James Kyle Brubaker

Male 1867 - 1922


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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  James Kyle Brubaker was born 30 Dec 1867, Lawrence County, Ohio (son of David Todd Brubaker and Salome Arzelia Clark); died 12 Jun 1922, Mayville, Kentucky; was buried Maysville Cemetery, Maysville, Kentucky.

    Notes:

    It is my understanding from the phone conversation with Mrs. Ennis Austin, Kyle and his wife Caroline ended up in Mayville Kentucky.

    Birth recorded in 1867 but not date or name is associated in recording, it reads:
    David and Salome birth of male 1867.

    Public Ledger Maysville, Kentucky June 13, 1922
    Mr. James K. Brubaker died at this home in the East End Monday eveing at 6:30 o'clock following an operation for appendicitis. He is survived by his wife, two daughters Mrs. James E. Roden, of Cleveland, Ohio, and Mrs. Robert B. Owen, of Clareton. Pa., and three sons, Messrs. Arthur, Cecil and Evans Brubaker of this city, as well as his mother, two sisters and six brothers. Funeral will be from the Third Street M. E. Chuch Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. and burial will be made in the Maysville Cemetery.

    James — Caroline Hicks. Caroline died Oct 1954. [Group Sheet]

    Children:
    1. Maude Ella Brubaker
    2. William Arthur Brubaker was born 26 Jul 1901, Maysville, Kentucky; died 4 Nov 1968, Maysville, Kentucky; was buried Maysville Cemetery, Maysville, Kentucky.
    3. Bessie Brubaker
    4. Cecil N. Brubaker was born 16 Jul 1904, Mason County, Kentucky; died 12 Dec 1966, Haywood Hosptial Maysville, Kentucky.
    5. Kyle Evans Brubaker was born 7 Mar 1908; died 19 Jun 1957, Maysville, Kentucky.

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  David Todd Brubaker was born 29 Jun 1842, Lawrence Co., Ohio (son of Daniel Brubaker and Magaret D. Davidson); died 5 Nov 1917, Lawrence Co., Ohio; was buried Brubaker Cemetery, Fayette Township, Ohio.

    Notes:

    We all refer to David Todd as David, However in my search and contacts with people in the Southpoint, Ohio area, he went by the name "TODD"

    The Ironton Register recorded David and Arzelia's wedding on Jan 18, 1866 (However it is recorded as David P. Brubaker and Arzelia Salome Clark)

    David served in the 188th Ohio Volunteer Infantry during the war of 1867 until it's conclusion under Captain Sumpter. {taken from "1882 Hardiest Atlas page H-27"}

    Davids Civil War Papers show him as Private of Company I - 188th Reg Ohio Infantry as of Feb 15, 1865, age 21, height 5 foot 8 inches complexion light, eyes blue, hair brown.

    David is listed in the 1900 Lawrence County Census, Perry Township page 136-136B (Sheridan). He is listed as being 57 years old

    David died at the age of 75 years 4 months and 6 days. His listed occupation is as a Farmer. At this time he is still listed as married {so Arzelia is still with him}. His cause of death is listed as -----Angina Pectoris with contributing factors of Mitral Insufficiency ------signed by Gno. W. King November 7th 1917 South Point Ohio. He was buried in the Brubaker Cemetery Ironton Ohio November 7, 1917 {taken from Certificate of death from Bureau of Vital Statistics.}

    Came across a Contract and Lease made between Daniel Brubaker and his son David T. Brubaker in the possession of Helen and Everette Leroy Brubaker.. This lease is signed by Daniel Brubaker, David T. Brubaker, and Salome A. Brubaker. It pertains with the leasing of land on the Ohio river, the upkeep of the mansion which stands there, allowing for Daniel to live on three acres of this land, the well being, and care of David Todd's father Daniel, and the 1/4 return to Daniel Brubaker on all the crops which come from this land, and also last but not least the payment of $700.00 to Julia Elkins, David T's sister over the course of 3 years following Daniels death, as part of her inheritance from the Estate. This contract was to have been binding for the entire natural life of Daniel Brubaker, so he knew that he could be cared for the rest of his life in the way in which he had grown accustom to. The date for this binding contract was June 11, 1866, two years before the death of his father.
    On the top of this contract their is a note which reads: For Value Received I hereby release all my claim in and under this Instrument and the estate herein described. Dated 1871 Ironton, Ohio. With Daniels death in 1868, I am wondering if this statement was written by Julia Ann Brubaker Elkin upon payment of the $700.00. There is no signature following the statement, but Julia is the only one of the children mentioned in the lease as to having any claim to the estate....

