A history of the Yoakum, Yocom, Yocum, Families. H. C. Smith, M



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14 Oct 1818: deed from John and Frances Yoakum and Jacob and Margaret Yoakum to Abel Seymour, of Hardy County, West Virginia, two undivided tracts of land on ?Sconies Creek, which descended to said Frances and Margaret by death of Alexander Randall, of said county containing 402 acres, being part of land conveyed by Able Randall to _______ Randall by deed 7 Oct 1790. Hardy County, West Virginia, Deed Bk 8 p102, 113.

ca 1819: son John born.

ca 1821: daughter Elizabeth born.

ca 1823: son Abel R. born.

no date: daughter ?Mary born.

no date: daughter Anna born.

no date: son Henry born.

no date: son Robert born.

15 Dec 1823: paid William and Christiana Seymour $800 for 151 acres of land on Darby Creek, Darby Township, Pickaway County, Ohio.

1840: census Pickaway County, Ohio, p247.

21 Apr 1874: wrote will.

8 Jan 1879: died Pickaway County, Ohio.

Will Book 5 p271: Jacob left all his property to the heirs of his son John Yoakum, deceased, to his daughter Elizabeth Davis and to his son Abel R. Yoakum.

Abel R. Yoakum; Mary Yoakum; Robert Yoakum; Henry Yoakum


John Yoakum (son of Jacob and Margaret (Randall) Yoakum)

ca 1819: born (possibly born 1812).

1840: married Pickaway County, Ohio, Elizabeth Redman.

1841: son George born.

1843: daughter Manerva born.

1846: daughter Elean born.

1849: son Horney born.

before 1874: died.

George Yoakum; Manerva Yoakum; Elean Yoakum; Horney Yoakum
Elizabeth Yoakum (daughter of Jacob and Margaret (Randall) Yoakum)

ca 1821: born.

no date: married Pickaway County, Ohio, _______ Davis.
Anna Yoakum (daughter of Jacob and Margaret (Randall) Yoakum)

9 Mar 1855: married Pickaway County, Ohio, Robert Parkinson.


Solomon Yoakum (son of Michael and Drusilla (Stump) Yoakum)

1792: born Beverly, Randolph County, West Virginia.

1815: Michael Yoakam and wife Drusilla of Knox County, Ohio, deed to Solomon Yoakum for $33 a tract of land which was sold to Michael Yoakam in 1815, about 200 acres (Knox County, Ohio, Deed Bk Q).

30 May 1816: married Ruth Carter.

15 Aug 1856: died.

no date: Index to Minute Books-Hardy County, West Virginia: John Craigin vs. Solomon Yoakum, p405.

According to the igi a Solomon Yoakum married 2 Nov 1831, Randolph County, West Virginia, to Prudence Vanskoy.
Absalom Yoakum (son of Michael and Drusilla (Stump) Yoakum)

1794: born Beverly, Randolph County, West Virginia.

no date: married Rachel _______.

22 June 1824: Absalom Yoakam and his wife Rachel sell to Joseph Higgins for $175 certain lands in the 3d Quarter, Sixth Township, Range 14 in Liberty Township, Knox County, Ohio. Witnessed by John and Rachel Yoakam (Knox County, Ohio, Deed Bk E p678).

1830: census Knox County, Ohio: 2 sons age 0-5 (1825-1830); 1 son age 5-10 (1820-1825); 1 son age 10-15 (1815-1820); 1 daughter age 10-15 (1815-1820).

Lived Liberty Township, Knox County, Ohio.


George Yoakum (son of Michael and Drusilla (Stump) Yoakum)

27 Apr 1796: born Beverly, Randolph County, West Virginia.

7 Sept 1819: married Knox County, Ohio, Sarah Wilson.

5 July 1864: died.


Ruth Yoakum (daughter of Michael and Drusilla (Stump) Yoakum)

8 Aug 1797: born Beverly, Randolph County, West Virginia.

23 May 1816: married John Shinaberry.

no date: divorced.

July 1849: m/2 Silvester Kyle.

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John Yoakum (son of Michael and Drusilla (Stump) Yoakum)

18 Oct 1801: born Beverly, Randolph County, Virginia.

no date: married Ruth Powell, daughter of Abel and Dorothy Powell.

no date: son Alexander R. born.

no date: son born.

2 Mar 1819: m/2 Hardy County, West Virginia, Frances Randall (1794 Virginia-_______).

no date: son Jesse born.

no date: daughter Anna born.

no date: daughter Dorothy born.

before 1828: moved to Pickaway County, Ohio.

ca 1828: son John W. born.

28 Apr 1828: “Abel Powell and his wife Dorothy of Pickaway County deed to John Yoakum of the same county, for $550 96 acres of land in the same county.” (Pickaway County, Ohio, Deek Bk H p199).

1830: daughter Susannah born.

1835: daughter Mary born.

25 July 1838: William Martin, et al. deed to John Youcam for $800 a tract of land on Dry Run, 300 acres.

1839: son Benjamin Franklin (Thraw) born.

1850: census Pickaway County, Ohio; John, born 1787, Virginia; Frances Randall, born 1794, Virginia; Susan, born 1830, Ohio; Mary, born 1835, Ohio; Benjamin F., born 1839, Ohio; Ann Randall, 1765, born Virginia.

15 Oct 1870: will written.

31 July 1886: died Pickaway County, Ohio.
Pickaway County, Ohio, Will Bk 5 p32:

John Yoakum, Senior of Pickaway County wills his estate to (1) my beloved son Alexander R. Yoakum, five dollars...(2) to my beloved granddaughter Frances Seymour Yoakum, Mary Yoakum and Alexander Yoakum one share of my estate...(3) to my sons Jesse Yoakum, John W. Yoakum, Benjamin F. L. (T.) Yoakum and to my daughters Anna Rush, Dorothy Douglas, Susannah Adkins and Mary Hill all the rest and residue of my estate. Signed by John Yoakum, Sr.


Alexander R. Yoakum (son of John and Ruth (Powell) Yoakum)

27 Nov 1839: married Pickaway County, Ohio, to Phoebe Hancock.

Possible children: Francis Mellison Yoakum; Seymour Yoakum; Mary Yoakum; Alexander Yoakum.
Son Yoakum (son of John and Ruth (Powell) Yoakum)

no date: married _______ Seymour.

no date: daughter Frances Seymour born.
Jesse Yoakum (son of John and Frances (Randall) Yoakum)

no date: born Pickaway County, Ohio.

24 Jan 1861: married Champaign County, Ohio, to Alice McCoy.

no date: son born (mentioned in a letter from his nephew Jesse to Mrs. Waller).

no date: died Decatur, Macon County, Illinois.

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John W. Yoakum (son of John and Frances (Randall) Yoakum)

1825: born Pickaway County, Ohio.

1849: married Sarah Ann McElwain (Mackilwain), daughter of Charles Studer and _______ (Yellier) McElwain.

23 June 1862: son Cassius M. born.

before 1874: died.
Cassius M. Yoakum (son of John W. and Sarah (McElwain) Yoakum)

23 June 1862: born Champaign County, Illinois (?).

ca 1884: married Franklin County, Ohio, Lottie Weygandt.

10 Oct 1884: daughter Florence May born.

no date: daughter Jessie born.

27 July 1910: m/2 Franklin County, Ohio, Katie Langlow (2 July 1877-_______).

Of Columbus, Ohio.
Florence May Yoakum (daughter of Cassius M. and Lottie (Weygandt) Yoakum)

10 Oct 1884: born.

24 Nov 1914: married Franklin County, Ohio, Kenneth Lemuel Fulton.
Jessie Yoakum (daughter of Cassius M. and Lottie (Weygandt) Yoakum)

30 Dec 1908: married Franklin County, Ohio, C. H. Landrum.

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Susannah Yoakum (daughter of John and Frances (Randall) Yoakum)

1830: born Ohio.

13 Dec 1854: married Pickaway County, Ohio, William Adkins.

no date: son Adkins born.

no date: son Adkins born.

4 Feb 1880: m/2 Daniel Wood (1811 Kentucky-_______). Washington Court House, Ohio, Dill's History, p969: Daniel Wood married Susan (Yocom) Adkins, widow of William Adkins, third daughter of John and Frances (Randall) Yocom of Pickaway County, Ohio.

1916: died Madison County, Ohio.

