Alice Terrell
Gray Abe Terrell Alice Nine Children Circa 1890
Alice Terrell  ‎(I165)‎
Given Names: Alice
Surname: Terrell

Gender: FemaleFemale
      

Birth: 14 February 1851 22 , Shelby, Kentucky
Death: 21 January 1925 ‎(Age 73)‎ , Spencer, Kentucky, USA
Personal Facts and Details
Birth 14 February 1851 22 , Shelby, Kentucky


Show Details Source: 1900 U.S. Census

  Text: 1900 US Census, Kentucky, Spencer County, Mt Eden District #2, Sheet 4B
Dwelling 71, Family 72
Gray, Abe, Head, W, M, May 1847, age 53, M‎[arried]‎ 32 years, born Kentucky, father Kentucky, mother Kentucky, farmer, literate, home rented, farm
Allis, wife, W, F, Feb 1851, age 49, M‎[arried]‎ 32 years, mother of 11 children, 11 still living, born Kentucky, father Kentucky, mother Kentucky, literate
Thomas, son, W, M, Oct 1870, age 29, single, born Kentucky, father Kentucky, mother Kentucky, farm laborer, literate
Edward, son, W, M, May 1880, age 20, single, born Kentucky, father Kentucky, mother Kentucky, farm laborer, literate
Rhodie, daughter, W, F, Feb 1882, 18, single, born Kentucky, father Kentucky, mother Kentucky, attended school 9 months, literate
Mattie, daughter, W, F, Mar 1884, age 16, single, born Kentucky, father Kentucky, mother Kentucky, attended school 5 months, literate
Katie, daughter, W, F, Apr 1886, age 14, single, born Kentucky, father Kentucky, mother Kentucky, attended school 5 months, literate
Mariettie, daughter, W, F, June 1889, age 10, single, born Kentucky, father Kentucky, mother Kentucky, attended school 5 months, literate
Howard, son, W, M, Aug 1891, age 8, son, single, born Kentucky, father Kentucky, mother Kentucky, attended school 5 months, literate


Show Details Note: Additional info from Jean Koops digitrite@aol.com. 7 Feb 2014.

Kentucky Death Index

Name: Alice Terrell Gray
Father: Richard Terrell
Mother: Martha Baker
Birth: 14 Feb 1851 in Shelby, Kentucky
Death: 21 Jan 1925 in Spencer, Kentucky, USA

Census 1860 ‎(Age 8)‎ Shelby County, Kentucky, USA


Show Details Source: 1860 United States Federal Census

Citation Details:  US Census, Year: 1860; Census Place: District 2, Shelby, Kentucky; Roll: M653_395; Page: 143; Image: 143; Family History Library Film: 803395 Source Information Ancestry.com. 1860 United States Federal Census ‎[database on-line]‎. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2009. Images reproduced by FamilySearch. Original data: 1860 U.S. census, population schedule. NARA microfilm publication M653, 1,438 rolls. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.
  Text: Name: Alice Terrill
Age in 1860: 9
Birth Year: abt 1851
Birthplace: Kentucky
Home in 1860: District 2, Shelby, Kentucky
Gender: Female
Post Office: Harrisonville
Value of real estate: View image
Household Members:
Name Age
R J R Baker 62
Eliza A Baker 44
Henry Baker 21
Margt Terrill 13
John Terrill 9
Alice Terrill 9
Mary S Baker 79


Note: Alice Terrell and her siblings are living in the home of their grandfather, RJR Baker.
Marriage Abram "Abe" Gray - 4 December 1867 ‎(Age 16)‎ Franklin County, Kentucky, USA


Show Details Source: Marriage Records

Citation Details:  Kentucky Marriages, 1785-1979," index, FamilySearch ‎(­https­://­familysearch­.­org­/­ark­:/­61903­/­1­:­1­:­FW5Z­-­H4J­ : accessed 14 April 2015)‎, Abraham Gray and Alice Terrell, 04 Dec 1867; citing Franklin County, Kentucky, reference p 89; FHL microfilm 266,192.
  Text: Name: Abraham Gray
Spouse's Name: Alice Terrell
Event Date: 04 Dec 1867
Event Place: Franklin County, Kentucky
Indexing Project ‎(Batch)‎ Number: M01067-3 , System Origin: Kentucky-EASy , GS Film number: 266192 , Reference ID: p 89

Census 1870 ‎(Age 18)‎ , Spencer, Kentucky


Show Details Source: 1870 U.S. Census

  Text: Kentucky, Spencer County, Mt. Eden PO, Nations Precinct, FHL Film 545998, Page 154
Dwelling 29, Family 29
Gray Abe, age 22, M, W, Farm laborer, born Kentucky, eligible to vote
Alice age 18, F, W, Keeping house, born Kentucky
Uliseus, age 1, F, W, born Kentucky

Census 1880 ‎(Age 28)‎ Mount Eden, Spencer, Kentucky


Show Details Source: 1880 United States Census
Publication: Copyright (c) 2000, 2002 FamilySearch (TM) Internet Genealogy Service, July 14, 2003
  Text: Kentucky, Spencer, Mount Eden, Page 488B, FHL Film 1254442, NA Film T9-0442.
Abraham GREY Self M Male W 33 KY KY KY
Allice GREY Wife M Female W 30 KY KY KY
Ullisses GREY Son S Male W 11 KY KY KY
Thomas GREY Son S Male W 9 KY KY KY
Nora GREY Dau S Female W 6 KY KY KY
Maud GREY Dau S Female W 4 KY KY KY
James GREY Son S Male W 2 KY KY KY
John W. GREY Son S Male W 1M KY KY KY

Census 1900 ‎(Age 48)‎ Mt Eden, Spencer, Kentucky


Show Details Source: 1900 U.S. Census

  Text: 1900 US Census, Kentucky, Spencer County, Mt Eden District #2, Sheet 4B
Dwelling 71, Family 72
Gray, Abe, Head, W, M, May 1847, age 53, M‎[arried]‎ 32 years, born Kentucky, father Kentucky, mother Kentucky, farmer, literate, home rented, farm
Allis, wife, W, F, Feb 1851, age 49, M‎[arried]‎ 32 years, mother of 11 children, 11 still living, born Kentucky, father Kentucky, mother Kentucky, literate
Thomas, son, W, M, Oct 1870, age 29, single, born Kentucky, father Kentucky, mother Kentucky, farm laborer, literate
Edward, son, W, M, May 1880, age 20, single, born Kentucky, father Kentucky, mother Kentucky, farm laborer, literate
Rhodie, daughter, W, F, Feb 1882, 18, single, born Kentucky, father Kentucky, mother Kentucky, attended school 9 months, literate
Mattie, daughter, W, F, Mar 1884, age 16, single, born Kentucky, father Kentucky, mother Kentucky, attended school 5 months, literate
Katie, daughter, W, F, Apr 1886, age 14, single, born Kentucky, father Kentucky, mother Kentucky, attended school 5 months, literate
Mariettie, daughter, W, F, June 1889, age 10, single, born Kentucky, father Kentucky, mother Kentucky, attended school 5 months, literate
Howard, son, W, M, Aug 1891, age 8, son, single, born Kentucky, father Kentucky, mother Kentucky, attended school 5 months, literate

