I may fit your bill.My maternal gradnfather was John William Dillehay, Sr. who was born in either McLean County or Daviess County in 1877 (d. 1968).He married F. White in the late 1800's and they had two children, Sennett Dillehay (d. 1972) and Geneva Aliene Dillehay (b. 1900, d. 1968).After his wife died, he married her younger sister, Beulah Josephine White (b. 1887, d. 1978) and they also had two children, John William (b.1923) and Alice Jane (b.1926).They lived in McLean and Daviess Counties with Owensboro being the last place of residence.Both John, Sr. and Beulah are buried in Owensboro. I know my grandfather had a brother, John Thomas who also had a son, Thomas Dillehay, who, as family lore has it, was a Baptist minister. Do you think this may be the same line you are working on?My father did a lot of work tracing the family history and, if this is the same line, I'll try to get those records and share with you what he compiled. As an aside, I, too, grew up in Louisville and spent my summers visiting my grandparents in Owensboro.