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Jan. 27, 1870. Has children.

Fielding Riddle 5 (1), eldest son of Thomas 4 (1), was born in Davie
County, N. C, Feb. 3, 1854 ; and was killed instantly by being thrown from
a horse against a tree, Sept. 1, 1872.

Leander Riddle 5 (1), second son of Thomas 4 (1), was born in Davie
County, N. C, Jan. 5, 1857, and died Feb. 10, 1857.

Louisa Riddle 5 (1), second daughter of Thomas 4 (1), was born in Davie
County, N. C, June 9, 1858; was married to Thomas Smith, Dec. 24, 1874.



374 BID DELLS OF ORANGE COUNTY, VIRGINJA.



Anna Riddle 5 (3), third daughter of Thomas 4 (1), was born in Davie
County, N. C, June 30, 1863, and died March 2, 1864.

Catherine Riddle 5 (2), fourth daughter of Thomas 4 (1), was born in
Davie County, N. C, Oct. 22, 1865.

Ashbliry Riddle 5 (1), third son of Thomas 4 (1), was born in Davie
County, N. C, Nov. 8, 1867.

John Riddle 5 (6), fourth son of Thomas 4 (1), was born in Davie Coun-
ty, N. C, July 12, 1870.

* James Riddle 5 (3), fifth son of Thomas 4 (1), was born in Davie Coun-
ty, N. C, Dec. 9, 1872, and died Nov. 15, 1873.

Martha Riddle 5 (1), fifth daughter of Thomas 4 (1), was born in Davie
County, N. C, May 22, 1874, and died Sept. 25, 1874.

Em'elilie Riddle 5 (4), sixth daughter of Thomas 4 (1), was born in
Davie County, N. C, Sept. 9, 1875.

Ada Riddle 5 (1), seventh daughter of Thomas 4 (1), was born in Davie
County, N. C, Dec. 19, 1878.

William-Asbury Riddle 5 (7), eldest son of John 4 (3).
Elisha-Monroe Riddle 5 (1), second son of John 4 (3).
Americo Riddle 5 (1), eldest daughter of John 4 (3).
Martha Riddle 5 (2), second daughter of John 4 (3).



RIDDELLS OF ORANGE COUNTY, VIRGINIA.

[Scottish Branch.]

James Riddell 1 (1), said to have been born in Scotland, came to Vir-
ginia at an early day, and settled in Orange County, where he became a

wealthy planter and slave-owner. His wife's name was Mary , and

probably came from Scotland with her husband. The names of children
of this ancestor are not certainly known, and only one of his descendants
could tell his name and that of his wife. His birth must have been as
early as 1700 or 1705; died on his farm in Orange County in old age.

SECOND GENERATION.

Williiim Riddell 2 (1), evidently a son of James 1 (1), was born in Orange
County, Va., about 1725, and made his will in 1776. His wife's name was

Joyce . He mentions only seven children in his will, which see below.

It is a little singular that his son's wife should be of the same Christian
name. Probably brothers of this man became the heads of other Virgin-
ian families whose records are in this book.

Will of William Riddell.

"In the name of God, Amen: I, William Riddel, of Orange County, being of
sound sense and perfect memory, thanks be to God, do make this my last will and
testament, utterly revoking all other wills by me made — Imprimis. I give and be-
queath my soul to Almighty God and my body to the earth to be interred at the dis-
cretion of my ex'ors hereafter named.

" Rem. I give to my son, James Riddel, one third part of two hundred and fifty
acres of land, where I now live, at my wife's decease, to him and his heirs forever.

" Item. I give to my son, Lewis Riddel, one third part of two hundred and fifty
acres of land, said tract, at my wife's decease, to him and his heirs forever.



RIDDELLS OF ORANGE COUNTY, VIRGINIA. 375

"Item. I give to my son, William Riddel, the other third part of my said land,
after ray wife's decease, if he is living, otherwise his part to return to my other
sons, James and Lewis Riddel, to them and their heirs forever. Also, I give to my
son, James Riddel, one negro cald Sampson, which he has now in possession, not
to be appraised in my estate, with his paying of fifteen pounds to the estate, at the
first sale of said estate. Also, I give to my son, Lewis Riddel, one negro girl cald
Callamy, which he has now in possession, not to be appraised in ye sd estate, with
his paying fifteen pounds at the time above mentioned.

