I just noticed the dates 1770 to 1830 relating to Gov. Greenup. I do not know what these dates refer to as he was b. ca 1750 according to his stated age at death in 1818 in Kentucky newspapers.Around 1768/9 he appeard at the house of Col. Charles Binns, Virginia City, VA [this was the period when John Greenup sold Red Oake Slipe, the Maryland plantation]. In 1804 Gov. Greenup made a speech saying he had lived in Kentucky for 23 years, thus indicating he left Loudon Co., VA ca 1781-1782 [where he was clerk of court in 1778 and was a Lt. in 16th Regiment in 1777; later Col. in the Va. Militia]. In 1784 he was a surveyor in KY [from Filson's History of KY]; he was admitted to the bar in 1782 in KY, etc.In 1809 he offered himself as Gov. of Illinois Territory and was turned down. [I have a copy of the letter in his handwriting.]His will was filed in Will Book B, p. 320-324 in the Franklin Co., KY Clerk's office but the estate was still not settled in 1733.This can all be found easily in Kentucky records and nothing I have found has any relevance to the dates 1770-1830.