Census 1910 ‎(Age 58)‎ Taylorsville, Spencer, Kentucky


Show Details Source: 1910 U.S. Census

  Text: 1910 United States Federal Census, Kentucky, Spencer County, Taylorsville
ED 12, Page 197B, Dwelling 77, Family 86
Gray, Jas Abe, Head, M, W, age 62, Married 43 years, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky, English, none, rent, house
Allies, Wife, F, W, age 57, Married 43 years, given birth to 11 children, 11 living, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky, English, none
Ulises, son, M, W, age 41, single, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky, English, macinest, saw mill
Thomas, son, M, W, age 39, single, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky, English, engineer, saw mill
Edd S., son, M, W, age 27, single, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky, English, stable man, livery stable
Howard, son, M, W, age 18, single, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky, English, farmer, farm

Census 1920 ‎(Age 68)‎ Little Mount, Spencer, Kentucky


Show Details Source: 1920 census- United States

  Text: Kentucky, Spencer County, Little Mount, ED 153, Sheet 8A
Dwelling 148, Family 154
Rogers John M. Head O‎[wned]‎ F‎[ree]‎ M W 42 M‎[arried]‎ literate born Kentucky father Kentucky mother Kentucky farmer gen. farm
Roda Wife F W 37 M‎[arried]‎ literate born Kentucky, father Kentucky, mother Kentucky
Grace O. Daughter F W 15 S‎[ingle]‎ yes literate born Kentucky father Kentucky mother Kentucky
Noar L. Daughter F W 12 S‎[ingle]‎ yes literate born Kentucky father Kentucky mother Kentucky
John R. Son M W 9 S‎[ingle]‎ yes born Kentucky father Kentucky mother Kentucky
Nellie K. Daughter F W 3 1/2 S‎[ingle]‎ born Kentucky father Kentucky mother Kentucky
Gray Alice Mother-in-Law F W 68 S‎[ingle]‎ literate born Kentucky father Kentucky mother Kentucky


Note: Living next door to son Howard Gray and family.
Death 21 January 1925 ‎(Age 73)‎ , Spencer, Kentucky, USA


Show Details Source: Kentucky Death Index

Citation Details:  Kentucky Death Index
  Text: Name: Alice Terrell Gray
Father: Richard Terrell
Mother: Martha Baker
Birth: 14 Feb 1851 in Shelby, Kentucky
Death: 21 Jan 1925 in Spencer, Kentucky, USA

Show Details Source: Cemetery Records

Citation Details:  Grove Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Kentucky. Online burial database: ‎(­http­://­www­.­grovehillcemetery­.­net­/­htmld­/­showBurialInfo­.­php­?­dn­&­sec­=­G­&­row­=­44­&­space­=­2­&­bn­=­1­)‎: accessed 14 March 2015.
  Text: Alice Ferrill Gray
Section G, Lot/Row: 44, Space: 1
Date of Birth: ‎[blank]‎
Date of Death: January 21, 1925
Date of Burial: January 23, 1925
Monument: ‎[blank]‎
Residence: Spencer Co., Kentucky
Funeral Home: ‎[blank]‎

Burial 23 January 1925 ‎(2 days after death)‎ Shelbyville, Shelby, Kentucky, USA
Cemetery: Grove Hill Cemetery


Show Details Source: Cemetery Records

Citation Details:  Grove Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Kentucky. Online burial database: ‎(­http­://­www­.­grovehillcemetery­.­net­/­htmld­/­showBurialInfo­.­php­?­dn­&­sec­=­G­&­row­=­44­&­space­=­2­&­bn­=­1­)‎: accessed 14 March 2015.
  Text: Alice Ferrill Gray
Section G, Lot/Row: 44, Space: 1
Date of Birth: ‎[blank]‎
Date of Death: January 21, 1925
Date of Burial: January 23, 1925
Monument: ‎[blank]‎
Residence: Spencer Co., Kentucky
Funeral Home: ‎[blank]‎

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Parents Family  (F2984)
Richard Coleman "RC" Terrell
-
Martha Baker
1829 -
Robert Terrell
1843 -
Edwin Terrell
1845 - 1868
Margaret Terrell
1847 -
John Terrell
1849 -
Alice Terrell
1851 - 1925

Immediate Family  (F58)
Abram "Abe" Gray
1847 - 1933
Ulysses Grant "Les" Gray
1868 - 1933
Thomas "Tom" Gray
1870 - 1949
Nora Gray
1873 - 1938
Maud Gray
1875 -
James "Jim" Gray
1878 - 1956
Edward Luther "Ed" Gray
1880 - 1947
Rhoda Gray
1882 - 1959
Mattie Gray
1884 - 1924
Katie Gray
1886 -
Mariettie "Etta" Gray
1889 - 1964
Howard Juber Gray
1891 - 1979


Notes

Note
Possible death certificate, need to order $6

from KENTUCKY DEATH INDEX 1911-1986 SEARCH RESULT

ALICE GRAY
Date 250121 yy/mm/dd
Age 073
Place SPNCR
Volume 005
Cert 02453
Deathvol 25


Note
Possible 1860 Census Entry:
Kentucky, Shelby County, Hamonville‎[?]‎ PO, Household 1060, Family 1002
RJN Baker, age 63, M, Farmer, Real 36690, Personal 27425, born Kentucky
Eliza A, age 44, F, born Kentucky
Henry, age 21, M, Laborer, born Kentucky
Mary Terrill, age 13, F, born Kentucky
John, age 7, M, born Kentucky
Alice, age 9, F, born Kentucky
Mary L. Baker, age 79, F, born Virginia

Note
Information on family and infamous brother of Alice... from the Terrell Project, 24 Aug 2007 ‎(­http­://­www­.­terrellproject­.­com­/­ky­/­id4­.­html­)


