Richard A. Burchett:

Richard A. Burchett, son of Icel Burchett and Elizabeth, was born in 1836 in Kentucky and died on 28 Oct 1862 in Clinton Co., KY. at age 26.

Noted events in his life were:

Death: CSA, 1862, Clinton Co., KY.

Found on the Muster Roll of Ferguson's Company. During Champ Ferguson's trial, he is mentioned.

"Richard Burchett is represented on the roll as being killed in June, 1863, in Wayne County, Kentucky, when in fact he was killed in October, 1862, in Clinton County, Kentucky. I was along when he was killed. Burchett was killed before Ferguson appears in the roll as having been mustered, and such is my recollection." by Captain Dowdy

Census: 1860, Clinton Co., KY.

House #605

R.A. Berchett 23

Matilda 23

Lean 4

John A. 20

Barah M. 1

Richard married Matilda Marlow, daughter of Mark Marlow and Temperance Appleby, on 1 Sep 1854 in Clinton Co., KY. Matilda was born in 1836 in Kentucky. They had four children: Leann, John Albert, Bariah M., and William Cooper.

Noted events in her life were:

Census: 1870, Clinton Co., KY.

House #169

Matilda Burchett 33

Leann 14

John A. 12

Berah M. 11

William 9

Leann Burchett was born in 1855 in Kentucky.

John Albert Burchett was born in 1857 in Kentucky.

Bariah M. Burchett was born in 1859 in Kentucky.

William Cooper Burchett was born in 1861 in Kentucky.

Richard Burchett was identified in Ferguson's trial as member of his company from an undated muster roll labeled Document "P" in Ferguson's trial.

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