THE JOHN PHAUP FAMILY
THE SECOND GENERATION
3. John2 Phaup married Sarah Pitzer, daughter of John and Elizabeth Madison Pitzer, large landowners of Botetourt County, Virginia, on January 22, 1807. John was 24; Sarah was 19 at the time of the wedding. John Pitzer had been a Private and patriot serving the cause of independence during the Revolutionary War. John and Sarah Pitzer Phaup resided in Charlotte County, Virginia during 1908 and 1909, where they owned 27 acres of land, which was later sold to Abraham Pitzer of Botetourt County. The sale was apparently made in preparation for their westward migration. They then apparently began their trek in 1809 or early 1810, because they were listed in the Washington County, VA census for 1810, living next door to John's sister "Polly" and her husband, Thomas Rowland. This was to be their last stop in Virginia; in fact, it began their last days ever in Virginia, for they then made their way along Daniel Boone's Wilderness Trail through the Cumberland Gap and into the new lands of Kentucky. The excursion might be compared to that of John's father some 36 years earlier, because it required considerable fortitude to pack up a family, leaving all roots behind and set off into the frontier toward the unknown.
A suit was filed in Washington County Court against John some ten years later by Earl B. Clapp, executor of Robert Montgomery, deceased, for damages sustained by the deceased in the amount of $50.04, plus interest at the rate of 6% per annum from November 2, 1811. (Washington County, VA Court Recds., March 21, 1821). John and Sarah arrived in Christian County, KY prior to May 2, 1816 at which time part (15 7/8 acres) of the original land bought in Goochland County, VA from Hezekiah Puryear, was sold to Ellis Puryear for 23.83 s. with older brother, Benjamin acting as attorney-in-fact for John and "Polly" and Thomas Rowland. It is suspected that Thomas and Polly Rowland and at least one Rowland brother, as well as one or more of Sarah Pitzer Phaup's brothers also made the trip to Kentucky.
The earliest known deed involving John and Sarah Phaup in Christian County was from Loftus and Bradley in 1818 as recorded in Deed Book I, p 332. Then on October 29, 1823 John bought 223 acres on Town fork of Little River, which he sold to Samuel D. Bradley on November 5, 1824. Later, on February 8, 1825, John bought 15 acres on Little River from William Hopson for $60. (Book Q., p. 69) and apparently made a home there until he bought 10 acres for $100 from John and Harriet Bledsoe on January 13, 1826 (Book Q., p. 211), followed by purchase of a small lot on Little River on January 13, 1826 from John J. and Polly Shields for $15 (Book Q, p. 351). The 10 acre tract apparently was the "home place" until after Sarah's death. On April 8, 1826, John bought an additional 9+ acre tract from James Ruffin of Hardiman County, TN near the home place for $55 (Book Q, p. 230), and on August 20, 1830, he bought a small tract from G. B. Long adjoining the northern property line of the home place (Book S, p. 157). The home place and these adjacent lands were sold to Kirtley Twyman on February 15, 1840 for $3000 (Book Z, p. 79-81) with a deed restriction "forever reserving always the burying ground where the family who have died are interred, as now inclosed." and further reserving the right to bury such other family members there as "may be deemed expedient." This land was sold by Twyman to McCarroll in 1841 (Book 26, p. 128) containing the same deed restriction. On October 7, 1839, John bought a 120 acre tract with buildings and appurtances from the William Hopson heirs that became the subject of litigation which lasted until after his death. The purchase price was $1767.80, apparently never paid in full, and this parcel then became the home place.
