Johan Leonhart Trautmann
(Abt 1710-)
John Michael Troutman Sr.
(1739-Abt 1814)


Family Links

1. Rebecca Beard

2. Elizabeth Schrader

John Michael Troutman Sr. 2,15

  • Born: 28 Oct 1739, Bayern, Germany
  • Marriage (1): Rebecca Beard about 1762 in Frederick County, Maryland
  • Marriage (2): Elizabeth Schrader on 4 Jan 1784 in Frederick County, Maryland
  • Died: Abt 24 Jul 1814, Shepherdsville, Bullitt County, Kentucky about age 74
  • Buried: Saint Patrick Catholic Cemetery, Hardin County, Kentucky

bullet  General Notes:

Have seen various birth & death dates.
Have seen 1738 at birth year numerous times.
4 apr 1814 as possible death date - also 13 apr
This info from Greaves-Gerding Family Tree,
Birth: 23 OCT 1738 in Germany
Death: 13 APR 1814 in Bullitt, KY
From Filson Club, Louisvile, KY--IL Papers: "Michael Troutman born in Germany 1732, brought to America by his father in 1743, settled in vicinity of Hagarstown, MD. 2nd wife was Elizabeth Schroeder whom he married in MD. Among children was Elizabeth married James Carrico (1774-1847)" signed, Homer Carrico, U.S. Army Retired. (GMG in June 1991.)
MARRIAGE: 2nd. From Records of Marriages & Burials in the Monocacy Church in
Frederick Co, MD, and in the Evangelical Lutheran Congregation in City of
Frederick, Frederick Co, MD, published by National Generalogical Society,
Washington DC, 1972. page 36, 4 Jan 1784, marriage of Michael Trautmann & Elizabeth Schroedern by license. Witnesses: Schroeder, Delatter, Ambros. (in unnumbered spiral notebook. Also possible bros and sisters.)
WILL: John Micael Troutman, 1814, Bullitt Co., KY

Submitted by Maria DeMoss Troutman (

I have a typed copy of the orginal, no idea how correctly it is typed,
but an abstract of it, can be found in Abstract of Early Ky Wills and
Inventories, page 19, for Bullitt Co, from Book A (1799-1824)