    Newspaper obituary read:
    David Todd Brubaker, one of Lawrence County's best known and highest esteemed residents, died Sunday night at 12:30 o'clock rather unexpectedly and his death came as a severe shock to his family and friends. Mr. Brubaker had been ailing for one year but his condition was not considered alarming. Mr. Brubaker was born June 1842 on the farm where he died. His was a son of David D. and Margaret Brubaker and spent his entire life in this community. He was a splendid citizen in every way and hundred will mourn his death. He is survived by the following children: Mrs. Bimpson of Kenova; Kyle and Nelson Brubaker of Maysville, Ky; Irvin of Carleton, Washington; Curtis of North English, Iowa; Charles of Weirton W. Virginia; Mrs. Charles Winters of Sheridan; Lewis at home and Fred of Floodwood, Minnesota. One brother Daniel resides at Sheridan and a sister, Mrs. Cassa Shute of Burlington also survive. The Burial will be in the home cemetery the date to be announced later.

    The Brubaker Cemetery is located in Fayette Twosnhip on the hill off CR18, 1/4 mile northeast of the junction with US52


    1880 United States Federal Census Record
    Name: David T. Brubaker
    Home in 1880: Perry, Lawrence, Ohio
    Age: 38
    Estimated Birth Year: abt 1842
    BirthPlace: Ohio
    Relation to head-of-household: Self
    Spouses's Name: Arzelia S.
    Father's birthplace: VA
    Mother's birthplace: OH
    Occupation: Farmer
    Marital status: Married
    Race: White
    Gender: Male
    Household Members: Name Age
    David T. Brubaker 38
    Arzelia S. Brubaker 35
    Vesta Brkubaker 13
    Kyle Brubaker 11
    Nelson Brubaker 11
    Irwin Brubaker 10
    Curtis Brubaker 8
    Charles Brubaker 6
    Sophia Brubaker 4
    Lewis Brubaker 2
    Paul Brubaker 2M

    David married Salome Arzelia Clark 4 Jan 1866, Ironton, Lawrence County, Ohio. Salome (daughter of William Clark and Sophia McClure) was born 9 Apr 1845, South Point, Ohio; died 4 Aug 1925, Lawrence County, Ohio; was buried Brubaker Cemetery, Fayette Township, Ohio. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Salome Arzelia Clark was born 9 Apr 1845, South Point, Ohio (daughter of William Clark and Sophia McClure); died 4 Aug 1925, Lawrence County, Ohio; was buried Brubaker Cemetery, Fayette Township, Ohio.

    Notes:

    Salome is listed in the 1900 Lawrence County Census, Perry Township page 136-136B (Sheridan). She is listed as being 54 years old. This marriage if found in Marriage Index Book 8 December 1862 to April 1866 page 421.

    The Morning Irontonian Paper recorded Wed. Aug 5, 1925 Obituary
    After an illness extending over a period of three years, death Tuesday morning claimed Mrs. Salome A. Brubaker, 79 highly respected citizen of Sheriden. Her condition did not become alarming until last Friday and since that time but little hope was held for her recovery. Mrs. Brubaker was well known in the country, having spent the greater part of her life near South Point. She is survived by seven children. Mrs. H. H. Bimpson of Huntington, Nelson of Mayville, Ky, Irwin of Carlton, Washington, Curtis of North English, Iowa., Charles of Chesapeake, Louis at home, Mrs. C.H. Winters of Sheridan, and Fred of Cloquitt, Minnesota. Funeral services will be held at the home at Sheridan. Thursday morning at 10 o'clock with Rev. G. S. Lightner of the Coal Grove M. E. church officiating. Burial is to be made in the family cemetery under the direction of Bingaman and Jones.

    Children:
    1. Vesta B. Brubaker was born 18 Oct 1866, Lawrence County, Ohio; died 18 Sep 1948, Huntington, Cabel County, West Virginia; was buried Huntington, West Virginia.
    2. 1. James Kyle Brubaker was born 30 Dec 1867, Lawrence County, Ohio; died 12 Jun 1922, Mayville, Kentucky; was buried Maysville Cemetery, Maysville, Kentucky.
    3. Henry Nelson Brubaker was born 20 Mar 1869, Lawrence Co., Ohio; died 6 Feb 1938, Lexington, Ky; was buried Maysville, Kentucky.
    4. William Irwin Brubaker was born 14 Oct 1870, Lawrence County, Ohio; died Bef 5 May 1943, Carlton, Washington.
    5. David Curtis Brubaker was born 11 Jul 1872, Sheridan, Ohio; died Aug 1943, Grinnell, Poweshiek County, Iowa; was buried Hazelwood Cemetery, Grinnell, Iowa.
    6. Charles Clark Brubaker was born 22 Mar 1875, Lawrence County, Ohio; died 5 Jul 1943, Chesapeak, Union Twp, Ohio; was buried Union Hill Cemetery, Chesapeake, Ohio.
    7. Sophia B. Brubaker was born 5 Sep 1876, Lawrence County, Ohio; died 11 Feb 1964, General Hospital Ironton, lawrence County, Ohio; was buried Woodland Cemetery, South Point, Ohio.
    8. Louis Shute Brubaker was born 23 Sep 1878, Sheridan, Ohio; died 7 Feb 1941, Grinnell, Iowa.
    9. Fred A. Brubaker was born 27 Apr 1880, Lawrence County, Ohio; died Jun 1971, San Diego California.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  Daniel Brubaker was born 8 Jul 1791, Woodstock, Shenandoah County, Virginia (son of Abraham Brubaker and Mary Stover); died 24 Jun 1868, Lawrence Co., Ohio; was buried Brubaker Cemetery, Fayette Township, Ohio.

    Notes:

    Daniel seems to have been a Justice of the Peace. Have seen listed in several places where he preformed marriages in Lawrence Co., Ohio

    Daniel, served on grand jury in 1818, and was a Lawrence Co., Commissioner in the 1820's.{taken from "History of Lawrence Co., Ohio 1990 page 305}

    Daniel came west from the Shenandoah Valley on horseback with a bag of money hidden in his bed roll, to buy land in Perry Township, at the mouth of Solida Creek. He first ran a grind mill then later a sawmill. {taken from "History of Lawrence Co., Ohio 1990 page 99}

    The Brubaker Cemetery is located in Fayette Towsnhip on the hill off CR18, 1/4 mile northeast of the junction with US52

    Daniel — Magaret D. Davidson. Magaret (daughter of Nathaniel Davidson and Elizabeth Kelley) was born 27 Sep 1803, Clarksburg, Harrison, West Virginia; died 31 Aug 1850, Lawrence Co., Ohio; was buried Brubaker Cemetery, Fayette Township, Ohio. [Group Sheet]


  2. 5.  Magaret D. Davidson was born 27 Sep 1803, Clarksburg, Harrison, West Virginia (daughter of Nathaniel Davidson and Elizabeth Kelley); died 31 Aug 1850, Lawrence Co., Ohio; was buried Brubaker Cemetery, Fayette Township, Ohio.

    Notes:

    Ironton Paper recorded Margaret's Death
    Died on the 31st at her residence in Laurence County, Mrs. Margaret Brubaker, consort of Daniel Brubaker, Esq. in her 49th year.