Capt. Edwin Terrell's Family Family Lore
Richard Coleman Terrell, father of Edwin Terrell took a wagon and went to Indiana for some kind of supplies and never returned. He may have been killed. " He and his family lived near Harrisonville, per Erma Brown Waddy's research"
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CENSUS YR: 1850 STATE: Kentucky COUNTY: Shelby DIVISION: District No 1 SHEET NO: 348A
REFERENCE: Enumerated by Jno. T. Hamond; Page 695
12 88 97 Terrill R.C. 30 M Clerk 800 Kenty
13 88 97 Terrill Martha 23 F Kenty
14 88 97 Terrill Robert 7 M Kenty
15 88 97 Terrill Edwin 5 M Kenty X
16 88 97 Terrill Margarett 3 F Kenty
17 88 97 Terrill John 1 M Kenty











Mrs. Burnett, ‎(Mrs. Burnett is Lucinda "Lucy" Floyd Burnett, sister of Polly Floyd Terrell)‎ after the death of her husband, moved to a residence she inherited under the will of her husband, on Washington Street on the lot adjoinging the residence o f Dr. W. M. Rodgers. She conducted a boarding house there, and in 1865, among her boarders were Ed Terreill ‎(should be Terrell)‎ and his Lieutenant Harry Thompson, both of whom afterwards became notorious guerrillas. Terrill was a GRAND NEPHEW of he rs, and when he began stopping there he was a welcome guest in Shelbyville as he and his men were here obstensibly for the purpose of hunting down guerrillas. Terrill was a desperate man, and while boarding at Mrs. Burnett's he and Thompson succeed ed in getting a man by the name of Johnson, a cattle dealer, to accompany them one night down the creek, where they killed him, and after filling his clothing with rocks, threw his body into the creek. Johnson had sixteen hundred dollars in money a nd they took it from him. His body was found a few days later by a fisherman.
Mr. Johnson when he came to Shelbyville on August 24, 1865, Wednesday morning on a stage from Louisville immediately procured board at the house of Mrs. Lucy Burnett. Terrill, Thompson and others of his command were stopping at Mrs. Burnett's at th e time, and although they were feared and abhorred for the crimes they had committed, no effort had been made to prevent them from coming into town. On the night of the day following his arrival in Shelbyville, Johnson was induced to accompany Terr ill and Thompson out of Mrs. Burnett's house and was never seen alive again. The warrent for their arrest was sworn out by the Coroner, and George W. Harbison, who was the Sheriff at that time, arrested Terrill at Mrs. Burnett's. Source Some Old Ti me History of Shelbyville and Shelby County by Ed. D. Shinnick, page 71.