John also bought and sold a good deal of additional land, particularly along the Town Fork of Little River, although he also owned land to the northeast of Hopkinsville and even a one acre city lot in Hopkinsville. There are few, if any, Christian County Deed Records for the period 1818-1853 that do not contain at least one entry for John Phaup. Some of the people with whom John had business dealings were: Samuel D. Bradley, William Hopson, John Bledsoe, Dennis Payne, Matthew U. Henry, William G. Coleman, John J. Shields, James Ware, Zeba Howard, Benjamin Shackelford, Ann R. Dallam, Henry E. Dever and his heirs, William E. Dever and his heirs, James Cole and heirs, J. A. Weber, Augustine Weber, W. H. Moore, F. N. Wheatley, Zachariah Glass, John Buckner, Jesse Payne, John Campbell, John H. Phelps, Manliff Tucker, Albert G. Word, William E. Price, Thomas R. Latellien, Jesse W. Angell, David Anderson and Earl W. Davis.
John was a slave owner for most of his life, reporting on the tax rolls usually as many slaves as horses--from 5-7.
John and Sarah P. Phaup reared six children to adulthood but it may be inferred from recurring entries on the census records (see below) that they had a total of ten children--five males and five females.
Sarah Pitzer Phaup died on June 3, 1837 at the age of 49, and is reported to be the first person to be buried in the new Riverside Cemetery near Hopkinsville (See Perrin's History of Christian County, Kentucky. 1979. Southern Historical Press. Easley, SC). This cemetery is also reported to have previously been known as Hopewell and prior to that was the "McCarroll family burying ground". Buried in the "old section" near Sarah are six McCarrolls, and two McCarroll in-laws. It is relatively certain that this locale is the old Phaup burying ground reserved in the deed from John to Kirtley Twyman and by the latter in his deed to McCarroll.
Five and one half months after Sarah's death, on November 23, 1837, John married Eliza C. Wallace Conner, a 35 year old widow from Logan County and served as guardian for her son, James T. Conner. He also served as guardian for Mariah Cole, daughter of James Cole, deceased, and the Henry E. Dever heirs. On March 22, 1844, John sold most of his remaining land to his brother in law, Thomas R. Wallace, Jr. for $1227.84, including the disputed Hopson heirs' property where he then resided (Bk. 28, p. 100), and at the time of the 1850 census, Eliza's mother and father were living with John and family.
Apparently T. Wallace, Jr. never paid for the property, because it was sold again at public auction on December 4, 1854, after John's death, which occurred just prior to his 70th birthday, in late summer or early autumn of 1852. David Anderson was the successful bidder for the Hopson heirs' tract at $1630 and the 50 acre parcel northeast of Hopkinsville for $70, while Earl Davis was the successful bidder for the 15 acre early home place at $90 (Bk. 37, p. 191, 214, 220). The public sale of his real estate brought in a total of $1790 plus $52 balance due from Thomas Latellien, from an earlier property sale. The public sale of his personal belongings on October 4, 1852 had brought in $229.20 after certain items were exempted for the maintenance of his widow, Eliza. Persons (probably neighbors) buying John's personal property were: J. W. Jackson, G. W. Jackson, John C. Noble, G. Overshiner, James O. Donley, Charles White, G. W. A. McGarvey, J. Troxel, H. West, Bob Crump, J. P. Davis, J. M. Sadler, M. G. Radford, W. H. West, H. C. Allensworth, N. A. Williams, D. H. Dunnavan, W. T. Bronough, Joseph T. Anderson, W. M. Campbell, W. M. Moore and Samuel Wooldridge.
The personal property set aside for Eliza's maintenance totalled $152.25, and included one black man, valued at $22.50, along with two hogs, 2 cows, 1 calf, 1 stack of hay, beds, table, chairs, oats, corn, 6 cups and saucers, 6 knives and forks, a plough, a saddle and bridle, etc. (Bk. O, p. 153-156). No plates nor spoons were listed! Total assets were $2071.20; however, James K. and Eliza Phaup, as Administrator and Administratrix, owed the Hopson heirs $846.84; John H. Phelps executors, $792; and Mariah Cole Pool, $1103.17, leaving a negative net balance of more than $670.81 before counting funeral expenses.