Will of John Michael Troutman.
In the name of God Amen, I Michael Troutman of Bullitt County and the state of KY, being sick and weak in body but of perfect mind and memory, thanks be given to God, calling unto mind the mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed for all ment once to die, do make and ordain this my last will and testament, that is principally and first of all I give and recommend my soul into the hands of the almighty God that gave it and my body to the earth to be buried a Christian Burial, as the discretion of my executors, not doubting But at the general resurrection I shall receive the same again by the Almighty power of God, and as touching such worldly estate where with it has pleasured Got to bless me in this life. I give demise and dispose of the same as the following manner and
First I give and bequeath to my loving son John Troutman one dollar this currency having given him his proportional part before.
Secondly, I will and bequeath to the heirs of my daughter Caty Troutman alias Ambrose one dollar of this currency have given to her and heirs their proportional part before.
Thirdly, I will and bequeath to my loving son Peter Troutman one dollar of this currency having given him his share before.
Fourthly, I will and bequeath to my loving son Michael Troutman five hundred dollars this currency and to be paid the said Michael of proceeds of the plantation I now live on after the death of my present loving wife Elizabeth Troutman.
Fifthly, I will and bequeath unto my loving son Leonard Troutman one hundred dollars currency to be paid out of the proceeds of this plantation I now live on after the death of my present wife Elizabeth Troutman.
Sixthly, I will and bequeath to my loving daughter Elizabeth Carrico
alias Troutman the plantation she now lives on to her and the heirs of her body and one hundred dollars to be paid to the said Elizabeth or heirs out of the proceeds of the plantation I now live on after the death of my wife Elizabeth Troutman.
Seventhly, I will and bequeath to my loving son Abraham Troutman the plantation he now lives on and one Negro named Levi to him, as proportional part. Abraham Troutman to pay the notes for which I am security for to Porter.
Eighthly, I will and bequeath to my loving son Isaac Troutman one
thousand dollars to be paid out of the proceeds of the plantation I now live on after the death of my present wife Elizabeth Troutman.
Ninthly, Jacob TroutmanI will and bequeath to my loving son aforesaid the plantation he now lives on and one Negro boy by the name of Tony after my death together with one hundred dollars out of the proceeds of the plantation I now live on after the death of my present wife Elizabeth Troutman.
Tenthly, I will and bequeath to my loving daughter Rebecca Patterson alias Troutman one half of the plantation which I own in Grayson, have sold the other half to her husband John Patterson and no more having given her, her proportional part.
Eleventhly, I will and bequeath to my loving daughter Mary Simmons alias Troutman the plantation adjoining this containing 250 acres and one Negro named Hannah remitting him his bonds-more two hundred dollars from the proceeds of the plantation I now live on after the death of my present wife Elizabeth Troutman.
Twelthly, I will and bequeath unto my loving daughter Margaret the
plantation on which Jackson lately lived on containing 250 acres and the Negro boy called Charles more to sd Margaret five hundred dollars this currency to be paid out of the proceeds of the plantation on which I now live after the death of my present wife Elizabeth Troutman.
Thirteenthly, I will and bequeath to Peggy Tombleston provided she stay with my wife until she is married the plantation adjoining the plantation I sold to Peter Brandon containing 100 acres.
Fourteenth, I will and bequeath to my loving son Phillip Troutman the whole of my lands and mills on Cedar Creek in Bullitt County near Salt River with the condition to pay one thousand pounds to the estate, seven hundred of which is to be given to my daughter Caty after the death of her mother, my loving wife, Elizabeth Troutman.
Fifteenth, I will and bequeath to my loving daughter Caty Troutman one Negro girl called Higar after the death of my wife beside the seven hundred pounds which Philip Troutman will be obliged to pay the said Caty after the death of her mother.
Sixteenth, I will and bequeath to my loving wife Elizabeth Troutman, the plantation I now live on during her life with four cows and four horses and ten head of sheep with all the appurtenance belonging to the house and plantation beside more one Negro girl named Darkey and one Negro man called Ben, with all the small Negroes, with one Negro man named Fuller. More over my wife is to take care of the Negro Slego and Tom as belonging to her. This plantation after my death and the death of my wife to be sold and the money arising from the sale to be equally divided among my last wife's children. I.e. What is not before willed
and I do utterly disallow revoke and disannul all and every other staments,
will, legacies, bequests and legacies bequests and executors by me in any wise before named willed and bequeathed ratifying and confirming this and no others to be my last will and testament. In witness I have here unto set my hand seal this___day of____ in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fourteen.
Signed & Sealed and published and pronounced and declared by the said Michael
Troutman as his last will and testament in his presence and in the presence of each other have here unto subscribed our names this 10th day of April 1814.
The intention and intent of this will is that all of my lawful debts are to be
paid out of the estate I leave behind and debts due to me, Michael Troutman. I do appoints and constitute my wife Elizabeth Troutman, my son Abraham Troutman and Phillip Troutman executors of this my last will and testament.

Teste: Wm. de Rohan, Sherwood W. Hundly & Johnathon Simmons

At a County Court held for Bullitt County on Monday, the third day of
July 1815, it was ordered that all papers filed in the clerk office of this
county and which by law were required to be recorded should be recorded forth with in purseance of which order I, James Halbert, clerk of said county court do hereby certify that the foregoing last will and testament of Michael Troutman, dec, hath been truely recorded teh same having duly provise by oath of Wm. Rohn and Sherwood W. Hundly, Subscribing witness there to given under my hand this 24th day of July, 1814.

James Halberts
from: Johan Tobias Horine (1725-1773) website

"Tobias Horein, farmer, made his will August 14, 1773, when very sick. He left his three sons Adam, Tobias, and Samuel 150 pounds each at age 21, the money to be lent out at interest until then. One month after his death, all movable, except what was necessary to maintain his family were to be sold at public auction, being evaluated first by two neighbors indifferently chosen; all debts to be paid from this sale; and the mill to be properly finished, and if any money remained, to be distributed evenly among his children: Adam, Tobias, Samuel, Magdellen, Susanna, Catharine, Judith, Mary, and Elizabeth when of age. Wife Elizabeth and Adam were to have the plantation for nine years, as long as Adam behaved in a dutiful, industrious sober honest manner to his mother; if not (in the opinion of the executor), he was to be dispossessed.

At the end of nine years, the mill and 20 acres adjoining were to be publicly sold and of the remainder of the plantation, one third to go to wife Elizabeth and the rest divided among the children, reserving 150 pounds for the sons. "If there is or may be or will be any estate by my father Adam Horein of Flein near Heilbron, Germany, left to me." to be divided equally.