The following from the notes of Wm. Henry Harrison Terrell: Richard Terrell oldest son of Uncle Zach married Miss Baker of Shelby Co., KY ‎(near Harrisonville)‎. One of their sons was Capt. Edwin Terrell, notorious as a wild reckless, partisan troope r in KY during the closing scenes of the rebellion ‎(Civil War)‎. He died from the effects received in a street fight in 1866 ‎( was shot)‎ from ambush in Shelbyville while watering his horse in front of the courthouse & fell in the water trough & was chilled & developed pneumonia & died. ‎( this from Zack Terrell of Ownesboro that owned the circus & not true)‎ This is signed by W.H.H. Terrell. A note added by Col. Lynch Terrell of Atlanta, brother of W.H.H. said Ed Terrell killed Quantrill, a mo st notorious guerilla Chief near Bloomfieldfield, KY. when each advanced on the other with drawn revolvers, until Quantrill fell. Terrell escaped uninjured. Quantrill's death has been attributed to others. but, my brother John, who then resided & n ow resides in Bloomfield, KY. knows from personal knowledge the above is true. There were large rewards offered for Quantrill, dead or alive. Both men brave as lions. Terrell was Captain of a company of militia where he killed Quantrill ‎(it is on record that Terrell did more to rid Anderson, Shelby, Spencer and Nelson Counties of guerillas than any one)‎.
Newspaper Article: ED TERRILL Folk hero and terror of Civil War Times, lifetime of violence ends at age 26. The outlaw & misfit of normal times sometimes becomes the hero burning war time-when his talents & temperament fit the needs of the times. S uch was the case of Ed Terrill, probably one of the worst criminals Shelby ever produced. His 26 years of life were spent in violence and no one knows how many men he killed. Reared near Harrisonville, young Terrill was known as a dare devil and a rounder from the time he was old enough to go to school. It is said he never turned down a fight, no matter how much older the other boy. KILLS BARKEEP IN BALTIMORE, Before he was grown he became a bareback rider in Dan Castello's circus and while traveling with the show, killed his 1st man in Baltimore, MD, The victim was a saloon keeper who got riled when Terrill made insulting remarks about the whiskey he was just served. The barkeep pulled a pistol and shot at Terrill, hitting him in t he arm. Without hesitation, Terrill leaped over the bar, knocked the man down, grabbed the pistol, and blew out his brains. He was arrested, but acquitted. Returning to KY, he joined the Confederate army. Once he & another soldier were sent to a fa rm to arrest two Union soldiers, believed to be hiding there. While demanding entrance to the house, one of the Union soldiers fired from upstairs window, seriously wounding Terrill, but not stopping him. He rushed into the house & personally kille d both soldiers. Later he was cursed & struck by a superior officer in the Confederate army. Terrill shot & killed him. TUNNELS OUT OF PRISON, He was court martialed & sentenced to die, but tunneled out of prison, escaping to Louisville. There Fed eral authorities recognized his talents & knowledge of Shelby & neighboring areas. He was made a Captain of a special group of scouts, whose mission was to hunt down & kill Confederate guerrillas & bandits that infested Shelby, Spencer, Henry & Nel son Counties. Terrill collected a group together much like himself. They were brave, desperate & cold-blooded men. They were terrors to the Confederates in these parts & no one knows how many men were killed by "Terrill & his men" TERRIBLE DUEL WIT H PISTOLS, one time Terrill ran into a guerrilla named Cox near Bloomfield, a man who had a fierce reputation. There was a terrible duel with pistols. Cox was killed & Terrill was severely wounded. It was believed for a while, that he would die. Af terwards, Terrill alone & single-handed, went to the hide-out of Here Walker, desperado, who was hiding near Louisville, Terrill killed him. Terrill's most famous "victory" was against the guerilla Quantrill & his fearful band. They were trapped at a barn near Wilsonville in Spencer County. The Confederate leader was killed by Terrill. 11 of his band also died there & the group, which had harassed this area for a long time, never reformed. DASHING HEROS IN SHELBYVILLE, While fighting the gue rrillas, Terrill & his men were dashing heros in Shelbyville. Nothing was too good for them. They often stayed at hotels or boarding houses in town. But they soon fell out of grace. On Aug. 14, 1865, a stock trader named Johnson arrived in Shelbyvi lle & word got around that he was carrying $1,600.00 in cash in his pocket. Johnson stopped at the respectable boarding house of Mrs. Lucy Burnett,‎(Lucy was Edwin's g-aunt, sister to his grandmother, Polly Floyd Terrell)‎ but unfortunately, for him, fellow guests were Terrill & his scout Lieutenant Harry Thompson. This was Sat. night. The following Sat. morn. Johnson's body was found in Clear Creek, minus the cash and his clothes weighed down with stones. Terrill & Thompson were later arreste d & charged with murder. It wasn't long before Terrell & his lieutenant pulled 1 of Shelby CO.'s most famous jail breaks. On Mar. 4, 1866, they succeeded in cutting a hole through the iron sheeting in their cell & then knocked a hole in the brick wall of the jailhouse. CAPTURES ARMSTRONG HOTEL, Johnson vanished & was never heard from again, but not Terrill who came back in typical fashion. He & a friend named Baker rode into Shelbyville 1 night, guns blazing away. They "captured" the old A rmstrong Hotel & holed up inside. Armed citizens determined to get Terrill & Baker dead or alive. When the 2 came out, they refused to surrender. Merritt Redding, owner of the Redding Hotel on Main St. between 6th & 7th was fatally wounded. Baker w as shot up & died at the scene. Terrill was severely wounded & after a long suffering in the Louisville jail, was allowed to return to his Harrisonville home, where he died ‎(not true, he died in Louisville, Jefferson CO., KY. Copy of his death cert . in my files)‎. He was 26. Lucy Burnett said, Boarders were Ed Terrill‎(Terrell)‎ and his Lt. Harry Thompson. Terrill was a grand nephew of hers & when he began stopping there he was a welcome guest in Shelbyville as he & his men were here ostensib ly for the purpose of hunting down guerillas. Terrill was a desperate man, while boarding at Mrs. Burnett's he & Thompson succeeded in getting a man by the name of Johnson, a cattle dealer to accompany them 1 night down the creek where they killed him & after filling his clothes with rocks, threw the body into the creek. Johnson had $1,600.00 in money & they took it from him. His body was found a few days later by a fisherman. Thompson & Terrill were arrested some time afterwards, charged w ith murder, but during their trial they & several others broke jail. Thompson left for parts unknown & has never been apprehended. It is said he went to Texas, where he became a good citizen & made & saved a lot of money. Terrill was fuller of brav ado & had much less discretion & good sense than Thompson & his ending was a tragic one. Terrill & his Uncle John Baker visited Clayvillage where they met a painter named Love Head. The 3 drank heavily at Jack Eades' barroom & the idea suggested it self to Terrill that to go to Shelbyville & "bluff the town" would be the proper caper. David J. Thompson, who was afterwards jailer of Shelby County was there at the time & he told Terrill that to do so would mean death & destruction. Terrill beca me offended of what "Dave" said & after cursing & striking & threatening to kill him, announced that to Shelbyville he would go. His Uncle, John Baker tried to reason with him, but it was useless & taking Head up behind him, they started for town. After arriving at the extreme eastern end of Shelbyville, Head gave Terrill & Baker the slip & they proceeded up the street & on to the Armstrong Hotel, which they entered. This was early in the evening about twilight & the fact that Terrill was i n town was soon known to nearly all the citizens. It was evident to everybody that something serious was about to happen & the mutterings of the best citizens, the hasty loading of guns & the issuance of orders on the quiet, to clear streets, left no doubt the intentions of the people. Terrill & Baker remained in the hotel for probably 1/2 hr, the former boasting of what he could & would do. Finally they walked out & mounted their horses. Riding up the street a short distance, they stopped in front of Merritt Redding's Hotel, where Terrill called out the proprietor to whom he talked for a few minutes. ‎(Redding's Hotel is where Lawson's store is now)‎ They turned & started towards the eastern end of town, when halt! sounded loud & cle ar on the night air. Terrill drew his pistol & fired at a point in a building opposite from which it seemed the voice had come, he & Baker at the same time putting spurs to their horses. Immediately thereafter there was a discharge of 1/2 dz guns & pistols & Terrill fell from his horse before he had ridden 50'. He crawled into he pavement near where R.A. Campbell's store is & although he was apparently fatally wounded
Many different stories as to how Ed Terrell lived & died. Wonder what's true?
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From the notes of Mary "Mamie" Harp Franklin
Capt. Edwin Terrell, well-known guerilla, was the son of Richard Coleman Terrell and Martha Baker, daughter of R. J. R. Baker. Martha died of Typhoid fever Apr. 1853 at the age of 21. Edwin had a sister, Alice, who married Abe. Gray, who was the so n of James and Kitty Hedden Gray, Mt. Eden, Kentucky. The family say that Capt. Ed was not as bad as painted in Shelby Co. newspapers, where every few years his misdeeds are recalled. Family descendents say that he went into the Confederate Army at 16, later got into a band of guerillas and some sort of a Comm. In the Union Army. At one time Shelby Co. approved of the protection that he and his men gave the, but turned on him later. He fought Quantrill which should be to his credit.

Note: Martha Baker Terrell in the 1850 census is listed as 23, in the notes of Mary Harp Franklin it says she was 21 when she died.

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Letter from Captain Edwin Terrell to Col. Farleigh

Page1 Springfield, KY
Jan. 6, 1865
Col. Farleigh
Comdz Post
____ to your order dated January 2, __ proceeded to my home in Shelby County I think it my duty to give you a detail of our proceedings.
My home is near Harrisonville. We made ______ during ____. My parents did not think we could stay at home ___ ___ to him. My grandfather and to myself and friends ___ was advised Salt River as a place most likely to find what we started and wish _ _____for we was not armed as we ___ wishes to have been but no ___

Page 2. __ a group of ___ ___ and give than the best turn in our ____ but the day previous from today we stoped at a guerrilla house on Salt River near Ca___y branch and found some guerrillas there we dismounted thence ‎(3)‎ of us dismounted at the h ouse and they must have seen us coming down a small hill for they took across the creek which was close to the house and we followed that dismounted the creek was frozen over and two of us fell through and I think some of the other party, but we followed them to the other side of the creek. Checked them and then and then their was firing on both sides one was wounded two and killed ‎(1)‎ whose name was John Butt the others was Taylor and om_ but they got out of the ____.