"Item. I give to my daughter, Joyce Powell, one negro boy cald Joshua, with
her paying fifteen pounds to the estate, at the time above mentioned, to her and her
heirs forever, not to be appraised in my estate.

" Item. I give to my daughter, Janet Sheppard, one negro girl cald Fillis, which
she has in her possession, to her and her heirs forever, not to be appraised in my
estate, with her paying five pounds to the estate at the time above mentioned.

" Item. I give to my daughter, Winneyfrit Coursey, one negro wench cald Daf-
ney, which she must pay sixty-five pounds to the estate at the above mentioned
time, or have no more of the estate forever.

"Item. I give to my daughter, Sally Powell, one negro wench cald Cattenor,
which she has now in possession, to her and her heirs forever, with her paying six-
ty-five pounds to the estate at the time above mentioned, not to be appraised in my
estate.

"Item. I lend to my beloved wife, Joyce Riddel, three negroes, Peter, George,
and Dol, during her natural life, or widowhood, and then return to the estate.

"Item. I give to my granddaughter, Joyce Riddel, daughter of Sally Powell,
one negro boy cald Ben : to be in her possession at the age of eighteen years old,
or marriage, and if he should die before, I give her seventy pounds to be raised out
of my estate in lieu of the boy ; also, one feather bed and furniture, worth nine
pounds, and to live with her grandmother, and at her decease, under the care of
Lewis Riddel, while of age or marries. My farther will is that at my decease, all
the rest of my estate, be it of what kind or quality soever, be sold to the highest
bidder, giving twelve months Or., and all the money arising from the said estate,
to be equally divided between my seven children, viz. : Winneyfrit, Janet, James,
Joyce, William, Saley, and Lewis Riddell.

"Item. I constitute my beloved wife, Joyce Riddel, and my son, James Riddel,
and ray son, Lewis Riddel, ex'ors of this ray last will and testament. As witness
my hand and seal, this 22nd day of December, one thousand seven hundred and sev-
enty-six. r ' ,

" WM. RIDDELL. j Seal. X

" Signed, sealed, and delivered in presence of us. v — , — '

" James Beazley.

" Edm. Shakelford.

" John Pemberton. ,

" Philip Ballard."

"At a Court held for Orange County, on Thursday, 27th of Feby: 1777, this last
will and testament of William Riddell deceased, being presented into Court by
James Riddell and Lewis Riddell, two of the executors therein named, and proved
by the oaths of James Beazley, John Pemberton, and Edraond Shakelford, three of
the witnesses thereto, and ordered to be recorded — And on the motion of said
ex'ors, administration is granted the said ex'ors. Whereupon, they, with James
Walker, Benjamin Head, and Thomas Jones, entered into bond for the same, in the
sura of two thousand pounds current money. Test — James Taylor, C. O. C."

THIRD GENERATION.

James Riddell 3 (2), a son of William 2 (1), was born in Orange Coun-
ty, Va., about 1750; married Mary Neal, and had issue ten children, of
whom hereafter. He served in the American army during the Revolu-
tion. Was appointed, in conjunction with his brothers, an executor of
his father's will in September, 1776. He received from the estate a third
part of a lot of land containing two hundred and fifty acres, and a negro
slave named Sampson. He was a farmer in Orange County, Va., and
owned numerous slaves. Died about 1802, aged, — according to a letter



376 BIDDELLS OF OBANGE COUNTY, VIRGINIA.

from his grandson, — about 80. It will be seen that, if the last dates are
correctly given, he was born as early as 1722. I acknowledge great in-
harmony of statement as given by different descendants of this man ; some
were old men with impaired memories, and much written was traditionary.
I hope the present venerable representatives of this family will be able to
disentangle the genealogical skein, and bring order out of chaos.

Lewis Riddell 3 (2), a son of William 2 (1), was born in Orange Coun-
ty, Va., say 1752, and is mentioned in his father's will made in 1776, as
one of his executors. He receives one third section of a tract of land, —
part of his father's homestead, — containing two hundred and fifty acres,
and a negro girl called Callamy. This man probably left descendants, as
the name Lewis prevails in several branches of the Southern family.