Tobias (II) and Samuel were to be sent to an English School and instructed until they knew the Rule of Three, (?) and the daughters to be sent to Dutch (probably Deutsch) schools until they could read Dutch perfectly, the schooling to be paid by his wife and Adam out of profit of the plantation. If any children died, his or her share would be divided equally. Wife was to have her share of the moveables. MICHAEL TROUTMAN of Frederick County to be executor. /s/ Tobias Horein. Witnesses were Thomas Johnson, William Lyons, and Hugh Kelly; acknowledged and probated October 30, 1773.

Descending Jacob’s Ladder, a genealogy history of the Troutman family by Thomas L. Troutman 1993, reports that John Michael Troutman (1739-1814) a large Kentucky land owner, administered Tobias estate in Frederick County.

The inventory was taken November 20, 1773 by Thomas Johnson and George Bril and signed by Elizabeth Horine (by mark), it included 1 wagon, 4 wagon wheels, 2 horses and tack, 2 colts, 2 steers, several cows, 10 sheep, 10 geese, 6 shoats (?), 3 sows, wearing apparel, household goods, farming implements, beehives, windmill, a Bible and psalm book, a conk shell, total 168 pounds, 10 shillings, 5 pence. The inventory was attested to February 10, 1774. The executor filed his accounts November 8, 1774, which showed a balance of 204 pounds, 7 shillings, 7 1/2 pence. Charles Hedges witnessed.

Adam sold the 303 acre property October 10, 1786 to Michael Troutman for 55 pounds. Troutman must have had other powers as executor, on March 20 1783 he sold 73 acres of Schin Talir Gutt to Henry Staley, and on August 20, 1783 he had 40 acres of the tract re surveyed under the name "Troutmans Delight". One wonders if these sales were known by the heirs. On November 22, 1793, while living in Bullitt County, Kentucky, he gave his friend Joseph Swearingen power of attorney and in May 1796 sold Troutmans Delight, with other land to Jacob Staley. This property would eventually return to the Horine family."
Revolutionary War veteran.
Captain in the Maryland Militia.
Served with General George Rogers Clark 1780 expedition against the Shawnee indians.
1790 Frederick MD census
5 white males 16+
5 or 6 white males 0-15
4 white females
9 slaves
1810 Bullitt KY census
1 Male 10-15
3 Males 16-25
3 Males 26-45
3 Males over 45
3 Females 10-15
1 Female over 45
10 slaves
1810 Bullitt County, KY slave holder's list shows:
a Michael Troutman having 10 slaves
Bullitt Co. Deed Bk G p. 83
WHEREAS there issued from the Clerks office of the Bullitt County Court on the 17th January 1824 execution No. 764 returnable to the 6th day of March following in the name of Elizabeth FOWLER, Benedict P. S. FOWLER and John F. FOWLER, heirs and representatives of John W. FOWLER dec'd against John TROUTMAN, Michael
TROUTMAN, Peter TROUTMAN, Simon TROUTMAN, James CARRICO and Elizabeth his wife, Abraham TROUTMAN, John PATTERSON and Rebecca his wife, Isaac TROUTMAN, Jacob TROUTMAN, Jonathan SIMMONS and Mary his wife, Philip
B. TROUTMAN, Lewis BROWN and Margaret his wife, and Catharine TROUTMAN, heirs and representatives of Michael TROUTMAN, dec'd for the Sum of One hundred and forty four dollars Damages and Sixty five dollars nine and one half Cents which execution was endorsed for Bank paper agreeably to the act of assembly and which Execution was placed in the hands of Ephraim K. WILLSON, Deputy Sheriff for Jesse WILSON, Sheriff of Bullitt County to levy and execute as will appear by the following and or ---- thereon Came to hand 17 January 1824 at 10 Oclock A. M., E. K WILLSON D.S. for Jesse WILLSON S B C by which Execution and the direction & Wanting of Philip B. TROUTMAN one of the Excrs. of said Michael TROUTMAN Dec'd the said Ephraim K. WILLSON did levy the Same on Seven hundred and ten acres of land in Bullitt County including the plantation whereon Michael TROUTMAN dec'd formerly lived also one thousand acres of land adjoining the Said tract of Seven hundred acres and after advertising the same according to Law did on the 16th day of March 1824 publically sell the said Tract of 710 acres of land including the plantation whereon the said Michael TROUTMAN lived to Sophia WETHERS at and for the Sum of Twenty Dollars she being the highest bidder and also on the Same day at the Same place did publically sell the said Sophia WITHERS the said Tract of One thousand acres of Land at and for the Sum of Sixteen Dollars the Said Sophia WITHERS being the highest bidder...the tract of land was given up by Philip B. TROUTMAN Excr. sold on the premises between the hours of Eleven Oclock AM and three Oclock PM and Sophia WITHERS became the purchaser of same and paid the money in hand to Henry CRIST by virtue of a transfer from Elizabeth FOWLER and the heirs of John W. FOWLER dec'd.