It has not yet been determined with certainty where John Phaup is interred. It was customary to bury a husband next to his first wife and he had certainly reserved the space to do that, where his children were also undoubtedly buried, but Eliza may have had him put elsewhere.
The following extracts from Census Reports pertain to the John Phaup family:
1810 Washington County Virginia
1 Male 26-45 1 Female under 5
2 Females, 16-26
1820 Christian County Kentucky
3 Males under 10 3 Females under 10
1 Male 30-40 1 Female 30-40
1830 Christian County Kentucky
1 Male 20-30 3 Females 15-20
2 Males 10-15 2 Females 10-15
2 Males under 5 1 Female 5-10
1 Male 40-50 1 Female 40-50
1840 Christian County Kentucky
1 Male 15-20 1 Female 15-20
2 Males 10-15 2 Females 10-15
2 Males under 5 1 Female 5-10
1 Male 50-60 1 Female 30-40
1850 Christian County Kentucky
HH# 984 Fam 1052
John Phaup 61 VA Farmer
Eliza C. 48 KY
James K. 22 KY Cabinet-Maker
James T. Conner 19 KY Tailor
HH# 984 Fam 1053
Thomas R. Wallace 70 VA
Elizabeth 70 PA
Mary E. Phaup 19 KY (wife of James K.)
Robert Gyles 7 KY
Offspring of John2 and Sarah Phaup (*=inferred)
i *Female b. 1808-1810. d. before 1820.
ii *Male b. 1810-1820. d. 1830-1840.
iii Elizabeth R.3 b. April 13, 1811. m. Kirtley Twyman on Sept. 25, 1827. Had seven children. d. Jan. 15, 1892.
iv Sarah Ann b. May 26, 1812. m. Samuel A. Means on July 8, 1830. They had ten children. April 7, 1852.
v Margaret C. b. August 11, 1813. m. George O. Thompson on April 14, 1835. Five children. d. Oct. 18, 1846.
vi *Male b. 1815-1819 d. 1830-1840} possibly during the 1833 Cholera epidemic in KY.
vii *Male b. 1815-1819 d. 1830-1840}
54. viii Benjamin A.3 Phaup b. ca 1824.
ix Frances Harriet b. ca 1825. m. John B. Galbreath on July 19, 1846; m. Joseph Chastain in 1896. d. July 16, 1904.
55. x James K. b. ca 1828.
THE THIRD GENERATION
54. Benjamin A.3 Phaup required his father's consent to marry Susan McDowell in Christian County on June 13, 1840, because he was not yet 21 years of age. Susan did not require her father's consent, so it may be assumed that she was over the age of 18. Susan was the daughter of Samuel and Susan Skiles McDowell and the granddaughter of Judge Samuel McDowell, who served as a Colonel with the Virginia Militia in the Revolutionary War. He was also active later in the conventions preceding the separation of Kentucky from Virginia and chaired the first Constitutional Convention for Kentucky in 1792.
The couple apparently lived for a short time in Indiana following their marriage, as their first-born child arrived there. However, Benjamin A. appears on the Todd County Tax Rolls for 1843, listing his net worth as consisting of one mule--worth $20.00. In March of 1844, they were living on his father's land north of Hopkinsville, in Christian County, which adjoined that of Ben's brother in law, Samuel Means. In 1848, Benjamin again appears on the Tax Roll for Todd County--this time sans the mule. His short life remains rather a large mystery. He appears to have died around 1854 at the age 30, but this has not been confirmed. In fact, a dilligent search of the "Sullivan Records" (Birth, Death & Marriage 1851-1861) for Christian and Todd Counties turned up no entry for Benjamin A. It is known, however, that he is not listed on the 1860 Todd County Census with Susan J. (Fopp) and the children, nor in any adjacent county. Benjamin and Susan had five children:
56. i James Homer4 Phaup b. March 1841 in Indiana.
ii Sarah A. Pitzer b. 1843. m. W. H. Howard of Todd County in 1864. d.? i.?
iii Susan Jane McDowell b. Feb 20, 1846. m. Edward Price in 1867. Had four daughters and lived in Hopkinsville.
