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Marle Lee GENTRY

Marle Lee GENTRY

Varón 1778 - 1836  (58 años)

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  • Nombre Marle Lee GENTRY  [1
    Nacimiento 7 Jul 1778  Albemarle co. (Virginia, USA) Buscar todos los individuos que registran eventos en este lugar. 
    Sexo Varón 
    Fallecimiento 18 Oct 1836  Kentucky (USA) Buscar todos los individuos que registran eventos en este lugar. 
    Ocupación 1840  [2
    ID Persona I15505  Familia Total
    Última Modificación 19 Jun 2021 

    Familia Bell MERCER,   n. 1782, Kentucky or Tennessee (USA) Buscar todos los individuos que registran eventos en este lugar. 
    Casado Entre 1799 y 1802 
     1. James GENTRY,   n. 8 Ene 1808, Henderson co. (Kentucky, USA) Buscar todos los individuos que registran eventos en este lugar.,   f. 14 Jul 1876, Missouri or Arkansas (USA) Buscar todos los individuos que registran eventos en este lugar.  (Edad 68 años)  [natural]
    Última Modificación 19 Jun 2021 
    ID Familia F6396  Hoja del Grupo  |  Family Chart

  • Mapa del Evento
    Enlace a Google MapsNacimiento - 7 Jul 1778 - Albemarle co. (Virginia, USA) Enlace a Google Earth
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  • Fotos
    Marle & Bell Messer
    Marle & Bell Messer

  • Notas 
    • According to a family story, Marle Lee was the twin brother of John Pleasant Gentry (son of Moses Gentry). The twins were born in 1778 in Albemarle Co, Virginia, and Marle was given to a family of friends (Rob and Josie Parker) for care as his mother was unable to nurse both. They tried to reincorporate him into the family at age 5, but he resisted and was returned to the Parkers. At age 14 Marle was apprenticed to a family acquaintance in Kentucky who was a blacksmith. He never returned to his original family, and was not mentioned in the will of Moses Gentry.

      Subsequent records (tax records, James work application, census) have Marle as residing in Henderson, Kentucky.

      The evidence that he was married to Bell (Mercer?) and that they were the parents of Marle and lived in Henderson, Kentucky is James' BLM work application in 1825.

      This story about Marle's family background requires further research for verification and documentation.

      Marle Lee and Bell Gentry, age 62 (b. 1778), occupation wheelwright, appears in the 1840 US Census for Henderson County, Kentucky, Barlebo Township with wife Bell Gentry, age 58 (b. 1782), occupation wife. Birthplace for both is listed as Kentucky. Address listed as "Corner of Day and Potter (or Putter / Polter / Pulter ) Road.

      NOTE: This is only a handwritten transcription of the 1840 census (not a photocopy), and it lists Bell Gentry, which is odd, as only heads of household are listed in the 1840 census... I have also not been able to find any reference to Barlebo Township or to Marle and Belle Gentry in any census records for Henderson County or city.

      NOTES from Louis Gentry (for further research):
      Marle was s wheelwright...Was living near Henderson Kentucky in 1802
      He was the owner of slaves Named---Ace Black---Jo Jo---and a female---Doro.
      Proof And Source. Kentucky State Poll Tax On Slaves, Henderson Co. Township Barlebo, Henderson, Kentucky,
      7/3/1822 Marle Lee Gentry Paid On 3, Ace Black, Jo Jo, And A Female Doro.-$6 Paid.. Due 7/1823

      Marle L. is on work Application of James Gentry, Listed as Father.

  • Fuentes 
    1. [S417] BLM Work Application No 56 - Ash Hollow Way Station (James Gentry, June 12, 1825).
      James gives his father as Marle L. Gentry, age 47 from Henderson Kentucky.

    2. [S309] 1840 US Census, Henderson County, Kentucky.