In 1815, Solomon DeRossett, emmisary of Napoleon Bonaparte, settled in Floyd county, Kentucky.I do not have the name of his bride, however he fathered Jefferson and twins Tolbert "Tob" and James in 1830, and Solomon.Jefferson married July (pronounced Julie) Sizemore, their children unknown.Tolbert married a Meadows girl, first name unknown; their children were James and Tolbert "Tobby", any others unknown.James married victoria Gray, their children were John, James, Will Frank, Solomon "Coon", and Christopher "Lum" columbus.Solomon married a Lafferty girl, first name unknown, children unknown.Tolbert's progeny were Tolbert and James."Lum" married Minnie Sizemore, their children are Fred Marcum DeRossett Sr. (4-13-10), Joe, Thomas "T.J." Jefferson, Christopher "Chris" Columbus Jr., Theodore Roosevelt, Hillard Eugene, Alkie, Victoria (Whit), Ruth (Newton) and Velva.
Fred married Malta Wells, daughter of Kinsey Wells and Nellie Setzer.Their progeny are:Gerald Wells DeRossett (9-34), Nella Jo Derossett (6-36) (Gentz), Fred Marcum DeRossett, Jr.(12-44), and Minna Floyd DeRossett (6-46)(Bagley-Naujock).Gerald married Linda Hendricks from Lawton Oklahoma.Nella married Jerome Gentz from North Dakota, their children are Stacey and Kimberly.Fred Jr. married Marianne Elizabeth Lynch from columbia Pennsylvania, their children are Kara Michelle DeRossett (10-67) (Olson) and Laura Kristine DeRossett (1-71) (West).Fred later married Sandra Kay Goddard-Wolfe, producing no children.In 1991 Fred married Deborah Stanton Hartman, their child is Noah Wells DeRossett (8-93).Minna married richard Lee Bagley Jr. from Pomona, California, their child is richard Lee Bagley 3rd.Minna was widowed and later married Fred Naujodk, their child is Jennifer Naujock.
Joe, son of "Lum", married Leoda Leak, their children are Kenneth, Betty Jo and Donna Jean (deceased).
Fred Jr.'s daughter Kara married Jeff Olson in 1994.His daughter Laura married David Lee "Charlie" West in 1993, their children are Dallas Lee West (8-94) and Cheyenne (10-96).
That's about all I can come up with.