A: George Guthery & Mary Young

ORIGIN THEORIES for GFG11 – BRANCH A

George Guthery 1769VA-1855IN & Mary Young
of Virginia, Tennessee, and Indiana, USA

George Guthery was born somewhere in Virginia about 1769. I have found no documentation linking George to any specific location or family in VA. His wife Mary Young is frequently listed in trees as Sarah Young or Mary Sarah Young, but there seems to be no original source material for the name Sarah. Personally, I think it is an error that has been perpetuated from one tree to another.

This couple probably married in Virginia. Their marriage date of 29 Nov 1794, and other vital dates for their family are recorded in the family bible.

The use of the Guthery spelling could be a potential clue as there are groups that have continued to use that variation. Participants within the group use the Guthery, Guthery, and Guthrie spellings.

The primary Y-DNA matches for Guthrie Family Group 11 are to men of the Ballew/Ballou surname. This indicates a shared ancestor between all GFG11 descendants who was likely a man of that name, either by adoption of a Ballew child into the Guthrie family, or due to false paternity. George Guthery is currently the earliest identified Guthery with this genetic profile. This could indicate that all other GFG11 lineages descend from him.

George and Mary Guthrie are credited with 16 children based on their bible records. They moved to Tennessee early on in their marriage as only a few of the children seem to be associated with Virginia birthplace listings in the censuses. The remainder of the children were born in Tennessee. They moved to Indiana during the early 1830s.

THE GUTHRIE DNA PROJECT

Guthrie Family Group: GFG11
Group Designation: Branch A – (The Guthries of Fentress, TN & Daviess, IN)

Haplogroup: R-M269
Confirmed Haplogroup: R-A10673

YDNA Matches: 3
Kit 20740
George Guthery/Mary Young > Young Guthery/Pernina Eveline Mullinex > Nathaniel Hagan Guthery/Sarah Jane Holt (GGP) +more

Kit 376264
George Guthrie/Mary Young > Young Guthrie/Nancy Jane Trent (GGP) +more

Kit 502831
George Guthery/Mary Young > Young Guthery/Pernina Emaline Mullinex > Nathaniel Hagan Guthery/Sarah Jane Holt (GGP) +more


Family Finder / Autosomal DNA Kits: 1
Kit 376265
George Guthery/Mary Young > Young Guthrie/Nancy Trent > William Guthrie/Rosetta Smith (GGP) +more


Findings:

The primary finding is the Y-DNA match to men of the Ballew/Ballou name. A search of the lineages of these genetic matches could lead to the discovery of a common ancestral location in Virginia, if that is indeed the place where the causal event for GFG11 occurred.

There are currently 5 men matching GFG11’s genetic profile, two of whom have lineages traceable to George & Mary (Young) Guthrie. Both of these descend from their son Young Guthery.

Kit 20740 is only a 12-marker Y-DNA test, but the known lineage and the 12/12 match with the Group Mode DNA (most common result for the group at any given genetic marker) make it a match.

Kit 376264 is a 67-marker Y-DNA test matching Group Mode DNA 66/67. The single variance at DYS607 is unique to his kit.
DYS607=17 instead of 16.

THE FAMILY of GEORGE GUTHRIE & MARY YOUNG

GEORGE GUTHERY
Born: 16 August 1769
Location: Colony of Virginia
Married: Mary Young on 29 November 1794, presumably in Virginia
Occupation: Unknown
Died: 24 October 1855
Location: Daviess County, Indiana, USA
Buried: Bogard Cemetery, Newberry, Greene County, Indiana, USA


MARY YOUNG
Born: 15 June 1773
Location: Colony of Virginia, presumably
Sons: John Guthery (1797), William Guthery (1798), George L Guthery (1807), Young Guthery (1812), Timothy Carpenter Guthery (1819), Wesley Guthery (1821)
Daughters: Elizabeth Guthery (1795), Nancy Guthery (1799), Susannah Guthery (1800), Mary Guthery (1802), Jane Guthery (1805), Sarah Rhoda Guthery (1810), Leah Guthery (1813), Lucinda Guthery (1815), Milly Ann Guthery (1817)
Died: 7 February 1849
Location: Tennessee, USA
Buried: Carpenter Cemetery, Morgan County, Tennessee, USA