Page 3. and one would not follow them on account of one half the party being on the side of the creek. Today we started and had with us a prisoner making our way to the nearest place where was union soldiers and when ___ with him nine miles from Bl oomfield we was fired upon by a party of ____ ____ ___ __ and no akeda___ we got a good place to fight them but they had the best of us being armed with carbines and we having only revolvers and ‎(2)‎ only navys ‎(?)‎ and in the brush we lost the pris oner and a horse was took from Butts from him we killed ‎(Menk__ C. S.)‎ When __ him 8 or 10 miles from Springfield we saw they had reinforced and I thought my ___ little __ a__d could not C__o with them we put spurs to our horses and made good time to this place and on arriving here the citizens who __ I think are all union men could not believe we was union men. But, we was allowed them to place us under arrest until they were perfectly satisfied. We showed them our order and our discharges from the 37th, KY. Mt. Inf. But did not seem to pleasure them. But your writing Capt, ____ ddll__ at Sebeimn. I think will give all satisfaction giving names as introduced.

Your Obedient
Edwin Terrell



To Hrs Mil Court
Louisville, KY, January 8, 1865

Capt. Feddler

G‎(?)‎ro Mt. Labonan, KY.

Sir
Enclosed I p_____ you, by the order of Lt. Col. Faurleigh‎(?)‎ ____ Post a written statement of Edwin Terrell formerly of 37th KY., Infty and party who were arrested at Springfield, KY. those men are acting under orders from these /2/ _ ____ and it i s the pleasure of the Col. C___g that they should be released at once.
Very Respectfully
Your obedient servant
CL asBraus‎(?)‎
Capt. J. A. D. C.

Louisville, KY
Jany 16 65
Farlih L B

Lt. Col Comd Pst

A___ that Terrell formally of 37th KY Infy released from _____ am__ that he with other is acting under orders

BM OH KY 65
H_ Pri was 4th __ KY Lebanon in KY. July 16, 65.
Respectfully ____ to Lt. Col. Farburgh the men spoken of in this communication were arrest before the rec___ of this letter-Received 16 Jany
1865, Lebanon, KY.

From what I have hear of the young men since they left Lebanon, however I am sorry that I did release them & I believe their story of killing rebels & capturing horses to be all fis__ & where __a_ton t___ fraturized with guerrillas were not toubled by t___ I sould
respectfully _____ that Col. Farliegh with draw his protection passes from these men.
Respt
James A ____
Ca _______

Source Nation Archives for Copies of Veterans Records Copy of the original in my files.

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Edwin Terrell died in Louisville, Jefferson County, Ky from gunshot wounds. I have a copy of his death cert. in my files.

Note
From website on 8/26/07: ‎(­http­://­www­.­bartonpara­.­com­/­civilwar­/­rebel­/­wakefield­.­htm­)

Missouri guerrilla chief William Quantrill remained largely inactive through most of 1864. Some say he lost his position of leadership to former lieutenants William Anderson and George Todd and decided to take leave of the war, camping out with his young wife, Kate, in Howard County. But by the end of the year he joined several of the old members of his band and left Missouri for Kentucky.

It is unclear why Quantrill chose to go to Kentucky at this time. One early theory suggested he was heading east to assassinate President Lincoln. Some say he wished to acquire leadership of a new guerilla band. Some say he foresaw the end of the w ar and wished to surrender at the military garrison in Louisville, knowing he could never surrender safely in Missouri.

Whatever the reason, he and his band got as far as Spencer County in north central Kentucky where, on May 10, 1865, they were hiding in a barn belonging to a Confederate sympathizer named James Wakefield. Quantrill was taking a nap in the hayloft w hen one of his men suddenly cried out an alarm as a group of Union guerrillas led by Capt. Edwin Terrell descended upon them. Quantrill was mortally wounded, some say by a man named John Langford, as he was attempting to mount a horse to escape. Pa ralyzed from the waist down, he was carried to the Wakefield home. A few days later Terrell took him by wagon to Louisville where Quantrill died on June 6, 1865. Terrell was briefly considered a hero by the national press for his part in killing Qu antrill, but many Kentuckians were far from enamored with him. Ed´s own sister Alice is reported to have declared she would never marry until she received word of Ed´s death. Terrell was in the Confederate army for a brief time, but was imprisone d and sentenced to be executed for killing a superior officer. Before the execution he escaped and promptly joined the Union Army. Eventually he was made captain of the Shelby County Home Guards, whose main mission was to kill Confederate guerrilla s. During this time Terrell became known as a fearless fighter with enormous confidence and bravado, said by some to dress in bright red colors from head to toe. He also became known as a bully, a thief and a murderer of civilians, be they Union or Confederate in sympathy. Ironically, Terrell, like Quantrill, was ambushed, paralyzed by one of the bullets and taken to Louisville where he died a year after Quantrill died. His obituary in the Louisville Journal ‎(May 27, 1866)‎ states: “No man ever more richly deserved a torturous death.”
In the summer of 1992, Cathy visited the Wakefield site and this frantic, modal tune came to her. She had a strong feeling that someone in her family had something to do with the place. Her mother´s ancestors lived in Spencer, Shelby and Anderson Counties during the Civil War, but she knew of no specific connection they had to the Wakefield site. She was surprised to learn, thanks to Spencer County historian Tom Watson, and genealogical information compiled by one of her Kentucky aunts, th at Ed Terrell is her first cousin, four times removed. The photograph of Terrell is from her family´s collection.

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'An exceedingly dangerous man'

Cruickshank, Stewart
Colorful "Captain" Edwin Terrell was one of the Union Army's most effective - and psycotic - guerrilla fighters.

Prior to the Civil War it is thought that Edwin Terrell performed in a circus. He reportedly killed a bartender in Baltimore but was acquitted of the charges. Oral tradition has it that Terrell served in the 1st Kentucky Infantry, C.S.A., in 1861. Terrell himself claimed that he'd served under General John Hunt Morgan and had escaped a court martial sentence of death for killing an officer. There is a record of an Edward Terrell enlisting in August 1862 in Morgan's 7th Kentucky Cavalry. Thi s soldier deserted in September.

In October 1863 Terrell enlisted as a private in Co. D, 37th Kentucky Mounted Infantry, U.S.A. In November he was arrested and spent five months in a military stockade.

Colonel Thomas Fairleigh, 26th Kentucky, obtained the services of Terrell, then a civilian, to hunt guerrillas in January 1865. Soon afterwards he was arrested for murder but was released when authorities found that he was operating under Fairleigh 's orders.