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Benjamin Franklin (Thraw) Yoakum (son of John and Frances (Randall) Yoakum)

1839: born Pickaway County, Ohio.

no date: married Pickaway County, Ohio, Sarah Louisa Jane Biggs (14 May 1849-27 Apr 1940 Inglewood, Los Angeles County, California).

ca 1867: son Frank B. born.

1869/70: moved to a farm near Monticello, Piatt County, Illinois.

15 Mar 1871: son Jesse born.

1874: daughter Nellie born.

1879: moved to an Indian reservation near Columbus, Platte County, Nebraska (where the children attended the Government Indian School with about 500 Indian and a few white children).

1885: moved to San Francisco, California (where they rented rooms at one dollar per week and meals at twenty-five cents).

1916: died Decatur, Macon County, Illinois.

Before their deaths, they made a deed of gift to their grandchildren.

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Frank B. Yoakum (son of Benjamin Franklin (Thraw) and Sarah Louisa Jane (Biggs) Yoakum)

ca 1867/68: born Pickaway County, Ohio.

no date: married Ethel Conger.

no date: moved to Omaha, Nebraska, where he became a real estate promoter.

no date: moved to California, where he was in the real estate business for a number of years, promoting Wanda Park in Los Angeles.

no date: son Frank B., Jr. born.

no date: daughter Wanda Conger born.

no date: moved to Pasadena, California, where he lived until his death.

28 Nov 1929: died Pasadena, California.

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Frank B. Yoakum, Jr. (son of Frank B. and Ethel (Conger) Yoakum)

no date: born California.

no date: married Jean Emerson (6 Dec 1905-_______).

22 Apr 1937: son Nicholas “Nick” Conger born.

no date: daughter Joanne born.

no date: daughter Beth born.

no date: son Michael born.

no date: daughter Lynn born.

Frank lived in Altadena, California, and practiced law in Los Angeles, as a member of the law firm of Trippet, Yoakum and Ballantyne.

Nicholas Conger Yoakum; Michael Yoakum; Lynn Yoakum.


Joanne Yoakum (daughter of Frank B., Jr. and Jean (Emerson) Yoakum)

no date: married Robert Miller.


Beth Yoakum (daughter of Frank B., Jr. and Jean (Emerson) Yoakum)

no date: married William Joseph Clemens III.

no date: daughter Julie Jean Clemens born.

no date: son William Joseph Clemens IV born.

no date: son Michael Nicholas Clemens born.

Beth and William lived in San Gabriel, California.

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Wanda Conger Yoakum (daughter of Frank B. and Ethel (Conger) Yoakum)

12 Aug 1921: married John Arthur Dundas.

2 May 1933: son John Arthur Dundas II born Los Angeles, California; married Joanne Stephens.

no date: son Jeffrey Blaine Dundas born.

John was a lawyer and a vice president with the Douglas Aircraft Company. They lived in Redondo Beach, California.

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Jesse Yoakum (son of Benjamin Franklin (Thraw) and Sarah Louisa Jane (Biggs) Yoakum)

23 Mar 1871: born Monticello, Piatt County, Illinois.

1879: moved with his parents to an Indian reservation near Columbus, Nebraska, where he attended the Government Indian School with about 500 Indian children and a few white children.

1885: moved with his parents to San Francisco, California.

no date: moved to Santa Monica, California.

1889: moved to San Luis Obispo, California (he told of working at the large Ramona Hotel and of horse-drawn street cars. He promoted the Yoakum tract of 85 acres adjoining San Luis Obispo).

23 Mar 1892: married Watsonville, California, to Emilie Dasche (23 June 1876-_______).

10 June 1893: daughter Jessie born.

12 Sept 1895: son Emile Benjamin born.

Lived San Luis Obispo, California.


Jessie Yoakum (daughter of Jesse and Emilie (Dasche) Yoakum)

10 June 1893: born.

10 June 1914: married Frank Sweeney.

no date: son Edward Sweeney born.

no date: daughter Evelyn Sweeney born.

no date: daughter Georgiann Sweeney born.

no date: son Thomas “Tom” Sweeney born.

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Emile Benjamin Yoakum (son of Jesse and Emilie (Dasche) Yoakum)

12 Sept 1895: born Santa Monica, California.

no date: married Gladys Mae Carson (1898 Chicago, Cook County, Illinois-_______).

6 Feb 19__: daughter Lorraine born; died 13 June 1920.

no date: son William Emile born.