CHILDREN:

ELIZABETH ‘BETSY’ GUTHERY
1795VA-1822TN

Betsy Guthery was born in Virginia on 29 September 1795, the eldest child of George and Mary (Young) Guthery. She married Austin Choate in TN on 29 May 1817. They had 1 son: George Choate born on 30 April 1821 in TN. Betsy died the following year on 9 June 1822. Her husband remarried to Elizabeth / Mary Elizabeth Young with whom he had 3 sons and 4 daughters. He died sometime after the 1880 census, probably in Fentress County, TN.

Children: 1
Choate Sons: George Choate (1821)
Choate Daughters: None

Family Finder Participants: None


JOHN GUTHERY
1797VA-1871IN

John Guthery was the eldest son of the family. He was born on 12 January 1797 in Virginia. He married Sarah Cartwright on 6 March 1821, probably in Tennessee. They had removed to Indiana by 1837 when their daughter’s birth is listed in that location. I am unable to determine exact residence prior to 1850 when the family is living in Eel River, Greene, Indiana. John and Sarah had at least 5 children. He died in Sullivan County, Indiana on 7 April 1871. Sarah’s DOD is listed in trees as 1871, but that could actually be ‘after 1871’. No further data found.

Children: 5
Sons: Louis Cartwright Guthery (1827), Andrew H Guthery (1838), John W Guthery (1840)
Daughters: Mary Guthery (1835), Lovina Ann Guthery (1837)

Y-DNA Project Participants: No
Family Finder Participants: No


WILLIAM GUTHERY
1798VA – Unknown

William’s birth date is documented in the family bible as 22 April 1798, but nothing further is known about him at this time.


NANCY GUTHERY
1799 – Unknown

Nancy’s birth is documented in the family bible as 28 April 1799. It also lists her marriage date to David Maybury/Mayberry on 9 August 1821. They moved to Cane Hill, Washington, Arkansas during the 1830s raising their family there. David died in 1877 and Nancy in 1884. They are both buried at Prairie Grove Cemetery, in Prairie Grove, Washington, Arkansas.

The Find-a-Grave site and some online trees list Nancy with the maiden name of Stroud instead of Guthery, and her DOB as 14 April 1799 rather than 28 April 1799. No evidence of a Stroud connection found.

Children: 10
Mayberry Sons: Jacob D Mayberry (1826), George Mayberry (1827), David Mayberry (1831), John O Mayberry (1832), Abraham Mayberry (1839)
Mayberry Daughters: Nancy Jane Mayberry (1829), Mary Mayberry (1835), Rhoda Mayberry (1837), Racheal Mayberry (1841), Artema Mayberry (1843)

Family Finder Participants: No


SUSANNAH ‘SUSAN’ GUTHERY
1800TN-1892TN

The family bible lists Susan’s birth as 24 November 1800, and her marriage to Consider Carpenter (aka ‘Sid’) as 8 November 1821. They made their home in Fentress County, Tennessee. After Sid’s death in 1869, Susan is found in Morgan County through her 70s and 80s. She died on 22 February 1892 at Glenmary, Scott, Tennessee.

Children: 12
Carpenter Sons: Timothy Carpenter (1823), George Young Carpenter (1836), John Ross Carpenter (1840)
Carpenter Daughters: Mary Ann Carpenter (1826), Jane M Carpenter (1827), Hannah B Carpenter (1830), Lucinda Jane Carpenter (1832), Rhoda Sarah Carpenter (1836), Nancy O Carpenter (1841), Jane Carpenter (1843), Sarah Jane Carpenter (1859), Freely Vianna Carpenter (1861)

Family Finder Participants: No


MARY GUTHERY
1802TN-1804TN

Mary’s birth on 5 August 1802 and death on 5 January 1804 are recorded in the family bible. No location given.


