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Elizabeth Julia Mullican

Female 1841 -


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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Elizabeth Julia Mullican was born on 12 Aug 1841 (daughter of John Henry Mullican and Susanna Hayden).

    Notes:

    Professed in the Sisters of Loretto as Sister Maxcentia, of Nerinckx, Kentucky.


Generation: 2

  1. 2.  John Henry Mullican was born on 6 Nov 1797 in Montgomery County, Maryland (son of Basil Mullican and Teresa); died on 10 Mar 1852 in Nelson County, Kentucky; was buried in St. Rose's Cemetery, Springfield, Washington, Kentucky.

    John married Susanna Hayden on 20 Apr 1829 in St. Rose's, Springfield, Marion, Kentucky. Susanna (daughter of Stanislaus Hayden and Henrietta Hilton) was born on 30 Apr 1809 in Nelson County, Kentucky; died on 8 Nov 1888. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 3.  Susanna Hayden was born on 30 Apr 1809 in Nelson County, Kentucky (daughter of Stanislaus Hayden and Henrietta Hilton); died on 8 Nov 1888.
    Children:
    1. Felix Hayden Mullican was born on 24 Jan 1830 in Washington County, Kentucky; died on 17 Feb 1874 in Daviess County, Kentucky.
    2. Amelia Appolonia Mullican was born on 9 Jun 1833; died on 30 Jan 1871.
    3. William Columbus "Lum" Mulligan was born on 17 Dec 1834 in Washington County, Kentucky; died on 28 May 1885; was buried in St. Raphael's Cemetery, West Louisville, Daviess, Kentucky.
    4. 1. Elizabeth Julia Mullican was born on 12 Aug 1841.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  Basil Mullican

    Basil married Teresa. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 5.  Teresa
    Children:
    1. 2. John Henry Mullican was born on 6 Nov 1797 in Montgomery County, Maryland; died on 10 Mar 1852 in Nelson County, Kentucky; was buried in St. Rose's Cemetery, Springfield, Washington, Kentucky.

  3. 6.  Stanislaus Hayden was born on 7 Feb 1772 in St. Mary's County, Maryland (son of Basil Hayden and Henrietta Cole); died on 5 Dec 1839 in Bardstown, Nelson, Kentucky; was buried in St. Joseph's Cemetery, Bardstown, Nelson, Kentucky.

    Notes:

    Sharon J. Doliante (citation details below) says that he married, first, Henrietta Hilton, then Mary Carlin, then Mary Rapier. Sister Mary Louise Donnelly (citation details below) is not frequently more right than Doliante, but in this case she appears to be correct: Mary Carlin was the wife of Stanislaus' next-younger brother Robert. She predeceased Robert, and when he made his will, he named his older brother Stanislaus his executor and the caretaker of his children. Mary Rapier was the wife of Basil Hayden, Jr., the third son of Basil Hayden and Henrietta Cole. Basil Jr. died in 1833 and his wife died in 1838. This leaves a narrow window in which Mary Rapier could have married Stanislaus (leaving aside that this would be wildly unlikely behavior in such a Catholic family), but no actual evidence suggests that this was the case. In fact Stanislaus Hayden married, first, Henrietta Hilton, the mother of his children; and second, on 14 Jan 1834, Susanna Overstreet Walker, who survived him and inherited a third of his estate.

    "STANISLAUS HAYDEN was to be court martialed in Springfield, Kentucky on 8/2/1794 as a militia delinquent. BASIL HAYDEN, SR., BASIL HAYDEN, JR. and A. Brown spoke on his behalf. BASIL HAYDEN, SR. said 'his son from his infancy has been deficient in his hearing,'…and should be exempted. The other witnesses gave the same declaration. After mature deliberations the court was of the opinion he should be fined thirty seven shillings and six pence. On 6/16/1798 STANISLAUS HAYDEN appeared and requested to have his name cleared, 'whereupon the Court ordered that he be cleared.'" [John Medley (1615-1660), citation details below]