William Riddell 3 (2), a son of William' 2 (1), was born in Orange
County, Va., July 16, 1764; married Joicy Neal, a lady of Irish descent
(she was born Nov. 11, 1776), Dec. 27, 1783, and had issue thirteen chil-
dren, of whom hereafter. He settled in Boone County, Ky., about 1812,
and became a wealthy farmer. He died Sept. 7, 1816, and his widow May
23, 1836. He is mentioned in his father's will in 1776 as a son, and had
bequeathed to him a third part of the two hundred and fifty acres of the
homestead farm, to be possessed after his mother's decease, "if he is liv-
ing," otherwise his part to return to his brothers, James and Lewis. I
think William must have settled in Kentucky at an earlier date than 1812.
His father gave each of the other sons and daughters a negro slave, but
none to William.

Winiieyfrit Riddell 3 (1), a daughter of William 2 (1), was born in
Orange County, Va., and became the wife of a Mr. Coursey. Her father
mentions her as married, in his will in 1776, and gives her a "negro wench
cald Dafney, Aalued at sixty-five pounds." The name of this woman in
her father's will is twice spelt as above, but is elsewhere spelled "Win-
nefred."

Salley Riddell 3 (1), a daughter of William 2 (1), was born in Orange
County, Va., was married to a Mr. Powell, and had a daughter, Joyce-
Riddell Powell, at the time of her father's death. This daughter was
presented by will Avith a "negro wench cald Cattenor, which she has now
(1776) in possession," valued at sixty-five pounds, and her daughter Joyce
with " a negro boy cald Ben," to be in her possession when she should be
eighteen years of age; or if the boy should die before that time, she should
have "seventy pounds in lieu of the boy." This granddaughter of Wil-
liam Riddell also received from his estate, by will, " one feather bed and
furniture worth nine pounds." She was to live with her grandmother, for
whom she was named, and if the grandmother deceased, to be under the
care of her uncle, Lewis Riddell, until of age or married.

Joyce Riddell 3 (1), a daughter of William 2 (1), was born in Orange
County, Va., and became the wife of a Mr. Powell (probably a brother of
her sister's husband, before mentioned), and received by will from her
father, in 1776, "one negro boy, called Joshua," valued at fifteen pounds.

Janet Riddell 3 (1), a daughter of William 2 (1), was born in Orange

County, Va., and was married to Sheppard. Her father gave her

" one negro girl, cald Fillis," valued at five pounds.

FOURTH GENERATION.

Fieldillg Riddell 4 (l), a son °f James 3 (2), was born in Orange County,
Va. ; married Mildred Waits, in his native State, and resided near the



BIDDELLS OF OBANGE COUNTY, VIRGINIA. 377

place of his birth for several years. He emigrated to Ohio, and carried
on farming; had issue five children, of whom hereafter. Mr. Ridded died
in Ohio, — near Gallipolis, Gallia County, — but his widow and some of
the family returned to Virginia, where some of them now reside.

James Riddell 4 (3), a son of James 3 (2), was born in Orange County,

Va. ; married Roads, arid had issue two children, — perhaps more, —

and died on a farm in his native County. I have no other information.
For some reason unknown to me, the members of this family have not
assisted me in my researches, and must not blame me because their gene-
alogy is incomplete.

William Riddell 4 (3), a son of James 3 (2), was born in Orange County,
Va., and died in Kentucky. Presumably had a family and left descend-
ants.

Valentine Riddell 4 (1), a son of James 3 (2), was born in Orange
County, Va. ; married Elizabeth Goodall, and lived on a farm in his native
County. He had issue a numerous family, some of whom now reside in
Greene County, Va. He has deceased. I have not been able to get the
full genealogy of this family.

Tavener Riddell 4 (1), a son of James 3 (2), was born in Orange County,
Va. ; married Mary Goodall, and moved to Tennessee, where his relatives
suppose he died. I have not found his descendants. Did he not die in
Kentucky?

John Riddell 4 (1), a son of James 3 (2), was born in Orange County,
Va. ; married Elizabeth Seal (?), and lived in Greene County, in his native
State. He was a farmer; had a numerous family, and died many years
ago. Some of his children are now living in Greene County, but I can-
not prevail upon them to furnish records.

Mary Riddell 4 (1), a daughter of James 3 (2), was born in Orange
County, Va.

Winnie Riddell 4 (2), a daughter of James 3 (2), was born in Orange
County, Va.

Lucy Riddell 4 (1), a daughter of James 3 (2), was born in Orange
County, Va.