2 May 1923: son Thomas Dasche born.

no date: son Mahlon Dasche born.

6 Jan 19__: son Emile Benjamin born.

14 Mar 1926: daughter Audree born.

no date: m/2 Pauline _______.

Lived Los Angeles, California.
William Emile Yoakum (son of Emile Benjamin and Gladys Mae (Carson) Yoakum)

no date: born Santa Monica, California.

no date: married Bertha “Birdie” May.

no date: son William “Billie” born.

no date: daughter Bonnie born.

no date: son Robert “Bobby” born.

no date: daughter Yvonne born.

Lived Phoenix, Arizona.

William Yoakum; Bonnie Yoakum; Robert Yoakum; Yvonne Yoakum.
Thomas Dasche Yoakum (son of Emile Benjamin and Gladys Mae (Carson) Yoakum)

2 May 1923: born Flintridge, Los Angeles County, California.

no date: married Jane Neeley.

no date: son Thomas born.

Thomas died in WWII.

Thomas Yoakum


Mahlon Dasche Yoakum (son of Emile Benjamin and Gladys Mae (Carson) Yoakum)

no date: born Flintridge, Los Angeles County, California.

no date: married Nancy Tarkinson.

no date: son Thomas “Tommy” born (had a son Thomas).

no date: daughter Deborah “Debby” born.

no date: daughter Michelle born.

no date: child Storm Rayon born.

Lived Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico.

Thomas Yoakum; Deborah Yoakum; Michelle Yoakum; Storm Rayon Yoakum
Emile Benjamin “Bud” Yoakum (son of Emile Benjamin and Gladys Mae (Carson) Yoakum)

6 Jan 19__: born.

no date: married Jeane _______.

Lived Van Nuys, California.


Audree Yoakum (daughter of Emile Benjamin and Gladys Mae (Carson) Yoakum)

14 Mar 1926: born.

10 June 1949: married George B. McClelland.

27 May 1961: married David B. Wilson.

Lived Pasadena, California.

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Nellie Yoakum (daughter of Benjamin Franklin (Thraw) and Sarah Louisa Jane (Biggs) Yoakum)

1874: born.

no date: married William E. Magee.

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Anna Yoakum (daughter of John and Frances (Randall) Yoakum)

27 Jan 1842: married Pickaway County, Ohio, John Rush.


Dorothy Yoakum (daughter of John and Frances (Randall) Yoakum)

16 Mar 1848: married Pickaway County, Ohio, David H. Douglas.


Mary Yoakum (daughter of John and Frances (Randall) Yoakum)

1835: born Ohio.

no date: married William F. Hill.

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Michael Yoakum (son of Michael and Drusilla (Stump) Yoakum)

1803: born Beverly, Randolph County, West Virginia.

13 Feb 1825: married Sarah Bird. The igi gives the marriage date as 24 Jan 1828, Knox County, Ohio.

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Elizabeth Yoakum (daughter of Jacob and Elizabeth (See) Yoakum)

1760: born Ft. Harness, Moorefield, Hardy County, West Virginia.

no date: married Jonathan Purcell.

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George Washington Yoakum (son of Jacob and Elizabeth (See) Yoakum)

7 May 1763: born Ft. Harness, Moorefield, Hardy County, West Virginia.

1 Mar 1781: volunteered as a private under Capt. Daniel Cleverbaugh and Lieutenant Monroe.

27 May 1786: married Mercer County, Kentucky, to Rebecca Powell (ca 1765-_______) daughter of Joseph and Christian or Christina (_______) Powell. (Joseph was the son of Daniel Powell and Susannah Pitt, daughter of John Pitt, in Hampshire County, West Virginia). The igi lists the marriage date as ca 1774 and 7 May 1786.

no date: moved to the section of Clark County, Kentucky, that later was taken to form Montgomery County, Kentucky.

1787: taxed in Madison County, Kentucky.

17 Dec 1787: son Jacob born.

20 May 1789: 1790 Census, Madison County, Kentucky.

ca 1789: son George W., Jr. born (George D.?).

ca 1789: ?daughter Sarah “Sallie” born Bourbon County, Kentucky. igi

1791: daughter Lucy born.

10 Jan 1793: daughter Amelia or Millie born.

17 June 1794: daughter Nancy born.

1794: taxed in Clark County, Kentucky.

