Talbott, Lunceford
March 04, 2007 04:53PM
History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky, ed.
by William Henry Perrin, O. L. Baskin & Co., Chicago, 1882. p. 552.
[Bourbon County] [North Middletown Precinct]

LUNCEFORD TALBOTT, farmer; P. O. North Middletown, son of Mason and
Susan (Leach) Talbott, and was born August 29th, 1824. His father, Mason
Talbott, was born in Loudoun County, Va., on November 13, 1790, and was
brought to Kentucky when about two years old, by his father, with whom he
settled near Stony Point, Bourbon County. In 1811, he was married to
Susan Leach, who was also a native of Virginia. She was born January 1,
1789, and died on the 28th of April 1857. By this marriage there were
three sons, viz: John F., Sanford, and Lunceford (subject), and four
daughters, Lena, Mary C., Louise and Leoma. All now living and the
youngest fifty years of age. Mason Talbott died on the 26th of April,
1876, in his eighty-sixth year. His third son, Lunceford, who is the
subject of this sketch, was married on the 5th of December 1855, to
Mary C., daughter of T. P. Young, of Bath County. She was born July 28,
1834. This union is blessed with three sons, John Sanford, Toliver C.
and Mason G. The two younger sons are at home assisting their father in
the duties of the farm, while the eldest son is actively engaged in the
life insurance business. Mr. Talbott owns 300 acres of land. He and
his wife are members of the Christian Church. Politically, Democrat.
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