Frances Riddell 4 (1), a daughter of James 3 (2), was born in Orange
County, Va.

Charles Riddell 4 (1), eldest son of William 8 (2), was born in Orange
County, Va., May 15, 1784; died June 4, 1785.

Cornelius Riddell 4 (1), second son of William 3 (2), was born in Orange.
County, Va., March 20, 1786 ; died same day.

Lewis Riddell 4 (2), third son of William 3 (2), was born in Orange

County, Va., July 11, 1787 ; married Mildred , and had issue several

children, of whom hereafter. He was a man of good education, for his
day ; was judge of the Boone County Court, and was several times elected
to the Kentucky Legislature, and was a very popular man. He died Jan.
8, 1824 (another record has it 1828) ; his wife, Mildred, died on Friday,
June 19, 1818, — both of Burlington, Ky. One account says, " He married
three times, and had a family of four children" ; but this does not agree
with others, and I accept the most reliable authority.

James Riddell 4 (4), fourth son of William 8 (2), was born in Orange
County, Va., Aug. 27, 1790, and after having served as a soldier in the
war of 1812, married Sallie M. Craig, of Grant County, Ky. (she was born
Feb. 18, 1798), Feb. 1, 1814, and died May 24, 1826. His widow died



378 RIDDELLS OF OBANGE COUNTY, VIRGINIA.

Sept. 24, 1826. These had issue three sons, of whom hereafter. It is pre-
sumed that this family lived in Kentucky.

Lucy Riddell 4 (2), eldest daughter of William 8 (2), was born in Orange
County, Va., Nov. 18, 1792; was married to Simeon Christy, of Boone
County, Ky., and died May 11, 1822, leaving two children, in Missouri.

William Riddell 4 (4), fifth son of William 3 (2), was born in Orange
County, Va., June 8, 1796, and died unmarried, June 19, 1818.

Neal Riddell 4 (1), sixth son of William 8 (2), was born in Orange
County, Va., May 28, 1798; married, firstly, Miss Perceval; secondly, Mil-
dred Sandy, of Hamilton County, O., Sept. 11, 1882; thirdly, a sister of his
second wife, and fourthly, to a Miss Good ridge. He had issue eight chil-
dren, of whom hereafter. He resided somewhere in Kentucky.

Valentine Riddell 4 (2), seventh son of William 3 (2), was born in
Orange County, Va., May 3, 1800; married Dec. 25, 1818, to Elizabeth
Garnett, by whom he had issue three daughters, of whom hereafter. He
married secondly, March 10, 1830, to Sallie Fowler, by whom he had two
daughters, of whom hereafter. He resided in Boone County, Ky. Was
a farmer; died Jan. 11, 1834; his second wife died March 8, 1853.

Sally Riddell 4 (2), second daughter of William 3 (2), was born in
Orange County, Va., April 28, 1802 ; was married to Wesley Mitchell, and
died June 24, 1823.

John Riddell 4 (2), eighth son of William 8 (2), was born in Orange
County, Va., May 17, 1804; married Florenda McKay, Oct. 23, 1825; had
issue ten children, and died Feb. 11, 1865. His widow died Jan. 19, 1873.
Mr. Riddell was a farmer in Kentucky.

Fountain Riddell 4 (1), ninth son of William 3 (2), was born in Orange
County, Va., May 9, 1806. (There is a discrepancy between statements
furnished by different members of this family; some state that the subject
of this notice was born in Kentucky, while others state that he went to
Kentucky with his father at the age of seven years.) He married when
twenty-one years old to Eliza-Ann, daughter of William and Mary (Wal-
ler) Herndon, of Kenton County, Ky. Mr. Riddell lived a while in Ken-
ton County, but at length purchased a tract of land of Thomas Stephens
in the woods near Walton, on the Lexington and Covington turnpike,
about eighteen miles from the city of Covington. He cleared a farm, add-
ing tract after tract until his plantation consisted of about eight hundred
acres of improved land. He kept a large stock and farmed successfully
till 1870, when his wife died and he sold his personal property and divided
his land among his children; since that time he has spent his days with
his children at Chariton, Mo. He died at the house of Charles E. Allen,
his son-in-law, July 16, 1875, aged 68 years. His wife (she was born
May 2, 1810) died March 3, 1870. Both were members of the Cbrist'ian
Church ; they had issue eleven children, of whom hereafter.