57. iv John McDowell b. Aug. 15, 1849.
v Mary Emma Starr b. July 4, 1852. m. Andrew Hall, a stone mason and lived on Main Street in Hopkinsville. Emma died in 1948 and is buried in Riverside Cemetery in Hopkinsville.
55. James K.3 Phaup married Mary Elizabeth Johnson in Christian County on August 22, 1850. James K. was a cabinet maker and later enlisted in the Union Army as a Private in Company A, 3d Regiment, Kentucky Voluntary Cavalry. He was killed on Dec. 28, 1861 in the battle of Sacramento in McLean County, KY only 15 days after he had mustered in on Dec. 13, 1861 at Calhoun. His widow, Mary received a widow's pension of $8.00 per month, which was later increased to $12.00 per month, from Dec. 29, 1861 until her death on July 7, 1900 (Pension #71356). James K. and Mary E. had five children:
i Ellen4 Phaup b. July 4, 1851. m. John R. Carr. Had 3 children. d. March 15, 1925.
58. ii Francis4 Phaup b. Aug. 22, 1853.
iii Minnie b. July 13, 1855. Never married. d. Terrell State Hospital on Feb 5, 1933. Said to have been insane.
59. iv James Louis b. July 26, 1857.
v Jessie b. 1859. d. in infancy.
THE FOURTH GENERATION
56. James Homer4 Phaup, a blacksmith and farmer, enlisted as a Private in Company D, 2d Kentucky (Woodward's) Cavalry, Confederate States of America at Todd County on Nov. 15, 1861 (about a month before his uncle, James K. enlisted in the Union Army). According to family legend, James Homer would "slip home from the war at night" by blackening his face to sneak through enemy pickets and Union sympathizers, both of which were plentiful in that area. His black face appearing at the kitchen window would terrify his baby sister, Mary Emma, then only 9 years old. He seems to have "slipped away from the war" permanently at Abbeville, Mississippi on June 25, 1862. There are as yet unconfirmed reports that he then served with the Union, as a "galvanized Confederate". These people were given their freedom if they agreed to swear their allegiance to the Union and were often undocumented. In any event, his whereabouts are unknown from then until sometime around 1866, when he married Mildred Howard (a sister to the husband of James H.'s sister, Sarah). They settled on a farm on Buck Creek in McLean County near Island, Kentucky. This farm with one mule and 400 bushels of corn was valued on the tax list at $400 in 1869. In 1870, 1871, and 1874, only personal property is listed. James Homer and Millie had nine children:
60. i John Henry5 Phaup b. Dec. 9, 1866.
61. ii James H. b. Jan. 1869.
62. iii Robert b. 1872
iv Julia b. 1876. m.____________Langford i.? d.?
63. v Leslie Homer b. in Owensboro in 1875.
64 vi. Gus b. 1879.
vii Bert b. May 1881. m.? i.? d.?
viii Nancy b. April 1884. m. _______ Carr. i,? d.?
IX Levy b. Oct. 1885. m.Lola Mitchell i."Lee" had at least two sons d.?
i. Orvel M. Phaup b. McLean County, KY January 13 1912.
ii. Newman Samuel b. Muhlenburg County, KY August 15, 1914. d. July 1979 in Louisville KY.
57. John McDowell4 Phaup is said to have fought for the Confederacy, but this is unconfirmed. He was only 11 years old when the war began and 15 when it ended, so it seems unlikely, although both sides were using children at the height of the melee. However, family legends contain stories of his near encounters, while in uniform, with family Union soldiers. "Johnny Boy" never married and died on April 2, 1876, from injuries suffered when he was thrown from a horse. He is buried in the Andrew Hall plot in Riverside Cemetery at Hopkinsville.
