and Millie Johnson
Goolsby Childers b about 1805 VA d between 1860 and 1870; s/o Abraham Childress and Elizabeth Roberts. Goolsby Childers m. 9 Feb 1926 Perry Co KY to Millie Johnson b about 1814 VA d 1860 Letcher Co KY; d/o Thomas Johnson. Children of Goolsby Childers and Millie Johnson;
1. Dolley Childers b about 1834
2. Dicy Jane Childers b 1835 KY d about 1875; m. 15 Oct 1852 Anthony Big Tony Hall b about 1830 Perry Co KY; s/o James One Eyed Jim Hall and Sarah Johnson.
3. Arta Childers b 1835 Perry Co KY; m. 2 Mar 1855 Letcher Co KY to Reuben Robert Hicks b 23 Sept 1836 Floyd Co KY d 1911 Greenup Co KY; s/o Reuben Robert Hicks and Christine Powers.
4. Abram Childers b about 1839 d between 1861 and 1865 in the Civil War; buried Breedings Creek, Knott Co KY
5. David Childers b about 1841
6. James Childers b about 1843 d about 1861 in the Civil War; buried Breedings Creek, Knott Co KY
7. George W Childers b 1844 KY; m. 14 Jan 1869 Perry Co KY to Nancy Jane Cornett b 1846 Perry Co KY; d/o Samuel Cornett and Mary Adams.
8. Frances Childers b about 1845
9. Goolsby Childers b about 1848
10. Elizabeth Childress b 30 Jun 1826 Pike Co KY d 12 Jun 1869 Russell Co VA; m. abt 1844 Russell Co VA to John Bunyon Counts b 4 Feb 1825 Russell Co VA d 27 Aug 1874 Russell Co VA; s/o Ezekiel Counts and Elizabeth Amburgey. John Bunyon Counts m. 16 Dec 1870 to Lavina Fleming b 24 Mar 1836 Beaver Creek, Floyd Co KY d 26 Nov 1906; d/o John Jackson Fleming and Mary Jane Mullins. Lavina Fleming m. Marshall G Keel b abt 1831 Beaufort, NC d 16 Sept 1863 Big Ridge, Wise Co VA (now Dickenson Co); s/o Harding Keel and Susan Tuten. Marshall Keel lived on Georges Fork. During the Civil War. Capt. Chase and Capt. Fultons Companies were ordered to West Virginia. Lt. John Fleming in Capt. Chase's Company ask his Brother-in-law Marshall Keel to Put on his uniform and go with them part of the way. On the first day out Marshall Keel was shot and killed at Big Ridge near Phil Fleming's by bushwhackers who were out to kill John Fleming and or John McFall. (Source: Dan Mohn)