Recorded 26 May 1829 Bullitt Co. KY Court

(Who is the Simon Troutman mentioned in this as one of the heirs??)
Troutman Families Of Kentucky
by Evelyn Crady Adams

John Michael and George Peter Troutman, the pregenitors of the two Troutman families of Kentucky, were pioneers twice over. They established their first homes in the early 1760's slightly south of the Pennsylvania border in Frederick County, Maryland, where all of Peter's children, the most of Michael's and some of the third generation were born. In 1790 and 1791 Peter and his family settled in the bluegrass section of Kentucky. Michael came to Bullitt County, Kentucky, in 1792, but few of his children remained there. Although the family origin lies hidden in the lengthening shadows of two centuries, the tradition that Michael came to Pennsylvania with immigrant parents when he was a mere lad, and that he and Peter were brothers, is generally implied in numerous records.
The Middletown and Monocacy Valleys in northern Frederick County, Maryland, where Michael and Peter lived, were settled largely by immigrants who began to cross over from Pennsylvania about 1735 and from that year until 1752 some seven Troutmans are listed among the arrivals in Philadelphia from Rotterdam. OF these, one Hironimous Troutman has been erroneously referred to as the father of Michael Troutman of Kentucky. Michael, the son of Hironomous, died childless in Berks County, Pennsylvania, November 1, 1804. John Leonard Troutman, who came to Philadelphia from Rotterdam, September 24, 1751, and settled in the Monacacy Valley in Frederick County, Maryland, in 1754, was closely associated with Michael and Peter, but kinship is not defined.
John Michael Troutman was a man of indomitable spirit and high purpose. He made his way successfully first in Frederick County, Maryland, from the time when it was the outpost of British operations during the French and Indian War until long after victory crowned the American Revolution; and secondly, in Kentucky when it was little more than a wilderness. Both of Michael's marriages took place in Frederick County, Maryland. Nearly all of his children were born there; it has been said there were twenty-four, twelve by each marriage, but records of only eighteen have been located.

Michael and his family lived in Middletown Valley north of Frederick, Maryland, in Catoctin District known then as Upper Kittockton Hundred, where in 1775 and 1776 he was a captain in the militia and a member of the committee of observation of Frederick County. His military record extends from Maryland to Kentucky and back again to Maryland. During his interim Kentucky journey in 1780, he served in the Lincoln County militia in July and August, under Captain Parmenas Brisco in General George Rogers Clark's expedition against the Shawnees. Michael's stay in Kentucky, if brief, was long enough for him to take part in the brave defence of humble frontier habitations, lend a hand in road building, and enter claims for more than three thousand acres of land. On his return to Maryland he resumed his captaincy in the militia, and in 1781 and 1782 he received some three hundred pounds as directed by Intendants Orders.

in 1792 Michael established his new home about four miles from the future site of Shepherdsville in Bullitt County (KY).
Tax list of 1793 - assessed for 700 acres
Tax list of 1794 - assessed for 2500 acres
Tax list of 1796 - assessed for 2650 acres
Tax list of 1813 - assessed for 3743 acres
Listed on the 1800 Tax Census List for Bullitt County, KY

ESTATE SALE: Michael Troutman 1822, Bullitt Co., KY

18 Jan 1822 Bullitt County KY Will Book 1 p. 402

A list of property sold on the 18th day of January 1822 By the Executors of
Michael TROUTMAN dec’d being the property retained by Eliza HALL, late the
widow of Michael TROUTMAN