1796: John, Sr., John, Jr., and William Yocom joined George. All were listed in Montgomery County, Kentucky in 1797.

1796: daughter Elizabeth born.

1797: taxed in Montgomery County, Kentucky.

1798: daughter Rebecca born.

17 Feb 1800: son Stephen Powell born.

23 Sept 1800: George Yocum witnessed a deed of Elias and Ann Tolin to John Davis. Montgomery County, Kentucky, Deed Bk 2 p73.

2 Feb 1801: deed from Elias and Anne Tolin to George Yokom, all of Montgomery County, Kentucky, for 93 pounds, 72½A of second rate land. Montgomery County, Kentucky, Deed Bk 2 p65.

6 Feb 1801: deed from James and Elizabeth Tolin to George Yocam, all of Montgomery County, Kentucky, for 12 pounds, 9A, part of a preemption originally granted to Benjamin Ashby, assignee of Elias Tolin. Montgomery County, Kentucky, Deed Bk 2 p76.

27 Nov 1802: George Yocum witnessed a deed of Surrey Huff to Frederick Boudon. Montgomery County, Kentucky, Deed Bk 2 p285.

1803: daughter Susan born.

25 Dec 1804: deed from Elias and Anne Tolin to George Yocum, all of Montgomery County, Kentucky, for 105 pounds, 82¼A. Montgomery County, Kentucky, Deed Bk 3 p201. This deed was repeated, word for word, in Deed Bk 3 on pages 201 and 291.

25 Dec 1804: deed from Elias and Anne Tolin to George Yocum, all of Montgomery County, Kentucky, for 105 pounds, 82¼A. Montgomery County, Kentucky, Deed Bk 3 p291.

25 Dec 1804: deed from George and Rebeckah Yocum to Elias Tolin, all of Montgomery County, Kentucky, for 93 pounds, 72½A. Montgomery County, Kentucky, Deed Bk 3 p293.

20 Mar 1805: deed from George and Rebekah Yocum, of Montgomery County, Kentucky, to Abel Pickerel, of Kentucky, for 140 pounds, personal property. Montgomery County, Kentucky, Deed Bk 3 p374.

21 Mar 1805: deed from George and Rebekah Yocum to Abel Pickerel, all of Montgomery County, Kentucky, for 250 pounds, 82A, part of a preemption originally granted to Benjamin Ashby, assignee of Elias Tolin. Montgomery County, Kentucky, Deed Bk 3 p373.

12 Sept 1805: daughter Sarah “Sally” born Montgomery County, Kentucky. igi

1806: daughter Talitha or Talla born Montgomery County, Kentucky. igi

1808: son Abel born.

1810: daughter Jane born.

6 May 1811: deed from James Fox to George Yocum, both of Montgomery County, Kentucky, for 6 pounds 12 shillings, 2A on the waters of Slate Creek. Montgomery County, Kentucky, Deek Bk 5 p359.

5 Mar 1813: served as a private in Captain Archibald Moore's Company, militia detached.

2 Sept 1813: discharged.

30 Dec 1814: deed from James and Hannah Fox to George Yocum, all of Montgomery County, Kentucky, $51 for land on the waters of Slate Creek. Montgomery County, Kentucky, Deed Bk 7 p76.

2 Jan 1815: deed from Abel and Sarah Pickrel to George Yocum, all of Montgomery County, Kentucky, 105 pounds for 82¼A. Montgomery County, Kentucky, Deed Bk 7 p85.

1815: taxed for one tract of 82 acres and another of 258 acres.

28 Jan 1819: deed from Wilds Brook to George Yocom $1000 for 226A on Slate Creek in Montgomery County, Kentucky. The witnesses were Samuel Darnall (his son-in-law) and Larkin Young. Montgomery County, Kentucky, Deed Bk 9 p62.

26 Feb 1825: deeded 100 acres to his son Stephen for one dollar. Abel Yocom was the witness.

26 Feb 1825: deeded 100 acres to his son Abel for one dollar. Stephen Yocom was the witness.

1 Mar 1825: deed from George, Sr. and Rebecca Yocom to Abel Yocom $300 132A on Slate Creek. Witness: George D. Yocom. Montgomery County, Kentucky, Deed Bk 12 p75.