    Stanislaus married Henrietta Hilton on 9 Aug 1791 in Nelson County, Kentucky. Henrietta (daughter of William Hilton and Mildred) died before 1834. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  4. 7.  Henrietta Hilton (daughter of William Hilton and Mildred); died before 1834.
    Children:
    1. Mary Hayden was born in in Nelson County, Kentucky; died in in Birmingham, Jefferson, Alabama.
    2. Felix H. Hayden died in in New Orleans, Jefferson, Louisiana.
    3. Lucretia Hayden was born in 1793.
    4. Julia Ann Hayden was born in 1795 in Nelson County, Kentucky; died on 22 Mar 1843; was buried in St. Joseph's Cemetery, Bardstown, Nelson, Kentucky.
    5. Elizabeth Fidelia Hayden was born about 1798 in Nelson County, Kentucky; died on 20 Nov 1860; was buried in St. Joseph's Cemetery, Bardstown, Nelson, Kentucky.
    6. Mildred "Millie" Hayden was born on 31 Dec 1804 in Nelson County, Kentucky; died on 11 Oct 1859; was buried in St. Raphael's Cemetery, West Louisville, Daviess, Kentucky.
    7. 3. Susanna Hayden was born on 30 Apr 1809 in Nelson County, Kentucky; died on 8 Nov 1888.


Generation: 4

  1. 12.  Basil HaydenBasil Hayden was born on 2 Jan 1744 in St. Andrew's Parish, St. Mary's County, Maryland (son of George Hayden and Charity); died between 21 Jun 1804 and 6 Aug 1804; was buried in Holy Cross Cemetery, Holy Cross, Marion, Kentucky.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate death: 15 Jun 1804, Washington County, Kentucky

    Notes:

    After his father died when he was nine or ten, he was raised by his mother and her second husband, William Morgan.

    His birthdate is widely given as 2 Jan 1743/4, i.e. 2 Jan 1744, but a record of his father's probate from 7 Aug 1755 says he was 12 years old at that point, which would indicate he was born in 1743.

    On a "Catholic Pioneers" roadside historical marker placed by the Commonwealth of Kentucky:

    "Basil Hayden, Sr., led 25 Maryland Catholic families to settle near here, on Pottinger's Creek, 1785. Father Whelan said first Mass in Ky. here in 1787. First Catholic church west of Alleghenies built here in 1792. First monks, 1805, Trappist Fathers (Cistercians). Present church erected in 1823, under direction of famous Belgian missionary, Charles Nerinckx."

    The marker is on N. St. Francis Road (highway 527) just south of Holy Cross Road (highway 457), next to Holy Cross Cemetery, about five miles west-northwest of the Maker's Mark distillery in Loretto.

    It would probably surprise many people in, oh, say, Santa Fe, New Mexico, whose first Catholic church was built in 1626, to hear that the "first Catholic church west of Alleghenies" was built in 1792. The assumption being, of course, that the real history of the United States is that of white English-speakers gradually moving east to west. This is the very definition of how marginalization works.

    Will of Basil Hayden:

    In the name of God, amen. I, Basil Hayden, of the County of Washington and State of Kentucky, being sick and expecting short to die, but of sound memory and understanding, do constitute and ordain this to be my last will and testament. My soul I resign to my Creator who gave it me, and my body I desire to be buried in the place assigned for that purpose, at the chapel adjoining my plantation, and to my worldly goods, after all my just debts are paid, I will and bequest in manner and form following, to wit:

    I will and bequeath unto my eldest son, Stanislaus Hayden, two Negroes, namely Clare and George, which he has now in his possession to belong to him and his heirs forever, also twenty pounds in trade to satisfy him for his demand he claims of me for labor and to make up his losses in moving. I give and bequeath unto my wife, Henrietta Hayden, my land and premises, for and during her natural life, reserving therein a home and good maintenance for my two daughters, Ann and Teresa, and my son, Edward, for and during their single lives. It is also my will and desire that my two daughters and last-mentioned son have a home and maintenance in said land during the single lives after their mother's death, and then the land to be sold with reserve and the profits equally divided amongst my heirs. I also give my wife, Henrietta, for and during her natural life, the following Negroes, namely Jack, James and his wife Hannah, a woman, Nell, Easter and her son Matthew and Poll, one bed and furniture and the [illegible], also a bay mare named Madam, the mare to dispose of as she may think proper, but the Negroes and land and the profits thereof to be equally divided amongst my heirs at her death, except the reserve before made. I give and bequeath unto my son, Robert Hayden, a Negro woman named Mary and a boy named Samuel, which Negroes he has now in his possession, to be his and his heirs forever. I give unto my son Basil Hayden the Negroes he now has in his possession, namely, Sarah and Luke, to him and his heirs forever. I give unto my daughter, Ann Hayden, two Negroes named Bill and Isaac, to belong to her and the heirs of her body lawfully begotten, if any, if not, at her death to be equally divided amongst my heirs. I give unto my daughter Teresa Hayden two negroes named Harry and Charles, to belong to her and the heirs of her body lawfully begotten, if any, if not, at her death to be equally divided amongst my heirs. I give and bequeath unto my wife's son, William Hayden, one negro boy named Nace, and one bed and furniture and it is my will that he shall come in for half share only of all the distributions which shall hereafter be made of my estate except the land, which he is to have no part of. I give unto my son, Lewis Hayden, two negroes named Joseph and Susan and also the yellow sorrel mare and young colt. I give unto my son, Edward, two Negroes named Clement and Clare, daughter of Nell. It is also my will and desire in case any of the Negroes, willed to Ann, Teresa, Lewis or Edward, should die before the death of my wife that their loss or losses shall be made good together out of the Negroes willed to my wife funding her life before distribution of those Negroes shall be made amongst my heirs. I leave one Negro boy, Jeremiah, to be sold it if be necessary to pay my debts, but if it can be done without, not to sell him. I given unto the Rev. Mr. Badin and those he may thing proper to make his heir a boy named Gerrard, also my right and title in and unto two hundred acres of land he now lives on. It is my will that the Negroes willed to Lewis be hired and the profits reserved for him until he comes of age and by his working on the plantation it is my will for him to stay with his mother after this year until he is twenty-one years old, but if he will not work I wish him to have some more schooling and bound to some decent and profitable trade. The profits of the other Negroes willed to Ann, Teresa and Edward, I wish their mother to make use of in clothing and maintaining them decently during her life. I leave my son Basil Hayden, Executor, to this my last will and testament and all the residue of my estate not legaced in this will to be dealt with according to the directions of the law. In testimony of this my last will and testament I do hereon set my hand and affix my seal the 15th day of June In the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and four.

    Basil Hayden

    We the subscribers do certify that the above-named Basil Hayden, having his proper memory and understanding, in our presence signed his name and acknowledged the foregoing will to be his free act and deed. Given under our hands the date of above written. John Lancaster, Charles Hayden, George Hayden.

    June the 21st 1804

    In addition to the legacies willed to my two daughters, Ann and Teresa, and my two sons, Lewis and Edward, I give and bequeath unto them ten pounds cash and a bed and furniture each, to make them up even with those children I have assisted when they married and left me. It is also my will that the provisions now made for the family support, together with the crop now on hand be not counted in the estate, but to be applied to the support of my wife and the family. I also give and bequeath my saddle and greatcoat to my son Lewis. Witness my hand and seal the date above.

    Basil Hayden

    Signed and acknowledged in the presence of us:

    John Lancaster, Bennet Cissell

    At a county court held for Washington County the 6th day of August 1804

    This will was proved by the oath of John Lancaster and Hayden subscribing witnesses thereto and with the codicil thereto amended which was also proved by the oath of John Lancaster and Bennett Cissell, subscribing witnesses thereto, was ordered to be recorded.