1 Clock P. B. TROUTMAN $41.50
1 Desk Jacob FRIDDLE 15.06 1/4
1 Close Press James J. DOZIER 15.25
1 Table James CARRICO 2.00 same for .75
1 wheel Absolom ---- (BESS?) for 3.00
1 Ditto James CARRICO 5.00
2 Baskets and Lot of old Iron Henry C. M. CARTMELL 2.00
1 Auger James ALEXANDER .25
2 Cleveses (or Cleveres)? Frances MARAMAN 1.50
2 of same and Dung Fork James ALEXANDER 2.00
R---- and Chisel Abraham TROUTMAN 1.87 1/2
Scales & waits James CARRICO 1.87 1/2
11 Chairs George W. SWEARINGEN 5.75
Bed, Bedstead and furniture Jonathan SIMMONS 15.75
Old Book Case - E. H. HAMILTON
Candle Stand P. B. TROUTMAN .75
Spool Sedwick SIMMONS 1.06
1 Hackle (fine) Abraham TROUTMAN .75
1 Ditto (course) Benjamin WELLER 3.12
1 ? awl (?) chain P. B. TROUTMAN .50
1 Barrel of Buckwheat James ALEXANDER 2.57
10 old Barrells James ALEXANDER at 2 for 51 1/2 cents
? and Box and Hoops P. H. HAMILTON 2 for .31
Quilting Fraims James CARRICO .56 1/4
-------- ---- Hooks and Bands James CARRICO .50
Branding Iron James CARRICO .25
Bedstead and Bed furniture Lewis BROWN 16.25
Looking Glass William DENT .50
Sugar Desk Lewis BROWN 5.25
a Lot of old Books Isaac TROUTMAN 1.00 (?)
Lot of Pewter James CONNEL 8.24
Bread Basket, knives and forks James CARRICO 5.00
Tea ware James CARRICO .62 1/2
Coffee Pot and Bottle H.C. W. CARTMILL .75
Spade and Hardware Isaac TROUTMAN 2.00
1 pair big ----tuards Mortimer G. ROBBARDS 4.12 1/2
1 pair little ----tuards Jacob FRIDDLE 2.50
Tar and 2 barrels James ALEXANDER 1.87 1/2
Barrel ---rt P. B. TROUTMAN
4 Whisky barrels Frederick PENYBAKER (?) 1.00
1 Crout (?) Box James CARRICO 1.57 1/2
2 pair of Tongs and Shovel Isaac TROUTMAN 5.12 1/2
Big kettle Francis MARRIMAN 6.00
1 Ditto William DENT 3.62 1/2
1 pot Absolom BESS (?) 4.12 1/2
1 little pot James ALEXANDER 2.75
1 Oven same 2.00
1 Skillet Lilbourn SIMMONS .87 1/2
Frying Pan Skinner or Skimmer & Flesh --- W. DENT .75
Pot , ------ Tea kettle Geo. SWEARENGEN 4.50
1 Tea Kettle James ALEXANDER 3.75
2 wedges Richard SIMMONS 2.25
1 Bell & Collar Richard SIMMONS 1.12 1/2
1 Washing Tub James ALEXANDER 1.00
1Churn James J. DOZIER .75
1 Buckett James ALEXANDER .85
1 Big Wheel E. H. HAMILTON 2.00
1 Reel John FURGESON
2 H---- James ALEXANDER 1.00
1 Scythe & Cradle Absolom BESS (?) 2.12 1/2
1 Loom & ------ (looks like Tackling?) James CARRICO 14.25
------- -------- SAUNDERS 1.00
------- John WILLIAMS .62 1/2
---------Nicholas H. _______ 1.25
1 plow William COLLINGS 10.14 1/2
1 Fifth Chain Frances MERRIMAN 5.62 1/2
1 Saw Tooth Harrow James CARRICO 4.00
1 Small plow Isaac TROUTMAN 6.00
1 pair of Stretchers John LEERIGHT 1.12 1/2
1 Log Chain Joel CARPENTER 5.25
Double trees John LEERIGHT 1.25
Grindstone David ALLEN 2.81 1/4
Cutlery Box Richard SIMMONS 3.00
Wheat Fan E. H. HAMILTON 25.00
Waggon and hinds (?) Gray William NEWCOURT (or possibly NEWBOULT) 65.50
Tannery tools P. B. TROUTMAN 7.00
Negro Man Fuller to Jonathan SIMMONS 425l50
Negro Boy Zobe to Abraham TROUTMAN 531.25
Negro Man Ben to Leonard TROUTMAN 751.00
Negro Woman Dorkis (?) and child to Kitty TROUTMAN 400.00
Negro Girl Abigail to Kitty TROUTMAN 412.00
Negro Boy Daniel to Kitty TROUTMAN $313.50

Total $3209.09 3/4

At a County Court held for Bullitt County at the Courthouse on this the 4th
day of February 1822 the Bill of Sale of the Estate of Elizabeth HALL, late
Elizabeth TROUTMAN, widow and Relict of Michael TROUTMAN was returned by the
executors on the property of the estate of Said TROUTMAN and ordered
recorded. Test. George F. POPE

p. 418 This day James ALEXANDER, Benjamin HUGHES & George H. POPE Came
personally before me the undersigned, a justice of the peace of (Bullitt )
County and made oath they Would agreeable to the best of their knowledge
settle with Phillip B. TROUTMAN one of the Executors of the Estate of
Michael TROUTMAN dec’d. Witness my had this 4th day of March 1822. Signed.