JANE ‘JENNY’ ‘JEAN’ GUTHERY
1805TN-1858MO

The family bible lists this daughter as ‘Jenny’ upon her birth on 3 August 1804. It also lists her as ‘Jean’ upon her marriage to Israel Mullinix on 27 February 1824. The 1850 census lists her as ‘Jane’. The names Jean and Jane are often interchangeable based more on pronunciation than a set spelling.

Jenny’s husband was Israel Hagan Mullinex. They lived in Fentress County, TN before settling permanently in Daviess County, Missouri. They had 3 sons and 3 daughters. Online trees lists their DOD as 1858. No details.

Children: 6
Mullinex Sons: George W Mullinex (1829), John Fairchild Mullinex (1841), Henry Young Mullinex (1844)
Mullinex Daughters: Fannie Mullinex (1830), Sarah Jane Mullinex (1835), Pernina Emeline Mullinex (1839)

Family Finder Participants: No


RHODA GUTHERY
1806TN-1869IN

Rhoda’s birth on 24 Jan 1806 and her marriage to John Marshall on 22 Jul 1823 are recorded in the family bible. The 1823 date is smudged.

John Campbell Marshall was born on 5 August 1801 in Washington, VA, the son of Samuel & Rachel (Campbell) Marshall, according to online family trees. John and Rhoda lived in Washington, Brown County, Indiana. The number of children varies in online trees, but they appear to be adding the children of their eldest son, George W Guthrie, to the list. These children are listed with John & Rhoda on some census records.

Children: 4 Known
Marshall Sons: George W Marshall (1828), John Andrew Marshall (1830)
Marshall Daughters: Willie Ann Marshall (?) (1833), Elizabeth Ann Marshall (1835)

Family Finder Participants: No


GEORGE L GUTHERY
1807TN-1890IN

George was born on 25 August 1807 according to the family bible. He married ‘Polly Ann’ on 5 April 1827.

His obituary tells his story:
Rev. George L. GUTHERY died at his home at Newberry, Ind., Jan 1, 1890. He was born in the state of Tennessee in 1807; emigrated to this state with his father in 1833. He was a citizen of Greene county for several years. He was joined in holy wedlock with Miss Mary Ann PABE in 1828, with whom he lived in peace and harmony for many years, until she was called by her heavenly Father to leave him. He was the father of five children, one only of whom is living to mourn his loss. He attached himself to the Methodist Episcopal church in the year 1838, and was ordained a minister of the gospel of that church in 1847 and has been a minister for forty-two years. But not less was he faithful in all of his duties, both private and public. As a citizen he was respected and honored by all who knew him. As a church member and minister he was loved by all. Father Guthery was patient, energetic and faithful in all things whatsoever he engaged in, whether in the discharge of his duties as a christian, neighbor or minister. As a friend to Christianity he had but few equals. He lived for the good of others and dedicated the latter part of his life to that cause. His whole desire was the prosperity of the church, and his sympathies did no linger around his own particular branch alone; they reached out to all denominations, and desired to see their good works harmonize with his own, and to know that all were working for the general good of mankind. His great aim was to assist his fellow men to raise themselves in the scale of humanity.

Father Guthery was a devoted friend toward the temporal welfare of the church. Day after day he went to his work and returned from it on the new church building for several months. His whole desire was to see the building so nearly completed that his funeral services could be held in it, for he said: His life was short, but no one thought of it being so short. It was the desire of all that he might live to see the building upon which he had labored so faithfully, finished, and enjoy many seasons of refreshing with his brethren, and witness the prosperity of his congregation again. He leaves behind him to mourn his loss one daughter, Mrs. FULLER , of Smith township, Greene county, Ind; one brother T. C. Guthery, of Newberry, Ind., many other relatives and a large circle of friends and acquaintances. No one entertained the least doubt of Father Guthery’s integrity and true devotion to Christianity, for he was always kind and affectionate toward all and served God in the beauty of holiness he loved to do his bidding.

