Yes, Elizabeth & Robert were in Monroe County, Kentucky. Mary and Rachel, the oldest girls, were born in Virginia. I believe Andrew was born in KY 1816. Peter, William, Rebecca, and Jane were also born in Ky with Jane the last in 1824. The tax record from 1822-1827: 1822 shows Robert with no land, 3 horses, 3 children over 4 & under 14, 1 white poll over 21, $100 total value; 1823, 3 horses, children not a category; 1824, 4 horses, total value $150; 1825, 1 white poll, 4 horses, total value $200; 1826, 2 horses, retail store and tavern license, land total value $220; 1827 & 1828, no mention of store or tavern, 4 horses; 1829, land on East Fork entered in McWhorter name, survey by Akers & patent by Layne, 1 white poll over 21, 3 horses, $500 value; 1830, Elizabeth McBroom, 2 horses; 1833, Elizabeth McBroom, 3 horses; 1834, same, 2 horses; not listed after 1834. (There is an Elizabeth McBride listed for widow's benefits, and an Elizabeth McBride listed in 1831 tax record with the same amount of property as Elizabeth McBroom in 1830. There is no McBride on the tax list before or after and none on the census. Is it a mistake?)There was no tax record for 1832.
Robert is on the Monroe, Kentucky 1820 Census, p. 213; Elizabeth is on the 1830 Census, p. 396. 1840 Elizabeth is in Cole County, Missouri p. 87. Elizabeth bought land listed in the Bureau of Land Management Records and paid cash. In 1842, she sold it to John Morris. In Moniteau Deeds, the Morris' sold the land back to Elizabeth.
Monroe, KY is one of my "lost records" counties. The Robert in Ohio served in the War of 1812 and received bounty land. Our Robert may have served, but I didn't find a record of bounty land. Do you have their marriage in Washington Co, Virginia? 29 Sep 1808, p. 294.Janice