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 Lemuel Leroy Stockton

Lemuel Leroy Stockton

Clinton County, Kentucky, USA
Death 27 Oct 1903 (aged 79)
Clinton County, Kentucky, USA
Burial Clinton County, Kentucky, USA
Memorial ID 42366432 · View Source
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Lemuel Leroy Stockton was a son of Daniel and Rebecca (nee Smith) Stockton, and a grandson of "Smith Creek" John Stockton. Lemuel's great-grandfather was Thomas Stockton, Sr., who was the first settler in what would later become Clinton County, Kentucky. Lemuel Leroy Stockton was born, raised and died in Stockton's Valley, named for Thomas Stockton, Sr.

Lemuel Leroy Stockton's 1st wife was Rosannah Craig.

1860 census Clinton County, Kentucky
Lemuel Stockton, 34, Kentucky
Rosannah, 32, Kentucky
Nancy Ann, 10, Kentucky
Daniel F., 7, Kentucky
Mary, 5, Kentucky
Rebecca E., 3, Kentucky
Susan, 11/12, Kentucky
Jane Craig, 65, Tennessee

Rosannah (nee Craig) Stockton died.

Lemuel Leroy Stockton's 2nd wife was Celia Cox.

1870 census Clinton County, Kentucky
Lem Stockton, 45, Kentucky
Celia, 28, Tennessee [2nd wife]
Nancy A., 19, Kentucky
Mary J. , 15, Kentucky
Rebecca E., 13, Kentucky
Susannah, 10, Kentucky
Mary C., 3, Kentucky
Martha A., 1, Kentucky

1880 census, Lemuel Stockton family not found.

Celia (nee Cox) Stockton died before 1900.
Her first name might have been Lucille.

1900 census Clinton County, Kentucky
Lemuel Stockton, 75
Mary J., 46, Kentucky
Susan, 42, Kentucky
General, 29, Kentucky
William, 23, Kentucky
Rosa, 21, Kentucky
Sallie A., 14, Kentucky
Blaine, 13, Kentuky
Sherman, 4, Kentucky

Please see memorials:
Davis Stockton (c1685-1761)
Richard Stockton Sr. (c1710-1775)
Thomas Stockton Sr. (c1740-1809)
"Smith Creek" John Stockton (c1763-1805)
Daniel Stockton (1798-c1835)

Mary Jane Stockton (1854-1925)

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Irwin Cemetery
Stockton's Valley
Clinton County, Kentucky

Irwin Cemetery is located on property that was granted to Thomas Stockton Sr. in 1798. He was the first settler in what would later become Clinton County, Kentucky, and Stockton's Valley is named after him. Thomas Stockton Sr. lived on his property next to Spring Creek until his death in 1809. This property then passed to his son Thomas Stockton Jr., and in 1824 he sold 128 1/2 acres of this 200 acre property to John Irwin. The Irwin Cemetery is located in the northwest corner of John Irwin's 128 1/2 acre property.

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  • Created by: Jerry Stockton
  • Added: 25 Sep 2009
  • Find A Grave Memorial 42366432
  • Find A Grave, database and images ( : accessed ), memorial page for Lemuel Leroy Stockton (24 Oct 1824–27 Oct 1903), Find A Grave Memorial no. 42366432, citing Irwin Cemetery, Clinton County, Kentucky, USA ; Maintained by Jerry Stockton (contributor 47154107) .