On January 28, 1865, Terrell and approximately 25 men dressed in the "butternut clothing of guerrillas" invaded Bloomfield, Kentucky, and proceeded to loot the town. A stray Confederate guerrilla was executed. Confederate partisans, led by Sue Mund y, Henry Magruder, and Isaac Colter, surprised Terrell's "decoy guerrillas" and a running skirmish ensued along the Taylorsville Pike. Retreating to a barn, Terrell was able to fight off the attackers. He lost 14 men and several plunder-laden horse s in the skirmish. The next day a newspaper declared that Terrell was "no better than the guerrillas he was hunting."

In another skirmish on the Chaplaintown Road between Terrell's men and Bill Marion's guerrillas on January 30, 1865, Terrell was seriously wounded near the tollgate. He managed to escape to Shelbyville to recover. One account states that some Misso uri guerrillas, William Quantrill's men, were present.

On another occasion Terrell was supported by Captain James Bridgewater's men during a skirmish with Sam "One-Armed" Berry's guerrillas on the Salt River near the mouth of Nelson Creek. In the fighting that lasted until both sides were nearly out of ammunition Berry had six killed and 17 wounded. Terrell and Bridgewater lost 25 killed and 28 wounded.

In April 1865 General John Palmer, then commanding the Military District of Kentucky, hired Terrell as a captain of the secret police service at $50 a month to hunt and exterminate guerrillas. Palmer wrote after the war: "Terrell was an exceedingly dangerous man; I never let him enter my quarters without keeping a revolver at hand."

The guerrillas Clarke ‎("Sue Mundy")‎ and Magruder were captured in March 1865. Meanwhile Bill Marion captured a Union Army surgeon, whom he threatened to kill in retaliation if Mundy or Magruder were executed. Therefore Palmer assigned Marion to be Terrell's main target.

In mid-April Terrell, operating with Captain G. W. Penns' company of the 54th Kentucky Mounted Infantry, caught Marion and killed him. The officers of the 54th claimed that after killing Marion, they chased after the guerrillas whom had been riding with him. Terrell, they said, claimed Marion's body and delivered it to Palmer.

Terrell's biggest coup was the mortal wounding of William C. Quantrill, the Missourian with the greatest reputation of all Confederate guerrillas during the war. Terrell and his men tracked Quantrill to a farm and caught the guerrilla chief off-gua rd. Quantrill was wounded and paralyzed in the fight that followed. On May 14 Terrell showed up at Palmer's headquarters in Louisville with the barely alive Quantrill loaded in a wagon.

Terrell and his gang continued to operate as guerrillas after Quantrill's death. On May 18 they attempted to hang an African-American Union soldier accused of murder. A day later they broke up a saloon in Louisville. The following day they fought a skirmish with Confederate guerrillas in which they captured seven men. Two days later Palmer officially disbanded Terrell's guerrilla hunters and paid them off.

Terrell continued his career of violence despite no longer being able to claim official status. Near the end of June Terrell killed a blacksmith in Taylorsville. Thomas Berry, an ex-scout for General Nathan Bedford Forrest, later claimed at this ti me his brother, the notorious "One-Armed" Berry, shot Terrell three times in an altercation. This may be a spurious claim.

In Late August Terrell murdered one W.J. Johnson, a visitor from Illinois who reportedly was carrying a large sum of gold with him at the time. Finally arrested, Terrell managed to get off when his trial ended in a hung jury in March 1866.

He was not released, however, and instead was forwarded to Taylorsville to stand trial for killing the blacksmith there earlier.

Before he could come to trial, however, former, wartime comrades broke him out of jail on April 13, 1866.

But the law was after the old "guerrilla hunter." On May 26, while he was riding into Shelbyville, Terrell was ambushed by a posse. In the firefight, Terrell was severely wounded in the back and taken into custody.

Considered too weak and crippled to be tried, he was released on bail in October. The bail was revoked when Terrell somehow got a pistol and shot at his brother-in-law, his official custodian. Terrell, however, was later allowed to post his own bai l in order to go to Louisville to have his back operated on. He was reportedly in pitiful condition, bed ridden, and in constant pain.

The operation failed. On December 13, 1868, weakened by the futile surgery, Terrell died. He was buried in an unmarked grave. Behind him he left a reputation as having killed 17 men after the war ended.

Edwin Terrell was perhaps the most effective guerrilla hunter of the Civil War. He was at least instrumental in killing the notorious Bill Marion and accomplished the capture of William Quantrill, something that couldn't be done in over three years of warfare in Missouri.

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Birth Additional info from Jean Koops digitrite@aol.com. 7 Feb 2014.

Kentucky Death Index

Name: Alice Terrell Gray
Father: Richard Terrell
Mother: Martha Baker
Birth: 14 Feb 1851 in Shelby, Kentucky
Death: 21 Jan 1925 in Spencer, Kentucky, USA
Census Alice Terrell and her siblings are living in the home of their grandfather, RJR Baker.
Census Living next door to son Howard Gray and family.

