To: Douglas Whitlock,
Reference: Thomas Crews m. Mrs. DiICEY Blackwell.
The only person that I have found referred to as DICEY in Madison or Estill counties in Kentucky was a Dicey McQueen, daughter of John McQueen & Polly Allendell.
John McQueen filed for his Revolutionary War pension in Estill Co., KY and he was living in Estill Co., KY. The children on the pension application:
Edee, DICY, Thomas, Samuel, Ebbee, Nancy, Hannah, William, John, Polly, Sally, Betsy, and Annie. FPA S30577.
John McQueen b. 22 August 1761 d. 14 February 1855 Estill Co., KY.
This is the only time I have seen a woman's name as Dicey; her mother was deceased when Dicey's father John McQueen filed for his R.W. pension, 1854 Estill Co., KY.
Thomas Crews m. Mrs. Dicey Blackwell on 28 May 1801.
Bondsman, Daniel Williams
William Crews m. Rebecca Massie on 18 February 1801.
Bondsman, Thomas Shearer. Bride’s father, Silvanus Massie.
Groom’s rconsent, THOMAS CREWS
Randolph Blackwell m. Elizabeth Wooodruff on 16 November 1802.
Bondsman, Stephen Jett. Bride’s mother, DICEY CREWS.
Joseph Crews m. Nancy Morris on 21 December 1807, bond date.
Bondsman, Caleb Irvine.
Groom’s consent, THOMAS CREWS.
Bride’s step-parents, consent: William Corder & Mary Corder.
Thomas Crews m. Sally Blackwell on 31 January 1808.
Bondsan, Joseph Straughan.
Groom’s father: THOMAS CREWS.
Bride’s mother: DICEY CREWS.
David Crews m. Betsy Maupin on 29 September 1808, bond date.
Bondsman, THOMAS CREWS.
Bride’s father, Daniel Maupin. Groom’s father: THOMAS CREWS.
Thomas Crews m. Catherine Sappington on 12 February 1828.
Bondsman, Joseph Crews.