    Questions being aroused with the information from Marshal Shute....??????
    Margaret Davidson or Margaret Davisson
    David Todd's death certificate has her listed as Davidson
    Cassa's death certificate has it blank

    Marshal Shutes information reads: Judge John Davisson, father of Margaret who married Daniel Brubaker. Judge John Davisson was born in Maryland in 1777, came to Ohio in 1801. He was the first judge of Lawrence County, and served three terms in State Legislature 1821 to 1826. Judge John Davisson married Susanah Lambert, who was born in New Jersey 20 days after the signing of the Declaration of Independence4.

    Children:
    1. John D. Brubaker was born 19 Feb 1819, Lawrence Ohio; died 4 Feb 1885, Ashland Boyd County Kentucky.
    2. Harriet Brubaker was born 1820, Lawrence Ohio; died 26 Oct 1857, Perry Township, Lawrence Co., Ohio.
    3. Mary Brubaker was born 30 Sep 1822, Lawrence Ohio; died 12 Nov 1822, La Grange County, Ohio.
    4. Susan Brubaker was born 11 Feb 1824, Lawrence Ohio; died 24 Jan 1852; was buried Brubaker Cemetery, Fayette Township, Ohio.
    5. Abraham Brubaker was born 12 Jul 1825, Lawrence Ohio; died 14 May 1905; was buried Woodland Cemetery, South Point, Ohio.
    6. William D. Brubaker was born 26 May 1827, Lawrence Ohio; died 28 Sep 1867; was buried Brubaker Cemetery, Fayette Township, Ohio.
    7. America Brubaker was born 1 Oct 1828, Lawrence Ohio; died 8 Mar 1903, Golden, Jefferson County, Colorado; was buried Golden, Jefferson County, Colorado.
    8. Emilie Brubaker was born 19 Apr 1830, Lawrence Ohio.
    9. Samuel Brubaker was born 18 Jan 1832, Lawrence Ohio; died 20 Dec 1850; was buried Brubaker Cemetery, Fayette Township, Ohio.
    10. Louisa Brubaker was born 18 Apr 1833, Lawrence Ohio.
    11. Julia A Brubaker was born 10 Jan 1835, Lawrence Ohio; died 2 Jul 1898.
    12. Daniel D. Brubaker was born 1 Nov 1837, Lawrence Ohio; died 8 May 1923; was buried White Cottage Cemetery, Fayette Township Ohio.
    13. George Brubaker was born 3 Mar 1839, Lawrence Ohio; died 24 Apr 1907.
    14. Cassa Brubaker was born 18 Sep 1841, Lawrence Co., Ohio; died 31 May 1925, Fayette Township Burlington, Ohio.
    15. 2. David Todd Brubaker was born 29 Jun 1842, Lawrence Co., Ohio; died 5 Nov 1917, Lawrence Co., Ohio; was buried Brubaker Cemetery, Fayette Township, Ohio.
    16. James Brubaker was born 22 Nov 1845, Lawrence Ohio; died 22 Jan 1865, Lawrence Ohio; was buried Brubaker Cemetery, Fayette Township, Ohio.
    17. Helen Brubaker was born 26 Jan 1847, Lawrence Ohio.

  3. 6.  William Clark died 13 Aug 1888, Lawrence County, Ohio.

    Notes:

    Of Green Village Ohio

    William married Sophia McClure Aug 1842, Lawrence Co., Ohio. Sophia died 29 Apr 1896, Lawrence County, Ohio. [Group Sheet]


  4. 7.  Sophia McClure died 29 Apr 1896, Lawrence County, Ohio.
    Children:
    1. Harriet Lelia Clark was born 16 May 1843, South Point, Ohio; died 19 May 1904, Delta, Ohio; was buried Woodland Cemetery, South Point, Ohio.
    2. Helen S. Clark was born 22 Sep 1844, South Point, Ohio; died 1 Sep 1918, Lawrence County, Ohio.
    3. 3. Salome Arzelia Clark was born 9 Apr 1845, South Point, Ohio; died 4 Aug 1925, Lawrence County, Ohio; was buried Brubaker Cemetery, Fayette Township, Ohio.