Elizabeth Riddell 4 (1), third daughter of William 3 (2), was born in
Orange County, Va., April 1, 1808, and died in Kentucky, unmarried.

Madison Riddell 4 (1), tenth son of William 3 (2), was born in Orange
County, Va., April 9, 1811 ; married July 4, 1832, to Francis G. Fowler,
and had issue seven children, of whom hereafter. He died April 4, 1849.

FIFTH GENERATION.

James Riddle 6 (5), a son of Fielding 4 (1), was born in Orange Coun-
ty, Va. ; married at Muddy Creek, to Routha-Ellen Gilmore, in Rocking-
ham County, between 1820 and 1830, and had issue eleven children, of



RIDDELL S OF ORANGE COUNTY, VIRGINIA. 379

whom hereafter; was living at Minear, Tazewell County, 111., in 1876, but
deceased previous to 1877, leaving a widow. He was in Augusta County,
Va., in 1873, aged 77, but soon after removed to Hopedale, 111. He was
a soldier in the company of Capt. R. Malbury, from Aug. 6 to Dec. 17,
1814, in the Virginia Militia.

Tavner Riddell 5 (2), a son of Fielding 4 (1), was born in Orange Couu-
ty, Va. ; married Sarah Powell, and resides in Augusta County. He fol-
lows farming for a living. Has issue several children, of whom hereafter.
He is now an old man with an impaired memory, and cannot provide full
statistics of his family.

Charles Riddell 5 (2), a son of Fielding 4 (1), was born in Orange
County, Va. ; moved to Ohio with his parents when young; married Cres-
sie Simmons, and returned to Virginia, where he settled as a farmer. I
have no account of his family. He is presumed to be dead.

Thompson Riddell 5 (1), a son of Fielding 4 (1), was born in Orange
County, Va.; married Mary Powell, and lived in his native shire as a far-
mer. He is still living, an old man, and has had a numerous family. I
have made a great effort to procure full particulars, but cannot prevail up-
on the family to assist me.

Elizabeth Riddell 5 (2), only daughter of Fielding 4 (1), was born in
Orange County, Va., and died single, aged 18 years.



Melicent Riddell 5 (1), daughter of Lewis 4 (2) and his wife Mildred,
was born Aug. 7, 1810, in Boone County, Ky. ; was married May 25, 1826,
to John Pratt, by the Rev. C. Wilson, in Burlington, Ky. She died Sept.
24, 1841, and Mr. Pratt married, secondly, his first wife's cousin.

Joiey-Anil Riddell 5 (2), daughter of Lewis 4 (2) and his wife Mildred,
was born in Boone Countv, Ky. ; was married to a Mr. Stephens, and
died June 4, 1832.

Lafayette Riddell 5 (1), a son of Lewis 4 (2) and his wife Mildred, was
born in Burlington, Boone County, Ky., Nov. 22, 1824 ; died Sabbath
morning, June 19, 1842.

Madaline Riddell 5 (1), a daughter of Lewis 4 (2), was born in Boone
County, Ky. ; was married to R. J. Latimer, and died leaving two sons.
Mr. Latimer is also dead.

Lewis Riddell 5 (3), a son of Lewis 4 (2), was born in Boone County,
Ky., and died young, unmarried.

Charles Riddell 5 (3), a son of Lewis 4 (2), was born in Boone County,
Ky., and died young, unmarried.

Mary Riddell 5 (2), a daughter of Lewis 4 (2), was born in Boone Coun-
ty, Ky. ; some time dead. No particulars. I do not know that these chil-
dren of Lewis Riddell 6tand in rotation according to their ages.



Cyrus Riddell 5 (1), eldest son of James 4 (4), was born in Boone Coun-
ty, Ky. ; married three times, and had issue four children, of whom here-
after. He is now the judge of Boone County Court.

MarcellllS Riddell 5 (1), second son of James 4 (4), was born at Bur-
lington, Boone County, Ky., Dec. 8, 1819; married at Petersburgh, Ky.,
March 18, 1845, to Martha-Catherine, daughter of William Snyder (she
was born near Charlottesville, Albemarle County, Va., March 6, 1828), and
had issue two children, of whom hereafter. Mr. Riddell died at Peters-
burgh, Ky., Sept. 17, 1853.