The Estate of Michael TROUTMAN, Phillip B. TROUTMAN one of the Executors
(the following appear to be debts paid out of the estate)

1816 amount paid on SHOPTAW’s Bond $149.25
following paid May 5th:

Paid Nath’l B. WOOD for Voucher No. $ 118.49 1/2
Ditto per Ditto 19.04 1/2
Ditto per Ditto 10.00
to HALBERT per bills .25
to John GREFFING (?) ad----- 1.25
Sheriff of Grayson County .50
Sheriff of Bullitt County 91.45
ditto on taxes due the estate 1.44
Thomas HEAD, Deputy Sheriff 3.00
J. HALBERT for (or per) Bill 50
F. W. L. GRAYSON, Clerk fee 2.64
John LEERIGHT 147.69
William W. G--- (GIVENSON?) 2.00
W. LEE, Sheriff 75.90 (?)
C HAMILTON bill 2.08
Jno LEE, Deputy Sheriff -----?
Clerk of Hardin Circuit Court -----?
William CALDWELL, Sheriff .62
HALBERT, Clerk fee Bill 8.45
J. MORGAN, D. Sheriff 1.21
J. LEE D. Sheriff .21
J. R. GARTHEN (?) 2.00
Wilford LEE per fee bill .20 & .50
Joseph HEDGES for ditto 12.06
John DORAN, D. Sheriff 1.89 1/2
Jno. E. HEAD, Constable 16.54
Clerk of Hardin Co. .56
Nath’l JEFFRIES 14.91 1/2
Geo. F. POPE per fee Bill 2.10, also 12.91 1/2, also 16.93, also 10.34 1/2

paid George F. POPE 13.63 1/2
F. W. GRAYSON 26.77 also 45.00
John REED, Clerk of Washington Co. 5.35
Sheriff - Sundry per bill 14.32
Jno LEE 5.13
James HALBERT, Clerk 3.11
William CALDWELL 6.00 also 1.62, also 1.38 (?)
Jacob SHAFER 5.40 1/2
William LAVELY (?) Constable 51.65
SHOPTAW 197.75

Service as Executor per ---- 133.75
To Commissioner collecting ----- 70.85

New Commissioners for settling accounts 3.00
Clerks Bill .73
Ditto 1.10 1/2
Ditto paid ------------ 83.50
Total 1732.40 1/2

Balance due Executor $557.47 1/2

Rodolphus BOOTHES note paid 6.05
David McKINLEY’s ditto 5.00
Wood PORTERFIELD’s ditto 4.95 also 8.20
Jacob HINKLER ditto 5.00
Edward DORREYS (?) (DONEYS?) 1100.00
William EVANS 1.00
Britain WHITE 1.75
Reason GRIFFENS 9.75
Joseph STILLWELL 1.25
Total 1180.93

We James ALEXANDER, Benjamin HUGHES, George F. POPE, Commissioners Appointed
by an order of the County Court of Bullitt COunty make a settlement with
Philip B. TROUTMAN as executor of the Estate of Michael TROUTMAN dec’d and do
certify that the foregoing is a Current (?) Settlement of Said accounts for
in the Voucher produced to the best of our knowledge being a blanace due the
Executor of Five hundred Dollars and fifty one Dollars and 47 1/2 Cents.
Witness our hand this 4th day March 1822


John married Rebecca Beard, daughter of John Beard and Unknown, about 1762 in Frederick County, Maryland. (Rebecca Beard was born on 25 Mar 1742 in Maryland and died about 1782 in Frederick County, Maryland.)


John next married Elizabeth Schrader on 4 Jan 1784 in Frederick County, Maryland. (Elizabeth Schrader was born on 30 Oct 1758 in Frederick County, Maryland, died on 5 Dec 1821 in Shepherdsville, Bullitt County, Kentucky and was buried in Saint Patrick Catholic Cemetery, Hardin County, Kentucky.)

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