58. Francis (Frank)4 Phaup married Christianne Rhea, sister of John Rhea of Hopkins County in 1866. Frank worked as a hostler in Madisonville. They had eight children. Frank died on May 16, 1912 and is buried in New Salem Cemetery. Christianne married __________ Shelton following Frank's death. She died on March 21, 1961 and is also buried in New Salem Cemetery.
i Jessie5 Phaup b. Nov. 1886. m. ____ Pendley. i.? d.?
65. ii Johnnie J.5 Phaup b. March 19, 1888.
66. iii James Leslie b. Oct. 22, 1889.
67. iv Thomas b. Feb. 21, 1893.
68. v Lawson b. Dec. 23, 1894.
69. vi Ellis b. Dec. 1897.
vii Ruby b. 1898. m. Mancel Smith i.? d.?
vii Lizzie b. July 1899. m. Lester Stephens. i? d?
59. James Louis4 Phaup married Nancy Catherine Webb, daughter of Cuthbert and Sarah Jane Foster Webb in Dallas, Texas on Nov. 30, 1866. Nancy was born in Illinois on Nov. 30, 1866. The couple lived in Texas and started the Phaup Texas Clan, although James K. and Mary Elizabeth had lived for a short time in Texas in 1851, and Ellen Phaup was born there, prior to their return to Kentucky. James and Nancy had eight children. James, a farmer, died on July 25, 1903. He is buried in Rockwall Cemetery, Rockwall County, Texas.
70. i Arthur Webb5 Phaup b. July 25, 1889.
71. ii James Louis b. Sept. 22, 1890.
iii Mary Harriet b. Nov. 10, 1891 m. Ernest Brose ? d. Oct. 19, 1962 at Liberal, KN. i.?
iv Jessie b. Nov. 10, 1891. Twin sister to Mary. d. young.
v Frankie b. Jan. 20, 1894. d. very young.
72. vi. Wade Mason b. Dec. 31, 1896.
73. vii Ernest Edward b. Oct. 10, 1900.
viii Norabella b. June 7, 1902. m. #1___Cox, #2___Butler., #3 Spencer Swan. i.? d. Dec. 17, 1982 at Liberal, KN.
THE FIFTH GENERATION
60. John Henry5 Phaup married #1 Sally McLemore of Owensboro on July 18, 1890. They had two children, Eunice and James Homer II, and as soon as the children were grown, they were divorced. John H. then married #2 Katherine Josephine Abernathy, daughter of Dr. Jacob F. Abernathy, prominent Murphy, NC physician and surgeon,on May 23, 1921. The couple had one child, John Dillard. J. H. retired with the L & N Railroad after 32 years on April 23, 1932. John Henry died on Oct. 6, 1933 and Josephine A. Phaup died on Dec. 29, 1975. Both are buried in Sunset Cemetery, Murphy, NC.
i Eunice6 Phaup b. July 1891 in Owensboro, KY m. Claude Butts, and had one child, Marian. d. in early 1930's of complications following an appendectomy.
74. ii James Homer b. Jan. 1995 in Owensboro, KY.
75. iii John Dillard b. Oct. 17, 1929 in Knoxville, TN.
61. James H.5 Phaup was unmarried and still living at home with his parents in McLean County in 1900 at the age of 31.
62. Robert5 Phaup is still being traced but little has surfaced to date.
63. Leslie H.5 Phaup moved to Detroit, MI before 1900 and married Mary Ann "Mollie" Kane from Toledo, OH. Leslie served in the U. S. Army with Company E., 14th Regiment, Infantry, during the Spanish-American War and applied for an invalid's pension (#1305456) on Nov. 4, 1903. "Les" and "Mollie" also lived for a time in El Paso, TX during the 1930's. They had three sons:
76. i Thomas Leslie6 Phaup b.? m.?
