-30-1992|
|Quisenberry, Robert G. (Q-berry)||The Winchester Sun Tues., 5-29-2001|
|Quisenberry, Robert L.||The Winchester Sun, Mon., 1-31, 2-1, 2-2-1916|
|Quisenberry, Robert L.||The Winchester Sun Tues., 3-19-1946|
|Quisenberry, Roger||The Winchester Sun, Mon., 8-4-1913|
|Quisenberry, Roger||The Winchester Sun Wed., 2-25-1920|
|Quisenberry, Roger||L. B. Nunnelly trustee vs. L. B. Nunnelly creditorsThe defendant C. Lisle swore to and filed an answer and crop petition herein and the defendant J. H. French administrator of Roger Quisenberry swore to and filed an answer.Order Book 17; P. 87; November Court 1878
L. B. Nunnelly trustee vs. L. B. Nunnelly & others
….adjudged by the court that Claiborne Lisle, C. B. Quisenberry and James H. French administrator of Roger Quisenberry deceased…..
Order Book 17; P. 246 – 247; May Court 1879
|Quisenberry, Roger AA||The Winchester Sun, Mon., 8-24-1914|
|Quisenberry, Roger E.||The Winchester Sun Mon., 1-5-1931|
|Quisenberry, Roger E.||The Winchester Sun Mon., 3-3-1947|
|Quisenberry, Roger E. Jr.||The Winchester Sun Fri., 4-10-1931|
|Quisenberry, Roger Mauel||The Winchester Sun Wed., 1-10, 1-11-2001|
|Quisenberry, Roger Michael||The Winchester Sun Sat., 6-13-1953|
|Quisenberry, Roger X.||The Winchester Sun Sat., 11-29-1947|
|Quisenberry, Roland||Fatal AccidentAt a late hour Sunday afternoon, Coley Mahone and Roland Quisenberry got on the bumpers of a freight train here in order to get a free ride to Mt. Sterling. At Thomson, a negro attempted to do the same thing and Quisenberry leaned over to see if he succeeded. In doing so he lost his balance and fell from the car, the train passing over both legs near the ankles. He was taken into the depot and physicians summoned who amputated the legs in hopes of saving his life. The shock was too great, however, and he died at an early hour Monday morning.Coroner Wills impanelled the following jury who brought in a verdict in accordance with the above facts: W. T. Duckworth, J. D. Manly, C. F. Garrison, C. D. Yeary, H. Frazier and J. Bramble.
He was about twenty-five years of age and unmarried. He was a son of William Quisenberry, formerly of this county, and was a half brother of Roger Quisenberry, late candidate for Assessor.
The Winchester Democrat, Tue., April 16, 1901
|Quisenberry, Ronald Eugene||The Winchester Sun Mon., 8-11, 8-12-1997|
|Quisenberry, S. P.||The Winchester Sun, Thur., 6-15, 6-16-1916|
|Quisenberry, Sam||AN UNFORTUNATE OCCURRENCE – Hugh Embry shoots Sam Quisenberry Killing Him Instantly.On last Tuesday afternoon a difficulty occurred near Beckersville in which Sam Quisenberry was shot and killed by Hugh Embry.From the evidence it suggests that the cause of the difficulty was some remarks made a year or more ago by the deceased to Mr. Embry concerning a young lady and which he felt to be his duty to repeat to his uncle, Perry Browning, as the young lady implicated was a near relative of the latter’s family. Of late the matter had been revived and the deceased had expressed much anger concerning it. Several of the witnesses testified that the deceased had said that either he or the one who had repeated these reports must die. Mr. Embry being informed of these threats, armed himself, and both parties living in the same neighborhood a difficulty was almost inevitable. On the day in question the deceased, accompanied by his father, Rhodes Quisenberry, and brother, Robert, came near the field where Embry was plowing and called to him.
They met at a spring between their respective positions and a few pleasant words at first passed between the principals, but the subject at issue was soon introduced, the “d-d lie” passed and Quisenberry advanced with uplifted cane, when Embry drew a pistol and fired, the bullet striking him in the stomach, inflicting a would from which he died in a few minutes. Embry came to town and gave himself up to the Sheriff in whose custody he remained until Saturday when he was tried before Squire Bloom and acquitted. The decision met with almost universal approval.