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Birth 1900 U.S. Census
  Text: 1900 US Census, Kentucky, Spencer County, Mt Eden District #2, Sheet 4B
Dwelling 71, Family 72
Gray, Abe, Head, W, M, May 1847, age 53, M‎[arried]‎ 32 years, born Kentucky, father Kentucky, mother Kentucky, farmer, literate, home rented, farm
Allis, wife, W, F, Feb 1851, age 49, M‎[arried]‎ 32 years, mother of 11 children, 11 still living, born Kentucky, father Kentucky, mother Kentucky, literate
Thomas, son, W, M, Oct 1870, age 29, single, born Kentucky, father Kentucky, mother Kentucky, farm laborer, literate
Edward, son, W, M, May 1880, age 20, single, born Kentucky, father Kentucky, mother Kentucky, farm laborer, literate
Rhodie, daughter, W, F, Feb 1882, 18, single, born Kentucky, father Kentucky, mother Kentucky, attended school 9 months, literate
Mattie, daughter, W, F, Mar 1884, age 16, single, born Kentucky, father Kentucky, mother Kentucky, attended school 5 months, literate
Katie, daughter, W, F, Apr 1886, age 14, single, born Kentucky, father Kentucky, mother Kentucky, attended school 5 months, literate
Mariettie, daughter, W, F, June 1889, age 10, single, born Kentucky, father Kentucky, mother Kentucky, attended school 5 months, literate
Howard, son, W, M, Aug 1891, age 8, son, single, born Kentucky, father Kentucky, mother Kentucky, attended school 5 months, literate
Census 1860 United States Federal Census
Citation Details:  US Census, Year: 1860; Census Place: District 2, Shelby, Kentucky; Roll: M653_395; Page: 143; Image: 143; Family History Library Film: 803395 Source Information Ancestry.com. 1860 United States Federal Census ‎[database on-line]‎. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2009. Images reproduced by FamilySearch. Original data: 1860 U.S. census, population schedule. NARA microfilm publication M653, 1,438 rolls. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.
  Text: Name: Alice Terrill
Age in 1860: 9
Birth Year: abt 1851
Birthplace: Kentucky
Home in 1860: District 2, Shelby, Kentucky
Gender: Female
Post Office: Harrisonville
Value of real estate: View image
Household Members:
Name Age
R J R Baker 62
Eliza A Baker 44
Henry Baker 21
Margt Terrill 13
John Terrill 9
Alice Terrill 9
Mary S Baker 79
Marriage Marriage Records
Citation Details:  Kentucky Marriages, 1785-1979," index, FamilySearch ‎(­https­://­familysearch­.­org­/­ark­:/­61903­/­1­:­1­:­FW5Z­-­H4J­ : accessed 14 April 2015)‎, Abraham Gray and Alice Terrell, 04 Dec 1867; citing Franklin County, Kentucky, reference p 89; FHL microfilm 266,192.
  Text: Name: Abraham Gray
Spouse's Name: Alice Terrell
Event Date: 04 Dec 1867
Event Place: Franklin County, Kentucky
Indexing Project ‎(Batch)‎ Number: M01067-3 , System Origin: Kentucky-EASy , GS Film number: 266192 , Reference ID: p 89
Marriage Marriage Records
Citation Details:  Kentucky Marriages, 1785-1979," index, FamilySearch ‎(­https­://­familysearch­.­org­/­ark­:/­61903­/­1­:­1­:­FW5Z­-­H4J­ : accessed 14 April 2015)‎, Abraham Gray and Alice Terrell, 04 Dec 1867; citing Franklin County, Kentucky, reference p 89; FHL microfilm 266,192.
  Text: Name: Abraham Gray
Spouse's Name: Alice Terrell
Event Date: 04 Dec 1867
Event Place: Franklin County, Kentucky
Indexing Project ‎(Batch)‎ Number: M01067-3 , System Origin: Kentucky-EASy , GS Film number: 266192 , Reference ID: p 89
Marriage Marriage Records
Citation Details:  Kentucky Marriages, 1785-1979," index, FamilySearch ‎(­https­://­familysearch­.­org­/­ark­:/­61903­/­1­:­1­:­FW5Z­-­H4J­ : accessed 14 April 2015)‎, Abraham Gray and Alice Terrell, 04 Dec 1867; citing Franklin County, Kentucky, reference p 89; FHL microfilm 266,192.
  Text: Name: Abraham Gray
Spouse's Name: Alice Terrell
Event Date: 04 Dec 1867
Event Place: Franklin County, Kentucky
Indexing Project ‎(Batch)‎ Number: M01067-3 , System Origin: Kentucky-EASy , GS Film number: 266192 , Reference ID: p 89
Census 1870 U.S. Census
  Text: Kentucky, Spencer County, Mt. Eden PO, Nations Precinct, FHL Film 545998, Page 154
Dwelling 29, Family 29
Gray Abe, age 22, M, W, Farm laborer, born Kentucky, eligible to vote
Alice age 18, F, W, Keeping house, born Kentucky
Uliseus, age 1, F, W, born Kentucky
Census 1880 United States Census
Publication: Copyright (c) 2000, 2002 FamilySearch (TM) Internet Genealogy Service, July 14, 2003
  Text: Kentucky, Spencer, Mount Eden, Page 488B, FHL Film 1254442, NA Film T9-0442.
Abraham GREY Self M Male W 33 KY KY KY
Allice GREY Wife M Female W 30 KY KY KY
Ullisses GREY Son S Male W 11 KY KY KY
Thomas GREY Son S Male W 9 KY KY KY
Nora GREY Dau S Female W 6 KY KY KY
Maud GREY Dau S Female W 4 KY KY KY
James GREY Son S Male W 2 KY KY KY
John W. GREY Son S Male W 1M KY KY KY
Census 1900 U.S. Census
  Text: 1900 US Census, Kentucky, Spencer County, Mt Eden District #2, Sheet 4B
Dwelling 71, Family 72
Gray, Abe, Head, W, M, May 1847, age 53, M‎[arried]‎ 32 years, born Kentucky, father Kentucky, mother Kentucky, farmer, literate, home rented, farm
Allis, wife, W, F, Feb 1851, age 49, M‎[arried]‎ 32 years, mother of 11 children, 11 still living, born Kentucky, father Kentucky, mother Kentucky, literate
Thomas, son, W, M, Oct 1870, age 29, single, born Kentucky, father Kentucky, mother Kentucky, farm laborer, literate
Edward, son, W, M, May 1880, age 20, single, born Kentucky, father Kentucky, mother Kentucky, farm laborer, literate
Rhodie, daughter, W, F, Feb 1882, 18, single, born Kentucky, father Kentucky, mother Kentucky, attended school 9 months, literate
Mattie, daughter, W, F, Mar 1884, age 16, single, born Kentucky, father Kentucky, mother Kentucky, attended school 5 months, literate
Katie, daughter, W, F, Apr 1886, age 14, single, born Kentucky, father Kentucky, mother Kentucky, attended school 5 months, literate
Mariettie, daughter, W, F, June 1889, age 10, single, born Kentucky, father Kentucky, mother Kentucky, attended school 5 months, literate
Howard, son, W, M, Aug 1891, age 8, son, single, born Kentucky, father Kentucky, mother Kentucky, attended school 5 months, literate
Census 1910 U.S. Census
  Text: 1910 United States Federal Census, Kentucky, Spencer County, Taylorsville
ED 12, Page 197B, Dwelling 77, Family 86
Gray, Jas Abe, Head, M, W, age 62, Married 43 years, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky, English, none, rent, house
Allies, Wife, F, W, age 57, Married 43 years, given birth to 11 children, 11 living, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky, English, none
Ulises, son, M, W, age 41, single, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky, English, macinest, saw mill
Thomas, son, M, W, age 39, single, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky, English, engineer, saw mill
Edd S., son, M, W, age 27, single, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky, English, stable man, livery stable
Howard, son, M, W, age 18, single, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky, English, farmer, farm
Census 1920 census- United States
  Text: Kentucky, Spencer County, Little Mount, ED 153, Sheet 8A
Dwelling 148, Family 154
Rogers John M. Head O‎[wned]‎ F‎[ree]‎ M W 42 M‎[arried]‎ literate born Kentucky father Kentucky mother Kentucky farmer gen. farm
Roda Wife F W 37 M‎[arried]‎ literate born Kentucky, father Kentucky, mother Kentucky
Grace O. Daughter F W 15 S‎[ingle]‎ yes literate born Kentucky father Kentucky mother Kentucky
Noar L. Daughter F W 12 S‎[ingle]‎ yes literate born Kentucky father Kentucky mother Kentucky
John R. Son M W 9 S‎[ingle]‎ yes born Kentucky father Kentucky mother Kentucky
Nellie K. Daughter F W 3 1/2 S‎[ingle]‎ born Kentucky father Kentucky mother Kentucky
Gray Alice Mother-in-Law F W 68 S‎[ingle]‎ literate born Kentucky father Kentucky mother Kentucky
Death Kentucky Death Index
Citation Details:  Kentucky Death Index
  Text: Name: Alice Terrell Gray
Father: Richard Terrell
Mother: Martha Baker
Birth: 14 Feb 1851 in Shelby, Kentucky
Death: 21 Jan 1925 in Spencer, Kentucky, USA
Death Cemetery Records
Citation Details:  Grove Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Kentucky. Online burial database: ‎(­http­://­www­.­grovehillcemetery­.­net­/­htmld­/­showBurialInfo­.­php­?­dn­&­sec­=­G­&­row­=­44­&­space­=­2­&­bn­=­1­)‎: accessed 14 March 2015.
  Text: Alice Ferrill Gray
Section G, Lot/Row: 44, Space: 1
Date of Birth: ‎[blank]‎
Date of Death: January 21, 1925
Date of Burial: January 23, 1925
Monument: ‎[blank]‎
Residence: Spencer Co., Kentucky
Funeral Home: ‎[blank]‎
Burial Cemetery Records
Citation Details:  Grove Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Kentucky. Online burial database: ‎(­http­://­www­.­grovehillcemetery­.­net­/­htmld­/­showBurialInfo­.­php­?­dn­&­sec­=­G­&­row­=­44­&­space­=­2­&­bn­=­1­)‎: accessed 14 March 2015.
  Text: Alice Ferrill Gray
Section G, Lot/Row: 44, Space: 1
Date of Birth: ‎[blank]‎
Date of Death: January 21, 1925
Date of Burial: January 23, 1925
Monument: ‎[blank]‎
Residence: Spencer Co., Kentucky
Funeral Home: ‎[blank]‎