On Thursday, Jan. 2, 1890 his funeral services were conducted at the M.E. church, Rev WOOD, of Odon, officiating, after which the remains were conveyed to the Bogard Cemetery across the river, and there, in the presence of a large concourse of friends, they were committed to the dust from which they sprang. His soul, which had already taken its flight to the realms of glory, was borne on angel’s wings to the God who gave it, where it will ever be with the Lord. Father Guthery has built his own monument which consists of his christian character.

Children: 5
Sons: Daniel L Guthery (1837), Joshua Guthery (1839)
Daughters: Unidentified Guthery (b.1826-1830), Susannah Guthery (1834), Margaret Guthery (1839)

Y-DNA Project Participants: No
Family Finder Participants: No


SARAH ‘SALLY’ GUTHERY
1810TN-1878IN

Sally was born on 20 January 1810 in Tennessee. She was married three times. Her first husband was John W Carpenter whom she married on 25 December 1828 in TN. They had 4 daughters. He died about 1838. Sally was then married to George W Esplinger on 16 August 1838. They had 1 son together before his death in 1840. At the age of 51 she married widower Absalom ‘Abner’ Bogard. He died in 1873. She survived him by 5 years living until 19 November 1878. She is buried at Bogard Cemetery in Newberry, Greene, Indiana.

Children: 5
Carpenter Sons: None
Carpenter Daughters: Rhoda Jane Carpenter (1829), Mary Ann Carpenter (1831), Lucinda Carpenter (1831), Minerva Elizabeth Carpenter (1838)
Esplinger Sons: George W Esplinger (1839)
Esplinger Daughters: None
Bogard Sons: None
Bogard Daughters: None

Family Finder Particiapants: None


YOUNG GUTHERY
1812TN-1867KS

Young was born in 19 July 1812. He was a farmer. Young married his first wife, Pernina Emaline Mullinex, about 1829 in Tennessee. They had 6 sons and 3 daughters. They moved to Daviess County, Missouri by 1850. Pernina died in 1852, and he remarried about 2 years lager to Sarah (MNU). They moved to Scott County, Arkansas by 1860. They had 1 son and 2 daughters. Sarah died sometime before 1862 when the estimated date for his 3rd marriage to widow Nancy Jane (Trent) Fisher occurred. Young and Nancy had 1 son and 2 daughters. Young Guthery died in Virgil Greenwood, Kansas on 9 April 1867 at the age of 54.

Children: 15
Sons: George W Guthery (1830), Nathaniel Hagan Guthery (1833), John Wesley Guthery (1838), George Leonid Guthery (1846), Artis George Guthery (1850), James M Guthery (1860), William Sherman Guthery (1865)
Daughters: Nancy Jane Guthery (1832), Polly Ann Guthery (1842), Sarah E Guthery (1844), Elizabeth Jane Guthery (1854), Pernina Eveline Guthery (1857), Mary Bell Guthery (1863), Susan E Guthery (1867)

Y-DNA Project Participants: Yes
Family Finder Participants: Yes


LEAH GUTHERY
1813TN-After 1870

Leah was born on 23 Mar 1813 in Tennessee. She married Jeremiah Marshall on 17 November 1829. They lived in Brown and Greene Counties, Indiana. 4 known children. Leah died sometime after the 1871 census.

Children: 4
Marshall Sons: James H Marshall (1840), George L Marshall (1846)
Marshall Daughters: Esther Marshall (1844), Lucy Ellen Marshall (1851)

Family Finder Participants: No


LUCINDA GUTHERY
1815TN-1869IN

Lucinda was born on 16 Feb 1815. She married Samuel Marshall, a farmer, in Monroe County, Indiana on 15 Oct 1832. They lived in Brown and Green Counties, Indiana. They had 1 son and 13 daughters. Lucinda died in 1869 and Samuel in 1875.