Each of the parties were about 25 years old and unmarried. The deceased was a member of one of the oldest and largest families in the county and was generally liked. Mr. Embry is a grandson of Ed Browning, Sr., a family whose members are among our very best citizens. He is a very quiet, hard working young man and one who is universally esteemed. He greatly regrets the circumstances that led to the unfortunate affair and doubtless believed his life to be in immediate danger. In justice to Messers Rhodes and Robert Quisenberry, it must be said that they took no part in the affray and claim that they did not believe a serious difficulty was imminent.
The Democrat, Wednesday, July 2, 1890.
|Quisenberry, Samuel||Age 4 months, male, his parent was W. Quisenberry, he died December 1852.CCKD|
|Quisenberry, Sarah T.||Age 8, female, she was born in Clark County, KY, her parents were Roger P. and Ann Quisenberry, she lived in Clark County, KY, she died in Clark County, KY, February 24, 1853.CCKD|
|Quisenberry, Shirley||The Winchester Sun Mon., 2-16-1959|
|Quisenberry, Sidney AA||“Aunt” Sidney Quisenberry, an aged negress, who is well known to many of our readers, dropped dead at her home in Kohlhassville, yesterday.The Semi-Weekly Sun, Friday August 29, 1879|
|Quisenberry, Strander||The Winchester Sun, Tues., 12-23-1913|
|Quisenberry, Strother AA||The Winchester Sun Tues., 3-12-1940, 3-10-1941|
|Quisenberry, T. Dykes||The Winchester Sun, Thur., 8-15, 8-16-1912|
|Quisenberry, T. J.||The Winchester Sun Wed. 10-12-1922|
|Quisenberry, Tandy||DEAD BY HIS OWN HANDTandy Quisenberry, a Veteran of the Mexican War, blows his Brains Out with a Shot Gun.Tandy Quisenberry committed suicide Monday afternoon by shooting his brains out with a shotgun. He was quite an old man, and his mind had been unbalanced for many years. He was a soldier in the Mexican war and for a long time lived the life of a hermit in the far West. His brother persuaded him to return home and built for him a cabin on some land owned by the deceased near this city. There he has lived alone for a third of a century. He would rarely speak to anyone without being addressed, and seemed averse to society of any kind. He has had at all times money in the bank, but refused to invest or loan it. His health has been failing for some time and a short time ago he fell while in this city. He was carried to Waller Quisenberry’s, where he has since been. It is reported that a short time since he offered some one $ 1,500 to kill him, but no one thought he contemplated the rash act.
The Democrat, Wednesday, October 5, 1892.
|Quisenberry, Tandy||On motion of James Quisenberry who made oath thereto as the law directs certificate is granted him for obtaining letters of administration on the estate of Tandy Quisenberry dec. in due form giving security whereupon he together with Roger Quisenberry and John H. Quisenberry entered into and acknowledged their bond in the penalty of $2000 conditioned according to law and widow and Joel Quisenberry father of said decedent waiving all right of administration.Order Book 11; P. 242; December Court 1843|
|Quisenberry, Tandy||The Winchester Sun Sat., 11-28-1953|
|Quisenberry, Tandy (Miss Tandy)||The Winchester Sun Tues., 5-27-1947|
|Quisenberry, Tandy J. Sr.||In the death of T. J. Quisenberry, Sr., which occurred last Saturday, the county lost one of its best and most substantial citizens. He had been an active man in all good works in his section, and was held in high esteem throughout the county. His funeral was preached at his residence Sunday afternoon by Elder T. C. Stackhouse, and the great crowd assembled testified to the general respect for his character. Mr. Quisenberry was about fifty –nine years old, and the son of Joel Quisenberry, whose father, James Quisenberry, was one of the earliest preachers in Kentucky, and the founder of the family in this region.The Clark County Democrat, Wed., 3-30-1881
Will Book 1, Page 191
Dated: September 23, 1867
Recorded: No date given
|Quisenberry, Thacker Sr.||Death of Thacker Quisenberry, Sr.Squire Thacker Quisenberry died at his home on West Broadway Wednesday afternoon of paralysis, aged eighty years. He was a native of this county, a son of the late Tandy Quisenberry, and was one of the few survivors of a family of nineteen children. He was three times married. His first wife was Miss McMurtry, his second Miss Brockman and his third who survives him, Miss Mitchell. He leaves a number of children several of whom were present at the time of his death. He was long prominent in church and political affairs and was for many years a member of the Board of Magistrates of the county.The funeral was preached yesterday afternoon at the Church of Christ on Fairfax street by Revs. J. W. Harding and T. Q. Martin and the remains were interred in the cemetery at this place.
