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Benjamin Radnor Allnutt
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Birth: Jan. 28, 1823
Owen County
Kentucky, USA
Death: Apr. 1, 1906

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Son of Jesse Allnutt & Martha "Patsy" Wright. He married (1) Hulda Ann Webster on October 25, 1849 in Owen Co, KY. He married (2) Susan White on December 6, 1866.

Children of Benjamin Radner Allnutt & Hulda Ann Webster:

1. Alice V. "Allie" Allnutt born March 22, 1848.
2. Infant Allnutt (Twin) born September 3, 1853.
3. Infant Allnutt (Twin) born September 3, 1853.
4. Edward B. Allnutt born December 29, 1854.
5. Mary Frances Allnutt born December 14, 1856.
6. Reuben Webster Allnutt born April 11, 1860.
7. Thomas Radford Allnutt (Twin) born April 7, 1862.
8. James Radner Allnutt (Twin) born April 7, 1862.
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Kentucky: A History of the State, Battle, Perrin, & Kniffin, 7th ed., Owen Co.

B. R. ALLNUT was born in Owen County, Ky., January 28, 1823, and is a son of Jesse and Patsey (Wright) Allnutt. Jesse Allnutt was a son of William Allnutt, was born in Maryland, and emigrated to North Carolina, and then to Fayette County, Ky. He was a farmer, and died in Owen County in 1850. William Allnutt, a native of Wales, came to America at an early day, and settled in Maryland. Patsey (Wright) Allnutt was a daughter of John Wright, who emigrated from England to America, and settled in North Carolina. She was the youngest child of a family of eighteen children-- twelve daughters and six sons--all of whom lived to years of maturity, and the sons were all prominent men of North Carolina, all holding high offices of trust. B. R. Allnutt received his education in the common schools of Owen County, and when a young man served an apprenticeship in the wagon and carriage shop of C. M. Riley, which trade he followed for ten years. He then went to Missouri, and began farming, but soon returned to Kentucky, and engaged in agricultural pursuits in Owen County. He owns a farm of 400 acres, which he values at $30 an acre. He also owns one of the most elegant residences in Owen County. Mr. Allnut has twice married; first, to Miss Huldah A. Webster, a daughter of Reuben Webster, of Owen County, formerly of Fayette County, Ky., and eight children blessed this union, of which there are but three living; Alice (wife of Llewellyn Abbott, a farmer of Owen County), Reuben W. and Thomas R., both farmers. Mr. Allnutt's second marriage was to Mrs. Susan Davis, daughter of George W. White of Owen County. Mr. Allnutt is a member of the Baptist Church, having joined that church in 1844.
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 Spouses:
  Hulda Ann Webster Allnutt (1833 - 1863)
  Susan White Allnutt (1834 - 1918)*
 
 Children:
  Alice V. Allnutt Abbott (1852 - 1922)*
  Infant Allnutt (1853 - 1853)*
  Infant Allnutt (1853 - 1853)*
  Edward B. Allnutt (1854 - 1863)*
  Mary Frances Allnutt (1856 - 1871)*
  Reuben Webster Allnutt (1860 - 1921)*
  James Radner Allnutt (1862 - 1864)*
  Thomas Radford Allnutt (1862 - 1916)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
New Liberty IOOF Cemetery
New Liberty (Owen County)
Owen County
Kentucky, USA
 
Created by: Genealogy Girl💕
Record added: Jun 07, 2007
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Benjamin Radnor Allnutt
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 Added: Jun. 8, 2007
 
 
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