Children: 14
Marshall Sons: George W Marshall (1851)
Marshall Daughters: Rachael A Marshall (1833), Leah Isabell Marshall (1834), Elizabeth Ann Marshall (1837), Mary Jane Marshall (1838), Rhoda Ellen Marshall (1841), Hannah Lorene Marshall (1843), Sarah Marshall (1845), Elizabeth C ‘Lida’ Marshall (1847), Nancy H Marshall (1848), Susan Marshall (1853), Margaret Nancy Marshall (1855), Martha Marshall (1858), Emley Marshall (1859)

Family Finder Participants: No


MILLY ANNA GUTHERY
1817TN-1849

Anna Guthery was born about 1817 in Tennessee. She married John Parks on 4 April 1832 in Monroe County, Indiana. Her marriage record lists her as Milly Ann Guthery. According to the family bible, this couple had 3 sons. Anna died on 17 Feb 1842 or 1849.

Children: 3
Parks Sons: Joseph Y Parks (Twin-1833), George T Parks (Twin-1833), John Parks (1839)
Parks Daughters: None

Family Finder Participants: None


TIMOTHY CARPENTER GUTHERY
1819TN – Unknown

Tim was born on 2 January 1819 in Tennessee. He was twice married. Martha A Barker was his first wife. They married on 15 August 1838 in Greene County, Indiana and were parents to 2 daughters and 2 sons. Martha presumably died about 1850-1856. Tim remarried about 1857 to Percilla Osborn Black. They had 3 sons and 4 daughters. They lived in Greene County, Indiana through the 1870 census and afterward moved to Bear Creek, Montgomery, Missouri. His wife died sometime after the 1880 census. Tim is found living in Douglas, Effingham, illinois with his son Robert and family during the 1900 census. No further data.

Children: 11
Sons: George D Guthery (1846), Thomas Guthery (1849), Samuel Albert Guthery (1859), James Robert Guthery (1861), Eliah Hamilton Guthery (1869)
Daughters: Mary Ann Guthery (1841), Sarah J Guthery (1843), Martha A Guthery (1858), Verminda Guthery (1870), Verily M Guthery (1870), Lucy Ellen Guthery (1875)

Y-DNA Project Participants: No
Family Finder Participants: No


WESLEY GUTHERY
1821TN-182TN

Wesley Guthery’s birth on 8 July 1821 and death date 14 July 1821 are listed in the family bible. His middle initial is C or O. This is most likely George & Mary’s son rather than their son John’s son. There are no relationships listed in the bible. John & his wife Sarah married in early March 1821, so unless this was a premarital pregnancy for the young couple it is most likely a child of George and Mary.

HISTORICAL HIGHLIGHTS

1769: BIRTH of GEORGE GUTHERY
Colony of Virginia, USA on 16 August 1769

1773: BIRTH of MARY YOUNG
Colony of Virginia, USA on 15 June 1773

1794: MARRIAGE of GEORGE GUTHERY & MARY YOUNG
Virginia, USA on 29 November 1794

1795: BIRTH of DAUGHTER – ELIZABETH ‘BETSY’ GUTHERY
Virginia, USA on 29 September 1795

1797: BIRTH of SON – JOHN GUTHERY
Virginia, USA on 12 January 1797

1798: BIRTH of SON – WILLIAM GUTHERY
Virginia, USA on 22 April 1798

1799: BIRTH of DAUGHTER – NANCY GUTHERY
Tennessee, USA on 28 April 1799

1800: BIRTH of DAUGHTER – SUSANNAH ‘SUSAN’ GUTHERY
Tennessee, USA on 24 November 1800

