1. Nathanial Meek died in 1827 in Pulaski Co., KY. He is likely the person listed in the 1783-1786 tax lists of Morgan TWP, Washington Co., PA. He was listed in the 1790 census of Washington C., PA (1-6-3) In 1794 he signed an oath of allegiance in West Bethlehem TWP. He witnessed the will of William Iiams on 20 feb 1795 in Washington Co., PA. The will abstract mentions "land bought of Charles Barns and Nathan Meek executor."
Basil Meek born 1763 was in Clark Co., KY as early as Feb 1795 but leaves for Pulaski Co., KY after 1796. The 1799 tax list of Clarke Co., KY records the name Nathan Meek. It is not clear if this was Nathaniel or his son Nathan. In September 1799 Nathan Meek is taxed on 200 acres on Wolf Creek in Pulaski Co., KY. On 14 Aug 1800 Certificate #374 is issued to Nathan Meek. (A condition of the grant was to have lived on the land for one year.) In 1802 both Nathan and Nathan Jr. are listed in the tax records. Nathaniel appears to have transferred his land to his son William about 1815. 1816 is the last year that Nathan Sr. is recorded in the tax list. Some of Nathaniel's sons and prehaps Nathaniel himself relocated temporarily to Henry Co., KY.
The "Hoosier Journal of Ancestry" indicates that he came to Jennings Co., IN about 1816-1817 with other families from Pulaski County, including Basil Meek. He appears in the 1820 census of Jennings County.
Nathan returned to Pulaski Co., KY about 1822. His will was dated 9 Oct 1826 and probated 17 Sep 1827 in Pulaski Co., KY. He leave everything to his daugter Polly Spenser.
The reader should consult the Jennings Co., IN research by Gary Childs. The following children are often listed as the children of Jeremiah Meek born in 1739. However I believe this information suggests that these children were associated with Nathan.