Elizabeth (Smith) Jones
at time of the
1810 Clay Co, KY Census
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Note: By 1810, Moses and John have households of their own.
(James hasn't yet been born.)
Under 10 of age =1 (Isaac)
10-16 of age =0
16-26 of age =1 (Vincent)
26-45 of age =0
45 and over =1 (William =Head of Household)
Under 10 of age =5 (Betsy,Malinda,Peggy,Keziah,Sally)
10-16 of age =2 (Nancy, Ollie)
16-26 of age =0
26-45 of age =1 (Elizabeth =William's wife)
45 and over =0
(aka George W. Singleton)
was accused of but never prosecuted for
"The Murder of Millington 'Milton' Sasser"
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He married his 1st wife, Ruscilla Rowland, on 15 Mar 1866.
His 2nd wife was Mary Alice "Molly" McIntosh
[b: 25 Oct 1861, d: 14 Aug 1953],
who in 1875 was a teacher in Clay Co, KY.
On 25 Apr 1880, Gregory shot and killed Milton Sasser.
Gregory was nailed in a "goods box" to escape prosecution.
He used name of Singleton and lived in several places, including
Benson [Franklin Co], KY, and New Iberia [Iberia Parish], LA.
He returned to Laurel Co, KY, during 1914-1918, following a divorce,
and moved to Louisville [Jefferson Co], KY, where he died on 03 Jan 1923.
He was buried at Cave Hill Cemetery as George W. Singleton.
George Gregory had 6 children who bore the surname Gregory.
By his second marriage, he had 8 children who bore the surname Singleton.
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to read the news accounts (and other accounts) of Milton Sasser's murder,
which include information about George Gregory's involvement.
It is the opinion of some researchers that the Isaac Jones
who married Sarah Basham is the son of
William &Elizabeth(Smith) Jones,
while other's believe that this Isaac is the son of
William's brother & wife,
Isaac &Rhoda(Smith) Jones
For the List of Descendants of
Isaac & Sarah(Basham) Jones,
of the overall
Cobb-Sasser Family Lineage Website
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