1802: BIRTH of DAUGHTER – MARY GUTHERY
Tennessee, USA on 5 August 1802

1804: DEATH of DAUGHTER – MARY GUTHERY
Tennessee, USA on 5 January 1804

1805: BIRTH of DAUGHTER – JANE GUTHERY
Tennessee, USA

1806: BIRTH of DAUGHTER – RHODA GUTHERY
Tennessee, USA on 24 January 1806

1807: BIRTH of SON – GEORGE GUTHERY
Tennessee, USA on 25 August 1807, presumably in Overton County

1810: BIRTH of DAUGHTER – SARAH ‘SALLY’ GUTHERY
Tennessee, USA on 20 January 1810, presumably in Fentress County

1812: BIRTH of SON – YOUNG GUTHERY
Tennessee, USA on 19 July 1812, presumably in Overton County

1813: BIRTH of DAUGHTER – LEAH GUTHERY
Tennessee, USA on 23 March 1813, presumably in Overton County

1815: BIRTH of DAUGHTER – LUCINDA GUTHERY
Tennessee, USA on 15 February 1815, at Clinch River

1817: MARRIAGE of DAUGHTER – ELIZABETH ‘BETSY’ GUTHERY
Tennessee, USA on 29 May 1817

Elizabeth Guthery aka Betsy married Austin Choate in 1817. The 1820 census shows their household with 1M & 1F 16-25 and 1M & 1F under 10. The son has been identified as George Choate, but the daughter’s name is unknown. Betsey died in 1822.

1817: BIRTH of DAUGHTER – MILLY ANN ‘ANNA’ GUTHERY
Tennessee, USA

1819: BIRTH of SON – TIMOTHY CARPENTER GUTHERY
Tennessee, USA on 2 January 1819, presumably in Overton County

1821: MARRIAGE of SON – JOHN GUTHERY
Tennessee, USA on 6 March 1821

John Guthery married Sarah Cartwright. They lived in Green County, Indiana. Children: Louis Cartwright Guthery (1827), Mary Guthery (1835), Lovina Ann Guthery (1837), Andrew H Guthery (1838), John W Guthery (1840). John died 7 April 1871 in Sullivan County, Indiana. Sarah’ death is also listed as 1871, which could be accurate or indicate she died ‘after 1871’.

1821: BIRTH of SON – WESLEY GUTHERY
Tennessee, USA on 8 July 1821, presumably in Overton County

1821: DEATH of SON – WESLEY GUTHERY
Tennessee, USA on 14 July 1821, presumably in Overton County

1821: MARRIAGE of DAUGHTER – NANCY GUTHERY
Tennessee, USA on 9 August 1821, presumably in Overton County

Nancy Guthery married David Mayberry. Their youngest children were born in Tennessee prior to the family’s move to Arkansas. We know of 5 sons and 5 daughters, but the 1830 census suggests there may be two older daughters born between 1821 and 1825 that we have not identified. Known children are: Jacob D Mayberry (1826), George Mayberry (1827), Nancy Jane Mayberry (1829), David Mayberry (1831), John O Mayberry (1832), Mary Mayberry (1835), Rhoda Mayberry (1837), Abraham Mayberry (1839), Racheal Mayberry (1841), Artema Mayberry (1843). The family lived in Cane Hill, Washington County, Arkansas. Jacob died there on 14 Oct 1877. Nancy lived until 22 July 1844. They are buried at Prairie Grove Cemetery.

1821: MARRIAGE of DAUGHTER – SUSANNAH GUTHERY
Tennessee, USA on 8 November 1821, presumably in Overton County

Susan married Consider ‘Sid’ Carpenter. They lived in Fentress, TN through the 1860s, and later moved to Morgan County, TN. Their large family had 3 sons and 9 daughters: Timothy Carpenter (1823), Mary Ann Carpenter (1826), Jane M Carpenter (1827), Hannah B Carpenter (1830), Lucinda Jane Carpenter (1832), George Young Guthery (1836), Rhoda Sarah Carpenter (1836), John Ross Carpenter (1840), Nancy O Carpenter (1841), Jane Carpenter (1843), Sara Jane Carpenter (1859), Freely Vianna Carpenter (1861). Sid and Susan lived in Scott County during the last few years of his life. He died on 22 May 1869 in Glenmary, Scott, TN. Susan died on 22 Feb 1892 in Glenmary. Both are buried at Carpenter Cemetery in Morgan, TN.

1822: DEATH of DAUGHTER – ELIZABETH ‘BETSY’ (GUTHERY) CHOATE
Tennessee, USA on 9 June 1822, presumably in Overton or Fentress County

1824: MARRIAGE of DAUGHER – JANE GUTHERY
Tennessee, USA on 27 Feb 1824, presumably in Overton County

Jane (or Jean) Guthery married Israel Hagan Mullinex. They lived in Fentress County, TN during the 1830 census, moved to Indiana with other members of the extended family, and then in the 1840s to Daviess County, Missouri where the younger children were born. Children: George W Mullinex (1829), Fannie Mullinex (1830), Sarah Jane Mullinex (1835), Pernina Eveline Mullinex (1839), John Fairchild Mullinex (1841), Henry Young Mullinex (1844). The death dates for Jane and Israel are both listed as ‘1858’ without any details other than the location in Gallatin, Daviess, MO.

1826: MARRIAGE of DAUGHTER – RHODA GUTHERY
Tennessee, USA on 22 July 1826, presumably in Overton or Fentress County

Rhoda married John Campbell Marshall. They moved to Kentucky soon after their marriage , and then in the early 1830s to Washington, Brown, Indiana where they settled. Children: George W Marshall (1828), John Andrew Marshall (1830), Willie Ann Marshall (1833), Elizabeth Ann Marshall (1835). During the 1860 and 1870 census some of their grandchildren by son George are living with them, which seems to have created some confusing in online trees listing them with more children. Rhoda died in Johnson, Gibson, Indiana on 9 Dec 1869. She is buried at Maumee Cemetery in Owensville. John died sometime after the 1870 census of Washington, Brown, Indiana.

1827: MARRIAGE of SON – GEORGE L GUTHERY
Tennessee, USA on 5 April 1827, presumably in Overton or Fentress County

George L Guthery married Mary Ann ‘Polly’ Pabe. They initially lived in Fentress County, and then moved to Jefferson and later Greene County, Indiana. George was a carpenter and a minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church. He and Polly had 2 sons and 3 daughters: an unidentified daughter (1826), Susannah Guthery (1834), Daniel L Guthery (1837), Margaret Guthery (1839), and Joshua Guthery (1839). Father Guthery died on 1 January 1890 in Newberry, Greene, Indiana. His wife Polly had predeceased him at an unknown date. Daniel was his only surviving child at the time of his death.

1828: MARRIAGE (1st) of DAUGHTER – SARAH ‘SALLY’ GUTHERY
Tennessee, USA on 25 December 1828, presumably in Overton or Fentress

Sally was married three times. Her first husband was John W Carpenter, with whom she had 4 daughters: Rhoda Jane Carpenter (1829), Mary Ann Carpenter (1831), Lucinda Carpenter (1831), Minerva Elizabeth Carpenter (1838). John died around 1838 in Greene County, Indiana. Sally remarried on 16 August 1838 to George W Esplinger, with whom she had 1 son, also named George, but her new husband died sometime after the 1840 census. Sally eventually married Abner Bogard on 4 Sep 1861 when she was 51. No children by this marriage. Abner died in 1873, and Sally survived him. She passed away on 19 Nov 1878 in Daviess County, Indiana.

