From Penn. Married between 1728 & 1751. Had 10 children. Her grandmother, Susanna Penn, was possibly a descendant of William Penn (or wife of Mathew Penn)
Married between 1764 and 1769 in VA?
Born in Scotland. A revolutionary war veteran from near Philadelphia, Pa. Moved family to Augusta, County, Vir. in 1774 and in 1778 to Kentucky.
Children of Anthony Litsey and Susannah Slack are:
i. Anthony Litsey, Jr.
ii. Catherine Litsey, married Edward Davis 1794 in Washington Co., Ky; born 1771 in Hedgesville, Frederick Co., Virginia; died Bef. 1860 in Harrison County, Indiana.
Two of Edward Davis and Catherine Litsey's children married Whittington's in Harrison County in what was probably a double ceremony:
Edward Davis m. Polly Whittington on Nov. 11, 1819; Catherin Davis m. John Whittington on Nov. 11, 1819
iii. Henry Litsey
iv. James Litsey
v. John Litsey
vi. Margaret Litsey
vii. Mathew Litsey
viii. Nancy Litsey
ix. Sarah Litsey, born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; died 1843 in Harrison Co., Ind. (Davis Home Cemetary); met John Davis 1790 in Nelson(now Washington Co.), Kentucky.
x. Randal Litsey, born 1770; died Unknown.
Washington County, Kentucky, Deed Book L, Page 445, Know all men by these present that I Susanna Litsey of Harrison County, and State of Indiana have made, ordained, constituted and appointed in my name, place and stead put and depute George Pirtle of Sullivan County and State of Indiana my true and lawful attorney for me and in my name, place and stead to grant, bargain, sell and convey all that messuage or tenement contained in and including the one equal sixth part of a tract of land lying and being in the State of Kentucky and County of Washington. It being my part of the tract of land willed to me by my father Randle Slack deceased, at this time in the possession of Nicholas Mudd, with all the appurtenances and my estate rights, title and interest therein such person or persons and for such price or prices as he shall think proper, and as my proper act and deed, to sign, seal and deliver and acknowledge all such deed or deeds of conveyance as shall be necessary for the absolute granting and assuring of the premises to my said Attorney, al my power and authority in and about the premises. To have, use and take all lawful means and wave in my name for the purpose aforesaid and generally, to do and perform all lawful acts and things necessary to be done and performed in and about the premises in my name as fully and amply as I myself might or could do it personally, present. And Attorney or Attorneys under him for the purposes aforesaid to make and constitute and adjoin at pleasure to revoke hereby ratifying, allowing and confirming whatever my said Attorney shall lawfully in my name in and about the premises by virtue of these presents. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal the 21st day of September 1833. Susanna (her X mark) Litsey.
Washington County, Kentucky, Deed Book L, page 446, This Indenture made this 7th day of September 1821, between Susannah Litsey of the State of Indiana, Harrison County, John Slack of Bullitt County and State of Kentucky, Randle Slack of the same place, William Hays, William Slack of Hardin County and James Hollenhead of Davies County both of the State of Kentucky, heirs and representatives of Randolph Slack deceased of the one part and Nicholas Mudd of Washington County and State of Kentucky of the other part WITNESSETH: that the Susannah Litsey, John Slack, Randle Slack, William Hays, William Slack, John Weakley and James Hollenhead, heirs and representatives of said Randolph Slack deceased as aforesaid. For and in consideration of the Sum of $1181.50 current money to them in hand paid by the said Nicholas Mudd the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged has given, granted, bargained and sold, transferred and confirmed and by these presents do give, grant, bargain, sell, transfer and convey unto the said Nicholas Mudd, certain tract or parcel of land situate, lying and being in Washington County and Bounded as follows: To wit: Beginning at a white oak and 2 sugar trees, corner to Christopher Barlow, thence N 43 degrees West 63 poles to a hickory and 2 dogwoods corner to Benjamin Piles, thence with his line S 45 1/4 west 211 poles to a white oak another of said Piles corner, thence, South 41 east 82 poles to a stone in lieu of a hickory, ash and ironwood, corner to said Barlow's line thence with the same north 43 degrees east 211 poles tot he beginning. Containing by survey 90 1/2 acres of land. TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the above sold tract of land and premises with every privilege and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining to the only proper use, benefit and behoof of him the said Nicholas Mudd, his heirs and assigns forever and they the said Susannah Litsey, John Slack, Randle Slack, William Hays, William Slack, John Weakley and John Hollenhead. Heirs and Representatives of Randolph Slack deceased as aforesaid, themselves and their heirs so covenant and agree to warrant and forever defend the above mentioned tract of land and premises against the claim of themselves and their heirs and against the claims of all and any person or persons whatever. In Witness whereof, they the said Susannah Litsey, John Slack, Randle Slack, William Hays, William Slack, John Weakley and James Hollenhead have hereunto set their hands and seals the day and year above written. Susannah Litsey by George Pirtle Attorney in fact (Seal), John Slack (Seal), Randle (his X mark) Slack, Randle Hays (Seal), William (his X mark) Slack (Seal). Recorded 3 October 1833.
Randolph Slack (1720 - 1795)
Sara Penn Slack (1735 - 1795)
Catherine Litsey Davis (1773 - 1845)*
Susannah Slack Litsey (1745 - ____)
Catherine Slack Penn (1748 - 1798)*
William Earl Slack (1753 - 1830)*
John Slack (1755 - 1822)*
Mary Elizabeth Slack Hays (1757 - 1821)*
Randlph (Randall) Slack (1765 - 1807)*
Richard Slack (1770 - 1812)*
Created by: Susan Sullivan and John ...
Record added: Jan 29, 2012
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