77. ii James Harvey b.? m.?
78. iii Eugene Lenox b.? m.?
64. Gus6 Phaup married Ethel Rowe of Cleaton, KY. Ethel died on March 22, 1913 one week after giving birth to their only child. Gus d.?
i Charles6 Phaup b. March 14, 1913. d. May 12, 1913.
65. Johnnie J.5 Phaup married Nora Lee Welch of Madisonville, KY.
79. i James Lawrence6 Phaup b. Dec. 29, 1912.
ii Emma Lee b. Jan. 28, 1915. m.? d.?
iii Eileen b.? m? i.?
66. James Leslie6 Phaup married Nevel Gracie Welch and had four children. James L. died on Dec. 31, 1964 and is buried in Grapevine Cemetery.
80. i Thomas Edward6 Phaup b. Aug. 25, 1912. m.? d.?
81. ii James Leslie, Jr. b. Dec. 17, 1922.
82. iii Frank Lewis b. May 12, 1926. m.?
iv Mabel Juanita b. Aug. 19, 1930. m.?
67. Thomas "Tommy"5 Phaup married Beulah Welsh. Tommy died on July 27, 1956 and is buried in Grapevine Cemetery. They had two children:
83. i Clifton Stanford6 Phaup b Jan. 10, 1916.
84. ii Lourine b. May 9, 1914. m.? d.?
68. Lawson5 Phaup married Willie Pearl Dillingham in Matton, IL on Sept. 2, 1916. They had ? children. Lawson died on Sept.14, 1974 and he is buried in New Salem Cemetery in Hopkins County.
85. i J. D.6 Phaup [Initials only; no name] b. ca 1921.
69. Ellis5 Phaup married Mary Christine Fosco. He was a preacher. The couple had three children. Ellis died in July 1960.
86. i Frank6 Phaup b. Nov. 23, 1929.
ii Helen b.? m.Melvin Hicklin. They had three children
iii Grace b.March 27, 1920 m.John M. Hale August 15, 1936. i. Had three children.
70. Arthur Webb5 Phaup, son of James Louis of the Texas Phaups, married Ethel Ester Poe, daughter of Lowry and Victoria Fleming Poe, on Oct. 29, 1910. The couple had nine children. Arthur Webb died on Jan. 7, 1972 and is buried in Mt. Sylvan Cemetery, Smith County, TX. Ethel died on Aug. 2, 1975 and is buried beside her husband.
87. i Richard Lewis6 Phaup b. Sept. 2, 1913.
88. ii Edgar Mason b. Jan. 6, 1916.
89. iii Leon Webster b. July 10, 1918.
iv Birdie Doris b. Feb. 25, 1920. m. Elmo McKnight. one child. d. June 29, 1968.
v Virgie Marie b. April 22, 1923. m. Duane Craig. One child.
vi Frank Victor b. Sept 1, 1925. d. as a child.
vii Douglas Penson b. Sept 22, 1927. d. as a child.
viii Raymond Arnold b. Dec. 25, 1930. d. as a child.
ix Donnie Ray b. Sept. 28, 1935. d. as a child.
71. James Louis5 Phaup, a farmer in Smith County, married Otta Lee McMichael, daughter of John W. and Allie Fox McMichael, on Sept. 28, 1932 in Tyler, TX, after the death of his first wife, Anna Goodrich Phaup in 1920. James's first child was born to Anna and three others to Otta Lee. James died on Feb. 1, 1963.
i Willie Ester6 Phaup b. Feb 15, 1920. m.? i.?
ii Betty Alene b. March 2, 1934. m.? i.?
iii Ann Elizabeth b. Aug. 12, 1935. m.? i.?
90. iv James Lewis6 Phaup b. Feb 6, 1936.
72. Wade Mason5 Phaup, a farmer, married Florie Catherine Davis, daughter of Sam and Pine Garvin Davis of Rockwall County, in 1917. They had two children. Wade died on Sept. 26, 1960 and is buried in Hopewell Cemetery in Smith County, TX.
i Blanche Katheryn6 Phaup b. July 26, 1918. d. Jan. 16, 1928.
ii Wade Samuel b. Feb. 21, 1921. d. Sept. 21, 1933.
73. Ernest Edward5 Phaup, a farmer, married Georgia Jewell Williams, daughter of N. B. and Nellie Clement Williams, on March 2, 1919 at Loften, TX. Ernest died on May 17, 1941 at Ft. Worth, TX and is buried in Mt. Sylvan Cemetery. Georgia died on Dec. 31, 1981 and is buried in Mt. Olivet Cemetery in Ft. Worth. The couple had six children:
i Margaret May6 Phaup b. May 5, 1921 at Ft. Worth. m. Bert Aber June 8, 1942 in Smith County. No issue.
91. ii Elery "Charlie" b. Feb. 11, 1923 at Ft. Worth.
92 iii Ferrell Gene b. June 15, 1924 at Ft. Worth.
93 iv Robert Edward b. Oct. 6, 1931 at Ft. Worth.
v Patricia Ann b. Oct. 18, 1935 in Smith County. m. #1 Don Cherry, #2 James McKinney, #3 Vic Rasmussen. i.?
vi Geraldine b. April 1, 1939 at Swan, TX. m. #1 David O. Garrett, #2 Jim Shelton, #3 Wendell Stevenson. Had issue.
THE SIXTH GENERATION
74. James Homer6 Phaup, son of John H. Phaup, married #1 Nellie Victoria Legg and had two sons. They were later divorced and on Jan. 15, 1924, J. Homer married LaVada Calmes, an entertainer, at Dallas, TX. They had no children. Homer died in the early thirties of complications of diabetes.
94. i John Legg7 Phaup b. Sept. 15, 1914 d. April 9, 1996.
95. ii Harwood b.Sept.16, 1917 d. July 17, 1995.
75. John Dillard6 Phaup, a scientist and former university professor married #2 Bebe E. Lowe, of Cynthiana, KY on May 29, 1971. John has one daughter:
i Cynthia7 b. August 16, 1949. m.#1 F. Acker, #2 Robert Kuhlken. She has two sons and lives in Ellensburg, WA.
76. Thomas Leslie6 Phaup m. Helen Gilbrey of Detroit, MI. They had four children. Thomas and Helen live in Glendale, CA.
96. i David E.7 Phaup b.? Brownwood, TX. m.?
97. ii Michael b.? m.?
iii Claudia Ann b.? m.______Miller. i.?
iv Juanita b.? m.________Riddle. i.?
79. James Lawrence6 Phaup married Mattie Moore and had four children:
99. i Kenneth R.7 Phaup b.March 21, 1934, d. February 29, 1988
ii Barbara Quinn m.? Had issue.
iii Ruby Kathleen m.? Had issue.
iv Nichipourk m.? Had issue.
81. James Leslie6 Phaup, Jr. married Frances _________ and had two sons. James lives in Earlington, KY.
100. i Robert James7 Phaup b. Nov. 5, 1957. m.?
101. ii Steve Allen b. Oct. 10, 1959. m.?
83. Clifton Stanford6 Phaup married Martha Lou Almon. They have one son and live in Chicago, IL.
102. i Frederick Wayne7 Phaup b. May 13, 1952.
85. J. D.6 Phaup married __________ and had a son.
103. i Jimmy Darrell7 Phaup b.? m.? i.? Lives at Kingsville, TX.
86. Frank Ellis6 Phaup m.? He has three children and lives in Madisonville, KY.
104. i Charles Franklin7 Phaup b. Sept. 3, 1955. m.?
ii Marilyn Sue b. April 12, 1948. m? i.?
105. iii David Randall b. May 1, 1962. m.?