Generation: 4

  1. 8.  Abraham Brubaker was born 14 Jun 1761, Near Luray, Page County, Virginia (son of Abraham Brubaker and Barbara Long); died 1805, Woodstock, Shenandoah County, Virginia.

    Notes:

    Abraham and Mary lived on a plantation adjoining the town of Woodstock Shenandoah Co., Virginia. His will is on record in the Clerk's office in Woodstock, Va. Several years after his death his widow married Francis Reese.

    Will of Abraham Brubaker, Jr of Woodstock, Va transcribed by Doreen Nagy Brubaker

    In the name of God Amen. I Abraham Brubaker of Shenandoah County in the State of Virginia, yeomen, being infirm in body but in my perfect sense and reason do make and ordain this my last will and testament in form following. That is to say I give and recommend my soul into the hands of Almighty God who gave it, and my body I recommend to the earth, To be decently interred at the discretion of my executrix and touching such worldly estate which it hath pleased God to bless me with, I will and bequeath in the following manner and form:
    I will and bequeath to Mary Brubaker my beloved wife two horses and two cows, first choice and remainder of my hogs that is not sold. Likewise I give to my son Samuel one stud horse called Saint George. Likewise I give to my beloved with Mary Brubaker one wagon and four sets of harnesses belonging to the wagon, on bar shear plough and shovel plough. I give her six beds and furniture, one large copper kettle and one coffee kettle and six dishes, one dozen of plates of pewter, and a dozen knives and forks of the choice, one years bread, and the full third's of my personal estate after all my debts is paid. Likewise I give my second son John Brewbaker one two years old mare called Jehoseb and one saddle and bridle. Likewise I give my third son Abraham one yearling stud colt called Republican. Likewise I give my fourth son Daniel Brewbaker one yearling mare colt Republican. Likewise I will and bequeath to all my children and equal part of my estate exclusive of the above mentioned gifts. That is to say Samuel, John, Abraham, Daniel, David, Jacob, Catharine, Rebekah Brubaker
    Likewise, I desire that my estate be converted into money and my executors to hold the money in their hands and to pay my children their legacies as they come of age.
    Likewise, I Abraham Brubaker do acknowledge by this testament that I am perfectly willing to give up all my right and title of a deed for land on which Woodstock town now stands except one acre of ground where the dwelling house and stable stands, provided that Susannah Strickler, Catharine, Rhodes, Christen Strickler, Anna Coffman and Mary Lionbarger comes forward and gives an indemnified bond to me, or my executors to clear me of my heirs Admas or assigns from all damages, respecting my father Abraham Brubaker and my own conduct, respecting the town of Woodstock.
    I Abraham Brubaker do choose by beloved wife Mary Brubaker and Daniel Stover to be my executors.
    And I do hereby utterly disallow, revoke and disannul all and every other former will in any other ways before named, willed, bequeathed, relating and confirming this and no other to be my last will and testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this fourteenth day of April in the year of our Lord on thousand eight hundred and five

    Abraham married Mary Stover 1782, Woodstock, Shenandoah County, Virginia. Mary (daughter of Samuel Stover and Barbara Lionberger) was born Abt 1765, Woodstock, Shenandoah County, Virginia. [Group Sheet]