The Winchester Democrat, Friday, June 3, 1898
Thacker Quisenberry, by will dated April 15th 1895, leaves his estate to his wife, and at her death to his children, with regard to advancements.
The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, June 28, 1898
|Quisenberry, Thomas Jefferson||The Winchester Sun Tues., 10-11, 10-12, 10-14, 10-17-1932|
|Quisenberry, Thomas M.||The Winchester Sun Sat., 3-30, 4-1, 4-2-1985|
|Quisenberry, Thurlen R.||The Winchester Sun Mon., 5-4, 5-5-1981|
|Quisenberry, Tom M.||The Sun Sentinel, Thur., 3-2, 3-9-1911|
|Quisenberry, V. B.||The Winchester Sun Sat., 4-17-1920|
|Quisenberry, Vio D.||The Winchester Sun Mon., 8-10, 8-11-1970|
|Quisenberry, Virgil P. (Cush)||The Winchester Sun Mon., 4-28-1986|
|Quisenberry, W. L.||The Winchester Sun Thur., 3-26-1936|
|Quisenberry, W. T.||J. P. Quisenberry and others on petitionDivision of the estate of W. T. Quisenberry reported….Order Book 14; P. 62; May Court 1870|
|Quisenberry, Waller||The Winchester Sun, Sat., 11-7, 12-12-1914|
|Quisenberry, Walter||Friday was held the joint sale of Walter Quisenberry and Victor Zeigler, administrator of his father M. Zeigler, on the Two Mile road, not far from this city. Milch cows brought $ 25.00 to $ 35.00 each, fat cows, weight 1,200 lbs. $ 35.00 to $ 40.00; fat heifers $ 20.00 to 25.00; steer calves $ 13.00; fat yearling steers, $ 22.00 to $ 25.00; 27 hogs brought an average of 7 cts. Per pound; 13 ewes and 1 buck with 17 lambs, $94.00; corn in crib, $ 1,50 per barrel; several ping horses sold for plug prices; farming implements fair prices, J. A. Ramsey, auctioneer. Mr. Quisenberry has bought the John Robinston place of thirty acres in the same neighborhood for $ 1,500 and will move to it.The Democrat, Wednesday, March 1, 1893.|
|Quisenberry, Walter Lee||The Winchester Sun Wed., 9-30, 10-1, 10-2-1931|
|Quisenberry, William J.||Died—At his home in Mt. Sterling, Christmas day, William J. Quisenberry, aged 74 years, of kidney trouble. He was a native of this county, a son of the late Roger Quisenberry, and for a long time lived in this county. He was twice married. His first wife was Miss Emeline Hampton, of this county and the second Miss Custes Moore, of Montgomery county. By the first marriage five children were born, all of whom lived to be grown and married. Two of these Roger E. and Mrs. Jas. Lisle, of this county, are still living. Bennie and Jesse and Mrs. Mary Frances Butler, wife of Dr. Chas. Butler are dead. A son of the latter, Henry C. Butler, is a merchant at Bloomingdale, this county. By his last marriage he leaves five children, viz: Willie, wife of H. K. Greene; Maude, wife of John Punch, Roland and Oliver, all of Montgomery county, and Lottie, wife of Will W. Haggard, of Hunt, this county. The deceased was a Confederate soldier during the war and has many comrades, friends and relatives in this county who will regret to learn of his death. The remains were interred at Mt. Sterling, the funeral services being conducted by Rev. W. J. Bolin and H. D. Clark.The Winchester Democrat, Friday, December 31, 1897|
|Quisenberry, William J.||James P. Quisenberry and other on PetitionProof that the division of land would impair its value, being the same tract of land which William J. Quisenberry resided at the time of his death, it is to be sold…Lloyd F. Quisenberry is appointed commissioner to execute this judgment…cause continued.Order Book 13; P. 445; May Court 1869
James P. Quisenberry and other on Petition
…..tract of land be divided among the heirs at law of William Quisenberry decd……
Order Book 13; P. 537; November Court 1869
|Quisenberry, William R.||The Winchester Sun Thur., 4-17-1958|
|Quisenberry, William Robert||The Winchester Sun Fri., 12-28, 12-29-1956|