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Terrell Gray Alice Circa 1890Terrell Gray Alice Circa 1890  ‎(M345)‎
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Citation Details:  Photo Courtesy of the descendants of Howard Juber Gray, 2015.


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Gray Abe Terrell Alice Nine Children Circa 1890Gray Abe Terrell Alice Nine Children Circa 1890  ‎(M343)‎
Type: Photo


Note: Nine out of eleven of the children in this family are pictures: Thomas, Nora, Maud, James, Edward, Rhoda, Mattie, Katie, Mariettie. The oldest son, Ulysses is not in the photo. He would have been about 21 years of age at the time of this photo. The youngest son, Howard Juber, was not yet born at the time of this photo.

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Family with Parents
Father
Mother
Martha Baker ‎(I7088)‎
Birth 1829 31 Kentucky, USA
#1
Brother
Robert Terrell ‎(I7166)‎
Birth 1843 14 Kentucky, USA
2 years
#2
Brother
Edwin Terrell ‎(I7165)‎
Birth 1845 16 Kentucky, USA
Death 13 December 1868 ‎(Age 23)‎ Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, USA
2 years
#3
Sister
Margaret Terrell ‎(I7163)‎
Birth 1847 18 Kentucky, USA
2 years
#4
Brother
John Terrell ‎(I7164)‎
Birth 1849 20 Kentucky, USA
2 years
#5
Alice Terrell ‎(I165)‎
Birth 14 February 1851 22 , Shelby, Kentucky
Death 21 January 1925 ‎(Age 73)‎ , Spencer, Kentucky, USA
Family with Abram "Abe" Gray
Husband
Abram "Abe" Gray ‎(I164)‎
Birth May 1847 33 32 , , Kentucky
Death 31 July 1933 ‎(Age 86)‎ , Spencer, Kentucky, USA
4 years

 
Alice Terrell ‎(I165)‎
Birth 14 February 1851 22 , Shelby, Kentucky
Death 21 January 1925 ‎(Age 73)‎ , Spencer, Kentucky, USA

Marriage: 4 December 1867 -- Franklin County, Kentucky, USA
11 months
#1
Son
Ulysses Grant "Les" Gray ‎(I6694)‎
Birth 17 November 1868 21 17 , , Kentucky
Death 6 August 1933 ‎(Age 64)‎ , Spencer, Kentucky, USA
2 years
#2
Son
Thomas "Tom" Gray ‎(I6695)‎
Birth 7 October 1870 23 19 , , Kentucky
Death 25 August 1949 ‎(Age 78)‎ , Jefferson, Kentucky, USA
3 years
#3
Daughter
Nora Gray ‎(I142)‎
Birth 18 September 1873 26 22 Mt Eden, Spencer, Kentucky
Death 1 March 1938 ‎(Age 64)‎ Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Oklahoma
2 years
#4
Daughter
Maud Gray ‎(I6696)‎
Birth 28 November 1875 28 24 , Spencer, Kentucky
2 years
#5
Son
James "Jim" Gray ‎(I6697)‎
Birth 9 January 1878 30 26 , , Kentucky
Death 6 November 1956 ‎(Age 78)‎
2 years
#6
Son
Edward Luther "Ed" Gray ‎(I6885)‎
Birth 16 May 1880 33 29 , , Kentucky
Death 1 March 1947 ‎(Age 66)‎ , Spencer, Kentucky, USA
2 years
#7
Daughter
Rhoda Gray ‎(I6886)‎
Birth 28 February 1882 34 31 , , Kentucky
Death 29 April 1959 ‎(Age 77)‎
2 years
#8
Daughter
Mattie Gray ‎(I6887)‎
Birth 1 March 1884 36 33 , , Kentucky
Death 5 October 1924 ‎(Age 40)‎ Mt. Eden, Spencer, Kentucky, USA
2 years
#9
Daughter
Katie Gray ‎(I6888)‎
Birth 26 April 1886 38 35 , , Kentucky
3 years
#10
Daughter
Mariettie "Etta" Gray ‎(I6889)‎
Birth 30 June 1889 42 38 , , Kentucky
Death 19 October 1964 ‎(Age 75)‎
2 years
#11
Son
Howard Juber Gray ‎(I6884)‎
Birth 20 August 1891 44 40 , , Kentucky
Death 14 September 1979 ‎(Age 88)‎ , , Kentucky


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