Event: Milit-Beg 1863 KY ~ Pvt.,
Co. C, 47th Regt., KY Infantry, Kentucky Union Volunteers, Civil
War; or was he the Aaron Pvt. in Co. C, 39th KY Infantry; or
Pvt. in Co. F, 49th KY Infantry?
Census: 1840 Harlan Co., KY, p.
115, called Aaron Brock Jr. to distinguish from his uncle by
Census: 10 Aug 1850, Clay Co.,
KY, in hh 218-218 as Aaron BROCK age 38 m b. KY $180, wife and
children all b. KY: Barbary 27, Nancy 10, Sally 8, Jemima 6,
Calvin 5, Aaron 4, James 3, Adron 2, and Gilbert 1.
In 217-217 were Ephraim Brock 35, wife Nancy 35, daughter Orrah
10, sons Jordan 8, Ephraim 7, daughter Elizabeth 6, son Shadrow
4, daughter Nancy 2.
In 216-216 were Shadarach Shepherd 24, Malinda 19, Barbary 1/12.
In 215-215 were Solomon Brock 25, Elizabeth Simpson 18, Andy
Simpson 3, Elijah 11/12.
Census: Jun 1860, Flat Rock, Clay
Co., KY, in hh 328-328 as Aron BROCK 40 Farmer $200 $200 b. Harlan
Cty KY, Barbry 40 Harlan Co., Calvin 18 Farm Labor Harlan Co.,
Amon 16 Harlan Co., Aron 14 Clay Co., James 12 Clay Co., Gilbert
10 Clay Co., Carlow 8 Clay Co., Washington 6 Clay Co., Elihue
4 Clay Co., Polly 2 Clay Co.
Census: 23 Aug1870, Manchester
P.O., Clay Co., KY, in hh 17-17 as Aron Brock 52 farmer $200-$300,
Barbary 51 housekeeping, Gilbert 18 works on farm, Carelo 16
m. works on farm, Washington 15 works on farm, Elihue 14 works
on farm, Malinda 12 at home, Martha 10 at home, Elijah 8, Dealey
3 f., and William Brown 20 works on farm; all b. KY (none over
8 could read or write); nextdoor lived Adron Napier 27 and wife
Rebecca 33 family. Listed again three days later in his brother
Amon's hh in Pct. 11 was Carlow Brock 18 works on farm, nextdoor
to their brother Shadrick.
Census: 1880 Leslie Co., KY, after
it was taken out of Clay Co.
Leslie Co., KY, Deeds, 11 Oct 1884, Book 2, pp. 66-67:
This Indenture made and entered
into this Oct the 11th day 1884 by and between AARON BROCK of
the County of Leslie and State of Ky of the first part and JAMES
BROCK of the County of Perry and of the Same State afsd of the
other part, Witnesseth that the party of the first part for and
In consideration of the Sum of $250 dollars unto him in hand
paid the Receipt of which is hereby Granted Bargained and Sold
unto JAMES BROCK a certain Tract or Boundary of land situated
lying and being in County of Leslie and State of Kentucky and
the old Henderson. Waters of the Beech Fork of the Ky. River
and bounded as follows to wit: Beginning on 2 pines near the
Top of a Ridge about 30 yds. from the same near the head of JOSEPH
HOBBS Hollow the N.E. corner to a 100 acre Survey made for SIMES
B. WILSON thence with a line of said 100 acres S65 W 100 poles
to 2 chestnut oaks and a black walnut on the Top of the divide
the JOSEPH HOBBS HOLLOW & the War Branch waters of the beech
fork and Middle Fork & thence N 12 E 60 poles to 2 chestnut
oak and a dogwood on the foresaid divide thence N46 W 26 poles
to chestnut oaks on top of said divice . . . to a stake in a
line of WM NORTH's survey . . . containing in all 150 acres more
or less to Have and to Hold with all Its appertenances unto JAMES
BROCK and his heirs and I AARON BROCK and BARBARY BROCK doth
warrant and defend the rights of said land from themselfs and
their heirs forever. the day and year first written.
Signed by his wifeAaron [X his mark] BROCK
Barbary [X her mark] BROCK
acknowledged before J. W. HOWARD, Leslie Co. Clerk, 11 Mar 1885