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(1) Roger GUM, b. unknown probably in England, d. 1696 in Sussex Co., DE; m. wife unknown; he resided in Sussex Co., DE; his child:

[#2]    i. John [Sr.], b. unknown, d. before 1731, m. Frances ____. 

(2) John GUM [Sr.], b. unknown probably in Sussex Co., DE, d. before 1731 in Sussex Co., DE; m. to Frances ____ (possibly POTTER); they resided in Sussex Co., DE; their children:

        i. Abraham, b. unknown, d. 1749, m. Hannah CONWELL; 
       ii. Jacob, b. unknown, d. 1783, m. Sarah CLAYPOOLE; 
      iii. Alice, b. unknown, d. 1787, m. John PONDER; 
       iv. Sarah, b. unknown, m. Jacob SHELTMAN; 
[#3]    v. John [Jr.], b. about 1720, d. 1802, m. Alice ____. 

(3) John GUM [Jr.], b. about 1720 in Sussex Co., DE, d. 1802 in Pendleton Co., VA; m. to Alice ____ (possibly FISHER); they resided in Augusta Co., VA, and later in Pendleton Co., VA; their children:

        i. Patience, b. about 1746, m. John CHESNUT; 
       ii. Isaac, b. about 1753, d. 1830, m. 1st Jane ERVIN, 2nd Martha MCBRIDE; 
      iii. Abraham, b. about 1755, d. 1806, m. Priscilla WADE; 
[#4]   iv. William [Sr.], b. about 1760, d. after 1830; 
        v. Jacob, b. about 1761, d. Jul 1820, m. Dolly ABROGAST; 
       vi. John [III], b. about 1765, m. Mary (WADE) HENDERSON. 
John GUM [Jr.] was a soldier in Capt. John McCoy's Co., Augusta Co., VA Militia, in 1778 during the Revolutionary War.

(4) William GUM [Sr.], b. about 1756 in Augusta Co., VA, d. about between 1830-40 in Clay Co., KY; m., about 1780, to Jamima Seibert; they resided in Madison Co., KY, and later in Clay Co., KY; their children:

        i. Rachel, b. about between 1780-90, m. Samuel CHESNUT. 
       ii. Sarah Elizabeth, b. about 1790, m. William H. BOWLES; 
      iii. Elias, b. about 1794, m. 1st. Susan ____, 2nd. Aggy _____; 
[#5]   iv. William [Jr.], b. about 1795, d. about 1845, m. Patsy WALTERS; 
        v. Stephen, b. about 1797, m. Elizabeth CORNELIUS; 
       vi. Edy, b. about 1800, m. 1st. Hawkins BALES, 2nd. Thomas PHILLIPS; 
      vii. Selah "Celia", b. 1 Jan 1804, d. 30 Oct 1881, m. Nimrod SMITH; 
     viii. Abraham, b. unknown, d. 1838, m. Susannah PHILPOT; 
William GUM [Sr.] was a soldier in Capt. Hull's Co., 2nd Battalion, Augusta Co., VA Militia, in 1779, during the Revolutionary War.

(5) William GUM [Jr.], b. about 1795 in Madison Co., KY, d. after 1860 in Morgan Co., IN; m., 3 Oct 1820 in Clay Co., KY, to Martha "Patsy" WALTERS (b. about 1799, d. after 1860; daughter of Robert WALTERS & Frances (NORTON?)); they resided in Clay Co., KY, and later in Morgan Co., IN; their children:

[#6]    i. William B., b. 23 Jul 1821, d. 9 May 1897, m. Lucinda BENTON; 
       ii. Barry, b. 1822, m. Susan BOWMAN; 
      iii. Franky, b. about 1824, m. Zachariah OGLE; 
       iv. Robert, b. about 1832, d. 21 Aug 1855, m. Martha SMITH; 
        v. Celah, m. John W. HOMER;
       vi. Mariah, m. Rewel BEVERLY
      vii. ?Susan, b. about 1834. 

(6) William B. GUM, b. 23 Jul 1821 in Clay Co., KY, d. 9 May 1897 in Lee Co., KY; m. to Lucinda BENTON (b. 14 Apr 1823, d. 16 Dec 1900, daughter of Jesse BENTON & Phoebe QUICK); they resided in Owsley & Lee Cos., KY; their children:

        i. Milly, b. about 1839; 
       ii. Michael, b. about 1841; 
      iii. John P., b. about 1843, m. Emily ____; 
       iv. William [Jr.], b. about 1846; 
[#7]    v. Lucinda, b. 2 Sep 1849, d. 22 Feb 1935, m. John LUTES; 
       vi. Luellen, b. about 1852; 
      vii. Lewis, b. about 1854, m. Mary ____; 
     viii. Narcissus, b. about 1856; 
       ix. Jane, b. about 1856; 
        x. James Buchanan, b. about 1857; 
       xi. Millard Fillmore, b. about 1858; 
      xii. Abraham, b. about 1859; 
     xiii. Louisa, b. about 1862;
      xiv. Joseph S., b. about 1866;
       xv. Sophia, b. about 1868.

(7) Lucinda GUM, b. 2 Sep 1849 in Owsley Co., KY, d. 22 Feb 1935 in Lexington, KY; m., 31 Dec 1871 in Lee Co., KY, to John LUTES (b. 23 May 1849, d. 17 Oct 1921).

Continued on my LUTES Family Page


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