Eleanor Frakes
Henry Frakes Jr.
Henry Frakes Jr.
1760 - 1801
Hannah Daugherty
Hannah Daugherty
1765 - 1814
Ruth Burress
Ruth Burress
1819 - 1878



1790 • French Revolution: Citizens of Paris celebrate the unity of the French people and the national reconciliation in the Fête de la Fédération.


Age: 20y
Tobias Hendricks (Job Burris's father-in-law) - 1810 United States Federal Census


Elizabethtown, Hardin, Kentucky, USA ⇓
They are living next door to an Abraham Murphy. Also living in Elizabethtown (although not on the same page) are Joseph and Thomas Burris. Living about fifteen pages away is Tobias Hendricks, the father of Job Burris's wife.
2 Sources ⇓
1810 Friedrich Krupp establishes a steel foundry in Essen.


Jun 22
Age: 21y
William Burres & Eleanor Frakes - Hardin, Kentucky Marriage Record from 1811


William Burress
Hardin County, Kentucky, USA ⇓
Eleanor Frakes's mother, Hannah Frakes, is present at the marriage. It only lists her name, not her relation, however it is most likely that it was her.
4 Sources ⇓
1811 • The Argentine Government declares freedom of expression for the press.


Aug 7
Age: 30y
William Burress - 1820 United States Federal Census


Little York, Hardin, Kentucky, USA ⇓
Also living in Little York is a Job Burris. On the same page, a Charles and David Dougherty are also living.
1 Source ⇓
1820 George IV of the United Kingdom ascends the throne on the death at Windsor Castle of his father George III (after 59 years on the throne), ending the period known as the British Regency. There will be a gap of 21 years before the title Prince of Wales is next used.