87. Richard Lewis6 married #1 Bennie Lee Pegues on Oct 31, 1930 at Tyler, TX. They had one child. Later, Richard married #2 Sybil Lott and they had two children. Richard died on June 13, 1967 and is interred in Forest Park Cemetery, Houston, TX.
106. i Melvyn L.7 Phaup b. Feb. 8, 1941.
107. ii Jimmye R. b. Aug. 15, 1953 at Houston.
iii Janice b. Jan 2, 1956 m. Paul Thieler. Has 2 daughters.
88. Edgar Mason6 Phaup married Juanita ___________. They had two children:
i Mozelle Marie7 Phaup b. Feb. 18, 1948 in Ft. Sill, OK. m. _________Cate. i.?
ii Danny L. b. May 6, 1937 at Portland, OR. m.? d. Sept. 1969.
89. Leon Webster6 Phaup married Christine Hoevet, They had three children. Leon died on April 12, 1960.
108. i Douglas Leon7 Phaup b. Jan. 10, 1945. d. Dec. 2, 1962. m.?
ii Jennifer Lee b. Aug. 22, 1947. m.? i.?
109. iii Michael Dean b. May 11, 1951. m.?
91. Elery "Charlie"6 Phaup married Bernice Blaylock on July 4, 1941. They have one child:
110. i Charles Wayne7 Phaup b March 13, 1945. m. Janice Cooney.
92. Ferrell Gene6 Phaup married Irmalene Wall, and after her death married Frances Arnett. F. G. has two children:
111. i Donald Gene7 Phaup b. Dec. 20, 1952. m. Brenda ________.
ii Cindy Joan b. July 27, 1955. m. Earl Meyers. Has issue.
93. Robert Edward6 Phaup was married to #1 Phyllis Pratt and later married #2 Lillian Moore on July 24, 1962. Robert is retired from the USAF and has two children:
i Robert Gene7 Phaup b. July 20, 1954. m.?
ii Karen Sue b. Jan. 3, 1960. m.?
THE SEVENTH GENERATION
The information for the seventh generation of the Kentucky-Texas Phaups is rather scanty. Current information is, in many cases, more difficult to obtain than historical information, usually for reasons of privacy.
94. John Legg7 Phaup married #2 Mary Kathryn Paul. He had two daughters and a son. John L. died on April 9, 1996
i Patricia Anne8 b. Aug. 25, 1941 in Memphis, TN. m. Kurt Priewe. No issue.
ii Beverly Sue b. Jan. 6, 1943 in Memphis, TN. m. Joseph Gurule.They have 3 children.
iii John Paul8 Phaup b. Dec. 1, 1954 in Haw thorne, VA. m. Karen Bentley. No issue.
99. Kenneth R.7 Phaup m. Valerie ? They lived in Clarkston, MI and had six children.
113. i Danny Ray8 Phaup b. August 22, 1953, d. July 27, 1986.
114. ii Lawrence Franklin b.? m.?
115 iii William Terrence b.? m.?
iv Sheryl Lynn b.? m.?
v Michele Marie b.? m.?
vi Brooke Elizabeth b.? m.?
102. Frederick Wayne7 Phaup m.? and lives in Chicago, IL. He has one child:
116. i Wayne Frederick8 Phaup b. Feb. 10, 1979.
106. Melvyn L.7 Phaup m. #1 Dixie Lockerman on July 31, 1960 and #2 Patsy ? on April 21, 1977. He has one child:
i Nancy Anne8 Phaup b. Nov. 17, 1969. m.?
107. Jimmye Richard7 Phaup m? and lives in Mesquite, TX. He has two daughters:
i Lindsey Elizabeth8 b. Dec. 13, 1984.
ii Leslie Ann b. March 26, 1987.
NOTE: The only Phaups listed in the Kentucky Soundex Census for 1920 are those in Hopkins County, i.e. descendants of Francis4 Phaup.