|Birth: ||Feb. 27, 1788|
|Death: ||Nov. 9, 1866|
"Consort of Paul Chiles."
Lucinda Kersey is said to have been the daughter of a Thomas Kersey from Ireland. This is according to a biography of her son Roland Chiles. This same information can also be found in records belonging to Corp David Thomas Jefferson Kersey, Find A Grave Memorial# 82809433 who I believe to have been her nephew.
"Walter Chiles of Jamestown" by Joanne Chiles Eakin, page 69, gives her name as Lucinda Susan Kersey.
Lucinda married Paul Chiles, Sr. sometime prior to 1806. After her death, Paul Chiles lived in Obion County & is buried in the Campground Cemetery.
The children of Paul and Lucinda were named in his will:
Francis Caruthers, Nancy Moore, John Chiles, Paul Chiles, Sarah Collins, Henry Chiles, Ann Hicks, Lucinda Jones, Rowland Chiles.
May you rest in peace.
For you Mama with much love...
A special thanks to Mary Bob McClain for her volunteer work with this family & so many others.
Paul Chiles (1787 - 1879)
Frances Chiles Caruthers (1806 - 1882)*
John Chiles (1809 - 1865)*
Nancy Ann Chiles Moore (1810 - 1888)*
Paul Chiles (1814 - 1861)*
Sarah Chiles Collins (1816 - 1884)*
Anna Chiles Hicks (1819 - 1883)*
Martha Lucinda Chiles Jones (1823 - 1858)*
Henry Chiles (1825 - ____)*
Rowland Chiles (1827 - 1899)*
Maintained by: Gloria Tune
Originally Created by: Mary Bob McClain
Record added: Jun 06, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 53318846