Parents: Philip Philemon Larimore, Sr. (b. ca 1736 (Queen Anne's Co., Maryland Colony)-1801 (Rockingham Co., NC) and Mary A. Garrett (1740-1801). Mary died in Rockingham Co., NC
When Philip, Jr. was born, Maryland was a colony.
Philip and Martha "Patsy" Bloyd were married in 1793 in Rockingham Co., NC.
Philip Philemon, Jr. bought 41 acres on Wolf Creek Island near his and Martha's parents who were neighors. He and Martha farmed. This is where their first four children were born:
In late 1804/early 1805, Philip, Jr., with most of his siblings and their families and with Martha's family, moved to Green Co., Kentucky. Philip's older brother, Richard Larimore, Sr. moved to Green Co., KY in 1800.
By 1807, the whole Larimore clan had moved to Green Co., KY. Philip, Jr. purchased 150 acres on 8 Oct. 1807 on Little Brush Creek. He bought the land from Joseph Meridith and his wife for $600. The land he purchased was 10 miles northwest of Greensburg, not far from Summersville.
By 1816, Philip owned 230 acres and 5 or 6 horses. In 1819, when his children started to marry, he began to sell each of them some of the home farm for their homesteads.
By 1818, Philip's brothers Richard Larimore, Sr. and Rev. James Larimore and their families had moved to Missouri and Arkansas respectively. This means that all of the Larimores found in Kentucky after 1822 were members of Philip and Martha's family.
There is no record that Philip or Martha owned slaves.
No headstones for Philip or Martha remain.
CAMPBELL (b. *1796, Rockingham Co., NC, died 1843 in Green Co., KY; He married Martha ("Patsy" Grayham [Graham in later years] 29 Jan. 1828 in Green Co., KY. Martha was b. 1809 in NC; after Campbell's death, Martha moved to Missouri with her children. Martha Graham Larimore is buried at Paradise Cemetery, Paradise, Clay Co., MO.). Campbell Larimore's Memorial is 58281699. *Other records indicate he was born 1807 in Green Co., KY.
JAMES SAMPSON (b. 1798, Rockingham Co., NC, d. 27 Oct. 1860 in Hart Co., KY; married Letitia Whitlow.)
SUSANNAH (b. 1799, Rockingham Co., NC; m. 27 Sept. 1820 Green Co., KY to John Shoemaker; death date unknown.
WILLIAM (b. 1801, Greenville, Pitt Co., NC; m. 22 Oct. 1822 in Green Co. KY to Nancy Whitlow (b. 1805 NC, d. 1870 Green Co., KY); d. ca 1846-49.
ALLIAN (b. 1802 in NC). [since he wasn't listed in the above list of children born in Rockingham Co., NC, not sure where he fits into the family.
RICHARD L. (b. 1804, Rockingham Co., NC; m. 22 Dec. 1824 Green Co., KY to Nancy Jane Perkins (b. 1804 NC, d. 1885, Hart Co., KY); d. 20 Dec. 1879.
MARTHA "PATSY" (b. 1810, Brush Creek, Green Co., KY; m. 24 Oct. 1825 in Green Co., KY to John J. Whitlow (b. 1803 NC; d. 1859, Green Co., KY); d. ca 1858.
SARAH (b. 1814, Green Co., KY; m. 1830 to William Whitlow (b. 1809 NC); both Sarah & William's death dates are unknown.
MARY (b. 1816, Elliott, Green Co., KY; m. 29 Dec. 1834, Green Co., KY to Pleasant Whitlow and in 1853 to Daniel Benningfield (b. 1790 Hanover Co., St. Paul's Parish, VA; d. 1870 in Larue Co., KY; Mary d. 1880 in Magnolia, LaRue Co., KY.
This branch of the Larimore family is said to have settled in the Talbot/Queen Anne's Co., Maryland area as early as 1650.
Note: Most of the above data comes from Joyce Ziegler Cornelius. She indicates Philip, Jr.'s residences were: 1774 in MD; 1783 Rockingham Co., NC; 1804, Green Co., KY; later years in Hart Co. with his children.
Phillip Philemon Larimore (1736 - 1801)
Mary Garrett Larimore (1740 - 1801)
Martha Bloyd Larimore (1775 - 1835)
James Sampson Larimore (1798 - 1860)*
William E. Larimore (1801 - 1850)*
Richard L. Larimore (1804 - 1879)*
Campbell Larimore (1807 - 1843)*
Catherine Larimore Milby (1765 - 1841)*
Philip Philemon Larimore (1773 - 1840)
Horse Cave Municipal Cemetery
Plot: He & Martha's headstones no longer exist; they were probably field stones.
Created by: J.D. Larimore
Record added: Jan 09, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 63968195
Michael C Lynn
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To the fathers of the family I am always searching and adding members of the family in our family tree. It is a great joy to me to connect us all together. God bless our family. wardrhea1953|
Added: Aug. 11, 2014