    Teste. John Reed CWC

    Basil married Henrietta Cole before 1771 in St. Mary's County, Maryland. Henrietta (daughter of Robert Cole and Ann Greenwell) was born on 2 Jul 1754 in St. Mary's, St. Mary's, Maryland; died on 6 Dec 1837 in Marion County, Kentucky; was buried in Holy Cross Cemetery, Holy Cross, Marion, Kentucky. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 13.  Henrietta Cole was born on 2 Jul 1754 in St. Mary's, St. Mary's, Maryland (daughter of Robert Cole and Ann Greenwell); died on 6 Dec 1837 in Marion County, Kentucky; was buried in Holy Cross Cemetery, Holy Cross, Marion, Kentucky.

    Notes:

    See the notes for her son William Leo Hayden for the story of William Leo's birth and of Henrietta Cole's complicated relationship with Charles Ewing.

    From Abstract of Early Kentucky Wills and Inventories: Copied from Original and Recorded Wills and Inventories by Junie Estelle Stewart King (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 2010):

    HAYDEN, HENRIETTA. "To worshipful Court of Washington County, I, Henrietta Hayden of said county do hereby declare that I will not take or accept the provision made for me by Will of my late husband, Basil Hayden, dec'd., or any part thereof and I do hereby renounce all Benefit which I might claim by said Will, and I hereby claim Dower as the law directs. As witness my hand and seal this 9 day of February, 1805. Wit: William Hayden, Lewis Hayden." Recorded April Court, 1805.

    Children:
    1. 6. Stanislaus Hayden was born on 7 Feb 1772 in St. Mary's County, Maryland; died on 5 Dec 1839 in Bardstown, Nelson, Kentucky; was buried in St. Joseph's Cemetery, Bardstown, Nelson, Kentucky.
    2. Robert Hayden was born on 20 Feb 1773 in St. Mary's County, Maryland; died between 20 Aug 1806 and 3 Nov 1806.
    3. Basil Hayden was born on 7 Aug 1774 in St. Mary's County, Maryland; died on 20 Jul 1833 in Washington County, Kentucky; was buried in Holy Mary Cemetery, Calvary, Marion, Kentucky.
    4. Ann Hayden was born on 13 Nov 1776 in St. Mary's County, Maryland; died after 1860.
    5. John Baptist Hayden was born on 6 Apr 1779 in St. Mary's County, Maryland; died in 1785 in En route to Kentucky.
    6. Joseph Hayden was born in Sep 1781 in St. Mary's County, Maryland; died in 1785 in En route to Kentucky.
    7. Eleanor Hayden was born in Mar 1782 in St. Mary's County, Maryland; died on 25 Feb 1803 in Calvary, Marion, Kentucky; was buried in Holy Cross Cemetery, Holy Cross, Marion, Kentucky.
    8. Teresa Hayden was born in Dec 1782 in St. Mary's County, Maryland; died in 1785 in En route to Kentucky.
    9. John Hayden was born on 16 Feb 1784 in St. Mary's County, Maryland; died in 1785 in En route to Kentucky.
    10. Teresa Hayden was born on 30 Mar 1788 in Nelson County, Kentucky; died after 1850.
    11. Hillery Hayden was born in 1792 in Washington County, Kentucky; died in 1792 in Washington County, Kentucky.
    12. Louis Hayden was born on 21 Jul 1792; died after 21 Jul 1792.
    13. Edward Hayden was born on 7 Nov 1795 in Washington County, Kentucky.
    14. Lewis Hayden was born on 20 Aug 1796 in Washington County, Kentucky; died in 1849 in Bardstown, Nelson, Kentucky; was buried in St. Joseph's Cemetery, Bardstown, Nelson, Kentucky.
    15. Alexander Hayden was born on 5 Mar 1798 in Washington County, Kentucky; died in 1804.

  3. 14.  William Hilton

    William married Mildred. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  4. 15.  Mildred
    Children:
    1. 7. Henrietta Hilton died before 1834.