The Descendants of William Means
of Christian Co, KY
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"How many descendants would a person have today - who was present at the founding of our country?" This was the question that got me interested in gathering all the descendants of William Means of Christian Co, KY. When I was able to trace our Means line back to this William, and I found out he had served in the Revolutionary War, I began looking for an answer.

This William is definately living in Christian County, Kentucky in 1798 and shows up in the county records. "At a County Court held for Christian County, Tuesday the 17th of July 1798 , William Means Sr. Is appointed to act as appraiser for the estate of James Cravens." (County Court order Book 'A' for Christian County Kentucky 1797-1805; Christian Co. Genealogical Society, 1985 p. 15).

This Kentucky county had only been organized the previous year,and the first records are only from March 1797. These early court minutes... more


PLUS.. I have also included all my ancestry, that is, Mom's and Gradma's ancestors, and then again following some of the descendants back to us. So this site is also the site of...

The Descendants of


Now including all genealogical information from
GENEALOGICAL SKETCHES OF THE REYNOLDS, FEWELLS, WALLS AND KINDRED FAMILIES
by John Fewell Reynolds
Wentworth N.C., 1923

In this little book he traces the family lines of

It contains a wealth of genealogical information, and anyone researching these early American pioneers will find this information an invaluable resource. Unfortunately...more


Plus... while researching in Henry County, Missouri, where Henry H. Means settled, I found many related families. So I have also included any of the information I came across on these extended family lines, even if not directly related to me

...Including George Washington!!

(Our first president's great nephew settled in Henry Co., Mo!)


Plus... having access to the Baptismal Records of the Catholic Church 1849 - 1920 of Morrison, in Gasconade County, Missouri. I found that almost all of the familes were somehow related. So that information on these extended families is also included on this site. If you are looking for someone from Morrison, and don't find them, let me know and I'll check my records.


If you have any questions or comments about the information on this site, please contact me. I look forward to hearing from you.

PLEASE NOTE: I will be on sabbatical from April 20 thruough July 10, 2014! Follow my blog at: www:frdavecamino dot blogspot dot com! So I will not be responding to genealogy e-mails until after the middle of July.

Rev. David Means

B.F. Means family

Ben Franklin MEANS and Mary Ann COLEMAN with children



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