380 BIDDELLS OF ORANGE COUNTY, VIBUINIA.

James-A. Riddell 5 (6), third 6on of James 4 (4), was born at Burling-
ton, Boone County, Ky., April 10, 1822 ; married Nov. 21, 1844, to Eliza
A., daughter of W. W. Eldridge, and died April 10, 1864, having had is-
sue eleven children, of whom hereafter (several died in infancy), and "left
an untarnished name as the principal heritage of his children."



James-M. Riddell 5 (7), a son of Neal 4 (1), was born in the State of
Missouri (?) ; married Elizabeth, daughter of Jael White, of Burlington,
Ky., Dec. 14, 1847, and had issue Jive children, of whom hereafter. He
was a saddler by trade.

William Riddell 5 (5), a son of Neal 4 (1), was born in the State of
Missouri (?) (County unknown), Dec. 27, 1825 ; married firstly, to Aman-
da R. Norris, at Petersburgh, Boone County, Ky., June 21, 1849 ; she died
June 30, 1851, and Mr. Riddell married, secondly, Oct. 25, 1853, to Fide-
lia Emiley, at Petersburgh, Ky. He had issue nine children (one only by
first wife), of whom hereafter. Mr. Riddell's mother died when he was
only a few days old, and his father moved back to Kentucky when he was
three weeks old. He was many years engaged in the dry-goods business
in Boone and Mason Counties, Ky. In 1863 he made an engagement with
the firm of Chambers, Stearns & Co., of Aurora, Ind., and moved his
family to that place ; he remained in the employ of this firm eleven years,
and his health having so far failed as to unfit him for business, he moved
to Cincinnati, O., where he died Jan. 17, 1875, of consumption, in the
fiftieth year of his age.

John Riddell 5 (3), a son of Neal 4 (1) by his second wife, was born in
Boone County, Ky. ; married, and had issue four children, of whom here-
after. He is resident at Falmouth, Ky.

George Riddell 5 (1), a son of Neal 4 (1), was born in Boone County,
Ky. ; married, and had issue one son. He was a very excellent man.

Catherine Riddell 5 (1), a daughter of Neal 4 (1), was born in Boone
County, Ky., and was married to a Mr. Terrell, of Petersburgh, Ky.

Elizabeth Riddell 5 (3), a daughter of Neal 4 (1), was born in Boone
County, Ky., and married Sanford G. Givan.

Pamelia Riddell 5 (1), a daughter of Neal 4 (1), was born in Boone
County, Ky. ; deceased.

Lewis Riddell 5 (4), a son of Neal 4 (1), was born in Boone County,
Ky., and died young, unmarried.



Malvina-P. Riddell 5 (1), eldest daughter of Valentine 4 (2), was born
Dec. 7, 1820; was married in May, 1837, to William W. Wilkie, a tailor;
residence, Union, Boone County, Ky.

Elizabeth Riddell 5 (4), second daughter of Valentine 4 (2), "was bora
in Boone County, Ky., Oct. 13, 1823; was married to Holton Ellis, Feb.
22, 1846; he is a farmer.

Harriett- Ann Riddell 5 (1), third daughter of Valentine 4 (2), was bofn
in Boone County, Ky., Oct. 15, 1825; was married to Lucian B. Stevens
(he was born in Kenton County, Ky., Sept. 5, 1819), April 26, 1849. A
farmer.

Sarah-Frances Riddell 5 (1), fourth daughter of Valentine 4 (2), was
born in Boone County, Ky., Jan. 19, 1831; was married May 10, 1861, to
Benjamin Clark. She is now the wife of F. Bruce Sanders, of Union,
Boone County, Ky.



RIDDELLS OF ORANGE COUNTY, VIRGINIA. 381

Augustine Riddell 5 (1), youngest daughter of Valentine 4 (2), was
born in Boone County, Ky., Aug. 10, 1833; was married Feb. 22, 1853, to
Jacob F. Scott, a farmer.

Lewis Ridllell 5 (5), eldest son of John 4 (2), was born in Boone Coun-
ty, Ky., April 15, 1827, and died the same year.

Joseph Riddell 5 (1), second son of John 4 (2), was born in Boone
County, Ky., Nov. 23, 1829; married Eliza Marshall, and has issue, of
whom hereafter. He is a farmer by vocation.

Harriet-Ann Riddell 5 (2), eldest daughter of John 4 (2), was born in



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