Early Pendleton County Tax Records

1879

Transcribed from FHL microfilm 358486.  Images from the microfilm were donated by Joy Fisher.




Report of Supervisor's of Tax, for 1879.

 

NAME

Acres

Assessed

Valuation Raised to

Bishop, W.E.
38
$275
$380
Culbertson, John J.
51
1000
1250
Colvin, Minor
Lot Fal.
500
750
Crawford, John
50
450
600
Crawford, James
118
1050
1180
Cookendorfer, M.D.
55
700
850
Cropper, John R.
84
800
1000
Cookendorfer, John B.
56
450
650
      do Catherine Pearl
60
500
700
Dougherty, John
100
900
1100
Bullock & Mullins
150
1100
1500
Fawcett, James W.
128
1500
1300
Fields, Charles L.
144
1150
1250
Houston, George
       Agt Baynum
49
350
550
Hamilton, Charles
56
400
500
Higgins, Owen
2
150
250
Koch, Chris
3 lots Fal
2000
3500
Lantry, Thomas
100
900
1000
      do.
53
415
5000
Lieseman, Antony
61
600
800
Murphy, Patrick
118
1075
1175
Mullins, B.B.
3
500
600
Morgan, John H.
3
75
100
      do
Lot Catawba
75
100
Hall, Mary J.
Lot Fal
1200
1500
Pendergest, Michael
60
475
575
Purdy, Robert
220
2000
2600
Scanton, John
100
700
900
Stitts, Conrad
41
300
400
Whalen, John
110
900
1000
Aulick, Theophilus
100
800
900
Gruelle, Isaac A.
220
1750
2000
Hall, Squire
200
1000
1200
King, Silas N.
400
4000
4400
Merrell, John S.
100
800
850
McKinney, F.T.
142
1150
1300
Parker, Mortimer B.
106
500
800
Woods, James
327
2900
3300
Allender, Geo. E.
60
500
600
Bonar, H.B.
200
2000
2200
Barnhill, John W.
100
900
1000
Cummins, Wm.
400
4000
4400
      do. wife
100
700
900
Cookendorfer, ElizA
100
700
900
Carney,Thomas
50
400
500
Dunn, John H.
41
375
450
Donnelly, Ellen
60
400
550
Fields, Sallie
150
1200
1350
Fardo, Wm
15
400
550
Fields, Milton
124
1050
1150
Harcum, E.B.
108
800
900
Henderson, John F.
61
425
500
Halfhill, John J.
137
1275
1400
Hendricks, John A.
70
650
750
do
66
500
650
do
50
400
do
90
700
850
Ringo, by Hendricks
108
800
1000
Morford, James
52
500
600
Marshall, Andrew
4
30
100
Markley, Moses
96
800
950
McGill, Antony
200
2500
2750
Poe, W.B.
184
1825
2200
Parnell, Thomas
60
475
550
Peters, Hugh M.
100
900
1000
Redenower, Philip
100
800
900
Wilson, John H.
125
100
1250
Wilson, Samuel
110
900
1000
Winston, A.G.
Mill lot
1000
500
Byersdorfer,, John
14
200
300
Bradbury, John
310
4000
5000
Carnes, H.J.
28
425
650
Daniels, Peter
59
600
700
Dicken, Elizabeth
200
2400
3000
Ellis, F.M.
83
900
1000
Fenton, Wm. E.
80
900
1000
Fausz, Jacob
26
500
750
Huddleston, Geo.
46
375
475
Northeim, Catherine
80
800
1000
Rouse, Michael J.
185
3000
3500
Schuetz, Michael
8
150
250
Byers, Dallas
142
1300
1500
Brann, W.A.
90
900
1100
Brann, J.J.
20
800
1000
Benson, James
85
650
850
Chowning, Admr Stowers
200
12,000
14,000
Coleman, Michael
76
600
750
Collier, Mary
110
700
500
Clemmons, James W.
45
350
450
Godman, Wm. W.
260
2200
2600
Hart, John M.
188
1880
2080
Henry, John L.
60
500
600
Jones, Simeon
8
100
200
Lowe, Nancy
68
1400
1600
Perry, Harry
81
650
750
Porter, B.F.
65
550
650
Thompson, Martin
150
1500
2000
Williams, Daniel
175
1150
1500
Johns, Robert
66
450
550
Lindar, John F.
15
180
280
Middleton, Bluford
74
300
700
Oder, John
313
3600
4300
Powers, Michael
67
525
625
Wynne, Johnathan
138
980
1180
Ammerman, W.T.
22
175
300
Can, John for wife
73
600
700
Doane, James
99
800
1000
Gulick, Wm.
520
5200
6200
Knorr, Geo.
50
1000
600
Purdy, James A.
147
1300
1450
Riley, Rachel
63
500
600
Soden, Joseph
5
50
150
Stenford, Robert
72
575
775
Wadsworth, John
157
1570
1870
Bradford, Agnes J.
60
900
700
Bush, Lucinda
100
500
800
Bush, Nancy
40
300
350
Bradford, Thos. K.
167
1800
2400
Kirby, M.F.
149
2230
1800
Nichols, Obadiah
71
560
700
Robbins, B.S.
Lot Fal
300
800
Wallage, Peter
20
400
800
Kirby, Lloyd
200
5000
3000

May 26, 1879
B.F. Hume
 
Geo. Lilly Supervisors
A. Lively  

 

     


Report of the Board of Tax Supervisors.  Falmouth KY May 22, 1879

Hon. W.J. Perrin
    We have carefullly examined the tax books for 1879 and have been in session 7 days; our session having been longer from the following causes.  First, we had completed the revision according to the usual method and were preparing to reture, when we were informed of a statute change that makes a revision of our work necessary.  On acting on such direction, and changing the books accordingly, our attention was drawn to a special act, the very latest, referring to a notification of those whose lists were to be affected, which made another alteration necessary.  We had the assistance of the Assessor during the first two days.  The large reduction in the Assessors valuation of real estate in Comparison with last year and our belief that such reduction was not warranted by the depreciation in land value, compelled us to raise more lists than it has been usual to raise, while we have in a few instances made a reduction when we found that justice required it.  We placed the list of changes in the hands of the Sheriff on the 16th inst, directing that the parties by notified to meet the ervisors on the 22 inst, on which day we met and heard explanation from those in attendance.  Finding that there were no returns from four districts, we adjourned until Monday, the 26th inst, when we finally adjourned.

B.F. Hume  
Geo Lilly Supervisors
A. Lively  


 

 

 

 

 

 

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