  2. 9.  Mary Stover was born Abt 1765, Woodstock, Shenandoah County, Virginia (daughter of Samuel Stover and Barbara Lionberger).
    Children:
    1. Jacob Brubaker was born Shenandoah Va; died Bef 1807.
    2. Jacob Brubaker was born Shenandoah Va; died Bef 1807.
    3. Samuel Brubaker was born 28 Apr 1784, Woodstock, Shenandoah County, Virginia; died 12 Nov 1841, Millerstown, Chapaign, Ohio; was buried Spring Grove Cemetery, Johnson Twp, Champaing Ohio.
    4. John Brubaker was born 1786, Woodstock, Shenandoah County, Virginia; died Aft 1810.
    5. Abraham Brubaker was born 1788, Woodstock, Shenandoah County, Virginia; died 1850, St. Joseph, Missouri.
    6. 4. Daniel Brubaker was born 8 Jul 1791, Woodstock, Shenandoah County, Virginia; died 24 Jun 1868, Lawrence Co., Ohio; was buried Brubaker Cemetery, Fayette Township, Ohio.
    7. David Brubaker was born 1793, Woodstock, Shenandoah County, Virginia; died 19 Jul 1860, Lawrence County, Ohio.
    8. Catherine Brubaker was born 16 May 1798, Woodstock, Shenandoah County, Virginia; died 3 Jul 1882; was buried Kouns Family Cemetery Perry Twp.-moved to IrontonWoodland Cemetery in July 1966.
    9. Rebecca Brubaker was born 4 Jan 1803, Woodstock, Shenandoah County, Virginia; died 25 May 1877, Lawrence Ohio.

  3. 10.  Nathaniel Davidson was born 16 Jan 1782, Clarksburg, Harrison, West Virginia (son of Amaziah Davidson and Margaret Burns); died 5 Feb 1863, Scioto County, Ohio.

    Notes:

    Nathaniel settled on the land that originally was cleared by Baccus, Baccus had lived there for several years, he had farmed some, hunted some, but was not content, so he moved on down below Pine Creek. Nathaniel was a farmer so this land was perfect for him, he took possession as land owner, and paid considerable attention to an apple orchard, setting the trees on exact row, and trimming them so as to make them sightly, and of even balance. He hunted for a pass-time and was one of the best of marksmen with the rifle; kept a blacksmith shop, with a few blacksmith tools for his own convenience; for sometime acted in the capacity of Associate Judge of the court; was a good neighbor; lost his eyesight; became a member of the Baptist Church, and died a Christian in his 80th year. Nathaniel is buried in Aid Cemetery, Aid, Lawrance, Ohio along with his wife, Elizabeth.

    After the death of George Stewart, Sarah Stewart came to live with Nathaniel. While Jeremiah Stewart lived with John Kelly; and Martha Stewart was raised my Joseph Powell. (Taken from OLD TIMES, Gilruth on Early Settlers in Lawrence County from the IRONTON REGISTER)

    Nathaniel married Elizabeth Kelley 5 Oct 1802, Scioto County, Ohio. Elizabeth (daughter of Luke Kelley and Mary Keyser) was born 11 Mar 1784, Shennandoah County, Virginia; died 20 Sep 1848, Scioto County, Ohio. [Group Sheet]


  4. 11.  Elizabeth Kelley was born 11 Mar 1784, Shennandoah County, Virginia (daughter of Luke Kelley and Mary Keyser); died 20 Sep 1848, Scioto County, Ohio.
    Children:
    1. John Davidson/Davisson was born 9 Sept. 1778, Maryland; died 3 Feb. 1831, Lawrence Co., OH.
    2. 5. Magaret D. Davidson was born 27 Sep 1803, Clarksburg, Harrison, West Virginia; died 31 Aug 1850, Lawrence Co., Ohio; was buried Brubaker Cemetery, Fayette Township, Ohio.
    3. Joseph Elsworth Davidson was born 5 Sep 1805, Clarksburg, Harrison, West Virginia; died 20 Mar 1839, Hanging Rock, Ohio.
    4. Mary Davidson was born Abt 1808, Clarksburg, Harrison Wv.
    5. Andrew Davidson was born Abt 1811, Scioto Co., Ohio; died 14 Jun 1888.
    6. Henrietta Kitty Davidson was born 13 Mar 1814, Haverhill Lawrence, Ohio; died 15 Oct 1890, Haverhill Lawrence, Ohio.
    7. Thomas Davidson was born 25 Dec 1815, Ohio; died 29 May 1884, Hangman Ma.
    8. Rueben Davidson was born 30 Jun 1819, Aid, Lawrence Co., Ohio.
    9. Rufus Davidson was born Abt 1821, Ohio.
    10. Elizabeth Ann Davidson was born Abt 1823, Ohio.