|Quisenberry, William Sr.||The Winchester Sun Mon., 4-2-1951|
|Quisenberry, William T.||William T. Quisenberry, a well-known citizen of this county died Friday night at the residence of his niece, Mrs. J. W. Poynter of this city, aged 67 years. Funeral services were held at the residence, conducted by Dr. Wm. Stewart, and the body was interred at the family burying ground on the two-mile road.The Winchester Democrat, Wed., 2-6-1889|
|Quisenberry, William T.||On the motion of Tandy Quisenberry who made oath thereto as the law directs certificate is granted him for obtaining letters of administration on the estate of William T. Quisenberry dec. giving security whereupon he together with Roger Quisenberry entered into and acknowledged their bond in penalty of $2000 conditioned as the law directs.Order Book 10; P. 323; October Court 1836
Ordered that Ezekiel Elkin, Enoch Elkin, Allan Duncan, William Tate Sr. or any 3 of them being first sworn do appraise in current money the slaves if any and personal estate of William T. Quisenberry dec. and make report thereof to the court.
Order Book 10; P. 323; October Court 1836
An inventory and appraisement of the estate of William T. Quisenberry dec. was produced in court examined allowed and ordered to be recorded.
Order Book 10; P. 332; February Court 1837
Settlement with Tandy Quisenberry administrator of the estate of William T. Quisenberry dec. was produced in court approved and ordered to be recorded.
Order Book 10; P. 390; December Court 1837
Settlement with Trudy Quisenberry administrator of William T. Quisenberry was produced in court examined allowed and ordered to be recorded.
Order Book 10; P. 421; July Court 1838
Settlement with Tandy Quisenberry guardian to Sophia Quisenberry was produced in court examined allowed and ordered to be recorded.
Order Book 11; P.15; April Court 1840
Settlement with Tandy Quisenberry guardian to Polly Ann Quisenberry was produced in court examined allowed and ordered to be recorded.
Order Book 11; P.15; April Court 1840
Settlement with Tandy Quisenberry guardian to James Quisenberry was produced in court examined allowed and ordered to be recorded.
Order Book 11; P.15; April Court 1840
Settlement with Tandy Quisenberry guardian to George Quisenberry was produced in court examined allowed and ordered to be recorded.
Order Book 11; P.15; April Court 1840
Settlement with Tandy Quisenberry late guardian for James Quisenberry was produced in court approved of and ordered to be recorded.
Order Book 11; P.25; August Court 1840
Settlement with Tandy Quisenberry late guardian of George Quisenberry was produced in court examined allowed and ordered to be recorded.
Order Book 11; P.27; August Court 1840
Settlement with Tandy Quisenberry guardian for Polly Quisenberry was produced in court approved of allowed and ordered to be recorded.
Order Book 11; P. 65; February Court 1841
Settlement with Tandy Quisenberry guardian for Sophia Quisenberry was produced in court examined allowed and ordered to be recorded.
Order Book 11; P. 69; April Court 1841
|Quisenberry, William Thomas||The Winchester Sun Sat., 8-14-2004|
|Quisenberry, William V. Jr.||The Winchester Sun Thur., 9-13-1990|
|Quisenberry, Willie||Elkin-Died, May 28th, of fever, Willie, oldest son of Jesse and Lizzie Quisenberry, aged twelve years.The Winchester Democrat, Wed., 6-13-1888|
|Quisenberry, Willie B.||Brought here for burialWillie B. Quisenberry, the three year old son of Roger X. and Nettie Quisenberry, of Lexington, died Thursday. The remains were brought here Friday and were buried in the Winchester cemetery with services at the grave by Eld. J.W. Harding.The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, July 19, 1910|
|Quisenberry, Zack||The Winchester Sun, Tues., 12-9, 12-10-1913|