1829: MARRIAGE (1st) of SON – YOUNG GUTHERY
Tennessee, USA on 4 October 1829, presumably in Overton or Fentress

Young was married three times. His first marriage was to Pernina Emaline Mullinex by whom he had George W Guthery (1830), Nancy Jane Guthery (1832), Nathaniel Hagan Guthery (1833), John Wesley Guthery (1836), Jeremiah Young Guthery (1838), Polly Ann Guthery (1842), Sarah Guthery (1844), George Leonid Guthery (1846), and Artis George Guthery (1850). His wife Pernina died in 1852, and about 2 years later he married Sarah (MNU). They had 3 children: Elizabeth Jane Guthery (1854), Pernina Eveline Guthery (1857), and James M Guthery (1860). Sarah presumably died 1860-1862. Young’s 3rd wife was widow Nancy Jane Fisher nee Trent whom he married on 27 Nov 1862 in Doniphan County, Kansas. They had 3 children: Mary Bell Guthery (1863), William Sherman Guthery (1865), and Susan E Guthery (1867). He died on 9 April 1867 in Virgil, Greenwood, Kansas. His widow Nancy died in 1908.

1829: MARRIAGE of DAUGHTER – LEAH GUTHERY
Tennessee, USA on 17 November 1829, presumably in Overton or Fentress

Leah married Jeremiah Marshall. They lived in Brown and Greene Counties, Indiana. Their children were James H Marshall (1840), Esther Marshall (1844), George L Marshall (1846), Lucy Ellen Marshall (1851). Leah died sometime after the 1870 census. Jeremiah’s death is listed in trees as 1871.

1832: MARRIAGE of DAUGHTER – MILLY ANNA GUTHERY
Monroe County, Indiana, USA on 4 April 1832

Milly Anna Guthery married John Parks. They had 3 sons: Joseph Y Parks (1833), George T Parks (1833), and John Parks (1839). She was only 32 at her death on 17 Feb 1849.

1832: MARRIAGE of DAUGHTER – LUCINDA GUTHERY
Monroe County, Indiana, USA on 15 October 1832

Lucinda married Samuel Marshall with whom she had 1 son, George W Marshall (1851), and 13 daughters, Rachael A Marshall (1833), Leah Isabell Marshall (1834), Elizabeth Ann Marshall (1837), Mary Jane Marshall (1838), Rhoda Ellen Marshall (1841), Hannah Lorene Marshall (1843), Sarah Marshall (1845), Elizabeth C Marshall (1847), Nancy Marshall (1848), Susan Marshall (1853), Margaret Nancy Marshall (1855), Martha Marshall (1858), Emily Marshall (1859). The family lived in Brown and Greene Counties, Indiana. Lucinda died on 18 Dec 1869 in Lone Tree, Greene County. Samuel died on 1875.

1838: MARRIAGE of SON – TIMOTHY CARPENTER GUTHERY
Greene County, Indiana, USA on 15 August 1838

Timothy was first married to Martha A Barker by whom he had 2 daughters and 2 sons: Mary Ann Guthery (1841), Sarah J Guthery (1843), George D Guthery (1846), and Thomas Guthery (1849). Martha was listed in the 1850 census of Taylor, Greene, Indiana, but presumably died during the next 5 or so years. Timothy remarried about 1857 to Percilla Osborn Black. They lived in Greene County, Indiana and Montgomery County, Missouri with their children: Martha A Guthery (1858), Samuel Albert Guthery (1859), James Robert Guthery (1861), Elijah Hamilton Guthery (1869), Verminda Guthery (1870), Verilla M Guthery (1870), Lucy Ellen Guthery (1875). Percilla died sometime between 1875 and 1880 as she is not listed with the family during the 1880 census. Timothy was still alive in 1900 during the census for Douglas, Effingham, Illinois where he was living with his son Robert Guthery and family.

1849: DEATH of WIFE – MARY (YOUNG) GUTHERY
Tennessee, USA on 7 February 1849

Mary is buried at Carpenter Cemetery in Morgan County, Tennessee, USA

1849: DEATH of DAUGHTER – MILLY ANNA (GUTHERY) PARKS
Monroe County, Indiana, USA on 17 February 1849

1855: DEATH of GEORGE GUTHERY
Daviess County, Indiana, USA on 24 October 1855

George Guthery is buried at Bogard Cemetery, Newberry, Greene County, Indiana, USA


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