1 Apr 1825: deeded acreage to George W. Yocom, Jr. for one dollar.

18 Aug 1828: deed from Isaac Trimble to George W. Yocum, both of Montgomery County, Kentucky, $520 for land on the waters of Slate Creek. Montgomery County, Kentucky, Deed Bk 14 p161.

17 Feb 1829: George Yocum bought land at an auction at the Mount Sterling courthouse that belonged to the estate of Isaac Trimble, $32.50 for 101A on the waters of Slate Creek. Montgomery County, Kentucky, Deed Bk 14 p173.

17 Apr 1829: George and Rebecca of Montgomery County, Kentucky, sold land to Paul Hottle of Hardy County, Virginia, for $600; the land was in Hardy County, on Trout Run, a branch of Great Cacopon and adjoining the lands of Jacob Pugh, William Wilson, and John Younge. This was land that had belonged to Rebecca's father, Joseph Powell.

25 June 1838: deed from George W. Yocum to Ezekiel Fluty, all of Montgomery County, Kentucky, $1120 for land on Slate Creek, including the farm and mill. Montgomery County, Kentucky, Deed Bk 18 p293.

4 Dec 1843: applied for a pension (#R-1194); the application was rejected because he was “under age.” In his pension application, George said that he had lived in Montgomery County, Kentucky for 50 years, before which he lived in Hampshire County, Virginia.

1850: Montgomery County, Kentucky, census listed George living with his son Abel.

1850: died.

Sarah Yocum; Talitha or Talla Yocum

George probably remained in the same location, as Clark County was formed from Madison and Fayette Counties and Montgomery County from Clark and Bourbon Counties. In 1799, Francis Yocum was added to the list; in 1800, another William, Jacob and Frank were added and, in 1807, Solomon Yocum was added. George's first purchases were on Summerset Creek and the other on Slate Creek. He owned and operated a saw mill, with which his son, George, was connected later.

In his pension application, George said he marched from Hampshire County, where he joined the company to Tiger's? Valley, one of the branches of what is now called the Monongahala River. After being out 6 or 7 months, the company returned home, but with orders to hold ourselves in readiness to march at a minute's warning. Immediately after his return home, he heard of Cornwallis being besieged at Yorktown. The object of the company's being called out was to guard the frontiers from Indian incursions. There was no other compnay out with them. They went out to guard a fort called West Falls. Part of this time he was at Cassidy's Fort and sometimes out on scouting expeditions. He was quite young and small when he went out. He had decided not to apply for a pension, but was talked into it because he was so poor.

Interview by John D. Shane with George Yocum, Montgomery County, Kentucky, 5pp Kentucky papers 12 CC 147-51:

“George Yocum on the State Road to Montgomery 3½ miles from Jeffersonville, Methodist. Born 3 Dec 1763 `I think mamma said at Harness' fort or close by.' My father was married at Dan River, North Carolina. My grandfather Matthias Yocum, Michael Harness, and George Stump were the first three men that brought wagons down to the South branch. They came by way of Winchester then up the Big Capon, Lost River and to the mountain crossing over the mountains they came to the south fork of the south branch. Grandfather Yocum settled about ½ mile from the mouth of the south fork Michael Harness moved down to the main south branch 4 miles above the fork or where now Moorefield is. Had a station there...five of us came through the wilderness together.” [The rest was concerned with fighting the Indians].

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Jacob Yocom (son of George Washington and Rebecca (Powell) Yocom)

17 Dec 1787: born in a blockhouse at Bryan(t)'s Station, Bourbon County, Kentucky, 5 miles east of Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky, during an Indian uprising. igi

no date: deed from George and Rebecca Yocum to Jacob Yocum, witnessed by Levi Lacy and Stephen Yocum (Deed Bk 11 p194, County?).

15 Nov 1810: married Bourbon County, Kentucky, Mary “Polly” Booth (11 Feb 1791 Bourbon County, Kentucky-23 Dec 1864 Lafayette, Yamhill County, Oregon; buried Pleasant Hill Churchyard, Polk County, Oregon) daughter of Samuel Booth. In the spring of 1851, Mary left for Oregon, accompanied by her son, James P. and her son-in-law, William S. Hussey. They arrived 4 Oct 1851. The igi gives the marriage date also as 12 Nov 1810.

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