Aaron H. Brock (brother of Carlo)

(17 Mar 1845 Clay Co., KY-5 Dec 1925), son of Aaron N. Brock & wife Barbara Shepherd)


Copies of Photos Courtesy of Linda Harris Baker, great-granddaughter


 Aaron H. Brock at 23

 Rebecca McCoy on her Wedding Day in 1884 was 17


 Aaron H. Brock's tombstone

 James Albert Mills, WW I, whose daughter Effie Anna Mills md. Frank Brock (son of Aaron H. Brock & Rebecca McCoy), and friend


 Aaron H. Brock & 2nd wife Rebecca McCoy's Marriage License, 1884

Aaron H. Brock was the 5th-oldest child of Aaron N. Brock & Barbara Shepherd.

Pvt., Co. F, 49th Infantry, Union Army, Civil War

md. 1st Lucinda Pauley bef 1880 KY, 2nd Rebecca McCoy 1884 Wayne Co., WV, 8 children

He went to Wayne Co., WV by 1870, before his brother Carlo and 1st cousin Jordan went there abt 1874.

Aaron was 4 in his parents' 1850 census (Clay Co. KY) and 14 in their 1860 census (Clay Co., KY). In the 1870 census of Wayne Co., he was listed as 22 and wife Lucinda as 29, with a daughter Laura 7 (hers or theirs?), but he was actually 25 in 1870. He appeared on the census of 4 Jun 1880 at Butler Dist., Wayne Co., WV; in hh 61, as Aaron Brock 31 farmer b. KY, father and mother b. KY, wife Lucinda Brock 33 b. WV, both parents b. VA.


 Aaron H. Brock's youngest son Frank Brock & Effie Mills' Marriage License, 1927

Aaron H. Brock may have had a daughter Laura by 1st wife, listed as 7 in 1870 Wayne Co. census, but not in 1880 census (perhaps she was married by then). Other Children, grandchildren, & great-grandchildren of Aaron H. Brock & Rebecca McCoy:

Aaron is buried buried in "Robert Osburn Cemetery," on Camp Creek, East Lynn, Wayne Co., WV: "Arron Brock (1846-12/9/1925) h/o Lucinda (Pauley); 2nd Rebecca (McCoy); s/o Arron & Barbara (Sheppard) Brock"; cemetery has several unmarked graves.

 Following pages used by permission of Kenneth B. Tankersley, Ph.D., anthropologist, University of Cincinnati; a research associate of the Cleveland Museum of Natural History; Executive Board Member, Kentucky Native American Heritage Commission; and Executive Board Member, Kentucky Center for Native American Art and Culture: