LEAVELL, Generation 7, Part 2


by JANE A. LEAVELL

529. JOHN P. LEAVELL (CORNELIUS GAINES, JOHN P., JOHN L., EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born March 25, 1850 in Ohio, USA, and died December 04, 1917 in Fayette County, Ohio, USA. He married FRANKIE VIRGINIA GAMBLE June 16, 1878 in Fayette County, Ohio, USA, daughter of GIDEON GAMBLE and EFFIE POPEJOY. She was born November 01, 1854 in Ohio, USA, and died November 23, 1922 in Fayette County, Ohio, USA. Burial: for both, Bloomingburg Cemetery, Bloomingburg, Fayette, Ohio.

Notes for JOHN P. LEAVELL:
PORTRAITS AND BIOGRAPHICAL RECORD, p. 282-3: John P., who was born March 25, 1850, is a graduate of the Ohio Medical College at Cincinnati, but did not long follow his profession on account of ill health, and is now farming in Fayette County. He is married, and has two children.

Census Report: 1880, Union, Fayette County, Ohio
John P. Levell, self, married, mw, 30, Ohio, farmer, Ohio, Ohio
Frankie V. Levell, wife, married, fw, 26, Ohio, keeping house, Ohio, Ohio
Blanch Levell, daughter, single, fw, 9/12, Ohio, Ohio, Ohio
Elizabeth Keik, other, single, fw, 21, Ohio, servant, Ohio, Ohio

Census record: 19 June 1900, Union township (part north of C&MURR), Fayette County, Ohio, by O.S. Nelson, pages 141B and 142:
303/313 Leavell, John P., head of household, wm, March 1850, 50, md. 22, OH, OH, OH, farmer, of
Leavell, Virginia F., wife, wf, November 1854, 45, md 22, 3/2, OH, OH, OH
Leavell, Carl G., son, wm, March 1885, 15, OH, OH OH, school 7 months
Leavell, Jessie, dau, wf, November 1886, 13, OH, OH, OH, school 7 months

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Union, Fayette, Ohio; Roll: T624_1179; Page: 13A; Enumeration District: 69; Image: 850.
John P Leavell...60...OH, OH, OH...farmer, general
Gamble V Leavell...56...OH, OH, OH
Carl G Leavell...25...OH, OH, OH...farmer, home farm
Jessie L Leavell...24...OH, OH, OH

LEAVELL, John P. Death date: 12/4/1917, Fayette County Volume #2444, Certificate #76964
Name : John P. Leavell
Titles :
Death date : 04 Dec 1917
Death place : Union, Fayette, Ohio
Birth date : 28 Mar 1850
Estimated birth year :
Birth place : Ohio
Age at death : 67 years
Gender : Male
Marital status : Married
Race or color : Caucasian
Street address :
Occupation : Farmer
Residence :
Burial date : 06 Dec 1917
Burial place : Bloomingburg, O.
Cemetery name :
Spouse name :
Father name : Cornelious Leavell
Father titles :
Father birth place : A.
Mother name : Emma Phillips
Mother titles :
Mother birth place : A.
GSU film number : 1984224
Digital GS number : 4021708
Image number : 1200
Certificate number : fn 76964
Collection : Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

More About FRANKIE VIRGINIA GAMBLE: Burial: November 25, 1922, Bloomingburg, Fayette County, OH

Children of JOHN LEAVELL and FRANKIE GAMBLE are:
.....i.....BLANCHE LEAVELL, b. Abt. 1880, Fayette County, Ohio, USA.
.....ii.....CARL G. LEAVELL, b. May 18, 1885, Bloomingburg, Fayette, Ohio, USA; d. May 19, 1911, Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio, USA.

Notes for CARL G. LEAVELL:
Name : Carl G. Leavell
Titles :
Death date : 19 May 1911
Death place : Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio
Birth date : 1890
Estimated birth year :
Birth place : Ohio
Age at death : 21 years
Gender : Male
Marital status : Single
Race or color : Caucasian
Street address :
Occupation : Farmer
Residence :
Burial date : 20 May 1911
Burial place : Washington Court House
Cemetery name :
Spouse name :
Father name : John Leavell
Father titles :
Father birth place : Ohio
Mother name :
Mother titles :
Mother birth place : Ohio
GSU film number : 1952986
Digital GS number : 4021104
Image number : 2811
Certificate number : fn 27522
Collection : Ohio Deaths 1908-1953
.....iii.....JESSIE LEAVELL, b. November 28, 1886, Fayette County, Ohio, USA; d. April 21, 1934, Columbus, Franklin, Ohio, USA; m. STEWART B. SMITH.
Notes for JESSIE LEAVELL:
Name: Jessie L. Smith
Titles:
Death date: 21 Apr 1934
Death place: Columbus, Franklin, Ohio
Birth date: 28 Nov 1889
Estimated birth year:
Birthplace: Fayette Co, O
Age at death: 44 years 4 months 23 days
Gender: Female
Marital status: Married
Race or color: Caucasian
Street address:
Occupation: At Home
Residence: Fayette Co., Ohio
Burial date: 24 Apr 1934
Burial place: ..., O
Cemetery name:
Spouse's name: Stewart B. Smith
Father's name: John Leavell
Father's titles:
Father's birthplace: Ohio
Mother's name: Virginia F Gamble
Mother's titles:
Mother's birthplace: Ohio
GSU film number: 1992993
Digital GS number: 4001897
Image number: 2774
Reference number: fn 23323
Collection: Ohio Deaths 1908-1953
530. BENJAMIN WARD LEAVELL (CORNELIUS GAINES, JOHN P., JOHN L., EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born May 12, 1856 in Madison Township, Fayette, Ohio, USA, and died August 09, 1930 in Mt. Sterling, Madison, Ohio, USA. He married INEZ GERTRUDE CLARRIDGE October 21, 1880 in Fayette County, Ohio, USA, daughter of EDMUND CLARRIDGE and ELIZABETH TIMMONS. She was born January 11, 1861 in Waterloo, Athens, Ohio, USA, and died July 09, 1949 in Lakewood, Cuyahoga, Ohio, USA.

Notes for BENJAMIN WARD LEAVELL:
A Republican, a Madison Township trustee, clerk, and treasurer, Ben was also at various state and county conventions.

HISTORY OF MADISON COUNTY, OHIO (1915), by Chester E. Bryan:
p. 327 says past masters of Mt. Sterling Lodge #269, Free and Accepted Masons, include B. W. Leavell and J. G. Loofbourrow.
Charter members of Mt. Sterling Chapter No. 74, Daughters of the Eastern Star, 1897, include Inez Leavell, B. W. Leavell, Hulda Loofbourrow, J. G. Loofbourrow

PORTRAIT AND BIOGRAPHICAL RECORD, p. 282-3: Benjamin Ward, who was born May 12, 1856, is also engaged in farming in Madison Township, is married and has three children. He of whom we write in politics was a true-blue Republican, and in township affairs had been Trustee, Clerk and Treasurer, and had represented his party in various county and State conventions.

Levell, Benjamin Ward, died August 9, 1930, Mt. Sterling, age 74 years, cause of death myocarditits, L-5, row 47 space 7.

Is this the B. W. Leavell who was a soldier in the 1880 census in Census Place Rio Grand, Starr, Texas ?
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
B. W. LEAVELL...Self...S...Male...W...23...OH...Soldier...OH...OH

Census Record: 12 June 1900, Madison township, Fayette County, Ohio, page 77
192/195 Leavell, Benjamin W., head, wm, May 1856, 44, md 20, Ohio, Ohio, Ohio, farmer, off
Leavell, Inez F., wife, wf, January 1861, 39, md 20, 4/3, Ohio, Ohio, Ohio, music teacher
Leavell, Harry G., son, wm, February 1883, 17, Ohio, Ohio, Ohio, school 9 months
Leavell, Paul E., son, wm, January 1887, 13, Ohio, Ohio, Ohio, school 8 1/2 months
Leavell, Frederick, son, wm, July 1890, Ohio, Ohio, Ohio, school 8 1/2 months
Junk, Dayton, servant, wm, October 1873, 26, single, Ohio, Ohio,Ohio, farm labor

Name : Benjamin Ward Leavell
Titles :
Death date : 09 Aug 1930
Death place : Mt. Sterling, Madison, Ohio
Birth date : 12 May 1856
Estimated birth year :
Birth place : Ohio
Age at death : 74 years 2 months 27 days
Gender : Male
Marital status : Married
Race or color : Caucasian
Street address :
Occupation : Farmer
Residence : Mt. Sterling, O.
Burial date : 11 Aug 1930
Burial place : Pleasant
Cemetery name :
Spouse name : Inez Leavell
Father name : Cornelius Leavell
Father titles :
Father birth place : O.
Mother name : Emma Phillips
Mother titles :
Mother birth place : O.
GSU film number : 1992272
Digital GS number : 4000571
Image number : 2921
Certificate number : fn 51647
Collection : Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

More About BENJAMIN WARD LEAVELL: Burial: Pleasant Cemetery, Mt. Sterling, Madison Co. OH

Notes for INEZ GERTRUDE CLARRIDGE:
HISTORY OF MADISON COUNTY, OHIO (1915), by Chester E. Bryan:
Charter members of Mt. Sterling Chapter No. 74, Daughters of the Eastern Star, from 1897 include Indez Leavell (B.W. Leavell) and Hulda Loofbourrow (J. G. Loofbourrow).

Levell, Inez Gertrude, died July 9, 1949, Lakewood, age 88 years, cause of death arteriosclerosis, L-5, row 47, space 4, Snyder FH.

Name: Inez Gertrude Leavell
Titles:
Death date: 09 Jul 1949
Death place: Lakewood, Cuyahoga, Ohio, United States
Birth date: 21 Jan 1861
Estimated birth year:
Birthplace: Waterloo, Ohio
Age at death: 88 years 5 months 18 days
Gender: Female
Marital status:
Race or color: Caucasian
Street address:
Occupation:
Residence:
Burial date:
Burial place:
Cemetery name:
Spouse's name:
Father's name: Edmund Clarridge
Father's titles:
Father's birthplace:
Mother's name: Elizabeth Timmons
Mother's titles:
Mother's birthplace:
GSU film number: 2247093
Digital GS number: 4109162
Image number: 01216
Reference number: 42255
Collection: Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

More About INEZ GERTRUDE CLARRIDGE: Burial: Pleasant Cemetery, Mt. Sterling, Madison Co. OH

Children of BENJAMIN LEAVELL and INEZ CLARRIDGE are:
.....i.....LILY M. LEAVELL, born 05 Feb 1882 Madison, Fayette, Ohio, USA per per Ohio, Births and Christenings, 1821-1962" at familysearch.org
1167.....ii.....HARRY G. LEAVELL, b. February 05, 1883, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, USA; d. July 30, 1953, Cleveland Heights, Cuyahoga, Ohio, USA.
.....iii....W. G. PAUL E. LEAVELL, b. January 1887, Ohio, USA; d. September 18, 1946, Wayne County, Ohio, USA.

Notes for PAUL E. LEAVELL:
Ancestry.com. Ohio, Births and Christenings Index, 1800-1962 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011
Name: W. G. Leavell
Gender: Male
Race: White
Birth Place: Madison, Fayette, Ohio
Birth Date: 1887
Father's Name: B. W. Leavell
Mother's Name: Innes Clarridge
FHL Film Number: 292636

Levell, Paul E., died September 18, 1946, Wayne County, age ?, cause of death cancer of lung, L-5, row 47, space 2, Snyder FH. Burial: Pleasant Cemetery, Mt. Sterling, Madison, OH

Per "Michigan, Death Certificates, 1921-1952" at familysearch.org
Name: W. G. Paul Leavell
Event Type: Death
Event Date: 15 Sep 1946
Event Place: Highland Park, Wayne, Michigan, United States
Gender: Male
Age: 59
Marital Status: Widowed
Birth Date: 21 Jan 1887
Birthplace: Ohio
Birth Year (Estimated): 1887
Father's Name: Ward Leavell
Mother's Name: Inez Clarridge
GS Film number: 001972940
Digital Folder Number: 005237842
Image Number: 00917

.....iv.....FRANK LEAVELL, b. 02 Jul 1888 Madison, Fayette, Ohio, USA, died 1890. Birth per "Ohio, Births and Christenings, 1821-1962" at familysearch.org See photo of tombstone at findagrave.com Plot: L-5; Row-47; SP# 1, Pleasant Cemetery, Mount Sterling, Madison County, Ohio, USA
.....v.....C. W. LEAVELL, female, b. 03 Mar 1889 Madison, Fayette, Ohio, USA
Ancestry.com. Ohio, Births and Christenings Index, 1800-1962 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011.
Name: C. W. Loofborrow [C. W. Leavell]
Gender: Female
Race: White
Birth Place: Madison, Fayette, Ohio
Birth Date: 3 Mar 1889
Father's Name: Ward Leavell
Mother's Name: Alta Clarridge
FHL Film Number: 292636
.....vi.....FREDERICK C. LEAVELL, b. July 05, 1890, Ohio, USA; d. August 14, 1923, Fayette County, Ohio, USA. 1Birth per "Ohio, Births and Christenings, 1821-1962" at familysearch.org
Levell, Fred C., died August 14, 1923, Fayette County, age 35 years old, cause of death appendicitis,
Burial: Pleasant Cemetery, Mt. Sterling, Madison Co. OH, L-5, row 47, space 3.

Name : Fred Leavell
Death date : 11 Aug 1923
Death place : Columbus, Franklin, Ohio
Birth date : 05 Jul 1890
Estimated birth year :
Birth place : Fayette Co., Ohio
Age at death : 33 years 1 month 5 days
Gender : Male
Marital status : Single
Race or color : Caucasian
Street address : 203 S. 5th St.
Occupation : Insurance Agt.
Burial date : 14 Aug 1923
Cemetery name : Pleasent
Father name : B.W. Leavell
Father birth place : Ohio
Mother name : Inez Clarridge
Mother birth place : Ohio
GSU film number : 1992389
Digital GS number : 4000585
Image number : 2552
Certificate number : fn 48772
Collection : Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

.....vii.....WALTER LEAVELL, b. 18 Jun 1901 Madison, Fayette, Ohio, USA. Birth per "Ohio, Births and Christenings, 1821-1962" at familysearch.org; d. February 09, 1975, El Paso, El Paso, Texas, USA.
Notes for WALTER LEAVELL:
Name: Walter Leavell
Death date: 09 Feb 1975
Death place: El Paso, El Paso, Texas
Gender: Male
Age at death: 73 years
Estimated birth year: 1902
Marital status:
Spouse's name:
Father's name: B. W. Leavell
Mother's name: Ines Clarridge
Film number: 2243706
Digital GS number: 4167392
Image number: 1330
Reference number: 18370
Collection: Texas Deaths, 1890-1976
531. HENRY LEAVELL (ROBERT, ROBERT, JOHN L., EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born February 08, 1824 in Ohio, USA, and died July 13, 1885 in Grant Township, Grand Traverse, Michigan, USA. He married (1) MAHALA SMITHSON December 14, 1843 in Grant Township, Grand Traverse, Michigan, daughter of DAVID SMITHSON. She was born Abt. 1825, and died Bef. 1850 in Liberty Township, Grant, Indiana. He married (2) MELVINA MORGAN June 15, 1851 in Grant County, Indiana, USA, daughter of JOSEPH MORGAN and MARY ?. She was born November 05, 1821 in Ohio, USA, and died December 13, 1888 in Grand Traverse County, Michigan, USA. See photos of tombstones at findagrave.com for Henry and Melvina Levall in plot 99 in Grant Township Cemetery, Grant Township, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, USA.

Notes for HENRY LEAVELL:
They moved to Michigan sometime after 1870.

1870 census for Penn, Cass, MI
Henry Levall...46...farm laborer...$500 personal...OH
Melvina Levall...43...OH
Sarepta Levall...18...IN
Samantha Levall...17...IN
Sarilda Levall...16...IN
Hester Levall...15...IN
Martha Levall...14...IN
Mahala Levall...13...IN
Joseph Levall...11...IN
Elizabeth Levall...10...IN
Robert Levall...8...IN
John Levall...3...IN
Albert Levall...1...IN

1880 Census Place Grant, Grand Traverse, Michigan
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Henry Level...Self...M...Male...W...56...OH...Farming...PA...PA
Melvina Level...Wife...M...Female...W...52...OH...Keeping House...OH...VA
Martha J. Clark...Dau...M...Female...W...24...IN...Sick For One Year...OH...OH
John Level...Son...S...Male...W...13...IN...At School...OH...OH
Albert Level...Son...S...Male...W...11...IN...At School...OH...OH
Mary Level...Dau...S...Female...W...9...MI...At School...OH...OH
Edward Level...Son...S...Male...W...7...MI...At School...OH...OH

Grand Traverse County Probate Court File Index
Surname, Given Name, Profile File, Probate Calender, comments
Levall Albert 600 minor, guardian is John Bisard
Levall Edward 600 minor, guardian is John Bisard
Levall Mary 600 minor, guardian is John Bisard
Levall Melvina (Mrs.) 599 administrator is John Bisard

Melvina died of pneumonia.
GRAND TRAVERSE CO., MICHIGAN DEATH INDEX
Name (Last, First Middle Extension) Date of Death Liber and Page Number
LEVEL, MALVINE 12-13-1888 Liber 1, page 078

Child of HENRY LEAVELL and MAHALA SMITHSON is:
.....i.....LYDIA LEAVELL, b. Abt. 1845, Liberty Township, Grant, Indiana, USA.

Children of HENRY LEAVELL and MELVINA MORGAN are:
1168.....ii.....SAREPTA ADELING LEAVELL, b. March 27, 1852, Indiana, USA; d. September 01, 1930.
1169......iii.....SAMANTHA EMMA LEAVELL, b. February 25, 1853, Indiana, USA.
.....iv.....SARILDA A. LEAVELL, b. February 14, 1854, Indiana, USA.
1170.....v.....HESTER ANN LEAVELL, b. February 15, 1855, Indiana, USA.
.....vi.....MARTHA JANE LEAVELL, b. April 12, 1856, Indiana, USA; d. June 17, 1880, Grant Township, Grand Traverse, Michigan, USA; m. ? PARKER.

Notes for MARTHA J. LEAVELL:
16 Dec 2005 message to ancestry.com's Indiana board from Jill Saither:
I am trying tofind the parents and siblings of this relative.
Mattie Lavelle Parker
b. February 1853 Indiana d. 4 August 1934 Jackson County Oregon
married to Jonathan Davis Parker 9 February 1878 Calhoun County, Iowa
Jonathan's dates are the following: February 1850 IN d. 31 July 1911 Jackson County, Oregon
The children that I am aware are the following
Charles Bently Parker b. 1885 WY d. 1923 Idaho
Archibald R. parker b. 1891 WY d. 1957 Oregon

Per Doris Baldwin, ancestry.com's message board for Indiana state, February 2006:

There was a death in OR Death Index for Roy Archibald Parker January 13, 1920 in Jackson Co. OR. He may be kin.

Also death for Archibald R. Parker in Jackson Co. OR 1957 (said N14, so could be Nov. 14).
Also death for charles Beatly Parker in Lewison November 12, 1923. Birth was Oct. 15, 1885.

World War 1 Draft Card on Archibald Roy Parker:
B. Oct. 3, 1890 in Wyoming. Registered in Jackson Co. OR June 5, 1917, age 26. He was born in Saratoga, Wyoming. He lived in Central Point OR. He was single and was a Private Detective. He served in Navy. Was tall, medium build, dark brown hair blue eyes. Disabilities were left leg paralized, and left shoulder dislocated.

WW1 Draft Card for Charles Belden Parker. He registered in Portland City, Multnomah, OR Sept. 12, 1918. He was born May 11, 1885. He was age 33.
Worked Northwest Steel in Portland. Wife was Tryphosia Nancy Parker. Lived at 1827 60th Ave.SE Portland, OR. Med Height and Build. Brown hair and eyes.

Mattie Parker died in jackson Co. OR August 4, 1934.
1880: Calhoun, IA Union twp.
John D. Parker, age 30
Mattie parker, age 27, wife.
Jonathan's parents lived next door.

1900: Carbon, WY Elec. Dist.
John D. Parker, b. Jan. 1850 IN. Ranchman, age 50 married 22 years.
Mattie Parker, age 43, b. Feb. 1857 married 22 yrs. 4 children 3 living b. IN
Charle B. Parker, son, age 14, b. Oct. 1855
Archie R. Parker, son, age 8 b. Aug. 1891.

1920: Jackson Co. OR Central Point
Mattie Parker Head own home no mortgage 66 WD b. IN Father IN Mother OH.
Archibald R. Parker, son, age 29 b. WY
Mary E. Parker, daughter-in-law, age 20 b. CA
Roy A. Parker, grandson 2 mos. b. CA
Emma Stober, sister, 65 WD b. IN Father IN Mother OH

1930: Redondo Twp. Los Angeles Co. CA hermosa Beach City.
Archibald R. Parker age 39 b. WY Father IN Mother IN
Independent Artist.
Wife & children also listed
Mattie Parker, Mother, 77 WD b. IN Father IN Mother, OH.

1171.....vii.....MAHALA E. LEAVELL, b. September 15, 1857, Indiana, USA.
.....viii.....JOSEPH LEAVELL, b. December 05, 1858, Indiana, USA; d. April 1898, South America.
1172.....ix.....ELIZABETH CATHERINE LEAVELL, b. February 17, 1861, Grant County, Indiana, USA; d. May 31, 1900, Saratoga, Carbon County, Wyoming, USA.
.....x.....ROBERT H. LEAVELL, b. June 30, 1862, Indiana, USA; d. July 30, 1906, Grant Township, Grand Traverse, Michigan, USA; m. (1) ELIZA SAXTON, December 25, 1886, Paradise, Grand Traverse, Michigan, USA; b. Abt. 1866, Canada, d. about 1896; m. (2) ALIDA M. MILLAND, October 19, 1890, Paradise Twp., Grand Traverse, Michigan, USA; b. Abt. 1868, Canada. By Saxton he had VERNIA LEAVELL, born Nov 1887 Fife Lake, Grand Traverse County, MI, married DANIEL PRATT.
Notes for ROBERT H. LEAVELL:
Marriage record in Liber 3, page 027

Groom's name: Robert H. Leavell
Groom's race or color (on document):
Groom's age: 24 years
Groom's birth year: 1862
Groom's birthplace: Grant, Co., Indiana
Bride's name: Elisskel J. Saxton
Bride's race or color (on document):
Bride's age: 20 years
Bride's birth year: 1866
Bride's birthplace: Canada
Marriage type:
Marriage date: 25 Dec 1886
Marriage place: Paradise, Grand Traverse, Michigan
Groom's father's name:
Groom's mother's name:
Father of bride's name:
Mother of bride's name:
Marital status:
Groom's previous wife's name:
Bride's marital status:
Bride's previous husband's name:
Additional relatives:
Film number: 2342478
Frame number:
Digital GS number: 4207634
Image number: 304
Reference number: v 1 p 362 rn 81
Collection: Michigan Marriages 1868-1925

1880 census Grant, Grand Traverse, Michigan
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Robert LEVEL... Other...S...Male...W...18...IN...Farm Laborer...OH...OH
Source Information:
Family History Library Film 1254578
NA Film Number T9-0578
Page Number 516B

Robert died of surgical shock after amputation of tubercular leg. Had one daughter. He served in the Civil War. (Impossible, given his date of birth.)

"Michigan Deaths and Burials, 1800-1995." Index. FamilySearch, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2009, 2010.
Name: Robert Levall
Birth Date: abt 1861
Birth Place: Indiana
Death Date: 31 Jul 1906
Death Place: Elmwood Twp, Leelanau, Michigan
Death Age: 45
Occupation: Farmer
Race: White
Marital Status: Widowed
Gender: Male
Father Name: Henry Levall
Mother Name: Wil...IA Morgan
FHL Film Number: 932155

.....xi.....JOHN LEAVELL, b. August 04, 1867; d. 24 June 1939 Washington, USA; m. ELIZABETH IRVING. His Burial: Plot: I.O.O.F. 1, 27 2 B of Shelton Memorial Park, Shelton, Mason, Washington. See tombstone photo at 47509830 memorial page of findagrave.com which incribed him as John Levell
Notes for JOHN LEAVELL:
(Is this connected?)
WASHINGTON DEATH INDEX
Name: John S Leavell
Date of Death: 23 Oct 1972
Place of Death: Oak Harbor
Residence: Oak Harbor
Gender: Male
Certificate: 022431
.....xii.....ALBERT LEAVELL, b. August 08, 1869, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, USA; d. September 21, 1892, Grant Township, Grand Traverse, Michigan, USA.
.....xiii.....MARY ITASCA LEAVELL, b. July 18, 1871 Kalkaska, Kalkaska, Michigan; died 03 Jun 1965 Seattle, King, Washington. On 28 Apr 1900 in Saratoga, Carbon, Wyoming she married JOHN CRIPE, born 06 Feb 1868 in Delphi, Carroll, Indiana, died 12 Apr 1947 Seattle, King, Washington. See findagrave.com photo of shared tombstone from Mount Olivet Cemetery, Renton, King, Washington, USA.
Sources include:
DAY FAMILY TREE at http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/12505117/person/12543726293 Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Saratoga, Carbon, Wyoming; Roll: 1826; Page: 9A; Enumeration District: 15; FHL microfilm: 1241826.
John Cripe...32...Feb 1868...IN, IN, IN...married 1 year...laborer
Mary I. Cripe...27...July 1872...MI, OH, OH...married 1 year

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Arcadia, Mason, Washington; Roll: T624_1666; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 0155; Image: 1301; FHL microfilm: 1375679.
John Cripe...42...IN, IN, IN...farm laborer, general farm
Mary I Cripe...37...MI, OH, OH...
Arbutus Cripe...8...17...WY, IN, MI...
Edward Cripe...6...17...WY, IN, MI...
Mary Cripe...2...17...WY, IN, MI...
Ethel Cripe...7/12...WA, IN, MI...

Source Citation: Year: 1920; Census Place: Allyn, Mason, Washington; Roll: T625_1934; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 154; Image: 10.
John Cripe...51...IN, OH, IN...farmer, home
Marry Cripe...48...MI, OH, OH...
Arbutes H Cripe...17...WY, IN, MI...dau
Edward L Cripe...15...WY, IN, MI...son
Marry Cripe...12...WY, IN, MI...dau
Ethel R Cripe...10...WA, IN, MI...dau
Annie L Cripe...7...WA, IN, MI...dau

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Port Angeles, Clallam, Washington; Roll: 2486; Page: 5A; Enumeration District: 23; Image: 215.0; FHL microfilm: 2342220.
John R Eldridge...29...IA, IA, IL...laborer, odd jobs...$12...married at 21
Arbutus H Eldridge...28...WY, IN, MI...married at 20
John E Eldridge...6...WA, IA, WY...son
Robert ? Eldridge...3 10/12...WA, IA, WY...son
John Cripe...62...IN, IN, IN...father-in-law...married at 32
Mary I Cripe...58...MI, OH, OH...mother-in-law...married at 29

1165.....xiv.....WILLIAM EDWARD LEAVELL, b. October 29, 1872, Cass County, Michigan, USA; d. April 16, 1948, Acme, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, USA.

532. ELIZABETH CATHERINE LEAVELL (ROBERT, ROBERT, JOHN L., EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born October 4, 1826 in Butler County, Ohio, USA, and died March 13, 1907 in Grant County, Indiana, USA. She married ROBERT HOWELL October 15, 1846 in Grant County, Indiana, USA, son of THOMAS HOWELL and MARY SMITH. He was born October 22, 1825 in Hackleman, Grant, Indiana, USA, and died February 11, 1906 in Grant County, Indiana, USA. They share a tombstone in plot C, Park Cemetery, Fairmount, Grant, Indiana. See photo at findagrave.com memorial page for Elizabeth Catherine Leavell Howell. But death date clashes with Indiana death below!

Notes for ELIZABETH CATHERINE LEAVELL:
1860 - Liberty, Grant, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Liberty, Grant, Indiana; Roll: M653_261; Page: 311; Image: 314.
Robert Howell...34...IN...farmer...$1600 real estate...$300 personal
Elizabeth C Howell...34...OH
Sarah Howell...12...IN
Edward Howell...9...IN
Martha Howell...7...IN
Hannah L Howell...5...IN
Wm J Howell...3...IN

1900 - Liberty, Grant, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Liberty, Grant, Indiana; Roll: T623 373; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 39.
Robert Howell...74...Oct 1825...IN, NC, NC...married 53 yrs
Elizabeth C Howell...74...April 1826...OH, VA, PA...12 kids, 9 living
William J Howell...42...June 1857...IN, IN, OH...married 8 yrs

INDIANA DEATHS
Name: Catherine Howell
Date: 14 Aug 1905
LOCATION: Hazleton
Age: 78 yr
Gender: Female
Race: W
Source Location: County Health Office, Princeton
Source Notes: The source of this record is the book H-38 on page 11 within the series produced by the Indiana Works Progress Administration.

Children of ELIZABETH LEAVELL and ROBERT HOWELL are:
.....i.....SARAH HOWELL, b. Abt. 1848, Indiana, USA.
.....ii.....EDWARD HOWELL, b. Abt. 1851, Indiana, USA.
.....iii.....MARTHA HOWELL, b. Abt. 1853, Indiana, USA.
.....iv.....HANNAH L. HOWELL, b. Abt. 1855, Indiana, USA.
.....v.....WILLIAM J. HOWELL, b. June 1857, Grant County, Indiana, USA.
1173.....vi.....GEORGE RILEY HOWELL, b. Abt. 1860, Indiana, USA; d. Abt. 1900.
1174.....vii.....JOHN HENRY HOWELL, b. August 30, 1861, Grant County, Indiana, USA; d. February 03, 1927, Grant County, Indiana, USA.
.....viii.....MAY L. HOWELL, born about 1867, Grant County, Indiana.
.....ix.....ISAAC N. HOWELL, born Feb 1869 in Grant County, Indiana, USA; d. 09 Jan 1965; buried in 4C of Park Cemetery, Fairmount, Grant, Indiana..
1175.....x.....LOREN FRANKLIN HOWELL, born Jun. 9, 1870, Liberty Township, Grant County, Indiana; died Feb. 1, 1920 Grant County, Indiana, USA. 533. EDWARD E. LEAVELL (ROBERT, ROBERT, JOHN L., EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born Abt. 1828 in Rush County, Indiana, USA, and died October 24, 1862 in Milliken's Bend, Louisiana, USA. He married ELIZA JANE ADKINS May 02, 1851 in Grant County, Indiana, USA, daughter of WYATT ADKINS and PHOEBE OAKES. She was born April 16, 1836 in Pittsylvania County, Virginia, USA, and died November 04, 1911 in Curtisville, Tipton, Indiana, USA.

Notes for EDWARD LEAVELL:
7 July 1860 census for Madison Township, Tipton County, Indiana
Edward Leavelle...28...farmer...$400...$400...IN
Eliza Leavelle...IN
Melville Leavelle...4...IN
John E. Leavelle...5/12...IN

Edward enlisted in the 54th Regiment of Indiana Volunteers, Company E, at Windfall, Tipton, Indiana on 24 October 1862. The muster rolls describe him as a farmer, born in Rush County, Indiana, 5'9", grey eyes, dark hair, fair complexion. From 26 April 1863, he was ill with chronic diarrhea, and he died 4 May 1863 at Milliken's Bend, Louisiana. Eliza received a pension of twelve dollars a month until her death.

PRIVATE EDWARD E. LEVEL;
BIRTH; 1828 . Rush IN
MUSTER IN; 30 OCT 1862 Indianapolis Marion IN
Enlisted 24 OCT 1862
DISEASE; 26 APR 1863 Miliken's Bend Avoyelles LA
Chronic diarrhea
MUSTER OUT; 4 MAY 1863 Miliken's Bend Avoyelles LA Stricken from rolls upon death
DEATH; 4 MAY 1863 Miliken's Bend Avoyelles LA
Van Buren General Hospital
BURIAL; 4 MAY 1863 Miliken's Bend Avoyelles LA Rinterred at Vicksburg National Cemetery; among 13,000 unknowns

Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Liberty, Grant, Indiana; Roll M593_317; Page: 124; Image: 250.
Eliza J Leavel...36...keeps house...$1090 real estate...$720 personal
Lawson M Leavel ...14...IN
John E Leavel...10...IN
George F Leavel...7...IN
Phebe Adkins...74...IN
Jacob Pry...14...works on farm

http://www.kokomo.lib.in.us/genealogy/pens83m.html
Pensioners on the roll January 1, 1883:
Pensioner ...P.O. ... cause ...mo. rate ... start date ... cert.#
Leavell, Eliza J ...Curtisville, Tipton ...widow ...$8.00 ............... 67,454

Notes for ELIZA JANE ADKINS:
1880 Census Place....Wildcat, Tipton, Indiana
Name ....Relation....Marital Status....Gender....Race....Age....Birthplace....Occupation....Father's Birthplace....Mother's Birthplace
Eliza J. Levil.... Self .... W .... Female .... W .... 44 .... VA .... Keeping House .... VA .... VA
Jackson Levil.... Son .... S .... Male .... W .... 20 .... IN .... Farm Hand .... IN .... VA
George F. Levil.... Son .... S .... Male .... W .... 17 .... IN .... Farm Hand .... IN .... VA
Icy D. Van Dorn .... GDau .... S .... Female .... W .... 6 .... IN .... .... OH .... OH

Who the heck is this grand-daughter Icy D. Van Dorn?

1900 census...Tipton County, IN
Marshall, Deborah (?)...Dec 1827...72...IN...IN...IN
Leavell, Eliza J. ...April 1835...boarder...69...VA...VA...VA

Children of EDWARD LEAVELL and ELIZA ADKINS are:
1176.....i.....LAWSON MELVIN LEAVELL, b. May 15, 1855, Tipton, Tipton, Indiana, USA; d. December 14, 1898, Curtisville, Tipton, Indiana, USA.
1177.....ii.....JOHN EDWARD LEAVELL, b. January 01, 1860; d. Aft. 1930.
1178.....iii.....GEORGE FRANKLIN LEAVELL, b. October 04, 1862, Tipton County, Indiana, USA; d. September 24, 1917, Tipton County, Indiana, USA.

534. LAURA JANE LEAVELL (ROBERT, ROBERT, JOHN L., EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born Abt. 1833 in Ohio or Pennsylvania and died 1926 in Texas, USA. She married DR. WILLIAM JACKSON April 18, 1850 in Grant County, Indiana, USA, son of JOB JACKSON and LYDIA PUCKETT. He was born October 30, 1829 in Randolph County, Indiana, USA. At findagrave.com see photo of Laura Jane Leavell's tombstone in Plot: BLk. 8, Lot 15, Gr 6 of Ebony Grove Cemetery, Mercedes, Hildalgo County, Texas

Notes for LAURA JANE LEAVELL:
William was dismissed from the Back MM on July 18, 1850 for marrying contrary to discipline. William and his brother Isom did not join the "Anti Slavery Friends" in 1844 when his parents and brother Hiram did, and were dismissed from the church. William and Laura were living next to his parents Job and Lydia in the 1850 census of Grant Co. William was aged 20 and Laura was l7.

1850 - Mill, Grant, Indiana
William Jackson...20...IN...farmer
Laura Jackson...17...IN

1870 - Liberty, Grant, Indiana
William Jackson...40...IN...farmer...$5000 property...$2200 personal
Laura J. Jackson...37...IN
Julie E. Jackson...17...IN...teaching school
Mary E. Jackson...6...IN
Arthur Jackson...4...IN
Lydia Jackson...70...NC

1880 Census for Marion, Grant County, Indiana
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
William Jackson...Self...M...Male...W...50...IN...Physician...NC...NC
Laura J. Jackson...Wife...M...Female...W...47...IN...Keeping House...PA...PA
Julia Crawford...Dau...M...Female...W...27...IN...Keeping House...IN...IN
Dwight Crawford...Son-in-Law...M...Male...W...32...NY...Carpenter...NY...NY
Glen A. Crawford...GSon...S...Male...W...6...IN......NY...IN
Louisa Crawford...GDau...S...Female...W...3...IN......NY...IN
Willard Crawford...GSon...S...Male...W...1...IN......NY...IN
Marietta Jackson...Dau...S...Female...W...16...IN...At School...IN...IN
Arthur Jackson...Son...S...Male...W...15...IN...At School...IN...IN
Lula M. Jackson...Dau...S...Female...W...7...IN......IN...IN
Henry Myers...Other...W...Male...W...53...BAVARIA...Railroad Hand...BAVARIA...BAVARIA
Martin Bowsman...Other...S...Male...W...21...IN...Works At Spoke Fac....OH...OH
Frank Evans...Other......Male...W...25...IN...Rr Hand...OH...OH
Joseph Dawson...Other...S...Male...W...23...IRELAND...Rr Hand...IRELAND...IRELAND

In 1900, Laura Jackson lived in Bowie County, Texas, with her daughter, Mary (Marietta), b. 1864, and son-in-law, Ben H. Brooks.
In 1910, Laura lived in Armore, Carter, OK with Marietta and Ben Brooks.

Children of LAURA LEAVELL and WILLIAM JACKSON are:
1179.....i.....JULIA J. JACKSON, b. 29 Jul 1852, Grant County, Indiana, USA.
1179A.....ii.....MARIETTA JACKSON, b. 16 July 1864, Grant County, Indiana, USA.
1179B....iii.....ARTHUR JACKSON, b. Abt. 1865, Grant County, Indiana, USA.
1179C.....iv.....LOULU M. JACKSON, b. 06 May 1873, Grant County, Indiana, USA. She d. 29 Jan 1942 in Los Angeles County, California.

535. EMELINE LEAVELL (ROBERT, ROBERT, JOHN L., EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born Abt. 1835 in Ohio, USA. She married JOHN A. SMITH January 20, 1853 in Grant County, Indiana, USA. He was born Abt. 1833 in Pennsylvania, USA.

Notes for EMELINE LEAVELL:
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
John A. Smith...Self...M...Male...W...47...PA...Farmer And Carpenter...PA...PA
Emeline Smith...Wife...M...Female...W...45...OH...Keeping House...PA...PA
Andrew J. Smith...Son...S...Male...W...19...MI...Teacher Of County School...PA...OH
Alice E. Smith...Dau...S...Female...W...15...MI...At Home...PA...OH
Phebe J. Smith...Dau...S...Female...W...13...IN...At Home...PA...OH
James P. Smith...Son...S...Male...W...10...IN...At Home...PA...OH
Sarah M. Smith...Dau...S...Female...W...6...IN...At Home...PA...OH
George R. Catton...Other...S...Male...W...21...MI...Teacher Of County School...MI...MI
1880 Census Place York, Elkhart, Indiana
Family History Library Film...1254275 NA Film Number...T9-0275 Page Number...191D

Children of EMELINE LEAVELL and JOHN SMITH are:
.....i.....ANDREW J. SMITH, b. Abt. 1861, Michigan.
.....ii......ALICE E. SMITH, b. Abt. 1865, Michigan.
.....iii.....PHOEBE J. SMITH, b. Abt. 1867, Indiana.
.....iv.....JAMES P. SMITH, b. Abt. 1870, Indiana.
.....v.....SARAH M. SMITH, b. Abt. 1874, Indiana.

536. JOHN LEAVELL (ROBERT, ROBERT, JOHN L., EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born December 02, 1835 in Bentonville, Fayette, Indiana, USA, and died February 25, 1915 in Echo, Umatilla, Oregon, USA. He married HESTER MARIA OLDACRE April 28, 1864 in Curtisville, Tipton, Indiana, USA, daughter of JACOB OLDACRE and MARTHA MCKEE. She was born November 02, 1842 in Indiana, USA, and died June 16, 1915 in Butter Creek, Oregon, USA.

Notes for JOHN LEAVELL:
John was in the Co. F, 11th Regiment of the Union Army of Tipton, organized under Ed. Wallace and in Co. G, 39th Regiment under Capt. John Stevenson. He was mustered out 20 February 1865 as a major.

McPherson Post No. 18, Traverse City GAR
NAME.....CO.....REGIMENT
Jno Leavell.....F.....11 IN

A photo of John from his service in Co. F is available at http://civilwarindiana.com/soldiers/reg008c.html

In 1870 they moved to Sonnett City, Michigan; in 1890 to Spokane, Washington. He died at Echo, Oregon, where he had lived for four years.

1880 Census Place Paradise, Grand Traverse, Michigan
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
John Leavell...Self...M...Male...W...44...IN...Farmer...VA...PA
Hester M. Leavell...Wife...M...Female...W...37...IN...Keeping House...OH...OH
Thomas G. Leavell...Son...S...Male...W...13...IN...At Home...IN...IN
Jennie M. Leavell...Dau...S...Female...W...13...IN...At Home...IN...IN
Lillian U. Leavell...Dau...S...Female...W...7...MI......IN...IN
Walter E. Leavell...Son...S...Male...W...5...MI......IN...IN

Grand Traverse Herald of 18 July 1889:
.....The farmers are very busy haying this week and last; the hay in this section is not a large crop this year.
.....Tom Leavell has his boiler engine and separator all fitted up in first class order, ready to begin threshing for the season.
.....There were ten cars loaded with bark at this station, Friday and Saturday of last week, and as much more to be loaded as soon as cars can be had to load.
.....Major John Leavell is a happy man; he has just received twelve hundred dollars back pension due him from the government. Uncle Sam is a good paymaster.

1900 census Peninsula, Grand Traverse County, Michigan
John Leavell...December 1836...64...IN...PA...PA
Hester Leavell...November 1842...57...IN...OH...OH
George H. Leavell...October 1885...14...MI...IN...IN

1910 - Spokane Ward 5, Spokane, Washington
John Leavell...74 ...IN, PA, PA...retired farmer
Hester M Leavell...67...IN, OH, OH...6 children, 5 living
Walter E Leavell...34...MI, IN, IN...station engineer, railroad

From: DAVEGP1 at aol.com
Date: Sun, 26 Jan 2003 14:36:09 EST
Hi Jane,
.....I have been to your web page at tripod.com but could not make a connection . So, I thought I would try this route and see if the information that I have is connected somewhere....
.....Lillian Erdine Leavell b: 22 May 1873, Walton, Mich. d: 24 July 1910, Newport, Washington. Father is John Leavell..... and mother is Hester Maria Oldacre. Would you by change have any info on this link?
.....Thanks for your help in advance..
.....Also, Lillian Erdine Leavell married Henry Isreal Vosburgh 14 May 1890 at Summit City, Mich.
.....Dave43333

http://www.wmgs.org/michigana/part_3.txt
WESTERN MICHIGAN GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY
c/o Grand Rapids Public Library
60 Library Plaza NE
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
KEY: first number is VOLUME, second number is (ISSUE), third number is PAGE.
LEAVELL, Hannah 6 (4): 4
Hester Marie 6 (4): 4
John (Major) 6 (4): 4
Lillian Erdine 6 (4): 4
Robert 6 (4): 4

http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/or/umatilla/cemeteries/echo-k-o.txt
abbreviations
b - Born
d - Died
s - Spouse
p - Parent/s
c p pg 38 bl 16 lt 6 = cemetary plot book page; cemetary block #, lot # g grave #
Leavell, Hester N Oldaker b 2 Nov 1842
d 16 June 1915 Butter Creek, Oregon
s John Leavell m 28 Apr 1864 Lipton, Indiana
cp pg 25 bl 4 lt 10

Leavell, John b 2 Dec 1835 Bentonville, Indiana
d 25 Feb 1915 Echo, Oregon
s Hester N Oldaker m 28 Apr 1864 Lipton, In
cp pg 25 bl 4 lt 10

More About JOHN LEAVELL & HESTER OLDACRE: Burial: Echo Cemetery, Umatilla County, Oregon, USA

Children of JOHN LEAVELL and HESTER OLDACRE are:
1180.....i.....JENNIE MARIETTA LEAVELL, b. June 1866, Indiana, USA.
1181.....ii.....THOMAS GRAHAM LEAVELL, b. June 17, 1866, Marion, Grant, Indiana, USA; d. October 16, 1916, Spokane, Spokane, Washington, USA.
1182.....iii.....LILLIAN ERDINE LEAVELL, b. May 22, 1873, Walton Junction, Grand Traverse, Michigan, USA; d. July 24, 1910, Newport, Pend Oreille, Washington, USA.
.....iv.....WALTER E. LEAVELL, b. Abt. 1875, Michigan.

Notes for WALTER E. LEAVELL:
1920 - Augusta, Lewis and Clark, Montana
Leavell, Walter E. ...44...MI, IN, IN...single...rents...can read/write...repairer of auto
1183.....v.....GEORGE HENRY LEAVELL, b. 5 October 1885, Michigan, USA; died 19 February 1943 Portland, Multnomah, Oregon. Wife: Frances Brandt of Pennsylvania.

537. ROBERT HARDIN LEAVELL (ROBERT, ROBERT, JOHN L., EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born Abt. 1840 in Madison County, Indiana, USA, and died July 14, 1884 in Grant County, Indiana, USA. He married (1) MALINDA JONES, called "Linnie," January 1, 1861 in Grant County, Indiana, USA, per findagrave.com. She died Bef. 1880 in Grant County, Indiana, USA. He married (2) EMMA HEFLIN September 20, 1883 in Grant County, Indiana, USA, daughter of REUBEN HEFLIN and SARAH MORRISON. She was born Abt. 1861 in Boone County, Indiana, USA.

Notes for ROBERT HARDIN LEAVELL:
Indiana Marriages, 1845-1920
Title: Marriage Records Volume II Book 7 (Apr 1882-May 1886) Book 8(Mar 1886-Jan 1890) Book 9 (Jan 1890-Mar 1893) Book 10 (Mar 1893-Nov1895) Book 11 (Aug 1895-Apr 1898)
Record Location: Grant County, Indiana
Compiled by--Grant County Genealogy Club
Spouse 1: Robert Leavell
Spouse 2: Emma Heflin
Marriage Date: 20 Sep 1883
County: Grant
Book: 7
Original Source Page: 225

This is second marriage of the groom
physio/medico of Marian County, Indiana
moved to Tipton Co.
committed suicide at brother-in-law's home in Marion and buried in Marion

She can't possibly be the Emma Adrey Heflin born 1861 in Boone Co. to Rheuben Morrison Heflin--she married Daniel H. Ottenberge 26 Sep 1883 in [city], Boone, Indiana, USA ! A Robert H. Leavell who was born Madison Co. 1840, died age 44 on 7-14-1884 in Grant Co. IN. Co. G. 39th Reg. I.V.C. and member of 8th Indiana Reg. discharged 21 July 1865, according to MARION CHRONICLE for 25 July 1884, quoted in Agnes L. Kendall's GRANT CO. IN RECORDS-NEWSPAPER ITEMS, 1949. The Madison Co. IN newspaper WEEKLY CHRONICLE of Friday, July 25th says he was born 1840 Madison Co., Civil War vet, died in Marion, Grant Co. IN age 44.

Private Robert H. Leavell of the 8th Cavalry, 39th Regiment, Company G Tipton: 29 August 1861--21 May 1862, disabled.

1880 census ....Census Place....Liberty, Grant, Indiana, Family History Library Film ....1254279; NA Film Number ....T9-0279, Page Number ....498D
Name ....Relation....Marital Status....Gender....Race....Age....Birthplace....Occupation....Father's Birthplace....Mother's Birthplace
Robert Levil.... Self .... W .... Male .... W .... 41 .... IN .... Physician .... PA .... PA
Lorrie E. Levil.... Dau .... S .... Female .... W .... 10 .... IN .... .... IN .... IN
Andrew J. D. Levil.... Son .... S .... Male .... W .... 7 .... IN .... .... IN .... IN
Nellie L. Levil.... Dau .... S .... Female .... W .... 2 .... IN .... .... IN .... IN

1880 Census Place Liberty, Tipton, Indiana
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
R. H. Level...Self...S...Male...W...35...IN...Physician...IN...---
Laura Level...Dau...S...Female...W...9...IN......IN...IN
Andrew Level...Son...S...Male...W...7...IN......IN...IN
Nellie Level...Dau...S...Female...W...3...IN......IN...IN 23

Children of ROBERT LEAVELL and MALINDA JONES are:
.....i.....FLORENCE I. LEAVELL, b. 30 Aug 1866, died 12 Sep 1876. She is buried in Sec 1 Row 1 Grave 2 of Nevada Cemetery, Nevada, Tipton, Indiana.
1184.....i.....LAURA ELAINE LEAVELL, b. March 20, 1870, Fairmount, Grant, Indiana, USA. See pictures of her at http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/6483919/person/5081380696?ssrc=&ml_rpos=21
.....ii.....ANDREW J. D. LEAVELL, b. Abt. 1873, Indiana, USA; d. September 12, 1882. Notes for ANDREW J. D. LEAVELL: Attended Liberty Township School #5 in 1882.
.....iii.....CATHERINE E. LEAVELL, b. 27 May 1875, died 25 Aug 1876, buried in Sec 1 Row 1 Grave 3 of Nevada Cemetery, Nevada, Tipton, Indiana. .....iii.....NELLIE L. LEAVELL, b. Abt. 1878.

538. MARGARET LEAVEL (JOSEPH ALPHONSO LEAVELL, BENJAMIN, JOHN L., EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born Abt. 1850 in Ohio, USA, and died 1917 in Wayne County, Iowa, USA. She married DAVID W. ULM, son of HATTON ULM and MARGARET PARSONS. He was born September 18, 1841 in Indiana, USA, and died December 15, 1899 in Oregon, USA.

Notes for MARGARET LEAVEL:
Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Atchison, Nodaway, Missouri; Roll: M593_795; Page: 506; Image: 355.
David W Ulm...27...IN...farmer...$400 real estate...$300 personal
Margaret Ulm...20...OH
Nevada Ulm...2...Iowa
Zana Ulm...1...Iowa

Ancestry.com. Iowa State Census Collection, 1836-1925 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2007. Original data: Microfilm of Iowa State Censuses, 1856, 1885, 1895, 1905, 1915, 1925 as well various special censuses from 1836-1897 obtained from the State Historical Society of Iowa via Heritage Quest.
1885
David W Ulm...42...IN...merchant
Margarett Ulm...37...OH
Nevada Ulm...17...clerk...female
Janez Ulm...16...clerk...female
William Ulm...14...male
Ella Ulm...9...female
Joseph Ulm...3...male
Alverado Ulm...6...female
Margarett Ulm...2...female
David Ulm...0...male

Ancestry.com. Iowa State Census Collection, 1836-1925 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2007. Original data: Microfilm of Iowa State Censuses, 1856, 1885, 1895, 1905, 1915, 1925 as well various special censuses from 1836-1897 obtained from the State Historical Society of Iowa via Heritage Quest.
Jan. 1, 1895
David Ulm...54...IN...Methodist...farmer ...J 15th Iowa Infantry Co.
Margeret Ulm...45...OH...Methodist...housekeeper
William Ulm...23...MO...Methodist...farmer
Joseph Ulm...17...Iowa Wayne...Methodist
Allie Ulm...15...Iowa Wayne...Methodist
David Ulm...10...Iowa Wayne...Methodist
Hugh Ulm...7...Iowa Wayne...Methodist

Civil War Pension Index: General Index to Pension Files, 1861-1934
Name: David W. Ulm
State Filed: Iowa (J15th Iowa Infantry)
application: 712739 certificate: 519483
Widow: Margaret A. Ulm

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Richman, Wayne, Iowa; Roll T623_464; Page: 8A; Enumeration District: 151.
Margaret A Ulm...45...Dec 1851...OH, VA, VA...widowed...10 children, 9 living
Ella Ulm...26...Aug 1873...IA, IN, OH...seamstress
Joseph S Ulm...22...June 1877...IA, IN, OH...schoolteacher
Edith Ulm...17...Oct 1882...IA, IN, OH...divorced...2 children, 2 living
David Ulm...15...Oct 1884...IA, IN, OH
Hugh Ulm...13...May 1887...IA, IN, OH
Ethel Shaw...9...Mar 1891...IA, IA, IA...grand-dau
Georgia Shaw...6...Sept 1893...IA, IA, IA...grand-dau

Name: Margaret Ulm
Census Date: 1905
Residence State: Iowa
Residence County: Jefferson
Locality: Fairfield
Roll: IA_93
Line: 51

Name: Mrs. M A Ulm
Birth Year: abt 1851
Birth Place: Ohio
Gender: Female
Race: White
Marital Status: Widowed
Census Date: 1915
Residence State: Iowa
Residence County: Wayne
Locality: Wayne
Mother's Birthplace: Virginia
Father's Birthplace: Virginia
Roll: IA1915_500
Line: 618

Name: Margaret A. Ulm
Death Date: 1917
Page #: 117
Birth Date: 1849
Cemetery: Humeston
Town: Richman
Level Info: Grave Stone Records of Wayne County, Iowa

More About MARGARET LEAVEL: Burial: Humeston Cemetery, Richman, Wayne County, IA

Children of MARGARET LEAVEL and DAVID ULM are:
.....i.....NEVADA ULM, b. Abt. 1868, Iowa, USA.
1185.....ii.....ZANA ULM, b. Abt. 1869, Iowa, USA; d. January 28, 1920, El Reno Ward 3, Canadian County, Oklahoma, USA.
1186.....iii.....WILLIAM F. ULM, b. July 1871, Nodaway, Missouri, USA.
.....iv.....ELLA ULM, b. Abt. 1876, Iowa, USA.
.....v.....JOSEPH S. ULM, b. June 1877, Iowa, USA.

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Amarillo, Potter, Texas; Roll 2384; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 4; Image: 109.0.
Joseph S Ulm...53...IA, LA, MO...married 23 years...own office, farm something-or-other
Sarah E Ulm...53...IA, OH, OH
Carmen E Ulm...25...IA, IA, IA
Mary K Campbell...30...TX, KS, TX...boarder
.....vi.....ALVERADO ULM, b. Abt. 1879, Iowa, USA.
.....vii.....EDITH ULM, b. October 1882, Iowa, USA.
.....viii.....MARGARET ULM, b. Abt. 1883, Iowa, USA.
.....ix.....DAVID ULM, b. October 1884, Iowa, USA.
Notes for DAVID ULM:
Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Randolph, Cedar, Nebraska; Roll T625_983; Page: 8A; Enumeration District: 50; Image: 349.
David Ulm...35...IA, IN, OH...single...own home...can read/write...
1187.....x.....HUGH ULM, b. May 27, 1887, Humeston, Wayne County, Iowa, USA; d. February 21, 1957, Lamoni, Decatur County, Iowa, USA.

539. REBECCA LEAVELL (JOSEPH ALPHONSO, BENJAMIN, JOHN L., EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born September 17, 1847 in Ohio, and died October 23, 1933 in Woodburn, Clarke County, Iowa, USA. She married WILLIAM H. JOHNSON August 27, 1865 in Iowa. He was born January 18, 1843 in Monrovia, Morgan County, Indiana, USA, and died September 04, 1921 in Woodburn, Clarke County, Iowa, USA.

Notes for REBECCA LEAVELL:
Rebecca LEAVEL - daughter of Harriet & Joseph Lee LEAVEL
b. 9/17/1847 in OH
m. 8/27/1865 to William H. JOHNSON in IA
d. 10/23/1933 in New Virginia, IA
She lived most of her adult life in Clarke and Warren Counties in Iowa. I have information about the descendants of Rebecca that I would like to share. Lslycord at aol.com

GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC
CLARK COUNTY, IOWA
Johnson, William H, b 18 Jan 1833, Monrovia, Morgan Co, Ind, d 6 Aug 1925, New Virginia, Iowa, bur Woodburn Cem, father Thomas E, mother Lydia Davis, wf Rebecca Shird Leavel, enl Ottawa, I 15 Iowa Inf.

1880
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
William Johnson...Self...M...Male...W...35...IN...Farmer...IN...IN
Rebecca Johnson...Wife...M...Female...W...33...OH...Keeping House...WV...WV
Franklin Johnson...Son......Male...W...14...IA...Attending School...IN...OH
Deselva Johnson...Dau...S...Female...W...12...IA...At School...IN...OH
Calvin JOHNSON...Son...S...Male...W...5...IA...At School...IN...OH
Source Information:
Census Place Jackson, Clarke, Iowa
Family History Library Film...1254332...NA Film Number...T9-0332...Page Number...178D

More About REBECCA LEAVELL & FRANKLIN JOHNSON: Burial: Woodburn Cemetery, Clarke County, Iowa

Children of REBECCA LEAVELL and WILLIAM JOHNSON are:
.....i.....FRANKLIN JOHNSON, b. Abt. 1866; d. Abt. 1960, Osceola, Clarke, Iowa, USA; m. IDA MAE DUKE, September 04, 1898.
1188.....ii.....SYLVIA JOHNSON, b. Abt. 1868, Iowa, USA; d. February 25, 1903, Clarke County, Iowa, USA.
1189.....iii.....CALVIN BROOKS JOHNSON, b. March 02, 1875, Iowa, USA; d. June 25, 1945, Egbert, Laramie, Wyoming, USA.
.....iv.....ROBERT SIDNEY JOHNSON, b. February 12, 1886, Woodburn, Clarke, Iowa, USA; d. April 09, 1927, Chicago, Cook, Illinois, USA.

540. JOSEPH LEAVEL (JOSEPH ALPHONSO LEAVELL, BENJAMIN, JOHN L., EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born March 1858 in Monroe County, Iowa, USA. He married LILLIE WHITE January 19, 1881 in Osceola, Clarke, Iowa, USA, daughter of B. WHITE and ELIZA ?. She was born October 1856 in Ohio, USA.

Notes for JOSEPH LEAVEL:
from reprint of Clarke Co. History, Lewis Pub., Chicago, 1886. p. 84
.....JOSEPH L. BALDWIN, a successful farmer and stock-raiser of Osceola Township, is a native of Monroe County, Iowa, born in March, 1858, a son of Joseph and Harriet Leavel. His mother died when he was but thirteen months old, and he was shortly after adopted by John and Parthenia Baldwin. He passed his youth on a farm, and received his education principally in the common schools of his neighborhood, being reared to manhood in Clarke County.
.....He was united in marriage January 19, 1881, to Lillie White, daughter of B.F. and Eliza A. White, residents of Middleport, Ohio. His family now consists of two children, a son and a daughter--Clarence and Clara. Mr. Baldwin is classed among the most prosperous young agriculturists of his neighborhood, being now the owner of a fine farm of 240 acres, which is located on section 25 of Osceola Township. His land is all under excellent cultivation, his residence is comfortable and commodious, and his fine new stable and other farm buildings well adapted for the accommodation of his stock. In connection with his general farming he is devoting considerable attention to the raising of stock, making a specialty of thorough-bred short-horn cattle.
.....Mr. Baldwin takes an active interest in all enterprises which he deems for the good of his township or county. He has held the office of highway commissioner and has served as school director, and is at present serving as supervisor with credit to himself and satisfaction to his constituents.

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Osceola, Clarke, Iowa; Roll: T9_332; Family History Film: 1254332; Page: 166.4000; Enumeration District: 42; Image: 0748.
John Baldwin...61...OH, MD, Ireland...farmer
Parthina Baldwin...52...IN, KY, KY
Joseph L. Baldwin...22...IA, OH, OH...farm laborer...son adopt.
Dora Collier...9...IA, IN, IN...to raise
Alice Levell...16...IA, OH, OH...servant
Warren Williams...20...IN, IN, IN...farm laborer

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Osceola, Clarke, Iowa; Roll: T623 424; Page: 3B; .
Joseph Baldwin...42...Mar 1858...IA, VA, OH...married 1881...farmer
Lillie Baldwin...43...Oct 1856...OH, OH, OH...6 children, 5 living
Clarence Baldwin...17...July 1882...IA, IA, OH...at school
Clara Baldwin...15...Sep 1884...IA, IA, OH...at school
Ralph E Baldwin...13...July 1886...IA, IA, OH...at school
Edith Baldwin...10...Jan 1890...IA, IA, OH...at school
Emily C Baldwin...3...Sep 1896...IA, IA, OH

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Osceola, Clarke, Iowa; Roll: T624_397; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 34; Image: 54.
Joseph L Baldwin...52...IA, VA, VA...married 29 years...farmer, general
Lillie Baldwin...53...OH, OH, OH
Edith E Baldwin...20...IA, OH, OH...dau
Emily C Baldwin...13...IA, OH, OH...dau

1915 - Osceola, Clarke, Iowa state census
Joseph L. Baldwin...56...IA, VA, VA...farming...total earnings for 1914: $500...value of farm: $24000...encumbrance on farm: $10000

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Osceola Ward 1, Clarke, Iowa; Roll: T625_483; Page: 10A; Enumeration District: 44; Image: 723.
Joseph L. Baldwin...62...IA, VA, OH...own home...can read/write
Lillia R. Baldwin...63...OH, OH, OH...wife...can read/write

Ancestry.com. Iowa State Census Collection, 1836-1925 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2007. Original data: Microfilm of Iowa State Censuses, 1856, 1885, 1895, 1905, 1915, 1925 as well various special censuses from 1836-1897 obtained from the State Historical Society of Iowa via Heritage Quest.
1 Jan 1925 Osceola, Clarke, IA
Joseph L Baldwin...66...IA, OH, VA...mother: Harriet Beans...father: Joseph L. Baldwin
Lilly Baldwin...68...OH, OH, OH...mother: Eliza A. Giles...father: Benjamin F. White

Children of JOSEPH LEAVEL and LILLIE WHITE are:
1190.....i.....J. CLARENCE BALDWIN, b. July 1882, Osceola, Clarke, Iowa, USA.
.....ii.....CLARA BALDWIN, b. September 1884, Osceola, Clarke, Iowa, USA.
1191.....iii.....RALPH E. BALDWIN, b. July 1886, Osceola, Clarke, Iowa, USA.
.....iv.....EDITH BALDWIN, b. January 1890, Osceola, Clarke, Iowa, USA.
.....v.....EMILY C. BALDWIN, b. September 1896, Osceola, Clarke, Iowa, USA.

541. BENJAMIN WARD LEAVELL (BENJAMIN WARD, BENJAMIN, JOHN L., EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born March 08, 1857 in Piqua, Miami, Ohio, USA, and died 1907 in Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona, USA. Tombstone just says "Major Benjamin W. Leavell, U.S. Army". Burial: Tempe Double Butte Cemetery, Tempe, Maricopa County, Arizona, USA. He married MARY JOSEPHINE HOUSE Abt. 1885 in Delaware County, Ohio, USA, daughter of RICHARD HOUSE and MARY COOK. She was born April 13, 1864 in Cardington, Morrow, Ohio, USA, and died January 14, 1905 in Silver City, New Mexico, USA. A May J. H., wife of B. W. Leavell, died 1/14/1905 and was buried at Ft. Huachuca Post Cemetery in Arizona, section 4, site 6 1/2. See tombstone photo at findagrave.com

Notes for BENJAMIN F. LEAVELL:
Attended West Point Academy. Leavell, Benj. W., Major, U.S. Army, Civil War, is buried at Twin Butte Cemetery, Tempe, Maricopa, Arizona (W Broadway Rd At S 48th St., Tempe, AZ 85282).

Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Piqua, Miami, Ohio; Roll: M653_1010; Page: 58; Image: 118.
G V Dorsey...47...physician...$44000 property...$20,000 personal...OH
Laura P Dorsey...38...NY
Margaret MCC...22...OH
Mary MCC...17...OH
Walker MCC...10...OH
Evaline Dorsey...52...OH
Cate McCarty...18...Indiana...secretary
Benjamin W Levell...4...Ohio...$5000 real property...$? personal

Is this the B. W. Leavell who was a soldier in the 1880 census in Census Place Rio Grand, Starr, Texas ?
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
B. W. LEAVELL...Self...S...Male...W...23...OH...Soldier...OH...OH

1900 - Piqua Ward 1, Miami, Ohio
Benjamin W Leavell...43...March 1857...OH, OH, OH...Captain, U.S.A....married 15 yrs
Mary J Leavell ...35...April 1865...OH...2 children, 2 living
Mary C Leavell...10...Aug 1889...Arizona
Marjori Leavell...8...Sept 1891...OH
Mary J Honse...65...motherinlaw...OH
Belle Hamilton ...60...cousin...OH
Eva Mitchell ...23...servant...MI

Name Age Newspaper Section Page Date
LEAVELL, BENJAMIN WARD 50 Arizona Sentinal 3 04 SEP 1907
LEAVELL, COL. BENJAMIN WARD Gazette 1 28 AUG 1907
LEAVELL, COL. BENJAMIN WARD Douglas Dly Dispatch 7 30 AUG 1907
LEAVELL, COL. BENJAMIN WARD Journal-Miner 4 30 AUG 1907
LEAVELL, COL. BENJAMIN WARD Morenci Leader 1 31 AUG 1907
LEAVELL, COL. BENJAMIN WARD Republican 1 29 AUG 1907
LEAVELL, COL. BENJAMIN WARD Republican 5 31 AUG 1907

Benjamin W. Leavell retired from the Army as a Major on March 12, 1902. Broken in health as a result of the rigors of the war he came to Tempe to live. Shortly thereafter he was appointed Colonel, Arizona National Guard and designated Adjutant General of the Territory by Governor Alexander O. Brodie. Colonel Leavell entered the U. S. Military Academy as a cadet on July 1, 1875 and was appointed Second Lieutenant in the 24th Regiment of Infantry 13 June 1879. As a captain he served with the 26th Regiment of Infantry in the Spanish American War...The years of 1907 and 1908 were years for additional growth within the Arizona Guard. On August 26, 1907 Colonel Benjamin Ward Leavell, Adjutant General passed away.
--Pamphlet Number 870-5: Arizona Army National Guard, The First One Hundred Years. Compiled and Edited By Colonel (Ret) John L. Johnson

PRESCOTT WEEKLY COURIER, August 30, 1907
Death of Col. Leavell
.....Colonel Benjamin Ward Leavell, adjutant general of Arizona, died yesterday morning about 10 o'clock quite suddenly at his home in Tempe. He had been in ill health for several years, having contracted consumption while in the regular army, to which fact was due his retirement from the service, with the rank of major. It is said of him that he was at that time the youngest major in the regular army.
.....B. W. Leavell was a native of Ohio, and was 50 years old March 8. He entered West Point from that state July 1, 1875. After graduation, he was commissioned June 13, 1879, as second lieutenant, and was assigned to the 24th infantry,--Arizona Republican, Aug. 29th.
.....Col. Leavell resided in Prescott for a time, and made friends of all who met him. He leaves two daughters, aged 18 and 15 years.

Children of BENJAMIN LEAVELL and MARY HOUSE are:
.....i.....MARY C. LEAVELL, b. August 07, 1889, Arizona, USA.

1910 - Phoenix Ward 2, Maricopa, Arizona
Frederick H Hough...56...PA, NJ, MASS...retail merchant, furniture
Mary Hough...47...KS, NY, OH...6 kids, 4 living
Mary Hough...22...KS, PA, KS
Carol D Hough...17...AZ, PA, KS
Frederick Hough...8...AZ, PA, KS
Mary Leavell...20...AZ, OH, OH...lodger...teacher, grammar school
1192.....ii.....MARJORIE LEAVELL, b. September 17, 1891, Ohio, USA; d. December 29, 1919, Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona, USA.

542. EDWARD BARTHOLOMEW JENKINS (ELIZABETH LEAVELL, EDWARD, JOHN L., EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born May 16, 1854 in Middletown, Marion, Virginia, and died September 16, 1925 in Fairmount, Marion, West Virginia. He married CANZADA FRUM September 25, 1887 in Dodderidge County, Virginia, daughter of ANDREW FRUM and AFFA LAWSON. She was born September 08, 1860 in Dodderidge County, Virginia, and died May 29, 1943 in Fairmount, Marion, West Virginia.

Children of EDWARD JENKINS and CANZADA FRUM are:
.....i.....CECIL E. JENKINS, b. July 22, 1889, Fairmount, Marion, West Virginia; d. August 03, 1978; m. BERTHA ESTELL ADAMS, February 08, 1915; b. Abt. 1893.
.....ii.....MAUDE MAY JENKINS, b. May 11, 1892, Fairmount, Marion, West Virginia; d. July 01, 1958, Fairmount, Marion, West Virginia; m. CLEO DORSEY HARDEN, May 30, 1917, Fairmount, Marion, West Virginia; b. March 08, 1892, Smithtown, Monongalia, West Virginia; d. August 15, 1962, Fairmount, Marion, West Virginia. Notes for MAUDE MAY JENKINS: buried Beverly Hills Memorial Gardens, Monongala County, WV. 2 daughters
.....iii.....EDNA JENKINS, b. June 15, 1894.

543. WILLIAM RILEY JENKINS (ELIZABETH LEAVELL, EDWARD, JOHN L., EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born February 06, 1868 in West Virginia, and died July 02, 1943 in Clarksburg, Harrison, West Virginia. He married LAURA GERTRUDE REED Abt. 1927, daughter of ELMER REED and ELIZABETH ?. She was born March 13, 1908, and died June 20, 1950 in Harrison County, West Virginia. Notes for WILLIAM RILEY JENKINS: 4 girls

544. ALICE PRISCILLA LEVELL (JOHN QUINCY ADAMS, EDWARD, JOHN L., EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born August 09, 1868 in West Virginia, USA. She married CHARLES B. KNIGHT September 10, 1890 in Marion County, West Virginia, USA, born Harrison County, WVA on 26 January 1967, son of FRANCIS KNIGHT and REBECCA BARNES.

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Fairmont Ward 1, Marion, West Virginia; Roll: T623_1764; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 51.
Charlie B Knight...33...Jan 1867...WVA, WVA, WVA...married 10 years...R.R. conductor
Alfie P Knight...30...Aug 1869...WVA, PA, WVA
John W Knight...8...Mar 1892...WVA, WVA, WVA
Andrew L Knight...6...June 1893...WVA, WVA, WVA (That's Andrew Leonard Knight)
Robbert E Levell...22...Dec 1877...WVA, PA, WVA...boarder...office boy
next door to John Q. Levell family

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Indianapolis Ward 3, Marion, Indiana; Roll: T624_367; Page: 7B; Enumeration District: 0071; Image: 243; FHL Number: 1374380.
Charles B Knight...43...WVA, WVA, WVA...solicitor, Fire Insurance Co.
Alice B Knight..41...WVA, PA, WVA
John W Knight...18...WVA, WVA, WVA...
Andrew L Knight...17...WVA, WVA, WVA...
Andrew Coyle...27...Ireland, Ireland, Ireland...boarder...auto co.
Ernest Kaodel Jr. ...29...IN, Germany, USA...boarder...drugstore
Wm R Butterfield...23..MI, Germany, Germany...boarder...auto co.

Source Citation: Year: 1920; Census Place: Indianapolis Ward 7, Marion, Indiana; Roll: T625_453; Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 132; Image: 842.
Chas B Knight...53...WVA, WVA, WVA...rents...can read/write...
Alice Knight...51...WVA, PA, WVA...wife...actress
John W Knight...27,..WVA, WVA, WVA...son...repairer, automobile
Mittie Knight...29...TX, TN, TX...wife
Andrew Knight...26...WVA, WVA, WVA...son..bookkeeper
Ethel Knight...24...IN, IN, IN...daughter-in-law

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana; Roll: 613; Page: 14A; Image: 866.0; Family History Library Film: 2340348.
Chas. B. Knight...63...WVA, WVA, WVA...married at 23...decorator, contractor
Ollie Knight...61....WVA, WVA, WVA...married at 21

545. CLYDE W. LEVELLE (JOHN QUINCY ADAMS, EDWARD, JOHN L., EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born January 23, 1874 in Marion County, West Virginia, USA, and died April 11, 1913 in Cooke, Fairmount, Marion, West Virginia, USA. He married MAGGIE VANDERGRIFT May 18, 1895 in Marion County, West Virginia, USA. She was born June 1875 in Marion County, West Virginia, USA, and died April 14, 1913 in Fairmount, Marion, West Virginia, USA.

Notes for CLYDE W. LEVELLE:
Levelle, Clyde W. Clyde W. 5-18-1895 married Vandergrift, Maggie WVA, Marion Co. He 21, born Marion; she 20, born Marion

For some reason, their two daughters had been placed in a Catholic orphanage in Wheeling before the parents died. Sources include http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/t/r/i/Linda-Trinkle-IN/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0104.html

FAIRMONT TIMES, APRIL 13-1913 THURSDAY
…..Clyde Levelle, a well known young man of First Ward, died at Cook Hospital.
…..Mr. Clyde Levelle a well known young man of the city, died Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock, after an illness of short duration. Pneumonia caused his death. His sudden death came as a severe shock to his family and friends.
…..He died at Cook Hospital. The deceased was about 40 years old, he was the son of the late J. A. Levelle.
…..Mr. Levelle leaves his wife, besides two sisters, Mrs. Charles B. Knight and Mrs. Mamie Walters of Indianapolis, Ind.

FAIRMONT TIMES, page 8, column 1 and 2, Monday, April 14, 1913
SINGLE GRAVE TO HOLD REMAINS OF MR. AND MRS. CLYDE LEVELLE
…..Clyde Levelle died Thursday and his wife followed him Sunday. Both died of dred pneumonia. Both were employed at local hotel and lived on Mill Street.
…..Two hearses will lead a single funeral procession from First Ward Church to Maple Grove Cemetery this afternoon. They will bear to their last resting places Clyde and Margaret Levelle, members of once prominent families of this section, both of whom were victims of pneumonia. Clyde died early last Thursday morning. Mrs. Levelle passed away Sunday, she likely never heard of her husbands death. Her illness and the absence from Fairmont of near relatives, caused a halt in the funeral plans of the husband, the body being kept in a local morgue until relatives from an adjoining state arrived. They found instead of one body to inter, there were two. The cases are both pathetic.
…..The services will be from the Diamond Street M. E. Church at 3 oclock. A grave was dug at Maple Grove Cemetery.
…..Several days ago Mrs. Levelle fell down an elevator shaft at the local hotel where she was employed. Although cut and bruised and presenting a horribly blood appearance, when she was taken home, her hurts were not considered serious, she was thought to be improving by a neighbor woman attended her and no physician was called. Pneumonia developed with the sad results.
…..Last Wednesday night at a late hour, a well known young Fairmonter discovered Clyde Levelle very ill on the streets and hurried him to Cook Hospital. There he was found to have pneumonia and died before daylight next morning. He was 42 years of age and was survived by his widow and two children in Wheeling, West VA., plus two sisters in Indianapolis. Other relatives lived here. He was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John A. Levelle, prominent Fairmonters at one time.
…..His sisters in Ind. Were notified. Mrs. Charles Knight formerly of this place and a brother in law came to have the funeral conducted. They were delayed by floods and did not reach town until Saturday.
…..Upon awakening Sun, AM they learned that two instead of one funeral was to be held. Mrs. Levelle was 37 years of age. She and her husband were employed at the hotel, but maintained a home on Mill Street in the First Ward. After the accident to her, Mrs. Levelle remained at home and it was generally believed that she was recovering.
…..Sunday it developed that she had contracted pneumonia, and despite the kindness of the neighbors, possibly died from lack of medical attention.
…..Two daughters are residing in Wheeling West VA. And an effort was being made Sunday it have them come to their parents funeral. Musgrave and Sons will be in charge of the funerals, which will likely be attended by a large sorrowing throng, for the deaths remove from Fairmont, the last of what was one of the cities most prominent families.
…..Interment will be made in a grave next to an infant child of the couple who died some years ago.

FAIRMONT TIMES, April 15, 1913, page two, column 4
FUNERAL OF MR. AND MRS. CLYDE LEVELLE HELD YESTERDAY IN THE FIRST WARD
…..Many sorrowing friends and relatives gathered yesterday afternoon at the Diamond Street M. E. Church to attend the double funeral of Mr. Clyde Levelle and his wife Mrs. Margaret Levelle. Rev. Powers, pastor of the church conducted the services following which the two bodies were conveyed in two hearses, which led the funeral procession to Maple Grove Cemetery, where they were laid in a double grave.
…..The funeral was one of unusual sadness. The death of Mr. Clyde Levelle occurred last Thurday morning at Cook Hospital, and was followed early Sunday morning by the death of his wife, which occurred at their home on Mill Street in the First Ward.
…..Both were victims of pneumonia. Although Mrs. Levelle suffered severe injuries when she fell down the elevator shaft at the Tavern Hotel some time ago, which caused her illness, those later developed into pneumonia.
…..Efforts to bring the two young daughters of the deceased parents here from Wheeling to attend the funeral services failed, and there were no near relatives of the dead who were former prominent local families to attend the services yesterday afternoon.

Children of CLYDE LEVELLE and MAGGIE VANDERGRIFT are:
1193.....i.....HAZEL LOUISE LEVELLE, b. April 13, 1900, Fairmount, Marion, West Virginia, USA; d. May 20, 1981, Pittsburg, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, USA.
.....ii.....DOLORES LEVELLE, b. April 01, 1902, Fairmount, Marion, West Virginia, USA; d. August 13, 1987, Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, USA; m. JOHN HOLLERAN; d. September 20, 1976, Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, USA. They had a son, John Holleran Jr., known as Jackie, who was born 06 Mar 1939 in Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, and died Dec. 21, 1970 in Wisconsin, USA.

546. BESSIE MAY LEVELL (EDWARD E. LEAVELL, EDWARD, JOHN L., EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born May 03, 1875 in Elk Garden, West Virginia. She married ORTHA DILLION HARRIS August 10, 1892 in Burlington, Mineral, West Virginia, son of DAVID HARRIS and MARY ATHEY. He was born June 02, 1867 in Burlington, Mineral, West Virginia, and died December 22, 1946 in Elk Garden, West Virginia.

Child of BESSIE LEVELL and ORTHA HARRIS is:
1194.....i.....WALTER WILSON HARRIS, b. April 07, 1895, Elk Garden, West Virginia; d. May 02, 1940, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.

547. FLORENCE WILMA LEVELLE (MORGAN THOMAS, EDWARD, JOHN L., EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born Abt. 1874 in Fairmount, Marion, West Virginia, USA. She married FRANK J. CARRAHER.

Child of FLORENCE LEAVELL and FRANK CARRAHER is:
.....i.....ANNA VIRGINIA CARRAHER, b. June 26, 1910.

548. OLNEY BOLTON LEVELLE (MORGAN THOMAS, EDWARD, JOHN L., EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born May 25, 1879 in Marion County, West Virginia, USA, and died January 29, 1941 in Fairmount, Marion, West Virginia, USA. He married EDNA LEONORA MURRELL May 30, 1901. She was born May 17, 1882, and died 1967. Marriage record has his surname as Levelle. He was listed as a city mail carrier on Jacob's birth record. Maple Grove Cemetery, Fairmont, Marion, West Virginia, in section E.

Source Citation: Year: 1920; Census Place: Toledo Ward 15, Lucas, Ohio; Roll: T625_1411; Page: 10A; Enumeration District: 153; Image: 921.
Olney B Levells...39...WVA, WVA, WVA...traveling salesman
Edna S Levells...37...WV, VA, WV
Morgan Levells...15...WVA, WVA, WVA...
Francis Levells...11...WVA, WVA, WVA...
Martha Levells...5...WVA, WVA, WVA...

Children of OLNEY LEAVELL and EDNA MURRELL are:
1195.....i.....JACOB MORGAN LEVELLE, b. November 04, 1904 Fairmont, Marion, West Virginia, died 24 Jun 1983 24 Jun 1983 San Luis Obispo County, California. He married KATHRYN CONRAD.

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Lakewood, Cuyahoga, Ohio; Roll: 4638925; Page: 1B; Image: 873.0; Family History Library Film: 2341520.
Loretta C Cogan...37...OH, Ireland, VT
Elizabeth G Schmitt...29...OH, Ireland, VT...sister
Morgan J Levelle...26...WV, WV, VA...teacher, public high school...roomer
Kathryn E Levelle...24...OH, OH, OH...clerk, telephone...roomer

SOCIAL SECURITY DEATH INDEX
Name: Jacob Morgan Levelle
Social Security #: 527246065
Sex: Male
Birth Date: 4 Nov 1904
Birthplace: West Virginia
Death Date: 24 Jun 1983
Death Place: San Luis Obispo
Mother's Maiden Name: Murrell

.....ii.....FRANCIS ROGERS LEVELLE, b. January 26, 1908 Fairmont, Marion, West Virginia; m. LENORA HALL, January 26, 1936. He died in Riverside County, California, on 09 Feb 1988.
.....iii.....MARTHA MAY LEVELLE, b. May 25, 1914, Fairmont, Marion, WV; d. September 09, 1992, Columbus, Franklin, OH; m. MAURICE CHARLES KOBLENTZ, December 26, 1936, in the M. E. Church, Morgantown, Marion, West Virginia. He was b. July 23, 1912, Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio and died 13 Nov 1993 in Columbus, Franklin, Ohio, USA. Marion County marriage license says he lives in Franklin County, Ohio and is age 24, gives her names as Martha May Levelle. Maurice was State of Ohio Commissioner of Corrections, 1954-1970. Graduate of The Ohio State University. Father of David (Lynne) and Robert (Kathy) Koblentz. Grandfather or Geoff, Julie, Maureen and Robert. Preceded in death by his beloved wife, Martha.

549. FANNIE LEOTA LEVELLE (WILLIAM H., EDWARD, JOHN L., EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born October 27, 1867 in Fairmount, Marion, Virginia, and died October 03, 1943 in Marion County, West Virginia. She married GEORGE JOSIAH FLEMING October 10, 1886 in Watson, Marion, West Virginia, son of DARIUS FLEMING and MARY CHAMBERLAIN. He was born August 28, 1864 in Briartown (now Monongah), Marion, WV, and died July 06, 1943 in Monongah, Marion, West Virginia. At findagrave.com see their tombstone photos from IOOF Cemetery, Enterprise, Harrison, West Virginia, USA.

Children of FANNIE LEAVELL and GEORGE FLEMING are:
.....i.....EDWARD CHAMBERLAIN FLEMING, b. September 15, 1887, Monongah, Marion, West Virginia; d. June 08, 1974; m. SADIE CUNNINGHAM, April 09, 1912; b. Abt. 1891. But at findagrave.com see shared tombstone photo with Irene Fleming from IOOF Cemetery, Enterprise, Harrison, West Virginia, USA.
.....ii.....ELIZABETH MARTHA FLEMING, b. May 18, 1889, Monongah, Marion, West Virginia; d. September 27, 1970; m. WILLIAM A. MCLAUGHLIN onFebruary 25, 1907; b. 15 Jul 1872, d. 05 Dec 1926. At findagrave.com see their tombstone photos from IOOF Cemetery, Enterprise, Harrison, West Virginia, USA.
.....iii.....WINIFRED GRACE FLEMING, b. July 06, 1891, Monongah, Marion, West Virginia; d. February 16, 1971; m. HAROLD CAMPBELL FORTNER, October 25, 1907; b. 21 Nov 1889 Wood County, WVA, d. 04 Oct 1963 Monongah, Marion, WVA. At findagrave.com see their tombstone photos from IOOF Cemetery, Enterprise, Harrison, West Virginia, USA.
.....iv.....WILLIAM HARRISON FLEMING, b. November 19, 1892, Monongah, Marion, West Virginia; d. August 23, 1976; m. LEAFIE ?; b. Abt. 1896.
.....v.....INFANT FLEMING, b. Abt. 1895; d. Abt. 1895.
.....vi.....BONNIE IRENE FLEMING, b. November 09, 1896, Monongah, Marion, West Virginia; m. LEWIS B. HUGHES, October 29, 1927; b. Abt. 1892.
.....vii.....HOWARD DARIUS FLEMING, b. August 14, 1899. Wife VADA MORAN b. 29 May 1905, d. 16 Dec 1986. At findagrave.com see their tombstone photos from IOOF Cemetery, Enterprise, Harrison, West Virginia, USA.
.....viii.....FRED DOUGLAS FLEMING, b. April 05, 1902, Monongah, Marion, West Virginia; d. February 27, 1978, Fairmount, Marion County, Virginia; m. HAZEL R. CLEAVENGER (1904-1991). 3 daughters. At findagrave.com see photo of shared tombstone for Fred D. and Hazel R. from Rest Haven Memorial Gardens, Fairmont, Marion, West Virginia, USA.

550. ELZA FRANKLIN LEVELLE (WILLIAM H., EDWARD, JOHN L., EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born June 1872 in Marion County, West Virginia, and died July 03, 1958. He married CLARA THOMPSON February 22, 1899 in Marion County, West Virginia. She was born Abt. 1880 in Jackson, West Virginia.

Notes for ELZA FRANKLIN LEVELLE:
Levell, Ellzy Ellzy 10-12-1887 WVA, Marion Co. GRANTEE INDEX DEED 1842-1920 MARION COUNTY, WV. Heirs pg. 266-269 Vol. 42 James O. Watson to heirs of Sarah M. Leavell: Fanny L. Fleming,Ellzy Levell, Wayman Levell, Lucy, last three minor ch. Of Sarah dec'd and Wm. H. Leavell real estate situated near Central Station Doddridge County, WV. Wm. H. is guardian of the minor children

Levele, Elza F. Elza F. ...2-22-1899...married Thompson,Clara...WVA, Marion Co....Elza 26 born Marion, Clara 19 born Jackson

Child of ELZA LEVELLE and CLARA THOMPSON is:
.....i.....DOUGLAS LEVELLE, b. August 29, 1903.

Notes for DOUGLAS LEVELLE:
Douglas LEVELLE
Birth Date: 29 Aug 1903
Death Date: Mar 1975
Social Security Number: 234-09-6129
State or Territory Where Number Was Issued: West Virginia
Death Residence Localities
ZIP Code: 26560
Localities: Baxter, Marion, West Virginia
Rivesville, Marion, West Virginia
551. ANNA JULIA SWEARINGEN (SARAH CATHERINE, EDWARD, JOHN L., EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born September 06, 1874 in Fairmont, Marion, West Virginia, USA. She married RICHARD SCOTT SPRINGER April 21, 1897 in Fairmont, Marion, West Virginia, USA, son of SWEDEN SPRINGER and HANNAH THOMAS. He was born March 17, 1870 in Marion County, West Virginia, USA, and died Abt. 1962 in Marion County, West Virginia, USA. More About RICHARD SCOTT SPRINGER: Burial: Union District Cemetery, Marion County, West Virginia

Children of ANNA SWEARINGEN and RICHARD SPRINGER are:
.....i.....FOREST LESLIE SPRINGER, b. January 15, 1898, Marion County, West Virginia.
.....ii.....LUCILLE SPRINGER, b. December 16, 1903, Marion County, West Virginia.

552. IVA ELIZABETH SWEARINGEN (SARAH CATHERINE, EDWARD, JOHN L., EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born June 12, 1877 in Fairmont, Marion, West Virginia, USA, and died February 27, 1945 in Fairmont, Marion, West Virginia, USA. She married JOSEPH M. GARLOW. He was born November 25, 1869 in Fairmont, Marion, West Virginia, USA, and died April 01, 1947 in Fairmont, Marion, West Virginia, USA.

Children of IVA SWEARINGEN and JOSEPH GARLOW are:
.....i.....NEVA AUGUSTA GARLOW, b. February 17, 1895.
.....ii.....JAY LEVI GARLOW, b. August 31, 1896.
.....iii.....JOHN DEWEY GARLOW, b. March 20, 1898.
.....iv.....CLARA EDITH GARLOW, b. November 26, 1899.
.....v.....MARTHA ANNA GARLOW, b. January 06, 1902.
.....vi.....THEODORE ROOEVELT GARLOW, b. February 13, 1904.
.....vii.....BENJAMIN FRANKLIN GARLOW, b. August 22, 1905.
.....viii.....VICTOR DALE GARLOW, b. September 12, 1907.
.....ix.....HOWARD RILEY GARLOW, b. April 20, 1910.
.....x.....ALICE MAY GARLOW, b. May 01, 1913.
.....xi.....

553. NANCY MARGARET LEAVELL (JAMES REED, JOSEPH, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born September 11, 1844 in Kentucky, USA, and died May 21, 1917. She married WILLIAM WALLACE DICKSON October 15, 1868. He was born December 01, 1839 in Kentucky, USA, and died December 26, 1903 in Georgetown, Scott, Kentucky, USA.

Notes for NANCY MARGARET LEAVELL:
SEE http://home.att.net/~karenlcox/FAMINDX.htm and http://home.att.net/~karenlcox/dat3.htm

Notes for WILLIAM WALLACE DICKSON:
1880 Census, Stamping Ground, Scott Co. KY. Family History Library Film...1254441, NA Film Number...T9-0441, Page Number...74A
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
William Dixon...Self...M...Male...W...39...KY...Black Smith...KY...KY
Nancy Dixon...Wife...M...Female...W...35...KY...Keeping House...KY...KY
James Dixon...Son...S...Male...W...7...KY......KY...KY
Martha Dixon...Dau...S...Female...W...5...KY......KY...KY
Catharine Dixon...Dau...S...Female...W...2...KY......KY...KY
Mary Dixon...Sister...S...Female...W...42...KY......KY...KY

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Magisterial District 5, Scott, Kentucky; Roll T623_550; Page: 6B; Enumeration District: 65.
William W Dixon...60...Dec 1839...KY, KY, KY...married 32 years...farmer
Nancy M Dixon...55...Sept 1844...KY, KY, KY...weaver (rag carpet)...3 children, 3 living
James Dixon...27...May 1873...KY, KY, KY...married 3 years...son...farmer
Martha Dixon...25...Jan 1875...KY, KY, KY...weaver (rag carpet)...dau
Lucy Dixon...26...Dec 1873...KY, KY, KY...daughter-in-law...2 children, 1 living
Margaret E Dixon...1...April 1899...KY, KY, KY...granddau

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Center, Rush, Indiana; Roll T624_377; Page: 10A; Enumeration District: 106; Image: 62.
Dexter Hammon...42...KY, KY, KY...blacksmith...m2, one year
Mattie Hammon...31...KY, KY, KY...m1, 1 year...2 children, 2 living
Laurence Hammon...14...KY, KY, KY
Samuel Hammon...12...KY, KY, KY
Katherine Hammon...4...KY, KY, KY
Hazel Hammon...2...KY, KY, KY
Nancy Dixon...65...KY, KY, KY...mother-in-law...widowed

Children of NANCY LEAVELL and WILLIAM DICKSON are:
.....i.....CATHERINE DICKSON, born about 1868 Scott County, Kentucky.
1196.....ii.....JAMES M. DICKSON, b. May 21, 1873, Scott County, Kentucky; d. August 26, 1963, Rush County, Indiana.
.....iii.....MATTA DICKSON, b. January 1875, Kentucky, married DEXTER HAMMON about 1909.
.....iv.....MARY DICKSON, b. Abt. 1878, Kentucky.

554. JOSEPH ALEXANDER AARON L. MCCLURE (ELIZABETH, JOSEPH, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) born 18 Oct 1842 in Boone County, Kentucky and died about 1876 in Indiana. Married Cleantha Allen 23 Dec 1862 in Daviess County, Indiana, USA. She was born 21 Aug 1841 Daviess County, Indiana, and died about 1886. He married ROSELIA H. POE on 05 May 1868 Boone County, Indiana. She was born Mar 1844 Indiana and died about 1903.

3/20/2012 from Crystal17855 at ancestry.com
...I just wanted to make a correction: This branch of the Leavell family had a propensity for outrageously long names. I believe that the full name of Joseph A A L McClure is Joseph Alexander Aaron L (Leavell??) McClure. His name is written into our family bible twice and both times it is referred to as "Joseph A A L McClure." No death date was recorded for him.
...And his sister's name is spelled Sary Amelia McClure in the bible. It is spelled that way twice. This is contradicted by the census record listing her name as Sarah. I don't know which is a nickname and which is the real name. Half-brother Charles William Henderson McClure did name one of his daughters Sarah which I presume was after his sister who died when she just age 18.
Children of JOSEPH MCCLURE and CLEANTHA ALLEN include:
.....i.....ADELINE MCCLURE, born about 1864 in Indiana.

Children of JOSEPH MCCLURE and ROSELIA POE include:
.....ii.....ELIZABETH MCCLURE, born Mar 1869 Indiana.
.....iii.....MARTHA ANN MCCLURE, born Apr 1870 Indiana, died 21 Jul 1924. On 25 Mar 1888 in Pike County, Indiana, she married ROBERT VINSON WILLIS, born Mar 1863 Indiana, died about 1948. Four children.
.....iv.....MARY MCCLURE

555. CHARLES WILLIAM HENDERSON MCCLURE (ELIZABETH, JOSEPH, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE), born 08 Apr 1851 Covington, Kenton, Kentucky, USA; died 09 Oct 1930; married LUCINDA ALLEN, b. 27 Oct 1851 Indiana, died Pike County, Indiana on 06 Dec 1887.

Children of CHARLES MCCLURE and LUCINDA ALLEN:
.....i.....IDA FLORENCE MCCLURE, born 18 Oct 1870, married OLIVER A. FLINT on 22 Feb 1888 Pike County, Indiana. Two children.
.....ii.....ADELINE SARAH MCCLURE, born 27 Jul 1872, married LON CHAPPELL.
.....iii.....ELIZABETH H. MCCLURE, born 20 Jul 1874 Pike County, Indiana, married WILLIAM W. HARBISON Abt. 1895. He was b. Aug 1873 Indiana and died 01 Mar 1901. Two children.
.....iv.....WILLIAM FRANKLIN MCCLURE, born 18 Jul 1876 PIke County, Indiana, and died there Abt. 1962. He married LOUISA PAINTER.
.....v.....LOU ETTA MCCLURE, born 09 Oct 1878 Indiana, married GEORGE C. MCDONALD, and died 05 Jun 1951 Santa Clara County, California, USA.
.....vi.....MARY EDITH MCCLURE, born 10 Jan 1882 Petersburg, Pike, Indiana, and died 11 May 1964 Sonoma, Napa, California, USA. In Nov 1908 in Tonopah, Nye, Nevada, USA, she married EDWARD LOU WRIGHT. He was born 14 Oct 1871 Monroe County, Georgia, USA, and died 27 Aug 1952 Santa Rosa, Sonoma, California, USA
.....vii.....CLARA ELLEN MCCLURE was born 29 Oct 1883 Indiana and died abt 1959 in Pike County, Indiana. She married CHARLES MYERS on 06 Jan 1910. He was b. about 1869 Indiana and died abt. 1925 Pike County, Indiana, USA.
.....viii.....ROBERT THOMAS MCCLURE was born 12 Aug 1886 and died 30 Sep 1886 Indiana.

556. SARAH ELIZABETH LEAVELL (EDWARD DRYDEN, JOSEPH, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born September 25, 1836 in Kentucky, USA and died 25 March 1917 in Hamilton, Caldwell, Missouri, USA. She married JACOB A. LEMMON June 30, 1858 in Linn County, Missouri, USA, son of GEORGE LEMMON and ELIZABETH AZLEY. He was born Abt. 1826 in Kentucky, USA. "Kentucky, County Marriages, 1797-1954" at familysearch.org says they were married on this date in Harrison County, Kentucky. She married (2) GRATTEN HENRY ATHERTON on 19 Apr 1888 in Hamilton, Caldwell, Missouri. He was b. 26 Jun 1823 in Waterford, Oxford, Maine, USA, and died 05 Jul 1911 Hamilton, Caldwell, Missouri. They had no children together.

Notes for SARAH ELIZABETH LEAVELL:
1880 Census Place Hamilton, Caldwell, Missouri
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Jacob A. Lemmon...Self...M...Male...W...54...KY...Carpenter...KY...KY
Sallie E. Lemmon...Wife...M...Female...W...43...KY...Keeping House...KY...KY
Mollie Lemmon...Dau...S...Female...W...26...KY...Works At Home...KY...KY

Child of SARAH LEAVELL and JACOB LEMMON is:
.....i.....MOLLIE LEMMON, b. Abt. 1854, Kentucky, USA.

557. JOSEPH MARSHALL LEAVELL (EDWARD DRYDEN, JOSEPH, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born March 18, 1841 in Scott County, Kentucky, USA, and died September 21, 1914 in Labadieville, Assumption Parish, Louisiana, USA. He married MARTHA JANE BOTTS March 13, 1871 in Clay Township, Linn, Missouri, USA, daughter of SETH BOTTS and MARIAH HARVEY. She was born November 23, 1849 in Linn County, Missouri, USA, and died December 28, 1932 in Chillicothe, Livingston, Missouri, USA.

Notes for JOSEPH MARSHALL LEAVELL:
1880 census, Census Place Parson Creek, Linn, Missouri, Family History Library Film...1254700, NA Film Number...T9-0700, Page Number...519C
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Joseph Lavell...Self...M...Male...W...39...KY...Farmer...KY...KY
Jennie Lavell...Wife...M...Female...W...20...MO...Keeping House...MO...MO
Estella Lavell...Dau...S...Female...W...8...MO...At Home...KY...MO
Hallie Lavell...Dau...S...Female...W...6...MO...At Home...KY...MO

1900 census Parson Creek, Linn, Missouri has Joseph, Martha J., Adelbert, and Gracie together.

Sources include http://users.legacyfamilytree.com/EvaGremmert/3/27066.htm

Martha Jane Botts Leavell's death certificate says she died of bronchial pneumonia; Mrs. Stella Litton was the informant.

His death certificate says Joseph, a retired farmer, died in Meadville, Linn County, Missouri of chronic nephritis. A. D. Leavell of Meadville was the informant.

Burial: 23 Sep 1914, Ogan Cemetery
Cause of Death: chronic nephritis
Medical Information: Missouri Death Certificate # 29692

Obituary:
.....Mrs. Martha Jane Leavell, age 83, died at 12:30 noon today at the home of her daughter, Mrs. N. H. Randall, with whom she had made her home since the death fo her husband, Joseph Leavell, 18 years ago. Her four children, Mrs. Stella Litton of Meadville, Mrs. Hallie Maple of Chelsea, Oklahoma, A. D. Leavell of Meadville and Mrs. Grace Randall were with her when she died. Arrangements for the funeral have not been made.
.....Martha Jane Botts was born at Meadville November 23, 1840, where she lived until her husband's death. She was a member of the family for whom the town of Bottsville, which was later changed to Meadville, was named. Funeral services for Mrs. Martha Jane Leavell, who died at noon Wednesday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. N. H. Randall, will be held at two o'clock Friday afternoon from the Baptist church at Meadville. Services will be conducted by the Rev. J. W. Trower of Chillicothe and burial will be in the Ogan cemetery.

....Martha Jane Botts, daughter of Seth and Louisa Boots, was born November 23, 1849 north of Meadville, and departed this life December 28 1932 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. N. H. Randall of Chillicothe, Missouri, at the age of 83 years, 1 month and 4 days. She was married March 13, 1871 to Joseph M. Leavell who preceded her in death some 18 years ago. To this union were born five children, namely, Mrs. Stella Litton of Meadville, Missouri, Mrs. Hallie Maple of Chelsea, Oklahoma, Adelbert D. Leavell of Meadville, Missouri, Mrs. Grace Randall of Chillicothe, Missouri, and a daughter who died in infancy.
.....When just a girl Mrs. Leavell was converted and united with the Parson Creek Baptist church and together with her husband was a faithful member as long as she lived in that community.
.....She is also survived by one sister, Mrs. Mary Allen of Kansas City, Missouri. She leaves twelve grandchildren and three great grandchildren, besides other relatives, and many friends.
.....Funeral services were held at the Meadville Baptist church December 30 conducted by Rev. J. W. Trower, music furnished by quartet consisting of Albert Botts, Harold Vanhorn, Miss Blanche Jones and Mrs. Rosella Lewellan and Mrs. Beulah Vanhorn at the piano. Burial was made in the Ogan cemetery by the side of her husband Joseph M. Leavell.

More About MARTHA JANE (JENNIE) BOTTS:
Burial: 30 Dec 1932, Ogan Cemetery
Cause of Death: bronchial pneumonia
Medical Information: Missouri Death Certificate # 40531
Children of

More About JOSEPH MARSHALL LEAVELL: Burial: Ogan Cemetery, Meadville, Linn, Missouri

Notes for MARTHA JANE BOTTS:
See also: http://users.legacyfamilytree.com/EvaGremmert/29/27065.htm

More About MARTHA JANE BOTTS: Burial: December 30, 1932, Ogan Cemetery, Meadville, Linn, Missouri, USA

Children of JOSEPH LEAVELL and MARTHA BOTTS are:
1197.....i.....STELLA LEAVELL, b. November 22, 1872, Meadville, Missouri, USA; d. September 12, 1952, Meadville, Linn, Missouri, USA.
1198.....ii.....HALLIE LEAVELL, b. December 31, 1874, Assumption Parish, Louisiana, USA; d. January 15, 1934, Assumption Parish, Louisiana, USA.
1199.....iii.....ADELBERT LEAVELL, b. September 06, 1880, Missouri, USA; d. December 07, 1962, Meadville, Linn, Missouri, USA.
1200.....iv.....GRACE G. LEAVELL, b. August 22, 1882, Linn County, Missouri, USA; d. April 21, 1962.

558. ELIZA ANN MARGRETT LEAVELL (EDWARD DRYDEN, JOSEPH, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born November 18, 1848 in Covington, Kenton, Kentucky, USA, and died November 17, 1917 in Lincoln, Lancaster, Nebraska in home of son Joseph. She married JOSEPH HOWARD LITTRELL October 07, 1868 in Linn County, Missouri, USA, son of DAVID LITTRELL and SARAH BOTTS. He was born September 05, 1842 in Meadville, Linn, Missouri, USA, and died February 1920 in Lincoln, Lancaster, Nebraska, USA.

Notes for ELIZA ANN MARGRETT LEAVELL:
Eliza died at home of son J.C. Littrell

1880 Census Place Jackson, Linn, Missouri
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Joseph H. Littrell...Self...M...Male...W...38...MO...Retail Merchant...MO...MO
Ann M. Littrell...Wife...M...Female...W...29...KY...Keeping House...KY...KY
Sariah Littrell...Dau...S...Female...W...11...MO...At Home...MO...KY
David E. Littrell...Son...S...Male...W...8M...MO......MO...KY
Wm. Stinckcomb...SSon...S...Male...W...8...MO......MO...KY

More About ELIZA ANN MARGRETT LEAVELL: Burial: Nemaha Cemetery, Nemaha, Nebraska, USA

Children of ELIZA LEAVELL and JOSEPH LITTRELL are:
.....i.....SALLY LITTRELL, b. January 07, 1871; d. October 31, 1883. Sally died at age 13.
1201.....ii.....DAVID EDWARD LITTRELL, b. September 28, 1879, Linn County, Missouri, USA; d. July 17, 1909, Lincoln, Lancaster, Nebraska, USA.
1202.....iii.....ARTHUR HOWARD LITTRELL, b. March 23, 1882; d. March 31, 1962, Lincoln, Lancaster, Nebraska, USA.
1203.....iv.....SAMUEL MARSHALL LITTRELL, b. January 23, 1884; d. Watsonville, Santa Cruz, California, USA.
1204.....v.....JOSEPH CLEVELAND LITTRELL, b. November 16, 1889; d. August 13, 1956, Nebraska City, Otoe, Nebraska, USA.

559. GEORGE TODD LEAVELL (EDWARD DRYDEN, JOSEPH, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born February 19, 1852 in Lexington, Henderson, Kentucky, USA, and died June 28, 1916 in Lebanon, Montezuma, Colorado, USA. He married RACHEL MARIE HUMPHREYS May 22, 1874 in Grundy County, Missouri, USA, daughter of JOSEPH HUMPHREYS and CYNTHIA M.?. She was born January 1858 in Missouri, USA, and died April 30, 1923.

Notes for GEORGE TODD LEAVELL:
George Todd Leavell traveled to Missouri in a covered wagon in 1857. Then he moved to Pratt Co., Kansas, then to Colorado near Rico & Montezuma valley.

1880 Census Place Haynesville, Pratt, Kansas ...Family History Library Film ...1254393 ...NA Film Number ...T9-0393 ...Page Number ...404B
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
George T. Leavell... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 29 ... KY ... Blacksmith ... KY ... VA
Rachal M. Leavell... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 23 ... MO ... Keeping House ... IN ... IL
Charles W. Leavell... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 4 ... MO ... ... KY ... MO
George E. Leavell... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 2 ... MO ... ... KY ... MO
Uriah Humpherys... BroL ... ... Male ... W ... 17 ... MO ... ... IN ... IL

1900 census taken 16 July, Arriola--Dist 77, Montezuma Co., Colorado, Household # 512
George P. Leavell--head--Feb 1854--46-Ky-Ky-Oh...blacksmith
Marie Leavell--------wife---Jan 1858--42-Mo-IND-Oh
George E. Leavell--son---Feb 1878--22-Mo-Ky-Mo
Rommey H. Leavell...son--Nov 1881--18-Ks-Ky-Mo
Reamor Leavell------son--Oct 1883--16-Ks-Ky-Mo
Alonzo M. Leavell----son--Sep 1885--14-Co-Ky-Mo

1910 census Arriola District 77, Montezuma County, CO (April 30 to May 2nd, 1910)
George T. Leavell...head...59...married 36 yrs. ...KY...KY...OH
Rachel H. Leavell...49...MO...IN...IL
George E. Leavell...33...MO
Alonzo M. Leavell...24...Colo
May M. Leavell...daughterinlaw...28...Kansas...
George D. Leavell...grandson...7...CO
Lola P. Leavell...granddau...4...CO
Joseph A. Leavell...grandson...1 6/12...CO
Maggie Jackson...sisterinlaw...53...MO...IN...IL

Children of GEORGE LEAVELL and RACHEL HUMPHREYS are:
.....i.....NORA J. LEAVELL, b. Abt. 1872. She died young.
1205.....ii.....CHARLES R. LEAVELL, b. July 11, 1876, Missouri, USA; d. 1965.
1206.....iii.....GEORGE EDWARD LEAVELL, b. February 08, 1878, Chilicothe, Livingston, Kentucky, USA; d. September 07, 1952, Cortez, Montezuma, Colorado, USA.
.....iv.....SALLE E. LEAVELL, b. Abt. 1880.
1207.....v.....ROMNEY HERBERT LEAVELL, b. November 1881, Kansas, USA; d. Abt. 1914; m. ALMA CONSTANCE GRANATH. He was known as Dick.
1208.....vi.....REAMER C. LEAVELL, b. October 10, 1884, Kansas, USA; d. Arriola, Montezuma, Colorado, USA.
.....vii.....ALONZO MARSHALL LEAVELL, b. September 07, 1887, Dolores County, Colorado, USA. He married KATHERINE KNOBLOCK on 06 Aug 1911 in Dolores, Montezuma, Colorado, USA.

Notes for ALONZO MARSHALL LEAVELL:
1917 Draft Birth Registrations, Dolores Co, Colo
1ST COLUMN: NAME; 2ND COLUMN: BIRTH DATE; 3RD COLUMN: ETHNIC GROUP; 4TH COLUMN: BIRTH LOCATION OR OTHER INFO (spelling unreliable); OTHER COLUMNS: LOCATION OF REGISTRATION
Lavell, Alonzo Marshall...7 Sep 1887...W...Dolores Co. CO Dolores CO
Lavender, Leonard Arthur...18 Jan 1882...W...lives in Dolores CO Dolores CO
Leavell, Alonzo Marshall...7 Sep 1887...W...Dolores Co. CO Dolores CO

Name............................................DOB.................Place of Birth..............Draft Board
LEAVELL, ALONZO MARSHALL.....7/09/1887.....DOLORES CO., CO.....Dolores.....v.16
LEAVELL, CHARLES.....7/11/1878.....Archuleta.....v.2
LEAVELL, MANLY BERRY..... 7/01/1879.....Denver-#1.....v.8
LEAVELL, MILTON FRANKLIN.....21/01/1876 .....Boulder.....v.4

WWI DRAFT CARD
Name: Alonzo Marshall Leavell
City: Rice
County: Dolores
State: Colorado
Birthplace: Colorado; United States of America
Birth Date: 7 Sep 1887
Race: Caucasian (White)
Roll: 1561811
DraftBoard: 0
barber, working for self
has wife and mother
medium height/build, brown eyes, dark brown hair

.....viii.....FREDDIE W. LEAVELL, b. Abt. 1891. Freddie died young.

560. WILLIAM EDWARD LEAVELL (EDWARD DRYDEN, JOSEPH, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born March 06, 1866 in Linneus, Linn, Missouri, USA, and died January 31, 1951 in Sheldon, Vernon, Missouri, USA. He married GEORGIA ANN DEEM February 04, 1891 in Linn County, Missouri, USA, daughter of THOMAS DEEM and JULIA JAMES. She was born July 06, 1869 in Gallia County, Ohio, USA, and died March 14, 1950 in Sheldon, Vernon, Missouri, USA.

Notes for WILLIAM EDWARD LEAVELL:
1910 Parson Creel, Linn, Missouri
Edward Leavell...44 ...MO, KY, IN...general farmer
Georgie E Leavell...40 ...OH, England, England
Flossy E Leavell...17...MO, MO, OH
Ruth Leavell...14...MO, MO, OH
Forest Leavell...11...MO, MO, OH
Ray Leavell...8...MO, MO, OH
Epha Leavell ...4 ...MO, MO, OH
Upha Leavell...4 ...MO, MO, OH
Sterling Leavell...1...MO, MO, OH
Asbury Hill ...18 ...adopted son...MO, MO, KY...farm laborer, home

1920 Doylesport, Barton, MO
William E. Leavell...53...MO...KY...IL...traveling salesman
Georgia P. Leavell...50...OH...England..OH
Ruth L. Leavell...23...MO..MO...OH
Forest P. Leavell...21...MO...MO...OH
Ray H. Leavell...18...MO...MO...OH
Eupha P. Leavell...13... Daughter...MO...MO...OH
Epha P. Leavell...13... Son MO...MO...OH
Sterling E. Leavell...11.. MO...MO...OH
Edith M. Leavell...dau...8...MO...MO...OH

1930 Doylesport, Barton, Missouri
William E. Leavell...62...married 25 years...MO...KY...MO...traveling salesman Baker's Protective
Georgia E. Leavell...58...OH...England...OH
Ray H. Leavell...29..MO..MO...OH
Eupha P. Leavell...24...MO...MO...OH
Sterling E. Leavell...21...MO...MO..OH
Edith Leavell...18...MO..MO...OH
James A. Hill...hired hand

Year: 1940; Census Place: Doylesport, Barton, Missouri; Roll: T627_2084; Page: 5A; Enumeration District: 6-3
William E Leavell...74...MO...8th grade education...owns home worth $4000...farmer
Georgia Leavell...71...OH...7th grade education
Wayne C Carberry...45...MO...college, 1 yr...cleaner/presser...son-in-law
Eupha Carberry...34...MO...8th grade education
Roma Lee Carberry...5...MO...granddau

Georgia's death certificate names her parents as Julia Ann James and Thomas Deem. She was born Georgia Etta Deem on June 7, 1869 in OH and died of brain hemorrhage due to old age in Sheldon, Vernon County, MO. Informant: Mrs. Ruth Bartlett Sheldon.

William Edward's death certificate says he died of acute heart failure and old age. Mrs. Ruth Bartlett was informant.

Ed Leavell, former resident of this place, passed away at his home near Sheldon, Mo., Friday after a lingering illness. Funeral services were held in Sheldon Sunday afternoon.

More About WILLIAM EDWARD D. LEAVELL:
Burial: 07 Feb 1951, Sheldon Cemetery, Sheldon, xx, MO, USA
Cause of Death: acute heart failure
Census: 1880, US Federal Census, xx, Linn, MO, USA
Medical Information: Missouri Death Certificate # 3730

Notes for GEORGIA ETTA DEEM:
Word has been received here by relatives that Mrs. Ed Leavell of Sheldon, Missouir, passed away at her home March 14. The Leavell family resided her several years ago. She was a sister of C. W. Deem of this place.

More About GEORGIA ETTA DEEM:
Burial: 17 Mar 1950, Sheldon Cemetery, Sheldon, xx, MO, USA
Cause of Death: brain hemorrhage
Medical Information: Mssouri Death Certificate # 7551

More About GEORGIA ANN DEEM: Burial: March 17, 1950, Sheldon Cemetery, Sheldon, Vernon, Missouri, USA

Children of WILLIAM LEAVELL and GEORGIA DEEM are:
.....i.....EDITH MAE LEAVELL, m. EMERY MEHOLS (Or was it Emery Nichols?) She was born 05 May 1911 Barton County, Missouri, and died 18 Sep 1989 Kansas. Buried in section 1 of Sheldon Cemetery, Sheldon, Vernon, Missouri. See tombstone photo at "Edith Mae Leavell Nichols" page on findagrave.com.
.....ii.....FLOSSIE ETHEL LEAVELL, b. 1892, Fountain Grove, Linn, Missouri, USA; died 4 Nov 1983 Lakewood, Cuyahoga, Ohio, USA; m. CHARLES NELSON KEELER in Chillicothe, Livingston, Missouri on 22 Oct 1914. He was born June 22, 1889.

Ancestry.com. Missouri Marriage Records, 1805-2002 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2007.
Name: Flossie Leavell
Marriage Date: 22 Oct 1914
Marriage Location: Chillicothe, Livingston, Missouri
Marriage County: Livingston
Spouse Name: Charles N Keeler

WORLD WAR I DRAFT REGISTRATION CARD
Charles N. Keeler
RR 2, Bogard, Carroll County, Missouri
DOB: June 22, 1889
self-employed farmer
contact: Mrs. Flossie E. Keeler
medium height/build, brown eyes, light hair

WORLD WAR II DRAFT REGISTRATION
Name: Charles Nelson Keeler Birth Date: 22 Jun 1889 Birth Place: St Lawrence, South Dakota Residence: Boise, Idaho Race: White OHIO DEATHS
Name: Flossie E Keeler
Birth Date: 1892
Birth State: Missouri
Birth Country: United States
Gender: Female
Race: White
Residence City: Lakewood
Residence County: Cuyahoga
Residence State: Ohio
Residence Country: United States
Death Date: 4 Nov 1983
Hospital of Death: Home
City of Death: Lakewood
County of Death: Cuyahoga
Certificate: 080865
Age at Death: 91
Certifier: Physician
Autopsy: No Autopsy performed
Social Security Number: 518-32-3792
Marital Status: Widowed
Census Tract: 1602

.....iii.....RUTH LEE LEAVELL, b. 1895 Missouri; about 1919 m. BRYAN BARTLETT, born about 1898 Missouri.
Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Drywood, Vernon, Missouri; Roll: 1250; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 21; Image: 311.0; FHL microfilm: 2340985.
Bryan W. Bartlett...32...MO, MO, MO...mechanic, garage...married at 22
Ruth Bartlett...34...MO, MO, OH...telephone operator...married at 24
1209.....iv.....FORREST EARL LEAVELL, b. March 29, 1898, Fountain Grove, Linn, Missouri, USA; d. July 14, 1945, Webb City, Jasper, Missouri, USA.
1210.....v.....RAY HAROLD LEAVELL, b. June 30, 1902; d. August 01, 1961, Missouri, USA.
1211.....vi.....EPHA PAUL LEAVELL, b. November 05, 1905, Missouri, USA; d. August 16, 1991.
.....vii.....EUPHA PAULINE LEAVELL, b. November 05, 1905, Missouri, USA; m. WAYNE CHARLES CARBERRY on 24 Oct 1933 in Jackson County, Missouri, USA. He was b. 30 Nov 1895 Kansas, was a PFC machine gunner in World War I, and died 08 Jun 1955. See photo of his tombstone at findagrave.com, from Gardner Cemetery, Gardner, Johnson, Kansas, USA
1212.....viii.....STERLING EDWARD LEAVELL, b. October 13, 1908; d. March 1977, Sheldon, Vernon, Missouri, USA; m. DOROTHY LATHROP.

561. REBECCA JANE LEAVELL (EDWARD DRYDEN, JOSEPH, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born August 01, 1870 in Linn County, Missouri, USA, and died March 02, 1918 in Garden City, Finney, Kansas, USA. She married WILBERT WILLIAM MORRELL March 06, 1889 in Meadville, Linn, Missouri, USA. He was born December 25, 1866 in Brown County, Illinois, USA, and died May 16, 1924 in Mulvane, Sedgwick, Kansas.

Notes for REBECCA JANE LEAVELL:
Missouri Marriage Records, 1805-2002
Name: Rebecca J Leavell
Marriage Date: 6 Mar 1889
Marriage Location: Meadville, Linn, Missouri
Marriage County: Linn
Spouse Name: Willbert Morrell

Calif Death Index
Name: MORRELL, FLOYD BENTLEY
Social Security #: 563059619
Sex: MALE
Birth Date: 27 Feb 1898
Birthplace: MISSOURI
Death Date: 11 Mar 1980
Death Place: RIVERSIDE
Mother's Maiden Name: LEAVILL

Children of REBECCA LEAVELL and WILBERT MORRELL are:
.....i.....CLAUDE MORRELL, b. 1890, d. 1956. Belle Plaine Cemetery, Belle Plaine, Sumner, Kansas, USA. See photo of tombstone at findagrave.com
.....ii.....OSCAR F. MORRELL, b. 26 May 1893 Burbank, Osage, Oklahoma, USA, d. 6 March 1911 Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA.
.....iii.....FLOYD BENTLEY MORRELL, b. February 27, 1898, Missouri, USA; d. March 11, 1980, Riverside County, California.
.....iv.....ERNEST E. MORRELL, b. 1901, d. 1918, buried in Plot N, Botts Cemetery, Meadville, Linn, Missouri, USA. See photo of tombstone at findagrave.com .....v....ELVA LEOTA MORRELL, b. 25 Dec 1905 Meadville, Linn, Missouri, USA; d. 03 Apr 1962 Wichita, Sedgwick, Kansas, USA. Spouse: JOSEPH CALVIN CAYLOR, b. 06 Jan 1911 Yell County, Arkansas; d. 28 Oct 1966 Wichita, Sedgwick, KS.
.....vi.....ALTHEA PAULINE MORRELL, b. 01 Aug 1908, d 24 Apr 1993. She married C. EARL GARD, b. 04 Mar 1907, d. 24 Apr 1993. At findagrave.com see photo of shared tombstone from Hilltop Memorial Park, Carrollton, Dallas, Texas, USA
.....vii.....ROBERTA MORRELL, b. 27 Oct 1911, d. 07 Jul 1998. Spouse: JAMES ALBERT WILLIAMS, b. 10 Jan 1910 Pittsburg, Crawford, Kansas, d. 27 Nov 1993 Cleveland County, Oklahoma, USA.

562. JAMES MANDAVILLE LEAVELL (JOHN HAWKINS, JOSEPH, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born December 06, 1852 in Harrison County, Kentucky, USA, and died December 28, 1891 in Missouri, USA. He married ALICE GRAHAM April 02, 1890. She was born March 21, 1861 in Ohio, USA, and died December 12, 1897. See photo of shared tobstone of James and Alice at findagrave.com (May Cemetery, Cream Ridge, Livingston, Missouri.

Notes for JAMES MANDAVILLE LEAVELL:
1880 Census Place Cream Ridge, Livingston, Missouri
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
James LEAVELL...Self...M...Male...W...27...KY...Farmer...KY...KY
Alice LEAVELL...Wife...M...Female...W...19...OH...Keeping House...OH...OH

LIVINGSTON CO. MISSOURI CEMETERY RECORDS
Name: James M. Leavell
Birth Date: 06 Dec 1852
Death Date: 18 Dec 1897
Cemetery: May
Description: Located Southwest of Chula, Mo.

Name: Alice Leavell
Birth Date: 21 Mar 1861
Death Date: 12 Dec 1897
his wife
Cemetery: May
Description: Located Southwest of Chula, Mo.

Name: Samuel F. Leavell
Birth Date: 30 Nov 1856
Death Date: 13 Nov 1904
Cemetery: May
Description: Located Southwest of Chula, Mo.

Name: Lucy Leavell
wife of Samuel
Cemetery: May
Description: Located Southwest of Chula, Mo.

Name: Inf. sonLeavell
Death Date: 31 Dec 1900
Age: 14 da.
of S. F. & L.
Cemetery: May
Description: Located Southwest of Chula, Mo.

Name: William E. Mace
Birth Date: 1873
Death Date: 1957
Cemetery: May
Description: Located Southwest of Chula, Mo.

Name: Zonie Mace
Birth Date: 1876
Death Date: 1960
Cemetery: May
Description: Located Southwest of Chula, Mo.

Name: Manda E. Mace
Death Date: 08 Mar 1881
Age: 11 mo.
dau. of F. & M. E.
Cemetery: May
Description: Located Southwest of Chula, Mo.

Name: Mary E. Mace
Birth Date: 11 Jan 1850
Death Date: 10 Jun 1889
Cemetery: May
Description: Located Southwest of Chula, Mo.

Name: Percila Ann Mace
Birth Date: 21 Jan 1870
Death Date: 11 Sep 1889
Cemetery: May
Description: Located Southwest of Chula, Mo.

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Jackson, Livingston, Missouri; Roll: T624_796; Page: 9B; Enumeration District: 107; Image: 332
Clem Venable...36...IA, IA, IA...married 2 years...home farmer
Minnie F Venable...23...MO, KY, OH
Bertha Leavell...18...MO, KY, OH...sister-in-law

Children of JAMES LEAVELL and ALICE GRAHAM are:
.....i.....MINNIE FRANCES LEAVELL, b. March 16, 1887, Missouri, USA; m. CLEM VENABLE, October 20, 1907, Hickory, Grundy, Missouri, USA; b. August 22, 1873, Iowa, USA; d. July 1948.

Notes for MINNIE FRANCES LEAVELL:
WORLD WAR I DRAFT REGISTRATION CARD
Name: Clem Venable
City: Chula
County: Livingston
State: Missouri
Birth Date: 22 Aug 1873
Race: White
Roll: 1683401
DraftBoard: 0
farmer
nearest relative: Minnie Venable, same address
medium build, stout, light brown eyes and hair

1920 - Cream Ridge, Livingston, Missouri
Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Cream Ridge, Livingston, Missouri; Roll: T625_919; Page: 11A; Enumeration District: 103; Image: 45
Clem Venable 46...IA, IA, IA...farmer...owns home...can read/write
Minnie Venable...32...MO, KY, OH

Clem Venable Dies Near Farmersville: Successive Strokes are Fatal to Lifetime Resident of County
.....Clem Venable who had spent his lifetime in the Chula and Farmersville vicinities, died about 10:30 o'clock this morning at his farm home, half a mile south and a mile west of Farmersville. A well-liked and industrious farmer, he would have been 75 years old in August.
.....Mr. Venable suffered a stroke Tuesday and a second today.
.....He was born and reared on a farm west of Chula. He was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joe Venable. Oct 20, 1907, he married Minnie Leavell, who survives him. He also leaves one sister, Mrs. Fannie O'Connor, of Kansas City. Another sister, Mrs. O. R. Dowell, died several years ago. Several nieces survive.
.....The body was taken to the Robertson funeral home at Chula. Arrangements have not been mcompleted.

Burial: 04 Jul 1948, May Cemetery
Cause of Death: cerebral apoplexy
Medical Information: Missouri Death Certificate # 20082 Burial: July 04, 1948, May Cemetery, Missouri

.....ii.....BERTHA ANN LEAVELL, b. August 13, 1891 Missouri, USA; d. September 02, 1987, Los Angeles County, California, USA; m. CORDYN BLANT DOWELL.He was born 05 Jul 1889 Missouri, died 11 Sep 1974 Los Angeles County, California, USA. Is this the Bertha Frances Dowell, DOB unknown, died September 21, 1974 and buried in Rose Hills Memorial Park, Whittier, Los Angeles, California, USA? Did somebody mix up their death dates?

563. JOSEPH BASHROD LEAVELL (JOHN HAWKINS, JOSEPH, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born January 04, 1855 in Harrison County, Kentucky, USA, and died October 09, 1915 in Chula, Livingston, Missouri, USA. He married MARTHA SUSAN LITTRELL December 02, 1881 in Chula, Livingston, Missouri, USA, daughter of JOSEPH LITTRELL and DERUIDRA ANDERSON. She was born February 04, 1855 in Linn County, Missouri, USA, and died March 07, 1939 in Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, USA.

Notes for JOSEPH BASHROD LEAVELL:
1910 Canon Ward 2, Fremont, CO
Joseph B. Leavell...55...married once, 19...KY...KY...KY...general farming
Susan Leavell...55...married once, 19...1 child, 1 living...MO...MO...MO
Roy Leavell...17...son...MO...KY...MO

Buried in Chula Cemetery, Livingston County, Missouri, along with Bonnie B. (1896-1921); Grace (1891-1913), Ida May born May 26, 1861, died 27 April 1963; Ova B. 1894--1938; Roy A. 1890--1955; and Joseph's wife Martha S. He was in the hardware business.

Joseph Bushrod Leavell's death certificate says he was a merchant born to Hagan Leavell of KY on January 4, 1855. Informant: O. B. Leavell.

Martha's death certificate says she died a widow, maiden name Littrell. Informant: Betty Leavell.

More About JOSEPH BASHROD LEAVELL:
Burial: 11 Oct 1915, Plainview
Cause of Death: tuberculosis
Medical Information: Missouri Death Certificate # 31121

More About MARTHA SUSAN LITTRELL:
Burial: 08 Mar 1939, Chula, Livingston, MO, USA
Cause of Death: old cerebral accident
Medical Information: Missouri Death Certificate # 9426

Past and Present of Livingston County
Volume 2. Biographies
by Major A. J. Roof. 1913
JOSEPH B. LEAVELL.
Page 304-305

.....After a long and useful career as an agriculturist Joseph B. Leavell is living in Chula, enjoying the comforts provided by many years of honest and zealous labor and giving some attention to the hardware firm of Wallace & Leavell, in which he owns one half interest. He was born in Harrison county, Kentucky, January 4, 1855, and is a son of J. H. and Lucinda (Milner) Leavell, the former an early settler in Livingston county. In 1836 he purchased a farm upon which the town of Chula was afterward built and he became very prominent and widely known throughout the county. He died about 1898, at the advanced age of eighty-two, and was survived by his wife until March 19, 1907 Both are buried in the May cemetery.
.....Joseph B. Leaved acquired his education in the public schools of Maple Grove and Chula, attending during four months of each year and spending the remainder of his time assisting with the work of his father's farm. At the age of twenty he laid aside his books but still continued upon the homestead, where he remained until he was thirty-seven years of age. At that time he and his brother, Samuel, purchased a farm and cultivated it for many years. Mr. Leavell of this review now owns one hundred and twenty-seven acres on section 16, Cream Ridge township. This is a highly cultivated farm divided by substantial fences into convenient fields and improved with a modern residence, erected by Mr. Leavell, and barns and outbuildings, and is equipped with all modern accessories. During his period of residence there Mr. Leavell engaged in general farming and was also extensively interested in stock-raising, keeping horses, cattle, sheep and swine. On February 1, 1913, Mr. Leavell purchased a half interest in the hardware firm of Wallace & Leavell and now gives some of his time and attention to the interests of this concern.
.....Mr. Leavell married, near Meadville, Linn county, on December 2, 1891, Miss Susan Littrell, a daughter of Joseph and Derinda Littrell, the former a pioneer farmer of Linn county. He died in March, 1899, at the age of sixty-six, and is buried in the Botts graveyard. His wife survives him and resides upon the homestead. Mr. and Mrs. Leavell became the parents of a son, O. B., who is a graduate of the Chula schools and who received the degree of B. A. from Jackson University.
.....Mr. Leavell is a democrat in his political beliefs and his religious views are in accord with the doctrines of the Presbyterian church. Since moving into Chula he has erected another fine home here, where he resides in comfort, honored and esteemed for his progressive spirit and many fine qualities of character which have won him the confidence and respect of the community.
More About JOSEPH BASHROD LEAVELL: Burial: October 11, 1915, Plainview Cemetery, Livingston Co. MO
More About MARTHA SUSAN LITTRELL: Burial: March 08, 1939, Plainview Cemetery, Livingston Co. MO

Child of JOSEPH LEAVELL and MARTHA LITTRELL is:
1213.....i.....OVA BASHROD LEAVELL, b. December 04, 1893, Chula, Livingstone, Missouri, USA; d. May 09, 1938, Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, USA.

564. SAMUEL FRANKLIN LEAVELL (JOHN HAWKINS, JOSEPH, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born November 30, 1856 in Harrison County, Kentucky, USA, and died November 13, 1904. He married AMERICA LOVING November 30, 1895, daughter of JOSEPH LOVING and SOPHRONIA ?. She was born January 31, 1868 in Illinois, USA, and died February 04, 1922.

Notes for SAMUEL FRANKLIN LEAVELL:
Box Number: 1646
Name: Samuel F. Leavell
, died Feb. 13, 1904 Lucy Leavell, Admrx. Heirs: Lucy Leavell, widow Leonard S. Leavell Sylvia B. Leavell Ira Leavell
Probate Records of Livingston County, Missouri, Volume VII

Box Number: 1647
Name: Ira A. Leavell
, 1, Sylvia B. Leavell, 6, Leonard S. Leavell, 9, Minors Lucy Leavell, Curx. and Mother Bond, Dec. 6, 1904 Father, Samuel F. Leavell, deceased
Probate Records of Livingston County, Missouri, Volume VII

Box Number: 1650
Name: Lucinda Leavell
, died March 19, 1907 A. L. Jenkins, Admr. Will annexed. Heirs: Mrs. Maggie Hughes, daughter Ida Mae Leavell, daughter John S. Leavell, son Heirs: Joel B. Leavell, son Louellah Holden, daughter Minor daughters of Jas. Leavell, dec.: Minnie Leavell Bertha Leavell Minor children of Samuel Leavell, dec.: Leonard Leavell Sylvia Leavell Isa Leavell
Probate Records of Livingston County, Missouri, Volume VII

Box Number: 1665
Name: Ira A. Leavell
, 6, Sylvia B. Leavell, 11, Leonard S. Leavell, 13, Minors A. L. Jenkins, Curator Bond, Jan. 22, 1918 This bond given when Ira was 15, others being adults. Father, Samuel F. Leavell, deceased Mother, Lucy Leavell, now Mrs. George W. Robinson
Probate Records of Livingston County, Missouri, Volume VII

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Cream Ridge, Livingston, Missouri; Roll: T624_796; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 102; Image: 211.
William G Robinson...45...MO, KY, KY...m2...married 1 year...laborer, farm
America Robinson...41...MO, IL, IL...m2...married 1 year...3 children, 3 living...
Leonard S Leavell...14...MO, KY, MO...stepson
Sylvia B Leavell...12...MO, KY, MO...stepdau
Ira E Leavell...7...MO, KY, MO...stepson

Sam F. Leavell Dead.
.....G. D. Brant and Robert Miller returned Monday afternoon from Chula where they attended the funeral ceremonies over the remains of Samuel F. Leavell as representatives from the Chillicothe lodge of Masons. Leavell died Sunday morning at 2 o'clock after being operated on for tumor of the liver by Dr. A. J. Simpson of this city. It was the second operation which the patient underwetnt as a last resort. Leavell was a member of the Masonic and I.O.O.F. lodges and the burial which took place at 10 o'clock Monday was in charge of these lodges and the funeral was conducted at the Presbyterian church.
.....He belonged to a pioneer family of Livingston county and was an exemplary man. He was fifty-four years old and his widow and five children together with his aged mother survive him. He is best known as Chula's miller, though he had recently sold the flouring mill there and purchased an interest in a stock of hardware at Chula.

More About SAMUEL FRANKLIN LEAVELL: Burial: May Cemetery, Livingston County, Missouri

Children of SAMUEL LEAVELL and AMERICA LOVING are:
1214.....i.....LEONARD S. LEAVELL, b. March 11, 1895, Missouri, USA; d. October 10, 1967, Huntington Beach, Orange, California, USA.
.....ii.....SYLVIA B. LEAVELL, b. January 23, 1898, Missouri, USA; d. December 1988, Springfield, Lane, Oregon, USA; m. ? AYERS.

Notes for SYLVIA B. LEAVELL:
Is this she?
Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Tohatchi, McKinley, New Mexico; Roll: T625_1074; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 84; Image: 1160
Sylvia Leavell...22...MO, MO, MO...rents...single...can read/write...laundress, Indian school
.....iii.....INFANT LEAVELL, b. December 31, 1900; d. January 15, 1901. Burial: May Cemetery, Livingston Co. MO
.....iv.....IRA ALEXANDER LEAVELL, b. February 01, 1903, Chula, Livingstone, Missouri, USA; d. June 29, 1969, Arcadia, Los Angeles, California, USA; m. FRANCES CATHARINE JANACH, February 21, 1924, St. Ignatius Church, Los Angeles, CA; b. February 29, 1904, Illinois, USA; d. August 01, 1987, San Diego, California, USA.
Notes for IRA ALEXANDER LEAVELL:
1930 census, machinist at brass works, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., California

Name: LEAVELL, IRA
Social Security Number: 560-16-8893 Applied for in California
Date of Death: Jun 1969
Date of Birth: 2 Jan 1903
Residence (2/88 and prior): California
Last Residence (Zip): 91006 Arcadia, Los Angeles, CA

Sources include DenverBuxton at aol.com

Box Number: 1647
Name: Ira A. Leavell
, 1, Sylvia B. Leavell, 6, Leonard S. Leavell, 9, Minors Lucy Leavell, Curx. and Mother Bond, Dec. 6, 1904 Father, Samuel F. Leavell, deceased
Probate Records of Livingston County, Missouri, Volume VII

565. JOHN SILVESTER LEAVELL (JOHN HAWKINS, JOSEPH, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born January 26, 1864 in Chula, Livingston, Missouri, USA, and died February 05, 1938 in Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, USA. He married EVALINE PERSILA CUMMINS February 15, 1888 in Grundy County, Missouri, USA, daughter of JOSEPH CUMMINS and MARY MOORE. She was born July 07, 1870 in Grundy County, Missouri, USA, and died November 18, 1959 in Kansas City, Clay, Missouri, USA.

Notes for JOHN SILVESTER LEAVELL:
1910 census Cream Ridge Twp., Livingston County, Missouri
318...322...
John Leavell...46...MO...KY...KY...general farming
Eva Leavell...41...MO...KY...IL
Albert Leavell...21...MO...home farmer
Roy Leavell...19...MO...home farmer
Chester Leavell...14...MO
Vera Leavell...8...MO

1920 - Kansas City Ward 13, Jackson, Missouri
James S Leavell...54...MO...KY...KY...laborer any kind of work
Eva Leavell..51...MO...KY...IL
Vera Leavell...18...MO, MO, MO...saleslady department store
Chester Leavell..24...farmer, general farm

1930 Jackson County, Missouri
Leavell, John S. ...67...MO...KY...KY
...Eva L. ...61...MO...KY...IL
...Chester A. ...36...MO...MO...MO
...Ida M. ...sister...69...MO...KY...KY
Cummins, Mary J. ...motherinlaw...79...IL

John S. Leavell's death certificate says he was retired, died of bilaterial bronchial pneumonia, was married to Eva Leavell, was born Jan. 26, 1864 to Jno. S. Leavell and Lucinda Milner. Informant was Eva Leavell. Burial 2/8/38 in Greenlawn by Quirk and Tobin Co.
More About JOHN SILVESTER LEAVELL:
Burial: 08 Feb 1938, Greenlawn Cemetery
Cause of Death: bronchopneumonia
Medical Information: Missouri Death Certificate # 5563

More About JOHN SILVESTER LEAVELL: Burial: February 08, 1938, Greenlawn Cem., Kansas City, Jackson, MO, USA

Children of JOHN LEAVELL and EVALINE CUMMINS are:
1215.....i.....ALBERT HENRY LEAVELL, b. December 28, 1888, Chula, Livingston, Missouri, USA; d. November 22, 1969, Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio, USA.
1216.....ii.....ROY ALONZA LEAVELL, b. December 15, 1890, Missouri, USA; d. November 02, 1955, Monticello, Johnson, Kansas, USA.
1217.....iii.....MARY GRACE LEAVELL, b. January 31, 1893, Missouri, USA; d. January 01, 1987, Addison, Gallia, Ohio, USA.
.....iv.....CHESTER A. LEAVELL, b. February 25, 1895, Missouri, USA; d. January 1985, Shawnee Mission, Johnson, Kansas, USA.

Notes for CHESTER A. LEAVELL:
WWI DRAFT REGISTRATION
Name: Chester A Leavell
City: Not Stated
County: Linn
State: Missouri
BirthPlace: Missouri;United States of America
Birth Date: 25 Feb 1895
Race: Caucasian
tall, stout, blue eyes, dark hair
farm hand for J. A. McCoy
Roll: 1683400
DraftBoard: 0
1218.....v.....VERA MAY LEAVELL, b. September 28, 1901, Chula, Livingston, Missouri, USA; d. June 17, 2000, Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, USA.

566. ELIZA JANE SLAVIN (NANCY MILLER LEAVELL, BENJAMIN, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born April 07, 1826, and died August 18, 1857. She married JOHN BURNSIDE February 03, 1848.

Children of ELIZA SLAVIN and JOHN BURNSIDE are:
1219.....i.....MARTHA BELLE BURNSIDE, b. March 10, 1849, Burnside plantation, Garrard County, Kentucky, USA.
1220.....ii.....JAMES GATEWOOD BURNSIDE, b. August 03, 1853; d. August 20, 1949.

567. SARAH SLAVIN (NANCY MILLER LEAVELL, BENJAMIN, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born May 30, 1832 in Kentucky, and died July 20, 1927. She married ABRAHAM PERRY SHARP October 05, 1852 in Mercer County, Kentucky.

Notes for SARAH SLAVIN:
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
James Sharp...Self...S...Male...W...23...KY...Farmer...KY...KY
Sallie Sharp...Mother...S...Female...W...47...KY...Keeping House...KY...KY
Belle Sharp...Sister...S...Female...W...26...KY......KY...KY
Edward Sharp...Brother...S...Male...W...19...KY......KY...KY
John A. Sharp...Brother...S...Male...W...12...KY......KY...KY
Mollie Edwards...Other...S...Female...W...26...KY...Servant...KY...KY
Source Information:
Census Place Salvisa, Mercer, Kentucky
Family History Library Film...1254434
NA Film Number...T9-0434
Page Number...52A

Children of SARAH SLAVIN and ABRAHAM SHARP are:
.....i.....MARY BELL SHARP, b. July 25, 1853; d. March 27, 1895.
1221.....ii.....JOHN ABRAHAM SHARP, b. September 27, 1865, Washington County, Kentucky; d. August 05, 1938.

568. JOHN L. SLAVIN (NANCY MILLER LEAVELL, BENJAMIN, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born June 09, 1834 in Kentucky, USA. He married (1) MILDRED BOONE KENNEDY January 12, 1860. She was born Abt. 1847 in Texas, USA. He married (2) FANNIE BEAUCHAMP Abt. 1871.

Notes for JOHN L. SLAVIN:
1880 census
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
John Sharp...Self...M...Male...W...41...KY...Farmer...KY...KY
Millie Sharp...Wife...M...Female...W...23...TX...Keeping House...SC...AL
Mattie E. Sharp...Dau...S...Female...W...16...KY...At Home...KY...KY
Warren S. Sharp...Son...S...Male...W...14...KY...At Home...KY...KY
Ceestus Sharp...Son...S...Male...W...12...KY...At Home...KY...KY
Perry Sharp...Son...S...Male...W...10...KY...At Home...KY...KY
Benjeman Sharp...Son...S...Male...W...8...KY...At Home...KY...KY
Source Information:
Census Place Precinct 1, Ellis, Texas
Family History Library Film...1255301
NA Film Number...T9-1301
Page Number...381D

Children of JOHN SLAVIN and MILDRED KENNEDY are:
.....i.....BETTIE SLAVIN, b. Abt. 1861; d. Abt. 1880.
.....ii.....WILLIAM SLAVIN, b. January 30, 1863; d. January 04, 1875.
.....iii.....JAMES D. SLAVIN, b. Abt. 1868.
.....iv.....ELBERT K. SLAVIN, b. August 30, 1859; d. 1922.

569. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN SLAVIN (NANCY MILLER LEAVELL, BENJAMIN, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born July 22, 1836, and died January 13, 1918. He married ELIZA KENNEDY September 13, 1858.

Children of BENJAMIN SLAVIN and ELIZA KENNEDY are:
.....i.....EDDIE SLAVIN, b. Abt. 1857.
.....ii.....NANNIE SLAVIN, b. Abt. 1861.
.....iii.....JAMES W. SLAVIN, b. Abt. 1862.
.....iv.....EDWARD SLAVIN, b. December 05, 1863; d. November 16, 1871.
.....v.....JOHN SLAVIN, b. Abt. 1866.
.....vi.....ROBERT SLAVIN, b. Abt. 1867; d. June 26, 1903.
.....vii.....RICHARD SLAVIN, b. Abt. 1869.

570. ISABELLA PATTERSON (MARGARET KATHRYN LEAVELL, BENJAMIN, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born March 16, 1843 in Kentucky, USA, and died 21 Dec 1914 in Grayson County, Texas, USA of stomach cancer. She married ANDREW JACKSON MERSHON May 02, 1860 in Garrard County, Kentucky, USA. He was born January 08, 1829 in Garrard County, Kentucky, USA, and died October 18, 1908 in Grayson County, Texas, USA.

Notes for ISABELLA PATTERSON:
Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: , Garrard, Kentucky; Roll M653_368; Page: 650; Image: 132; Family History Library Film: 803368.
James Patterson...50...KY...farmer...$11,000 real...$10,000 personal
Elizabeth Patterson...37...IN...
Isabella Mershon...17...KY
Margaret Patterson...11...KY
James Patterson...6...KY
Sally Patterson...4...KY
Wm Patterson...2...KY
Thomas Duncan...79...VA...MD

Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Lancaster, Garrard, Kentucky; Roll M593_463; Page: 415A; Image: 135; Family History Library Film: 545962
A J Mershon....41...KY...farmer...$7000 real...$3000 personal
Jesibell Mershon...27...KY
Margret Mershon...9...KY
Cally Mershon...7...KY
Lucian Mershon...5...KY
Delia Mershon...3...KY
James Mershon...2/12...KY

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Danville, Boyle, Kentucky; Roll T9_404; Family History Film: 1254404; Page: 409.3000; Enumeration District: 13; Image: 0423.
A. J. Mershon...51...KY, VA, VA...coal & lumber store
Isabel Mershon...37...KY, KY, KY
M. C. Mershon...19...KY, KY, KY...dau
Callie Mershon...17...KY, KY, KY...dau
Lucien Mershon...15...KY, KY, KY...son
Adelia Mershon...13...KY, KY, KY...dau
J. P. Mershon...11...KY, KY, KY...son
William Mershon...7...KY, KY, KY...son
Mary Mershon...4...KY, KY, KY...dau
Herndon Mershon...1...KY, KY, KY...son

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Justice Precinct 5, Grayson, Texas; Roll T623_1640; Page: 4B; Enumeration District: 110.
Andrew J Mershon...71...Jan 1829...KY, VA, VA...married 40 years...landlord
Isabel Mershon...57...Mar 1843...KY, KY, KY...12 children, 7 living
James P Mershon...29...Dec 1876...KY, KY, KY...hardware merchant
Herndon H Mershon...21...July 1878...KY, KY, KY...farm laborer
Mildred Mershon...19...April 1881....TX, KY, KY
Andrew Mershon...16...Sept 1883...TX, KY, KY

More About ISABELLA PATTERSON:
Burial: Tioga, Grayson County, Texas, USA

Notes for ANDREW JACKSON MERSHON:
From an obituary of A.J. Mershon that appeared in The Tioga Tribune newspaper:

....."A. J. Mershon departed this life Sunday morning at 5 o'clock, October 18, 1908, in the St. Joseph Sanitarium at Fort Worth, from the effects of an operation performed on the 12th. Until Saturday he was doing quite well, and some hopes were entertained of his recovery, but at 4 p. m. on that day he began to rapidly sink, passing peacefully away at the time above mentioned. His wife and two sons were at his bedside at the time of his death, and others came in afterwards. All that medical skill and loving, tender nursing and care could do were unavailing, he receiving the very best of attention throughout the entire period, and nothing was left undone to bring about his recovery. The remains were met by a large crowd Sunday afternoon, and were immediately taken to his home in the northeast part of town.
....."Mr. Mershon was born in Garrard County, January 8th, 1829, and was therefore nearing his 80th milestone at the time of his death. In 1859 he was married to Miss Isabel Patterson, a daughter of the well known Judge Patterson of Garrard County, and 12 children were born to this union, 7 of them, 4 boys and 3 girls, surviving him. He removed to Texas in 1880, locating near Tioga, where he has since resided. For 40 years he was a devoted member of the Christian Church, the greater part of that time acting as elder in the congregation here. He was among the charter members of the congregation, which was organized here in 1882, meeting from house to house for worship, until the present church building was erected, he being one of the foremost in promoting that enterprise. This was when Tioga was a mere hamlet, and difficulties in the way of building were numerous. Under his wise counsel the church prospered, its different organizations remaining intact during all these years. He took an active part in the work and worship up to the time of his death."
....."He was a man of unusual business acumen, thrift and never tiring energy, and by these qualities he amassed a considerable fortune, which he personally looked after to the last. Many a man in this community owes his business life to the prompt and ever ready assistance he gave them at critical moments. It can be truthfully said that he was the financial pivot upon which the business interest of this vicinity revolved. He was a self-made man who earned his fortune by close attention to his business affairs."
.....Socially, he carried the proverbial Kentucky hospitality with him, and was ever ready to share his board with his friends, and no warmer welcome was ever given than he offered to visitors to his home. He was a interesting and fluent conversationalist, recounting many adventures and incidents of his career which never failed to capture the attention of the listener. The writer of these lines will ever hold in grateful, pleasant memory the many happy hours spent in this worthy man's home. He was the sole of unselfishness in his broad hospitality."
....."Physically, he was over 6 feet in height, muscular and possessed of a remarkable vitality. Until later years he was rarely ever sick, and easily recuperated from any indisposition. His wonderful capacity for long continued work was due to this fact. His mental powers were also unusual, and served him well during his life."
....."His character was unimpeachable, his word as good as his bond, and to every man was rendered what was due him. He was punctual in all his appointments; promptness was a virtue with him. He was the staunchest friend a man could have, and was that kind of a friend who assisted in time of need. He visited the sick and afflicted, was present at the dying bedside, and minstered (sic) comfort and consolation to those in distress."
....."Altogether he was a man of sterling worth to any community, and one that will be sadly missed, especially by those who sought his counsel and knew him best."
....."The remains were interred in the Tioga cemetery, all his children but one being present. The beautiful funeral service at the grave was led by Elder W. D. Darnall of Pilot Point."
....."The Tribune, through the writer, offers its sympathy to bereaved family, assuring them that Bro. Mershon's death is a personal loss to them."
....."The writer can offer no greater tribute than that he was his friend, a loving, tender, almost father to him, and as such he wants to mingle his tears with theirs in morning his death. B.

More About ANDREW JACKSON MERSHON: Burial: Tioga, Grayson, Texas, USA

Children of ISABELLA PATTERSON and ANDREW MERSHON are:
1222.....i.....KATHERINE MERSHON, b. February 1861, Kentucky, USA; d. Abt. 1917, Texas, USA.
.....ii.....CALLIE MERSHON, b. June 24, 1862, Lancaster, Garrard, Kentucky, USA; d. January 1893; m. WILLIAM STOVALL.

Notes for CALLIE MERSHON:
Obituary from The Denison Weekly Herald, Denison, Texas, Friday, January 27, 1893:
"Mrs. Callie Stovall, wife of Wm. Stovall, whom tender hands laid to rest in the Pilot Point cemtery (sic) last Friday, was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mershon of this place. She was born near Lancaster, Ky., June 24, 1862. She became a member of the Christian church when she was fourteen years old and has been a consistent member of that church up to the time of her death. By her death society has lost a valuable member and a kind neighbor; her husband, an amiable companion; the father and mother, a dutiful daughter; and the two dear little children, (one of them a little over two years and the other one a little less than one month old) a kind and indulgent mother. The church has lost a devoted member and the Sunday school a never tiring worker. The dear little ones will be cared for by the same kind hands that soothed the fevered brow of the dying mother, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mershon. The bereaved relatives have the heartfelt sympathy of the entire community."
1223.....iii.....LUCIEN A. MERSHON, b. December 27, 1864, Garrard County, Kentucky, USA; d. July 22, 1946, Waters, Cotton, Oklahoma, USA.
.....iv.....ADELIA MERSHON, b. Abt. 1867, Kentucky; d. Abt. 1913.
.....v.....JAMES P. MERSHON, b. Abt. 1869, Kentucky, USA; d. Abt. 1919, Tioga, Grayson, Texas, USA.
.....vi.....ALICE MERSHON, b. Abt. 1872; d. Abt. 1872.
.....vii.....WILLIAM MERSHON, b. Abt. 1874; d. Abt. 1890.
.....viii.....MARY MERSHON, b. Abt. 1876; d. Abt. 1888.
1224.....ix.....HERNDON HARLON MERSHON, b. July 11, 1878, Danville, Boyle, Kentucky, USA; d. February 27, 1951, Sherman, Grayson, Texas, USA.
.....x.....MILDRED MERSHON, b. Abt. 1881, Texas, USA; d. Abt. 1956, Gainesville, Cooke, Texas, USA; m. M. M. MORTON.
.....xi.....ANDREW JACKSON MERSHON, b. September 20, 1883, Texas, USA; d. March 21, 1969, Stanislaus County, California; m. EDNA EARLE KENDRICK.
.....xii.....SALLIE MERSHON, b. Abt. 1885, Texas, USA; d. Abt. 1888.

Notes for SALLIE MERSHON:
From Post Mirror: Pilot Point Texas, July 7, 1888
"Died.--At one o'clock Sunday morning, little Sallie, daughter of A. J. and Belle Mershon, aged two years and six months. The remains were followed to their last resting place by a large concourse of relatives and friends Sunday evening at 5 o'clock. Sallie was a bright and sweet little girl too pure and angelic to dwell upon this earth, the idol of a doting father and mother, brothers and sisters, beloved by all who knew her. Her sunny face will be sadly missed, especially in the Sunday School where, though too young to take part, she was regularly seen every Sunday morning with a wistful intent second to none. The parting scene is always sad, but oh, cheer up sorrowing relatives and rest assured that little Sallie has gone to the bidding of him who said suffer little children to come unto me. Her pure spirit now dwells in the beautiful realms of the blest, a bright and shining jewel in the crown of her Savior. Little children, little children, who love their Redeemer are the jewels, precious jewels. Her loved and her own, so live that you may clasp her tiny hands that stretch out so yearningly to you. "

571. BENJAMIN F. LEAVELL (JOHN YANCY, BENJAMIN, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born April 16, 1845 in Madison County, Kentucky, USA, and died November 15, 1891 in Garrard County, Kentucky, USA. He married SUSAN LACKEY KAVANAUGH January 14, 1875 in Garrard County, Kentucky, USA, daughter of ARCHIBALD KAVANAUGH and DORCAS LACKEY. She was born January 16, 1852 in Garrard County, Kentucky, USA, and died September 10, 1928 in Garrard County, Kentucky, USA.

Notes for BENJAMIN F. LEAVELL:
Per LINEAGE OF SOPHIA ELIZABETH KAVANAUGH-BEAR, page 148: "lived for many years at the old estate of John Bruce, Senior, the home having been built in 1800."

Posted by Connie Collins on Thu, 19 Nov 1998, in response to Leavell, posted by Kat Mattix on Sat, 31 Oct 1998
Surname: LEAVELL
Garrard County
Dear Kit:
I have a little background information on Point Leavell which may be of interest to you. My gggg-parents John and Elizabeth Clay Bruce built a house on what is now Point Leavell in 1800. The land was part of John's Revolutionary War grant. John died in 1827 and Elizabeth remained in the house until she died in 1832. A family history states that the house was then long occupied by Benjamin Leavell and his wife Susan Kavanaugh. I think that Susan may have been a g-grandaughter of the Bruces as one of his grandaughters married a Kavanaugh. I visited Point Leavell this past summer as the Bruce Cemetery is located there. According to the same family history the house was still standing in 1929 but I could find no trace of it. Hope this is useful.

Kentucky Marriage Records, 1852-1914 ancestry.com
Name: B F Leavell
Age: 29
Est. Birth Year: abt 1846
Birth Location: Garrard
Residence: Garrard
Father Birth Location: Garrard
Mother Birth Location: Garrard
Spouse Name: Susan L Kavanaugh
Spouse Age: 22
Est. Spouse Birth Year: abt 1853
Spouse Birth Location: Garrard
Spouse residence: Garrard
Spouse Mother Birth Location: Garrard
Marriage Date: 14 Jan 1875
Marriage Location: Garrard
County of Record: Garrard

1880 - Magisterial District 1, Garrard, Kentucky
Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Magisterial District 1, Garrard, Kentucky; Roll: T623 521; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 17.
Susan Leavell...Jan 1852...6 children, 6 living...farmer
Will Leavell...23...May 1877...KY, KY, KY... farm laborer
John Leavell...20...Jan 1880...KY, KY, KY...farm laborer
Darcus Leavell...19...June 1882...KY, KY, KY
Susie Leavell...16...April 1884...KY, KY, KY
Ben Leavell...14...Sept 1885...KY, KY, KY
Arch Leavell...12...Aug 1887...KY, KY, KY

1910 census - Lancaster, Garrard County, KY
Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Lancaster, Garrard, Kentucky; Roll: T624_471; Page: 16B; Enumeration District: 29; Image: 401.
Arch K Leavell...22...KY, KY, KY...general farmer
Ben F Leavell...24...KY, KY, KY...general farmer
Susie K Leavell...57...KY, KY, KY...widowed

1920 Richmond Ward 1, Madison, Kentucky
Susie Leavell...68...KY, KY, KY
Ben Leavell...son...36...KY, KY, KY
Arch Leavell...son...34...laborer, tobacco warehouse...KY, KY, KY
Minnie Leavell...dau. in law...28...KY, KY, KY
Fannie House...companion...84...

KENTUCKY DEATH INDEX
Name: Susie K Leavell
Death Date: 10 Sep 1928
Death Place: Madison
Age: 076
Volume: 47
Certificate: 23320

Children of BENJAMIN LEAVELL and SUSAN KAVANAUGH are:
1225.....i.....WILLIAM KAVANAUGH LEAVELL, b. May 09, 1877, Madison County, Kentucky, USA; d. February 21, 1943, Garrard County, Kentucky, USA.
.....ii.....JAMES GORDON LEAVELL, b. August 26, 1878, Kentucky, USA. James died in infancy.
.....iii.....JOHN YANCEY LEAVELL, b. January 11, 1880, Garrard County, Kentucky, USA; d. September 24, 1907, Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio, USA. Burial: section 4 Lancaster Cemetery

Per findagrave.com page for John Leavell
MEET DEATH IN OHIO TOWN
Two Garrard County Boys, John Leavell and Ben Marsees, Killed By Escaping Gas at Hamilton, Ohio
.....Tuesday morning, the editor of The Record received a telegram from the Daily Republican News, at Hamilton, Ohio, stating that two men named Leavell and Marsee had been found dead in a hotel in that city. Chief of Police Beazley was hastily summoned and a hasty investigation proved that two of Garrard county's best known young men, John Leavell and Ben Marsee had gone to Cincinnati on the Sunday excursion and had not returned. Relatives of the two boys were immediately notified. Chief Beasley then phoned the chief of police at Hamilton and the identity of the men established. Relatives hurried to Danville where they caught a Cincinnati train and were in Hamilton by ten o'clock that night. The bodies were brought to Lancaster yesterday afternoon and buried in the Lancaster cemetery this morning at ten o'clock. It seems that the two boys decided to go to Hamilton late in the evening, and said nothing to the other Lancaster people of their intentions. Arriving in Hamilton late at night, they were directed to the St. Charles hotel. They remained in the room all of next day, and that night a chambermaid reported she could not get into the room. The door was forced open and the two men found lying on the bed, having been dead for some time. Leavell is a son of Mrs. Susie Leavell, Marsee being the son of Mr. Noah Marsee. Both are of well-known families and stood well in the community. They were honest, hard-working men, who were respected and well-liked by all who knew them. Marsee was about twenty years of age, Leavell about twenty-four. The coroner at Hamilton made a careful investigation and decided that the men lost their lives from inhaling escaping gas. The hotel proprietor states they were in apparent good health and all right when they came to the hotel. From all information obtainable, this is the correct theory.
.....iv.....DORCAS KAVANAUGH LEAVELL, b. April 12, 1882, Garrard County, Kentucky, USA; d. July 31, 1900.
1226.....v.....SUSAN FRANCES LEAVELL, b. April 26, 1884, Garrard County, Kentucky, USA; d. July 21, 1961, Madison County, Kentucky, USA.
.....vi.....BENJAMIN FRANKLIN LEAVELL, b. September 15, 1885, Garrard County, Kentucky, USA; d. December 21, 1949, Madison County, Kentucky, USA.
Notes for BENJAMIN FRANKLIN LEAVELL:
KENTUCKY DEATH RECORDS, 1852-1952
Name: Benjamin Franklin Leavell
Death Date: 21 Dec 1949
Death Location: Madison
Residence Location: Madison
Age: 64
Gender: Male
Ethnicity: White
Birth Date: 15 Sep 1885
Birth Location: Garrard
Father's Name: Benjamin Franklin Leavell
Mother's Name: Susie Kavanaugh

More About BENJAMIN FRANKLIN LEAVELL: Burial: section 4 Lancaster Cemetery, Garrard, KY

.....vii.....ARCHIBALD KAVANAUGH LEAVELL, b. August 20, 1887, Garrard County, Kentucky, USA; d. April 15, 1968, Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, USA.
Notes for ARCHIBALD KAVANAUGH LEAVELL:
WORLD WAR I DRAFT REGISTRATION, 12 Sept. 1918
Name: Arch Kavanaugh Leavell
City: 208 5th, Richmond
County: Madison
State: Kentucky
Birth Date: 20 Apr 1885
Race: White
brown eyes, brown hair, tall, slender
self-employed farmer
mother Susie Leavell knows his whereabouts, same address
Roll: 1653654
DraftBoard: 0

1920 Richmond Ward 1, Madison, Kentucky
Susie Leavell...68...KY, KY, KY
Ben Leavell...son...36...KY, KY, KY
Arch Leavell...son...34...laborer, tobacco warehouse...KY, KY, KY
Minnie Leavell...dau. in law...28...KY, KY, KY
Fannie House...companion...84...

An Arch K. Leavell died on 04-15-1969 in Madison Co. Kentucky per volume 25, certificate #12441

Name: LEAVELL, ARCH
Social Security Number: 404-20-9227 Applied for in Kentucky
Date of Death: Apr 1968
Date of Birth: 20 Aug 1887
Residence (2/88 and prior): Kentucky
Last Residence (Zip): 40475 Richmond, Madison, KY

More About ARCHIBALD KAVANAUGH LEAVELL: Burial: section 4 Lancaster Cemetery, Garrard, KY

572. ELIZABETH GORDON LEAVELL (JOHN YANCY, BENJAMIN, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born August 28, 1846 in Garrard County, Kentucky, USA, and died July 31, 1909. She married JAMES ALEXANDER DOTY June 13, 1867 in Garrard County, Kentucky, USA, son of SABRIET DOTY and EMILY HENDERSON. He was born June 25, 1840 in Kentucky, USA, and died June 06, 1914.

Notes for ELIZABETH GORDON LEAVELL:
James was in the 6th Kentucky Confederate Cavalry under Col. J. W. Grigsby; was captured with Morgan in the Ohio raid; escaped from prison to Canada; was with Col. Bennett H. Young at St. Albans. He became a prosperous farmer. In 1909 was a clerk of Garrard County.

1880 Brandy Springs, Garrard Co. Kentucky Census:
J. A. Doty...Self...M...Male...W...39...KY...Farmer...KY...KY
Lizzie G. Doty...Wife...M...Female...W...33...KY...Keeps House...KY...KY
John L. Doty...Son...S...Male...W...12...KY...Goes To School...KY...KY
Sabritt Doty...Son...S...Male...W...10...KY...At Home...KY...KY
Lewis L. Doty...Son...S...Male...W...8...KY......KY...KY
Edward G. Doty...Son...S...Male...W...5...KY......KY...KY
William A. Doty...Son...S...Male...W...3...KY......KY...KY
Fannie Doty...Dau...S...Female...W...1M...KY......KY...KY
John Y. Leavell...FatherL...W...Male...W...63...KY...Farmer...KY...KY
John Y. Leavell...BroL...S...Male...W...27...KY...Stock Trader...KY...KY
Walker Leavell...BroL...S...Male...W...12...KY...At Home...KY...KY
Jennie Leavell...SisterL......Female...W...15...KY...At Home...KY...KY
Emma Leavell...SisterL...S...Female...W...13...KY......KY...KY
Milly Clark...Other...S...Female...MU...13...KY...Servant...KY...KY

More About ELIZABETH GORDON LEAVELL: Burial: section 14 Lot 24 in Lancaster Cemetery, Garrard Co. KY

Children of ELIZABETH LEAVELL and JAMES DOTY are:
.....i.....JOHN LEAVELL DOTY, b. April 08, 1868, Garrard County, Kentucky, USA; d. August 29, 1906. Burial: section 14 lot 24 Lancaster Cemetery, Garrard Co. KY
.....ii.....SABRITT LEAVELL DOTY, b. October 18, 1869, Garrard County, Kentucky, USA; d. August 19, 1883. Burial: section 14 lot 24 Lancaster Cemetery, Garrard Co. KY
1227.....iii.....LEWIS LEAVELL DOTY, b. October 13, 1871, Garrard County, Kentucky, USA; d. October 26, 1903.
.....iv.....EDWARD GORDON DOTY, b. November 10, 1874, Garrard County, Kentucky, USA; d. Texas, USA.
.....v.....WILLIAM ALFRED DOTY, b. February 08, 1877, Garrard County, Kentucky, USA; d. January 02, 1938.

Notes for WILLIAM ALFRED DOTY:
KENTUCKY DEATH RECORDS, 1852-1952
Name: W A Doty
Death Date: 2 Jan 1938
Death Location: Garrard
Residence Location: Garrard
Age: 60
Gender: Male
Ethnicity: White
Birth Date: 8 Feb 1877
Birth Location: Garrard
Father's Name: J A Doty
Father's Birth Location: Garrard
Mother's Name: Elizabeth Leavell
Mother's Birth Location: Garrard

More About WILLIAM ALFRED DOTY: Burial: section 14 lot 24 Lancaster Cemetery, Garrard Co. KY

1228.....vi.....FANNIE FLETCHER DOTY, b. April 23, 1880, Garrard County, Kentucky, USA.
.....vii.....JANE GORDON DOTY, b. August 16, 1883.
.....viii.....MARY HENDERSON DOTY, b. January 31, 1886.
.....ix.....JAMES ALEXANDER DOTY, b. July 31, 1888, Garrard County, Kentucky, USA; d. February 05, 1934, Garrard County, Kentucky, USA.
Notes for JAMES ALEXANDER DOTY:
Name: Alex Daty
Death Date: 5 Feb 1934
Death Location: Garrard
Residence Location: Garrard
Age: 45
Gender: Male
Ethnicity: White
Birth Date: 31 Jul 1888
Birth Location: Garrard, Kentucky
Father's Name: J A Daty
Father's Birth Location: Garrard, Kentucky
Mother's Name: Elizabith Leavell
Mother's Birth Location: Garrard, Kentucky
.....x.....CHARLES BRIGHT DOTY, b. December 13, 1892.

573. JANE BOYLE LEAVELL (JOHN YANCY, BENJAMIN, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born August 03, 1865 in Kentucky, USA, and died August 21, 1941 in Franklin County, Kentucky, USA. She married ROBERT O. ARMSTRONG. He was born March 19, 1863 in Mercer County, Kentucky, USA, and died January 11, 1936 in Thornhill, Franklin, Kentucky, USA.

Notes for JANE BOYLE LEAVELL:
1900 - Frankfort Ward 2, Franklin, Kentucky
Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Frankfort Ward 2, Franklin, Kentucky; Roll: T623 521; Page: 12B; Enumeration District: 67.
Robert O Armstrong...37...KY, KY, KY...dairy farmer...married 12 years
Jennie Armstrong...34...KY, KY, KY...4 children, 4 living...
William Armstrong...11...KY, KY, KY
Ben Armstrong...7...KY, KY, KY
John Armstrong...6...KY, KY, KY
Robert Armstrong...3...KY, KY, KY

1910 - Thorn Hill, Franklin, Kentucky
Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Thorn Hill, Franklin, Kentucky; Roll: T624_476; Page: 14B; Enumeration District: 51; Image: 317.
Robert Armstrong...47...KY, KY, KY...married 22...night watchman
Jennie Armstrong...45...KY, KY, KY...married 22...5 kids, 5 living
Willie Armstrong...21...KY, KY, KY
Benjamin Armstrong...18...KY, KY, KY
John L Armstrong...17...KY, KY, KY
Robert Armstrong Jr...12...KY, KY, KY
Sue Armstrong...6 ...KY, KY, KY

1930 - District 2, Franklin, Kentucky
Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: District 2, Franklin, Kentucky; Roll: 745; Page: 13B; Enumeration District: 9; Image: 842.0.
Robert O Armstrong...66...KY, KY, KY...$3500...prison guard...married at 24
Jane L Armstrong...65...KY, KY, KY...married at 22
William Armstrong...41...KY, KY, KY...fireman, govt. lock
Robert O Armstrong...32...KY, KY, KY...cutter, shot factory

Armstrong, Robert O.
Certificate # 996
White, Male, Married
Spouse: Jane Armstrong
Born: March 19, 1863, Mercer County, Kentucky
Age: 72 years, 9 months, 23, days
Occupation: Retired
Date and place of death: January 11, 1936, Thornhill, Franklin County, Kentucky
Cause of death: Bright's disease
Contributing to death: Muric ? poisoning
Attending physician: Joseph Barr, M.D.
Father's name: W. M. Armstrong, born Mercer County, Kentucky
Mother's maiden name: Susan Overstreet, born Mercer County, Kentucky
Informant: R. O. Armstrong, Frankfort, Kentucky
Buried: January 13, 1936, Frankfort Cemetery, Frankfort, Franklin County, Kentucky
Funeral director: Louis LeCompte, Frankfort, Kentucky

Armstrong, Mrs. Jane Leavel
Certificate # 19482
White, Female, Widow
Born: August 3, 1864, Garrard County, Kentucky
Age: 77 years, 18 days
Occupation: At home
Date and place of death: August 21, 1941, Franklin County, Kentucky
Residence: Thornhill, Frankfort, Kentucky
Cause of death: Pyelonephritis ? - chronic
Interval between onset and death: 2 or 3 years
Attending physician: L. T. Minish, M.D.
Father's name: John Leavel, born Garrard County, Kentucky
Mother's maiden name: Jane Gordon, born Garrard County, Kentucky
Informant: Not given
Buried: August 23, 1941, Frankfort Cemetery, Frankfort, Franklin County, Kentucky
Funeral director: Louis LeCompte, Frankfort, Kentucky
Submitted by: Anne H. Lee

More About JANE BOYLE LEAVELL: Burial: Frankfort Cemetery, Frankfort, Franklin County, Kentucky
More About ROBERT O. ARMSTRONG: Burial: January 13, 1936, Frankfort Cemetery, Frankfort, Franklin County, Kentucky

Children of JANE LEAVELL and ROBERT ARMSTRONG are:
.....i.....WILLIAM LEAVELL ARMSTRONG, b. September 19, 1888, Franklin County, Kentucky, USA, d. 09 Jul 1959 Jefferson County, KY. Buried in Plot: Section S, Lot 4-E, Grave 1 of Frankfort Cemetery, Frankfort, Franklin, Kentucky, USA..
.....ii.....BENJAMIN FRANKLIN ARMSTRONG, b. February 14, 1892, Franklin County, Kentucky, USA.
.....iii.....JOHN L. ARMSTRONG, b. August 17, 1893, d. 11 Dec 1978, both in Franklin County, Kentucky, USA. Spouse: ALICE KRING (19 Jun 1895--01 Apr 1990). At findagrave.com see photo of their shared tombstone (also with daughter Sara) from Plot: Section R, Lot 11-E in Frankfort Cemetery, Frankfort, Franklin, Kentucky, USA.
.....iv.....ROBERT O. ARMSTRONG, b. July 25, 1897, Franklin County, Kentucky, USA, d. 03 May 1968 Fayette County, KY. Buried in Plot: Section T, Lot 39C, Grave 2 of Frankfort Cemetery, Frankfort, Franklin, Kentucky, USA.
.....v.....SUSAN JANE ARMSTRONG, b. June 24, 1903, d. 01 Dec 1989. Spouse: GUS SMITH (25 Sep 1895--03 Jan 1978). At findagrave.com see photo of their shared tombstone from Sec S Lot 4-E Grave 6 of Frankfort Cemetery, Frankfort, Franklin, Kentucky, USA. Child: GUS SMITH, b. 15 Jul 1927 and d. 01 Dec 1989, both in Franklin Co. KY.

574. EMMA BRECK LEAVELL (JOHN YANCY, BENJAMIN, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born July 02, 1866 in Garrard County, Kentucky, USA, and died December 20, 1955. She married JOHN W. FRANCIS June 12, 1899 in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, USA, son of JOSEPH FRANCIS and EDNA KENNEDY. He was born March 07, 1874 in Kentucky, USA.

Notes for EMMA BRECK LEAVELL:
1910 - Precinct 1, Garrard, Kentucky
Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Precinct 1, Garrard, Kentucky; Roll: T624_471; Page: 6B; Enumeration District: 28; Image: 353.
John W Francis...36...married 10 years...KY, KY, KY...clothing salesman
Emma L Francis...32...KY, KY, KY...1 child, 1 living
Louis D Francis...6...KY, KY, KY

1930 - Lancaster, Garrard, Kentucky
Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Lancaster, Garrard, Kentucky; Roll: 746; Page: 17A; Enumeration District: 1; Image: 352.0.
Emma Francis...62...widow...married 32...KY, KY, KY...tailor
Lewis Doty Francis...26...son...single...KY, KY, KY...none

More About EMMA BRECK LEAVELL: Burial: section 4 lot 25 Lancaster Cemetery, Garrard Co. KY

Child of EMMA LEAVELL and JOHN FRANCIS is:
.....i.....LEWIS DOTY FRANCIS, b. January 22, 1904, Garrard County, Kentucky, USA; d. February 17, 1931, Garrard County, Kentucky, USA.

Notes for LEWIS DOTY FRANCIS:
KENTUCKY DEATH INDEX
Name: Lewis D Francis
Death Date: 17 Feb 1931
Death Place: Garrd
Age: 027
Volume: 8
Certificate: 3817
575. MARY DOTY LEAVELL (JOHN YANCY, BENJAMIN, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born March 29, 1871 in Garrard County, Kentucky, USA. She married JASPER BOGIE October 24, 1900 in Garrard County, Kentucky, USA, son of ANDREW BOGIE and MARY TEATER. He was born September 06, 1867 in Garrard County, Kentucky, USA.

Notes for MARY DOTY LEAVELL:
Birth Index B
http://www.rootsweb.com/~injohnso/birthindex/bb.txt
CHILD LAST/FIRST.....FATHER..... MOTHER/MAIDEN.....SEX.....CLR.....BIRTH DATE .....BK.....PG
Bogie.....Jasper.....Mary Levall.....F.....W.....May 19 1904.....H-11.....73
Bogie Lillian.....Jasper.....Mary Leavell..... F.....W.....May 9 1911.....H-12.....24

1920 in Blue River, Johnson, Indiana (Surname transcribed as "Bozie")
Jasper Bogie...41...KY, KY, KY...contractor, cement work
Mary Bogie...48...KY, KY, KY...can read/write
Henry Earl Bogie...17...IN, KY, KY...laborer, cement work
Mary E Bogie...15...IN, KY, KY
Lillian Bogie...8...IN, KY, KY
Nancy Sprong...62...IN, IN, IN...lodger

1930 census - Edinburgh, Johnson, Indiana
Mary Bogie...59...KY, KY, KY...widow
Mary Bogie...28...IN, KY, KY

Children of MARY LEAVELL and JASPER BOGIE are:
.....i.....HENRY EARL BOGIE, b. July 18, 1902; d. June 21, 1989, Sarasota, Florida, USA.
.....ii.....MARY ELIZABETH BOGIE, b. May 19, 1904, Johnson County, Indiana, USA.
.....iii.....LILLIAN BOGIE, b. May 09, 1911, Johnson County, Indiana, USA.

Notes for LILLIAN BOGIE:
Name: Lilliam Bogie
Father: Jasper
Mother: Mary Leavell
County: Johnson
Gender: Female
Birth Date: 9 May 1911
Reference: Johnson County, Indiana
Index to Birth Records
1882 - 1920 Inclusive
Volume I
Letters A - Mac Inclusive
Book: H-12
Page: 24
576. LEWIS E. LEAVELL (JOHN YANCY, BENJAMIN, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born August 26, 1858 in Kentucky, USA, and died Abt. 1892. He married MARY L. CREIGHT, daughter of WILLIAM CREIGHT. She was born June 1863 in South Carolina, USA. L. E. Leavell, 1858-1892, is buried in First United Methodist Cemetery, Winnsboro, Fairfield, South Carolina, USA. His monument cost $2700 in 1909.

Notes for LEWIS E. LEAVELL:
Source Information: 1880 Census Place Winnsboro, Fairfield, South Carolina, Family History Library Film...1255229, NA Film Number...T9-1229, Page Number...2D
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
William R. DATY...Self...M...Male...W...41...KY...Merchant...KY...KY
Lucy DATY...Wife...M...Female...W...39...KY...House Keeping...KY...KY
Marcus DATY...Son...S...Male...W...14...KY...At School...KY...KY
Ella DATY...Dau...S...Female...W...12...KY...At School...KY...KY
Gatewood DUNN...BroL...M...Male...W...51...KY...Merchant...KY...KY
Susan DUNN...Sister...M...Female...W...43...KY......KY...KY
Sabroitt DUNN...Nephew...S...Male...W...18...KY...Mercantile Clerk...KY...KY
Sallie J. DUNN...Sister...W...Female...W...37...KY......KY...KY
Emma DUNN...Niece...S...Female...W...13...TX...At School...KY...KY
Clara DUNN...Niece...S...Female...W...11...KY...At School...KY...KY
David V. WALKER...BroL...S...Male...W...28...KY...Merchant...KY...KY
Lewis LEAVELL...Other...S...Male...W...20...KY...Mercantile Clerk...KY...KY

Is he the Lewis E. Leavell who married an Irishwoman named Mary Creight or Creighton?

Notes for MARY L. CREIGHT:
1880 census - Township 14, Fairfield, South Carolina
William B. Creight...48...SC, SC, SC...RR agent
Mary Creight...40...SC, SC, SC...
Mary L. Creight...16...SC, SC, SC...
John J. Creight...15...SC, SC, SC...
William D. Creight...11...SC, SC, SC...
Fanny Creight...6...SC, SC, SC...

1900 - Statesburg, Sumter, South Carolina
Henry D G Muldrow...38...March 1862...SC, SC, SC...married 4 years
Mary C Muldrow...36...June 1863...SC, SC, SC...3 children, 3 living
John C Leavell...14...Mar 1886...SC, KY, SC...stepson
Mary L Leavell...11...Jan 1889...SC, KY, SC...stepdau
Lewis E Leavell...8...May 1892...SC, KY, SC...stepson

Children of LEWIS LEAVELL and MARY CREIGHT are:
.....i.....JOHN CREIGHTON LEAVELL, b. March 21, 1886, Fairfield, South Carolina, USA; d. December 13, 1949, Fairfield County, South Carolina, USA; m. EDNA WESTMORELAND PHILSON, June 23, 1929.

Notes for JOHN CREIGHTON LEAVELL:
SOUTH CAROLINA DELAYED BIRTHS
Name: John Creight Leavell
Birth Date: 21 Mar 1886
Birthplace: Fairfield
Father's Name: Lewis E Leavell, bookeeper, born Kentucky
Mother's Name: Mary Creight, born Winnsboro, SC, where both now reside

1910 - Township 14, Fairfield, South Carolina
May E Creight...69...SC, SC, Ireland... widow...4 kids, 4 living
Francis L Creight...33...SC, SC, SC...dau
William D Creight...4 ...SC, SC, SC...son
Grover F Patton 25...SC, SC, SC...boarding
John C Leavell 24...SC, KY, SC...grandson...railroad, depot work

WORLD WAR I DRAFT REGISTRATION CARD--Sept 12, 1918
Name: John Creight Leavell
City: Winnsboro
County: Fairfield
State: South Carolina
Birth Date: 21 Mar 1886
Race: White
Roll: 1877592
DraftBoard: 0
nearest relative: Mrs. H. G. Muldrow
medium height, slender build, light hair
right leg broken

1920 - Winnsboro Mills, Fairfield, South Carolina
William Bright...49...head...SC, SC, SC...occupation boarding?
Marry Shields Creighton...79...SC, SC, SC...widow...mother
Frances L Creighton...45...SC, SC, SC...sister
John C Leval...33...SC, SC, SC...grandson...depot agent
Edward Whitney...42...MA, MA, MA...boarder
Ralph Christmann...38...MA, MA, MA...boarder
Antha Burgers...31...MA, MA, MA...boarder
Edward Rudd...36...MA, MA, MA...boarder

From : mdphilson
Sent : Friday, May 11, 2007 5:50 PM
Subject : RE:Leavell
Hello!
Do you have any info on a John Creighton Leavell who died 13 Dec 1946, married to Edna Westmoreland Philson on 23 June 1929.
Merlin Philson

Find this obituary: LEAVELL, Edan (PHILSON); 95; Winnsboro SC; The State; 1998-7-3;

Name: John Creight Leavell
Death date: 13 Dec 1946
Death place: Winnsboro, Fairfield, South Carolina
Gender: Male
Race or color (on document):
Race or color (expanded):
Age at death: 60y 8m 20d
Estimated birth year: 1886
Birth date:
Birthplace:
Marital status: Married
Spouse's name: Edna P Leavell
Father's name: Lewis E Leavell
Father's birthplace:
Mother's name: Mary E Creight
Film number: 2394775
Reference number: cn 14654
Collection: South Carolina Deaths, 1944-1955

.....ii.....MARY E. LEAVELL, b. January 1889, South Carolina, USA.
1229.....iii.....LEWIS EDWARD LEAVELL, b. May 22, 1892, Sumter County, South Carolina, USA.
.....iv.....LOUISE LEAVELL, m. ? MULDROW. They lived in Mexico.

577. BENJAMIN LEAVEL SHARP (CYNTHIA ANN LEAVELL, BENJAMIN, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born August 17, 1853 in McAfee, Mercer, Kentucky, USA, and died August 01, 1887. He married ANNIE DAVIS Abt. 1878 in Mercer County, Kentucky, USA. She was born 1859 in Kentucky, USA.

Notes for BENJAMIN LEAVEL SHARP:
1880 census:
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Ben Sharp...Self...M...Male...W...26...KY...Farmer...KY...KY
Annie Sharp...Wife...M...Female...W...25...KY...Keeping House...KY...KY
Isabel M. Sharp...Dau...S...Female...W...1...KY......KY...KY
Susan Meaux...Other...S...Female...MU...19...KY...Servant...KY...KY
Source Information:
Census Place Mcafee, Mercer, Kentucky
Family History Library Film 1254434
NA Film Number T9-0434
Page Number 124D

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Magisterial District 4, Mercer, Kentucky; Roll T623_544; Page: 11B; Enumeration District: 59.
Arnie D Sharp...45...Mar 1855...KY, KY, KY...farmer
illegible Sharp...21...Nov 1878 (dau)...KY, KY, KY...schoolteacher
Abram Sharp...16...June 1883...KY, KY, KY...son
Benjamin Sharp...14...Feb 1886...KY, KY, KY...son
Cyntha A Sharp...81...June 1819......KY, KY, KY...widowed...3 children, 2 living......KY, KY, KY...mother-in-law
Clinton Davis...33...Nov 1866...KY, KY, KY...brother...farmer

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: McAfee, Mercer, Kentucky; Roll T624_495; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 90; Image: 747.
Albram Sharp...26...KY, KY, KY...farmer
Lucele Sharp...29...KY, KY, KY...sister...school teacher
Isabel Sharp...31...KY, KY, KY...sister
Ramey Grigsby 13...KY, KY, KY...cousin

More About BENJAMIN LEAVEL SHARP: Burial: New Providence Presbyterian Cem., Mercer County, Kentucky

Children of BENJAMIN SHARP and ANNIE DAVIS are:
.....i.....ISABEL M. SHARP, b. November 1878, Kentucky, USA.
.....ii.....LUCILLE SHARP, b. December 17, 1881, McAfee, Mercer, Kentucky, USA; m. W. N. BROWN; b. 1877, McAfee, Mercer, Kentucky, USA.
1230.....iii.....ABRAM SHARP, b. June 25, 1883, Mercer County, Kentucky, USA; d. Abt. 1954, Mercer County, Kentucky, USA.
1231.....iv......BENJAMIN L. SHARP, b. February 01, 1886, Mercer County, Kentucky, USA; d. March 29, 1941, Los Angeles County, California, USA.

578. GEORGE DENNY (MASSA BARNETT LEAVELL, BENJAMIN, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born May 11, 1848 in Kentucky, USA, and died April 14, 1911 in Fayette County, Kentucky, USA. He married MARY DUNLOP Abt. 1871 in Kentucky, USA. She was born July 1848 in Kentucky, USA.

Notes for GEORGE DENNY:
Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Lancaster Court House, Garrard, Kentucky; Roll T9_415; Family History Film: 1254415; Page: 516.3000; Enumeration District: 43; Image: 0093.
George Denny...33...KY, KY, KY...lawyer...boarder
Mary Denny...37...KY, KY, KY...wife
Finley A. Denny...8...KY, KY, KY...son
Eugenia D. Denny...4...KY, KY, KY...dau
Marion V. Denny...2...KY, KY, KY...son

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Lexington Ward 1, Fayette, Kentucky; Roll T623_519; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 11.
George Denny...52...May 1848...KY, KY, KY...married 29 years...lawyer
May Dunlop Denny...51...July 1848...KY, KY, KY...5 children, 3 living
Rania D Denny...24...Oct 1873...KY, KY, KY...dau
* Hamilton Denny...22...jan 1878...KY, KY, KY...son...registry clerk
May Leavell Denny...18...Aug 1881...KY, KY, KY...dau...at school

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Lexington Ward 6, Fayette, Kentucky; Roll T624_474; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 34; Image: 817.
George Denny...62...KY, KY, KY...married 39 years....lawyer, office
Mary D Denny...60...KY, KY, KY...wife...5 children, 3 living
Eugenie W Denny...30...KY, KY, KY...dau
Massis L Denny...25...KY, KY, KY...dau
Eugene D Bars...45...KY, KY, KY...sister-in-law

Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953
Name: George Denny
Death Date: 14 Apr 1911
Death Location: Fayette
Residence Location: Fayette
Age: 62
Gender: Male
Ethnicity: White
Birth Date: 11 May 1848
Birth Location: Kentucky
Father's Name: Alexander S Denny
Father's Birth Location: Kentucky
Mother's Name: Marcia Leavell
Mother's Birth Location: Kentucky

Children of GEORGE DENNY and MARY DUNLOP are:
.....i.....FINLEY A. DENNY, b. Abt. 1872, Kentucky, USA.
.....ii.....EUGENIA DENNY, b. Abt. 1876, Kentucky, USA.
.....iii.....MARION DENNY, b. Abt. 1878, Kentucky, USA.
.....iv.....MASSIE DENNY, b. Abt. 1885, Fayette County, Kentucky, USA.
.....v.....MARY LEAVELL DENNY, b. August 1881.

579. DORCAS MILLER LEAVELL (LEWIS YANCY, BENJAMIN, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born 2 January 1853 in Garrard County, Kentucky, USA, and died October 1909 in Lancaster, Garrard, Kentucky, USA. DOB per "Kentucky Births and Christenings, 1839-1960" at familysearch.org She married JUDGE WILLIAM ESTILL WALKER May 27, 1872 in Garrard County, Kentucky, USA, son of CHARLES WALKER and NANCY EMBRY. He was born March 03, 1842 in Richmond, Madison, Kentucky, USA, and died August 31, 1900 in Lancaster, Garrard, Kentucky, USA.

Notes for DORCAS MILLER LEAVELL:
1880 - Lancaster Court House, Garrard, Kentucky
Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Lancaster Court House, Garrard, Kentucky; Roll: T9_415; Family History Film: 1254415; Page: 508.1000; Enumeration District: 43; Image: 0077.
William E. Walker...38...IN...farmer
Dorcas L. Walker...27...IN
Lewis Walker ...7...IN
Charley Walker...5...IN
Mattie Walker...2...IN
Martha Leavell...56...KY, KY, KY...mother-in-law...widowed
Alexander Miller...30...B...servant
George Hayden...23...B...laborer
Scilla Hayden...20...B...cook

A History of Kentucky and Kentuckians by E. Polk Johnson, Lewis Publishing Company:
Judge W. E. Walker was summoned to the life eternal on the 31st of August, 1900, and his wife, who was born in Garrard county and whose father, the late Lewis Y. Leavell, was president of the First National Bank at Lancaster at the time of his death, survived her honored husband by nearly a decade, her death occurring on the 18th of October 1909.

Notes for WILLIAM EMBRY (OR ESTILL) WALKER:
History of Kentucky by Charles Kerry, William Elsey Connelley, Ellis Merton Coulter:
William E. Walker, father of Judge Walker, was a leader in public affairs, though his life was chiefly devoted to his farm. He was born at Richmond in March, 1842, received part of his education in Transylvania College, then located at Harrodsburg, and shortly after hsi marriage moved to Garrard County and conducted a farm near Lancaster. He served eight years, 1882 to 1890, as county judge of Garrard county, and was a representative in the Legislature in 1896. He was a democrat, and a member of the Presbyterian Church. His death occurred at Lancaster, August 31, 1900. William E. Walker married Dorcas Leavell, who was born in Garrard County in January, 1853, and died at Lancaster in October, 1909. Of their children Lewis Leavell is the oldest; Charles Jones, while an employee of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company, was killed in an accident in Rockcastle County at the age of twenty-nine; Martha, is the wife of George D. Robinson, a farm in Garrard county; the fourth, a son, died in infancy; William E., who served with the Expeditionary Forces in the Army of Occupation eighteen months, is still in the army service, stationed near San Antonio, Texas; Green Clay is the present county attorney of Garrard County; Horace Lackey is an attorney for the Southern Railroad Company and lives at Washington, District of Columbia; Nancy, the youngest, is the wife of William B. Burton, a farmer at Lancaster.

Notes for JUDGE WILLIAM ESTILL WALKER:

Southern Biographies and Genealogies, 1500s-1940s
Lewis Leavell Walker
.....Among the distinguished members of the Garrard county bar is numbered Lewis Leavell Walker, formerly circuit judge of the thirteenth judicial district and for many years an outstanding figure in legal circles of Lancaster, his native town. He was born February 15, 1873, and represents one of the honored pioneer families of Kentucky. His grandfather, Dr. Charles Jones Walker, was born June 22, 1799, in Madison county, Kentucky, and was the eldest of the six children of James and Nancy (Estill) Walker. His grandfather, Asaph Walker, migrated from Buckingham county, Virginia, to Kentucky in 1782, casting in his lot with the early settlers of Madison county. He participated in the Indian campaigns under Generals St. Clair and Wayne and remained a resident of Madison county until his death in 1815.
.....Dr. Charles J. Walker studied medicine under his uncle, Dr. David Walker, a prominent physician of St. Louis, Missouri, and in 1822 was graduated from Transylvania University with the degree of M. D. He practiced in Richmond for more than a half century and was classed with the foremost physicians of central Kentucky. He was chairman of the democratic county committee of Madison county for several years and in 1838 was elected to represent his district in the Kentucky assembly, afterward becoming a member of the state senate. He reached the age of seventy-nine years, passing away in Richmond in 1878. His wife, Nancy Embry, was born in Madison county in 1810 and died at Richmond in 1893.
.....They were the parents of William E. Walker, who was born at Richmond in March, 1842, and completed his education in Transylvania College. He located at Richmond and shortly after his marriage moved to Garrard county. He was a successful agriculturist and owned a valuable estate of six hundred acres in the vicinity of Lancaster. A man of strong character and keen intellect, he was well equipped for leadership in thought and action. He was one of the influential democrats of central Kentucky and was the first candidate for county judge on that ticket to be elected in Garrard county after the close of the Civil war. He served for eight years, from 1882 until 1890, and in 1896 became a member of the state legislature. At the time when Cassius M. Clay, of Kentucky, was United States minister to Russia, Judge William E. Walker was for two years an attache of the legation and resided in the city of St. Petersburg, now known as Petrograd. He was a zealous member of the Presbyterian church, with which his wife, Dorcas (Leavell) Walker, was also affiliated. She was born in Garrard county in 1853 and died at Lancaster in 1909, while his demise occurred on the 31st of August, 1900. Mrs. Walker was a daughter of Lewis Y. Leavell, president of the First National Bank of Lancaster and a financier of high standing. Judge William E. Walker was the father of eight children, but the fourth died in infancy. Charles Jones, the second son, entered the employ of the Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company and was killed in an accident in Rockcastle county in 1903, when he was a young man of twenty-nine years. The others are: Lewis Leavell; Martha, the wife of George D. Robinson, who is engaged in farming in Garrard county; William E., who acted as secretary of the Lancaster Milling Company and went to France with the American Expeditionary Forces, also going to Germany with the Army of Occupation, after which he was stationed near San Autonio, Texas; Green Clay, who was editor and publisher of the Central Record,
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a Lancaster paper, and was later county attorney of Garrard county; Horace Lackey, an attorney for the Southern Railroad Company and a resident of Washington, D. C.; and Nancy Embry, who became the wife of William B. Burton, a farmer residing near Lancaster.
.....Judge Lewis L. Walker received his early instruction in the public schools of Lancaster and then entered Central University at Richmond, from which he was graduated in 1893. He taught school for one term in Lancaster and studied law under William O. Bradley, former United States senator. Judge Walker was admitted to the bar in August, 1894, and was associated with his preceptor until Mr. Bradley was elected governor of Kentucky, when he succeeded to the latter's important law business. Judge Walker soon established an enviable reputation as a corporation lawyer, becoming attorney for the Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company and for the Citizens National Bank of Lancaster, of which he was also elected a director, and likewise took charge of the legal interests of other large firms. He was chosen county attorney in 1901, filling out an unexpired term, and on January 1, 1908, became city attorney of Lancaster. He acted in that capacity until August, 1910, when he was appointed by the governor of the state to fill a vacancy caused by the death of M. C. Sauffley, judge of the thirteenth judicial circuit, comprising Garrard, Boyle, Lincoln and Mercer counties. Judge Walker brought to the office an instinctive love of justice, breadth of mind and a thorough grasp of the law, and his rulings were strictly fair and impartial. He acted as special judge in the Lyle will case at Winchester, Clark county, and while administering the legal affairs of the circuit rendered the first decision given by the courts relative to the taxation of liquors in storage. He remained on the bench until January, 1912, and was not a candidate for reelection. In 1915 he was the republican nominee for lieutenant governor of Kentucky and during the World war devoted much of his time to national service. He was chairman of the speakers' bureau and in behalf of the various drives campaigned throughout Garrard and the surrounding counties. He is regarded as one of the foremost lawyers of this section of the state and draws his practice from a wide area. His offices are located in the Walker building, of which he is the owner, and he also has other valuable realty holdings in Lancaster, whose growth and improvement are matters in which he takes much personal pride.
.....In 1902 Judge Walker was married, in Garrard county, to Miss Eliza Jennings Lusk, whose father, William J. Lusk, was a prosperous farmer and an able lawyer, and her demise occurred in February, 1907. In April, 1909, at Lancaster, Judge Walker wedded Miss Grace Kinnaird, who passed away in 1910. She was a daughter of Robert Kinnaird, a successful banker and insurance broker and at one time mayor of Lancaster. Judge Walker's third union was with Miss Flora Zeigler, to whom he was married December 3, 1911, in Covington, Kentucky. She was a native of Cincinnati, Ohio, and passed away April 19, 1915, leaving a son, Charles J., who was born July 23, 1913. On May 10, 1926, the Judge was married to Miss Ethyl Walter.
.....Judge Walker is a Presbyterian in religious faith, and he has been a delegate to various conventions of the republican party. In 1908 he became one of the trustees of the University of Kentucky, receiving his appointment from Governor Willson, and served on the board until 1915. He takes a keen interest in fraternal affairs and is a past chancellor of Garrard Lodge, No. 29, of the Knights of Pythias, and a past commander of Lancaster Tent, of the Knights of the Maccabees. He is connected with Lancaster Camp of the Modern Woodmen of America and is also a Mason, belonging to Lancaster Lodge, No. 104, F. & A. M.; Lancaster Chapter, No. 56, R. A. M.; and Ryan Commandery, No. 17, K. T., at Danville. He is a member of the Kentucky State Bar Association, and the firmness, frankness and integrity of his character and his legal acumen are uniformly acknowledged.
Children of DORCAS LEAVELL and WILLIAM WALKER are:
1232.....i.....LEWIS LEAVELL WALKER, b. February 15, 1873, Garrard County, Kentucky, USA; d. June 30, 1944, Garrard County, Kentucky, USA.
.....ii.....CHARLES JONES WALKER, b. September 04, 1874, Garrard County, Kentucky, USA; d. November 1903.
Notes for CHARLES JONES WALKER:
Charles Jones, the second son, entered the employ of the Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company and was killed in an accident in Rockcastle county in 1903, when he was a young man of twenty-nine years.

KENTUCKY BIRTH RECORDS, 1852-1910
Name: Chas J Walker
Birth Date: 4 Sep 1874
Birth County: Garrard
Ethnicity: White
Gender: Male
Father's Name: William E Walker
Mother's Name: Darcus Leavell
County of Residence: Garrard

.....iii.....MARTHA ANN WALKER, b. August 01, 1877, Garrard County, Kentucky, USA; d. October 19, 1942, Garrard County, Kentucky, USA; m. GEORGE D. ROBINSON.
Notes for MARTHA ANN WALKER:
KENTUCKY DEATH RECORDS, 1852-1953
Name: Martha Walker Robinson [Martha Walker Walker]
Death Date: 19 Oct 1942
Death Location: Garrard
Residence Location: Garrard
Age: 65
Gender: Female
Ethnicity: White
Birth Date: 1 Aug 1877
Birth Location: Garrard, Kentucky
Father's Name: William E Walker
Father's Birth Location: Madison
Mother's Name: Dorcas Leavell
Mother's Birth Location: Garrard
.....iv.....WILLIAM ESTILL WALKER, b. 1882; d. 1938. William E., who acted as secretary of the Lancaster Milling Company and went to France with the American Expeditionary Forces, also going to Germany with the Army of Occupation, after which he was stationed near San Autonio, Texas;
.....v.....GREEN CLAY WALKER, b. 1885. Green Clay, who was editor and publisher of the Central Record, a Lancaster paper, and was later county attorney of Garrard county;
.....vi.....HORACE LACKEY WALKER, b. 1888. Horace Lackey, an attorney for the Southern Railroad Company and a resident of Washington, D. C.;
.....vii.....NANCY EMBY WALKER, b. October 17, 1891, Garrard County, Kentucky, USA; d. April 10, 1953, Garrard County, Kentucky, USA; m. WILLIAM B. BURTON.
Notes for NANCY EMBY WALKER:
Nancy Embry, who became the wife of William B. Burton, a farmer residing near Lancaster.

KENTUCKY DEATH RECORDS, 1852-1952
Name: Nancy Walker Frisbie
[Nancy Walker Walker]
Death Date: 10 Apr 1953
Death Location: Garrard
Residence Location: Garrard
Age: 61
Gender: Female
Ethnicity: White
Birth Date: 17 Oct 1891
Birth Location: Garrard, Kentucky
Father's Name: William Estill Walker
Mother's Name: Dorcas Leavell

580. MILDRED ADELAIDE GOOCH (GIDEON, NANCY LEAVELL, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born Abt. 1837 in Shelby County, Missouri, and died Aft. 1880. She married GEORGE W. HARDY November 02, 1856 in Shelby County, Missouri. He was born November 05, 1837 in Shelby County, Missouri, and died July 15, 1897 in Shelby County, Missouri.

Notes for MILDRED ADELAIDE GOOCH:
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Geo. W. Hardy ... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 42 ... MO ... Farmer ... VA ... VA
Mildred Hardy ... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 42 ... MO ... Keeping House ... KY ... KY
Mary G. Hardy ... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 21 ... MO ... Keeping House ... MO ... MO
Susan Hardy ... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 18 ... MO ... Keeping House ... MO ... MO
Annie Hardy ... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 15 ... MO ... ... MO ... MO
Verdella Hardy ... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 12 ... MO ... ... MO ... MO
George Hardy ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 8 ... MO ... ... MO ... MO
Dora Hardy ... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 6 ... MO ... ... MO ... MO
Emma Hardy ... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 1 ... MO ... ... MO ... MO
1880...Census Place...Clay, Shelby, Missouri
Family History Library Film ...1254737 ...NA Film Number ...T9-0737 ...Page Number ...508D

More About GEORGE W. HARDY: Burial: Leonard Cemetery, Leonard, Shelby, MO

Children of MILDRED GOOCH and GEORGE HARDY are:
.....i.....MARY G. HARDY, b. Abt. 1859, Missouri.
.....ii.....SUSAN HARDY, b. Abt. 1862, Missouri.
.....iii.....ANNIE HARDY, b. Abt. 1865, Missouri.
.....iv.....VERDELLA HARDY, b. Abt. 1868, Missouri.
1233.....v.....GEORGE SAMUEL HARDY, b. January 12, 1872, Shelby County, Missouri; d. February 04, 1930.
.....vi.....DORA HARDY, b. Abt. 1874, Missouri.
.....vii.....EMMA HARDY, b. Abt. 1879, Missouri.

581. REBECCA FRANCES GOOCH (EDWARD, NANCY LEAVELL, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born Abt. 1835 in Richmond, Madison, Kentucky, USA, and died May 26, 1924 in Randolph County, Missouri. She married JOHN O'FINNELL October 23, 1862.

Children of REBECCA GOOCH and JOHN O'FINNELL are:
1234.....i.....ISA JANE FINNELL, b. December 01, 1863, Chariton County, Missouri, USA; d. December 12, 1933, Chariton County, Missouri, USA.
.....ii.....MARY BELLE FINNELL, b. Abt. 1865.
.....iii.....SELL GOOCH FINNELL, b. October 08, 1867.
.....iv.....FLORA FINNELL, b. July 25, 1869.
.....v.....EUGENE FINNELL, b. October 06, 1874.

582. JOHN GRANDISON CLARK (CYNTHIA ANN GOOCH, NANCY LEAVELL, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born December 08, 1830.

Child of JOHN GRANDISON CLARK is:
.....i.....HARRY CLARK. Notes for HARRY CLARK: Harry lived in Chico, Butte, California, USA.

583. NICHOLAS SCHOOLER CLARK (CYNTHIA ANN GOOCH, NANCY LEAVELL, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born November 08, 1832 in Trenton, Grundy, Missouri, and died November 16, 1898 in Fortuna, Humboldt, California. He married MARGARET ADARENE WHITMAN November 24, 1866. She was born January 24, 1849 in Abington, Illinois, and died June 1923 in Fortuna, Humboldt, California.

Notes for NICHOLAS SCHOOLER CLARK:
1860 census: Weston, Umitilla, OR
Nicholas, farmer, 37: Adarine, 21: young children Byron and Ellie.

I believe they had 3 more children.

Children of NICHOLAS CLARK and MARGARET WHITMAN are:
.....i.....JARVIS IRVIN CLARK, b. March 12, 1888, Fortuna, Humboldt, California; m. MARY FRANCES GUTHRIE, June 29, 1913; b. October 24, 1887.
.....ii.....BYRON CLARK.
.....iii.....ELLIE CLARK.

584. ORVILLE SCOTT CLARK (CYNTHIA ANN GOOCH, NANCY LEAVELL, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born February 12, 1848. He married FLORINDA SHURTZ December 13, 1869 in Umatilla, Oregon, USA. She was born December 12, 1852 in Oregon, USA.

Children of ORVILLE CLARK and FLORINDA SHURTZ are:
.....i.....ANNA CLARK, b. Willamete Valley, Linn, Oregon, USA.
.....ii.....DORA CLARK, b. Willamete Valley, Linn, Oregon, USA.
.....iii.....JO ELLA CLARK, b. Abt. 1877, Moscow, Latah, Idaho, USA.
.....iv......DOLLIE M. CLARK, b. Abt. 1879, Moscow, Latah, Idaho; d. Abt. 1954, Wallowa, Wallowa, Oregon; m. WILLIAM GOLTZ.
.....v.....NORA CLARK, b. Abt. 1880, Moscow, Latah, Idaho, USA; d. Abt. 1974, Solano County, California; m. D. S. CARR.
.....vi.....NELLIE ADELIN CLARK, b. October 03, 1882, Moscow, Latah, Idaho, USA; d. June 28, 1941, Canyon, Idaho; m. WILLIAM COTTINGHAM; b. Abt. 1880, Oregon.
.....vii.....JIM CLARK, b. Moscow, Latah, Idaho, USA.
.....viii.....EFFIE CLARK, b. Moscow, Latah, Idaho, USA.
.....ix.....BILLIE CLARK.
.....x.....GIDEON CLARK.
1235.....xi.....SCOTT CLARK, b. Abt. 1891, Lost Prairie, Wallowa, Oregon, USA.
.....xii.....DANIEL B. CLARK, b. Abt. 1892, Oregon; d. Abt. 1935, Wallowa County, Oregon.
.....xiii.....MONTIE MARIE CLARK, m. JACK GWYNNE.
.....xiv.....DAISY P. CLARK, b. Abt. 1898, Oregon; m. DELMER H. DIRKS.

585. WILLIAM ALEXANDER CLARK (CYNTHIA ANN GOOCH, NANCY LEAVELL, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born August 10, 1850 in Trenton, Grundy, Missouri, and died March 13, 1936. He married ELIZA PERMELIA KENNEY July 03, 1874. She was born Abt. 1858 in MN.

Children of WILLIAM CLARK and ELIZA KENNEY are:
.....i.....EVA CLARK, b. Abt. 1878, Weston, Umatilla, Oregon.
.....ii.....DORA CLARK, b. Abt. March 1880, Weston, Umatilla, Oregon.

586. ALEXANDER GOOCH (ROLLIN, NANCY LEAVELL, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born November 23, 1835 in Chariton County, Missouri, USA, and died 1920 in Linn County, Missouri, USA. He married MARY FRANCES BRAGG November 08, 1854 in Linn County, Missouri, USA, daughter of WILLIAM BRAGG and HANNAH FRANKS. She was born Abt. 1836 in Huntsville, Madison, Alabama, USA, and died December 08, 1871 in Linn County, Missouri, USA.

Children of ALEXANDER GOOCH and MARY BRAGG are:
1236.....i.....JAMES ROLAND GOOCH, b. December 16, 1855, Linn County, Missouri, USA; d. August 24, 1892, Lincoln County, Oklahoma, USA.
.....ii.....WILLIAM GOOCH, b. Abt. 1858, Missouri.
.....iii.....JOHN A. GOOCH, b. Abt. 1860, Missouri.
.....iv.....HARVEY P. GOOCH, b. Abt. 1861, Missouri.
.....v.....ELIZABETH GOOCH, b. Abt. 1866, Missouri.
.....vi.....HOWARD B. GOOCH, b. Abt. 1868, Missouri.

587. MILDRED GOOCH (ROLLIN, NANCY LEAVELL, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born July 09, 1846, and died December 14, 1913. She married GEORGE WILLIAM COOPER Abt. July 29, 1865 in Linn County, Missouri, USA, son of LEWIS COOPER and ELIZA ASBURY. He was born Abt. February 12, 1843 in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, USA, and died January 17, 1914 in Linn County, Missouri, USA. More About MILDRED GOOCH & GEORGE COOPER: Burial: Mount Olive Cem., Linn Co., MO

Children of MILDRED GOOCH and GEORGE COOPER are:
1237.....i.....JAMES EDWARD COOPER, b. Abt. July 25, 1866, Linn County, Missouri; d. Abt. March 11, 1942, Kansas.
1238.....ii.....NANCY D. COOPER, b. Abt. February 01, 1868, Linn County, Missouri; d. Abt. February 15, 1939, Missouri.
1239.....iii.....ROLAND JOHNSON COOPER, b. Abt. November 23, 1869, Shafter, Linn, Missouri, USA; d. Abt. 1922, Missouri, USA.
1240.....iv.....ANNA ELIZA COOPER, b. Abt. December 29, 1871, Shafter, Linn, Missouri; d. Abt. March 05, 1943.
1241.....v.....BELLE ZENIA COOPER, b. Abt. January 08, 1874, Linn County, Missouri; d. October 05, 1940, Idaho.
1242.....vi.....HOMER DANIEL COOPER, b. Abt. February 20, 1876, Linn County, Missouri; d. Abt. July 28, 1932, Missouri.
1243.....vii.....LOUISA ALICE COOPER, b. Abt. February 19, 1878, Linn County, Missouri, USA; d. Abt. July 17, 1940, Idaho.
1244.....viii.....MILDRED DORCAS COOPER, b. Abt. April 16, 1880, Linn County, Missouri; d. Abt. December 25, 1935, Linneus, Linn County, Missouri.
1245.....ix.....WILLIAM HERBERT COOPER, b. Abt. March 27, 1882, Linn County, Missouri; d. Abt. September 18, 1948, Idaho.
1246.....x.....GROVER ALEXANDER COOPER, b. Abt. November 24, 1884, Linn County, Missouri; d. Abt. May 07, 1948, Meadville, Linn County, Missouri.
1247.....xi.....WHEELER RANDOLPH COOPER, b. Abt. February 10, 1887, Linn County, Missouri.
.....xii.....HERMAN CRAIG COOPER, b. Abt. August 19, 1889, Linn County, Missouri; d. Abt. February 1944, Missouri; m. OLLIE MYRTLE BROWNING, Abt. February 14, 1909.

588. JENKINS GOOCH (ROLLIN, NANCY LEAVELL, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born Abt. 1847 in Linn County, Missouri. He married BETTY MORRIS, daughter of JEREMIAH MORRIS and MARTHA ?. She was born Abt. 1857 in Kentucky.

Notes for JENKINS GOOCH:
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Jenkins Gooch... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 38 ... MO ... Physician ... KY ... VA
Bettie Gooch... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 27 ... KY ... Keeping House ... KY ... KY
Tilden Gooch... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 5 ... MO ... ... MO ... KY
Linn Gooch... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 3 ... MO ... ... MO ... KY
Mansur Gooch... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 1M ... MO ... ... MO ... KY
1880...Census Place...Jackson, Linn, Missouri
...Family History Library Film ...1254700 ...NA Film Number ...T9-0700 ...Page Number ...555A

Children of JENKINS GOOCH and BETTY MORRIS are:
.....i.....TILDEN GOOCH, b. Abt. 1875, Linn County, Missouri.
1248.....ii.....LINN GOOCH, b. Abt. 1877, Linn County, Missouri; d. 1949, Laclede, Linn, Missouri.
.....iii.....MANSUR GOOCH, b. Abt. 1880, Linn County, Missouri.

589. NATHAN GOOCH (ROLLIN, NANCY LEAVELL, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born 1847 in Missouri, USA. He married ANNA ARNOLD. She was born in Missouri, USA.

Notes for NATHAN GOOCH:
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Nathan Gooch... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 25 ... MO ... Farmer ... KY ... VA
Annie Gooch... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 24 ... MO ... Keeping House ... KY ... MO
Henry Gooch... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 6 ... MO ... ... MO ... MO
Ora Gooch... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 2 ... MO ... ... MO ... MO
Eva Gooch... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 1M ... MO ... ... MO ... MO
Dud Phillips... Other ... S ... Male ... W ... 22 ... MO ... Farming ... KY ... KY
1880...Census Place...Jackson, Linn, Missouri
...Family History Library Film ...1254700 ...NA Film Number ...T9-0700 ...Page Number ...555A

Children of NATHAN GOOCH and ANNA ARNOLD are:
.....i.....HENRY GOOCH, b. Abt. 1872, Missouri.
.....ii.....ORA GOOCH, b. Abt. 1878.
.....iii.....ELVA LEE GOOCH, b. Abt. 1880, Missouri.
.....iv.....DANIEL L. GOOCH.
.....v.....FLOY CLEVE GOOCH.
.....vi.....ANN B. GOOCH.
.....vii.....TRESSIE MILDRED GOOCH.
.....viii.....ROLLEN ALEX GOOCH.

590. ROLLIN GOOCH (ROLLIN, NANCY LEAVELL, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born October 08, 1850 in Purdon, Jackson Township, Missouri, and died March 22, 1922. He married SYBIL ADAMS. She was born Abt. 1853. More About ROLLIN GOOCH: Burial: Mount Olive Cemetary, Shafter, Linn, Missouri

Children of ROLLIN GOOCH and SYBIL ADAMS are:
.....i.....HIRAM GOOCH, b. Abt. 1877.
.....ii.....ERNEST GOOCH, b. Abt. 1878.
.....iii.....ADA GOOCH, b. Abt. 1879.
.....iv.....DEAN GOOCH, b. Abt. 1884.
.....v.....NANCY GOOCH, b. Abt. 1884.
.....vi.....MARK GOOCH, b. Abt. 1890.
.....vii.....IRA GOOCH, b. Abt. 1894.
.....viii.....LEE GOOCH, b. Abt. 1895.
.....ix.....NOLAND GOOCH, b. Abt. 1898.
.....x.....LILLIE GOOCH, b. Abt. 1900.

591. JAMES LEAVELL STEPHENSON (MARGARET LEAVELL, JAMES, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born July 28, 1837 in Missouri, USA, and died January 30, 1913 in Lingo, Macon, Missouri, USA. He married NANCY M. WADE December 17, 1867, daughter of A. WADE and MISSOURI STEPHENSON. She was born January 11, 1838 in Montgomery County, Missouri, USA, and died July 27, 1915 in Bucklin, Linn, Missouri, USA.

Notes for JAMES LEAVELL STEPHENSON:
Burial: 31 Jan 1913, High Hill Cemetery
Cause of Death: ascending paralysis
Census: 1850, US Federal Census, xx, Montgomery, MO, USA
Medical Information: Missouri Death Certificate # 6010

More About NANCY M. (NANNIE) WADE:
Burial: High Hill Cemetery
Cause of Death: Obstructive Jaundice
Census: 1880, US Federal Census, xx, Macon, MO, USA
Medical Information: Missouri Death Certificate # 22250

Children of JAMES STEPHENSON and NANCY WADE are:
.....i.....ERNEST L. STEPHENSON.
.....ii.....BEULAH M. STEPHENSON.
.....iii.....EFFIE LEE STEPHENSON.

592. MARY ELIZABETH STEPHENSON (MARGARET LEAVELL, JAMES, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born April 01, 1840 in Missouri, and died July 17, 1917 in Marceline, Linn, Missouri, USA. She married JOSEPH MEREDITH STILL September 06, 1860 in Montgomery County, Missouri, USA, son of MEREDITH STILL and ELIZABETH SANDERS. He was born March 12, 1833 in Montgomery County, Missouri, USA, and died October 18, 1901 in Macon County, Missouri, USA.

Notes for MARY ELIZABETH STEPHENSON:
Burial: 29 Jul 1917, High Hill Cemetery
Cause of Death: interstitial nephritis
Census: 1850, US Federal Census, xx, Montgomery, MO, USA
Medical Information: Missouri Death Certificate # 25805

More About JOSEPH M. STILL:
Burial: High Hill Cemetery
Census: 1900, US Federal Census, xx, Macon, MO, USA

Children of MARY STEPHENSON and JOSEPH STILL are:
1249.....i.....REBECCA MAGGIE STILL, b. June 14, 1861, Missouri; d. February 21, 1928.
1250.....ii.....JAMES JOSEPH STILL, b. August 18, 1862, Montgomery County, Missouri; d. November 17, 1924, Marceline, Linn County, Missouri.
1251.....iii.....PEYTON PITTMAN STILL, b. May 13, 1866, Macon County, Missouri, USA; d. January 23, 1932, Marceline, Linn, Missouri, USA.
.....iv.....ALEXANDER WALTER STILL, b. October 01, 1869, Macon County, Missouri, USA; d. July 01, 1945, Macon County, Missouri, USA.

Notes for ALEXANDER WALTER STILL:
Burial: 14 Jul 1945, High Hill Cemetery,
Census: 1900, US Federal Census, xx, Macon, MO, USA
Medical Information: Missouri Death Certificate # 27860
1252.....v.....BENJAMIN FRANKLIN STILL, b. September 23, 1871; d. June 01, 1951.
.....vi.....LEE L. STILL, b. January 30, 1876; d. November 28, 1878.
1253.....vii.....JOHN HARVIE STILL, b. January 23, 1881, Macon County, Missouri, USA; d. May 30, 1941, Marceline, Linn County, Missouri, USA.

593. REBECCA JANE STEPHENSON (MARGARET LEAVELL, JAMES, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born March 22, 1842 in Warren, Missouri, and died October 08, 1932 in Sarcoxie, Lawrence, Missouri, USA. She married (1) LEWIS GENTRY WRIGHT June 06, 1860 in Gasconnade County, Missouri. He was born Abt. 1839 in Missouri, USA, and died October 1877 in Montgomery County, Missouri, USA. She married (2) ROBERT GREEN CUNDIFF October 29, 1888 in Carroll County, Missouri, USA, son of JOSEPH CUNDIFF and SARAH MCFARLAND. He was born January 28, 1827 in Montgomery County, Missouri, USA, and died November 26, 1916 in Miami, Saline County, Missouri, USA.

Notes for REBECCA "JANE" STEPHENSON:
Joplin Globe, Tuesday, October 11, 1932
Mrs. Rebecca Cundiff, 91, Dies at Sarcoxie
.....Mrs. Rebecca Jane Cundiff, 91 years old, a resident of Joplin and vicinity for approximately thirty years, died Saturday at the home of a son, James P. Wright of Sarcoxie. Death came to Mrs. Cundiff while she was visiting the son. She had been residing at the home of a daughter, Mrs. L. O. Glover, 706 North Wall Street. She was born in Warren County.
.....Surviving besides the son and daughter are two other sons, John R. Wright of Mundell, Ark., and L. P. Wright of Miami Station, Mo., and a number of grandchildren.
.....Funeral services will be conducted at 2 o'clock this afternoon at the grave in Forest Park Cemetery. The Rev. G. Frank Sanders, pastor of the First Christian Church, will be in charge.

1860 Census (split entry, pages 196, 197):
Lewis Wright, age 22, male, farmer, value of property $411, born in Missouri
Jane Wright, age 19, female, born in Missouri
Emerine Callaway, age 40, female, born in Kentucky
Isam Burks, age 17, male, born in Missouri
Polk Burks, age 14, male, born in Missouri
Louisa Burks, age 12, female, born in Missouri, attended school within the year
Sarah Burks, age 10, female, born in Missouri, attended school within the year
On-line records seem to indicate that the Burks children (which may also include Harry and Robert N.) lost their mother before 1860. Their father, Eli Burks, remarried in 1864.
NOTE: Polk Burks would later be a witness to a land transaction of Lewis Gentry Wright
NOTE: William Madison Wright and Mariah Bush Wright family are living next door. Rebecca left Bluffton and bought this property that she is living on. Also, nearby are the William Ambrose Wright family, son of Wm. Madison Wright. Why did she buy this property in a remote and rural area to be near these families?

1880 census (split entry, page 52, page 53):
Rebeca (sic) J. Wright, white, female, age 38, widowed, farmer, born in MO, father born in MO, mother born in KY
John R. Wright, white, male, age 17, son, single, working at home, maimed, crippled, bedridden or otherwise disabled, born in MO, father born in MO, mother born in MO, attended school within the census year.
Alice Wright, white, female, age 13, daughter, single, house keeper, attended school within the census year, born in MO, father born in MO, mother born in MO
Louesa (sic) Wright, white, female, age 12, daughter, apartment keeper, maimed, crippled, bedridden or otherwise disabled, attended school within the census year, cannot write, born in MO, father born in MO, mother born in MO
Lewis P. Wright, white, male, age 10, son, single, work on farm, attended school within the census year, cannot write, born in MO, father born in MO, mother born in MO
Sarah D. Wright, white, female, age 6, daughter, single, born in MO, father born in MO, mother born in MO

1900 Census:
Robert Cundiff, head, white, male, birth month Jan, birth year 1827, age 73, married, number of years married 11, born in MO, father born in KY, mother born in KY, farmer, months not employed 4,
Rebecca J. Cundiff, white, female, birth month March, birth year 1842, age 58, married, number of years married 11, 6 out of 6 children living, born in MO, father born in MO, mother born in MO

NOTE: Rebecca Jane Stephenson Wright married her Aunt Frances Dillard Stephenson Cundiff's widower, Robert G. Cundiff.
In the 1930 US census, she is listed as Jane R. Cundiff. She actually went by the name Jane rather than Rebecca. Most family records list her as Grandma Cundiff. In 1850 US Federal Census, this family is listed incorrectly as "Stephens." In 1876 Missouri State Census Collection, she is listed with all six of her children and is living in Osage County. Why is she living in Osage Co.? Next door are her sister, Julia "Margaret" and her husband, Henry Dodd.

Forest Park Cemetery listing was for Rebecca Jane Cardiff (someone transcribed incorrectly).

More About REBECCA "JANE" STEPHENSON:
1850 Census: 1850, US Federal Census, xx, Montgomery, MO, USA
1860 Census: 30 Sep 1860, Loutre Township, Montgomery Co., MO, USA
1870 Census: 28 Jun 1870, Loutre Township, Montgomery Co., MO, USA
1880 Census: 1880, US Federal Census, Loutre, Montgomery, MO, USA
1900 Census: 18 Jun 1900, Miami Township, Saline Co., MO, USA
1920 Census: 1920, US Federal Census, Flat Creek, Barry, MO, USA
1930 Census: 1930, US Federal Census, Joplin, Jasper, MO, USA

Burial: 09 Oct 1932, Sec. 25, Lt. 147, Sp. 4, Forest Park Cemetery by F. A. Engelage of Sarcoxie
Cause of Death: thrombosis of heart; senile gangrene
Census: 1876, Missouri State Census Collection, Osage Co.
Medical Information: Missouri Death Certificate # 32785 Informant listed as Nell Odyer. This is most probably her granddaughter, Nell Glover Dwyer.
Photograph of Person: Yes
Photograph of Stone: No; there is no stone.

Notes for LEWIS GENTRY WRIGHT:
Family Legend:
....."Lewis Gentry Wright at 9 years of age, and older brother at eleven years of age, left their family. It has been stated that there was either strife with their father or something had happened to him. Allegedly Lewis resided with a family in Montgomery County, MO, and the brother went on up the river - never to be heard from again.
.....Again, alllegedly, the family that Lewis resided with had a name with "wright" in it, i. e., Boatwright, Wainwright, etc., and Lewis took the name of Wright. The family was always told that he was of Irish origins.
.....His surname of birth has never been known, but see RaVae's notes * below for further investigation.
.....Lewis Gentry Wright died Oct.1877 (fact). He contracted Tuberculosis (known as consumption) during the Civil War. When he came home, he knew he was very ill, so sold his many holdings of land in Montgomery County, Missouri (fact). He moved his family to Bluffton (fact). He died soon after and was buried on an island. Loutre (pronounced Looter) Island is a triangle-shaped parcel of land surrounded by rivers on all three sides. Also, at the time of his death, there were still many islands in the Missouri River in this area (fact). Nonetheless, the spring after he was buried, the ice floes jammed the river and caused extensive floodings. When the flood waters cleared, the grave of Lewis Gentry Wright was missing."

*RaVae's notes:
See the 1860 census information below and THEN look at the 1850 census information that follows. Could this be OUR Lewis Gentry Wright (Louis Burks). Age is right AND there is the older brother, Grundy, that is never found in the census records again. Also, this family comes to live with Lewis and Rebecca Jane in 1860, and close contact is kept with the families based on the later land record that Polk (James K. Polk Burk) Burk witnesses. And the surname "Burks" is typically associated with Irish origins. At this point, only DNA testing would establish any relationship, but will need to find a living male descendant of the Burks family to test against a living male Wright descendant. Since there are only James K. Polk Burks and Isam ((Isham) Burks that can be found at a later date, they would be the only ones that MIGHT have a male descendant. Chances are slim :(

1870 Census
Isham Burks Pleasant Hill, Cass, MO abt 1844 Missouri White Male

1860 Census (split entry, pages 196, 197), Montgomery Co., MO:
Lewis Wright, age 22, male, farmer, value of property $411, born in Missouri
Jane Wright, age 19, female, born in Missouri
Emerine Callaway, age 40, female, born in Kentucky
Isam Burks, age 17, male, born in Missouri
Polk Burks, age 14, male, born in Missouri
Louisa Burks, age 12, female, born in Missouri, attended school within the year
Sarah Burks, age 10, female, born in Missouri, attended school within the year

1850 Census, Montgomery Co., MO:
William Burks, age 60, farmer, born in North Carolina
Emmerrine Burks, age 31, born in Kentucky
Grundy Burks, 16, farmer, born in Tennessee
LOUIS BURKS, AGE 12, BORN IN MISSOURI
Isam Burks, age 7, born in Missouri
James K. P. Burks, age 4, born in Missouri
Luisa Burks, age 2, born in Missouri
Sarah Burks, age 3/12, born in Missouri
NOTE: Polk Burks would later be a witness to a land transaction of Lewis Gentry Wright

His widow, Jane, bought land in Montgomery Co., MO, in February of 1878, and moved there with the children
who were left at home.

On one land record in Montgomery County, MO, he gives his place of birth as Linn County, MO. Further research is required to see if he is related to the Wright family of Linn County, but this may be unlikely based upon the above-stated information regarding LGW's heritage.
Date of death provided by Rebecca Jane Stephenson Wright Cundiff before her death.

Obituary:
R. G. Cundiff died Nov. 26 at his home four miles east of Miami. Deceased was born near Big Spring, Montgomery Co., Jan. 28, 1827, where he grew to manhood. Later he purchased land near White Rock in Carroll Co. where he made his home for a number of years. Feb. 10, 1853, he was married to Miss Frances D. (Maggie) Stephenson of Warren Co. To this union two children were born: Thomas D. S., who made his home with his aged father near Miami, and Sarah J. who died at age 20 years. His wife died Mar. 18, 1885, and on Oct 28,
1888, he was remarried to Mrs. R. J. Wright, who with T. D. S. and family comforted his old age until the end. He was a member of the Baptist Church. Beside aged widow he is survived by 5 grandchildren and 3 greatgrandchildren. Burial at Miami.

More About ROBERT GREEN CUNDIFF:
Burial: Miami Cemetery, Miami, Saline, MO, USA
Census: 1850, US Federal Census, xx, Montgomery, MO, USA

Children of REBECCA STEPHENSON and LEWIS WRIGHT are:
1254.....i.....JOHN ROBERT WRIGHT, b. November 06, 1861, Montgomery County, Missouri, USA; d. August 12, 1950, Vera, Washington County, Oklahoma, USA.
1255.....ii.....JAMES PATTERSON WRIGHT, b. May 10, 1865, Montgomery County, Missouri, USA; d. July 06, 1933, Wentworth, Lawrence County, Missouri, USA.
1256.....iii.....ALICE M. WRIGHT, b. March 12, 1866, Montgomery County, Missouri, USA; d. February 28, 1928, Laclede County, Missouri, USA.
1257.....iv.....LOUISA M. WRIGHT, b. September 30, 1867, Montgomery County, Missouri, USA; d. May 31, 1943, Joplin, Jasper, Missouri, USA.
1258.....v.....LOUIS PEYTON WRIGHT, b. March 29, 1869, Montgomery County, Missouri, USA; d. April 26, 1957, Triplett, Chariton County, Missouri, USA.
1259.....vi.....SARAH WRIGHT, b. August 1873, Montgomery County, Missouri, USA; d. Abt. 1914, Arapahoe, Custer, Indian Territory (Oklahoma).

594. NICHOLAS PEYTON STEPHENSON (MARGARET LEAVELL, JAMES, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born November 19, 1844 in St. Charles, St. Charles County, Missouri, USA, and died September 05, 1924 in Macon County, Missouri, USA. He married ELLEN VAN TINE June 13, 1872, daughter of ABRAHAM VAN TINE and MARY CROOK. She was born August 26, 1852 in Somerville, Somerset, New Jersey, USA, and died January 16, 1922 in Lingo, Macon County, Missouri, USA.

Notes for NICHOLAS PEYTON STEPHENSON:
Obituary, The Marceline Mirror, September 12, 1924:

.....Nicholas Peyton Stephenson was born in Saint Charles County, Missouri, November 19, 1844. When a small boy about four years of age he, with his parents moved to Montgomery County, Missouri. During the Civil War, he moved to Macon County and located on the farm where he continued to reside until his passing September 5, 1924, his age at death being seventy-nine years nine months and fourteen days. On June 13, 1872, he was united in marriage to Miss Ellen Van Tine. to this union was born twelve children, four of them dying in infancy. The living are Alfred Stephenson of Marceline, Mo., Henry Stephenson of Garlington, Okla., Oscar Stephenson of Hazenmore, Saskatchewan, Canada; Mrs. Dora Lingo of near Marceline, Mo., Miss Nannie Stephenson of Kansas City, Mo.,; Mrs. Myrtle Bratcher of Goltry, Okla.; Frank Stephenson of near Marceline and Miss Ida Lee Baker of Salina, Kans. All of whom were present at the funeral except the son, Henry.
.....At about twenty-five years of age Uncle Peyt, as he of latter years has been so familiarly known, became converted and united with the Cumberland Presbyterian Church and remained in that faith until he was called home. His loving companion who had her passing January 16, 1922, not quite two years ago, was also of the same faith. They encouraged religious influences in the community and succeeded in training their children up in not only good and honest principles but also in the Christian faith, most of them professing Christ. The deceased has lived in the community of High Hill for more than fifty years encouraging the development of the country, enhancing the value of his home and bringing every comfort to his family within his power. He has been particularly interested in the education of his own children and his neighbor's children. He has ever been a leading spirit in the community. He is now called to his home and companion for which call he has waited with patience. He was very suddenly taken ill and taken to the hospital at Marceline where all was done for his recovery that skilled physicians could do, but his convictions were that his time had come. His leaving was peaceful.
.....There are left to mourn their loss his eight children, seven children-in-law, twenty-three grandchildren, six great grandchildren the presence of any one of which always brought a loving smile upon his face, a loving sister, Mrs. Jane Cundiff of Miami, Mo., and many more distant relatives and a number of kind friends and appreciatve neighbors feel keenly the loss of a good man. The funeral was conducted at High Hill by Rev. Geo. W. Saunders and his body was laid in the High Hill Cemetery beside his loving companion.
More About NICHOLAS PEYTON STEPHENSON:
Burial: High Hill Cemetery, Macon Co., MO, USA
Cause of Death: peritonitis from appendicitis
Census: 1850, US Federal Census, xx, Montgomery, MO, USA
Medical Information: Missouri Death Certificate # 26564

More About ELLEN VAN TINE:
Burial: High Hill Cemetery
Census: 1900, US Federal Census, xx, Macon, MO, USA
Medical Information: Missouri Death Certificate # 1757

Children of NICHOLAS STEPHENSON and ELLEN VAN TINE are:
1260.....i.....JAMES ALFRED STEPHENSON, b. May 18, 1873, Macon County, Missouri, USA; d. December 18, 1967, Marceline, Linn, Missouri, USA.
.....ii.....WILLIAM HARVEY STEPHENSON, b. September 13, 1874, Linn County, Missouri, USA; d. October 24, 1875, Linn County, Missouri, USA.
.....iii.....HENRY ALEXANDER STEPHENSON, b. Abt. 1876, Missouri; d. February 29, 1968.
1261.....iv.....GEORGE OSCAR STEPHENSON, b. Abt. 1878, Missouri, USA; d. March 30, 1964.
1262.....v.....MADORA EVALINE STEPHENSON, b. Abt. 1880, Missouri, USA; d. January 24, 1973.
.....vi.....NANNIE ELLEN STEPHENSON, b. December 1884, Missouri; d. December 29, 1969, Marceline, Linn, Missouri, USA; m. CURTIS STATON, June 12, 1926; b. December 12, 1878, Windsor, Henry, Missouri; d. November 30, 1954, Guthrie, Callaway, Missouri, USA.

Notes for NANNIE ELLEN STEPHENSON:
More About CURTIS STATON:
Burial: 03 Dec 1954, near Louisiana, MO
Cause of Death: general arteriosclerosis
Medical Information: Missouri Death Certificate # 36725
.....vii.....LILY MYRTLE STEPHENSON, b. January 09, 1890, Missouri; d. August 10, 1987; m. ? BRATCHER.
1263.....viii.....FRANCIS EARL STEPHENSON, b. February 18, 1892, Macon County, Missouri, USA; d. February 02, 1967.
.....ix.....IDA LEE STEPHENSON, b. August 20, 1894, Missouri, USA; d. October 25, 1989; m. ? BAKER.

595. SARAH FRANCES STEPHENSON (MARGARET LEAVELL, JAMES, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born February 26, 1850 in Linn County, Missouri, USA, and died October 30, 1903 in Linn County, Missouri, USA. She married SAMUEL S. STILL December 17, 1868, son of MEREDITH STILL and ELIZABETH SANDERS. He was born January 07, 1841 in Montgomery County, Missouri, USA, and died June 24, 1912 in Fulton, Callaway, Missouri.

Notes for SARAH FRANCES STEPHENSON:
buried in Stein Cemetery

More About SAMUEL S. STILL:
Burial: 25 Jun 1912, Stein Cemetery, Linn Co., MO, USA
Cause of Death: bronchopneumonia
Census: 1900, US Federal Census, xx, Macon, MO, USA
Medical Information: Missouri Death Certificate # 20650

Notes for SAMUEL S. STILL:
http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=bryant&id=I5312

Children of SARAH STEPHENSON and SAMUEL STILL are:
1264.....i.....JESSE FRANKLIN STILL, b. September 15, 1869, Linn County, Missouri, USA; d. August 28, 1933, Marceline, Linn County, Missouri, USA.
.....ii.....MARGARETTE E. STILL, b. June 23, 1871, Missouri, USA; d. September 11, 1872, Missouri, USA.
.....iii.....JOHN DILLARD STILL, b. March 13, 1873, Missouri, USA; d. May 18, 1918, Missouri, USA.
.....iv......MARY JANE STILL, b. May 04, 1875, Missouri, USA; d. July 04, 1876, Missouri, USA.
.....v.....NICHOLAS STILL, b. January 07, 1877, Missouri, USA; d. January 17, 1877, Missouri, USA.
.....vi.....ANDREW LEVAL STILL, b. March 12, 1878, Marceline, Linn, Missouri, USA; d. November 24, 1948, Chariton County, Missouri, USA; m. SALOME ?.

Notes for ANDREW LEVAL STILL:
Burial: 27 Nov 1948, Marceline, xx, MO, USA
Cause of Death: ..... apparently from a coronary
Census: 1880, US Federal Census, xx, Chariton, MO, USA
Medical Information: Missouri Death Certificate # 35827
1265.....vii.....DELIAH FRANCES STILL, b. March 13, 1880, Chariton County, Missouri, USA; d. July 23, 1961.
.....viii.....ENLOA ELLAN STILL, b. September 26, 1882, Missouri, USA.
.....ix.....JOSEPH SAMUEL STILL, b. April 18, 1883.
Notes for JOSEPH SAMUEL STILL:
Burial: 17 Sep 1913, Still Cemetery
Cause of Death: pulmonary edema
Census: 1900, US Federal Census, xx, Macon, MO, USA
Medical Information: Missouri Death Certificate # 29283

Burial: September 17, 1913, Macon County, Missouri, USA

.....x.....HIRAM LEE STILL, b. September 21, 1886, Missouri, USA; d. October 11, 1918; m. ARENA JANE RUSK; b. September 20, 1888, Missouri, USA; d. January 27, 1931, Marceline, Linn, Missouri, USA.
Notes for HIRAM LEE STILL:
More About ARENA JANE RUSK:
Burial: 29 Jan 1931, Mt. Olivet Cemetery
Cause of Death: peritonitis
Medical Information: Missouri Death Certificate # 1986

More About ARENA JANE RUSK: Burial: Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Kearney, Clay, MO

.....xi.....MELVIN STILL, b. July 08, 1889, Missouri, USA; d. January 1979.

596. BENJAMIN F. LEAVELL (WILLIAM HARVEY, JAMES, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born Abt. 1843 in Missouri, USA, and died December 23, 1881, buried in Pleasant View Cemetery, known as Spry Graveyard. Located in Warren County, formerly part of Montgomery County. Southwest of High Hill, Mo. He married MARY J. ?. She was born Abt. 1846 in Missouri, USA.

Notes for BENJAMIN F. LEAVELL:
Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Loutre, Montgomery, Missouri; Roll: M593_794; Page: 78A; Image: 159; Family History Library Film: 552293.
Benjamin Level...28...W...M...MO...farmer...$3000 real estate...$400 personal
Henry Level...23...W...M...MO...farm laborer
Violet Level...61...W...F...IL...keeping house
Nancy Logan Level ...11...F...F...MO

1880 Census Place Loutre, Montgomery, Missouri
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Ben F. Level...Self...M...Male...W...37...MO...Farmer...KY...MO
Mary J. Level...Wife...M...Female...W...34...MO...Keeping House...MO...MO
Harry M. Level...Son...S...Male...W...8...MO......MO...MO
L. H. Fikey...Son...S...Male...W...5...MO......MO...MO

Cemetery Records of Montgomery County, Missouri Volume II
Name: Benjamin F. Leavell
Death Date: 23 Dec 1881
Age: 39 yr., 6 mo., 9 da.
Cemetery: Pleasant View Cemetery
Description: Known as Spry Graveyard. Located in Warren County, formerly part of Montgomery County. Southwest of High Hill, Mo.

Child of BENJAMIN LEAVELL and MARY ? is:
.....i.....HARRY M. LEAVELL, b. Abt. 1872, Montgomery County, Missouri, USA.

Notes for HARRY M. LEAVELL:
Any connection?
1900 - Platte, Clinton, Missouri
Harry Leavell...25...June 1874...MO, MO, MO...married 2 years...day laborer
Emma Leavell...21...Jan 1879...MO, MO, MO
.....ii.....HARVEY L. LEAVELL, born Jan 1874 Loutre, Montgomery County, Missouri; died 1912. He married Emma Fuehrer 16 Nov 1898 in Benton City, Adair, Missouri, USA. He was a cousin of Dorsey Leavell, who went to Valdez, Alaska during the gold rush: "H.L. Leavell, cousin of Dorsie, visits, TVN, 3:4, 4/4/03, p. 4; http://www.valdezmuseum.org/names/index.cfm?fa=names-view&id=4694
Polk's Alaska-Yukon gazetteer and business directory : 1909-10
Leavell Harvey L. , whsmn Valdez Bank and Mercantile Co.

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Valdez, Division 3, Alaska Territory; Roll: T624_1750; Page: 56B; Enumeration District: 0007; Image: 513; FHL Number: 1375763.
Harvy L Leavell...35...June 1874...MO, MO, MO...married 11 years
Emma F Leavell...30...Jan 1879...MO, MO, KY
Ella L Leavell...9...Aug 1900...MO, MO, MO...dau
Jenny Leavell...6...Sept 1903...ALASKA, MO, MO...dau

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Medford, Jackson, Oregon; Roll: T625_1495; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 483; Image: 386.
Charles Winaus...54...MI, US, US...rents...can read/write...physician, general practice
Emma Winaus...41...MO, MO, MO...can read/write
Leabell Winaus...16 ...Alaska, MI, MO...dau

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Perrydale, Jackson, Oregon; Roll: 1944; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 51; Image: 586.0.
C A Winans...64...MI, IA, IA...farmer
Emma Winans...51...MO, MO, MO

597. HENRY SANFORD LEAVELL (WILLIAM HARVEY, JAMES, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born June 14, 1847 in Missouri, USA, and died January 02, 1925 in Missouri, USA. He married JENNIE PERMELLA THOMAS on 25 Mar 1875 in Howard County, Missouri. She was born February 26, 1846 in Wisconsin, USA, and died May 19, 1906 in Montgomery County, Missouri, USA. Both buried in New Florence Cemetery, New Florence, Montgomery, Missouri, USA. See her obituary at findagrave.com page for Jeannie Permelia Thomas Leavell.

Notes for HENRY S. LEAVELL:
1870 census for Loutre, Montgomery, MO
Benjamin Level...28...farmer...Missouri...
Henry Level...23...farm laborer...Missouri
Violet Level...61...keeping house...IL
Nancy Logan...11...MO

1880 Census Place Loutre, Montgomery, Missouri
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Henry Level...Self...M...Male...W...32...MO...Farmer...KY...MO
Jennie Level...Wife...M...Female...W...29...WI...Keeping House...IL...FRANCE
Dorsey Level...Son...S...Male...W...4...WI......MO...WI
Elizabeth Thomas...Other...W...Female...W...50...FRANCE...Boarder...FRANCE...FRANCE

Apparently Henry was in the gold rush in Alaska with his son. Per http://www.alaska.net/~vldzmuse/l.htm
Lavell, H. S. (Also Laull, QCMDR; Levil, Dooley Diary), Co-locator on 3/7/1899, UKMDR, Locator with Bradburg and Hurd as witnesses on 8/21/1899, p. 166, 169; Witness for Hurd with Bradburg, 8/21/1899, p. 171; Witness for Bradburg with Hurd, 8/21/1899, UKMDR, p. 168; Witness with Bradburg for Irwin, 8/21/1899, UKMDR, p. 173; Bradbury [Bradburg?] arrives with Levil [Lavell] and Herd [Hurd] at Co[mpany] Camp Dooley Diary, 5/30/99;

1910 - Danville, Montgomery, Missouri
Henry S Leavell...62...MO, KY, KY...widowed... own income
Paul Gilliland...un...boarder...MO, KY, TN...working out
Samuel Gilliland...un...boarder...MO, KY, TN...working out

1920 - Hope Ward 4, Hempstead, Arkansas
Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Hope Ward 4, Hempstead, Arkansas; Roll: T625_64; Page: 4B; Enumeration District: 98; Image: 484.
Volney M Smith...53
Lilly M Smith...55
Dona B Wilson...14
George D Brown...27
Jesse Brown...22
John B Dodd...44
William Hamilton...50
William Eaves...35
Pete Eaves...28
Henry S Levelle...72...MO, MO, MO...boarder...widowed...overseer, own farm
William Adams...36
Ada L Adams...42
Rebecca Andrews 19

Child of HENRY LEAVELL and JENNIE THOMAS is:
.....i.....DORSEY BURKHARDT LEAVELL, b. December 25, 1875, New Florence, Montgomery, Missouri, USA; d. February 24, 1952, Candor, Montgomery, North Carolina, USA; on 31 Dec 1902 in Montgomery County, MO, m. BERTHA WILSON; b. 23 Apr 1879, Missouri, USA; d. Dec. 8, 1972. No children.

Notes for DORSEY LEAVELL:
Also Levell, Dorcey; Leavelle, Dorsey in Tonsina Mining District Records 1898-1899, on microfilm in Valdez Courthouse Archives; Dorsie in THE VALDEZ NEWS, 3:14, 6/13/03, p. 6. Born: MO, Dec. 1876, per 1900 census; Hometown: New Florence, MO; Filed in TMDR, 1898, p. 76; Powell's companion for a month in 1899, Powell, Trailing, pp. 152ff; struck it rich, Powell, Trailing, p. 158; (per http://www.alaska.net). Valdez Museum & Historical Archive has "Dorsey, -. (See also: Dorsey Leavell). Cabin with Judge Lavalle on Klutina River not far from Remington's in 1898-99, Golden Cross? p. 78;" and "Lavell, H. S. (Also Laull, QCMDR; Levil, Dooley Diary), Co-locator on 3/7/1899, UKMDR, Locator with Bradburg and Hurd as witnesses on 8/21/1899, p. 166, 169; Witness for Hurd with Bradburg, 8/21/1899, p. 171; Witness for Bradburg with Hurd, 8/21/1899, UKMDR, p. 168; Witness with Bradburg for Irwin, 8/21/1899, UKMDR, p. 173; Bradbury [Bradburg?] arrives with Levil [Lavell] and Herd [Hurd] at Co[mpany] Camp Dooley Diary, 5/30/99"

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Los Angeles Assembly District 73, Los Angeles, California; Roll: T624_82; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 137; Image: 1391.
Garvey B Leavell...34...MO, MO, MO...married 7 years
Bertha L Leavell...30...MO, MO, MO...

WORLD WAR I DRAFT REGISTRATION CARD
Name: Dorsey Burkhardt Leavell
City: 456 N. Newstead, 2nd floor apartment, St Louis
County: St Louis (Independent City)
State: Missouri
Birth Date: 25 Dec 1875
Race: White
Roll: 1683855
DraftBoard: 23
medium height/build, blue eyes, light hair
machinist, Columbia Taxi Co.
Bertha Wilson Leavell, same address, is nearest relative

1920 census Fulton Twp., Callaway County, Missouri
Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Fulton Ward 2, Callaway, Missouri; Roll: T625_909; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 33; Image: 736.
102...84...99
Dorsey B. Leavell...44...garage mechanic...MO, MO, MO
Bertha Leavell...40...MO, MO, MO

MISSOURI NEWSPAPER INDEX
Name: Dorsey Leavell
Death Date: 29 Feb 1952
Date Reported: 6 Mar 1952
Newspaper: Montgomery City Standard

NORTH CAROLINA DEATH CERTIFICATES
Name: Dorsey Burkart Leovell
Father: Henry Leovell
Mother: Elizabeth Thomas
Birth: 25 Dec 1875 - New Florence, Missouri, United States
Death: 24 Feb 1952 - Candor, Montgomery
Residence: Candor, Montgomery, North Carolina
machinist
uremia, hypertensive cardiovascular arteriosclerosis
Informant: Mrs. D. B. Leovell

598. REBECCA A. BOONE (ELIZABETH W. LEAVELL, JAMES, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born April 09, 1835 in Missouri, USA. She married JOHN PRESLEY GILL February 04, 1857. He was born March 04, 1836 in Callaway County, Missouri, USA, and died April 28, 1924 in Callaway County, Missouri, USA.

Notes for REBECCA A. BOONE:
1860 - District 18, Callaway, Missouri
Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: District 18, Callaway, Missouri; Roll: M653_610; Page: 0; Image: 267.
Jno P Gill...24...MO...farmer...$1000 real estate...$1500 personal property
Rebecca Gill...26...MO
Robt W Jackson...32...KY...merchant...$2000 personal property...
James R Jackson...2...MO
Geo H Arnold...32...Missouri...farmer...$4000 real estate...$3200 personal property
Matilda J Arnold...28...KY
Elanorah Arnold...5...MO
Pessia A Arnold...4...MO
James R Arnold...1...MO

1870 - Auxvasse, Callaway, Missouri
Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Auxvasse, Callaway, Missouri; Roll: M593_764; Page: 232; Image: 18
John P Gill...34...MO...farmer...$2000 real estate...$1000 personal property
Rebecca A Gill...35...MO
Benjamin Gill...8...MO
John Gill...3...MO
James B Jackson...12...MO
Rachel Brown...19...MO...mulatto...cook
Susan Brown...2/12...mulatto...MO

Children of REBECCA BOONE and JOHN GILL are:
1266.....i.....JAMES BENJAMIN GILL, b. July 27, 1864, Readsville, Callaway, Missouri, USA; d. February 03, 1907, Readsville, Callaway County, Missouri, USA.
1267.....ii.....JOHN R. GILL, b. October 1866, Callaway County, Missouri, USA.

599. DORCUS ANNA BOONE (ELIZABETH W. LEAVELL, JAMES, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born August 22, 1836 in Missouri, USA, and died July 27, 1913. She married JOHN B. SCHOLL April 09, 1863. He was born October 11, 1834 in Callaway, Missouri, and died September 25, 1888 in Callaway, Missouri.

Notes for DORCUS ANNA BOONE:
1900 - Nine Mile Prairie Township, Callaway, Missouri
Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Nine Mile Prairie, Callaway, Missouri; Roll: T623 844; Page: 9A; .
William Davis...45...May 1845...MO, VA, MD...
Lucy A Davis...33...Dec 1866...MO, MO, MO
Dorcas A Scholl...63...MO, MO, MO...mother-in-law...widowed...one child, one living
Mable A Riddle...14...Oct 1884...MO, VA, IN...ward
Irene Ray...11...Oct 1888...TN, TN, VA...ward
Edwin Baugh...17...Apr 1883...MO, MO, MO...ward
Guy S Wren...12...Mar 1888...MO, MO, MO...ward

1910 - Nine Mile Prairie, Callaway, Missouri
Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Nine Mile Prairie, Callaway, Missouri; Roll: T624_774; Page: 5A; Enumeration District: 37; Image: 408
William N Davis...54...MO, VA, MD...married 23...farmer, general farming
Lucie A Davis...43...MO, MO, MO...0 children, 0 living
D A Scholl...73...MO, KY, KY
Mabela Riddle...24...MO, WVA, MO...boarder
Dewey Nail...13...MO, England, MO...servant
Lenard Pegg...10...TN, TN, TN...servant
Guy Riddle...21...MO, WVA, MO...servant...married
Nannie Riddle...19...VA, VA, VA...servant...married
Price Miller...20...MO, MO, MO...servant

More About DORCAS ANNA BOONE:
Burial: 28 Jul 1913, Antioch Cemetery
Cause of Death: Chronis Valvular Heart Disease and neuralgia of the heart
Medical Information: Missouri Death Certificate # 29187

Child of DORCUS BOONE and JOHN SCHOLL is:
.....i.....LUCY A. SCHOLL, b. December 1866, Missouri, USA; m. WILLIAM NORMAN DAVIS; b. May 1845, Missouri, USA.

600. BENJAMIN W. HARDING BOONE (ELIZABETH W. LEAVELL, JAMES, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born November 25, 1840 in Missouri, USA, and died April 17, 1896 in Callaway County, Missouri, USA. He married ELVIRA HELEN THORNHILL. She was born February 10, 1847 in Virginia, USA, and died July 17, 1922 in Cedar, Callaway, Missouri, USA.

Notes for BENJAMIN W. HARDING BOONE:
1870 - Auxvasse, Callaway, Missouri
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Benjman H. BOON...Self...M...Male...W...39...MO...Farmer...KY...MO
Elvira BOON...Wife...M...Female...W...33...MO...House Keeper...VA...VA
Oscar BOON...Son...S...Male...W...13...MO......MO...MO
Nellie BOON...Dau...S...Female...W...11...MO......MO...MO
Harry BOON...Son...S...Male...W...10...MO......MO...MO
Clarence BOON...Son...S...Male...W...8...MO......MO...MO
Herbit BOON...Son...S...Male...W...6...MO......MO...MO
Lesly BOON...Son...S...Male...W...3...MO......MO...MO
Earl BOON...Son...S...Male...W...1...MO......MO...MO
George PATTERSON...Other......Male...B...14...MO...Laborer...MO...MO
Source Information:
1880 Census Place Auxvasse, Callaway, Missouri
Family History Library Film...1254677
NA Film Number...T9-0677
Page Number...424A

More About ELVIRA HELEN THORNHILL: Burial: Antioch Cemetery, Montgomery County, Missouri, USA

Children of BENJAMIN BOONE and ELVIRA THORNHILL are:
.....i.....OSCAR L. BOONE, b. December 25, 1866, Auxvasse, Callaway, Missouri, USA; d. September 16, 1881, Callaway County, Missouri, USA. More About OSCAR L. BOONE: Burial: Dixon Cemetery, Callaway County, Missouri, USA
.....ii.....NELLIE BOONE, b. Abt. 1867, Auxvasse, Callaway, Missouri, USA.
.....iii.....HARVEY BOONE, b. Abt. 1870, Auxvasse, Callaway, Missouri, USA.
.....iv.....CLARENCE BOONE, b. Abt. 1872, Auxvasse, Callaway, Missouri, USA.
.....v.....HERBERT DOUGLAS BOONE, b. June 18, 1874, Missouri, USA.
.....vi......LESLEY BOONE, b. Abt. 1877, Auxvasse, Callaway, Missouri, USA.
.....vii.....BENJAMIN EARL BOONE, b. January 28, 1879, Auxvasse, Callaway, Missouri, USA; d. February 14, 1952, Portland, Callaway, Missouri, USA; m. MATTIE C. THOMPSON; b. June 11, 1885, Montgomery County, Missouri, USA; d. October 24, 1935, Auxvasse, Callaway, Missouri, USA. More About BENJAMIN EARL BOONE & MATTIE THOMPSON: Burial: Bethany Cemetery, Montgomery Co. MO

601. JAMES N. SNETHEN (JULIA ANN LEAVELL, JAMES, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born Abt. 1847 in Missouri, USA. He married SARAH FIELIESON. She was born Abt. 1856.

Child of JAMES SNETHEN and SARAH FIELIESON is:
.....i.....MARTHA SNETHEN, b. Abt. 1875.

602. RUBIN GENTRY SNETHEN (JULIA ANN LEAVELL, JAMES, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born Abt. 1849 in Missouri, USA. He married ALTIE T.. She was born Abt. 1855 in Missouri, USA.

Notes for RUBIN GENTRY SNETHEN:
1880 census Census Place Loutre, Montgomery, Missouri; Family History Library Film...1254705; NA Film Number...T9-0705; Page Number...71D
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
R. G. SNETHEN...Self...M...Male...W...31...MO...Farmer...MO...MO
A. T. SNETHEN...Wife...M...Female...W...24...MO...Housekeeper...MO...MO
Forest E. SNETHEN...Son...S...Male...W...2...MO......MO...MO

1910 - Fairview, Henry, Missouri
R G Snethen...60...married 35...MO, MO, MO...general farmer
Allie R Snethen...55...married 35...7 children, 5 living... MO, MO, MO
Forest E Snethen...32...MO, MO, MO...farm laborer
Elbert R Snethen...29...MO, MO, MO...farm laborer
Orville L Snethen...18...MO, MO, MO...farm laborer

1920 - Alton Ward 1, Madison, Illinois
Rubin G Snethen...59...MO, US, US...machinist, foundry
Ada F Snethen 40...MO, Germany, US
James R Snethen...19...MO...grocery store truck driver

Children of RUBIN SNETHEN and ALTIE T. are:
.....i.....FOREST ELMER SNETHEN, b. April 01, 1878, Loutre, Montgomery, Missouri, USA; m. IVA ANNABELLE ?.

Notes for FOREST ELMER SNETHEN:
WORLD WAR I DRAFT REGISTRATION CARD
Name: Forest Elmer Snethen
City: 32 Montrose, Henery
County: St Clair
State: Missouri
Birth Date: 1 Apr 1878
Race: White
Roll: 1683565
DraftBoard: 0
farmer
medium height/build, blue eyes, brown hair
Iva Anable Snethen is nearest relative, same address

1930 - Taber, St Clair, Missouri
Forest E Snethen...51...married at 33... MO, MO, MO...farmer
Missouri Snethen...49...married at 18...MO, MO, MO
Lawrence Snethen...18...MO, MO, MO...farm laborer
Floyd L Snethen...16...MO, MO, MO...farm laborer
Bessie A Snethen...13...MO, MO, MO
Thelma L Snethen...11...MO, MO, MO
Altie Snethen...75...MO, KY, VA...mother
Etta M Taylor...12...stepdaughter

.....ii.....ELBERT R. SNETHEN, b. Abt. 1881, Missouri, USA.
.....iii.....ORVILLE L. SNETHEN, b. Abt. 1892, Missouri, USA.

603. EMELINE J. SNETHEN (JULIA ANN LEAVELL, JAMES, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born Abt. 1851 in Missouri, USA. She married JOHN G. CRUSE. He was born Abt. 1844 in Missouri, USA.

Notes for EMELINE J. SNETHEN:
1880 - Loutre, Montgomery, Missouri

Children of EMELINE SNETHEN and JOHN CRUSE are:
.....i.....LEONARD L. CRUSE, b. December 26, 1877, Montgomery County, Missouri, USA; d. June 06, 1891, Montgomery County, Missouri, USA.
.....ii.....EARNEST U. CRUSE, b. May 01, 1879, Montgomery County, Missouri, USA; d. May 21, 1891.
.....iii.....MUKE G. CRUSE, b. December 18, 1880, Montgomery County, Missouri, USA; d. June 18, 1891, Montgomery County, Missouri, USA.
.....iv.....ANN B. CRUSE, b. June 18, 1883, Montgomery County, Missouri, USA; d. May 05, 1891, Montgomery County, Missouri, USA.
.....v.....MARTHA E. CRUSE, b. April 01, 1885, Montgomery County, Missouri, USA; d. May 08, 1891, Montgomery County, Missouri, USA.
.....vi.....OLA M. CRUSE, b. October 26, 1885, Montgomery County, Missouri, USA; d. May 06, 1891, Montgomery County, Missouri, USA.

604. SUSAN A. SNETHEN (JULIA ANN LEAVELL, JAMES, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born July 1853 in Montgomery County, Missouri, USA, and died 1922. She married J. H. RIGG. He was born May 1842 in Missouri, USA.

Notes for SUSAN A. SNETHEN:
1900 - Loutre, Montgomery, Missouri
Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Loutre, Montgomery, Missouri; Roll: T623 876; Page: 10B; Enumeration District: 63
James H Rigg...58..May 1842....MO, VA, MO...farmer
Susan A Rigg...46...Jul 1853...MO, MO, TN
James E Rigg...20...Mar 1880...MO, MO, MO...farm laborer

1920 - Loutre, Montgomery, Missouri
Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Loutre, Montgomery, Missouri; Roll: T625_936; Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 117; Image: 717.
James H Rigg...77... MO, VA, MO...farmer
Susan A Rigg...66...MO, MO, KY

Cemetery Records of Montgomery County, Missouri Volume I
Name: Susan Snethen Rigg
Birth Date: 1853
Death Date: 1922
Cemetery: Hunter Cemetery
Description: Located northwest of Americus, Mo. on Oscar Weibring farm

More About SUSAN A. SNETHEN: Burial: Hunter Cemetery, Americus, Missouri, USA

Children of SUSAN SNETHEN and J. RIGG are:
.....i.....WILLIAM B. RIGG, b. Abt. 1875, Missouri, USA.
.....ii.....JAMES EARL RIGG, b. March 1880, Missouri, USA.

605. JAMES ALEXANDER LEAVELL (BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, JAMES, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born October 09, 1851 in Luther Island, Montgomery, Alabama, USA, and died November 24, 1926 in Callaway County, Missouri, USA. He married (1) ADDIE C. NUNNALLY. She was born Sept. 1855 and died 15 Mar 1880 Readsville, Callaway, Missouri, USA. He married (2) AMERICA DAVIS November 30, 1881 in Callaway County, Missouri, USA, daughter of SIMON DAVIS and ANN DARBY. She was born March 26, 1850 in Missouri, USA, and died May 20, 1936 in Fulton, Callaway County, Missouri, USA.

Notes for JAMES ALEXANDER LEAVELL:
Ellis Island has an America Leavell, age 70, of Fulton, Missouri, arriving from San Juan, Puerto Rico on March 22, 1921 with James Leavell, 69, also of Fulton, Missouri.

CALLAWAY COUNTY, MISSOURI MARRIAGE RECORDS
James A. Leavell Miss America Davis 30 Nov 1881 E39
James A. Leavell Miss Lorna Doone Carr 19 May 1917 # Tx

History of Callaway County Missouri, published in 1884 by the St. Louis National Historical Company, Chapter V, pages 133-148
READSVILLE
No plat filed. The town was settled in 1856, by John A. Read, after who, it was named, and who was the first postmaster. It is seventeen miles southeast of Fulton, and contains a Methodist church and public school. It has a population of about fifty, James A. Leavelle is postmaster.

1900 - Fulton, Callaway, Missouri
Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Fulton, Callaway, Missouri; Roll: T623 844; Page: 15A; Enumeration District: 24.
James Leavell...48...Oct 1857...MO, MO, VA...married 24...banker
America Leavell...50...March 1850...MO, VA, MO...married 24...3 kids, 3 living
Addie L Leavell...21...Dec 1878...MO, MO, MO
Sarah A Leavell...17...Dec 1882...MO, MO, MO
James R Leavell...15...Oct 1884...MO, MO, MO...school
Anne Davis...76...Oct 1823...MD, MD, MD...widowed...mother-in-law...7 children, 4 living
Wesley Lyons...50...Aug 1849...servant...black...widowed....MO, MO, MO...farm laborer...can't read/write

1910 - Fulton Ward 3, Callaway, Missouri
Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Fulton Ward 3, Callaway, Missouri; Roll: T624_774; Page: 10A; Enumeration District: 30; Image: 274
James A Lavell...58...MO, MO, VA...cashier, bank
America Lavell...60...MO, VA, MD...2 children, 2 living
Leta Lavell...30...MO, MO, MO...teacher, college

1920 - Fulton Ward 3, Callaway, Missouri
Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Fulton Ward 3, Callaway, Missouri; Roll: T625_909; Page: 11A; Enumeration District: 34; Image: 770
James A Leavell...68...MO, MO, VA...no job
Mrs. J A Leavell...69...MO, VA, MD...no job
Leta Leavell...41...MO, MO, MO...dau...teacher, college

James Alexander Leavell's death certificate # 34162 says he died of arteriosclerosis; he was a retired banker, son of Sarah Nunley and Benjamin Leavell. Mrs. J. A. Leavell was the informant. Burial was in Hillcrest Cemetery, Callaway County, on 26 November.

Database: Missouri Newspaper Death Index
Name Age/DOB Death Date Date Reported Newspaper
James Leavell Coxhead Abt 6 29 Dec 1908...Callaway Weekly Gazette
James A. Leavell Abt 75 24 Nov 1926...Fulton Telegraph (Callaway Co.)
James A. Leavell 9 Oct 1851 24 Nov 1926 2 Dec 1926 Fulton Telegraph, Callaway Weekly Gazette
James D. Leavell Abt 75 1 Dec 1926...Montgomery City Standard

More About JAMES ALEXANDER LEAVELL: Burial: November 26, 1926, Hillcrest Cemetery

Notes for ADDIE NUNNELLY:
At least one WorldConnect tree has her listed as daughter of Eveline Scholl and Ephraim H. Nunnally, but it's impossible that James Alexandria Leavel would marry his own aunt, and Addie isn't listed as a child of that couple in the history of Missouri that mentions the family.

Taken from the book "Missouri Obituaries 1880-1881-1882" abstracts of obituaries published weekly in the "St. Louis Christian Advocate"
LEAVELL, Addie C., wife of James A., died Mar 15, 1880 at Readsville, Mo., aged 24 years, 6 months, 14 days. Maiden name was Nunnally, and she was grandaughter of Mrs. Gregory who died on day of her burial. Was married in Nov 1874. Husband & two children. (published 4/7/1880)

Per findagrave.com Addie C. Nunnally Leavell was buried in Bethel United Methodist Church Cemetery, Readsville, Callaway County, Missouri

Notes for AMERICA DAVIS:
http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/w/a/Paula-K-Swafford/GENE2-0011.html

Per her Missouri death certificate # 18741, America Davis Leavell died of acute pneumonia following a cold of one week. She was widowed, retired, 84, the daughter of Simon Reeder Davis and Ann Darbey. Informant: James Leavell of Chicago, IL. Burial 22 May.

Children of JAMES LEAVELL and ADDIE NUNNELLY are:
.....i.....BENJAMIN ROY LEAVELL, b. January 16, 1877, Montgomery County, Missouri, USA; d. August 16, 1934, St. Louis, Callaway, Missouri, USA; m. NETTIE GLENN MCBRIDE, November 07, 1904, Jackson County, Missouri, USA; b. Abt. 1880, Missouri, USA.

Notes for BENJAMIN ROY LEAVELL:
MISSOURI MARRIAGE RECORDS
Name: Benjamin R Leavell
Age: 27
Birth Date: abt 1877
Marriage Date: 7 Nov 1904
Marriage Location: Jackson, Missouri
Marriage County: Jackson
Spouse Name: Nettel McBride
Spouse Age: 22
Spouse Birth Date: abt 1882
Nettie McBride of Centralia, Boone County, is age 22

1910 - St Louis Ward 28, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri
Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: St Louis Ward 28, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri; Roll: T624_823; Page: 16A; Enumeration District: 450; Image: 431
Benjamin R Leavell...33...MO, MO, MO...manager, life insurance...married once, 5 years
Nettie Mcb Leavell...27...MO, KY, KY...married once, 5 years
Letha J McBride...62...KY, VA, VA...mother-in-law
Nettie M Hemminghaus...27...servant...single ...MO, MO, MO

WORLD WAR I DRAFT REGISTRATION CARD
Name: Benjamin R Leavell
City: St Louis
County: St Louis (Independent City)
State: Missouri
Birth Date: 16 Jan 1877
Race: White
Roll: 1683862
DraftBoard: 28
agent, Phoenix Mnt. Insurance Co.
Mrs. Nellie Leavell
medium height/build, brown eyes, black and grey hair

Per Anna Jaech at findagrave.com Benjamin began business as a clerk in Home Savings & Loan, Fulton. In 1902 he moved to St. Louis and became affiliated with the Phoenix Mutual Life Insurance Company, an agent for Missouri and southern Illinois. He's buried at Hillcrest Cemetery, Fulton, Callaway, Missouri.

There's an obituary for a Benjamin Roy Leavell in Callaway County, Missouri, on 15 Aug 1934; he's age 67.

Per his death certificate, he was a "special agent" for a life insurance agency, and died of acute appendicitis suffered on July 30th, with pneumonia following on 8/4, at Jewish Hospital, St. Louis. He was married to Nettie McBride and the son of James A. Leavell and Addie Nunnelly. His wife was the informant.

.....ii.....ADDIE LETA LEAVELL, b. December 17, 1878, Readsville, Callaway, Missouri, USA; d. October 27, 1928, Callaway County, Missouri, USA. Obit appears 1 Nov 1928 in Callaway Co. MO

Children of JAMES LEAVELL and AMERICA DAVIS are:
1268.....iii.....SARAH ANN LEAVELL, b. December 19, 1883, Callaway County, Missouri, USA; d. April 29, 1970, Pinellas County, Florida, USA.
.....iv.....JAMES READER LEAVELL, b. October 02, 1884, Montgomery County, Missouri, USA; d. July 1974, Ocean Springs, Mississippi, USA; m. LORNA DOONE CARR, May 09, 1917, Callaway County, Missouri, USA; b. February 12, 1892, Pleasart, Texas, USA (presumably Mt. Pleasant, Titus, Texas).

Notes for JAMES READER LEAVELL:
James was a banker & made his home in & around St. Louis, Missouri. Born 12 OCT 1884, he was President/Continental Illinois National Bank and Trust Company, Chicago, IL; resided Doonegate, Ocean Springs, MS. On 9 MAY 1917 he married Lorna Doone Carr, born 12 FEB 1892. See book: William Rose of Surry County, Virginia, Author: Eunice Brooks Freese, published 1976.

WWI DRAFT REGISTRATION CARD
Name: James Reeder Leavell
City: 4915 Argyle, St Louis
County: St Louis (Independent City)
State: Missouri
Birth Date: 12 Oct 1884
Race: White
FHL Roll Number: 1683858
DraftBoard: 25
bank official
relative: Mrs. Lorna Carr Leavell, same address
medium height/build, grey eyes, black hair

NEW YORK PASSENGER LISTS
Name: James R Leavell
Birth: 12 Oct 1884 - Missouri
Departure: Plymouth
Arrival: 9 Jun 1926 - New York, New York
Age: 41
Gender: Male
Port of Departure: Plymouth
Ship Name: Paris
Port of Arrival: New York, New York
Nativity: Missouri
Line: 22
Microfilm Serial: T715
Microfilm Roll: T715_3865
Page Number: 10
Birth Location: Missouri
Birth Location Other: Montgomery
with Lorna C. Leavell, b. Feb. 12, 1891 Pleasart, TX. They live at 208 de la Salle, Chicago, Illinois.

In the 1930 census, James R. and Lorna Carr Leavell were in Lake County, Illinois.

WWII DRAFT
Name: James Reader Leavell
Birth Date: 12 Oct 1884
Birth Place: Montgomery City
Residence: Chicago, Illinois
Race: White
Roll: 30955_165862
Frank L. King will always know his location

http://www.oceanspringsarchives.com/osfamilies.htm
.....The Continental Illinois Bank and Trust Company of Chicago headed by James R. Leavell (1885-1974) financed the project. Mr. Leavell and his wife, Lorna Carr (1892-1976), were among the first of wealthy Midwesterners to buy one of the ten large lots with a 450-foot front on the Mississippi Sound, in the Gormly development. Circa 1935, they built “Doonegate”, their retirement home. Other affluent individuals to acquire property here were: L.L. Cooke, Abner J. Stillwell, Samuel C. Witting, Mabel Stompe, Carl Asa Birdsall (18-1956) and Francis Deneen Birdsall, who built “Oaknolia”, and Joe Jones...
.....The Wisteria House
.....Before she had bought the Fontainebleau Farm from H.P. Flateau, Mrs. Ruddiman acquired a restaurant, called The Wisteria House, from Lorna Carr Leavell (1892-1976), in September 1949. Mrs. Leavell was a native of Mt. Pleasant, Texas. She married James Reader Leavell (1884-1974), from Fulton, Missouri who would become a successful Chicago bank president. In fact, Mr. Leavell’s bank, the Continental Illinois Bank and Trust Company, was financially involved in the Hamill Corporation’s Jackson County, Mississippi operations. The Leavells retired to this area and owned a home at Pointe-aux-Chenes called “Doone Gate”.(JXCO, Ms. Land Deed Bk. 110, pp. 4-5)

CENTENNIAL HISTORY OF MISSOURI, p. 922-3
.....James R. Leavell, vice president of the First national Bank of St. Louis, was born October 13, 1884, in Montgomery City, Missouri, and his father, James A. Leavell, was a native of Montgomery county, descended from one of the old pioneer families of the state, of French Huguenot origin. The family was founded in America by John Leavell, who originally settled in Virginia, while later representatives of the name removed to Kentucky and eventually the family was planted on Missouri soil. The great-grandfather of James R. Leavell came to Missouri and in this state James A. Leavell was reared and educated, receiving his early educational training in Montgomery county, while later he attended the William Jewell College at Columbia, Missouri. In 1881 he organized the Home Savings Bank at Fulton, of which he was president. Prior to this he had organized the bank at Montgomery City and has been continuously and successfully engaged in the banking business from that time until a recent date, when he retired from active life. He was early left an orphan, his parents dying when he was quite young, and he was then reared by relatives. His success has come as the legitimate result of his industry and perseverence. Step by step he has worked his way upward, utilizing every available opportunity for the attainment of honorable prosperity, and his record is one of which he has every reason to be proud. He married America Davis, who was born in Callaway county, Missouri, and was of English descent. They became the parents of two children: James R., of this review; and Sarah, now the wife of William G. Coxhead, a resident of San Juan, Porto Rico.
.....James R. Leavell was educated in Westminster College at fulton, Missouri, and in the Randolph-Macon college at Ashland, Virginia. When twenty-one years of age he entered the Mechanics American National Bank in St. Louis in a clerical capacity and remained in that institution until its consolidation with the First National Bank of St. Louis on the 7th of July, 1919, at which time Mr. Leavell was elected one of the vice presidents of the newly created bank. On October 15, 1920, Mr. Leavell was elected vice president of the Continental & Commercial National Bank of Chicago. Throughout his entire business career he has been identified with banking interests and has closely studied all financial problems having to do with the successful conduct of a banking business. He is a man of resolute purpose who never stops short of the successful accomplishment of his plans, for he has ever recognized that when one avenue of opportunity seems closed he can carve out other paths whereby to reach the desired goal.
.....On the 15th of May, 1916, Mr. Leavell was married at Fort Worth, Texas, to Miss Lorna Doone Carr, a native of the Lone Star state and a daughter of C. C. and Ida (McLean) Carr, both of whom have passed away. The mother was a representative of an old and prominent pioneer family of Texas, Mrs. Leavell being the granddaughter of the Hon. William P. McLean, a well known and prominent jurist of Texas, who is living at the age of eighty-six years, being now a resident of Fort Worth. Mr. and Mrs. Leavell reside at No. 4915 Argyle avenue in St. Louis.
.....During the period of the World war Mr. Leavell was particularly active in the sale of Liberty bonds and in many other ways did effective work for the interests of the government. In politics he maintains an independent course. He belongs to Phi Delta Theta, a college fraternity, is a member and the treasurer of the St. Louis Club and is also identified with the Bellerive Club and the Missouri Athletic Association. His religious faith is indicated by his membership in the Methodist Episcopal Church, Sourth, at Fulton. His life has been characterized by high purposes and lofty principles.

1974-07-13
Chicago Tribune, (IL)
Funeral rites set for ex-bank chief
Edition: Chicago Tribune
.....FUNERAL SERVICES for James Reader Leavell, 89, who retired in 1948 as president of the Continental Illinois National Bank & Trust Co., will be held this morning in Ocean Springs, Miss.
.....Mr. Leavell died Thursday at his home in Ocean Springs, which he had maintained for many years and where he has lived since retirement.
.....He had a 43-year career in banking, the last 17 as head of the Continental Illinois. He was one of the best known figures in banking at the height of his career.
.....MR. LEAVELL was a native of Montgomery City, Mo. and began his banking career with the Mechanics' American National Bank in St. Louis.
.....He came to Chicago in 1920 as vice president of the Continental National Bank, which merged with the Illinois Merchants Trust in 1928 to become the Continental Illinois. His rise was rapid and he became president of the bank at the age of 46.
.....Mr. Leavell was active for many years in the American Bankers Association and was one of the founders of the Reserve City Bankers Association. His friends asserted he knew more bankers on a first name basis than any other banker in the country.
.....He served as a director of many corporations, including International Harvester Co., Armour & Co., and Illinois Central Railroad. He also was a former trustee of Northwestern University.
.....His widow, Lorna, survives.
Copyright 1974, Chicago Tribune.[br]For permission to reprint, contact Chicago Tribune.
Record Number: 19740713ob003

606. FLEMING B. CURRIN (REBECCA BADGETT, ELIZABETH LEAVELL, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born 1826 in North Carolina, USA. He married SARAH CORNELIA M. LAUGHTER October 14, 1850 in Granville County, North Carolina, USA. She was born 1829 in North Carolina, USA.

Children of FLEMING CURRIN and SARAH LAUGHTER are:
1269.....i.....ELLEN MARIA CURRIN, b. December 1851.
.....ii.....LUCY CURRIN, b. 1853.
1270.....iii.....CHARLES CURRIN, b. Abt. 1856, North Carolina.
.....iv.....JOHN CURRIN, b. 1858.
.....v.....JAMES H. CURRIN, b. 1859.

607. EDWARD CURRIN (REBECCA BADGETT, ELIZABETH LEAVELL, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born Abt. 1827 in North Carolina. He married RHODA A. ? Abt. 1849. She was born Abt. 1829 in North Carolina.

Notes for EDWARD CURRIN:
1880...Census Place...Precinct 2, Fannin, Texas, Family History Library Film ...1255302, NA Film Number ...T9-1302, Page Number ...348C Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Edward L. Currin... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 53 ... NC ... Farming ... NC ... NC
Rody A. L. Currin... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 51 ... NC ... Keeping House ... NC ... NC
Samuel S. Currin... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 14 ... KY ... Laboring On Farm ... NC ... NC
Clarence Currin... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 12 ... KY ... Laboring On Farm ... NC ... NC
Lena R. Currin... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 10 ... KY ... ... NC ... NC
Rebecca A. Currin... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 29 ... NC ... ... NC ... NC
Elizabeth S. Currin... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 27 ... NC ... ... NC ... NC
Jane L. Currin... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 23 ... KY ... ... NC ... NC

Children of EDWARD CURRIN and RHODA ? are:
.....i.....REBECCA A. CURRIN, b. 1851.
.....ii.....ELIZABETH S. CURRIN, b. Abt. 1853.
1271.....iii.....MARY FRANCES CURRIN, b. January 20, 1855, Warren County, Kentucky, USA; d. March 08, 1926, Whitewright Grayson, Texas, USA.
.....iv.....JANE L. CURRIN, b. Abt. 1857, Kentucky.
.....v.....SAMUEL S. CURRIN, b. Abt. 1865, Kentucky; m. FLORA VIRGINIA ?.
.....vi.....CLARENCE CURRIN, b. Abt. 1868, Kentucky.
.....vii.....LENA A. CURRIN, b. Abt. 1869, Kentucky.

608. JAMES ROYAL BADGETT (SAMUEL P., ELIZABETH LEAVELL, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born April 04, 1834 in North Carolina, USA, and died March 07, 1908 in Texas, USA. He married (1) ADA GREER December 22, 1864 in Warren County, Kentucky, USA. He married (2) MARY BELLE WAKEFIELD September 13, 1871 in Warren County, Kentucky, USA. She was born August 10, 1844 in Kentucky, USA, and died September 16, 1885 in Texas, USA.

Notes for JAMES ROYAL BADGETT:
Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Rich Pond, Warren, Kentucky; Roll: T9_444; Family History Film: 1254444; Page: 127.3000; Enumeration District: 232; Image: 0643.
J. R. Badgett...46...NC, NC, NC...farmer
Mary Belle Badgett...26...KY, KY...keeping house...dispepsia
Anna Badgett...7...KY, NC, KY
John W. Badgett...4...KY, NC, KY
Sameil E. Badgett...1...KY, NC, KY
Nancy Stanley...54...KY, ?, VA...B...servant...cook
Ellen Scott...30...KY, ?, VA...B...servant...washes and cooks
William Bates...6...KY, ?, KY...B...boy servant

Children of JAMES BADGETT and ADA GREER are:
.....i.....WILLIAM JOSEPH BADGETT, b. Warren County, Kentucky, USA.
.....ii.....BLANCH BADGETT, b. Abt. 1866, Warren County, Kentucky, USA.

Children of JAMES BADGETT and MARY WAKEFIELD are:
.....iii.....LAURA BADGETT.
.....iv.....ANNA BADGETT, b. Abt. 1873.
.....v.....JOHN W. BADGETT, b. Abt. 1876.
.....vi.....SAMUEL E. BADGETT, b. June 19, 1878, Kentucky, USA; d. August 31, 1909, Texas, USA.
1272.....vii.....CLAUDE RAY BADGETT, b. January 21, 1881, Kentuckytown, Grayson, Texas, USA; d. April 18, 1960, Plainview, Hale, Texas, USA.

609. WILLIAM JOSEPH BADGETT (SAMUEL P., ELIZABETH LEAVELL, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born December 1840 in Walnut Grove, Granville, North Carolina, USA, and died June 06, 1911 in Granville County, North Carolina, USA. He married ELLEN MARIA CURRIN January 29, 1868 in Oxford, Granville, North Carolina, USA, daughter of FLEMING CURRIN and SARAH LAUGHTER. She was born December 1851.

Children of WILLIAM BADGETT and ELLEN CURRIN are:
.....i.....SARAH E. BADGETT, b. 1869, Oxford, Granville, North Carolina.
.....ii.....LESLIE J. BADGETT, b. 1871, Oxford, Granville, North Carolina.
.....iii.....SAMUEL F. BADGETT, b. 1874, Oxford, Granville, North Carolina.
.....iv.....ROY S. BADGETT, b. December 1875, Oxford, Granville, North Carolina, USA.
.....v.....WILLIAM R. BADGETT, b. 1876, Oxford, Granville, North Carolina.
.....vi.....ANNIE BADGETT, b. November 1881, Oxford, Granville, North Carolina.
.....vii.....MATTIE BADGETT, b. March 1884, Oxford, Granville, North Carolina.
.....viii.....ELLIE BADGETT, b. February 1888, Oxford, Granville, North Carolina, USA.
.....ix.....JOE BADGETT, b. November 1895, Oxford, Granville, North Carolina.

610. JOHN DENIS BADGETT (JAMES L., ELIZABETH LEAVELL, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born October 1846 in Granville County, North Carolina, USA, and died August 15, 1923 in Whitewright, Grayson, Texas, USA. He married MARY FRANCES CURRIN, daughter of EDWARD CURRIN and RHODA ?. She was born January 20, 1855 in Warren County, Kentucky, USA, and died March 08, 1926 in Whitewright, Grayson, Texas, USA.

Children of JOHN BADGETT and MARY CURRIN are:
.....i.....MONTIE BADGETT, b. June 1877, Kentucky; d. June 12, 1938, Whitewright, Grayson, Texas, USA.
.....ii.....MYRTLE BADGETT, b. March 1884, Texas.
.....iii.....JOHNNIE FAY BADGETT, b. September 1885, Texas.
.....iv.....EDIE FAY BADGETT, b. 1887, Whitewright, Grayson, Texas, USA,.
.....v.....ORAL DUKE BADGETT, b. June 20, 1892, Whitewright, Grayson, Texas; d. November 03, 1905.
.....vi.....EDDIE E. BADGETT, b. October 1895, Grayson County, Texas; d. April 30, 1912, Grayson County, Texas.

611. INDIANA BARNETT (DRUCILLA BADGETT, ELIZABETH LEAVELL, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born December 13, 1840 in North Carolina, USA, and died May 16, 1929 in Warren County, Kentucky, USA. She married ROBERT VAN BUREN RAGLAND. He was born February 08, 1839 in Wilson County, Tennessee, USA, and died February 08, 1914 in Butler County, Kentucky, USA.

Children of INDIANA BARNETT and ROBERT RAGLAND are:
1273.....i.....MATTIE E. RAGLAND, b. Abt. 1869, Kentucky, USA; d. March 16, 1948, Fordsville, Ohio, Kentucky, USA.
1274.....ii.....OWEN B. RAGLAND, b. July 11, 1872, Butler County, Kentucky, USA; d. December 09, 1933.
.....iii.....FLORENCE RAGLAND, b. Abt. 1874, Butler County, Kentucky, USA; d. January 18, 1953, Logan County, Kentucky, USA.

Notes for FLORENCE RAGLAND:
KENTUCKY DEATH RECORDS, 1852-1953
Name: Florence Ragland
Death Date: 18 Jan 1953
Death Location: Logan
Residence Location: Logan
Age: 79
Gender: Female
Ethnicity: White
Birth Date: 5 Oct 1873
Birth Location: Logan, Kentucky
Father's Name: Vanburen Ragland
Mother's Name: Indiana Barclay
.....iv.....ADA RAGLAND, b. Abt. 1876, Butler County, Kentucky, USA.
1275.....v.....JAMES ROBERT RAGLAND, b. March 04, 1878, Butler County, Kentucky, USA; d. April 17, 1925, Kentucky, USA.
.....vi.....JOSEPH RAGLAND, b. November 21, 1882, Butler County, Kentucky, USA; d. January 15, 1892, Butler County, Kentucky, USA.
.....vii.....LULA RAGLAND, b. Abt. 1884, Butler County, Kentucky, USA.

612. JOHN ANDREW BARNETT (DRUCILLA BADGETT, ELIZABETH LEAVELL, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born March 19, 1843 in Granville County, North Carolina, USA, and died November 26, 1935 in Bowling Green, Warren, Kentucky. He married VIRGINIA ANN SHANKS January 20, 1870 in Warren County, Kentucky, USA. She was born August 23, 1850 in Warren County, Kentucky, USA, and died September 20, 1920 in Warren County, Kentucky, USA.

Notes for JOHN ANDREW BARNETT:
Marriage was at bride's home of R. H. Shanks. Her brother William E. Shanks provided security. John states he was born in Warren Co., NC (adjacent to Granville Co., NC)

1870 - Covington, Warren, Kentucky
Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Covington, Warren, Kentucky; Roll: M593_502; Page: 99; Image: 197.
John A. Barnett...27...NC...farmer...$1600 real estate...$700 personal
Virginia A. Barnett...20...KY...housekeeping

1880 - Hadley, Warren, Kentucky
Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Hadley, Warren, Kentucky; Roll: T9_444; Family History Film: 1254444; Page: 173.2000; Enumeration District: 234; Image: 0736
John A. Barnett...34...NC, NC, NC...farmer
Virginia A. Barnett...29...KY, NC, VA
Lillie O. Barnett...9...KY, NC, KY
Henry F. Barnett...7...KY, NC, KY
Elizabeth Barnett...5...KY, NC, KY
Charlie E. Barnett...2

1900 - Stallard Springs, Warren, Kentucky
John A Barnett...57...March 1843...NC, NC, NC...farmer
Virginia Barnett...49...Aug 1850...KY, NC, VA...wife
James R Barnett...17...Oct 1882...KY, NC, KY...farm laborer...son
Drucilla Barnett...87...April 1813...KY, NC, KY...mother

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Justice Precinct 2, Matagorda, Texas; Roll: T624_1577; Page: 16A; Enumeration District: 139; Image: 60.
Charlie Barnett...31...KY, NC, KY...farmer...married 6 years
Ethin Barnett...23...AL, AL, AL...2 children, 2 living
Andrew Barnett...5...TX, KY, AL...son
Reba Barnett...1...TX, KY, AL...dau
Henry Barnett...35...KY, NC, KY...general laborer, farm...brother
John Barnett...66...NC, NC, NC...father...
Virginia Ann Barnett...59...KY, NC, VA...mother

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Stallard Springs, Warren, Kentucky; Roll: T625_601; Page: 13A; Enumeration District: 143; Image: 110.
J A Bomett...76...KY, KY, KY...farmer
Jennie Bomett...70...KY, KY, KY
Henry Bomett...45...KY, KY, KY...farmer, home...son

OBITUARY:
Park City Daily News, Tuesday, Nov. 26, 1935, page 1, column 5
JOHN BARRETT, 92, EXPIRES AT HOME OF HIS DAUGHTER
----
Illness Of Several Months Ended By Death Of Aged Man Today
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.....John A. Barnett, 92-year-old, retired farmer, died at 12:25 o'clock this morning at the home of his daughter, Mrs. B.D. Hammond, at 1312 Adams street. Mr. Barnett had been in poor health for several months as a result of infirmities incident to old age.
.....Funeral services will be conducted at the residence at 10:30 o'clock Wednesday morning with burial following in Fairview Cemetery. The services wil be in charge of Cleo Roberts and the Rev. T.J. Robinson, both of Bowling Green.
.....Mr. Barnett was a native of North Carolina and was a son of the late Joseph and Drucilla Badgett Barnett of that state. He was born March 19. 1843. His wife, Virginia Shanks Barnett died September 20, 1920.
.....He was a a member of the Clear Fork Baptist Church.
.....In addition to the daughter with whom he made his home, Mr. Barnett is survived by one other daughter, Mrs. J.M. Hammond, of Bowling Green, and three sons, J.R. Barnett of Bowling Green, Charles E. Barnett of Houston, Texas, and Henry J. Barnett of Blountstown, Florida.

Name: John A Barnett
Death Date: 26 Nov 1935
Death Location: Warren
Residence Location: Warren
Age: 92
Gender: Male
Ethnicity: White
Birth Date: 19 Mar 1843
Birth Location: North Carolina
Spouse's Name: Mrs Virginia Shanks Barnett
Father's Name: Joseph Barnett
Father's Birth Location: North Carolina
Mother's Name: Drucilla Badgett
Mother's Birth Location: North Carolina

Children of JOHN BARNETT and VIRGINIA SHANKS are:
1276..........LILLIE OLLIE BARNETT, b. April 09, 1871, Warren County, Kentucky, USA; d. May 05, 1954, Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, USA.
.....ii.....HENRY JOSEPH BARNETT, b. July 27, 1873, Warren County, Kentucky, USA.
1277.....iii.....WYATT ELIZABETH BARNETT, b. October 25, 1875, Warren County, Kentucky, USA; d. February 09, 1971, Bowling Green, Warren, Kentucky.
1278.....iv.....CHARLES ELBERT BARNETT, b. June 02, 1878, Warren County, Kentucky, USA; d. August 01, 1961, Harris County, Texas.
1279.....v.....JAMES ROBERT BARNETT, b. October 10, 1882, Warren County, Kentucky, USA; d. February 21, 1985, Bowling Green, Warren, Kentucky.

613. VANDELIA BARNETT (DRUCILLA BADGETT, ELIZABETH LEAVELL, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born March 28, 1846 in Granville County, North Carolina, USA, and died February 21, 1931 in Richlieu, Warren, Kentucky, USA. She married WILLIAM ED SHANKS. He was born July 24, 1848 in Warren County, Kentucky, USA, and died October 16, 1934 in Butler County, Kentucky, USA.

Notes for VANDELIA BARNETT:
Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Sugar Grove, Butler, Kentucky; Roll: T624_468; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 31; Image: 941.
William E Shanks...61...KY, NC, VA...farmer, general
Vandary a Shanks...64...NC, NC, NC
Clarence H Shanks...30...KY, KY, NC...farmer...son
Edward P Shanks...28...KY, KY, NC ...laborer, odd jobs...son
Ivason j McKenney...50 ...KY, KY, TX...widowed...no relationship...4 kids, 4 living

Children of VANDELIA BARNETT and WILLIAM SHANKS are:
.....i.....CLARENCE H. SHANKS, b. Abt. 1880, Kentucky, USA.
.....ii.....EDWARD P. SHANKS, b. Abt. 1882, Kentucky, USA.

614. ALONZO FARO BARNETT (DRUCILLA BADGETT, ELIZABETH LEAVELL, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born December 1849 in Warren County, Kentucky, USA, and died March 15, 1912 in Leroy, Barton, Missouri, USA. He married NANCY H. ?. She was born January 1855 in Kentucky, USA.

Notes for ALONZO FARO BARNETT:
Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Hadley, Warren, Kentucky; Roll: T9_444; Family History Film: 1254444; Page: 173.2000; Enumeration District: 234; Image: 0736.
Alonzo Barnett...30...KY, NC, NC...farmer
Nancy Barnett...26...KY, TN, TN
Burthie Barnett...3...KY, KY, KY...dau

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Leroy, Barton, Missouri; Roll: T623 838; Page: 7A; .
Alonzo F Barnett...50...Dec 1849...KY, NC, NC...married 24...farmer
Nancy Barnett...45...Jan 1855...KY, TN, TN...3 children, 3 living
Frank Barnett...19...Oct 1880...KY, KY, KY...son...farm laborer
R Justice Barnett...12...Apr 1888...KY, KY, KY...son

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Leroy, Barton, Missouri; Roll: T624_768; Page: 9A; Enumeration District: 25; Image: 19
Alonzo E Barnett...69...KY, NC, NC...farmer, general
Nancy H Barnett...54...KY, TN, TN...3 children, 2 living

Died from gangrene in his bed sores

More About ALONZO FARO BARNETT: Burial: Barton County Cemetery, Barton County, MO

Children of ALONZO BARNETT and NANCY ? are:
.....i.....BERTHA BARNETT, b. Abt. 1877, Warren County, Kentucky, USA.
.....ii.....FRANK BARNETT, b. October 1880, Warren County, Kentucky, USA.
.....iii.....R. JUSTICE BARNETT, b. April 1888, Warren County, Kentucky, USA.

615. JAMES HARVEY WOOLEY (HENRY GRAY, SARA REBECCA LEAVELL, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born January 20, 1842 in Greensburg, Decatur, Indiana, USA, and died December 25, 1917 in Calhan, El Paso, Colorado, USA. He married ALLICE GENEVA HUNGATE November 11, 1874 in Alma, Wabaunsee, Kansas, USA, daughter of ANDREW HUNGATE and SARAH RITCHIE. She was born October 06, 1856 in Decatur County, Indiana, and died June 21, 1906 in Arkansas City, Cowley, Colorado, USA.

Children of JAMES WOOLEY and ALLICE HUNGATE are:
.....i.....CORA ETHEL WOOLEY, b. March 20, 1876, Knoxville, Marion, Iowa, USA; d. December 03, 1937, Seattle, King, Washington; m. ERNEST NATHAN WRIGHT, September 11, 1895, Cowley County, Kansas.
.....ii.....CLIFFORD EARL WOOLEY, b. January 07, 1879.
.....iii.....LENA PEARL WOOLEY, b. June 18, 1882.
.....iv.....HENRY JACKSON WOOLEY, b. April 16, 1885.

616. ALICE MARION WOOLEY (CAREY ALLEN, SARA REBECCA LEAVELL, EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born June 08, 1851 in Indiana, and died January 29, 1910 in Cassville, Howard, Indiana, USA. She married GEORGE WASHINGTON SALMONS December 05, 1868 in Howard County, Indiana, son of GEORGE SALMONS and MARY FORGEY. He was born May 15, 1848 in Howard County, Indiana, and died February 05, 1926 in Howard County, Indiana. For both, burial: North Union Cemetery, Howard County, Indiana

Notes for GEORGE WASHINGTON SALMONS:
1880 Census Place Ervin, Howard, Indiana
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
George Salmons...Self...M...Male...W...32...TN...Farmer...VA...TN
Alice M. Salmons...Wife...M...Female W...29...IN...Keeping House... IN...IN
Charles E. Salmons...Son...S...Male...W...10...IN...At School...IN...IN
Thomas C. Salmons...Son...S...Male...W...10M...IN, IN, IN

Children of ALICE WOOLEY and GEORGE SALMONS are:
.....i.....ALICE SALMONS.
.....ii.....ANNA SALMONS.
.....iii.....GEORGE SALMONS.
.....iv.....HOWARD SALMONS.
.....v.....PAUL J. SALMONS.
.....vi.....CHARLES E. SALMONS, b. Abt. 1870, Howard County, Indiana.
.....vii.....THOMAS C. SALMONS, b. Abt. 1880, Howard County, Indiana.
.....viii.....JOHN CLIFTON SALMONS, b. October 08, 1890, Howard County, Indiana; d. August 05, 1961, Kokomo, Howard, Indiana; m. EDNA MAUD COOPER, June 15, 1912, Howard County, Indiana. More About JOHN CLIFTON SALMONS: Burial: Crown Point Cemetery, Kokomo, Howard, Indiana, USA

617. EMILY FRANCIS SALLEE (ATHALINE MARY LEAVELL, EDWARD M., EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) She married JOHN MILES VAWTER October 01, 1868 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA.

Notes for EMILY FRANCIS SALLEE: Marriage Book 3, page 273

More About JOHN MILES VAWTER: Burial: Prairieville Cemetery, Tipton County, IN

Children of EMILY SALLEE and JOHN VAWTER are:
.....i.....JOHN MARTIN VAWTER.
.....ii.....OLIVER WESLEY VAWTER.
.....iii.....JAMES VAWTER.
.....iv.....GEORGE PERRY VAWTER.
.....v.....FRANCES VAWTER, m. ? COX.

618. LINZEY M. SALLEE (ATHALINE MARY LEAVELL, EDWARD M., EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born August 27, 1842 in Decatur, Indiana. He married (1) MARY E. HOPKINS April 27, 1864 in Tipton County, Indiana. He married (2) LAURA HALL September 13, 1883.

Children of LINZEY SALLEE and MARY HOPKINS are:
.....i.....PHOEBE A. SALLEE, b. 1867, Tipton County, Indiana; m. JACOB A. HIGH, July 09, 1889, Tipton County, Indiana.
.....ii.....PERMELIA E. SALLEE, b. 1870; m. LEWIS R. LAMM.
.....iii.....FLORA M. SALLEE, b. 1873.
.....iv.....IDA B. SALLEE, b. 1875; m. ? HUFFMAN.
.....v.....? SALLEE, b. 1880.

619. MARGARET JANE SALLEE (ATHALINE MARY LEAVELL, EDWARD M., EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born Abt. 1843 in Indiana. She married (1) CASPER A. GIPSON. She married (2) EDMUND SNODGRASS.

Children of MARGARET SALLEE and CASPER GIPSON are:
.....i.....CHARLES GIPSON, b. 1867.
.....ii.....DORA LUCRETIA GIPSON, b. 1869.

Children of MARGARET SALLEE and EDMUND SNODGRASS are:
.....iii.....CHARLES SNODGRASS.
.....iv.....EDWIN RAY SNODGRASS.
.....v.....JAMES SNODGRASS, b. 1879.
.....vi.....BLANCHE SNODGRASS, b. 1880.

620. MOSES EDWARD SALLEE (ATHALINE MARY LEAVELL, EDWARD M., EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born 1846 in Missouri, USA, and died 1885 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA. He married EMILY HOPKINS September 19, 1867 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA. She was born July 12, 1848 in Clinton, Vermilion, Indiana, USA.

Children of MOSES SALLEE and EMILY HOPKINS are:
.....i.....FRANCIS MARION SALLEE, b. July 10, 1868.
.....ii.....MARY LEVICY SALLEE, b. December 04, 1869, Tipton County, Indiana, USA.
.....iii.....ETTIE MAY SALLEE.
.....iv.....CORA E SALLEE.

621. HENRY HARDIN SALLEE (ATHALINE MARY LEAVELL, EDWARD M., EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born April 12, 1848 in Hannibal, Marion, Missouri, and died June 09, 1927 in Bay Village, Cuyahoga, Ohio, USA. He married (1) MARY CATHERINE MCLAUGHLIN March 04, 1873 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA. She was born 1859 in Decatur County, Indiana, and died June 30, 1896 in Sharpsville, Tipton, Indiana, USA. He married (2) HESTER J. FLOREA July 26, 1898 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA. He married (3) MINNIE BARTON April 03, 1900 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA. He married (4) CORA VAWTER January 22, 1901 in Marion County, Indiana, USA.

Notes for HENRY HARDIN SALLEE:
Henry Hardin Sallee was a sign-painter and cobbler. He married four times.

Physical description: slightly over five feet tall, big chested and heavy for his height. He might of been considered handsome with a well shaped head, blond curly hair, blue eyes, and a thin aquiline nose with finely carved nostrils.

Hobby: playing "book" checker player

News paper clipping:
"Mr. Sallee taught a few miles southeast of Tipton; he had a rather rough time of it, and reported to the trustee that $1.50 was as much as he could expect for teaching school, but it was too little for teaching school and fighting the boys too. The trustee was obdurate and Mr. Sallee resigned. His head was level."

1925/6, Henry returned to Indianapolis, by 23 March 1927, he was living with his son Webster, in Cleveland. A kidney condition became so serious that it was necessary to place him in a nursing home where he soon died. Henry's body was cremated and his ashes were kept by his sons until the summer of 1940 when they were buried by the side of Mary Catherine in Sharpsville Cemetery, Section 3, Tier 1, Lot 1.

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More About HENRY HARDIN SALLEE: Burial: Sharpsville, Tipton, Indiana, USA

Children of HENRY SALLEE and MARY MCLAUGHLIN are:
.....i.....ADMIRAL SALLEE, b. 1876.
.....ii.....PERRY SALLEE, b. 1876, Sharpsville, Tipton, Indiana.
1280.....iii.....MYRTLE ONOR SALLEE, b. December 13, 1879, Sharpsville, Tipton, Indiana, USA; d. June 01, 1952, Cumberland, New Jersey.
1281.....iv.....WEBSTER IRBY SALLEE, b. December 11, 1882, Sharpsville, Tipton, Indiana; d. July 04, 1938, Lakewood, Cuyahoga, Ohio.
.....v.....PAUL VERVERLY SALLEE, b. July 19, 1887.
1282.....vi.....GUY DELANO SALLEE, b. February 09, 1897, Sharpsville, Tipton, Indiana; d. June 01, 1946, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana.

622. NANCY ELLEN SALLEE (ATHALINE MARY LEAVELL, EDWARD M., EDWARD, EDWARD, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born 1858 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA, and died 1952 in Port Isabel, Grant, Indiana, USA. She married LEWIS ALLEN JOHN October 12, 1876 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA. He was born Abt. 1855 in Indiana, and died 1939 in Knox Chappel, Grant, Indiana, USA.

Notes for NANCY ELLEN SALLEE:
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Lewis A. John... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 25 ... IN ... Farmer ... VA ... VA
Nancy E. John... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 23 ... IN ... Keeping House ... MO ... MO
Edgar F. John... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 2 ... IN ... ... IN ... IN
Lesley Everett John... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 1 ... IN ... ... IN ... IN
1880...Census Place...Green, Grant, Indiana
...Family History Library Film ...1254279 ...NA Film Number ...T9-0279 ...Page Number ...433B

Tiny, weighing around ninety pounds, and perky, per Mike and Bushy Hartman at http://worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=hartmancuz&id=I774

Children of NANCY SALLEE and LEWIS JOHN are:
.....i.....FRANK JOHN, b. Abt. 1878, Indiana.
.....ii.....LESLEY EVERETT JOHN, b. Abt. 1879, Indiana.
1283.....iii.....CECIL JOHN.
.....iv.....MAE JOHN, m. AUSTIN KILGORE.
1284.....v.....GOLDA JOHN.

623. GABRIEL GINN (SARAH MCKEE, MALINDA LEAVELL, JOHN, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born 1816 in Kentucky, USA, and died Abt. 1860 in Harrison Township, Henry, Indiana, USA. He married (1) ANN PEARSON May 21, 1840 in Henry County, Indiana. She was born Abt. 1820, and died August 05, 1844 in Harrison Township, Henry, Indiana, USA. He married (2) LOUISA PRATT February 19, 1846 in Harrison Township, Henry, Indiana, USA. She was born Abt. 1829 in Kentucky, USA, and died April 05, 1880 in Harrison Township, Henry, Indiana, USA.

Notes for GABRIEL GINN:
there were two Gabriel Ginns, probably uncle and nephew. Mine {and Angie's}was born in Ky. in 1816, married Ann Pearson, and then Louisa Pratt in Ind. My great grandfather was the youngest child of Gabriel and Louisa. His name was Ulysses Grant Ginn, but he was called Arthur, unless you were a family member, we all called him Papa.

Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Gabe Ginn... Self ... W ... Male ... W ... 61 ... IN ... Farmer ... KY ... (IN)
Maggie Ginn... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 24 ... IN ... Servant ... IN ... IN
Cassie Ginn... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 16 ... IN ... At Home ... IN ... IN
Ida Ginn... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 13 ... IN ... At Home ... IN ... IN
Ulysses Ginn... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 11 ... IN ... At Home ... IN ... IN
1880...Census Place...Harrison, Henry, Indiana
...Family History Library Film ...1254284 ...NA Film Number ...T9-0284 ...Page Number ...93D

Children of GABRIEL GINN and ANN PEARSON are:
.....i.....NANCY MALINDA GINN, b. April 28, 1841, Harrison Township, Henry, Indiana, USA.
.....ii.....DAVID GINN, b. August 13, 1842, Harrison Township, Henry, Indiana, USA.

Children of GABRIEL GINN and LOUISA PRATT are:
.....iii.....SARAH JANE GINN, b. March 15, 1847, Harrison Township, Henry, Indiana, USA.
.....iv.....JOB U. GINN, b. January 09, 1852, Harrison Township, Henry, Indiana, USA; d. June 15, 1862.
.....v.....THOMAS B. GINN, b. February 07, 1854, Harrison Township, Henry, Indiana, USA.
.....vi.....MARGARET ANN GINN, b. March 13, 1856, Harrison Township, Henry, Indiana, USA.
.....vii.....WILLIAM GINN, b. March 06, 1858, Harrison Township, Henry, Indiana, USA.
.....viii.....LUTHER R. GINN, b. July 04, 1859, Harrison Township, Henry, Indiana, USA.
.....ix.....ULYSSES GRANT GINN, b. Abt. 1869, Harrison Township, Henry, Indiana, USA.

624. IRA L. WHARTON (NANCY MCKEE, MALINDA LEAVELL, JOHN, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born May 1831 in Wayne County, Indiana, USA, and died in Covina, Los Angeles, California, USA. He married (1) EVA ?. She was born March 1864 in Iowa, USA. He married (2) LILY MCKEE May 26, 1868 in Miami County, Indiana, USA. She was born Abt. 1845 in Indiana, USA.

Notes for IRA L. WHARTON:
INDIANA MARRIAGE COLLECTION
Name: Ira Wharton
Spouse Name: Lilly McKee
Name: Ira Wharton ,
Residence: East Germantown, Indiana
Enlistment Date: 05 September 1861
Side Served: Union
State Served: Indiana
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 05 September 1861
Enlisted in Company D, 8th Infantry Regiment Indiana on 05 September 1861.
Reenlisted in Company D, 8th Infantry Regiment Indiana on 01 January 1864
Mustered out Company D, 8th Infantry Regiment Indiana on 28 August 1865 in Savannah, GA

Marriage Date: 26 May 1868
Marriage County: Miami
Source Title 1: Miami County
Source Title 2: Index to Marriage Record 1850-1920 Inclusive Volum
Source Title 3: Original Record Located County Clerks Office, Peru
Book: C- 4
OS Page: 108

1870 - Allen, Miami, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Allen, Miami, Indiana; Roll: M593_343; Page: 8; Image: 17.
Ira L. Wharton...38...IN...farmer...$1600
Lillie Wharton...25...IN

1880 - Allen, Miami, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Allen, Miami, Indiana; Roll: T9_298; Family History Film: 1254298; Page: 410.4000; Enumeration District: 112; Image: 0424.
Ira Wharton...48...IN, KY, OH...farmer
Lily Wharton...38...IN, IN, IN

1900 - Speedwell, St Clair, Missouri
Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Speedwell, St Clair, Missouri; Roll: T623 886; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 152.
Ira L Wharton...69...May 1831...IN...both married 17...
Eva Wharton...36...March 1864...Iowa...3 children, 2 living
John A Wharton...15...June 1880...MO
Frank L Wharton...9...Mar 1891...MO

Children of IRA WHARTON and EVA ? are:
.....i.....NELLIE WHARTON.
.....ii.....JOHN A. WHARTON, b. June 16, 1884, Ladue, Henry, Missouri, USA.
.....iii.....FRANK L. WHARTON, b. March 1891.

625. MARY MELINDA WHARTON (NANCY MCKEE, MALINDA LEAVELL, JOHN, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born March 28, 1836 in Wayne County, Indiana, USA, and died October 16, 1923 in Siam, Taylor, Iowa, USA. She married JOSEPH SMITH August 12, 1869 in Taylor County, Iowa, USA, son of ISAAC SMITH and RUTH HULL. He was born May 30, 1825 in Hopewell Township, Muskingum, Ohio, USA, and died December 11, 1893 in Siam, Taylor, Iowa, USA.

Notes for MARY MELINDA WHARTON:
1870 - Polk, Taylor, Iowa
Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Polk, Taylor, Iowa; Roll: M593_421; Page: 82; Image: 164.
Joseph Smith...45...OH...farmer...$4800 property...$575 personal
Mary Smith...34...IN
Isaac Smith...21...OH
Edmond Smith...19...MO
Simon Smith...17...MO
Ruth Ann Smith...15...IA
Adna Smith...8...IA
Nialy Smith...4...IA
Stella Smith...1/12...IA

1880 - Polk, Taylor, Iowa
Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Polk, Taylor, Iowa; Roll: T9_366; Family History Film: 1254366; Page: 91.1000; Enumeration District: 216; Image: 0184.
Joseph Smith ...55...OH, VA, VA...farmer
Mary M. Smith...44...IN, NC, KY
Simeon Smith...26...MO, OH, OH
Adncy Smith...17...IA, OH, MO
Nealy Smith...14...IA, OH, IN
Zerilda Smith ...8...IA, OH, IN
Ira W. Smith ...5...IA, OH, IN

Children of MARY WHARTON and JOSEPH SMITH are:
.....i.....EMSY MAY SMITH, b. April 03, 1870, Polk, Taylor, Iowa, USA; d. March 01, 1876, Polk, Taylor, Iowa, USA.
1285.....ii.....ZARILDA SMITH, b. August 31, 1871, Polk, Taylor, Iowa, USA; d. June 07, 1952, Clarinda, Page, Iowa, USA.
1286.....iii.....IRA WHARTON SMITH, b. January 10, 1875, Siam, Taylor, Iowa, USA; d. December 25, 1934, Siam, Taylor, Iowa, USA.

626. EDWIN RUTHVEN MCKEE (TABOR W., MALINDA LEAVELL, JOHN, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born June 03, 1842 in Newcastle, Henry, Indiana, and died February 02, 1897 in Warren County, Iowa. He married GULIELMA B. BUNDY December 24, 1863 in Indianola, Warren County, Iowa, daughter of JOHN BUNDY and SARAH DELAMATER. She was born December 24, 1846, and died November 20, 1927.

Notes for EDWIN RUTHVEN MCKEE:
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Edd R. McKee... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 36 ... IN ... Capitalist ... OH ... NC
Emma B. McKee... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 33 ... IA ... Keeping House ... NC ... NY
William McKee... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 15 ... IA ... At Home ... IN ... IA
Pearl K. McKee... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 6 ... IA ... ... IN ... IA
Sarah McKee... Mother ... W ... Female ... W ... 77 ... NC ... Retired Housekeeper ... NC ... NC
1880...Census Place...Indianola, Warren, Iowa
...Family History Library Film ...1254368 ...NA Film Number ...T9-0368 ...Page Number ...392D

--HISTORY OF WARREN COUNTY, IOWA; Des Moines: Union Historical Company, 1879.

McKEE, EDD. R., capitalist; was born in Indiana in 1842, and is the son of Tabor W. and Sarah McKee; he came with his parents to this county in 1853, and were among the early settlers of the county; his father was the first to engage in the nursery business in this vicinity, and the grounds and orchards of the subject of this sketch are evidence of the success that attended his efforts in this direction; he was a man closely identified with the interest of the county, and was honored by its citizens with the office of sheriff and county treasurer; in the latter office his son acted as deputy; Mr. McKee has a banking experience of eleven years, and was one of the organizers of the First National Bank, and its cashier until 1874; he married Miss Emma Bundy, December 24, 1863; she was born in Iowa; they have two children: W. O. and Pearl K; and have lost two: Vane V. and an infant; Mr. McKee's father was born on the land where Cincinnati is situated, then known as Fort Washington; and his grandfather was in the Revolutionary War, and fought under General Wayne, in the war of 1812, and was shot by Indians.
pp 447:
THE "CODE" IN WARREN COUNTY
The number of counties in Iowa which can boast of a duel is their borders is, no doubt, small, but among them, Warren county is one. In the fall of 1854 Edd. R. McKee, then a boy of only twelve years, now one of the best and most prominent citizens of the county, fought a duel with Addison Hunt, son of Eleazer Hunt, one among the first settlers of the county. They were returning home in the afternoon from gathering hickory nuts from the trees at the grove, on the Van Pelt farm, northwest of Indianola, when, from some boyish cause, they got to quarreling. It finally became fierce and noisy, and Mal. Bryan, who was the oldest of the crowd, perhaps eighteen or twenty years of age, and who was the leader besides, suggested that there was no other way to settle it except according to the "code." They had all been reading what corresponded to the yellow-backed literature of the present day, where the hero was always engaged in such adventures, and they, therefore, readily accepted the suggestion of this method of settlement as the only one. Bryan was Hunt's second, and a boy by the name of Almeda Kennedy performed the same duty for McKee. Bryan therefore stepped off twenty paces. Bows and arrows were the weapons chosen for the contest, and they were to shoot at a drop of a hat from the hands of Harvey Kight. Everything ready the contestants took their places, with their bows and arrows in position for the command of "fire." At the drop of the hat both fired, and McKee, who was one of the best shots in the county, with a bow and arrow, drove his arrow a center shot to Hunt's forehead, while Hunt, less fortunate as a shot, but more fortunate for the comfort of his opponent, only grazed McKee's left ear. Hunt was seriously injured, and the boys in fear for what they had done, carried him home, where he lay unconscious for several days, but finally recovered entirely. Many of the old settlers seriously blamed Bryan for his course, and talked of having him arrested, but with the recovery of Hunt, it passed off, and nothing more was done about it. About a year later young Hunt sickened and died, after he had been a party to the only duel ever fought in the county, and from the injuries of which he had completely recovered. McKee's "honor" was satisfied, and he has since been one of the most peaceable citizens of the county, and no provocation has been sufficient to draw him into a challenge to mutual combat, or to attempt him to flee to an outside State or Canada to engage in such an affair.
Children of EDWIN MCKEE and GULIELMA BUNDY are:
.....i.....WILLIAM O. MCKEE, b. October 04, 1868, Warren County, Iowa; d. September 17, 1882, Indianola, Warren, Iowa.
.....ii.....VANE VOLNEY MCKEE, b. February 16, 1871, Warren County, Iowa; d. January 30, 1872, Indianola, Warren, Iowa.
.....iii.....PEARL K. MCKEE, b. February 17, 1874, Indianola, Warren, Iowa; d. December 26, 1960, Warren County, Iowa; m. NELLIE B. BRADSHAW, 1894, Warren County, Iowa.
.....iv.....INFANT MCKEE, b. Abt. 1876.

627. JOHN MCKEE (PRESERVED L. W., MALINDA LEAVELL, JOHN, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born Abt. 1837 in Indiana, USA. He married WINIFRED ?. She was born Abt. 1842 in Indiana, USA.

Notes for JOHN MCKEE:
1870 - Harrison, Henry, Indiana
John McKee...33...IN...farmer...$7000 real estate
Winifred McKee...28...IN
Martha McKee...8...IN
Rosa McKee...5...IN

Children of JOHN MCKEE and WINIFRED ? are:
.....i.....MARTHA MCKEE, b. Abt. 1863.
.....ii.....ROSA MCKEE, b. Abt. 1865.

628. JAMES MCKEE (PRESERVED L. W., MALINDA LEAVELL, JOHN, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born Abt. 1841 in Indiana, USA, and died Abt. 1892 in Middletown, Henry, Indiana. He married TABITHA WILHOIT. She was born Abt. 1846 in Middletown, Henry, Indiana, USA, and died Abt. 1929 in Shirley, Hancock, Indiana, USA.

Notes for JAMES MCKEE:
1870 - Harrison, Henry, Indiana
James McKee...31...IN, ...farmer...$4000 real estate...$2895 personal
Tabitha McKee...24...IN
Ida McKee...3...IN
David Boners...23...IN...farm hand
Andrew J. Ayers...22...VA...farm hand

1880 - Harrison, Henry, Indiana
James Mc Kee...42...IN, OH, PA...farmer
Tabitha E. Mc Kee...34...IN, (OH), OH
Ida Mc Kee...13...IN, IN, IN
Garfield Mc Kee...2...IN, IN, IN
Morgan Dasher...23...VA, VA, VA...laborer
Zeb Stewart...17...GA, GA, GA...laborer

Children of JAMES MCKEE and TABITHA WILHOIT are:
.....i.....IDA MCKEE, b. Abt. 1867, Harrison, Henry, Indiana, USA.
.....ii.....GARFIELD MCKEE, b. Abt. 1878, Harrison, Henry, Indiana, USA.

629. HESTER MARIA OLDACRE (MARTHA LUCINDA MCKEE, MALINDA LEAVELL, JOHN, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born November 02, 1842 in Indiana, USA, and died June 16, 1915 in Butter Creek, Oregon, USA. She married JOHN LEAVELL April 28, 1864 in Curtisville, Tipton, Indiana, USA, son of ROBERT LEAVELL and HANNAH HERRING. He was born December 02, 1835 in Bentonville, Fayette, Indiana, USA, and died February 25, 1915 in Echo, Umatilla, Oregon, USA. For both, burial: Echo Cemetery, Umatilla County, Oregon. Children are listed above under (534) John Leavell.

630. NANCY MALINDA MCKEE (MOSES WILLIAM, MALINDA LEAVELL, JOHN, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born February 16, 1841 in Harrison Township, Henry, Indiana, USA, and died June 17, 1909 in Henry County, Indiana, USA. She married WILLIAM HENRY ALSPAUGH February 07, 1861 in Henry County, Indiana, USA, son of WILLIAM ALSPAUGH and SUSAN NICODEMOS. He was born October 02, 1839 in Henry County, Indiana, USA, and died March 07, 1896 in Henry County, Indiana, USA.

Notes for NANCY MALINDA MCKEE:
1880 census for Union, Miami, Indiana
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
W. H. Allspaw ...Self ...M ...Male ...W ...40 ...IN ...Farmer ...OH ...OH
Nancy M. Allspaw ...Wife ...M ...Female ...W ...39 ...IN ...House Keper ...OH ...OH
Mary A. Allspaw ...Dau ...S ...Female ...W ...18 ...IN ...Keeping House ...OH ...OH
Kurtis Allspaw ...Son ...S ...Male ...W ...17 ...IN ...Common Laborer ...OH ...OH
Moses W. Allspaw ...Son ...S ...Male ...W ...13 ...IN ...At Home ...OH ...OH
Joseph Allspaw ...Son ...S ...Male ...W ...10 ...IN ...At Home ...OH ...OH
Rosa Allspaw ...Dau ...S ...Female ...W ...7 ...IN ...At Home ...OH ...OH
Lily Allspaw ...Dau ...S ...Female ...W ...5 ...IN ...At Home ...OH ...OH

More About NANCY MALINDA MCKEE & WILLIAM ALSPAUGH: Burial: Hess Cemetery, Cadiz, Henry, IN, USA

Children of NANCY MCKEE and WILLIAM ALSPAUGH are:
.....i.....MARY ANN ALSPAUGH, b. February 21, 1862, Cadiz, Henry, Indiana, USA.
1287.....ii.....KURTIS ELWOOD ALSPAUGH, b. March 04, 1863, Cadiz, Henry, Indiana, USA; d. December 08, 1920, Henry County, Indiana, USA.
1288.....iii.....MOSES WILLIAM ALSPAUGH, b. May 27, 1867, Richland, Spencer, Indiana, USA; d. April 21, 1944.
.....iv.....JOSEPH ALSPAUGH, b. September 13, 1869; d. April 1916, Cadiz, Henry, Indiana, USA; m. ALMA A. KEESLING, September 12, 1908; d. Cadiz, Henry, Indiana, USA. More About ALMA A. KEESLING: Burial: Hess Cemetery
.....v.....ROSA ELLEN ALSPAUGH, b. May 21, 1873; m. OTTO SANDERS, December 29, 1891.
.....vi.....LILLIAN V. ALSPAUGH, b. May 15, 1875, Cadiz, Henry, Indiana; d. July 05, 1955; m. CHARLES HUDSON, December 06, 1900.
.....vii.....JOHN WILLIAM ALSPAUGH, b. August 02, 1865, Cadiz, Henry, Indiana; d. 1866.

631. HULDAH J. MCKEE (MOSES WILLIAM, MALINDA LEAVELL, JOHN, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born October 22, 1842 in Harrison Township, Henry, Indiana, USA, and died March 19, 1884 in Henry County, Indiana, USA. She married JACOB L.B. DENNEY September 08, 1860 in Cadiz, Harrison Twp., Henry, Indiana, USA, son of SHUBAL DENNEY and MARGARET MENDENHALL. He was born December 12, 1838 in Preble County, Ohio, USA, and died January 23, 1920 in Henry County, Indiana, USA.

Children of HULDAH MCKEE and JACOB DENNEY are:
1289.....i.....SARAH M. DENNEY, b. February 28, 1862, Harrison Township, Henry, Indiana, USA; d. August 10, 1906, Batson Cem., Liberty Twp., Henry Co., Indiana, USA.
.....ii.....EMILY JANE DENNEY, b. November 07, 1863, Harrison Township, Henry, Indiana, USA; d. December 22, 1863.
.....iii.....WILLIAM E. DENNEY, b. February 25, 1865, Harrison Township, Henry, Indiana, USA; d. October 15, 1866.
.....iv.....LILLIE M. DENNEY, b. June 17, 1867, Harrison Township, Henry, Indiana, USA; d. March 12, 1938; m. CHARLES A. ADAMS, July 19, 1890, Harrison Township, Henry, Indiana, USA; b. Abt. 1863.
.....v.....MARY ELIZABETH DENNEY, b. March 13, 1869.
.....vi.....NANCY LUCINDA DENNEY, b. June 12, 1870, Harrison Township, Henry, Indiana, USA; m. LAWRENCE BEALL, July 30, 1887, Henry County, Indiana, USA; b. December 22, 1866; d. May 16, 1955.
.....vii.....CHARLES CLINTON DENNEY, b. March 23, 1872, Madison County, Indiana; d. August 17, 1945; m. CLARA C.; b. Abt. 1876, Rush County, Indiana.
.....viii.....ISAAC FRANKLIN DENNEY, b. April 28, 1874, Liberty Township, Henry, Indiana, USA; d. October 12, 1930; m. FANNIE VIOLA BRENNER, December 19, 1896, Henry County, Indiana, USA; b. July 15, 1874; d. May 24, 1966.
.....ix.....DELILAH ROSETTA DENNEY, b. August 11, 1876, Liberty Township, Henry, Indiana, USA; m. FLOYD HUTSON, February 04, 1894, Henry County, Indiana, USA; b. Abt. 1872; d. February 04, 1894, Henry County, Indiana, USA.
.....x.....LUTHER WELLINGTON DENNEY, b. September 26, 1879, Liberty Township, Henry, Indiana, USA; d. March 16, 1963; m. HATTIE C. ADAMS, December 23, 1903, Henry County, Indiana, USA; b. August 03, 1884; d. September 06, 1931.
.....xi.....IDA MAUDE DENNEY, b. February 18, 1884, Liberty Township, Henry, Indiana, USA; d. February 18, 1884, Liberty Township, Henry, Indiana, USA.

632. WILLIAM EDGAR MCKEE (MOSES WILLIAM, MALINDA LEAVELL, JOHN, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born May 20, 1847 in Harrison Township, Henry, Indiana, USA. He married SARILDA ?. She was born Abt. 1850 in Ohio, USA.

Children of WILLIAM MCKEE and SARILDA ? are:
.....i.....MARY E. MCKEE, b. Abt. 1869, Harrison Township, Henry, Indiana, USA.
.....ii.....HULDAH L. MCKEE, b. April 09, 1870, Harrison Township, Henry, Indiana, USA; d. March 20, 1940, Huntington, Huntington, Indiana, USA; m. SOLOMON FRANKLIN SCHERMERHORN, May 04, 1929, Huntington County, Indiana, USA; b. January 07, 1869, Wooster, Wayne, Ohio, USA; d. August 22, 1944, Huntington County, Indiana, USA.

633. JOSHUA SCOTT (ELIZABETH LEAVELL, ROBERT, JOHN, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born October 27, 1820 in Indiana, USA, and died June 03, 1901. He married MARY ANN HILL November 30, 1842 in Cass County, Indiana, USA. She was born Abt. 1820 in Ohio, USA.

Notes for JOSHUA SCOTT: Joshua lived seven miles NE of Logansport

Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Clay, Cass, Indiana; Roll M593_302; Page: 51; Image: 103.
Joshua Scott...49...IN...woolen manufacturer...$1000 real estate...$900 personal
Mary Ann Scott...49...OH
Saraetta Scott...22...IN
Benjamin F Scott...13...IN

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Victor, Wright, Minnesota; Roll T9_638; Family History Film: 1254638; Page: 480.4000; Enumeration District: 73; Image: 0463.
Joshua Scott...57...IN, OH, MD...farmer
Sarah E. Thompson...32...IN, IN, IN...dau
Benj. F. Scott...24...IN, IN, IN...son
Mary Thompson...4...IN, IN, IN,,,granddau
Geo. F. Thompson...2...IN, IN, IN,,,grandson
Levi P. Thompson...21...Minnesota, IN, IN...nephew

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Howard Lake, Wright, Minnesota; Roll T623_798; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 227.
Sarah E Thompson...52...Feb 1848...IN, IN, IN...widowed...2 children, 2 living...job: money something I can't read
George F Thompson...22...Apr 1878...Minnesota, IN, IN...son...single...hardware clerk
Joshua Scott...78...Oct 1821...IN, OH, IN...widowed...father...boarder

Children of JOSHUA SCOTT and MARY HILL are:
.....i.....ANNE ELIZABETH SCOTT, b. Abt. 1843, Indiana, USA; m. JOHN CONRAD.
.....ii.....JEROME SCOTT, b. Abt. 1846.
1290.....iii.....SARABET SCOTT, b. February 1848, Indiana, USA.
1291.....iv.....EZRA SCOTT, b. Abt. 1849, Indiana, USA.
1292.....v.....BENJAMIN F. SCOTT, b. Abt. 1855, Logansport, Cass, Indiana, USA; d. December 13, 1934, Hennepin County, Minnesota, USA.

634. REBECCA LEAVELL (JAMES, ROBERT, JOHN, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born Abt. 1828 in Indiana, USA, and died July 08, 1902, age 74y 6m 14 d. 5 She married BENJAMIN F. MARSHALL September 21, 1854 in Curtisville, Tipton, Indiana, USA, son of JAMES MARSHALL and SUSANNA BAKER. He was born June 27, 1820 in Harrison County, Kentucky, USA, and died July 04, 1896.

Notes for REBECCA LEAVELL:
1880 Census Place Curtisville, Tipton, Indiana, Family History Library Film 1254315, NA Film Number T9-0315, Page Number 163C
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Benjamin Marshall...Self...M...Male...W...59... KY...Saw Mill Mfg...MD...KY
Rebecca Marshall...Wife...M...Female...W...52...IN ...Keeping House...KY...KY
Francis M. Marshall...Son...S ...Male...W...19...IN...Works In Saw Mill ...KY...IN
Mary Caldwell...Other...S...Female...W...12...IN...Servant...IN ...IN

Children of REBECCA LEAVELL and BENJAMIN MARSHALL are:
.....i.....OLIVER MARSHALL, b. Abt. 1856; m. VIOLA DAVIS, February 16, 1877, Tipton County, Indiana, USA.
.....ii.....FRANCIS M. MARSHALL, b. Abt. 1861; m. MYRTLE TYNER.

6315. MARGARET MARY LEAVELL (JAMES, ROBERT, JOHN, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born 31 March 1832 in Indiana, USA, and died July 29, 1916. She's buried in Plot: Add VIII, Row 28 of Elwood Cemetery, Elwood, Madison, Indiana. She married JOHN BRIGHT March 03, 1853 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA. He was born Abt. 1830 in Indiana, USA, and died Bef. 1880.

Notes for MARGARET MARY LEAVELL:
John Bright's Military Service: 1862, Joined the 101st Indiana Volunteers

Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Elwood, Madison, Indiana; Roll M593_336; Page: 252; Image: 506.
Margaret Bright...38... IN...keeping house...$300
Almira Bright...16...IN
Thomas Bright...14...IN
Melissa Bright...13...IN
James Bright...9...IN

1880 Census Place....Elwood, Madison, Indiana
Name ....Relation....Marital Status....Gender....Race....Age....Birthplace....Occupation....Father's Birthplace....Mother's Birthplace
Margaret Bright.... Self .... W .... Female .... W .... 48 .... IN .... Keeping House .... KY .... KY
Melissa Bright.... Dau .... S .... Female .... W .... 23 .... IN .... Laundress .... IN .... IN
James L. Bright.... Son .... S .... Male .... W .... 19 .... IN .... Farm Laborer .... IN .... IN
Ralph Sigler.... GSon .... S .... Male .... W .... 4 .... IN .... .... IN .... IN
Robert Leavell.... Brother .... W .... Male .... W .... 39 .... IN .... Teamster .... KY .... KY

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Pipe Creek, Madison, Indiana; Roll T623_386; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 110.
Margaret Bright...68...Mrch 1832...IN, KY, KY...married 46 years...4 children, 3 living
Thomas J Bright...44...July 1853...IN, IN, IN...single...day laborer...unemployed 2 months

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Elwood Ward 3, Madison, Indiana; Roll T624_365; Page: 4B; Enumeration District: 123; Image: 287.
Margaret Bright...78...IN, KY, KY...widowed
Thomas J Bright...54...IN, IN, IN...son...laborer, odd jobs

Children of MARGARET LEAVELL and JOHN BRIGHT are:
.....i.....MELISSA BRIGHT, b. Abt. 1853, Elwood, Madison, Indiana, USA.
1293.....ii.....ALMIRA BRIGHT, b. Abt. 1855, Elwood, Madison, Indiana, USA.
.....iii.....THOMAS BRIGHT, b. Abt. 1857, Elwood, Madison, Indiana, USA.

1880...Census Place...Monroe, Madison, Indiana, Family History Library Film ...1254293, NA Film Number ...T9-0293, Page Number ...117C
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Levi Medsker... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 23 ... IN ... Works On Farm ... IN ... IN
Mary Medsker... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 20 ... IN ... Keeping House ... PA ... IN
Thomas Bright... Other ... S ... Male ... W ... 22 ... IN ... Works On Farm ... IN ... IN
.....iv.....JAMES L. BRIGHT, b. Abt. 1861, USA. Killed by runaway horse when almost grown

636. JANE LEAVELL (JAMES, ROBERT, JOHN, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born Abt. 1833 in Indiana, USA, and died Bef. 1916. She married JAMES HENRY DECKER March 21, 1861 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA. He was born Abt. 1817 in Virginia.

Notes for JANE LEAVELL:
Name: Jane Leavell
Spouse Name: James H. Decker
Marriage Date: 21 Mar 1861
Marriage County: Tipton
Source Title 1: Tipton County, Indiana
Source Title 2: Marriages 1844-1870 Bk. 1: Aug. 1844-May 1852 Bk.
Source Title 3: Compiled by Ruth M. Slevin
Book: 2
OS Page: 313

Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Madison, Tipton, Indiana; Roll M593_363; Page: 537; Image: 196.
James Decker...52...VA...$1000...$1000
Jane Decker...36...IN
Isaac Decker...27...IN
Albert Decker...24...IN
Freeman Decker...21...IN
Elly A Decker...19...IN
Robert Decker...16...IN
Columbus Decker...13...IN
Clara Decker...1...IN

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Madison, Tipton, Indiana; Roll T9_315; Family History Film: 1254315; Page: 159.3000; Enumeration District: 138; Image: 0319.
James H. Decker...63...VA, VA, VA...farmer
Jane Decker...47...IN, KY, KY
Robert C. Decker...25...IN, VA, KY
William C. Decker...23...IN, VA, KY
Clarra I. Decker...11...IN, VA, KY

Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
James B. MC DANEL ... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 45 ... IN ... Farmer ... KY ... KY
Lucinda E. MC DANEL ... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 36 ... IN ... Keeping House ... VA ... VA
Elmer F. MC DANEL ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 17 ... IN ... Works On Farm ... IN ... IN
Gilbert M. MC DANEL ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 14 ... IN ... Works On Farm ... IN ... IN
Sedoras MC DANEL ... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 13 ... IN ... At Home ... IN ... IN
Maggie T. MC DANEL ... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 8 ... IN ... ... IN ... IN
Orvell Q. MC DANEL ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 3 ... IN ... ... IN ... IN
Roma MC DANEL ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 2M ... IN ... ... IN ... IN
James H. Decker... BroL ... ... Male ... W ... 44 ... VA ... Works On Farm ... VA ... VA
1880...Census Place...Madison, Tipton, Indiana
...Family History Library Film ...1254315 ...NA Film Number ...T9-0315 ...Page Number ...160A

Child of JANE LEAVELL and JAMES DECKER is:
1294.....i.....CLARA B. DECKER, b. Abt. 1862, Indiana.

637. ANN LEAVELL (JAMES, ROBERT, JOHN, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born December 23, 1839 in Wayne County, Indiana, USA, and died May 26, 1900 in Crawfordsville, Montgomery, Indiana, USA. She married ANDREW FRANKLIN GRAY, JR. March 17, 1859 in Crawfordsville, Montgomery, Indiana, USA. He was born December 1838 in Kentucky, USA.

Notes for ANN LEAVELL:
Mo. Was Rebecca Elizabeth Cooper, father was James Leavell born 1804 near Lexington Ky and he died 1824 Wayne Co. IN, per letter from Mrs. Joan Gray dated 12-18-1984. Route 1, Box 196-C, Ambay, IN 46911

See also THE COOPER COLLECTION, vol. 6, no. 2, page 35, a family newsletter.

1880...Census Place...Saluda, Jefferson, Indiana, Family History Library Film ...1254288, NA Film Number ...T9-0288, Page Number ...259C
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Andrew Gray... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 41 ... KY ... Farmer ... KY ... KY
Ann Gray... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 40 ... IN ... Keeps House ... KY ... KY
John W. Gray... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 19 ... IN ... Works On Farm ... KY ... KY
Robert F. Gray... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 18 ... IN ... Works On Farm ... KY ... KY
Nancy J. Gray... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 16 ... IN ... Home ... KY ... KY
Albert L. Gray... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 14 ... IN ... Home ... KY ... KY
Louisa E. Gray... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 11 ... IN ... Home ... KY ... KY
Emma A. Gray... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 10 ... IN ... Home ... KY ... KY
Oscar R. Gray... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 8 ... IN ... Home ... KY ... KY
Harvy H. Gray... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 4 ... IN ... Home ... KY ... KY
Lillie Gray... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 1 ... IN ... Home ... KY ... KY

Major source on her descendants: "Howard/Coppock/Prickett" World Tree at www.ancestry.com posted by Paula Phillips.

More About ANN LEAVELL: Burial: Oak Hill Cem. Union Twp, Montgomery Co. IN

Children of ANN LEAVELL and ANDREW GRAY are:
.....i.....JOHN W. GRAY, b. Abt. 1861, Indiana, USA.
.....ii.....ROBERT F. GRAY, b. Abt. 1862, Indiana, USA.
.....iii.....NANCY J. GRAY, b. Abt. 1864, Indiana, USA.
1295.....iv.....ALBERT L. GRAY, b. November 1865, Montgomery County, Indiana, USA; d. Abt. 1923, Crawfordsville, Montgomery, Indiana, USA.
.....v.....LOUISA E. GRAY, b. Abt. 1869, Indiana, USA.
.....vi.....EMMA A. GRAY, b. Abt. 1870, Indiana, USA.
1296.....vii.....OSCAR R. GRAY, b. February 17, 1872, Montgomery County, Indiana, USA; d. September 14, 1928, Crawfordsville, Montgomery Co. IN, USA.
.....viii.....HARVEY H. GRAY, b. Abt. 1876, Indiana, USA.
.....ix.....LILLIE GRAY, b. Abt. 1879, Indiana, USA.

638. JOHN WESLEY LEAVELL (BENJAMIN, ROBERT, JOHN, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born February 11, 1842 in Indiana, USA. He married (1) MOLCY BEESON March 23, 1862, daughter of JAMES BEESON and SARAH ?. She was born May 08, 1842 in Elwood, Madison, Indiana, USA, and died September 12, 1909 in Elwood, Madison, Indiana, USA. John married (2) MARY MONTGOMERY 01 Aug 1912 in Anderson, Madison, Indiana.

Notes for JOHN WESLEY LEAVELL:
1870 Madison, Tipton, IN
John Levell...28...farmer...$2000 real estate...$600 personal...IN
Melissa Levell...28...IN
Madorra B. Levell...7...IN
William Levell...5...IN
Franklin Levell...2...IN

1880 Census Place Madison, Tipton, Indiana
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
John W. Leavell...Self...M...Male...W...38...IN...Farmer...KY...IN
Moley Leavell...Wife...M...Female...W...38...IN...Keeping House...NC...NC
William T. Leavell...Son...S...Male...W...15...IN...Works On Farm...IN...IN
Benjamin F. Leavell...Son...S...Male...W...12...IN...Works On Farm...IN...IN
Leonidas Leavell...Son...S...Male...W...7...IN......IN...IN

....."When John Wesley Leavell and wife went to housekeeping, they lived on his father's farm and worked for him two years and the third year he farmed for himself. In January 1865 he formed a partnership with W.F.Gates in the tanning business, which business he followed until 1868, then selling the business and buying 80 acres of land from his father, it being covered with timber out of which he built log buildings for his home. In the fall of 1872 he sold this farm and bought a tan-yard in the town of Tipton. He then moved to Tipton where he remained in the tanning business until the spring of 1877, he then buying 80 acres of wet land and 60 acres and following farming until the fall of 1882 when he was elected Sheriff of Tipton Co. He served one term and declined a second nomination. Tipton Co. was then about 400 Democratic but he received a majority for the head of the Democratic party, but this same precinct gave John Wesley a majority of thirty over his opponent which he always felt proud of.
.....John Wesley and Molcy were the parents of five children, namely, Madora B., William T., Benjamin F., Cora M., and Leonidas. Madora B. was born Dec. 5, 1862, and in her 18th year she married Z.H.Darrow [a lot of illegible; the next paragraph may be about Lola] …about two years later or after the death of her husband and Olive went to live with her grand-father Thayer where she still resides. Howard is a practicing physician in Victor, Colorado....
.....After the expiration of his time in the Sheriff's office, Jown Wesley Leavell moved to his farm of 130 acres located to mile east of [illegible] where he remained six or seven years, and in the meantime making good provements on it. He then traded this farm for 280 acres six miles south-west of Tipton where he remained for a few years, in the fore part of [illegible] he moved to Wayne Co., In., where he owned other land. There he resided on the farm until 1908 when he left it on account of the poor health of his wife, moving to Elwood where they bought a bood home. In September 1909 he lost his wife, she being 67 years of age, and she is buried in the Fairview Cemetery at Tipton, Ind. After the death of his companion he went back to Wayne Co., Ind., where he made his home with his son William T. for [illegible] years, when he was again married, he marrying Mary B. [illegible] near Elwood and was the daughter of Joseph Montgomery. John Wesley Leavell now lives in Elwood, Indiana."
He attended school in the winter months. Became a tanner at age 22 until 1877, when he bought 80 acres of unimproved land in Tipton which grew to be 280 acres. In the spring of 1881, a ditch commissioner for Tipton, surveying 55 drains for 18 months. In November of 1882 elected sheriff by 96 votes on the Republican ticket even though the county was Democrat by 400 votes. Joined Masonic lodge in Elwood in 1866.

Author: Charles Blanchard, Editor (1883)
JOHN W. LEAVELL, Sheriff of Tipton County, was born February 11, 1842, in this county. He was reared on a farm. His facilities for obtaining an education were limited. He attended the log school-house of primitive days. He learned, and for nine years followed, the trade of a tanner. He then returned to agricultural pursuits, in which he was engaged until his election to the office of Sheriff, in November, 1882. He is the owner of a fine farm of 140 acres in Madison Township, which he made his home for many years prior to his recent removal to Tipton to take charge of the duties of his office. Mr. Leavell is a Republican, and notwithstanding the fact that Tipton County is essentially Democratic, he was elected by a majority of about one hundred votes. He is a prominent member of the Masonic fraternity. March 23, 1862, he was married to Molcy Beeson. They have had four children-Madora B., William T., Benjamin F. and Leonidas.
Additional Comments:
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COUNTIES OF HOWARD AND TIPTON, INDIANA.
HISTORICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL.
ILLUSTRATED.
CHARLES BLANCHARD. EDITOR.
CHICAGO: F. A. BATTEY & CO.
1883.
File at: http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/in/tipton/bios/leavell915gbs.txt

Memoirs of Wayne County and the city of Richmond, Indiana; from the earliest historical times down to the present, including a genealogical and biographical record of representative families in Wayne County, Editor: Henry Clay Fox
Volume 2, Page 562
.....John W. Leavell, living retired at the residence of his son, William T. Leavell, in Jefferson township, was born in what is now Tipton county, Indiana, Feb. II, 1842, the first child of Benjamin and Fannie (Thornburgh) Leavell, natives of Kentucky and Indiana respectively. The members of the Leavell family participated prominently in the Revolutionary war, the paternal great-grandfather, John Leavell, serving throughout the entire conflict, and since that period they have always borne an active part in all local affairs of the community in which they lived. The family lineage, for the purposes of this review, begins with the Revolutionary ancestor, John Leavell, who moved from Virginia to Kentucky about 1790. His son, Robert Leavell, was born in Virginia, moved with his parents to Kentucky, and in 181 1 removed to Wayne county, Indiana, taking up a claim of 120 acres of land, upon which is located a part of the village of Jacksonburg. He served as a soldier in the war of 1812. He laid out the village of Jacksonburg and remained there until about 183 1, when he moved to a place about one mile north of Hagerstown, where he purchased 231 acres of land, the same now being owned by Adam Rowe and II. C. Knode. There Robert Leavell and his wife, Sarah, born in Virginia, spent the remainder of their lives, he dying in 1847, at the a ge of seventy-one years, and she in 1857, at lne a 8' e of seventy-five years. They were the parents of ten children: Elizabeth, born in 1801, married John Scott and had a son, Joshua; Gabriel died in childhood; James, born in 1804, married Elizabeth Cooper, of Wayne county, in an early day removed to Tipton county, where he entered 120 acres of government land and remained there the residue of his life; Benjamin was the next in order of birth; Ezekiel, born in 1808, married Sarah A. Bales, a native of Wayne county, and of East Tennessee parentage, and they had six children - Margaret E., John II., Lorinda J., Benjamin F., Thomas J., and William M., and after the death of the mother Ezekiel again married, of which union were born three children - Sarah F., Dora, and Lorain L. ; Caroline, born in 181 1, married Lewis Jones at the age of eighteen years and died soon thereafter; Mary, born in 1813, died in childhood; Malinda, born in 1815, was married, Jan. 7, 1836, to Carter T. Jackson, a native of Kentucky, and with him, in 1838, removed to Tipton county, where she died in 1873, having reared a family of six sons and three daughters; Nancy, born in 1817, in Wayne county, married Dory Matthews, of Marion county, and died soon thereafter; and Sarah, born in 1819, married Newton J. Jackson, moved to Tipton county in 1838, and died in the prime of life, leaving two children.
.....Benjamin Leavell, the father of John \V., was born in Fayette county, Kentucky, Nov. 6, 1806, and in 181 1 came with his parents to Wayne county, where he was reared to manhood. In January, 184 1, he removed to Tipton county and settled on 160 acres of land, which he cleared, putting 100 acres in a state of cultivation and erecting the necessary buildings. All this he accomplished within a period of ten years by his own efforts, and his was one of the first brick residences in that count}'. lie accumulated 340 acres of land in Tipton- county and resided there until 'his death, Oct. 29, 1868. His wife, Fanny (Thornburgh) Leavell, was burn on her father's farm, three miles north of 1 lagerstown, Nov. 8, 1 82 1, daughter of William and Martha Thornburgh, natives of East Tennessee who removed to Wayne county in 1816, and her death occurred Dec. 14, 1893, m Tipton county. To Benjamin Leavell and wife were born seven children: John W. is the eldest; Martha R., born in April, 1844, was married in 1862 to John O. Green, who died in 1867, after the birth of two children - Benjamin Ik and Maude E. (deceased) - and a few years later Martha married Jasper N. Wright, a native of Wayne county, and of that union were born two sons - Gilbert and Jesse ; Losada J., born in August, 1846, married C. H. Hobbs, and the)' have five children Nellie, Minnie, Thomas B., Melvin W., and Guy; Nancy V., born in October, 1848, married John Hobbs in 1867, and they have six children - Nettie, Maude, Benjamin A., Morton, Fred B., and Chalmer L. ; Sarah E., born in January, 1852, was married in 1872 to T. B. Bates, deceased, and of their union were born two daughters - Ora and Mabel ; Mary E., born in May, 1856, married Lemuel Darrow in March, 1S73, and they have four children - Fannie, Ollie, Omar, and Mary; and Josephine, born in August, 1859, is the wife of W. S. Roberson, of Elwood, Ind.
.....John W. Leavell was born and reared on a farm, where he worked until twenty-two years of age. His education was acquired at the district schools, through his attendance during the winter months. After leaving the farm he learned the tanner's trade, which occupation he followed until 1877, at which time lie purchased eighty acres of unimproved land in Tipton county, to which he afterward added until he owned 280 acres. He became actively interested in public affairs and in the spring of 18S1 was appointed one of the ditch commissioners for Tipton county, in which capacity he assisted in surveying and locating fifty-five drains, and he served in that position eighteen months. In November, 18S2, he was elected sheriff of Tipton county by ninety-six majority, on the Republican ticket, although the county was Democratic by about 400 votes. Since the death of his wife he has resided at the home of his son in Jefferson township, this county. Fraternally, Mr. Leavell has been a member of the Masonic lodge at Elwood since 1866, and while never affiliated, with any church association is a true follower of the principles of religion and takes a profound interest in all movements which look to the furtherance of the intellectual, moral and spiritual wellbeing of his fellow men. In March, 1862, he was married to Miss Molcy Beeson, daughter of James and Sarah Beeson, natives of North Carolina who were brought to Wayne county by their parents in 1808, and five children blessed this happy union: Dora B., born in December, 1862, married Z. E. Darrow and died in September, 1908, the mother of two children - Lola Maude (deceased), and Cecil Howard; William T. was born in January, 1865; Benjamin, born in October, 1867, and now in the real estate and loan business in Tipton count)', married Nettie Mavity and they have two daughters - Dora B. and Bernice; Cora M., born in July, 1870, died at the age of eight years; and Leolitas, born in November, 1872, married Minnie Fouch, in 1896, and they have four daughters - Mary E., Ruth, Nina, and Geraldine. Mrs. Molcy (Beeson) Leavell was born in Madison county, Indiana, May 8, 1842, her death occurring at her home in Tipton county, Sept. 12, 1909. She was a loving wife, a devoted mother, and a woman of excellent traits of character, which endeared her to her family and a wide circle of friends. William T. Leavell, the eldest son, was born in Tipton county, educated in the district schools, and worked upon his father's farm until arriving at man's estate. He was married to Capitola Nance, a daughter of Theodore and Lovica (Parker) Nance, of Tipton, Ind. He then rented 160 acres of land in Tipton county and followed dairying and farming until 1888, when he moved to his father's farm and there followed the same lines of industry until 1892. The father then sold that farm and William T. purchased eighty-seven acres west of Tipton and remained there nine years, engaged in general farming. In 1899 ne s °ld that place and removed to Wayne county, purchasing 160 acres of land in Jefferson township, about one and one-half miles northwest of Hagerstown, wdiere he has since followed general farming. To him and his wife have been born two children - John T., born July 12, 1887, and Fred, born Feb. 18, 1896. John T., a farmer in Jefferson township, was married in November, 1904, to Bertha Turnpaw and they have three children: Mary Imogene, born May 22, 1906; Molcy Bernetha, born Ma)' 4, 1908; and Harold Leon, born March 18, 1910. Mrs. William T. Leavell was born Nov. 16, 1868.
INDIANA DEATHS
Name: Molsy Leavell
Date: 7 Dec 1909
Location: Elwood
Age: 67 yr
Gender: Female
Race: White
Source Location: City Health Office, Elwood
Source Notes: The source of this record is the book 1CH-11 on page 20 within the series produced by the Indiana Works Progress Administration.

9/10/1909
Mrs. Leavell Dead
…..Yesterday afternoon shortly after 12 o’clock Mrs. Mosley Leavell, wife of John Leavell passed away after a brief illness. The deceased was 97 years old and leaves besides a husband three sons and a host of friends to mourn her. The funeral will be held at the residence on South Anderson street tomorrow morning at ten o’clock. The Rev. L. C. Howe of New Castle will be in charge. Following the services the body will be taken to Tipton where interment will take place.

TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE, October 19, 1911, page 8
JOHN LEAVELL QUITE ILL
Former Tipton County Sheriff in Serious Condition
…..B. F. Leavell left yesterday for Hagerstown, Ind., going there owing to the fact that his aged father, John Leavell, is reported to be dangerously ill. It is understood that the aged man's condition has been such that he has been placed in the care of a professional nurse and he is getting every attention.
…..Mr. Leavell has been living at the home of his son, William, who owns a fine farm near Hagerstown. For a couple of years the health of the elder Leavell has not been robust and he has been greatly reduced in physical strength.
…..Mr. Leavell is one of the pioneers of Tipton county, his parents having come to this section of Indiana in an early day and Mr. Leavell is one of the few men left who were here in the early days of this county. Mr. Leavell was at one time sheriff of this county and he had an acquaintance that extended to all sections of the county. In the early day he was at the head of Tipton's tan yard, an industry that has long since passed from among the people of Indiana. He worked at the trade of a tanner for a number of years and had his hard fight along with the other pioneers of the county. He was a man of great energy and he shirked none of the hardships that came to the citzenship of an early day. The many friends of the sick man will hope that the reports of his illness have been exaggerated and that he will soon regain his accustomed health.

Obituary in ELWOOD CALL-LEADER in North Madison County Public Library:
Name: J. W. Leavell
Age: 83
Source Date: 8/15/1925
Detail for Obituary: 119225

8/15/1925

J.W. LEAVELL IS SUMMONED
Well Known Retired Farmer and Long Time Member of Masonic Fraternity Dead
PIONEER OF TIPTON COUNTY

…..John W. Leavell, 83, retired farmer and one of Elwood’s most highly esteemed citizens, passed away at the local hospital last evening about 7 o’clock, death being due to infirmities of age. He had been taken to the hospital from his home in South Anderson street almost a week ago but his condition was beyond the most skillful medical aid.
…..John Wesley Leavell was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Leavell, natives of Kentucky, and was born in southeastern Tipton county on February 11, 1842, and with the exception of a few years he lived in Wayne county just before taking up his residence in Elwood, all of his life has been spent in this community.
Active in Politics

…..Mr. Leavell was a Republican in politics and was active in the cause of his party’s principles. In 1882 he was elected sheriff of Tipton county, being the only Republican candidate on his ticket successful in that campaign. He was also honored numerous times by appointment to places of responsibility in that county.
…..In the past few years his health has been falling gradually and partial deafness distressed him, but no affliction could ever affect the cheerful disposition and he was among his friends as usual when able to get about, with always a cheery word and handclasp that lacked little of the strength of earlier days. John W. Leavell was a good citizen, whose taking away is regretted by many friends.
Resided at New Lancaster

....On March 23 1860 he was married to Miss Molcy Beeson, daughter of James and Sarah Beeson, pioneers of the community, and soon after located at New Lancaster where he followed the trade of tanning and later engaged in farming. .....Five children were born to their union, of whom three survive. They are William T. Leavell of Hagerstown, and Benjamin and Leonidas of Tipton. One daughter, Cora M. died when eight years of age and another, Mrs. Z. E. Darrow, a short time ago. His first wife died in September 1909 and in 1912 he was married to Mary Wright, who survives him.
Old Member Masonic Lodge

.....Mr. Leavell affiliated with the Masonic fraternity in 1865, becoming a member of Austin lodge at Tipton. Later he transferred his membership to Quincy lodge of this city and filled the office of Master of the lodge in the year 1881. He was a faithful attendant when health permitted and a man who lived his daily life by the principles of this order.
Friends May Pay Respects

.....The body was removed to his home in South Anderson street where friends are privileged to call and pay a last tribute of respect at any time up until noon Sunday. .....Funeral services will be conducted at the residence on Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock by Rev. L. C. Howe of Vincennes, Christian minister, and the burial will be in the cemetery at Tipton, in charge of the Masonic fraternity.

3/9/1929
MRS. MARY H. LEAVELL, 75, DIES AT UNION CITY TODAY
…..Mrs. Mary H. Leavell, 75, died this morning at 10:45 o/clock at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Clarence L. Wilson, at Union City, Indiana, of infirmities of age. She had been cared for at the home of the daughter for several months past.
…..Mrs. Leavell was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Montgomery and was born at Cincinnati, Ohio, Dec. 13, 1854. She was united in marriage fifty-give years ago to Henry Harmon and in this union were born two children, Mrs. Clarence Wilson of Union City, and Dr. Paul Harmon, professor in the medical college at Bloomington, Ind. There are four grandchildren and one great grandchild.
…..Mr. Harmon died in 1899 and in 1902 she was united in marriage to Joseph Wright, who passed away fifteen years later. In 1914 she was married to John Wesley Leavell and they resided in South Anderson street in this city until his death on August 14, 1925.
…..Beside the children and grandchildren, she is survived by three sisters, Mrs. Ella Hunter of Kansas, Mrs. Laura Fletcher of Los Angeles, and Mrs. Abbie Glenn, of Elwood. The two former came to be at her bedside during her last illness. A brother, Peter Montgomery, lives in Kansas.
…..Mrs. Leavell was a woman who had a wide circle of friends in Elwood, who will regret to learn of her death. She was a member of the Christian church.
…..The body will be brought to the Clark mortuary here Sunday morning and announcement of the time and place of the funeral will be made later.

Children of JOHN LEAVELL and MOLCY BEESON are:
1297.....i.....MADORA BELL LEAVELL, b. December 05, 1862, New Lancaster, Tipton, Indiana, USA; d. September 03, 1908, Indiana, USA.
1298.....ii.....WILLIAM T. LEAVELL, b. January 1865.
1289.....iii.....BENJAMIN FRANKLIN LEAVELL, b. October 13, 1867, New Lancaster, Tipton, Indiana, USA; d. January 11, 1941, Tipton County, Indiana, USA.
.....iv.....CORA M. LEAVELL, b. July 1870; d. 1878. Cora died age 8 of membraneous croup.
1300.....v.....LEONIDAS LEAVELL, b. November 05, 1872, Tipton County, Indiana, USA; d. August 03, 1947, Tipton County, Indiana, USA.

639. MARTHA RUTH LEAVELL (BENJAMIN, ROBERT, JOHN, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born April 06, 1844 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA, and died 1899 in Elwood, Madison, Indiana, USA. She married (1) JOHN QUINCY GREEN March 23, 1862 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA, son of JOHN GREEN and MARY ?. He was born 1841, and died 1867 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA. She married (2) JASPER N. WRIGHT Abt. 1873. He was born Abt. 1843 in Indiana, USA.

Notes for MARTHA RUTH LEAVELL:
TIPTON CO. IN MARRIAGE RECORDS 1844-1870. Daughter of Benjamin & Frances Leavell, She was 6 in 1850 census, and she was called Ruth, 16, in 1860 census; John Q. died 1866; 1870 census she was widow; she remarried Jasper Wright 1 April 1873.

1880 - Cicero, Tipton, Indiana
Jasper Wright...37...m...farmer...IN, IN, IN
Martha Wright...36...f ...IN, TN, TN
May Wright...13...f...IN, IN, IN
Morey Wright...11...f...sickly...IN, IN, IN
Gilbert Wright...5...m ...IN, IN, IN
Butler Green...16...m...IN, IN, IN
Mandy Green...14...f...IN, IN, IN

Notes for JOHN QUINCY GREEN:
Martha R. Leavell married John Q. Green of Tipton, they having two children, Benjamin B. and Maude. Benjamin is married and lives in West Elwood. Maude married r.B.Vernon of Tipton Co., then removed to Union Co., Ind. Where she died in 1908, her family still residing there so far as I know. John Q. Green died in 1806, Martha R. remaining a widow until 1873 when she was married to Jasper N. Wright of Tipton co., and to this union was born two children: Gilbert and Jesse, both being farmers and living in Tipton Co., Indiana. Martha R. is now deceased, she dying in Elwood in 1899 and is buried at Elwood.

Children of MARTHA LEAVELL and JOHN GREEN are:
.....i.....BENJAMIN BUTLER GREEN, d. July 12, 1924; m. MARY OLIVE LAMM, February 08, 1890; b. March 23, 1870; d. May 03, 1954, Elwood, Madison, Indiana, USA. Notes for BENJAMIN BUTLER GREEN: committed suicide
1301.....ii.....MAUDE GREEN, b. November 13, 1865, Tipton County, Indiana, USA; d. June 21, 1908, Union County, Indiana, USA.

Children of MARTHA LEAVELL and JASPER WRIGHT are:
1302.....iii.....GILBERT WRIGHT, b. 2 September 1874, Tipton County, Indiana, USA; died April 1964 Indiana.
.....iv.....JESSE WRIGHT, born September 1881 Tipton County, Indiana..

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Madison, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: T624_382; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 0191; Image: 746; FHL Number: 1374395.
Jess E Wright...28...IN, IN, IN...married 2 years...farmer, general
Alice M Wright...20...KY, KY, KY...married 2 years...1 child, 1 living
Ruth Wright...1...IN, IN, IN

WORLD WAR I DRAFT REGISTRATION CARD
Name: Jesse E Wright
County: Tipton
State: Indiana
Birth Date: 28 Nov 1881
self-employed farmer
relative: Alice Wright, same address
Race: White
medium height, stout, brown eyes, light hair
signed by Leander Goodwin
FHL Roll Number: 1653200

Source Citation: Year: 1920; Census Place: Madison, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: T625_466; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 202; Image: 465.
Jesse E Wright...39...IN, IN, IN...farmer, general
Alice Wright...30...IN, KY, KY
Sarah R Wright...10...IN, IN, IN
Grace Wright...8...IN, IN, IN

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Duck Creek, Madison, Indiana; Roll: 605; Page: 6A; Image: 639.0; Family History Library Film: 2340340
Jesse Wright...48...IN, IN, IN...farmer
Alice M Wright...40...IN, KY, KY
Grace Wright...18...IN, IN, IN...mill worker, lamp factory

WORLD WAR II DRAFT REGISTRATION
Name:Jesse Wright (no middle initial)
Birth Date: 28 Nov 1881
Birth Place: Tipton, Indiana
Residence: Duck Creek, Elwood, Madison, Indiana
Race: White
self-employed
no phone
Mrs. Allice M. Wright, same address

SOCIAL SECURITY DEATH INDEX
Name: Jesse Wright
SSN: 317-54-2135
Last Residence: 46989 Upland, Grant, Indiana, United States of America
Born: 28 Nov 1881
Died: Jan 1968
State (Year) SSN issued: Indiana (1966)

640. LOSADA JANE LEAVELL (BENJAMIN, ROBERT, JOHN, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born August 1846 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA. She married CLINTON H. HOBBS January 11, 1866, son of LEVI HOBBS and CYNTHIA BOWLES. He was born December 20, 1843 in Tipton, Tipton, Indiana, USA.

Notes for LOSADA JANE LEAVELL:
....."Losada Jane Leavell married Clinton Hobbs of Tipton, Indiana and they are the parents of five living children besides some being now deceased. Those living are; Nellie; Thomas P.; Melvin W; Minnie, and Guy. Nellie married Alva Foster, they living in West Elwood where they own property. They have no property. Thomas B. is a railroad man and is [illegible] on the L.B.& W.R.R., is married and lives in Tipton where he owns [illegible] home. He married Margaret Ford of Hobbs, Ind. and [illegible] children, Mary; Howard, [illegible] Tipton where he has been in [illegible] several years, is married and has four children, namely; William S., Cynthia J., Melvin Jr.; and Sarah Frances.
.....Melvin married Francis H. Simpson of Danville, Indiana and owns a good farm in Adams Co. besides his other interests. Minnie married Jack Glick of Tipton Co., they residing on their own farm of 160 acres across near Curtisville, Ind., and are the parents of two children. Guy is a graduate of the Indiana Medical College and is now practicing medicine in Indianapolis, Indiana. He is married and has one child a boy named Clinton." [per 1915 history; see link on website]

Leavell, Losada Jane 4-18-1893 IN, Tipton Co. Losada and husband Clinton Hobbs had son Clinton who died 14 y. 8m.

1880 Census Place Cicero, Tipton, Indiana ; Family History Library Film...1254315... NA Film Number...T9-0315
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
C. H. Hobbs...Self...M...Male...W...36...IN...Farmer...OH...OH
N. J. Hobbs...Wife...M...Female...W...33...IN...Keeping House...OH...OH
Nella Hobbs...Dau...S...Female...W...12...IN......IN...IN
Minnie Hobbs...Dau...S...Female...W...9...IN......IN...IN
Thomas Hobbs...Son...S...Male...W...7...IN......IN...IN
Melvin Hobbs...Son...S...Male...W...5...IN......IN...IN
Jessie Hobbs...Son...S...Male...W...2...IN......IN...IN

1900 - Cicero, Tipton, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Cicero, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: T623 406; Page: 13A; Enumeration District: 119.
Clinton Hobbs...56...Dec 1843...IN, VA, OH...farmer ...married 23
Jane L Hobbs...53...Aug 1846...IN, KY, TN...9 children, 5 living
Guy F Hobbs...14...Sept 1885...IN, IN, IN...farm laborer
Benjamin Thornburg...80...Feb 1820...TN, VA, VA...uncle

1910 - Cicero, Tipton, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Cicero, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: T624_382; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 180; Image: 468
Clinton H Hobbs...66...IN, VA, OH...married 44 years...farmer
Losada j Hobbs...63...IN, KY, TN...9 children, 5 living
Guy F Hobbs...24...IN, IN, IN
Cecil E Click...16...KY, KY, KY...servant

1920 - Tipton Ward 3, Tipton, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Tipton Ward 3, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: T625_466; Page: 3B; Enumeration District: 196; Image: 339
Lovada Jane Hobbs...43...IN, KY, TN...widowed...
Racheal Smith...68...IN, IN, KY...roomer

1930 - Cicero, Tipton, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Cicero, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: 631; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 5; Image: 126.0.
Jane Hobbs...83...IN, KY, TN...widowed...farmer, dairy farm
Alva W Foster...65...IN, IN, IN...son-in-law...married at 24...operator, poultry plant
Nellie Foster...62...IN, IN, IN...dau...married at 20

Very impressive and lengthly obituary and picture available online in The Tipton IN Tribune 1/8/1932 @ tiptonpl.lib.in.us
Decribed as 'one of God's noble women'.
Another great article describing her as 'A Grand Old Lady' describing the celebration of her 78th birthday is also in the Tipton Tribune paper 8/14/1924.

Notes for CLINTON H. HOBBS:
"John P. Hobbs was a soldier in the war of the rebellion and lost a limb in the battle of Chicamauga, Tenn. Clinton H. Hobbs was also a soldier in the same war. "

Clinton was a first cousin to John.

Biography of Clinton Howard HOBBS from Part I, History Section of Tipton County, Indiana History, 1914, by Marvin W. Pershing.
Clinton H. Hobbs
....Agriculture has been an honored vocation from the earliest ages and as a usual thing men of honorable and humane impulses, as well as those of energy and thrift, have been patrons of husbandry. The free, outdoor life of the farm has a decided tendency to foster and develop that independence of mind and self-reliance which characterize true manhood and no greater blessing can befall a boy than to be reared in close touch with nature in the healthful, life-inspiring labor of the fields. It has always been the fruitful field from which have sprung the moral bone and sinew of the country, and the majority of our nation's scholars and distinguished men of letters were born on the farm and are indebted to its early influence for the distinction which they have attained.
....Clinton H. Hobbs, retired farmer in Madison township, was born in Tipton county, Indiana, December 20, 1843, the son of Levi and Cynthia (Bowles) Hobbs. His father was a native of Virginia, while his mother was a native of Ohio. They were the parents of ten children, seven of whom grew to manhood and womanhood: Iby L. deceased, who was the wife of John W. Cook, Elmina, wife of Eli Houser, of Madison township; Clinton H., of Tipton; Martin M., of Hobbs Station; Miranda J., who died in childhood; William B., of Tipton; Ann Eliza, deceased, who was the wife of Jeremiah Ressler; and Preston L., of Hobbs Station, a merchant. The father of the subject of this sketch was reared in Virginia on a farm, and came to Indiana in 1837. For a short time he followed the profession of teaching, and taught several terms in Marion and Tipton counties. Being of a thrifty turn of mind, he saved his money and invested in land, until at the time of his death in 1863, at the age of fifty-six, he owned seventy acres of land in Tipton. His wife died on May 25, 1892, at the advanced age of seventy-six. He and his wife were both loyal supporters of the Methodist Episcopal church and contributed liberally of their substance to its support.
....The paternal grandparents of the subject were Absalom and Susan Hobbs, both being natives of Virginia and lived in Lee county, that state, where they died at middle age. He was a farmer and was twice married. To the first union there were born eight children, Job, Absalom, William, Henry, Levi, John, Rebecca and Mary. His second wife was a Miss Olinger, and they also reared a large family of children, Jacob B., Vincent, Clinton, Caleb, Joshua, David C., and Peggy Ann.
....The maternal grandfather was William Bowles and his wife was Anna Martin. They came from Ohio to Indiana many years before the Civil war and settled in Marion county. Later they moved to Huntington county, where they both died. He was a mechanic, a wood workman and also operated a farm. They raised a large family, John, Henry, Llewellyn, William, Cinthia, Martha, Jane, Sophronia, Mary, Ann and Charlotte.
....Clinton H. Hobbs was born and reared in Tipton county, and has spent his entire life, of more that three score and ten, in the county where he was born. He was reared under the paternal roof and received all his education in the old-fashioned subscription schools. His father was his first teacher. He lived at home until he was grown, working on his father's farm until his marriage, after which he rented a farm in Madison township, his father-in-law's farm, and operated this tract of land for three years, then moved back to his father's farm, buying the interest of some of the heirs. After operating this farm for a number of years, he bought a farm in Cicero township of forty acres, to which he added eighty acres more, making one hundred and twenty acres in all. He still owns this farm, for which he has been offered two hundred dollars per acre. He can remember when any farm land in this locality could be bought for ten dollars per acre, or even less. He moved into Tipton on the 8th day of March, 1911, and ownes a fine resident at No. 433 North Independence street, where he and his wife are now living a retired life.
....On January 11, 1866, Mr. Hobbs was united in marriage to Losada Jane Leavell, the daughter of Benjamin and Frances (Thornburg) Leavell. Nine children have been born to this union: Nellie A., Minnie M., Thomas B., Melvin W., Jesse T. and Guy Fulton, and three who died in infancy. Nellie A. married Alva Foster, and they live in Madison township; Minnie married J. R. Click, and they also live in Madison township and have two children, Leah and John H.; Thomas B. married Margaret Ford, and lives in Tipton. They have two living children, Mary Jane and Anna V.; Melvin W. married Frances Simpson, and they reside in Tipton, and are the parents of three children, William S., Cynthia I. and Melvin W.; Jesse T. died at the age of fifteen; Guy Fulton, who is a practicing physician in Indianapolis, married Gertrude Neville.
....Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Hobbs belong to the Methodist Episcopal church and have always been loyal members of that denomination. Fraternally, he is a member of Austin Lodge No. 128, Free and Accepted Masons. He was a soldier in the Civil war, belonging to Company C., One Hundred and First Regiment Indiana Volunteer Infantry, and served about eight months, being discharged on account of disability. He belongs to the James Price Post, Grand Army of the Republic. Politically, he is a supporter of the Republican party, but has never held any public office, though he was road supervisor of his township for two terms.
....Mrs. Hobbs was born in Madison township, Tipton county, Indiana, on August 13, 1846. Her father was a native of Kentucky and her mother of Tennessee, and were early settlers of Tipton. Her father died in 1869 and her mother in 1894. They were the parents of seven children, John W., Martha R., Losada J., Nancy V., Sarah E., Mary E. and Josephine.
.....The paternal grandfather of Mrs. Hobbs was Robert Leavell and his wife's maiden name was Sarah Leavell, they being second cousins and natives of Kentucky. They raised a family of several children, James, Ezekiel, Benjamin, Caroline, Sarah, Melinda, Nancy, Elizabeth and Mary.
....The maternal grandparents of Mrs. Hobbs were William and Martha (Bradshaw) Thornburg, natives of Tennessee. Their children were John, Benjamin, William, Frances, Mary Ann, Melinda and Betsy. The parents of both Mr. and Mrs. Hobbs were among the oldest pioneer families of the county. They used to haul their grain to Lafayette in what was then known as old "schooner" wagons, wagons which were near relatives to the old "Conestoga" wagons of the East. Their nearest market was Lafayette at this time, and all produce had to be hauled there for sale.
....The success attained by Mr. Hobbs in his business affairs has been greatly owing to his steady persistence, strict integrity and excellent judgement, qualities which have also won for him the esteem and confidence of the public to a marked degree. Personally, he is a man of quiet and unassuming disposition, though genial and friendly in his relations to others, and he has for many years enjoyed a wide acquaintance and large prese throughout Tipton county.
Children of LOSADA LEAVELL and CLINTON HOBBS are:
.....i.....CLINTON HOBBS. died 14 y. 8m.
.....ii.....NELLIE A. HOBBS, b. Abt. 1868, Tipton County, Indiana, USA; d. Elwood, Madison, Indiana, USA; m. ALVA W. FOSTER; b. Abt. 1865, Indiana, USA; d. Elwood, Madison, Indiana, USA.
1303.....iii.....MINNIE M. HOBBS, b. Abt. 1871, Indiana, USA; d. Tipton County, Indiana, USA.
1304.....iv.....THOMAS B. HOBBS, b. November 1872, Tipton County, Indiana, USA.
1305.....v.....MELVIN WESLEY HOBBS, b. May 01, 1875, Cicero, Tipton, Indiana, USA.
.....vi.....JESSE TILLMAN HOBBS, b. August 08, 1878, Tipton, Tipton, Indiana, USA; d. April 18, 1893, Tipton, Tipton, Indiana, USA. died at age 14.
1306.....vii.....DOCTOR GUY FULTON HOBBS, b. September 1885.

641. NANCY VIOLA LEAVELL (BENJAMIN, ROBERT, JOHN, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born October 15, 1848, and died 1918 in Elwood, Madison, Indiana, USA. She married JOHN HOBBS December 11, 1867 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA, son of ABSOLOM HOBBS and MARY JONES. He was born October 24, 1843 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA, and died May 18, 1925.

Notes for NANCY VIOLA LEAVELL:
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
John Hobbs...Self...M...Male...W...36...IN...Farmer...VA...VA
Nancy V. Hobbs...Wife...M...Female...W...31...IN...Keeping House...KY...TN
Orlen O. Hobbs...Son...S...Male...W...11...IN...Works On Farm...IN...IN
Nettie V. Hobbs...Dau...S...Female...W...9...IN......IN...IN
Mary M. Hobbs...Dau...S...Female...W...7...IN......IN...IN
Benjamin A. Hobbs...Son...S...Male...W...4...IN......IN...IN
Perry M. Hobbs...Son...S...Male...W...1...IN......IN...IN
Jordon W. Scott...Other...S...Male...W...24...IN...Works On Farm...---...---
Source Information:
1880 Census Place Madison, Tipton, Indiana
Family History Library Film 1254315 NA Film Number T9-0315 Page Number 154A

".....Nancy V. Leavell married John P. Hobbs of Tipton Co. and they are the parents of six children besides some that are deceased. Those living are Nettie; Maude; Benjamin A.; Morton; Fred H.; and Chalmers. Nettie married Oscar Gilchrist and now lives in Oklahoma they having no family.
.....Maude married Charles Stewart of Elwood and they live on their farm five mile north of Elwood and it is well improved. Benjamin A. is married and lives on his fathers farm in Tipton Co. near New Lancaster, and they are the parents of five children. Morton is married, has two children and lives on a farm north of Elwood. Fred B. is also married, has one son and lives in Oklahoma. Chalmers is still at home and is book keeper in one of the principal banks of Elwood, Indiana.
.....John P. Hobbs was a soldier in the war of the rebellion and lost a limb in the battle of Chicamauga, Tenn. Clinton H. Hobbs was also a soldier in the same war. Sarah B. Leavell married Thomas V. Bates, being a soldier during the same war and is now deceased. They were the parents of severl children, all of them dying young except two daughters, Ora and Mabel. Ora married a man by the name of Thomas, they being the parents of two children and now libe in Marion, Ind. Mabel married William Walls and they live in Elwood where they own their own home. Josephine Leavell, the youngest of the family married W.S.Robinson of Randolph Co., Ind., they are living in Elwood, Indiana where they own their own home. They are the parents of two children, Frank and another son who died when a child. Frank is married and lives in Elwood. Mary H. Leavell married Lemuel [illegible] of Tipton Co., and they are the parents of a large family, but all are deceased except four, namely: Fannie; Oliver; Omer; and Mary. Fannie married Jacob Queer of Hamilton Co., and they have one daughter, Hazel, she being married, and all now live in Colorado (Denver). Olive married married l.L. Cook of Tipton Co., Ind. and they are the parents of two sons, Donald and Luton. Their home is in Elwood, Indiana and L.L. Cook is in the grain business. Omer Darrow lives on his fathers farm near the village of New Lancaster, is married and has three children, two boys and one daughter. Lemuel Darrow now lives in Elwood, Indiana."--[per 1915 history elsewhere on this website]

John P. Hobbs was a soldier in the war of the rebellion and lost a limb in the battle of Chicamauga, Tenn. Member of Methodist Episcopal church. Nicknamed "Pegleg."

John P. HOBBS (1843-1925), Tipton Co, IN
Posted by Jeff Harmon on Tue, 05 Jan 1999
Surname: HOBBS, LEAVELL, JONES, GILCHRIST, STEWART
BIOGRAPHY of John P. HOBBS (1843-1925) of Tipton County, Indiana, great grandson of Vincent HOBBS.
From The Tipton Daily Tribune, Tuesday October 30, 1923:
VETERAN's BIRTHDAY
John Hobbs, Madison Township, 80 Years Old.
One of Many Union Soldiers Who Knew Libby Prison Horrors.
.....John Hobbs, veteran of the civil war, and a lifetime resident of Madison township in Tipton county, reached his 80th milestone last Wednesday, and the event was appropriately celebrated Sunday with a delicious birthday dinner prepared by his daughter, Mrs. Charles Stewart, at her home north of Elwood.
.....A very large birthday cake, with eighty candles in red, white and blue, formed the centerpiece for the beautifully laid dining table. In deference to Mr. Hobbs' war record, the patriotic colors were used effectively in decorating the home for the occasion. The guests were his children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren, and it was an occasion much enjoyed by Mr. Hobbs.
.....Mr. Hobbs was the seventh child in a family of ten children born to Absalom and Mary (Jones) Hobbs, of Virginia, and he was born Oct. 24, 1843, in Madison township. His parents immigrated to Indiana in 1837, being among the earlier settlers of the state. They located near Indianapolis, but a year later moved to Tipton county, locating in Madison township. They built the first frame house in the county.
.....The ten children were all reared here. The father was a shoemaker by trade, and made all the shoes for the family, while the mother wove the flax and wool for their clothing. The father acquired a large land acreage, and at his death gave to each of his children eighty acres of land.
.....In August, 1861, when he was 18 years of age, John Hobbs enlisted in Co. B of the 39th Ind. Vol. for service for his country, his regiment being assigned to the Army of the Cumberland. The late Thomas Cook, of New Lancaster, enlisted at the same time and in the same company. Mr. Hobbs saw actual service in the battlefields and was taken prisoned (sic). He was sent to Libby prison at Richmond, was paroled and later was exchanged and returned to his regiment at Murfreesboro, Tenn. Sept. 16th, 1863, at the first day's battle of Chickamauga, he was wounded in the leg, and later amputation was necessary. He received his honorable discharge June 22nd, 1864.
.....Upon returning home he spent two years at school and then began farming. He continued to farm notwithstanding his handicap, and was rewarded by enjoying in later years one of the best improved farms in the county.
.....In 1867 he was united in marriage to Miss Nancy E. Leavell, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Leavell, of New Lancaster. Seven children were born to their union: Orlando, deceased; Mrs. Nettie Gilchrist and Frederick Hobbs, of Elwood; Mrs. Maude Stewart, north of Elwood; Benjamin Hobbs, of New Lancaster; Perry Morton Hobbs, of Tipton; and Chalmer Hobbs, of Hobbs. These children, with their children and grandchildren, were all present at the anniversary dinner.
.....Mr. and Mrs. Hobbs moved from the farm to Elwood, and resided there for a few years, Mrs. Hobbs dying there in 1918. Since her death, Mr. Hobbs has made his home with his children. He is in very good health and active for one of his years.

Anderson Daily Bulletin
29 Jan 1918 - Anderson, Indiana
MRS. NANCY HOBBS
Life of Good Woman Came to End Saturday Evening
.....Mrs. Nancy B. Hobbs, aged 69, wife of John Hobbs, died at the home at1906 C Street Saturday evening at 6:30 o'clock, of stomach trouble, after a few days illness.
.....Mrs. Hobbs was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Leavell and was born in Tipton county, October 15, 1849. She was married in November, 1867, to John Hobbs. Seven children were born , those surviving being Mrs. Oscar Gilchrist, Mrs. Charles Stewart, Benjamin and Morton Hobbs of this locality, and Fred Hobbs, of Oklahoma.
.....She was one of the beloved women of the community and the bereaved family has the sympathy of a wide circle of friends.
.....The funeral services will be conducted at the Christian church, Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, by Rev. Drake, of New Lancaster, assisted by Rev. Robert Sellers. The internment will follow in the Cook cemetery.

Name: Nancy B. (Leavell) Hobbs
Date of Birth: 10/15/1849
Date of Death: 3/16/1918
Age: 69
Source Date: 3/18/1918
Source Page: 1
Source(s): Elwood Call-Leader

3/19/1918 ELWOOD CALL-LEADER
BURIAL AT NEW LANCASTER
.....The funeral of Mrs. Nancy Hobbs was conducted at the East Main street Christian church this afternoon at 2 o'clock by Rev. Drake, Christian minister, at New Lancaster, assisted by Rev. Sellers. There were many friends in attendance from the community in which she formerly lived and a large party met the funeral cortege at the Cook cemetery where the burial took place.

Children of NANCY LEAVELL and JOHN HOBBS are:
.....i.....ORLANDO OSCAR HOBBS, b. October 08, 1868.
.....ii.....NETTIE V. HOBBS, b. December 03, 1870; d. Oklahoma; m. OSCAR GILCHRIST; d. Oklahoma. Notes for NETTIE V. HOBBS: "Nettie married Oscar Gilchrist and now lives in Oklahoma they having no family." --per 1915 Leavell history elsewhere on this website.
.....iii.....MARY MAUDE HOBBS, b. June 15, 1873; d. Elwood, Madison, Indiana; m. CHARLES STEWART; b. Elwood, Madison County, Indiana. "Maude married Charles Stewart of Elwood and they live on their farm five mile north of Elwood and it is well improved."--per 1915 Leavell family history elsewhere on this site
.....iv.....BENJAMIN ABSOLOM HOBBS, b. February 29, 1876; d. Tipton County, Indiana. Ntes for BENJAMIN ABSOLOM HOBBS: "Benjamin A. is married and lives on his fathers farm in Tipton Co. near New Lancaster, and they are the parents of five children."--per 1915 Leavell family history elsewhere on this website
.....v.....PERRY MORTON HOBBS, b. 1879; m. CENA E. GARD; b. September 01, 1879; d. June 24, 1944. Notes for PERRY MORTON HOBBS: "Morton is married, has two children and lives on a farm north of Elwood."--per 1915 history elsewhere on this website. .....vi.....FREDERICK B. HOBBS, b. February 22, 1881; d. Oklahoma. Notes for FREDERICK B. HOBBS: Fred B. is also married, has one son and lives in Oklahoma."--per 1915 history elsewhere on this site.
.....vii.....CHALMERS LEAVELL HOBBS, b. November 25, 1890; d. March 18, 1960; m. OPAL REDMOND; b. August 23, 1891; d. February 23, 1973. "Chalmers is still at home and is book keeper in one of the principal banks of Elwood, Indiana."--per 1915 Leavell family history

642. SARAH E. LEAVELL (BENJAMIN, ROBERT, JOHN, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born January 1852 in Indiana, USA. She married THOMAS B. BATES November 08, 1872 in Cicero Township, Tipton, Indiana, USA. He was born January 1846 in Ohio, USA.

Notes for SARAH E. LEAVELL:
"Sarah B. Leavell married Thomas V. Bates, being a soldier during the same war and is now deceased. They were the parents of severl children, all of them dying young except two daughters, Ora and Mabel. Ora married a man by the name of Thomas, they being the parents of two children and now live in Marion, Ind. Mabel married William Walls and they live in Elwood where they own their own home. "--per 1915 Leavell family history on this website.

1880 - Cicero, Tipton, Indiana
Thomas Bates...32...OH, Unknown, Unknown
Sarah A. Bates...28...IN, Unknown, Unknown
Frank E. Bates...4M...female...dau...IN
John Elliott ...14...helps with farm...IN

1900 - Jefferson, Tipton, Indiana
Thomas B Bates...54...Jan 1846...OH, NJ, NJ...farmer
Sarah A Bates...48...Jan 1852...IN, KY, IN
Ora L Bates...12...September 1887...IN
Mabel C Bates...9...June 1890...IN

Author: Charles Blanchard, Editor (1883)
.....THOMAS B. BATES is a native of Butler County, Ohio, where he was born January 17, 1846. In his early childhood his parents removed to Henry County, Ind., where he grew to manhood. In August, 1863, he enlisted in the Twenty-third Indiana Battery. He served in Burnside's campaign, Sherman's campaign to Atlanta, and Thomas' campaign to Columbus, Franklin and Nashville against Hood. He was honorably discharged July 3, 1865, and returned to Henry County, where for a time he engaged in farming. On November 8, 1872, he was married to Miss Sarah E. Leavell, in Tipton County, and immediately thereafter removed to Tipton, this county, where he engaged in farming. In 1875, he was appointed Superintendent of the County Farm, which position he held for eight years. He owns 140 acres of fine land in Section 15, of which seventy acres are under cultivation, and the remainder is timbered land, well set in blue grass. His cultivated land is drained by 1,050 rods of tile ditching, which has a fine outlet in a large open ditch. His farm is well stocked with cattle, hogs, etc., and particularly worthy of mention are twenty-five fine cows. In the spring of 1883, at the request of the citizens of Tipton, he started a dairy, and every morning and evening supplies said citizens with the best milk obtainable from thoroughbred cows. Mr. Bates is a Democrat, and takes an active part in political affairs. In the campaign of 1880, he was Chairman of the Democratic County Central, Committee. He was again chosen in 1882, but owing to the urgency of his business matters he could not serve. He is a member of both the Masons and Odd Fellows.
Additional Comments:
Extracted from:
COUNTIES OF HOWARD AND TIPTON, INDIANA. HISTORICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL. ILLUSTRATED.
CHARLES BLANCHARD. EDITOR.
CHICAGO: F. A. BATTEY & CO.
1883.
File at: http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/in/tipton/bios/bates958gbs.txt

Notes for THOMAS B. BATES:
Civil War vet.
See Blanchard,COUNTIES OF HOWARD AND TIPTON IN (1883), pp. 267-8

Children of SARAH LEAVELL and THOMAS BATES are:
.....i.....ORA L. BATES, b. September 1887, Tipton County, Indiana, USA; d. Marion, Grant, Indiana, USA; m. ? THOMAS.
.....ii.....MABEL C. BATES, b. June 1890, Tipton County, Indiana, USA; m. WILLIAM WALLS; b. Elwood, Madison, Indiana, USA.

643. MARY ELIZABETH LEAVELL (BENJAMIN, ROBERT, JOHN, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born May 1856 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA, and died August 17, 1919, buried in Elwood Cemetery, Elwood, Madison, Indiana. She married LEMUEL DARROW March 04, 1873, son of ZADOCK DARROW and CYNTHIA BROWN. He was born December 03, 1852 in Indiana, USA, and died October 15, 1940.

Notes for MARY ELIZABETH LEAVELL:
" Mary H. Leavell married Lemuel [illegible] of Tipton Co., and they are the parents of a large family, but all are deceased except four, namely: Fannie; Oliver; Omer; and Mary. Fannie married Jacob Queer of Hamilton Co., and they have one daughter, Hazel, she being married, and all now live in Colorado (Denver). Olive married married l.L. Cook of Tipton Co., Ind. and they are the parents of two sons, Donald and Luton. Their home is in Elwood, Indiana and L.L. Cook is in the grain business. Omer Darrow lives on his fathers fatm near the village of New Lancaster, is married and has three children, two boys and one daughter. Lemuel Darrow now lives in Elwood, Indiana."--per 1915 Leavell history

Another source: http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/w/o/o/Mark-E-Wooton/ODT6-0012.html

1880 Census Place Madison, Tipton, Indiana
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Lemuel Darrow...Self...M...Male...W...27...IN...Farmer...IN...IN
Mary E. Darrow...Wife...M...Female...W...24...IN...Keeping House...IN...IN
Fannie Darrow...Dau...S...Female...W...6...IN......IN...IN
Ollie Darrow...Dau...S...Female...W...2...IN......IN...IN
Fannie Cottingham...MotherinL...W...Female...W...58...IN......VA...VA

Family History Library Film...1254315... NA Film Number...T9-0315... Page Number...146A

1910 census - Madison, Tipton County, Indiana
Lemuel Darrow...57...IN, CT, NC...general farmer
Mary E Darrow...53...IN, IN, IN
Mary L Darrow 9...IN, IN, IN

1920 census - Elwood Ward 3, Madison, Indiana
Lemuel Darrow...67...IN, IN, IN
...Mary Darrow...18...IN, IN, IN

1930 census - Elwood, Madison County, Indiana
Darrow, Lemuel...77...lodger in hotel...IN, CT, SC

ELWOOD CALL-LEADER 8/18/1919
MRS. LEM DARROW PASSES TO REST
Long Suffering of Much Loved Elwood Woman Terminated Sunday Afternoon
HUSBAND HOSPITAL PATIENT
....Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Darrow, 63, died at her home at 661 South A Street Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mrs. Darrow has been an invalid for a long time and recently grew considerably worse, a professional nurse being called to assist in caring for her. She suffered with rheumatism and a complication of ailments.
.....Her husband, Lemuel Darrow, former treasurer of Tipton county, has been in the hospital in Indianapolis for several months past and has submitted to three surgical operations without securing relief from his ailment.
Removed From New Lancaster
.....This excellent family for a number of years resided in the New Lancaster neighborhood, near which place Mrs. Darrow was born. They removed to this city to spend the remainder of their years and have been among the city's most respected residents.
.....Mr. and Mrs. Darrow were married March 4, 1873 and ten children were born to their union, of whom four are living. They are Mrs. Fannie Quear, of Denver, Colo.; Mrs. Olive Cook, of this city; Omar E. Darrow of New Lancaster; and Mary Darrow, at home.
.....She is survived by one brother and four sisters, John Leavell, of this city; Mrs. Jane Hobbs, of Tipton; Mrs. Sarah E. Bates, of Anderson; and Mrs. Josephine Robertson, of Eldorado, Kansas.
.....The funeral arrangements will be announced later, the arrival of her daughter, Mrs. Quear of Denver, being awaited. A message has been received saying she has started for Elwood and is expected to arrive tomorrow.

Children of MARY LEAVELL and LEMUEL DARROW are:
.....i.....CLIFFORD DARROW, died in infancy.
.....ii.....JOSIE DARROW, born May 13, 1873, died Aug. 16, 1879, both in New Lancaster, Tipton, Indiana, USA; buried row 22, grave 8 in New Lancaster Cemetery.
.....iii.....PEARL DARROW, born 09 Sep 1879 and d. 15 Jan 1881, both in New Lancaster, Tipton, Indiana, USA. Buried in New Lancaster Cemetery, row 22, grave 7.
.....iv.....WAYNE DARROW, d. In infancy.
1307.....v......FANNIE LEE DARROW, b. December 21, 1873, Indiana, USA; d. Denver, Colorado, USA.
1308.....vi.....OLIVE DARROW, b. November 03, 1877; d. 1965, Elwood, Madison, Indiana.
1309.....vii.....OMAR E. DARROW, b. October 29, 1882, Indiana, USA; d. 1963, Tipton County, Indiana.
.....viii.....NOLA VICTOR DARROW, b. December 08, 1884; d. April 20, 1900.
.....ix.....GOLDIE JINSIE DARROW, b. October 27, 1889; d. August 06, 1896.
.....x.....MARY L. DARROW, b. March 26, 1901; d. 1990, Mansfield, Richland, Ohio, USA; m. ROY MITCHELL.

644. JOSEPHINE C. LEAVELL (BENJAMIN, ROBERT, JOHN, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born August 1859 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA. She married WINFIELD SCOTT ROBERTSON April 15, 1878 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA, son of WILLIAM ROBERTSON and JANE HUNT. He was born February 1852 in Randolph County, Indiana, USA.

Notes for JOSEPHINE C. LEAVELL:
"Josephine Leavell, the youngest of the family married W. S. Robinson of Randolph Co., Ind., they are living in Elwood, Indiana where they own their own home. They are the parents of two children, Frank and another son who died when a child. Frank is married and lives in Elwood. "--per 1915 Leavell history

Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Winfield S. Robertson... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 29 ... IN ... Real Estate Dealer ... KY ... KY
Josephine Robertson... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 20 ... IN ... House Wife ... IN ... IN
William F. Robertson... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 1 ... IN ... ... --- ... ---
1880...Census Place...Huntsville, Randolph, Indiana
Family History Library Film ...1254307...NA Film Number ...T9-0307...Page Number ...242B

1900 census for Pipe Creek, Madison, Indiana
Winfield S. Robertson...Feb 1852...48...married 22 yrs. ...IN, KY, KY...tin plater
Josephine Robertson...Aug 1859...40...IN, IN, TN...2 children, 1 living
William Robertson...June 1859...21...IN...hardware salesman
eight boarders listed
Title: 1900 Federal Census, Pipe Creek Twp., Madison Co., IN
Page: Pg 183, DW 97, FN 102
Text: 1408 S. C Street

1910 census for Elwood Ward 2, Madison, IN
Scott Robertson...58...married 32 years...IN, US, US
Josephine Robertson...50...2 children, 1 living...IN, US, US

1920 census for Eldorado Ward 3, Butler, Kansas
Winfield S. Robertson...68...IN...KY...KY...bookkeeper, hay barn
Josephine Robertson...60...IN...WVA...TN

Child of JOSEPHINE LEAVELL and WINFIELD ROBERTSON is:
1310.....i.....WILLIAM FRANK ROBERTSON, b. June 1879, Indiana, USA.

645. MARGARET ELLEN LEAVELL (EZEKIEL, ROBERT, JOHN, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born Abt. 1838 per the census with her parents, and allegedly died 1864. She married MILES KEEVER December 31, 1859 in Wayne County, Indiana, USA, son of JOSEPH KEEVER and CATHARINE TURNPAW. He was born April 1845 in Wayne County, Indiana, USA, and died June 11, 1918 in Muncie, Delaware, Indiana, USA. Wasn't she awfully old to be marrying Miles?

Notes for MARGARET ELLEN LEAVELL:
Um, how can she be the mother of Levi and Franklin if she died in 1864? Are they even two people--is it one, Franklin Levi Keever?

Supposedly, he first married Ellen Martin and had six children by her before this marriage--impossible, if he was born in 1841! Also, Franklin was born after Margaret's death date!

Keever data mainly from Neil Keever The WING Family Tree at http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/14384693/person/242570191?ssrc= says Miles married Margaret Lamb Leavell on 7 June 1868 in Wayne County, Indiana, and yet has her dying the traditional 1864! It then has him marrying Ellen Ramey 7 June 1868, and Ellen Martin 7 June 1869! Her marriage to Miles is also noted in the convoluted Leavell history here at http://littlecalamity.tripod.com/Genealogy/Elwood_Leavell.html

Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Dalton, Wayne, Indiana; Roll M653_308; Page: 294; Image: 298.
Catherine Kerver...55
William Kerver...21
Abraham Kerver...17
Joseph Kerver...4
Miles Keever...19
Margaret Keever...21...IN

1880...Census Place...Jefferson, Wayne, Indiana. Family History Library Film ...1254321 ...NA Film Number ...T9-0321...Page Number ...99B Miles Keever... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 38 ... IN ... Farmer ... OH ... NJ
Ellen Keever... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 25 ... IN ... Keeping House ... IN ... IN
Grant Keever... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 11 ... IN ... ... IN ... IN
Allie Keever... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 10 ... IN ... ... IN ... IN
Bertha Keever... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 8 ... IN ... ... IN ... IN
Louie Keever... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 5 ... IN ... ... IN ... IN
Ottie Keever... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 3 ... IN ... ... IN ... IN
Roscoe Keever... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 1 ... IN ... ... IN ... IN

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Center, Delaware, Indiana; Roll T623_367; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 33.
Miles Keever...55...Apr 1845...IN, OH, NJ...day laborer
Ellen Keever...43...Nov 1856...IN, IN, IN...6 children, 5 living...married 31 years

INDIANA DEATHS
Name: Miles Keever
Date: 11 Jun 1918
Location: Muncie
Age: 78 yr
Gender: Male
Race: White
Source Location: City Health Office, Muncie
Source Notes: The source of this record is the book CH-10 on page 59 within the series produced by the Indiana Works Progress Administration.

In Beech Grove Cemetery, Muncie, Delaware, IN is a shared tombstone for Miles Keever (1840--1918) and wife Ellen, born 1850, died 1918. I have no idea where Margaret is buried.

Children of MARGARET LEAVELL and MILES KEEVER are:
.....i.....LEVI KEEVER, b. Abt. 1870.
.....ii.....FRANKLIN L. KEEVER, b. January 06, 1870; d. April 12, 1895, Randolph County, Indiana, USA. Notes for FRANKLIN L. KEEVER: From History of Randolph Co., In., Franklin L. Keever, Co E, 36th Ind.died 4-12-1895. 25 yrs 3 mo. 25 days, buried Fairview Cemetery.

646. JOHN HENRY LEAVELL (EZEKIEL, ROBERT, JOHN, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born Abt. 1840 in Indiana, USA, and died April 16, 1918 in Jefferson, Montgomery, Ohio, USA. He married (1) CHARLOTTE WALTZ March 21, 1863 in Wayne County, Indiana, USA, daughter of PETER WALTZ and SARAH LUCE. She was born 07 Aug 1846 in Wayne County, Indiana, USA, and died there 27 Sep 1880, buried in Brick Church Cemetery, Hagerstown, Wayne, IN. He married (2) MARY J. HOOVER December 21, 1881 in Wayne County, Indiana. She was born 1850 in Indiana, and died 1928. She married DANIEL HAY in Henry County, IN, on 21 November 1868, and he died in 1878. John, Mary Jane, and Daniel are all buried in Chicago Corner Baptist Cemetery, Liberty Twp., Henry, Indiana, and share a tombstone.

Notes for JOHN HENRY LEAVELL:
Note: Enlisted in Co. E, 56th Reg, Indiana Volunteer Infantry, Sept 1861 for 3 years. Was in the Battles of Pittsburg Landing, Stone River and Chicamauge: also with Sherman in campaign from Chattanooga to Atlanta. Discharged at expiration of term. Now a miller, he resides with Perter Waltz, Clay township. (Taked from Wayne Co., Indiana "Citizens Directory 1865") Residence: 1916, Wayne Co., Indiana.

Marriage Book H, page 377

Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Jefferson, Wayne, Indiana; Roll M593_370; Page: 439; Image: 401.
John H Level...29...IN...farmer...$400
Charlotte Level...24...IN...keeps house
Leora Bell Level...6...IN

1880 Census Place Spiceland, Henry, Indiana
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
John H. Leavell...Self...M...Male...W...39...IN...Farmer...IN...IN
Charlott Leavell...Wife...M...Female...W...32...IN...Keeping House...PA...IN
Leora B. Leavell...Dau...S...Female...W...16...IN......IN...IN
Sarah E. Leavell...Dau...S...Female...W...8...IN......IN...IN
William F. Leavell...Son...S...Male...W...6...IN......IN...IN
Gertrude Leavell...Dau...S...Female...W...4...IN......IN...IN

The Hagerstown (IN) Exponent, Wednesday, September 9, 1880
Mrs. Leavell, wife of John Leavell, died yesterday and was buried to-day at the German Baptist Church.

1900 - Jefferson, Wayne, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Jefferson, Wayne, Indiana; Roll: T623 412; Page: 12A; Enumeration District: 150.
John H Leavell...59...Jan 1841...IN, KY, IN...married 16...farm laborer
Mary J Leavell...57...Feb 1843...IN, PA, IN...4 children, 3 living...married 16

http://www.lambsite.com/Waltz/thebook/book02.htm
6 Charlotta Waltz.*
……….6 John Henry Leavel, Jasper, Jasper Co., Mo.
..……….7 Leora Belle Leavel, Spiceland, Henry Co., Ind
..……….7 John P. Mitchell, Spiceland, Henry Co., Ind
..……….7 Sarah E. Leavel, Jasper, Jasper Co., Mo.
..……….7 William F. Leavel, Jasper, Jasper Co., Mo.
..……….7 Gertrude Leavel, Jasper, Jasper Co., Mo.

John married a second time; no children by her.
Wayne County, Indiana
Index to Marriage Record 1860 - 1920 Inclusive Volume 2 Letters H to Q Inclusive
W. P. A. Original Record Located: County Clerk's Office Richkond Compiled by Indiana Work Projects Administration 1941
County: Wayne
Name: Mary Jane Hay
Spouse: John Henry Leavell
Marriage Date: 21 Dec 1881
Book: C- N
Original Source Page: 273

Name: John H. Leavell
Titles:
Death date: 16 Apr 1918
Death place: Jefferson, Montgomery, Ohio
Birth date: 1840
Estimated birth year:
Birthplace:
Age at death: 77 years
Gender: Male
Marital status: Widowed
Race or color: American
Street address:
Occupation:
Residence:
Burial date: 16 Apr 1918
Burial place: Hagerstown, Ind.
Cemetery name:
Spouse's name:
Father's name:
Father's titles:
Father's birthplace:
Mother's name:
Mother's titles:
Mother's birthplace:
GSU film number: 1984349
Digital GS number: 4021791
Image number: 781
Reference number: fn 27076
Collection: Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

He Spent 3 years in 36th Indiana Volunteers in Civil War. Is he the Levell mentioned in this letter?

.....My name is Linda Bohrer Anderson. I have in my hand a copy of a letter written by Zene C. Bohrer from the battlefield the final day of the Battle of Stones River. I believe this man to have been a brother of my great-great grandfather, George E. Bohrer, whose family was living in Dallas County at the time of the Civil War. I have always been haunted by the closing: "...I subscribe myself, perhaps for the last time..." and am curious to learn if he survived the war, as we have no other family references to this person.
.....Zene's mother (we think), Catherine Bohrer Thornburg(h), emigrated to Dallas County from Wayne County, Indiana, in 1856 with several, or all, of her 8 children by Mr. ______ Bohrer. We don't know if Zene fought with a regiment from Iowa or if he stayed behind in Indiana and fought with them.
.....I am hoping that you will be able to tell me, from his description of the battle and his inclusion of many names from his regiment, which regiment he fought with and, possibly, whether or not he survived the war.
.....The copy of the letter that I have was typed on a letterhead of Z. C. Thornburg, Superintendent, Polk County Public Schools, Des Moines, Iowa, .........190_. Zenas C. Thornburg's father, Thomas K. Thornburg(h), is thought to have been a half brother to Zene C. Bohrer, who wrote the letter. At the very least, I hope you will find the letter interesting in your research of the Civil War era.
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Battle Field. (at dark)
January, 3, 1863
My Dear Brother:-
.....Amid the roaring of the cannon and the thrilling sound of musketry, the cries and shrieks of the wounded, I attempt to drop you a few lines briefly. This is the fifth day, and would be pleased to give you a full detail of the whole affair.
.....The heaviest was on the 31st, and on the 2nd of January. Early on the morning of the 31st, the enemy began the attack upon our right flank, and by 9 A. M. we were all in line. The 10th brigade were on the left of Gen. Reanson's Division; the 30th and 6th Ohio, in front. The enemy drove Reanson, Sill and Thomas, back, and came upon us before we were aware of it. They came upon us through a thicket and we could not see them until they were within 20 yards of our Regiment. We saw them and supposed them to be Reanson's men, as many were dressed in U. S. overcoats, consequently we were ordered not to fire upon our own men, when they (the Rebels) hallowed out "Don't fire on your own men", they then opened fire, and a most terrific fire was poured upon us. We gave them three heavy volleys, and then were forced to retreat or fall back.
.....They were nearly around us, and would have captured all of us had we remained two minutes longer. They came up in two distinct columns of at least three divisions each or about nine regiments deep. Our men fell thick and fast when they opened upon us. All our three acting field officers had their horses shot from under them. Maj. Kinley, wounded; Capt. Shultz, killed; Leut. Smith and Leut. Bryan, Co. G, wounded; Thos. Kent, killed; Privates Haynes, Ed Taylor, B. J. Weaver, L. B. Morris, Ike Keeny and Grove, Sargt. Ed Parkinson, Sargt. John R. Irwin, Corp. J. H. Levell, Albert Fritz, B. J. Hornaday, Geo. Gebhart, D. H. Paul, and J. E. Wood were missing, either killed or taken prisoners.
.....All of the above were members of my company. The regiment was completely cut to pieces. Our loss in this desperate strife was nearly one hundred killed, wounded or missing. I attempted to rally my men just after we left the woods, but failed. I made the second attempt as we crossed the pike and succeeded in rallying 35 men with the colors, and then joined the 6th Ohio, and fought with them all day. The enemy still came out and made a desperate charge across the open cotton field, and our artillery played upon them nicely mowing them down by companies, and platoons. They came up within 30 yards of our batteries, but could not stand it longer and fell back. We opened upon them, and followed up their retreat driving them one mile and taking a brigade of prisoners. They lost hundreds. Time forbids giving you more at present, but will speak of three days battle as being very heavy and terrific on both sides.
.....The 4th day, yesterday, at 3:30 P.M. they attempted and made another charge upon our left flank. They came up in three distinct columns. Hardee's corps drove our men in at least one half mile. Still they came on and drove us back, killing and wounding many, yet we played upon them the best we could, and at 4:30 we gained a good position, and then the tide changed. They were driven back and we advanced at a double quick, and opening our batteries on their retreating columns which were now all broken, and they lay strewn o'er the field by thousands. Had it been earlier in the day we would have taken Murfesboro. We took five pieces of artillery. A dead rebel was found who had three stars upon his coat collar. I don't know his rank but suppose a Maj. Gen. Our loss was heavy, and we have not yet got all our wounded off the field and cannot get the wounded rebels off for three days. Dead and wounded lay thick for two miles square.
.....I have not yet seen Rufe since the first. He is all O.K. In the last tide, Tom Benbo received a slight wound in the hand. He is with me however. I have some as brave boys as ever breathed. Gen Parsons was struck with a spent ball. Capt. B. wounded in the heel. Billy P. all O.K. Jack W. and Joe B., Marion street. Joe Shuck all O.K. A small piece of shell or ball passed through my pants but never brought the red. I want you to come down. Don't fail. It will pay you. We had but little fighting today. Penn G., all O.K. Dave Ferry, wounded; Henry Collins, all O.K. Don't fail to come. No more.
.....With love to all, I subscribe myself, perhaps for the last time.
As ever,
Zene C. Bohrer.
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Please let me know what sense you can make of this. I hope it is of some value to you.
Contributed by: Linda B. Anderson

Sources include:
http://www.hcgs.net/chicagocorner.html
"The WALTZ Family History and Genealogical Record, in Family Classification Comprising Upward of 3000 Names of Lineal Descendants of Frederick Reinhart Waltz" by COL Lee WALTZ (RIN=5006), 1884.
LOCATION: Spiceland, Henry County, Missouri

Children of JOHN LEAVELL and CHARLOTTA WALTZ are:
.....i.....JOHN LEAVELL, b. Abt. 1864, Wayne County, Indiana, USA.
.....ii.....LEORA BELLE LEAVELL, b. 22 Dec 1863, Spiceland, Henry, Indiana, USA; d. 06 Apr 1948 San Bernardino County, California; m. JOHN P. MITCHELL, December 22, 1881, Henry County, Indiana, USA. No children.

Notes for LEORA BELLE LEAVELL:
Groom's name: John P Mitchell
Bride's name: Leora B Leavell
Marriage license date: 22 Dec 1881
Marriage county: Henry
Marriage date: 22 Dec 1881
Marriage place: , Henry,
Official's name:
Record number: 2351
Film number: 1887510
Digital GS number: 4171279
Image number: 00637
Number of images: 1
Collection: Indiana Marriages 1811-1959

They moved to California.

.....iii.....LAWRENCE LEAVELL, b. July 03, 1866, Wayne County, Indiana, USA; d. 1868, Wayne County, Indiana, USA. Burial: Brick Church Cemetery, Nettle Creek Church of the Brethren, Wayne County, IN
1311.....iv.....SARAH ELIZABETH LEAVELL, b. April 02, 1871, Spiceland, Henry, Indiana, USA; d. June 11, 1913, Wayne County, Indiana, USA.
1312.....v.....WILLIAM FRANKLIN LEAVELL, b. October 11, 1873, Spiceland, Henry, Indiana, USA.
1313.....vi.....GERTRUDE LEAVELL, b. March 1876, Indiana, USA.
.....vii.....CHARLOTTE LEAVELL, b. Abt. 1879, Wayne County, Indiana, USA; d. 1880, Wayne County, Indiana, USA. Burial: Brick Church Cemetery, Nettle Creek Church of the Brethren, Wayne County, Indiana.

647. LORINDA JANE LEAVELL (EZEKIEL, ROBERT, JOHN, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born December 1842 in Indiana, USA, and died in Kansas?. She married DAVID ZOOK September 27, 1861 in Wayne County, Indiana, USA, son of ISAAC ZOOK and SUSANNAH HOOVER. He was born July 11, 1840 in Indiana, USA, and died June 06, 1926 in Sumner County, Kansas.

Notes for LORINDA JANE LEAVELL:
1880 ...Census Place...Jefferson, Wayne, Indiana; Family History Library Film ...1254321; NA Film Number ...T9-0321; Page Number ...82B
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
David Zook... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 39 ... IN ... Miller ... PA ... PA
Jane Zook... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 37 ... IN ... Keeping House ... IN ... IN
Henry D. Zook... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 17 ... IN ... Works On Farm ... IN ... IN
Belle Zook... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 15 ... IN ... At Home ... IN ... IN
Franklin Zook... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 11 ... IN ... At School ... IN ... IN
Ira Evans... Other ... S ... Male ... W ... 21 ... IN ... Miller'S Apprentice ... IN ... PA

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Ryan, Sumner, Kansas; Roll T623_502; Page: 3B; Enumeration District: 341.
David Zook...59...July 1840...IN, PA, PA...farmer
Jane Zook...51...Dec 1842...IN, TN, TN...mother of 3, 3 living...married 39 years
Jesse Hoffman...24...KY, KY, VA...boarder...widowed...day laborer
Jacob A Hoffman...9...OK, KY, IN
Ozro Baldwin...25...IN, IN, IN...boarder...day laborer
Ross C Freeman...34...IN, IN, IN...boarder...day laborer

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Ryan, Sumner, Kansas; Roll T625_553; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 183; Image: 562.
David Zook...79...IN, PA, PA...widowed...owns home...can read/write...job: none

Source Information:
Ancestry.com.. Kansas State Census Collection, 1855-1925 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2009.
Wellington, Sumner, Kansas, 1925, family number 125, line 18, roll KS1925_157
Ben F Zook,,,56,,, IN, from IN to KS...undertaker
Lola A Zook,,,28,,,KS...city clerk...wife
David Zook,,,84,,,IN, from IN to KS...father

Children of LORINDA LEAVELL and DAVID ZOOK are:
1314.....i.....HENRY DEXTER ZOOK, b. August 02, 1862, Indiana, USA; d. November 10, 1954, Stanislaus County, California.
.....ii.....BELLE ZOOK, b. Abt. 1865.
1315.....iii.....BENJAMIN FRANKLIN ZOOK, b. March 1869, Indiana, USA.

648. THOMAS JEFFERSON LEAVELL (EZEKIEL, ROBERT, JOHN, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born June 1850 in Wayne County, Indiana, USA, and died June 1880. He married ELLEN KEEVER December 21, 1879 in Wayne County, Indiana, USA, daughter of ANDREW KEEVER and MARY FLEMING. She was born March 1859 in Wayne County, Indiana, USA.

Notes for THOMAS JEFFERSON LEAVELL:
Thomas died six months after the wedding. (Um, that means Daisy must not be his child....) The DOW FAMILY TREE at http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/26288863/person/12242005201?ssrc= says he died 17 Feb 1890 in Wayne County, Indiana, and is buried in Brick Cemetery, Wayne County, IN.

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Dalton, Wayne, Indiana; Roll: T623 412; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 141.
Jackson Keever...67...Dec 1842...IN, OH, NJ...married 45 years...farmer
Mary E Keever...63...Feb 1837...PA, PA, PA...wife
Mary E Keever...28...Apr 1872...IN, IN, PA...dau...school teacher
Daisy Leavell...18...Nov 1882...granddau
Fabian Adelsperger...16...Feb 1884...IN, IN, IN...boarder...farm laborer
Ella Leavell...41...Mar 1859...IN, IN, PA...widowed...servant

Source Citation: Year: 1940; Census Place: Hagerstown, Wayne, Indiana; Roll: T627_1108; Page: 18B; Enumeration District: 89-18. Address: 398 S. Plum St.
Ella Leavell …81...IN...widowed...5th grade education...owns home worth $1200
Daisy Fox…58...IN...single...1 yr. college...Pay Clerical Roll Dept...income: $876
Mary Katherine Fox …22...IN...4 yrs. high school...granddau

MEMOIRS OF WAYNE COUNTY AND THE CITY OF RICHMOND, INDIANA; from the earliest historical times down to the present, including a genealogical and biographical record of representative families in Wayne County" Vol. 2, page 445-6
Moses Keever, one of the prominent agriculturists of Jefferson township, was born in Wayne county, Indiana, Jan. 25, 1870. His father, Jackson Keever, was born in Wayne county, and the grandfather, Joseph Keever, was the father of ten children: Malinda married John Brooks, Seneca married Phoebe Waltz, Moses was the third and Jackson was the fourth in order of birth, Joseph died in 1844, William married Anna Bales, Margaret married Alahlon Beeson, Miles married Margaret Lamb and after her death Ellen Martin, Abram married Mary Jackson, and Mary J. married Warren Lowrey. The father, Jackson Keever, followed agricultural pursuits all his active career, lie was domestic in his tastes and lumest and honorable in all the relations of life, lie was a prominent Democrat and his religious faith was expressed by membership in the United Brethren church, lie married Miss Mary E. Fleming, daughter of David ami Lucy (McMurray) Fleming, of Wayne county, and of this union were horn seven children: Marcus, who is a mechanic in New Castle, married Martha Mahoney; Ella is the widow of Jefferson Leavell and has a daughter, Daisy, who is a graduate of the Hagerstown High School and has for many years devoted her time and attention to leaching; Katy died in childhood; Granville, a mechanic at Muncie, lnd., married Minnie Abbott and the)' have a daughter, Eva; William died in childhood; Moses is the next in order of birth; and Elizabeth is the wife of Harrison V. Brown, of Muncie, lnd., and they have a son, Robert. She graduated in the Hagerstown High School in 1893 and devoted several years to teaching, in the meantime graduating in the State Normal School.

Child of THOMAS LEAVELL and ELLEN KEEVER is:
1316.....i.....DAISY FOREST LEAVELL, b. November 13, 1882.

649. WILLIAM MARION LEAVELL (EZEKIEL, ROBERT, JOHN, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born December 1853 in Wayne County, Indiana, USA, and died November 1942 in Hagerstown, Wayne, Indiana, USA. He married PAULINE DEARDORFF February 03, 1883 in Wayne County, Indiana, USA, daughter of PETER DEARDORFF and ROSINA ULRICH. She was born April 08, 1863 in Hagerstown, Wayne, Indiana, USA, and died September 1952 in Hagerstown, Wayne, Indiana, USA.

Notes for WILLIAM MARION LEAVELL:
Is this he?
Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Dalton, Wayne, Indiana; Roll: T9_321; Family History Film: 1254321; Page: 72.4000; Enumeration District: 57; Image: 0693.
John W. Macy...38...IN, TN, TN...farmer
Luella Macy...23...IN, NY, OH
Henry B. Macy...2...IN, IN, IN
Frank Macy...6M...IN, IN, IN
William Level...24...IN, OH, IN...hired hand

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Pipe Creek, Madison, Indiana; Roll T623_386; Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 104.
William Leavell...46...Dec 1853...IN, IN, IN...tin plater
Pauline Leavell...37...Apr 1863...IN, OH, IN
Perry Leavell...13...Dec 1886...IN, IN, IN...at school

Child of WILLIAM LEAVELL and PAULINE DEARDORFF is:
.....i.....PERRY M. LEAVELL, b. December 19, 1885, Indiana, USA; d. July 30, 1904, Indiana, USA.

650. SARAH FRANCES LEAVELL (EZEKIEL, ROBERT, JOHN, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born June 29, 1861 in Liberty Township, Henry, Indiana, USA, and died December 07, 1926 in Millville, Henry, Indiana, USA. She married ISAAC LEWIS December 20, 1882 in Wayne, Henry, Indiana, USA, son of NATHANIEL LEWIS and NANCY ZOOK. He was born February 21, 1859 in Hamilton, Henry, Indiana, USA, and died February 08, 1923 in Liberty Township, Henry, Indiana, USA.

Notes for SARAH FRANCES LEAVELL:
Buried in Wayne County, Indiana?

Sources include http://www.werelate.org/wiki/Family:Isaac_Lewis_and_Sarah_Leavell_(1)

Children of SARAH LEAVELL and ISAAC LEWIS are:
1317.....i.....IDA MAY LEWIS, b. Abt. 1882, Henry County, Indiana, USA; d. Abt. 1957, Henry County, Indiana, USA.
.....ii.....CLARENCE LEWIS, b. November 01, 1883, Jefferson Township, Wayne, Indiana, USA; d. July 03, 1916, Pottersville, Tulare Township, California, USA; m. ADDIE WISE, December 18, 1909, Henry County, Indiana, USA; b. Abt. 1891, Henry County, Indiana, USA; d. Abt. 1930, Henry County, Indiana, USA.
1318.....iii.....DESSA LEWIS, b. April 07, 1896, Jasper, Jasper Township, Missouri, USA; d. September 25, 1969, Tampa, Hillsborough, Florida, USA.

651. ERASMUS DARWIN LEAVELL (EZEKIEL, ROBERT, JOHN, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born June 07, 1857 in Newcastle, Henry, Indiana, USA, and died August 14, 1942 in Kansas City, Missouri, USA. He married (1) VIOLA B. MACY August 22, 1880 in Henry County, Indiana, USA, daughter of WILLIAM MACY and NANCY HOWREN. She was born Abt. 1861 in Henry County, Indiana, USA, and died Bet. 1880 - 1883 in Henry County, Indiana, USA. He married (2) LAURA B. WEEKS May 20, 1883 in Henry County, Indiana, USA, daughter of ALFRED WEEKS and EMILY ?. She was born Abt. 1860 in Indiana, USA. He married (3) MAHALA CATHERINE HARVEY August 24, 1886, daughter of WILLIAM HARVEY and HANNAH WINE. She was born October 07, 1866 in South English, Keokuk, Iowa, USA, and died May 23, 1949.

Notes for ERASMUS DARWIN LEAVELL:
Sources include:
http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/s/a/w/Philip-R-Sawyer/tree1.html,
Melanie Ferguson at mlferguson at houston.rr.com

Source: Robert Burlingame
http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=rburlingame&id=I3264
Indiana Births, 1880-1920
Name: Level
Father: Darwin
Mother: L. Weeks
County: Henry
Gender: M
Birth Date: 23 Mar 1884
Reference: Henry County Indiana
Book: CSS-1
Page: 115
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Indiana Marriages, 1845-1920
Title: Index to Marriage Record 1850 - 1920 Inclusive Volune 2 Letters L to Z Inclusive
Spouse 1: Darwin Leavell
Spouse 2: Laura A Ratliff
Marriage Date: 20 May 1883
County: Henry
Book: CC7
Original Source Page: 119
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Indiana Marriages, 1845-1920
Spouse 1: Erasmus D Leavell
Spouse 2: Olie B Macy
Marriage Date: 22 Aug 1880
County: Henry
Book: CC6
Original Source Page: 373
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1900; Census Place: Preston, Jasper, Missouri; Roll: T623 867; Page: 4B; Enumeration District: 65.
Residence 77
Erastmus Leavell, head, male, white, Jun 1856, 43, married 14 years, born Indiana, father Illinois, mother Illinois, Farmer
Mahala Leavell, wife, white, female, Oct 1866, 33, married 14 years, 5 children 4 alive, born Iowa, father Ohio, mother Virginia
Mamie Leavell, daughter, white, female, Mar 1884, 16, single, born Indiana, father Indiana, mothr Indiana
Harry F Leavell, son, white, male, Feb 1888, 12, single, born Missouri, fahter Ind, mother Iowa
Omer D Leavell, son, white, male, Oct 1890, 9, same
Evert R Leavell, son, white, male, Nov 1893, 6, same
Alice L Leavell, daughter, white, female, Nove 1895, 4, same

1910 census Jackson, McPherson, KS
E. D. Leavell...52...married 24 years...IN...IN...IN
Kate Leavell...43...Iowa...VA...OH
Harry Leavell...22...MO
Omer Leavell...19...MO
Everett Leavell...16...MO
Alice Leavell...14...MO
Pearl Leavell...9...MO

1920 Star, Coffey, Kansas
Darwin Leavell...62...IN...KY...IN...general farm
Kate Leavell...53...Iowa...VA...OH

1930 Star, Coffey, Kansas
E. Darwin Leavell...72...married at 29...IN...KY...IN
Katherine Leavell...63...married at 20...Iowa...VA...OH

Notes for LAURA B. WEEKS:
1880; Census Place: Greensboro, Henry, Indiana;
Roll: T9_284; Family History Film: 1254284; Page: 119C; Enumeration District: 7; Image: 0240.
REsidence 167
Alfred Weeks, white, male, 52, Harness maker, born Indiana, father North Carolina, mother North Carolina
Emily Weeks, white, female, 52, wife, born North Carolina, father NC mother NC
Hattie Heeks, white female, 14, daughter, born Indiana, fahter Ind, mother NC
Charlie Ratliff, white, male, 25, servant, harness maker, born, Indiana, father Indiana, mother Virginia

Child of ERASMUS LEAVELL and LAURA WEEKS is:
.....i.....MAMIE LEAVELL, b. March 23, 1884, Henry County, Indiana, USA.

Notes for MAMIE LEAVELL:
A Mamie Level on 24 Nov 1910 in Golden City, Barton, Missouri married Charles Edward Wyatt, who was born in Peoria, Peoria, Illinois on 13 Sep 1881 and died 13 Dec 1953. Could this be our Mamie Leavell? A pedigree chart at familysearch.org gives her birthdate as "before 1885." Sounds like a hit! Charles was the son of Joseph Wrock Wyatt and Annie Nell Hite.

But then there's also an marriage application from Shawnee County, KS for James B. BAKER of Topeka and Mamie LEVEL of Topeka dated 12 July 1911.

Children of ERASMUS LEAVELL and MAHALA HARVEY are:
1319.....ii.....FRANCIS HARRY LEAVELL, b. February 17, 1888, Jasper County, Missouri, USA; d. February 1966.
1320.....iii.....OMER DARWIN LEAVELL, b. October 08, 1890, Jasper County, Missouri, USA.
.....iv.....NOLA MAE LEAVELL, b. December 13, 1892, Missouri; d. January 24, 1893.
1321.....v.....EVERETT RUSSELL LEAVELL, b. November 14, 1893, Jasper County, Missouri, USA; d. Abt. April 1966, Kennewick, Benton, Washington, USA.
1322.....vi.....ALICE LOLA LEAVELL, b. November 05, 1895; d. September 1991, Kansas, USA.
1323.....vii.....PEARL HANNAH LEAVELL, b. March 08, 1901, Preston, Jasper, Missouri, USA.

652. LOREN L. LEAVELL (EZEKIEL, ROBERT, JOHN, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born November 1863 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA. He married INDIE PIERCE September 22, 1896 in Madison County, Indiana, USA. She was born April 21, 1865 in Indiana, USA.

Notes for LOREN L. LEAVELL:
Loren had farm near Middleton, Henry County, Indiana. Had two daughters. Marriage: Book C-6, page 260.

HENRY CO. IN
(ANDERSON HERALD Saturday APRIL 22, 1922) Mrs Eva Condo Painter, age 79, died at her home on Columbia Avenue early Friday morning. She was the widow of Sanford Painter, who died 9 years ago. Mr and Mrs Painter lost their only child in infantcy but were foster parents to L.L. Leavell and Mrs Sam Good and Roy Myers. Also survive her, a niece, Mrs Eva Tollefsen, who lived with her the last 10 years, a half brother, J.E. White and half sister, Mrs Rosa Tollefesen of Kearney Nebraska adn step borthers, David White of Coroan. Funeral will held Sunday at 2:00pm, at First MEthodist Episcopal Church, Rev. J.S. Newcombe the pastor in charge and interment at Miller.

(NEWS-FEBRUARY 21, 1913)
Sanford Marion Painter born near Middletown February 28, 1847, died February 14, 1913 age 65 yrs,11 mo,16 days, son of Samuel D Painter in a family of 8, 4 boys and 4 girls, D.M. Painter, Horace G;Mary Jane Groendyke, Mrs Julia Crittenbarger and Mrs W.C. Hess, all of Middletown, Mrs Perry Frazier, New Castle survive. He married Eva Condover August 14, 1869, 1 son died in infantcy. In the home established by Mr and Mrs Painter, 3 childern were given the affection and care of a father and mother; L.L Leavell, Mrs Sam Good nee Alice Myers and Roy Myers.

1880 census Fall Creek, Henry, Indiana. Family History Library Film ...1254284, NA Film Number ...T9-0284, Page Number ...56A
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Sanford M. Painter... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 32 ... IN ... Farming ... VA ... VA
Eva A. Painter... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 25 ... PRUSSIA ... Keeping House ... PRUSSIA ... PRUSSIA
Loring Level... Other ... S ... Male ... W ... 16 ... IN ... Works On Farm ... --- ... ---

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Lafayette, Madison, Indiana; Roll: T623 386; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 94
L L Leavell...36...Nov 1863...IN, IN, VA...married 3 years...farmer
Inda Leavell...34...Apr 1866... IN, IN, IN...1 child, 1 living
Lucile Leavell...1...June 1898... IN, IN, IN

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Fall Creek, Henry, Indiana; Roll: T625_437; Page: 12B; Enumeration District: 59; Image: 642
Loren L Leavell...56...IN, IN, IN...general farmer
Inda Leavell...53...IN, IN, IN
Pauline Leavell...16...IN, IN, IN

1930 Fall Creek, Henry, Indiana
Loren L. Leavell...66...IN... $5600...married at 33...IN...US...US
Inda Leavell...64...married at 29...IN...OH...IN

Children of LOREN LEAVELL and INDIE PIERCE are:
.....i.....LUCILE LEAVELL, b. June 18, 1898, Henry County, Indiana, USA.

Notes for LUCILE LEAVELL:
Name: Leavell
Father: Loren
Mother: Inda Pierce
County: Henry
Gender: Female
Birth Date: 18 Jun 1898
Reference: Henry County Indiana
Index to Birth Records
1882 - 1920 Inclusive
Volume 1
A - J
Henry County Indiana
Index to Birth Records
1882 - 1920 Inclusive
Volume 2
K - Z
Book: CSS-5
Page: 43
.....ii.....GRACE PAULINE LEAVELL, b. February 14, 1903, Frankton, Madison, Indiana, USA; m. WALTER T. CLINE, March 22, 1924, Henry County, Indiana, USA; b. January 21, 1900, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA.
Notes for GRACE PAULINE LEAVELL:
Groom's name: Walter T Cline
Groom's race or color: White
Groom's birth date: 21 Jan 1900
Groom's birthplace: Indianapolis Indiana
Groom's residence: Indianapolis Indiana
Groom's number of marriages:
Groom's father's name: Sherman E Cline
Groom's mother's name: Martha Mclemmon
Bride's name: Grace Pauline Leavell
Bride's race or color: White
Bride's birth date: 14 Feb 1903
Bride's birthplace: Frankton Indiana
Bride's residence: Middletown Indiana
Bride's number of marriages:
Father of bride's name: Loren L Leavell
Mother of bride's name: Inda Pierce
Informant's name:
Marriage license date:
Marriage county: Henry
Marriage date: 22 Mar 1924
Marriage place: , Henry,
Official's name:
Record number: 1316
Film number: 1887602
Digital GS number: 4171284
Image number: 00700
Number of images: 1
Collection: Indiana Marriages 1811-1959
653. MONROE JACKSON (MALINDA LEAVELL, ROBERT, JOHN, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born January 1837 in Indiana, USA, and died Abt. 1916. He married OLIVE ANN ?. She was born March 1838 in Indiana, USA.

Notes for MONROE JACKSON:
1860 - Madison, Tipton, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Madison, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: M653_301; Page: 121; Image: 122
Monroe Jackson...23...IN...farmer...$2000 real estate...$400 personal
Olive A Jackson...21...IN
Viana a Jackson...6/12...IN

1870 - Madison, Tipton, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Madison, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: M593_363; Page: 531; Image: 184
Monroe Jackson 33...IN...farmer...$300 personal
Oliver A Jackson...32...IN
Lina L Jackson...11...IN

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: New Lancaster, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: T9_315; Family History Film: 1254315; Page: 144.1000; Enumeration District: 138; Image: 0289
Monroe Jackson...43...IN, KY, IN...farmer
Olive Ann Jackson...42...IN, VA, VA

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Pipe Creek, Madison, Indiana; Roll: T623 386; Page: 10B; Enumeration District: 101
Monroe Jackson...63...Jan 1837...married 41 years...IN, KY, KY
Olive A Jackson...62...Mrch 1838...IN, VA, VA

Child of MONROE JACKSON and OLIVE ? is:
.....i.....LINA L. JACKSON, b. Abt. 1860, Tipton County, Indiana, USA.

654. LOUISA JACKSON (MALINDA LEAVELL, ROBERT, JOHN, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born Abt. 1838, and died February 14, 1866 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA. She married WASHINGTON PENN GATES November 09, 1859 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA, son of URIAH GATES and MARTHA CHINN. He was born November 1833 in Indiana, USA, and died Abt. 1918 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA.

Notes for LOUISA JACKSON:
1860 - Tipton, Tipton, Indiana
Washington T Gates...26...IN...farmer...$500 property...$50 personal
Louisa Gates...22...IN
Ida Mai Gates...1...IN

1870 - Cicero, Tipton, Indiana
Washington Gates...36...farmer...$8000 property...$2500 personal...IN
Villa J. Gates...27...OH
Ida M. Gates...11...IN
May L. Gates...9...IN
Carter T. Gates...8...IN
Louisa J. Gates...4...IN

Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Washington P. Gates... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 46 ... IN ... Farmer ... OH ... KY
Aurelia J. Gates... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 36 ... OH ... Keeping House ... PA ... OH
Mary L. Gates... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 19 ... IN ... At School ... IN ... IN
Carter T. Gates... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 18 ... IN ... Works On Farm ... IN ... IN
Louisa J. Gates... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 14 ... IN ... At Home ... IN ... IN
Pen N Gates... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 5 ... IN ... ... IN ... OH
Joseph R. Gates... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 3 ... IN ... ... IN ... OH
John C. Gates... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 6M ... IN ... ... IN ... OH
1880...Census Place...Madison, Tipton, Indiana
...Family History Library Film ...1254315 ...NA Film Number ...T9-0315 ...Page Number ...154A

1900 Madison, Tipton County, Indiana
Warrington Gates...67...Nov. 18??...IN, OH, KY...farmer
Aurelia Gates...57...Feb 1843...OH
Joseph R Gates...23...Nov. 1876...IN...farm laborer
John C Gates...20...Dec 1879...IN...farm laborer
Henrietta Gates...18...April 1882...IN
Thomas A Gates...16...May 1884...IN

1910 Federal Census, Tipton, Tipton Co., IN
Gates, Washington P., head, 76... IN IN KY... married 43 years
Gates, Aurelia, wife, 67... OH OH OH 7/6
Gates Hattie M., daughter, 27... IN

Children of LOUISA JACKSON and WASHINGTON GATES are:
.....i.....IDA MAY GATES, b. November 16, 1858; d. April 08, 1932, Tipton, Tipton, Indiana; m. DAVID ALEXANDER MITCHELL, May 01, 1879.
.....ii.....MARY LEOTA GATES, b. October 22, 1860; d. Aft. April 08, 1932; m. REUBEN OVERMAN.
.....iii.....CARTER TORRENCE GATES, b. October 05, 1861; m. MARY COOPER.
.....iv.....LOUISA J. GATES, b. Abt. 1866; m. JOHN LONG.

655. LAFAYETTE JACKSON (MALINDA LEAVELL, ROBERT, JOHN, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born Abt. 1840 in Indiana, USA. He married AMANDA J. CARR February 10, 1869 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA. She was born Abt. 1847 in Virginia, USA.

Notes for LAFAYETTE JACKSON:
1880 ...Census Place...Madison, Tipton, Indiana, Family History Library Film ...1254315, NA Film Number ...T9-0315, ...Page Number ...160
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Lafayett Jackson... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 40 ... IN ... Farmer ... KY ... IN
Amanda J. Jackson... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 33 ... VA ... Keeping House ... VA ... VA
William A. Jackson... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 10 ... IN ... Works On Farm ... IN ... VA
Orice M. Jackson... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 7 ... IN ... ... IN ... VA
Malinda M. Jackson... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 1 ... IN ... ... IN ... IN
Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Madison, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: T623 406; Page: 10A; Enumeration District: 127
Lafayette Jackson...60...Apr 1846...IN, KY, IN...farmer...married 31 years
Amada J Jackson...53...Nov 1846...VA, VA, VA...3 children, 3 living
Oris E Jackson...27...Feb 1873...IN, IN, VA...son...farmer

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Madison, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: T624_382; Page: 13A; Enumeration District: 191; Image: 757
Lafayette Jackson...70...IN, KY, IN...widowed...farmer, own farm
next door to Orice and William Jackson on either side

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Madison, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: T625_466; Page: 3B; Enumeration District: 202; Image: 461
Laybette Jackson...79...IN, KY, IN...owns home...can read/write...widowed
still next door to Willie Jackson

Children of LAFAYETTE JACKSON and AMANDA CARR are:
.....i.....WILLIAM A. JACKSON, b. Abt. 1870, Tipton County, Indiana, USA; m. MARY BELLE ?; b. Abt. 1873, Indiana, USA.

Notes for WILLIAM A. JACKSON:
1910 - Madison, Tipton, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Madison, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: T624_382; Page: 13A; Enumeration District: 191; Image: 757
William A. Jackson...40...IN, IN, VA...M1...married 14 years...farmer
Belle M. Jackson...38...IN, IN, IN...2 kids, 2 living
Genna L. Jackson...11...IN, IN, IN...dau
Lela M. Jackson...1 1/12...IN, IN, IN...dau

1920 - Madison, Tipton, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Madison, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: T625_466; Page: 3B; Enumeration District: 202; Image: 461
Willie Jackson...49...IN, IN, IN...farmer, general farm
Mary B. Jackson...47...IN, IN, IN
Glenna Jackson...20...IN, IN, IN
Lena M. Jackson...10...IN, IN, IN

.....ii.....ORICE M. JACKSON, b. February 1873, Tipton County, Indiana, USA.
Notes for ORICE M. JACKSON:
1910 - Madison, Tipton, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Madison, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: T624_382; Page: 13A; Enumeration District: 191; Image: 757
Orice C. Jackson...31...M1...IN, IN, VA...married 6 years...farmer, own farm
Lelia V. Jackson...35...M1...IN, IN, IN...0 children
.....iii.....MALINDA M. JACKSON, b. Abt. 1879, Tipton County, Indiana, USA.

656. THOMAS J. JACKSON (MALINDA LEAVELL, ROBERT, JOHN, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born Abt. 1848 in Indiana, USA. He married (1) SARAH M. ?. She was born Abt. 1845 in Indiana, USA. He married (2) MARY J. ?.

Notes for THOMAS J. JACKSON:
1880 - Madison, Tipton, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Madison, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: T9_315; Family History Film: 1254315; Page: 160.1000; Enumeration District: 138; Image: 0321
Thomas J. Jackson...32...IN, KY, IN...farmer
Mary J. Jackson...27...IN, OH, IN
Marvill Jackson...8...IN, IN, IN
Frank A. Jackson...6...IN, IN, IN
Earnest Decker...5...IN, IN, IN...stepson

Children of THOMAS JACKSON and SARAH ? are:
.....i.....MERVIL JACKSON, b. Abt. 1872, Indiana, USA.
.....ii.....FRANK A. JACKSON, b. Abt. 1874, Indiana, USA.

657. ANDREW JACKSON (MALINDA LEAVELL, ROBERT, JOHN, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born October 1848 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA. He married SARAH V. ?. She was born January 1850 in Indiana, USA.

Notes for ANDREW JACKSON:
1880...Census Place...New Lancaster, Tipton, Indiana, Family History Library Film ...1254315, NA Film Number ...T9-0315, Page Number ...144A
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Andrew Jackson... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 32 ... IN ... Works On Farm ... KY ... IN
Sarah V. Jackson... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 29 ... IN ... Keeping House ... IN ... OH
Olin L. Jackson... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 8 ... IN ... ... IN ... IN
Marillus Jackson... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 6 ... IN ... ... IN ... IN

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Anderson, Madison, Indiana; Roll: T623 386; Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 87
Andrew Jackson...51...Oct 1848...IN, IN, IN...married 30 years...engineer station E.
B Sarah Jackson...50...Jan 1850...IN, VA, IN...5 children, 2 living
Minnie Hemitt...26...July 1873...boarder

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Anderson Ward 1, Madison, Indiana; Roll: T624_365; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 87; Image: 471
Andrew Jackson...62...IN, US, US...sweeper, street
Sarah B Jackson...60...IN...IN, VA, VA...6 children, 1 living
Alta Kittinger...26...IN, IN, IN...roomer
Guy Kittinger...28...IN, IN, IN...roomer

Children of ANDREW JACKSON and SARAH ? are:
.....i.....OLIN L. JACKSON, b. Abt. 1872.
.....ii.....MARILLUS JACKSON, b. Abt. 1874.

658. SAREPTA L. JACKSON (MALINDA LEAVELL, ROBERT, JOHN, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born December 1859 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA. She married ELY WARNER February 12, 1879 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA. He was born August 1855 in Indiana, USA.

Notes for SAREPTA L. JACKSON:
Source Citation: Title: Tipton County, Indiana, Marriages 1870-1905 Bk. 4: 1870-1877 Bk. 5: 1877-1, Compiled by Ruth M. Slevin; Book: 5;Page: 117.

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Madison, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: T623 406; Page: 10A; Enumeration District: 128
Ely Warner...44...Aug 1855...OH, OH, OH
Sarepta Warner...40...Dec 1859...IN, KY, VA
Jesse Warner...20...Dec 1879...IN, OH, IN...son
Clyde Warner...17...Aug 1882...IN, OH, IN...son
Claude Warner...17...Aug 1882...IN, OH, IN...son
Hazel Warner...12...Mar 1888...IN, OH, IN...dau
Lizzie Warner...3...Nov 1896...IN, OH, IN...dau

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Elwood Ward 3, Madison, Indiana; Roll: T624_365; Page: 8A; Enumeration District: 123; Image: 294
Serepta L Warner...50...IN, KY, IN...M1...6 children living...washerwoman
Claud E Warner...29...IN, IN, IN...son...rat warden
Elizabeth B Warner...13...IN, IN, IN...dau
Harold E Warner...9...IN, IN, IN...son
Lorence Jackson...53...IN, IN, IN...brother...opener, tin plate factory

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Elwood Ward 1, Madison, Indiana; Roll: T625_449; Page: 6B; Enumeration District: 131; Image: 370
Serepta Warner...60...IN, KY, IN...widow...rents home...can read/write
Towrence Jackson...42...IN, KY, KY...brother...laborer, A.S.&T.P.C.
Elizabeth Petters...23...IN, IN, IN...dau...married
Farrel May Petters...3 8/12...IN, IN, IN...granddau
Donnie Dean Petters...1/12...IN, IN, IN...grandson

Children of SAREPTA JACKSON and ELY WARNER are:
.....i.....JESSE E. WARNER, b. December 1879, Madison, Tipton, Indiana, USA; m. CARRIE M. ?

Notes for JESSE E. WARNER:
1930 - Pipe Creek, Madison, Indiana
Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Pipe Creek, Madison, Indiana; Roll: 606; Page: 15A; Enumeration District: 55; Image: 122.0
Jesse E Warner...49...IN, OH, IN...laborer
Carrie M Warner...47...IN, IN, IN
1324.....ii.....CLYDE WARNER, b. August 1882, Madison, Tipton, Indiana, USA.
1325.....iii.....CLAUDE CASSIUS WARNER, b. August 15, 1882, Madison, Tipton, Indiana, USA.
.....iv.....HAZEL WARNER, b. March 1888, Madison, Tipton, Indiana, USA.
.....v.....ELIZABETH B. WARNER, b. November 1896, Madison, Tipton, Indiana, USA.
.....vi.....HAROLD E. WARNER, b. Abt. 1901, Madison, Tipton, Indiana, USA.

659. FRANCIS MARION JACKSON (SARAH LEAVELL, ROBERT, JOHN, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born April 09, 1842 in Indiana, USA, and died Abt. 1930 in Elwood, Madison, Indiana, USA. He married MARY JANE DELLINGER November 14, 1866 in Tipton County, Indiana, USA. She was born March 1847 in Wayne County, Indiana, USA, and died Abt. 1917 in Elwood, Madison, Indiana, USA.

Notes for FRANCIS MARION JACKSON:
He had a son who went to Howard Co. IN, was in 39th Regiment in Civil War under John Leavell, and died in train about 1875 in Missouri.

Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Pipe Creek, Madison, Indiana; Roll M593_336; Page: 230; Image: 462.
Marion Jackson...27...IN...$1500 real estate...$1000 personal...farmer
Mary Jackson...22...IN...keeping house
Malinda Jackson...2...IN
Faireleanor Jackson...1...IN

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Grass, Spencer, Indiana; Roll T9_312; Family History Film: 1254312; Page: 195.4000; Enumeration District: 180; Image: 0155.
Marion Jackson...40...IN, KY, KY...minister
Mary Jackson...39...IN, PA, OH
Elvira Jackson...16...IN, IN, IN
Eddie Jackson...12...IN, IN, IN

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Madison, Tipton, Indiana; Roll T623_406; Page: 6B; Enumeration District: 128.
Marion Jackson...58...Dec 1841...IN, NC, IN...farmer
Jane Jackson...53...Mar 1847... IN, VA, IN...
Torrence Jackson...13...Apr 1887...son...at school
Dessie Johnson...19...Jul 1880...dau...
Elbert Johnson...21...Nov 1878...son in law...farm laborer
William Beeler...45...IN, IN, IN...servant...farm laborer

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Madison, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: T624_382; Page: 12A; Enumeration District: 192; Image: 783
Leeson Jackson...23...IN, IN, IN...married 5 years...farmer
Berna Jackson...21...IN, IN, IN...one child, one living
F M Jackson...69...IN, IN, IN ...father...retired
Mary J Jackson...63...IN, IN, IN...mother
Mary Jackson...2...IN, IN, IN
Harley Honer...17...IN, IN, IN...servant...farm laborer

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Madison, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: T625_466; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 203; Image: 484.
Leeson Jackson...32...IN, IN, IN...farmer
Zena Jackson...30...IN, IN, IN
Marry E Jackson...12...IN, IN, IN...dau
Francis M Jackson...78...IN, NC, IN...widower

Children of FRANCIS JACKSON and MARY DELLINGER are:
.....i.....MALINDA JACKSON, b. Abt. 1868, Pipe Creek, Madison, Indiana, USA.
.....ii.....FAIRELEANOR JACKSON, b. Abt. 1869, Pipe Creek, Madison, Indiana, USA.
.....iii.....JANE JACKSON, b. Abt. 1870, Pipe Creek, Madison, Indiana, USA.
1326.....iv.....DAISY JACKSON, b. December 1872, Pipe Creek, Madison, Indiana, USA; d. Abt. 1949.
.....v.....MADERIA JACKSON, b. Abt. 1873, Pipe Creek, Madison, Indiana, USA.
.....vi.....HORTENSIE JACKSON, b. Abt. 1876, Pipe Creek, Madison, Indiana, USA.
1327.....vii.....DESSIE JACKSON, b. July 10, 1880, Tipton County, Indiana, USA.
.....viii.....LEESON TORRANCE JACKSON, b. April 09, 1887, Tipton County, Indiana, USA; d. Abt. 1949, Madison, Tipton, Indiana, USA; m. ZENA MCGINNIS, Abt. 1905, Tipton County, Indiana, USA; b. Abt. 1890, Indiana, USA.

Notes for LEESON TORRANCE JACKSON:
Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Madison, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: T624_382; Page: 12A; Enumeration District: 192; Image: 783
Leeson Jackson...23...IN, IN, IN...married 5 years...farmer
Berna Jackson...21...IN, IN, IN...one child, one living
F M Jackson...69...IN, IN, IN ...father...retired
Mary J Jackson...63...IN, IN, IN...mother
Mary Jackson...2...IN, IN, IN
Harley Honer...17...IN, IN, IN...servant...farm laborer

WORLD WAR I DRAFT REGISTRATION CARD
June 1917
Name: Leeson Jackson
County: Tipton (RR 32, Elwood)
State: Indiana
Birthplace: Elwood, Indiana;United States of America
Birth Date: 9 Apr 1887
Race: Caucasian (White)
FHL Roll Number: 1653200
farmer for self in Tipton County
wife and one child
short, medium build, blue eyes, auburn hair but partially bald

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Madison, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: T625_466; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 203; Image: 484.
Leeson Jackson...32...IN, IN, IN...farmer
Zena Jackson...30...IN, IN, IN
Marry E Jackson...12...IN, IN, IN...dau
Francis M Jackson...78...IN, NC, IN...widower

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Madison, Tipton, Indiana; Roll 631; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 12; Image: 242.0.
Leeson Jackson...42...IN, IN, IN...married at 18...farmer
Zena Jackson...40...IN, IN, IN...married at 16

WORLD WAR 2 DRAFT
Name: Leeson Jackson
Birth Date: 9 Apr 1887
Birth Place: Madison
Residence: Elwood, RR 5, Madison Township, Tipton, Indiana
Race: White
Roll: WW2_2283006
farmer for self
relative: Zena Jackson, same address

660. SARAH E. LEVELL (ALPHEUS, JOHN LEAVELL, JAMES, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born Abt. 1854 in Boone County, Missouri, USA, and died Abt. February 25, 1870 in Missouri, USA. She married ELIJAH GRIMES April 02, 1869 in Holt County, Missouri, USA. He was born Abt. 1850, and died Abt. 1877.

Notes for SARAH E. LEVELL:
Hello Cousin-- I have just searched the descendents of Edward Levell in part 6B and I am the great grand daughter of Elijah Grimes that was married to Sarah E Levell. I was thrilled to see the tree of the Levell family and I have some information of the Grimes family after Milton their son was born. My father was the oldest son born to Milton Grimes and Flora Myrtle Rodgers.
I will be willing to share what I have if you are interested.
Lucille Grimes Jones
lucyjo at winfinity.com
4725 S Harbor Vista
Florence, Oregon 97439

Child of SARAH LEVELL and ELIJAH GRIMES is:
.....i.....MILTON GRIMES, b. February 25, 1870, Oregon, Holt, Missouri, USA; d. January 11, 1949, Kearney, Buffalo, Nebraska, USA; m. FLORA MYRTLE RODGERS, October 14, 1896, Oregon, Holt, Missouri, USA; b. May 07, 1880, Alanic, Case, Iowa, USA; d. June 05, 1970, Ilwaco, Washington, USA. Or was she born in Louisiana? Milton had 8 kids.

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Grant, Buffalo, Nebraska; Roll: T624_839; Page: 7B; Enumeration District: 0038; Image: 1227; FHL microfilm: 1374852. April 25, 1910
Milton Grimes...40...MO, OH, MO...married 13 years...farmer
Myrtle Grimes...30...IA, KY, MO...5 children
Ethel Grimes...12...MO, MO, IA
Elijah Grimes...10...NE, MO, IA
Pearl Grimes...6...NE, MO, IA
Edna Grimes...3...NE, MO, IA
Everett Grimes...1 6/12...NE, MO, IA
John Levell...57...MO, KY, MO...divorced...uncle...farm laborer
661. FIELDING BROWN LEVEL (VARDEMAN, JOHN LEAVELL, JAMES, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born May 1851 in Boone County, Missouri, USA, and died February 06, 1897 in Harrisburg, Boone, Missouri, USA. He married (1) JULIA FRANCES MURRAY November 05, 1874 in Boone County, Missouri, USA, daughter of HORACE MURRAY and NANCY INGLEHART. She was born January 1854 in Boone County, Missouri, USA, and died August 22, 1888 in Boone County, Missouri, USA. He married (2) MARY ROBERTS June 11, 1889, daughter of JOSHUA ROBERTS and MARY SKIDMORE. She was born September 14, 1853 in Boone County, Missouri, USA, and died November 01, 1922 in Boone County, Missouri, USA. She also married a ? ELKINS and had one child, and JAMES DOUGLAS, by whom she had Lucas Roten Douglas and Willard A. Douglas.

Notes for FIELDING BROWN LEVELL:
1880 Census Place: Perche, Boone, Missouri
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Fielding B. LEVEL...Self...M...Male...W...30...MO...Works On Farm...KY...VA
Julia LEVEL...Wife...M...Female...W...26...MO...Keeps House...VA...MO
James L. LEVEL...Son...S...Male...W...1...MO...MO...MO

1900 census...Missouri Township, Boone County, Missouri
Mary M Leavel...48...farmer...MO, MO, MO...married at 26...4 children, 4 living
Willard Leavel...19...Aug 1880...stepson...farmer...MO, MO, MO
Aran R Leavel...10...Mar 1890...son...MO, MO, MO
Eden T Leavel...8...son...Mar 1892...MO, MO, MO
Virginia R Leavel...6...Feb 1894...daughter...MO, MO, MO
Fielding B Leavel...2...Sept 1897...son...MO, MO, MO
Mary C Roberts...68...unknown...mother...MO, KY, KY

1910 - Rocky Fork, Boone, Missouri
Mary M Levell...56...MO, KY, MO...farmer
Aaron R Levell ...20...MO, MO, MO...son
Eden T Levell...18...MO, MO, MO...son
Virginia R Levell...16...MO, MO, MO...dau
Fudley B Levell...12...MO, MO, MO...son

More About FIELDING BROWN LEVEL: Burial: Bethlehem Cem., Boone County, Missouri, USA

Notes for MARY ELKIN ROBERTS:
Mary was married twice prior to marring Fielding B. Levell, to a Mr. Elking & Mr. Douglas. She had one child by Mr. Elking & two by Mr. Douglas, per Everett Jay Levell Jr. in his 2000 book LEVEL-LEVELL-LEAVELL. He wasn't entirely correct.

From Dorothy E. Golson golsodo at tranquility.net on 16 March, 2003:
I am the great granddaughter of Mary M G Roberts Elkin and grandaughter of Carrie Elkin Davenport. I Am searching for Theodore Fielding Elkin my greatgrandfather. She married James Douglass and Fielden Level (the spelling I have) the second and third times. I would like to hear from you. Thanks

Children of FIELDING LEVEL and JULIA MURRAY are:
.....i.....TILLARD A. LEVEL, b. December 10, 1876, Missouri, USA; d. December 09, 1878, Missouri, USA. Burial: Bethlehem Cem., Boone County, Missouri.
.....ii.....JAMES LITTEN LEVEL, b. September 20, 1878, Missouri, USA; d. January 30, 1958; m. LILLIE ANN WEST, February 01, 1903. Burial: Memorial Park Cem., Columbia, Missouri, USA, section A South. She was b. 25 Apr 1883, Missouri, and d. 30 Jan 1958 Columbia, Boone, Missouri. Lillie Ann Level, a widow, died of acute coronary occlusion, arteriosclerosis, with diabetes mellitus. James Litten Level died of cerebral thrombosis. He was a farmer.
1328.....iii.....WILLARD DALBERT LEVEL, b. August 27, 1881, Missouri, USA; d. December 08, 1947.
1329.....iv.....JOSEPH ELI LEVEL, b. August 04, 1883, Missouri, USA; d. July 16, 1948, Missouri, USA.
.....v.....MUSIE LEE LEVEL, b. November 26, 1886; d. July 05, 1959; m. CHARLES D. HYDE, February 07, 1906. He was b. 25 Aug 1876, d. 22 April 1936. Burial: Rocky Fork Baptist Church Cemetery, Hinton, Boone, Missouri.

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Perche, Boone, Missouri; Roll: T624_770; Page: 15A; Enumeration District: 0024; Image: 657; FHL microfilm: 1374783. May 13, 1910
Charles D Hyde...33...IL, MO, MO...farmer
Musey L Hyde...23...MO, MO, MO...
Tilford N Hyde...8/12...MO, MO, MO

Source Citation: Year: 1920; Census Place: Perche, Boone, Missouri; Roll: T625_906; Page: 9B; Enumeration District: 28; Image: 617. Jan. 28, 1920
Charles Hyde...42...IL, IL, IL...farmer
Musey Hyde...32 ...MO, MO, IL...
Tilford Hyde...10...MO, IL, MO
Ada Hyde...8...MO, IL, MO
Malcolm Hyde...5...MO, IL, MO
Bertha Hyde...2 8/12...MO, IL, MO
Vincie Hyde...6/12 ...MO, IL, MO

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Columbia, Boone, Missouri; Roll: 1177; Page: 7B; Enumeration District: 21; Image: 402.0; FHL microfilm: 2340912.
Charlie D. Hyde...53...IL, Europe, MO...married at 29...farmer, general
Musie L. Hyde...43...MO, MO, MO...married at 19
Tilford N. Hyde...20...MO, IL, MO...son...farm laborer
Malcom L. Hyde...15...MO, IL, MO...son
Bertha M. Hyde...13...MO, IL, MO...dau
Vincil Hyde...10...MO, IL, MO...son

.....vi.....MILDRED ELVIRA LEVEL, b. Aug 26, 1917 Boone County, Missouri. Mildred Elvira Level was born to Willard Delbert and Mamie Belle Toalson Level. She passed away at the age of 2 years, 10 months, and 19 days old due to cancer. The informant of Mildred's death is listed as W.S. Toalson. Burial Date: July 30, 1920. Death Certificate State File #: 23851

Children of FIELDING LEVELL and MARY ROBERTS are:
1330.....vii.....AARON ROSCOE LEVEL, b. April 18, 1890, Boone County, Missouri, USA; d. January 10, 1966, Boone County, Missouri, USA.
1331.....viii.....EDEN TRUE LEVEL, b. March 14, 1892, Boone County, Missouri, USA; d. July 14, 1968.
.....ix.....VIRGINIA RUTH LEVEL, b. February 04, 1894; d. September 29, 1986; m. CHARLES ZUMWALT, December 23, 1914 Boone County, Missouri, USA. He was born 2 April 1892, d. 26 June 1976 Columbia, Boone, MO. "Jennie" and Charles had 3 children together: Grace Mae, Herman, and Irma L. Zumwalt. Burial: Memorial Park Cemetery, Columbia, Boone, Missouri, USA. See his obituary at findagrave.com
1332.....x.....FIELDON BROWN LEVEL, b. September 10, 1897, Missouri, USA; d. April 24, 1968.
.....xi.....CARRIE ELKING LEVEL, m. ? DAVENPORT.
.....xii.....LUTHER DOUGLAS LEVEL.
.....xiii.....WILLARD LEVEL. Willard was a bachelor.

662. JULIA ANN LEVEL (VARDEMAN, JOHN LEAVELL, JAMES, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born February 26, 1852 in Missouri, USA, and died March 8, 1928 in Boone County, Missouri, USA. She married THOMAS LINVILLE WHITESIDES June 02, 1870 in Boone County, Missouri, USA, son of MADISON WHITESIDES and ARMILDA STIPP. He was born Abt. 1847 in Kentucky, USA, and died February 12, 1913 in Boone County, Missouri, USA. She was 77 years and 12 days old when she passed away from influenza. The informant of her death is listed as J.L. Whitesides, 809 Coats St. Burial Date: March 10, 1928. Death Certificate State File #: 7795. She was buried in Bethlehem Cemetery, Harrisburg, Boone, MO on 10 March 1928.

Notes for JULIA A. LEVEL:
For descendants of Julia, see Nicole Breiding's website at http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/b/r/e/Nicole-Breiding-FL/index.html?Welcome=1089415807

Thomas Linville Whitesides worked for the city street department.

NARA M-593, Roll 760, 1870 U.S. Census, Boone Co., MO, Township Forty-nine, p. 168, #1/1: Whitesides, Thos, 21, m, W, Farmer, KY; Julia, 19, f, W, Keeps House, MO.

1900 Census Place: Perche, Boone, Missouri; Roll: 840; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 26; FHL microfilm: 1240840.
Thomas Whitesides...50...Aug 1849...KY, KY, KY...married 30 years...farmer
Julia A. Whitesides...49...Feb 1851...MO, VA, VA...
John Whitesides...29...Dec 1871...MO, KY, MO...carpenter
Jessie M. Whitesides...22...June 1877...MO, KY, MO...carpenter
Eddie P. Whitesides...20...Dec 1879...MO, KY, MO...farm laborer
Rosie P. Whitesides...16...Oct 1883...MO, KY, MO
Thomas O. Whitesides...12...Aug 1887...MO, KY, MO
Omer C. Whitesides...9...June 1890...MO, KY, MO

More About THOMAS LINVILLE WHITESIDES: Burial: Bethlehem Baptist Church, Boone Co. MO

Children of JULIA LEVELL and THOMAS WHITESIDES are:
.....i.....JOHN L. WHITESIDES, b. Dec 1871, Boone County, Missouri.

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Columbia Ward 1, Boone, Missouri; Roll: T624_770; Page: 11B; Enumeration District: 0013; Image: 345; FHL microfilm: 1374783. April 23, 1910.
John L. Whitesides...38...MO, KY, MO...city marshall, Columbia City...married 8 years
Nora M. Whitesides...31...MO, MO, MO...5 children, 5 living
Raymond R. Whitesides...7...MO, MO, MO
Edie M. Whitesides...5...MO, MO, MO
Roger A. Whitesides...3...MO, MO, MO
Mildred Lee Whitesides...1/12...MO, MO, MO
.....ii.....JESSE M. WHITESIDES, b. June 1877 Boone County, Missouri.
1333.....iii.....EDDIE PAUL WHITESIDES, b. December 29, 1879, Missouri; d. February 10, 1937, Columbia, Missouri.
.....iv.....ROSIE P. WHITESIDES, b. October 1883 Boone County, Missouri, married JOHN E. CORNELIUS.
.....v.....THOMAS O. WHITESIDES, b. August 1887 Boone County, Missouri.
.....vi.....OMER C. WHITESIDES, b. June 1890 Boone County, Missouri.

663. SARAH E. LEVEL (VARDEMAN, JOHN LEAVELL, JAMES, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born April 01, 1858 in Missouri, USA, and died November 30, 1928. She married ARCHIBALD J. STOTT October 03, 1878 in Boone County, Missouri, USA. He was born 2 Feb 1855 in Boone County, MO and died 21 March 1935, Harrisburg, Boone, Missouri. Both are buried in Bethlehem Cemetery, Harrisburg, Boone, Missouri.

1900 census, Perche, Boone, Missouri; Roll 840, page 3A; Enumeration District 26,
Archie Stott...45...Feb 1855...MO, KY, KY...married 21 years...farmer
Sarah E. Stott...42...Apr 1858...MO, MO, VA...4 children, 4 living
Ennis Stott...5...Sept 1894...MO, MO, MO...son
Henry R. Stott...4...Apr 1896...MO, MO, MO...son

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Perche, Boone, Missouri; Roll: T624_770; Page: 5A; Enumeration District: 0023; Image: 613; FHL microfilm: 1374783
Arch Stott...55...MO, KY, KY...farmer
Sallie Stott...52...MO, MO, VA
Ennis Stott...15...MO, MO, MO
Russell Stott...14...MO, MO, MO

Sarah passed away at the age of 70 years, 8 months, and 7 days old due to chronic nephritis. The informant of her death is listed as John Whitesides, Columbia, MO. Burial Date: December 9, 1928. Death Certificate State File #: 39438

Archie was a farmer. He passed away at the age of 80 years, 1 month, and 19 days old due to lobar pneumonia. The informant of his death is listed as Ennis Stott. Burial Date: March 22, 1935. Death Certificate State File #: 8088.

Children of SARAH LEVEL and ARCHIE STOTT are:
.....i.....ENNIS STOTT, born Sept 1894 Boone County, Missouri.
.....ii.....HENRY RUSSELL STOTT, born April 1896 Boone County, Missouri.

664. GEORGIA A. LEVEL (VARDEMAN, JOHN LEAVELL, JAMES, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born 28 September 1860 in Missouri, USA and died 13 January 1935. She married (1) ? GOSLIN 222 November 1887. She married (2) JAMES THOMAS NEVINS November 22, 1887. He was born 17 November 1865 Missouri, died 14 Nov 1914. James and Georgia are buried in Bethlehem Cemetery, Harrisburg, Boone, Missouri.

Notes for GEORGIA A. LEVEL:
Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Perche, Boone, Missouri; Roll: 840; Page: 7B; Enumeration District: 26; FHL microfilm: 1240840.
James T Nevins...34...Nov 1865...MO, MO, MO...married 12 years...farmer
Georgia A Nevins...37...Sept 1860...MO, VA, MO...2 children, 2 living
Vera G Nevins...4...MO, MO, MO
George C Nevins...9/12...MO, MO, MO

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Perche, Boone, Missouri; Roll: T624_770; Page: 10B; Enumeration District: 0023; Image: 624; FHL microfilm: 1374783.
James T Nevins...49...MO, MO, MO...married 22 years...insurance agent
Georgia A Nevins...49...MO, KY, KY...married 22 years...2 children, 2 living
Vera G Nevins...14...Apr 1896...MO, MO, MO...dau
George C Nevins...10...Aug 1899...MO, MO, MO...son

Children of GEORGIA LEVELL and JAMES NEVINS are:
.....i.....VERA G. NEVINS, b. April 1896, Boone County, Missouri.
.....ii.....GEORGE C. NEVINS, b. Aug 1899, Boone County, Missouri.

665. LAURA PARTHENIE LEVEL (VARDEMAN, JOHN LEAVELL, JAMES, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born May 17, 1862 in Boone County, Missouri, USA, and died September 16, 1941 in Boone County, Missouri, USA. She married LYCURGUS CURTIS COWDEN January 05, 1886 in Boone County, Missouri, USA, son of MONTGOMERY COWDEN and ARTHUSA BARCLAY. He was born April 1862 in Boone County, Missouri, USA, and died 1941. Both buried in Bethlehem Church Cemetery, Harrisburg, Boone, Missouri.

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Perche, Boone, Missouri; Roll: 840; Page: 8A; Enumeration District: 26; FHL microfilm: 1240840.
Lycurges Cowden...38...Apr 1862...MO, VA, KY...farmer
Laura Cowden...38...May 1862...MO, KY, VA...married 12 years...3 children, 2 living
Letha Cowden...10...July 1889...MO, MO, MO
Carance Cowden...7...Sept 1892...MO, MO, MO

Laura passed away at the age of 79 years, 3 months, 29 days old due to mitral regugatation. The informant of her death is listed as Ralph Coffman, Harrisburg, MO. Burial Date: September 19 1941. Death Certificate State File #: 30972.

Notes for LYCURGUS CURTIS COWDEN:
See http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?surname=Level&start=321

Children of LAURA LEVEL and LYCURGUS COWDEN are:
.....i.....LETHA COWDEN, b. July 1889.
.....ii.....CLARENCE COWDEN, b. September 1892.
.....iii.....IVA LEE COWDEN, b. Abt. January 1888, Boone County, Missouri; d. August 02, 1888, Boone County, Missouri. Burial: Bethleham Church Cemetery, Harrisburg, Boone, Missouri

666. HENRY THOMAS LEVEL (VARDEMAN, JOHN LEAVELL, JAMES, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born July 30, 1868 in Boone County, Missouri, USA, and died June 12, 1941 in Midway, Boone, Missouri, USA. He married (1) MARGARET ANN THURSTON. She was born January 12, 1865 in Union, Benton, Missouri, USA, and died July 20, 1926 in Missouri, USA. He married (2) EFFIE MAY THURSTON, daughter of GEORGE THURSTON and ELIZABETH CARUTHERS. She was born February 12, 1868 in Columbia, Boone County, Missouri, and died July 24, 1962 in Alhambra, Los Angeles County, California. Midway Locust Grove UMC Cemetery, Columbia, Boone, Missouri. He married (3) ANNA BELL LEWIS 16 Jan 1896 Howard County, Missouri. She was b. there 01 Mar 1870 and d. 21 Feb 1945 Mexico, Audrain, Missouri, USA. Henry and Anna got a divorce. She shares a tombstone with Charles H. Fisher in Section N Plot 23 of Elmwood Cemetery, Audrain County, Missouri.

Notes for HENRY THOMAS LEVEL:
1920 - Perche, Boone, Missouri
Henry Level...51...MO, VA, VA...general farmer
Margeret Level...53...MO, VA, VA
Dorsey Glenn Level...10...MO, MO, MO...son

1930 Perche, Boone, Missouri
Henry T. Level...61...MO, MO, MO...general farmer
Effie M. Level...62...MO, VA, VA

next door to:
Dorsey G. Level...20...married at 17...farmer laborer...MO, MO, MO
Ada B. Level...19...MO
Richard G. Level...2...MO
Mildred L. Level...1/12...MO

Source Citation: Year: 1940; Census Place: Perche, Boone, Missouri; Roll: T627_2086; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 10-33.
Henry T. Level...71...MO...widowed...8th grade education...owns $1000 home...farm operator
Glenn Level...30...MO...8th grade education...laborer, bid construction...income: $540...married...son
Ada Level...29...MO...8th grade education...daughter-in-law
RIchard Level...12...MO...4th grade...grandson
Lorene Level...10...MO...3rd grade...granddau

More About HENRY THOMAS LEVEL & MARGARET THURSTON: Burial: Locust Grove Cem., Midway, Boone, MO, USA

Children of HENRY LEVEL and MARGARET THURSTON are:
1334.....i.....DORSEY GLENN LEVEL, b. 19 Jun 1909, Missouri, USA.
.....ii.....SARAH E. LEVEL.

Child of HENRY LEVEL and ANNA BELLE LEWIS:
.....iii.....FORREST M. LEVEL, b. 14 Aug 1896 Columbia, Boone, Missouri, USA, died 12 Dec 1944 Mexico, Audrain, Missouri, USA. Laborer with an 8th grade education. Died of cerebral hemorrhage in Audrain Hospital. He married CLARA B. EPPLE sometime after 1940 census. She was b. Dec 1899 and died 1967. At findagrave.com see photo of shared tombstone in Elmwood Cemetery, Mexico, Audrain, Missouri, USA.

667. MARGARET FRANCES LEVELL (ANDERSON, JOHN LEAVELL, JAMES, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born June 14, 1851 near Keyesville, Chariton, Missouri, USA, and died 1901 in Grundy County, Missouri, USA. She married CHARLES P. CHAPPEL August 04, 1870 in Grundy County, Missouri, USA, son of SILAS CHAPPEL and NANCY LOCKHART. He was born May 17, 1847, and died 1896 in Grundy County, Missouri, USA. For both, burial: Maple Grove Cem., Grundy Co. Missouri, USA. Other sources say he married a Sarah Watts on 4 August 1870 (ancestry.com) and had the same kids. But given the 1880 census, I'm going with Margaret.

Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Trenton, Grundy, Missouri; Roll: 688; Family History Film: 1254688; Page: 394A; Enumeration District: 213; Image: 0490.
Charles Chappell...37...MO, VA, VA...laborer
Margret T. Chappell...26...MO, MO, MO
Perry F. Chappell...7...MO, MO, MO
William A. Chappell...3...MO, MO, MO

Children of MARGARET LEVELL and CHARLES CHAPPEL are:
.....i.....PERRY F. CHAPPEL, b. Abt. 1873, Missouri.
.....ii.....FRANK CHAPPEL, b. Abt. 1875.
.....iii.....WILLIAM A. CHAPPEL, b. 1877, Missouri; d. 1948; m. CARRIE ?. Burial: Roselawn Cemetery (AKA Knights of Pythias Cemetary), Grundy Co. MO

668 JAMES PRESTON LEVELL (ANDERSON, JOHN LEAVELL, JAMES, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born March 11, 1854 near Keyesville, Chariton, Missouri, USA, and died August 27, 1936 in Clark County, Washington, USA. He married JANE MARTNER ELKINS March 16, 1882 in Grundy County, Missouri, USA. She was born September 15, 1859 in Boone County, Missouri, USA, and died January 28, 1942 in Longview, Cowlitz, Washington, USA. Plot: Sec. B, Blk. 063, Lot 02 (Jane) and 03 (James) of Brush Prairie Cemetery, Brush Prairie, Clark, Washington, USA.

Notes for JAMES PRESTON LEVELL:
http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/p/a/t/Mary-R-Patrick/tree1.html?Welcome=986161813

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Lackamas, Clark, Washington; Roll: T624_1655; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 51; Image: 531.
James P Levell...52...MO, MO, MO...farmer
Jane M Levell...52...MO, VA, VA
Harry D Levell...22...Nebraska, MO, MO...laborer, odd jobs
Hugh W Levell...17...Nebraska, MO, MO...farm hand, home farm
Gordon C Levell...12...WA, MO, MO
Birdlla Levell...10...WA, MO, MO

More About JAMES PRESTON LEVELL & JANE ELKINS: Burial: Maple Grove Cem., Orchards, Clark Co., Washington, USA

Children of JAMES LEVELL and JANE ELKINS are:
1335.....i.....JESSIE MAY LEVELL, b. January 25, 1884, Grundy County, Missouri, USA; d. October 28, 1970, Walla Walla, Washington, USA.
1336.....ii.....EARL RAYMOND LEVEL, b. April 04, 1886, Logan County, Nebraska, USA; d. December 06, 1968, Oregon, USA.
.....iii.....HARRY DOW LEVELL, b. March 02, 1888; d. July 25, 1911. More About HARRY DOW LEVELL: Burial: Brush Pray., Orchards, Clark County, Washington, USA, Plot: Sec. B, Blk. 063, Lot 01.
1337.....iv.....HUGH EDGAR LEVELL, b. June 06, 1892, Logan County, Nebraska, USA; d. March 10, 1977, Washington, Kentucky, USA.
1338.....v.....GORDON CLARENCE LEVELL, b. January 16, 1898, Clark County, Washington, USA; d. October 03, 1965, Puyallup, Tacoma , Washington, USA.
.....vi.....BIRDELLA LEVELL, b. January 06, 1900, Vancouver, Clark, Washington, USA; d. 1944, San Francisco, California, USA; m. on 21 Jun 1924 to WILLIAM RAYMOND PRICE; b. 04 Sep 1897 Vancouver, Clark, WA; d. 31 Aug 1955 Orchards, Clark, WA. She's buried in Plot: Sec. B, Blk. 063, Lot 04 of Brush Prairie Cemetery, Brush Prairie, Clark, Washington. He's buried in Plot: J-225-2 in Park Hill Cemetery, Vancouver, Clark, Washington, USA. See findagrave.com for tombstone photos.

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Wind River, Skamania, Washington; Roll: 2508; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 11; Image: 1140.0.
William R Price...32...Washington, Canada, Kentucky...retail merchant, groceries
Birdella L Price...30...WA, Nebraska, Nebraska
669. WILLIAM EDWARD LEVELL (ANDERSON, JOHN LEAVELL, JAMES, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born October 19, 1859 near Keyesville, Chariton, Missouri, USA, and died February 08, 1934 in Peedee, Chariton, Missouri, USA. He married ETTRENNA ANGELINE FLATHERS July 24, 1881 in Chariton County, Missouri, USA. She was born September 24, 1860 in Missouri, USA, and died 14 September 1925 in Chariton County, Missouri, USA. Burial for both: Musselfork Cemetary, Musselfork, Chariton, Missouri.

Notes for WILLIAM EDWARD LEVELL:
1/08/2004
My name is Viola Cross.
my mother was Myrtle Prather Minor
her mother was Leila Belle Levell Prather
her mother was (Etta) Ettrenna Angeline Flathers Levell
I was wondering if you would be interested in finding more about this part of the Levell family.
I have been searching for Ettrenna's mothers name, on her death certificate it stated her mother's name was Holderman, no first name.
I have not been able to find her first name, it seems it could be Holtzclaw instead of Holderman, do you have information concerning this?
I did not even know my grandmothers name till I received her death cert. and then I wrote for my great grandmother's cert. My mother's mother died when my mother was only twelve and I never heard her even speak of her grandmother. Of course I didn't get interested in genealogy till after my mother passed away. All of her brothers and sisters are also all dead. So no one to get information from.
I would like to hear from you if you are interested.
Viola Minor Cross
E-mail address
Vkcpopcorn at aol .com

1/11/04
Thank you for sending what information you did. I will be sending you the information what I have from Etta on down to me. Any information you can give me would be very appreciated. A distant cousin and I e-mail from Iowa and he has that Etta was also a daughter of William G. Levell. He didn't have any other woman except Sally Jane Holtzclaw and Mariah Holtzclaw as William's wives.
I am going to send you what he had sent me, I will send more later.
William G. Flathers B. 1824 in Kentucky
Married 7-6-1843
Sally Jane Holtsclaw
Remarried 1-21-1848
Mariah B. Holtzclaw
CHILDREN
1. Jacob A. Flathers b. 7-6-1849
(In the 1850 census, living in Jackson County, IA.
2. Mary A. Flathers b. about 1852 in Iowa
3. Sarah J. Flathers b. about 1853 in Iowa
4. Martha Flathers b. 5-17-1854
(In the 1860 census, living in Jones County, IA.)
5.Ettrenna Angeline (Etta) b. 9-24-1860 in Iowa
6. Margaret or Mattie b. 1863 in Iowa
7 William Riley Flathers b. 3-31-1865 LaClede, Mo.
8 George Wesley Flathers b. 1868 in MO.
Viola Cross
Vkcpopcorn at aol .com

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Musselfork, Chariton, Missouri; Roll: T623 847; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 41.
William E Levell...40...Oct 1859...MO, KY, MO...married 19 years...farmer
Ettranna a Levell...39...Sept 1860...MO, KY, IN...6 children, 5 living
Jack A Levell...16...Feb 1884...MO, MO, MO...farm laborer
William G Levell...14...Nov 1886...MO, MO, MO...farm laborer
Mary E Levell...9...July 1890...MO, MO, MO
John E Levell...5...Apr 1895...MO, MO, MO

1920 census for Musselfork, Chariton, Missouri
Levell, William...61...MO, KY, MO...owns home, reads and writes
Etta A Levell...60...Iowa, IN, IN
John E Levell ...25...MO, MO, IA
Mose C Levell ...19...MO, MO, IA

Children of WILLIAM LEVELL and ETTRENNA FLATHERS are:
1339.....i.....LEILA BELLE LEVELL, b. April 20, 1882, Missouri, USA; d. Abt. 1912, Missouri, USA.
1340.....ii.....ANDREW JACKSON LEVELL, b. February 21, 1884, Chariton, Macon, Missouri, USA; d. November 07, 1964, Linn County, Missouri, USA.
.....iii.....EVA ANNIE LEVELL, b. February 13, 1888.
1341.....iv.....MARY ELLEN LEVELL, b. July 13, 1890, Chariton County, Missouri, USA.
.....v.....JOHN EDWARD LEVELL, b. April 25, 1896, Musselfork, Chariton, Missouri, USA; d. July 15, 1965, Keytesville, Chariton County, Missouri, USA; m. NELLIE PRESTON, September 28, 1924, Keyesville, Chariton, Missouri, USA; b. June 29, 1894, Hamden, Chariton County, Missouri, USA; d. February 26, 1983, Bu-So Bynumvale, Missouri. More About JOHN EDWARD LEVELL & NELLIE PRESTON: Burial: Fairview-McCurry Cem., south of Bynunvale, MO

From findagrave.com:
OBITUARY - PRESS - March 3, 1983
.....Mrs. Nellie Mae Level 88, died Saturday, February 26 at Pioneer Health Center, Marceline, where she had een a resident since March 1979.
.....Born in the Hamden community of Chariton County on June 29, 1894, she was the daughter of Duncan P. and Sarah Margaret (Eagan) Preston. She married John E. Levell, September 28, 1924, who prededed her in death July 15, 1965. She was also prededed in death by her parents and two brothers Edward and Guy Preston.
.....She lived most of her life around Hamden and Musselfork communities, before moving to Keytesville in 1962. She was a member of the Beulah Prebyterian Church.
.....Surviors are two brothers, Joseph D Preston, Keytesville and Clarence R. Preston, Independence, and several nephews and nieces. .....Funeral services were held Monday afternoon, February 28 at 1:00 at Berry Funeral Home with Rev. Larry Smith, pastor of Prairie Hill Christian Church, officiating. Music was furnished by Mrs. Joe D. Preston Jr. and Mrs. Charles Davis, organist. Visitation was held Sunday at the funderal home from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m.
.....Pallbearers were Russell Dowell, Keith Preston, Oscar Cook, Jim Rice, Donald Preston and Randolph Penrod. Burial was in Fairview-McCurry Cemetery.
.....vi.....MOSES CLIFFORD LEVELL, b. January 05, 1902, Chariton County, Missouri, USA; d. June 18, 1956, St. Francis, Marceline, Linn, Missouri, USA; m. NORMA NANCY DREW, June 07, 1925; b. April 05, 1906, Chariton County, Missouri, USA; d. November 08, 1996, Springfield, Missouri. Both: Burial: Musselfork Cem., Musselfork, Chariton Co. MO
1342.....vii.....WILLIAM GARRETT LEVELL, b. November 13, 1886, Muscle Fork Township, Chariton, Missouri, USA; d. July 17, 1964, Marceline, Linn, Missouri, USA.

670. SARAH MORGAN LEVELL (ANDERSON, JOHN LEAVELL, JAMES, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born January 01, 1862 near Keyesville, Chariton, Missouri, USA. She married CHARLES A. PARMER. He was born 1858 in Wayne County, Canada, and died Abt. 1917 in Howard County, Missouri, USA.

Notes for SARAH MORGAN LEVELL:
searching for children of Charles Parmer and Sarah Morgan Levell b. 1 Jan 1862: Children
Josephine
Mattie m. Jackson?
Charles A. Parmer b 5 May 1887 Fayette MO
William
John
Mary
James Washington b .17 March 1890 Fayette, MO
James is my husbands grandfather, all family from Howard Co, Fayette,New Franklin and surrounding farm areas
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HUTTSELL...PARMER...WOODS...GREBE...LEVELL...BENTLEY
Looking for info on John W. HUTTSELL b. 16 Sep 1860 Howard Co married to Fannie Mae WOODS b 1863 Howard Co. 13 Children born, Alva Jack, Callaway m. Lou JORDON, Elizabeth m. John CONROE, Everett m. Aunt Dude, Grace m. Russell MAUPIN, Ida m. Charles GREBE, Romie m. Mary Francis, Mary Susan m. Thorvald OLSEN, Sallie N. m. Fred GREBE, Bryan m. Addie QUINLEY, Emma Katherine m. James W. PARMER and Charles Alfred not married. James Washington PARMER's folks are Charles A. PARMER (Canadian) and Sarah Morgan LEVELL. Her parents are Anderson and Margaret LEVELL. Fannie Mae WOODS folks are Kitt and Elizabeth WOODS. Time frame early 1860 to now. Emma and James had only Dorothy Mae PARMER who married Rev. Wilson BENTLEY. BENTLEY children still in Fayette, Jim and David. Any family out there?
Debi Bentley--Thu May 13 09:16:40 1999

In searching birth records of Howard Co. Mo found that Charles Parmer is from Wayne Co. Canada and was a farmer

Trying to find any Parmers that went to MO. Mostly Howard Co MO. I have a Charles A. born 1858 and a John H. born 10 Feb 1857 , Charles m Sarah M. Level and Henry m. Mattie Hitt& Mettie Nickerson. I have found all the children here, one tombstone says John folks are John Henry & Sarah Bunnell Parmer.
Found in Birth of Howard Co listed 2x that Charles was Canadian, but there isn't a Wayne Co in Canada, maybe PA?? Of course name has been mispelled to Palmer at times.
Any help appreciated, Debi

Children of SARAH LEVELL and CHARLES PARMER are:
.....i.....JOSEPHINE E. PARMER, b. abt 1880 and d. abt 1957, married JOHN CHERRINGTON October 06, 1900.
.....ii.....MATTIE PARMER.
.....iii.....WILLIAM PARMER.
.....iv......JOHN D. PARMER.
.....v.....MARY PARMER.
.....vi.....CHARLES A. PARMER, b. May 05, 1887, Fayette County, Missouri.
.....vii.....JAMES WASHINGTON PARMER, b. March 17, 1890, Fayette County, Missouri; m. EMMA KATHERINE HUTSELL.

671. EMMA DORA LEVELL (ANDERSON, JOHN LEAVELL, JAMES, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born September 03, 1862 in near Keyesville, Chariton, Missouri, USA, and died 1934. She married (1) AUGUSTUS FISHER February 29, 1880 in Howard County, Missouri. He was born 1861 in Missouri, and died 1915. For both, burial: Rose Hill Cem., Brookfield, Linn Co. MO. She married (2) ? WYETT. Emma D. Wyett married (3) TILFORD MARION HOGAN in Howard County, Missouri on 17 Sep 1928. He was b. 24 Feb 1851. On May 29, 1933 Tilford Marion Hogan died by self-inflicted hanging due to imaginary financial troubles and infirmities of advancing old age. He was buried in Laclede Cemetery, Laclede, Linn, Missouri. Emma D. Hogan and August Fisher are buried in Rose Hill Cemetery, Brookfield, Linn, Missouri.

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Pleasant Hill, Sullivan, Missouri; Roll: 905; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 0158; FHL microfilm: 1240905.
Augustus Fisher...39...Sept 1860...MO, MO, MO...married 20 years...farm laborer Emma D. Fisher...27...Dec 1862...MO, MO, MO...married 20 years...5 children, 5 living
Thomas H. Fisher...19...Nov 1880...MO, MO, MO...farm laborer...son
Pearly L. Fisher...12...Sept 1889...MO, MO, MO ...dau
Ella M. Fisher...9...Nov 1890...MO, MO, MO ...dau
Charles C. Fisher...7...Nov 1892...MO, MO, MO ...son
Elizabeth Fisher...2...Nov 1897...MO, MO, MO ...dau
Rachael Fisher...77...Dec 1822...MO, KY, KY...widowed...mother

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Brookfield Ward 2, Linn, Missouri; Roll: T624_795; Page: 11A; Enumeration District: 0070; FHL microfilm: 1374808.
Gus Fisher...49...MO, MO, MO...married 30 years...laborer, odd jobs
Emma D. Fisher...48...MO, KY, MO...married 30 years...7 children, 7 living
Charles C. Fisher...17...MO, MO, MO...son...works in shoe factory
Elizabeth Fisher...12...MO, MO, MO...dau
Avel O. Fisher...8...MO, MO, MO...dau
Myrtle G. Fisher...6...MO, MO, MO...dau

Source Citation: Year: 1920; Census Place: Brookfield Ward 2, Linn, Missouri; Roll: T625_933; Page: 18A; Enumeration District: 70; Image: 710
Emma D. Fisher...56...MO, KY, KY...widowed...
Myrtle G. Fisher...15...MO, MO, MO...dau
Charles C. Fisher...26...MO, MO, MO...son

Children of EMMA LEVELL and AUGUSTUS FISHER are:
.....i.....THOMAS HENRY FISHER, b. 8 Nov 1880 Howard County, MIssouri, d. 23 Nov 1927, m. OLLIE SPRAGUE.
.....ii.....PEARL FISHER, b. 10 Sep 1887 Howard County, Missouri; d. 04 Sep 1960 Brookfield, Linn, Missouri; m. (1) BEN SPRAGUE; m. (2) ELMER FAUGHT. More About PEARL FISHER: Burial: Rose Hill Cem., Brookfield, Linn, Missouri, USA.
.....iii.....ELLA MAY FISHER, b. 15 Nov 1890 Rothville, Chariton, MIssouri, USA; d. 17 Jun 1958 Monroe City, Marion, Missouri; m. TOM HENRY DUNKLE 23 Jan 1908 Brookfield, Linn, Missouri. More About ELLA MAY FISHER: Burial: Wheeling Cem., Wheeling, MO
.....iv.....CHARLES STRATON FISHER, b. 1892. Burial: Rose Hill Cem., Brookfield, Linn, Missouri, USA
.....v.....ELIZABETH FISHER, b. 02 Nov 1897; d. 23 Feb 1917 Breckenridge, Caldwell, Missouri, USA. Burial: Rose Hill, Brookfield, Linn, Missouri, USA. She married CYRUS ROBERT KNOX on 29 Dec 1915 in Chillicothe, Livingston, Missouri, USA.
.....vi.....AVEL FISHER, born about 1902, died about 1975, and m. JAKE SHIRLEY.
.....vii.....MYRTLE GENEVA FISHER, b. 10 Nov 1904 Laclede, Linn, Missouri; d. 03 Jan 1954 Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri; m. GEORGE DEWEY GRESS 28 Aug 1924 Brookfield, Linn, Missouri. She married (2) LONNIE DOWELL 06 Apr 1929 Chillicothe, Livingston, Missouri. Burial: Rose Hill Cem., Brookfield, Linn, Missouri, USA

672. JOHN QUINCY LEVELL (ANDERSON LEVELL, JOHN LEAVELL, JAMES, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born May 05, 1865 near Keyesville, Chariton, Missouri, USA, and died April 17, 1940 in Putnam Hospital, Linn County, Missouri, USA. He married LAURA BELLE SWEARINGEN March 20, 1890 in Farin, Chariton, Missouri, USA, daughter of JOHN SWEARINGEN and MARY CUNNINGHAM. She was born October 06, 1872 in Charitin County, Missouri, USA, and died March 07, 1954 in Des Moines, Polk, Iowa, USA. More About JOHN QUINCY LEAVELL: Burial: Mt. Pleasant Cem., Farin, Chariton, MO

The Marceline News, Marceline, Missouri, Friday, Apr. 19, 1940
DEATH WEDNESDAY OF JOHN LEVELL
-CHARITON COUNTY FARMER SUCCUMBS AFTER LONG ILLNESS
-SERVICES FRIDAY
.....John Quincy Levell, 74 years old, died Wednesday at the Putnam Memorial Hospital. He had been in failing health a long time. Mr. Levell lived on a farm seven miles south of Marceline.
.....Funeral services will be Friday afternoon at the White Church. Burial will be in the Mt. Pleasant Cemetery.
.....Mr. Levell was born May 5, 1865. He had lived in this community about 30 years.
.....He leaves his widow, Mrs. Laura Belle Levell of the home; three daughters, Mrs. Lucy Lake of Des Moines, Iowa, Mrs. Ada Littrell of Keytesville, and Mrs. Ruth Miller of Denver, Colorado; two sons, Everett Levell of Marceline, and Alfred Levell of Rothville. Three children preceded their father in death.

THE MARCELINE NEWS & THE BUCKLIN HERALD, Marceline, Missouri, Friday, Mar. 12, 1954
MRS. JOHN LEVELL RITES WEDNESDAY
-MOTHER OF ALFRED LEVELL SUCCUMBS SUNDAY AT DES MOINES, IOWA
.....Funeral services for Mrs. John Levell, mother of Alfred Levell of this city, were Wednesday afternoon at the McLaughlin Chapel. Mrs. Levell died Sunday morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J.E. Lake in Des Moines, Iowa. Burial was in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery. .....Mrs. Levell, whose maiden name was Laura Belle Swearengin, was born Oct. 6, 1872 in Chariton County. She and John Quincy Levell were married Mar. 20, 1890 and eight children were born to this union. Mrs. Levell spent her entire life in this community except the last two years she spent in Des Moines.
.....She became a member of the Baptist Church many years ago. She was preceded in death by her husband and four children, three dying in infancy and a son, Everett on Feb. 22, 1947.
....Besides the son of this city and the daughter in Des Moines, Mrs. Levell leaves two other daughters, Mrs. Ada Littrell of New Cambria, and Mrs. Ruth Boyer of Denver, Colorado; 19 grandchildren, 21 great-grandchildren, other relatives and many friends.

Children of JOHN LEAVELL and LAURA SWEARINGEN are:
.....i.....LUCY ANN LEVELL, b. February 03, 1891, Chariton County, Missouri; m. JAMES E. LAKE.
.....ii.....HATTIE ISABELLE LEVELL, b. March 28, 1894, Chariton County, Missouri; d. September 11, 1898, Chariton County, Missouri. Burial: Mt. Pleasant Cem., Farin, Chariton, MO
1342A.....iii.....ADA FLORENCE LEVELL, b. May 02, 1896, Chariton County, Missouri; d. September 03, 1982, Marceline, Linn, Missouri; m. GEORGE EDGAR LITTRELL, October 10, 1914. \ .....iv.....WILLIAM CLYDE LEVELL, b. December 20, 1898, Chariton County, Missouri; d. February 06, 1899, Chariton County, Missouri. Burial: Mt. Pleasant Cem.
1343.....v.....EVERETT WEST LEAVELL, b. August 18, 1900, Chariton County, Missouri; d. February 22, 1947, Marceline, Linn, Missouri, USA; m. RUBY JEWEL MCCONNELL, October 05, 1921, Keyterville, Chariton, Missouri;
.....vi.....INFANT LEVELL, b. June 15, 1903, Chariton County, Missouri; d. June 15, 1903, Chariton County, Missouri.
.....vii.....LAURA RUTH LEVELL, b. March 30, 1906, Chariton County, Missouri; d. March 23, 1970, Denver, Jefferson, Colorado, USA; m. JOHN LOGAN MILLER, June 17, 1926; b. August 31, 1904; d. December 12, 1944, Denver, Jefferson, Colorado, USA. 2nd spouse: JAKE BOYERMore About RUTH LAURA LEVELL: Burial: Crown Hill Cem., Wheat Ridge, Jefferson, Colorado, USA, as is husband Jake.
.....viii.....ALFRED NORRIS LEVELL, b. September 20, 1908, Chariton County, Missouri; d. September 23, 1996, Marceline, Linn County, Missouri, USA; m. CORENE ALBERTA PORE, October 12, 1932, Chariton County, Missouri, USA. More About ALFRED NORRIS LEVELL: Burial: Mount Olivet Cemetery, Marceline, Linn, Missouri.

The Marceline Press, Marceline, Missouri, Sept. 26, 1996
ALFRED N. LEVELL
.....Alfred N. Levell, 88 of Marceline, died Monday, Sept. 23, 1996 at his home in Marceline.
.....Alfred was born Sept. 20, 1908 near Marceline, in rural Chariton County, the son of John Quincy and Laura Belle (Swearingin) Levell. On Oct. 12, 1932 he married Corene Alberta Pore in Keytesville.
.....Alfred worked as a clerk for the Santa Fe Railroad. He retired from the railroad in 1962. He was also a farmer and custodian. He was a musician and played the banjo, guitar and violin.
.....He had been a resident of Marceline since 1945 and belonged to the Presbyterian faith. Survivors include his wife of the home; a niece and her husband, Avonel and Charles Lampe of New Cambria; a nephew and his wife, Leland and Pat Littrell of New Cambria; a nephew, E.J. Levell of Huntington Beach, California; and a nephew, Don Levell of Marceline.
.....He was preceded in death by his parents; three sisters, Lucy Lake, Ada Littrell and Ruth Boyer; and one brother, Everett Levell.
.....Funeral services will be held Sept. 25, 1996 at the Bentley-Delaney Funeral Home in Marceline. Burial will in Mt. Olivet Cemetery.
673. JULIE ANN LEVELL (ANDERSON, JOHN LEAVELL, JAMES, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born March 13, 1876 in Brookfield, Linn, Missouri, USA, and died May 11, 1935 in Prairie Grove, Washington, Arkansas, USA. She married JOHN QUINCY ADAMS Abt. 1905. He was born Abt. 1872 in Illinois, USA.

Children of JULIE LEVELL and JOHN ADAMS are:
.....i.....FRED JACK ADAMS.
1344.....ii.....GLADYS BELLE ADAMS, b. September 25, 1906, Webb City, Jasper, Missouri, USA; d. August 27, 1971, Missouri, USA.

674. ELIZA JANE LEVELL (JOHN LEVELL, JOHN, JAMES, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) b. about 1846, Missouri, USA; m. FRANCIS MARION FREEMAN, b. 21 Apr 1844 Missouri, died 13 Nov 1918. See findagrave.com photo of his tombstone in Eugene Pioneer Cemetery, Eugene, Lane, Oregon, USA, and of a death certificate that says he is a widower but names the late wife as Martha Holloway Freeman.

Notes for ELIZA J. LEVELL:
1880 Census Place Slate Creek, Josephine, Oregon-- Family History Library Film 1255081, NA Film Number T9-1081, Page Number 148B
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Frances M. Freeman...Self...M...Male...W...37...MO...Farmer...KY...KY
Eliza Jane Freeman...Wife...M...Female...W...35...MO... Keeping House... KY...NC
Lutica Freeman...Dau...S...Female...W...9... MO...KY...NC
Virginia E. Freeman...Dau...S...Female...W...7...MO...KY...NC
Martha Jane Freeman...Dau...S...Female...W...5...CA...KY...NC
Henry Clay Freeman...Son...S...Male...W...1...CA...KY...NC

…..i…..FANNIE LUTIEA FREEMAN, born 14 Mar 1870 Missouri; died 02 May 1941 Egene, Lane, Oregon, USA. She married JOHN L. GARDNER, born 25 Jan 1870 Eugene, Lane, Oregon; died 23 Jun 1953 Clatsop County, Oregon, USA. See findagrave.com photo of shared tombsone in Plot: 239-4 of Eugene Pioneer Cemetery, Eugene, Lane, Oregon, USA.
.....ii.....VIRGINIA E. FREEMAN, born abt. 1873 Missouri
.....iii.....MARTHA JANE FREEMAN, born abt. 1875 California
.....iv.....HENRY CLAY FREEMAN, born abt 1879 Slate Creek, Josephine County, Oregon, USA; died Apr. 13, 1883, buried in Plot: 239-5 of Eugene Pioneer Cemetery, Eugene, Lane, Oregon, USA.

674A. GEORGE M. LEVELL (JOHN LEVELL, JOHN, JAMES, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born February 26, 1852 in Linn County, Missouri, USA, and died Bef. 1880. He married BATHSHEBA KING March 16, 1873 in Macon County, Missouri, USA, daughter of JOHN KING and CELIA CAIN. She was born Abt. 1855 in Missouri, USA. He married EMMA FRANCES BRANDENBURG 03 Feb 1898 in Yates, Randolph, Missouri.

Notes for GEORGE M. LEVELL:
Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Valley, Macon, Missouri; Roll: T623_873; Page: 8A; Enumeration District: 88.
George Level...48...Jul 1852...MO, MO, KY...married 2 years...
Emma A Level...Nov 1880...19...MO, MO, MO
Erma Level...3/12...Feb 1900...MO, MO, MO

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Sedalia Ward 2, Pettis, Missouri; Roll: T624_801; Page: 4B; Enumeration District: 0130; Image: 317; FHL Number: 1374814. G M Level...58...MO, MO, MO...marriage 2...married 12 years...watchmaker, shop Emma Level...29...MO, MO, MO...marriage 1...married 12 years...2 children, 2 living...milliner, shop
Erma Level...10...MO, MO, MO
Gracie Level...4...MO, MO, MO

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Brookfield Ward 3, Linn, Missouri; Roll: T625_933; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 71; Image: 726. January 8, 1920
George H Morris...unk...MO, MO, MO...coal miner
Emma Morris...39...MO, MO, MO...
Howard Morris...3 1/12...MO, MO, MO...son
Rogene Morris...11/12...MO, MO, MO...son
Fred R Morris...22...MO, MO, MO...son...bed tester, shoe factory
Mabel V Morris...13...MO, MO, MO...dau
Alice I Level...19...MO, MO, MO...stepdau...laundress, laundry
Grace I Level...14...MO, MO, MO...stepdau...laundress, laundry
Melvin E Level...7...MO, MO, MO...stepson

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Excelsior Springs, Clay, Missouri; Roll: 1183; Page: 6B; Enumeration District: 1; Image: 14.0.
Harvie Morris...63...MO, USA, USA...laborer, farm...married at 47
Emma Morris...49...MO, MO, MO...cook, sanitorium...married at 23
Howard Morris..14...MO, MO, MO...
Rogene Morris...12...MO, MO, MO....

Rootsweb Message Board, 17 Jan 2004, Sharon Anderson:
My ggrandfather George M. Level b. 26/02/1852 Salisbury, Randolph County, MO married Emma Francis Brandenburg (b. 1880 Kaseyville, Macon County, MO) on 03/02/1898 (don't know where exactly)
Children:
Erma Alice Level b. 26/02/1900 Callio, Macon County, MO m. Ralph Sawtell children: Ruth, Richard
Grace Irene Level b. 10/10/1905 Ethel, Macon County, MO m. Sanford L. Brown children Eugene, Vernon
Melvin Level b. 07/08/1913 Macon County, MO
Emma married two more times, I don't know if George died or remarried himself, any information is appreciated.

June 15, 2004
We might be talking about the same person. The only information I have on George Marion Level born 26 February 1852 in Salisbury, Randolph County, Missouri, He married Emma Francis Brandenburg in 3 February 1898 in Yates, Randolph County, Missouri (making him 46 years old, it could be a third marriage) He and Emma had three children including my grandmother Grace Irene Level Brown. George and Emma are in the 1910 census along with Grace in Sedalia, Petis County, Missouri.

Child of GEORGE LEVELL and BATHSHEBA KING is:
.....i.....JOHN OLIVER LEVELL, b. 1875, New Cambria, Macon County, Missouri; d. February 24, 1957, New Cambria, Macon County, Missouri; m. ROSE WOOD; b. July 03, 1878; d. February 05, 1966, New Cambria, Macon, Missouri. Burial: New Cambria Cemetery, Macon Co. MO

Children of GEORGE LEVELL and EMMA FRANCES BRANDENBURG:
.....i.....ERMA ALICE LEVELL, b. 26 Feb 1900 Callao, Macon, Missouri. She m. RALPH H. SAWTELL on 28 May 1921 in Brookfield, Linn, Missouri, and had two children.
.....ii.....GRACE IRENE LEVELL, b. 10 Oct 1905 in Ethel, Macon, Missouri, d. May 1975 in Excelsior Springs, Clay, Missouri; married SANFORD LAWRENCE BROWN on 08 Mar 1921 in Brookfield, Linn, Missouri.
.....iii.....MELVIN EMERY LEVELL, b. 07 Aug 1913 Macon County, Missouri; married FRANCES ROACH September 9, 1932 in Chillicothe, Livingston, Missouri, USA.

675. OLIVIA M. LEVELL (JOHN LEVELL, JOHN, JAMES, JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born October 19, 1855 in Buffalo Lick, Chariton, Missouri, USA and died 23 Jul 1935. She married SAMUEL D. HARRISON 09 Jul 1874 Macon County, Missouri, USA. He was born Mar 1839 in Missouri, USA, and died 18 Aug 1906.

Notes for OLEIVA M. LEVELL:
1880 census Valley, Macon, Missouri
Family History Library Film 1254701; NA Film Number T9-0701; Page Number 538A
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Samuel D. Harrison...Self...M...Male...W...41...MO...Farmer...KY...KY
Olive Harrison...Wife...M...Female...W...25...MO...Keeping House...MO...MO
Alice Harrison...Dau...S...Female...W...17...MO, MO, MO
Lula Harrison...Dau...S...Female...W...14...MO, MO, MO
William H. Harrison...Son...S...Male...W...MO, MO, MO
Mada Harrison...Dau...S...Female...W...MO, MO, MO

Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Valley, Macon, Missouri; Roll: 873; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 0088; FHL microfilm: 1240873.
Sam D. Harrison...61...Mar 1839...MO, KY, VA...
Olivia Harrison...43...Oct 1856...MO, MO, MO...1 child, 1 living
Madie Harrison...20...Nov 1879...MO, MO, MO

Child of OLEIVA LEVELL and SAMUEL HARRISON is:
.....i.....MADIE HARRISON, b. Nov. 1879, Valley, Macon, Missouri, USA, died 1933. She's buried in Mount Zion Cemetery, Macon County, Missouri as Madie L. Stroub. On 13 Feb 1901 in Macon County, MIssouri, she married DANIEL W. STROUB. He was born 13 Nov 1880 Illinois and died 22 Jun 1967.

, 676. THOMAS EVERETT ALSOP (WILLIAM SAMUEL, MARY PURVISS LEAVELL, BURWELL L., JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born January 30, 1860 in Slate Mills, Spotsylvania, Virginia, and died September 22, 1910 in Carlyle, Clinton, Illinois. He married ORPHA OUTHOUSE May 21, 1891 in Huey, Clinton, Illinois, daughter of OLIVER OUTHOUSE and MRS. HOUSMAN. She was born April 18, 1868 in Clinton County, Illinois, and died April 23, 1963 in La Vue, Spotyslvania, Virginia.

Notes for THOMAS EVERETT ALSOP:
1880...Census Place...Widner, Knox, Indiana
Family History Library Film ...1254289; ...NA Film Number ...T9-0289; ...Page Number ...408A
S Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
George R. ALSOP ... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 28 ... VA ... Physician ... VA ... VA
Nancy J. ALSOP ... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 25 ... IN ... Keeping House ... IN ... IN
Thomas B. ALSOP ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 3 ... IN ... ... VA ... IN
William M. L. ALSOP ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 1 ... IN ... ... VA ... IN
Thomas E. ALSOP ... Brother ... S ... Male ... W ... 20 ... VA ... At School ... VA ... VA
.....Thomas Everett attended and lived at the Fredericksburg Military Academy as a way of escaping his stepmother. Following graduation, he went to Yazoo City to visit his Uncle Thomas, then moved to Indiana to be with his brother George at the age of 20. After two years, he returned to Virginia to attend the Virginia Medical School at Richmond, graduating in 1887 as a dentist. He returned to Freelandville where his brother George lived, then moved to Huey, 4 miles east of Carlyle, IL, After his marriage to Orpha Outhouse, he bought the practice of Dr. A.G. McGaffegan in Carlyle and moved into Carlyle.
.....Thomas became ill in 1910, and realizing his death was imminent, he sold his practice and provided a firm financial basis for his family. Only a year later, the stepmother Sarah Broaddus died, finally putting La Vue back into the hands of William Samuel's descendants. As neither George or Thomas's wife Orpha wanted to move to Virginia at that time, Sue Read Alsop, the widow of George's uncle James Addison Alsop, was retained to oversee the estate as its resident manager. Sue Read had lived on the La Vue property, possibly at Hunter's Lodge, since 1879 or 1880, and she now moved into the main house of La Vue.
.....Sue Read Alsop died in 1915, and George and Orpha were faced with a crisis. George did not want to give up his position as President of the American National Bank in Vincennes, and Orpha's youngest daughter Blanche was only 16. A family friend, Ella Parker, was induced to assume the position of caretaker of La Vue.
.....In 1919, the oldest daughter Olive married, and with Blanche being 20 years old, Orpha was ready to move to La Vue. She and Blanche moved that year, and in 1923, Olive and her husband Herman Swanson joined them. The estate was in a sad state of disrepair, and George provided the funds for its renovation. In order to ease the problem of joint ownership, George gave Orpha his half interest in return for a nominal sum. Herman Swanson took over the duties of caretaker, but lacking any farming expertise and desiring to live a life of leisure, he ceased all farming activities and only once sold timber off the land.
.....The period of 1923 to 1933 was marked by George Rush Alsop materially assisting Orpha in the financial management of the estate. When George died, a large number of IOUs were found in his safe deposit box, and George's wife burned them without attempting to collect on the debts. Blanche developed a great dislike of Herman Swanson and moved to New York City to get away from him. According to Blanche, Herman had romantic designs on her, and she henceforth never allowed herself to be alone with him. Fortunately for Blanche, she married well and became rather wealthy. She also helped maintain La Vue by sending money to her mother whenever asked. None of the rest of the family actively supported La Vue with funds, George's family and grandchildren frequently visited La Vue as their "ancestral home."
.....Herman used the Alsop money to support a "country gentleman" life style, and pursued his hobby of buying Oriental rugs. Olive was interested in antiques, and the inherited items from William Samuel, Captain Jack, and even great-great-grandfather George were supplemented with items of high value. Among the Alsop family other than Orpha and Olive, Herman was frequently referred to as "the rat" for selling off Alsop land and living off of Alsop money without contributing anything of value himself. He sold off acreage while telling the family he was acquiring more, and by Orpha's death, the 1,670 acre estate of 1919 had been reduced to only 677 acres.
Although Herman Swanson claimed to have been born into wealth and made a forture himself as an automotive pioneer the truth was much different. He came from a working class family and his father rose from carpenter to foreman in a small furniture manufacturing company in Jamestown, New York. He worked a few years as an engineer at the Franklin Automobile Company, then was employed by the Fox Motor Car Company the short while it was in existence. By the end of 1923 he had had his fill of working for a living and retired to live at La Vue in style. (See separate biography of Herman Swanson.)
.....In 1963 Orpha died and left the La Vue estate to Olive. Blanche was wealthy and unconcerned about money, only occasionally visited La Vue, and usually attempted to time her visits when Herman would be absent. Nonetheless, Orpha willed half of all the personal property and furnishings to Blanche, a bequest that Herman and his attorney kept from Blanche by not allowing her to see the will. Ultimately, Blanche would not recover many of her personal items and furnishings from her own room at La Vue.
.....In 1968 Olive died without a will being located, and Herman inherited the estate. Although Herman's attorney had been involved in writing Orpha's will, Herman and he maintained that Olive had no will. The attorney also maintained that he had no knowledge of Orpha's will, even though his signature was on both codicils. Herman's lawyer wrote Herman's will while Olive's estate was still in probate, and gave himself La Vue on a life estate similar to what William Samuel had done for Sarah Broaddus. Subsequently the attorney was named to the bench, and probating Herman's will in his own court, he gave up the life estate for a payment of $50,000. He assigned laywers from his own firm to handle the estate, and a huge number of valuable items rapidly found their way into Virginia households of friends and political allies of the attorney's firm as well as the attorneys themselves. La Vue was stripped to the bone, and the Alsops specifically disinherited. Thomas and George would have very unhappy over the events that occurred after they died.

More About ORPHA OUTHOUSE: Burial: Carlyle, Clinton, Illinois

Children of THOMAS ALSOP and ORPHA OUTHOUSE are:
.....i.....OLIVE MARIE ALSOP, b. March 23, 1892, Clinton County, Illinois; d. August 02, 1968, La Vue, Spotyslvania, Virginia; m. HERMAN SWANSON, October 18, 1919; b. May 15, 1887, Jamestown, Chautauqua, New York; d. May 12, 1972, La Vue, Spotyslvania, Virginia.

Notes for OLIVE MARIE ALSOP:
Olive was the last Alsop owner of La Vue, and as she supposedly died intestate, La Vue was inherited by Herman Swanson. He purposedly disinherited the Alsops in his will, giving $200,000 to Hampton-Sidney, La Vue to his attorney on a lifetime will, only $5,000 to the sole Alsop to receive anything, Olive's sister Blanche, and after a number of small bequests, the bulk of the estate went to the Educational Fund of his college fraternity, Chi Phi. The Alsop papers, pictures, and personal property were scattered by his attorney, and during the decade after Herman's death historical Alsop photographs and documents could be found for sale at a number of the wretched "antique" shops in the Northern Virginia area.

More About OLIVE MARIE ALSOP: Burial: La Vue, Spotyslvania County, Virginia
.....ii.....CORA GENEVIEVE ALSOP, b. March 25, 1895, Carlyle, Clinton, Illinois; d. May 29, 1896, Carlyle, Clinton, Illinois.
.....iii.....BLANCH SUSAN ALSOP, b. October 18, 1899, Carlyle, Clinton, Illinois; d. September 15, 1986, New York City, New York, New York; m. CLARENCE FREDERICK HANSEN, May 21, 1930; b. March 18, 1891, Neenah, Winnebago, Wisconsin; d. February 19, 1958, New York City, New York, New York.

677. GEORGE RUSH ALSOP (WILLIAM SAMUEL, MARY PURVISS LEAVELL, BURWELL L., JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born December 19, 1851 in Sperryville, Spotsylvania, Virginia, and died October 02, 1933 in Vincennes, Knox, Indiana. He married NANCY JANE MCCLELLAND April 20, 1875 in Sullivan County, Indiana. She was born February 27, 1855 in New Lebanon, Sullivan County, Indiana, and died December 07, 1935 in Vincennes, Knox, Indiana.

Notes for GEORGE RUSH ALSOP:
1880 Knox Co. IN Widner Twp. Freelandsville, IN
ALSOP, George Rust 28 m VA md 20 Apr 1875
Nancy J. Jane 25 f IN wife nee Nancy Jane McCLELLAND
Thomas B. Burwel 3 m " son md Stella Mae GAITHER, 1901
William McClelland 1 m " son md Cora Julia MEYER, 1904
Thomas E. Everett 20 m VA brother md Orpha OUTHOUSE
see 1850 Warren Co. VA, 1870 Spotsylvania Co. VA, 1900 Knox Co. IN, 1900 Clinton Co. IL census.

1880...Census Place...Widner, Knox, Indiana; Family History Library Film ...1254289; NA Film Number ...T9-0289; Page Number ...408A
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
George R. ALSOP ... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 28 ... VA ... Physician ... VA ... VA
Nancy J. ALSOP ... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 25 ... IN ... Keeping House ... IN ... IN
Thomas B. ALSOP ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 3 ... IN ... ... VA ... IN
William M. L. ALSOP ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 1 ... IN ... ... VA ... IN
Thomas E. ALSOP ... Brother ... S ... Male ... W ... 20 ... VA ... At School ... VA ... VA

.....George Rush fled the persecution of his stepmother in 1869, going first to Yazoo City to visit his Uncle Thomas, then to Sullivan, IN, where he taught school for four years. In 1873 he attended Indiana Medical College, then went to the University of Kentucky Medical School where he graduated in 1875. He opened his practice at Freelandville, IN, shortly afterwards, remaining in partnership with a Dr. McDowell for eight years. While at Freelandville, he was joined by his brother Thomas, and convincing Thomas to study medicine, provided the funds that supported his brother through medical school. Following the return of his brother in 1887, George helped him become established with a practice in Huey, IL. The two families remained close until the extinction of Thomas's line.
.....George Rush was elected Knox County Clerk on the Democratic ticket in 1882, and moved to Vincennes to assume the duties of that office. He served four years, then became cashier of the German National Bank in Vincennes. He became the president of the bank in 1911, and reorganized it as the American National Bank during World War I. He held the position of President until his death in 1933. He became one of the most influental persons in Knox County and Vincennes, and the scion of the Alsop family following the death of his father William Samuel. He and his deceased brother Thomas inherited La Vue in the will of William Samuel, taking possession on the death of the stepmother, Sarah Broaddus in 1911.

Children of GEORGE ALSOP and NANCY MCCLELLAND are:
1345.....i.....THOMAS BURWELL ALSOP, b. August 14, 1876, Freelandville, Knox, Indiana, USA; d. July 28, 1908, Carlyle, Clinton, Illinois, USA.
1346.....ii.....WILLIAM MCCLELLAND ALSOP, b. August 04, 1878, Freelandville, Knox, Indiana; d. April 30, 1933, Vincennes, Knox, Indiana.
1347.....iii.....EUSTIS FRANK ALSOP, b. January 22, 1881, Freelandville, Knox, Indiana; d. May 25, 1950, Vincennes, Knox, Indiana.
1348.....iv.....BYRD LAUREL ALSOP, b. January 20, 1883, Freelandville, Knox, Indiana; d. August 11, 1964, Jacksonville, Duval, Florida.
.....v.....GEORGE RALPH ALSOP, b. July 23, 1886, Vincennes, Knox, Indiana; d. December 28, 1923, Vincennes, Knox, Indiana. As a jig (junior grade lieutenant) he was disabled by gas in World War I, Engineer Corps (having graduated in engineering from the University of Colorado). George never married, no issue.
.....vi.....EDITH VIRGINIA ALSOP, b. November 09, 1890, Vincennes, Knox, Indiana; d. June 07, 1961, Vincennes, Knox, Indiana; m. MEREDITH PATTON REED, April 25, 1917; b. February 05, 1893; d. October 19, 1969, Vincennes, Knox, Indiana. Meredith was a veteran of World War I. No issue.
1349.....vii.....JANE LEOTA ALSOP, b. May 10, 1894, Vincennes, Knox, Indiana; d. December 20, 1963, Vincennes, Knox, Indiana.

678. JOSIAH P. GAYLE (CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH LEAVELL, BYRD CARTER, BURWELL L., JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born March 1881 in Virginia, USA, and died Abt. 1959. He married SALLIE FERGUSON. She was born Abt. 1893 in Virginia, USA.

Notes for JOSIAH P. GAYLE:
WORLD WAR I DRAFT
Name: Josiah Pites Gayle
County: Warwick
State: Virginia
Birth Date: 14 Mar 1881
Race: White
FHL Roll Number: 1991376
DraftBoard: 2
315 54th St. Newport News, Virginia
merchant, J. P. Gayle Supply Co.
nearest relative: Sallie Ferguson Gayle, same address
medium height, stout build, blue eyes, light hair

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Newport News Ward 4, Newport News (Independent City), Virginia; Roll T625_1899; Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 118; Image: 516.
Joseph P Gayle...38 ...VA, VA, VA...owns home...can read/write...manager, garage
Sallie F Gayle...27...VA, VA, VA...
Joseah P Gayle...5 6/12...VA, VA, VA...
John F Gayle...4 2/12 ...VA, VA, VA...
Edward W Gayle...1...VA, VA, VA...
Myrtle King...12...USA...servant, white
Lemuel B Eagle...59...boarder...white...VA, USA, USA
Mary A Eagle...51...boarder...white...IN, PA, OH

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Newport News, Newport News (Independent City), Virginia; Roll 2469; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 17; Image: 472.0.
Joseph P Gayle...49...VA, VA, VA...$8000...merchant, automobile
Sallie T Gayle...38...VA, VA, VA
Josiah P Gayle...16...VA, VA, VA
John F Gayle...14 ...VA, VA, VA
Edward W Gayle...11...VA, VA, VA
Elliott T Gayle...9 ...VA, VA, VA
Lelia L Gayle...7...VA, VA, VA
Sallie H Gayle...3...VA, VA, VA
Katherine G Cambell...53...GA, Scotland, England...servant

WORLD WAR II DRAFT REGISTRATION CARD
Name: Josiah Pitts Gayle Sr.
Birth Date: 14 Mar 1881
Birth Place: Spotsylvania
Residence: 315 54th St., Newport News, Virginia
Race: White
Mrs. Sallie F. Gayle, same address
own employer
blue eyes, blonde hair, 5'8", 205 lbs.
Roll: WW2_2370010

Children of JOSIAH GAYLE and SALLIE FERGUSON are:
.....i.....JOSIAH P. GAYLE, b. Abt. 1914.
.....ii.....JOHN F. GAYLE, b. Abt. 1916.
.....iii.
.....iv
.....v.
.....vi.

679. EDWARD L. MCDONALD (JULIA YATES LEAVELL, WILLIAM THOMAS, BURWELL L., JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born September 03, 1870. He married FLORANCE MABEL D. PINNINGER December 20, 1902 in Louisville, Kentucky.

Children of EDWARD MCDONALD and FLORANCE PINNINGER are:
.....i.....EDWARD MCDONALD.
.....ii.....HARRIET MCDONALD.
.....iii.....ANGUS WILLIAM MCDONALD.

680. JULIA TERRIL MCDONALD (JULIA YATES LEAVELL, WILLIAM THOMAS, BURWELL L., JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born October 17, 1873, and died August 19, 1900. She married JOHN W. DAVIS June 20, 1899 in Charleston, Kanawha, West Virginia. He was born April 13, 1873 in Clarksburg, Harrison, West Virginia.

Notes for JULIA TERRIL MCDONALD:
John was a law professor, a Democratic, and a member of the House of Representatives. He was a Mason, an Elk, and a Modern Woodsman.
http://books.google.com/books?id=YWAMAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA726&lpg=PA726&dq=Leavell+genealogy&source=bl&ots=NeX_JE8MbI&sig=qIJXSI2y6oLshz2_NGQP-aW46Fk&hl=en&ei=kh-6SvXgJIuW8Aab-7iMCg&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=9#v=onepage&q=&f=false

Child of JULIA MCDONALD and JOHN DAVIS is:
.....i.....JULIA MCDONALD DAVIS, b. July 23, 1900.

681. MARY AGLIONBY MCDONALD (JULIA YATES LEAVELL, WILLIAM THOMAS, BURWELL L., JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born April 04, 1881 in Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, and died June 20, 1978 in Charles Town, Jefferson, West Virginia, USA. She married ROBERT BROWSE October 21, 1911 in Media, West Virginia. He was born Abt. 1875.

Notes for MARY AGLIONBY MCDONALD:
SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE, 22 June 1978, page six
MARY M. BROWSE
.....Funeral services will be conducted Friday morning at 11:00 at Zion Episcopal Church for Mrs. Mary M. Browse, of 619 South Samuel Street, Charles Town, who died Tuesday in Jefferson Memorial Hospital. The Rev. Roger Henshaw will officiate, interment will be in the church cemetery. Friends will be received at the late residence.
.....The deceased was born in Louisville, Kentucky, April 4, 1881, a daughter of Major Edward H. McDonald and Julia Yates Leavell. She was a housewife, a member of Zion Episcopal Church; a member and past president of the Jefferson County Historical Association; charter member of the Jefferson Garden Club; active in Zion Episcopal's church auxiliary and Jefferson Memorial Hospital Auxiliary; and in many other civic organizations. Her husband, Robert Thomas Browse, preceded her in death.
.....She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. J. Blackwell "Elizabeth Browse" Davis, Charles Town; grandchildren, J. Blackwell Davis Jr., Charles Town; Mrs. Robert Stafford, Sausolito, California; great-grandchildren Robert M. and Scott B. Stafford, Sausolito; and a brother, John Y. McDonald, of Charles Town, the only surviving member of ten children.
.....In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions should be made to Zion Episcopal Church or Jefferson Memorial Hospital.

Child of MARY MCDONALD and ROBERT BROWSE is:
.....i.....ELIZABETH MCDONALD BROWSE, m. J. BLACKWELL DAVIS.

682. MARSHALL WOODROW MCDONALD (JULIA YATES LEAVELL, WILLIAM THOMAS, BURWELL L., JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born August 24, 1884, and died Abt. 1946. He married ERNESTINE HUTTER October 1923 in Lynchburg, Campbell, Virginia, USA. She was born Abt. 1885.

Child of MARSHALL MCDONALD and ERNESTINE HUTTER is:
.....i.....LOUISE MCDONALD.

683. JOHN YATES MCDONALD (JULIA YATES LEAVELL, WILLIAM THOMAS, BURWELL L., JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born January 10, 1887. He married DOROTHY BOSWORTH August 1922 in Elgin, Kane, Illinois, USA. She was born Abt. 1890.

684. JOHN PEGRAM JOHNSON (MARY AGLIONBY LEAVELL, WILLIAM THOMAS, BURWELL L., JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born June 11, 1889 in Crescent, Fayette, West Virginia, USA. He married MURIEL CHRISTIAN. She was born Abt. 1897 in Virginia, USA.

Notes for JOHN PEGRAM JOHNSON:
WORLD WAR I DRAFT REGISTRATION CARD
Name: John Pegram Johnson
City: Richmond
County: Richmond (Independent City)
State: Virginia
Birthplace: West Virginia; United States of America
Birth Date: 11 Jun 1889
Race: Caucasian (White)
Roll: 1985110
DraftBoard: 2

1920 - Richmond Lee Ward, Richmond (Independent City), Virginia
Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Richmond Lee Ward, Richmond (Independent City), Virginia; Roll: T625_1910; Page: 13A; Enumeration District: 85; Image: 624.
John P Johnson...31...WVA, WVA, WVA...rents...can read/write...manufacturer, automobile
Muriel C Johnson...23...VA, VA, VA
Iris D Johnson...4 4/12...VA, WVA, VA
John P Johnson...2 2/12...VA, WVA, VA
Isabell M Christian...19...VA, VA, VA...sister-in-law
Minnie H Christian...55...VA, VA, VA...mother-in-law

WORLD WAR II DRAFT
Name: John Pegram Johnson
Birth Date: 11 Jun 1889
Residence: Richmond, Virginia
Birth: Crescent, West Virginia
Race: White
Roll: WW2_2370172
self employed, W. R. Johnson Coal Company, Charleston, WVA
nearest relative: Muriel C. Johnson, same address

685. FRANCIS LEAVELL JOHNSON (MARY AGLIONBY LEAVELL, WILLIAM THOMAS, BURWELL L., JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born October 26, 1890 in Crescent, Fayette, West Virginia, USA, and died 1969. He married MARGARET TINSLEY MONCURE, daughter of WILLIAM MONCURE and MARGARET TINSLEY. She was born February 28, 1908.

Notes for FRANCIS LEAVELL JOHNSON:
Francis Leavell Johnson, son of Mary Aglionby Leavell and William Ransom Johnson, was born Oct. 26, 1890 in Crescent, Fayette County, West Virginia. He was Episcopalian and a member of Sigma Alpa Epsilum and later in the coal business with his father. He attended VMI 1906-1910. On 5/7/1917 at Fort Myers he was assigned to the 21st U.S. Infantry at San Diego, CA; transferred September 1918 to Co. K, 21st Infantry, 16th division, promoted from second lieutenant to first lieutenant in July 1918 and from there to captain in July 1919. After his discharge in Utah, he was vice president of Old Dominion Coal Corporation of Charleston, West Virginia. http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/WWI/pages/053/0090.html

See also: http://members.fortunecity.com/fpreston/tinjmgar.htm

WORLD WAR I DRAFT REGISTRATION CARD
Name: Francis L Johnson
City: Montgomery
County: Fayette
State: West Virginia
Birthplace: Crescent, West Virginia; United States of America
Birth Date: 26 Oct 1890
Race: Caucasian (White)
Roll: 1992385
DraftBoard: 1
student, ROTC
2nd lieutenant
single
medium height/build, blue eyes, light hair

Notes for MARGARET TINSLEY MONCURE:
http://www.fortunecity.com/millenium/quarrybank/194/tinjmgar.htm has Moncure history

686. ELIZABETH HUNTER THRUSTON LEAVELL (FRANCIS KEYES, WILLIAM THOMAS, BURWELL L., JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born December 02, 1886 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA, and died January 06, 1972 in Melbourne, Brevard, Florida, USA. She married JOSIAH WILLIAM WARE March 04, 1916 in Charles Town, Jefferson, West Virginia, USA, son of REV. JOSIAH WILLIAM WARE. He was born December 21, 1888 in Farmville, Prince Edward County, Virginia, USA, and d. 30 Jun 1968 in Berkeley County, West Virginia, USA. See photo of their shared tombstone at findagrave.com

Notes for ELIZABETH HUNTER THRUSTON LEAVELL:
Marriage record says both were single and living in Shenandoah Junction WVA at time of marriage. See http://www.warefamilies.org/2013/01/ware-leavell-marriage/ for newspaper article on marriage.

SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE, January 13, 1972, page 6
MRS. JOSIAH W. WARE III
.....Funeral services were held on Sunday, Jan. 9, at 4 p.m. from Zion Episcopal Church, Charles Town, for Mrs. Elizabeth Leavell Ware, widow of Josiah W. Ware III, 85, of Melbourne, Fla., a former resident of Charles Town and Shepardstown, who died January 6 in Melbourne, Fla. The Rev. Roger Henshaw, rector of Zion Church, officiated and burial was made in Elmwood Cemetery in Shepardstown.
.....The deceased was born in Baltimore, Md. , Dec. 2, 1886, a daughter of the late Rev. Francis K. and Elizabeth Thurston Hunter Leavell.
.....Surviving are five sons--Edward J. Ware, John N. Ware of Satelitte Beach, Florida, and the Rev. Josiah W. Ware IV of Birmingham, Alabama, Charles M. T. of Mulberry, Fla.; and Francis L. Ware of Orlando, Alabama, also 10 grandchildren.

Children of ELIZABETH LEAVELL and JOSIAH WARE include:
.....i.....JULIA LEAVELL WARE, b. December 26, 1916; d. December 28, 1916.
.....ii.....JOSIAH WILLIAM WARE, b. 05 Jan 1918; d. 15 Nov 1984. He entered the ministry, per http://www.waregenealogy.com/TOWFH-Page12.htm
.....iii.....FRANCIS LEAVELL WARE, b. 09 Dec 1919 West Virginia; d. 07 Apr 2001 Orlando, Orange, Florida, USA.
.....iv.....EDWARD JACQUELIN WARE, b. 14 Apr 1921; d. 20 Feb 1950.
.....v.....
.....vi.....JOHN NOTTINGHAM WARE, b. 21 Oct 1929; d. 10 Feb 1982 Volusia County, Florida. findagrave.com has a photo of his tombstone at Elwood Cemetery, Shepherdstown, Jefferson, West Virginia, USA.

687. HUGH NELSON LEAVELL (EDMUND GOULDER, HUGH CURRAN, BURWELL L., JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born May 07, 1873 in Olathe, Johnson, Kansas, USA, and died April 16, 1924 in Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, USA. He married (1) CLARICE HEWETT 1895. She died 1897. He married (2) HARRIET VIRGINIA RODMAN November 13, 1900 in Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, USA, daughter of JOHN RODMAN and HARRIET RUSSELL. She was born July 12, 1873 in Frankfort, Franklin, Kentucky, USA, and died April 29, 1944 in Jefferson County, Kentucky, USA. Clarissa Hewitt Leavell was buried 18 October 1897 in Louisville, Jackson, KY per "Kentucky Deaths and Burials, 1843-1970" at familysearch.org She's buried in SECTION B Lot 23- Grave: 12 of Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky. See a photo of the tombstone at findagrave.com page for Clarissa "Clarice" Hewitt Leavell.

Notes for HUGH NELSON LEAVELL:
Southern Biographies and Genealogies, 1500s-1940s

Hugh Nelson Leavell, M. D.

.....How distinguished and how prominent a place Dr. Hugh Nelson Leavell, physician and surgeon, established for himself in his profession in his generation, and for generations to come is best known to his colleagues and the Kentucky general public and indeed to the citizenry of the south wherever he was known. It is on record that he was one of the most highly regarded and best beloved physicians not alone in Kentucky but throughout the extensive southern region of his practice and of his university teaching. Dr. Leavell gave himself so unreservedly to his profession from the earliest years of his eminent career therein that he became one of the leading scholars in materia medica in the American Medical Association as well as one of the most skilled of general practitioners, having mastered the various branches of his profession to an unusual degree.
.....Dr. Leavell, a descendant of Burwell Leavell, a French Huguenot who settled in Spottsylvania county, Virginia, and of Governor Thomas Nelson, Jr., of Virginia, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, was born May 7, 1873, in Olathe, Kansas, son of Edmond Goulder and Anna James (Nelson) Leavell. Edmond Goulder Leavell, who survives his son, is a Confederate army veteran, a farmer and landowner, and is held in the highest esteem for his uprightness of character and unfailing sense of justice.
.....Dr. Leavell received his B. A. degree from Shepherd College of Shepherdstown, West Virginia, and his medical degree from the University of Louisville, in Kentucky. After serving his internship in Bellevue Hospital of New York city, he established himself in medical practice in Louisville. He was for several years professor of pediatrics, materia medica and therapeutics in the medical school of the University of Louisville. He was highly successful both as physician and surgeon.
.....Dr. Leavell was a major in the First Kentucky Regiment of Infantry. He was the first president of the Jefferson County Medical Society and was a prominent member of the American Medical Association. A worthy exemplar of the teachings and purposes of the Masonic fraternity, he belonged to the commandery and also attained the thirty-second degree of the Scotish Rite and was a Shriner. He was also a member of the Pendennis and Quindecim Clubs of Louisville. Dr. Leavell maintained a country home at Bellefonte Farm near Staunton, Virginia, and his recreations were riding and golf. He was a communicant of St. Andrew's Protestant Episcopal church of Louisville.
.....Dr. Leavell married first, in 1895, Clarice Hewett, who died in 1897. Three years later, in 1900, he was again married, his second union being with Harriet Virginia Rodman, daughter of General John Rodman, of Frankfort, Kentucky, attorney at law and for twelve years attorney general of the state. Mrs. Leavell is a highly cultured and refined woman and a member of the various women's clubs and organizations [Page 86 In its original form, this page included an image.] of Louisville. She is socially prominent and is a member of the Colonial Dames, in which organization she is Kentucky Chairman of Americanization, her work having been widely recognized as constructive and far-reaching in results. Her activities are numerous and broad in the community, and she is never too much occupied to engage in any worthy undertaking to which she might lend her time, influence and marked executive ability. She counts her friends and acquaintances in Louisville and throughout the state by the hundreds.
.....There are four children in the family of whom she is especially proud. Clarice Hewett, daughter of Dr. Leavell's first marriage, was born in 1897, and was graduated from Vassar College. She married John Winthrop Pennock, M. D., of Syracuse, New York, and their children are: Marian Rodman and Clarice Hewett (twins) and Eunice. The three children born to Dr. Hugh N. and Harriet Virginia (Rodman) Leavell are as follows: Hugh Rodman, who was born in 1902, was graduated from the University of Virginia in 1924 and from the Harvard Medical School in 1926. He married Barbara Peace Hazard, also of Syracuse, New York, and has one son, Hugh Nelson Leavell (II); Charles Grubbs Leavell, whose natal year was 1906, was graduated from the University of Virginia in 1927. John Nelson Leavell, born in 1910, was graduated from the Louisville Male high school in 1927.
.....Concerning the widely known and greatly esteemed and beloved physician who died April 16, 1924, the Kentucky Medical Journal says: "In the death of Dr. Hugh Nelson Leavell the medical profession of Kentucky lost one of its really great practitioners. A Virginian by ancestry, he had all the social graces of the Old Dominion. He was probably the most versatile general practitioner in Louisville, a skillful and kind obstetrician, a beloved physician at the bedside of children, the family physician of a large circle of the most discriminating families of Louisville. He was an expert in practically all the specialties of medicine."
SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE, Friday, Nov. 15, 1940, page 5
40 Years Ago-Nov 13th
Dr. Hugh Nelson Leavell, formerly of this county, was married in Louisville, Ky., to Miss Hattie Rodman, at that city.

1900 Louisville Ward 5, Jefferson County, Kentucky
Eliza Bohon...60...July 1839...male...VA, VA, VA
Melissa Bohon...48...wife...July 1851...VA, VA, VA
Corella Bohon...24...dau...Jan 1876...KY, VA, England
Dr. Hugh N Leavell...27...May 1873...VA, VA, VA...widowed...boarder, doctor
Clarece Leave...2...Oct 1893...KY, VA, VA...boarder

He appears in 1911 directory for Louisville, KY, as Leavell, Hugh N., physician, at the same address as Leavell, George W. , student.

1920 Louisville Ward 7, Jefferson Co. KY
Hugh Nelson Leavell...46...KS...VA...VA...physician
Hallie Rodman Leavell...46...KY...KY...KY
Clarice Hewitt Leavell...dau...22...KY...KS...KY
Hugh Rodman Leavell...son...17...KY...KS...KY
Charles Grubbs Leavell...son...13...KY...KS...KY
John Nelson Leavell...son...9...KY...KS...KY

KENTUCKY DEATH RECORDS
Name: Harriet Virginia Rodman Leavell
[Harriet Virginia Rodman Rodman]
Death Date: 29 Apr 1944
Death Location: Jefferson
Residence Location: Jefferson
Age: 70
Gender: Female
Ethnicity: White
Birth Date: 12 Jul 1873
Birth Location: Frankfort, Kentucky
Spouse's Name: Hugh Nelson Leavell
Father's Name: John Rodman
Father's Birth Location: Kentucky
Mother's Name: Harriet Russell
Mother's Birth Location: Kentucky

Child of HUGH LEAVELL and CLARICE HEWETT is:
1350.....i.....CLARICE HEWETT LEAVELL, b. October 10, 1897, Kentucky, USA; d. February 1983.

Children of HUGH LEAVELL and HARRIET RODMAN are:
1351.....ii.....HUGH RODMAN LEAVELL, b. November 17, 1902, Kentucky, USA; d. November 17, 1976, Richmond, Virginia, USA.
1352.....iii.....CHARLES GRUBBS LEAVELL, b. February 06, 1906, Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, USA; d. March 21, 1992, Charlottesville, Albemarle, Virginia, USA.
.....iv.....JOHN NELSON LEAVELL, b. 1910, Kentucky, USA; d. August 1994, Richmond, Henrico, Virginia, USA; m. LOUISE TALBOT. Notes for JOHN NELSON LEAVELL: Obit in Richmond Times-Dispatch (VA) - August 22, 1994

688. MARY EDWINA LEAVELL (EDMUND GOULDER, HUGH CURRAN, BURWELL L., JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born September 01, 1875 in Jefferson County, West Virginia, USA, and died April 30, 1949. She married DR. RICHARD WINGFIELD GARNETT Abt. 1910, son of JAMES GARNETT and CORNELIA WINGFIELD. He was born February 17, 1881 in Virginia, USA.

Notes for MARY EDWINA LEAVELL:
http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/va_bcdetail.aspx?Id=1460852
Name: Mary E. Leavell
Birth Date: 1 Sep 1875
Birth Place: Shep D., Jefferson Co., West Virginia
Sex: Female
Mother: Anna Leavell
Mother's Age:
Mother's Birth Place:
Father: E.G. Leavell
Note: Farmer
W. T. Leavell, uncle

Name: Mary E. Leavell
Birth date: 01 Sep 1875
Birthplace: Shep D., Jefferson Co., West Virginia
Gender: Female
Father's name: E.G. Leavell
Father's birthplace:
Father's age:
Mother's name: Anna Leavell
Mother's birthplace:
Mother's age:
Christening date:
Christening place:
Paternal grandfather's name:
Maternal grandfather's name:
Paternal grandmother's name:
Maternal grandmother's name:
Death date:
Age at death:
Film number: 829326
Digital GS number: 4130808
Image number: 00092
Reference number:
Source: County Records
Collection: West Virginia Births 1853-1930

LEAVELL, Mary Edwina [1876-1949]
Mary Edwina LEAVELL was the daughter of Edwin and Mary Nelson LEAVELL. She was a graduate of the Women's College, now Westhampton College of the University of Richmond. She also studied at the Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky, in preparation for becoming a foreign missionary. In 1910, Mary Edwina LEAVELL married Dr. Richard Wingfield GARNETT. A person with exceptional intellect and with a gentle and gracious manner, she was handicapped much of her married life by impaired health which forced her and her husband to abandon their plan of becoming missionaries. Mary Edwina Leavell GARNETT was a dedicated homemaker and a devoted wife and mother. She died on April 30, 1940. Four children were born into their home: Cornelia Morton GARNETT; Margaret Nelson GARNETT; Richard Wingfield GARNETT and Hugh Leavell GARNETT. - SOURCE: The Garnetts by William Edward Garnett and Emma Garnet McCoy, 1963, page 38

1920 census - Danville Ward 4, Danville (Independent City), Virginia
Richard W Garnett...38...VA, VA, VA...physician, medical
Edwina D Garnett...42...WVA, VA, VA...
Cornelia Garnett...8...VA, VA, WVA
Margaret Garnett...6...VA, VA, WVA
Richard W Garnett...4 9/12...VA, VA, WVA
Hugh L Garnett...2 3/12...VA, VA, WVA

1930 - Danville, Danville (Independent City), Virginia
Richard Garnett...49...VA, VA, VA...doctor, City Health
Edward L Garnett...53 ...VA, VA, VA...
Cornelia L Garnett...18...VA, VA, VA...
Margret N Garnett...16...VA, VA, VA...
Richard W Garnett...15...VA, VA, VA...
Hugh L Garnett...12...VA, VA, VA...

Children of MARY LEAVELL and RICHARD GARNETT are:
.....i.....CORNELIA MORTON GARNETT, b. Abt. 1912, Virginia, USA.
1353.....ii.....MARGARET NELSON GARNETT, b. Abt. 1914, Virginia, USA.
.....iii.....RICHARD WINGFIELD GARNETT, b. Abt. 1916, Virginia, USA; m. MARGARET TITUS; b. August 22, 1921; d. March 27, 1992.

Notes for RICHARD WINGFIELD GARNETT:
WINGFIELD FAMILY CEMETERY, Charlottesville, Albemarle County, Virginia
Route 676 (Woodlands Road) & Greenmeadows Road
plaque:
In Memory of
NELSON LEAVELL GARNETT, JR.
January 29, 1967 -- October 16, 1991
Beloved Grandson of
Richard Wingfield Garnett, Jr.
and
Margaret T. Garnett

More About MARGARET TITUS: Burial: WINGFIELD FAMILY CEMETERY, Charlottesville, Albemarle County, Virginia

.....iv.....HUGH LEAVELL GARNETT, b. Abt. 1918, Virginia, USA.

689. EDMUND CHARLES LEAVELL (EDMUND GOULDER, HUGH CURRAN, BURWELL L., JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born July 08, 1887 in Jefferson County, West Virginia, USA, and died July 20, 1969 in Staunton, Augusta, Virginia, USA. He married LAVINA MARIE HEVENER, daughter of HENRY HEVENER and HESTER SNYDER. She was born January 12, 1889 in Highland County, Virginia, USA, and died January 16, 1978 in Staunton, Augusta, Virginia, USA.

Notes for EDMUND CHARLES LEAVELL:
Name: Cha'S. Edward Leavell
Birth date: 08 Jul 1887
Birthplace: Charlestown Dist., Jefferson Co., West Virginia
Gender: Male
Father's name: E.G. Leavell
Father's birthplace:
Father's age:
Mother's name: Anna J. Leavell
Mother's birthplace:
Mother's age:
Christening date:
Christening place:
Paternal grandfather's name:
Maternal grandfather's name:
Paternal grandmother's name:
Maternal grandmother's name:
Death date:
Age at death:
Film number: 829326
Digital GS number: 4130808
Image number: 311
Reference number: 71
Source: County Records
Collection: West Virginia Births 1853-1930

1920 - Beverley Manor, Augusta, Virginia
Edmund C Leavell...32...WVA, VA, VA...rents home...letter carrier, city delivery
Marie H Leavell...20...VA, VA, VA
Anna N Leavell...1 2/12...VA, WVA, VA
Edmund G Leavell...72...VA, VA, VA...farmer, general

1930 - Beverley Manor, Augusta, Virginia
C E Level...42...VA, VA, VA...mail carrier, city...married 30
Marie Level...30...VA, VA, VA...married 18...
Nelson Level...11...VA, VA, VA...
Charlotte Level...8 ...VA, VA, VA...
Edmund Ray Level...6...VA, VA, VA...
Edmund Level...82...VA, VA, VA...father

WORLD WAR II ENLISTMENT
Name: Edmund Charles Leavell
Birth Date: 8 Jul 1887
RESIDENCE: Rte. 4, Beverly Manor, Augusta, Virginia
Birth: Jefferson, West Virginia
Race: White
Roll: WW2_2370222
nearest relative: Mrs. Marie Leavell, Rte. 4, Virginia
employer: U.S. post office, Staunton, Augusta, Virginia

....Mrs. Marie (Hevener) Leavell, 79, died 2 A.M. Monday (January 16, 1978) at Winchester Memorial Hospital, where she had been a patient for one week. She was a former resident of Staunton.
....She was born January 12, 1899, in Highland County, daughter of Henry H. and Hester (Snyder) Hevener. She was a member of Memorial Baptist Church.
....Survivors include a son, Edmund R. Leavell of Staunton; two daughters, Mrs. Anna Barber Nelson of Arlington and Mrs. Charlette L. Davis of Falls Church, with whom she made her home; a brother, Harry D. Hevener of Rt. 2, Staunton; a sister, Mrs. Beulah H. Hudlow of Rt. 4, Staunton; four grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Her husband, Charles E. Leavell, died July 20, 1969.
....A service will be conducted 10 a.m. Wednesday in Memorial Baptist Church by the Revs. Temple D. Myers, Thomas Jackson, and Charles G. Leavell. A service will be held 1:30 p.m. at Amissville Baptist Church Cemetery, Amissville.
....Pallbearers will be Richard K. Halterman, John M. Moore, Robert C. Atkins, Lewis C. Cash, Marvin H. Parrish, and Markus Quick.
....The family will receive friends at Henry Funeral Home this evening from 7:30 to 8:30 o'clock.

Children of EDMUND LEAVELL and LAVINA HEVENER are:
.....i.....ANNA NELSON LEAVELL, b. October 02, 1918, Virginia, USA.
1354.....ii.....CHARLOTTE VIRGINIA LEAVELL, b. September 08, 1921, Virginia, USA.
.....iii.....EDMUND RAY "BUSTER" LEAVELL, b. December 08, 1923, Virginia, USA; d. August 17, 1979.

690. FLETCHER CORRIN LEAVELL (JOHN BURWELL, HUGH CURRAN, BURWELL L., JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born January 11, 1898 in Salem, Roanoke, Virginia, USA, and died January 28, 1957 in Augusta County, Virginia, USA. He married EDITH VIRGINIA PANNELL Abt. 1937, daughter of CLETUS PANNELL and LELIA VANCE. She was born April 08, 1914 in Stuart's Draft, Augusta, Virginia, USA, and died July 14, 1989 in Waynesboro, Augusta County, Virginia, USA.

Notes for FLETCHER CORRIN LEAVELL:
SS#071-05-6872 issued in New York.

WORLD WAR I DRAFT
Name: Fletcher Corrin Leavell
County: Hopewell, Prince George
State: Virginia
Birth Date: 11 Jan 1898
Race: White
FHL Roll Number: 1985048
munition worker
relative: Mrs. W. V. Leavell of Salem, Virginia
brown eyes, dark hair, medium height/build

•Florida Department of Health. Florida Marriage Index, 1927-2001. Florida Department of Health, Jacksonville, Florida.
Name: Fletcher Corrin Leavell
Marriage Date: 1929
County of Marriage: Orange
Volume: 72
Certificate: 5813
Source: Florida Department of Health

Ancestry.com. Florida Marriage Indexes, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006
Name: Fletcher Corrin Leavell
Spouse: Elsie Mae Padgett
County of Marriage: Orange
Marriage Date: 1929
Volume: 72
Certificate: 5813
Source: Florida Department of Health

Original data: Florida Department of Health. Florida Divorce Index, 1927-2001. Jacksonville, FL, USA: Florida Department of Health
Name: Fletcher C Leavell
Gender: Male
Spouse's Name: Elsie Mae Leavell
Divorce Date: 1935
County: Hillsborough
Certificate Number: 491

Source Citation: Year: 1940; Census Place: Bath Avenue, Waynesboro, Augusta, Virginia; Roll: T627_4247; Page: 18A; Enumeration District: 8-26. April 30, 1940
Fletcher C. Leavell...42...VA
Edith V. Leavell...25...VA
Fletcher C. Leavell..1...VA
John C. Leavell...6/12...VA

LEAVELL, EDITH P. age 75 yrs. of Waynesboro, Va. mother-in-law of Marjorie Young Leavell formerly of Stanley died 14 Jul 1989. Born 08 Apr 1914 in Stuarts Draft d/o Cletus A. & Lelia Vance Pannell. Her husband, Fletcher C. Leavell died in Jan 1957. Stepmother, Julia Pannell of Bedford. Daughter, Ginger Degler of Waynesboro. Sons, F. C. Leavell of Crimora, Eddie Leavell of Staunton, Milton Leavell of Grafenwohr, West Germany & C. T., William W. & John C. Leavell all of Waynesboro. 2 stepsisters. A brother is deceased. Burial in the Mt. Vernon Church of the Brethren Cemetery in Waynesboro.

More About EDITH VIRGINIA PANNELL: Burial: Mt. Vernon Church of the Brethern, Waynesboro, Augusta, VA, USA

Children of FLETCHER LEAVELL and EDITH PANNELL are:
.....i.....VIRGINIA MAE LEAVELL, b. August 28, 1945, Waynesboro, Augusta, Virginia, USA; d. September 27, 2008, Waynesboro, Augusta County, Virginia, USA.

Notes for GINGER LEAVELL:
.....Virginia Mae (Leavell) Degler departed this life on Saturday, September 27, 2008, at her home of 158 South Bayard Avenue, Waynesboro.
.....Better known to her family as "Ginger," she was born Tuesday, August 28, 1945, in Waynesboro, a daughter of the late Fletcher C., and Edith (Pannel) Leavell. Ginger enjoyed growing flowers and vegetables, and she also enjoyed making crafts and giving them to family and friends.
.....In addition to her parents, an infant son, Ricky, preceded Virginia in death.
..... She is survived by her daughter, Sandra Denny, of Waynesboro; two sons, Charles "Chuck" S. Jarvis, Jr., and James "Jamie" Fletcher Jarvis, both of Fayetteville, NC; six brothers, F.C., John C., Charles T., Edward L., and William W. Leavell, all of Waynesboro, and Milton G. "Bud" Leavell, of Lawton, OK; and seven grandchildren, Natasha Bradley, Mark and Christina Jarvis, Norman Denny, James "Jr.," DeAnna and Ryan Jarvis; and one great granddaughter, Lexis May Denny.
.....A graveside service will be held at 10:00 A.M., on Wednesday, October 1, 2008, at Mt. Vernon Church of the Brethren Church Cemetery, 90 Mt. Vernon Road, Waynesboro, VA 22980, with Reverend Danny Campbell officiating.
.....The family will receive friends from 7:00 to 8:00 P.M., on Tuesday, September 30, 2008, at the funeral home.
.....Relatives and friends are invited to view this obituary and share condolences or memories with the family at http://www.reynoldsfuneralservices.com/
.....ii.....F. C. LEAVELL.
.....iii.....EDDIE LEAVELL.
.....iv.....MILTON LEAVELL.
.....v.....WILLIAM WAYNE LEAVELL, b. August 13, 1941, Waynesboro, Augusta, Virginia, USA; d. October 18, 2009; m. PEGGY JEAN MARSHALL.
==Published in Waynesboro News Virginian on October 21, 2009
William Wayne "Bill" Leavell
.....William Wayne "Bill" Leavell, 68, of Wickham Lane, Waynesboro, died Sunday, October 18, 2009, at home.
.....He was born August 13, 1941, in Waynesboro, a son of the late Fletcher and Edith (Pannell) Leavell.
.....Surviving are his wife, Peggy Jean Marshall Leavell; five sons; one daughter; five brothers; and a number of grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and nieces and nephews.
.....A graveside service will be held 2 p.m. Wednesday, October 21, 2009, at Mount Vernon Church of the Brethren Cemetery by the Reverend Dee Flory.
.....McDow Funeral Home is handling arrangements.
.....Condolences may be expressed online at www.mcdowfuneralhomeinc.com.
.....vi.....JOHN C. LEAVELL.

691. MARY ELIZABETH LEAVELL (JOHN BURWELL, HUGH CURRAN, BURWELL L., JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born February 11, 1905 in Salem, Roanoke, Virginia, USA, and died May 18, 1999 in Salem, Roanoke, Virginia, USA. She married JOHN W. HULL December 31, 1928 in Mount Vernon Place Methodist Church, Washington, DC, USA. He was born December 09, 1905 in Toledo, Lucas, Ohio, USA, and died February 17, 1972 in Salem, Roanoke, Virginia, USA. Notes for MARY ELIZABETH LEAVELL: Obit in ROANOKE TIMES May 19, 1999 and May 20, 1999

692. NENA VIRGINIA LEAVELL (JOHN BURWELL, HUGH CURRAN, BURWELL L., JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born February 16, 1911 in Salem, Roanoke, Virginia, USA, and died February 23, 2004 in Martinsville, Henry, Virginia, USA. She married CLAUDE ALLEN GARDNER. He was born Abt. 1905, and died in Martinsville, Henry, Virginia, USA.

Notes for NENA VIRGINIA LEAVELL:
http://www.martinsvillebulletin.com/Archive/2004/Feb%20'04/f022504.htm (THE MARTINSVILLE BULLETIN)
Nena L. Gardner
.....Nena Leavell Gardner, 93, of 204 Pine St., Martinsville, died Monday, Feb. 23, 2004, at Memorial Hospital of Martinsville and Henry County.
.....She was born in Salem on Feb. 16, 1911, to John Burwell Leavell and Willie Virginia Hurt Leavell, both deceased. She also was preceded in death by her husband, Claude Allen Gardner; a sister, Mary L. Hull; and five brothers, John Collins Leavell, Fletcher Corrin Leavell, H. Golden Leavell, T. Campbell Leavell and Frank G. Leavell.
.....A resident of Martinsville for most of her life, she was a charter member of Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, where she served as church organist from 1951 to 1991 and was a member of the Women's Circle. She also taught piano lessons locally for many years.
.....Surviving are one daughter, Lucille Cassady of Martinsville; one son, C. Oscar Gardner of Axton; four grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.
.....The funeral will be held at 1 p.m. Friday at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church with the Rev. Lynn A. Bechdolt officiating. Burial will be in Roselawn Burial Park.
....The family will receive friends at McKee-Stone Funeral Services from 7-8:30 p.m. Thursday.
Memorial contributions may be made to: Holy Trinity Lutheran Church Memorial Fund, P.O. Box 5184, Martinsville, Va. 24115, or the Adult Day Care Center, P.O. Box 4184, Martinsville, Va. 24115

Nena L. Gardner
.....The funeral for Nena Leavell Gardner, 93, who died Feb. 23, 2004, was held Friday at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church with the Revs. Lynn A. Bechdolt and William Kinser officiating. Burial followed in Roselawn Burial Park.
.....Pallbearers were Matthew Lester, Michael Lester, John Leavell, Albert "Butch" Stultz, Mark Stultz, Tony Patton, Jonathan Phillips and Charles Speakman.
.....McKee-Stone Funeral Services was in charge of arrangements.

693. JOSEPH EARL MCGEHEE (ADRIAN, EVELYNA L. F. LEAVELL, BURWELL L., JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born November 10, 1886 in Burnet County, Texas, and died July 1983 in Lampasas, Lampasas, Texas. He married HATTIE WINNIE ROBERTS.

694. IDA GAYLE LEAVELL (WILLIAM THOMAS, JOHN MINOR, BURWELL L., JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born September 01, 1876 in Spotsylvania County, Virginia, USA, and died February 27, 1959 in Portsmouth, Virginia. She married ROBERT ESMOND HOLLOWAY April 05, 1899 in Trinity Church, Stafford, Virginia, USA, son of ROBERT HOLLOWAY and LILIE ?. He was born April 02, 1874 in Caroline County, Virginia, USA, and died October 20, 1957 in Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania, Virginia, USA.

Notes for IDA GAYLE LEAVELL:
Stafford Co. VA
HOLLOWAY, Robert Edward POB Caroline Co POR Norfolk age 25 S cabinet maker mechanic s/o Robert G. & Lilie S. Holloway & LEAVELL, Ida Gayle; age 22 S POB Spotsylvania Co POR Fredericksburg d/o William T. & Fanny G. Leavell; POM Trinity Ch, Spotsylvania Co 5 Apr 1899 FMR FML

Child of IDA LEAVELL and ROBERT HOLLOWAY is:
.....i.....WALTER GOULDER HOLLOWAY, b. November 29, 1908, Portsmouth, Virginia; d. March 28, 1998, Wheatland, Platte, Wyoming, USA.

"Virginia, Marriages, 1785-1940" at familysearch.org
Name: Walter Golden Holloway
Birth Date: 1910
Birthplace: Portsmouth, Va.
Age: 22
Spouse's Name: Mary Malinda Brinkley
Spouse's Birth Date: 1914
Spouse's Birthplace: Portsmouth, Va.
Spouse's Age: 18
Event Date: 04 Jan 1932
Event Place: Portsmouth, Virginia
Father's Name: R. C. Holloway
Mother's Name: Ida Leavelle
Spouse's Father's Name: C. H. Brinkley
Spouse's Mother's Name: Elfreda Harrison
Race: White
Marital Status: Single
Previous Wife's Name:
Spouse's Race: White
Spouse's Marital Status: Single
Spouse's Previous Husband's Name:
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M01224-5
System Origin: Virginia-EASy
GS Film number: 2048495
Reference ID: 1932 ln 5
695. M. ELLIE AMISS LEAVELL (WILLIAM THOMAS, JOHN MINOR, BURWELL L., JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born January 17, 1882, and died May 10, 1914. She married ADDISON GORDON BILLINGSLEY October 1901, son of JOHN D. BILLINGSLEY. He was born March 16, 1872 in Orange County, Virginia, USA.

Notes for M. ELLIE AMISS LEAVELL:
Addison moved to Culpeper Co. VA with his father and served in the Spanish American War. He was a member of the Elks and the Sons of Confederate Veterans. He lived in Fredericksburg, VA. The family were Episcopalians.

"Virginia, Marriages, 1785-1940" at familysearch.org
Name: Addison Gordon Billingsley
Birth Date: 1873
Birthplace: Orqange Co., Va
Age: 28
Spouse's Name: Mary Ellen Annie Leavell
Spouse's Birth Date: 1882
Spouse's Birthplace: Spotsylvania Co., Va.
Spouse's Age: 19
Event Date: 08 Oct 1901
Event Place: Fredericksburg, Virginia
Father's Name: Jno. D.
Mother's Name: Bettie
Spouse's Father's Name: Wm. T.
Spouse's Mother's Name: Fanny G.
Race: White
Marital Status: Single
Previous Wife's Name:
Spouse's Race: White
Spouse's Marital Status: Single
Spouse's Previous Husband's Name:
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M01976-1
System Origin: Virginia-EASy
GS Film number: 2048487
Reference ID: rn 17

Sources include THE BILLINGSLEY FAMILY (BILLINGSLY-BILLINGLEA) IN AMERICA

Children of M. LEAVELL and ADDISON BILLINGSLEY are:
.....i.....FRANCES LEE BILLINGSLEY, b. October 18, 1902; d. November 18, 1922.
.....ii.....JOHN DABNEY BILLINGSLEY, b. November 03, 1904. John graduated from West Point in 1928 and was lieutenant of Field Artillery in 1931.
.....iii.....SARAH ELIZABETH BILLINGSLEY, b. March 21, 1908.
.....iv.....WILLIAM BARBER BILLINGSLEY, b. April 06, 1910.
.....v.....ADDISON GORDON BILLINGSLEY, b. January 26, 1912.
.....vi.....ERNEST LEAVELL BILLINGSLEY, b. April 09, 1914.

696. MARY MILDRED LEAVELL (BENJAMIN ASHBY, JOHN MINOR, BURWELL L., JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born March 1893 in Virginia, USA. She married (1) PAUL DE VOE SLEEPER. He was born 3 Oct 1889 in Palmyra, Burlington, New Jersey, USA, and died December 1971 Washington, D.C.; they must have been divorced. She married (2) Robert B. Malone, born about 1893 Massachusetts.

WORLD WAR I DRAFT REGISTRATION CARD
Name: Paul De Voe Sleeper
RFD #1 Hampton
County: Elizabeth City
State: Virginia
Birthplace: Palmyra, New Jersey; United States of America
Birth Date: 3 Oct 1889
Race: Caucasian (White)
FHL Roll Number: 1984711
Plant engineer's office, Newport News S & D
wife and one child
midshipman, U.S. Naval Academy
brown eyes, grey hair, average height, slender build

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Newport News Ward 4, Newport News (Independent City), Virginia; Roll: T625_1899; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 112; Image: 344. January 3, 1920
Paul Sleeper...30...NJ, NJ, NJ...plant engineer
Mildred Sleeper...26...DC, Virginia, DC...able to read/write
Elizabeth Sleeper...5...VA, NJ, DC
Paul Sleeper...1 6/12 ...VA, NJ, DC
Jennie Maguire...14...PA, NC, Ireland...servant
John Leavell...25...VA, VA, DC

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Washington, Washington, District of Columbia; Roll: 294; Page: 9B; Enumeration District: 0080; Image: 294.0; FHL microfilm: 2340029. Robert B. Malone...36...MA, MA, PA...retired Mildred S. Malone...36...DC, DC, DC...proprietor, gown shop Florence N. Malone...3...DC, MA, DC...dau Elizabeth C. Sleeper...15...VA, NJ, DC...stepdau Paul Sleeper...11...VA, NJ, DC...stepson Source Citation: Year: 1940; Census Place: Alexandria, Alexandria City, Virginia; Roll: T627_4304; Page: 63A; Enumeration District: 101-1. Address: 222 Fairfax Mildred L. Malone...46...DC...high school, 4 yr...owns home, $65/month if rented... Florence N. Malone...13...DC...6 years school Mary Ann Malone...5...DC Paul DeVee Sleeper...21...VA...completed college, 3 yr Name: Paul Sleeper
SSN: 578-46-5680
Last Residence: 20008 Washington, District of Columbia, District of Columbia, United States of America
Born: 3 Oct 1889
Died: Dec 1971
State (Year) SSN issued: District of Columbia (1951-1952)

697. LUCY LOUISE LEAVELL (JACKSON EDMUND BYRD STUART, JOHN MINOR, BURWELL L., JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born August 02, 1897. She married CHARLES J. BLAKE Abt. 1920. He was born 01 Oct 1894, Virginia, and d. 26 Nov 1980 Wilmington, New Hanover, North Carolina.

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Greensboro, Guilford, North Carolina; Roll: 1694; Page: 3B; Enumeration District: 26; Image: 1104.0; FHL microfilm: 2341428
Charles J Blake...36...VA, NC, VA...proprietor, insurance
Louise E Blake...32...VA, VA, VA...stenographer, insurance
Charles J Blake...8...NC, VA, VA

Name: BLAKE, LOUISE LEAVELL
Date of Birth: August 02, 1897
Death Date: March 29, 1984
Sex: Female
Race: White
Age: 86 Years
Place of Occurrence: Wilmington, New Hanover, North Carolina
Place of Residence: Wilmington. New Hanover, North Carolina
Autopsy: No
Hospital: Home
Marital Status: Widowed
Attendant: Physician
Mode of Burial: Burial out of state
State of Birth: Virginia
SSN: 241521995
Fathers Surname: LEAVELL

698. BLANCHE NEWTON LEAVELL (JACKSON EDMUND BYRD STUART, JOHN MINOR, BURWELL L., JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born August 13, 1900 in Reciefe, Brazil and d. 31 Mar 1982. She married HENRY DAVIS BLAKE Abt. 1937. He was born 28 April 1896 Raleigh, Wake, North Carolina and d. 02 May 1984. Blanche and Henry lived in North Carolina.

Children of BLANCHE LEAVELL and HENRY BLAKE are:
.....i.....FRANCIS BYRD BLAKE.
.....ii.....FRANCES BYRD BLAKE.

699. DR. BYRD STUART LEAVELL (JACKSON EDMUND BYRD STUART, JOHN MINOR, BURWELL L., JOHN, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born Abt. 1909, and died Abt. 1979. He married NANCY BUTZNER 1939 in Fredericksburg, Virginia, USA. She died Abt. December 04, 1995 in Virginia, USA.

Notes for DR. BYRD STUART LEAVELL:
SOCIAL SECURITY DEATH INDEX
Name: Byrd Leavell
SSN: 227-48-5417
Last Residence: 22901 Charlottesville, Albemarle, Virginia, United States of America
Born: 29 Dec 1910
Died: Nov 1979
State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (1955 )

Dr. Leavell worked with the University of Virginia Hospital.

http://hsc.virginia.edu/hs-library/historical/8evac/biblio.html
Leavell, Byrd Stuart. The 8th Evac: A History of the University of Virginia Hospital Unit in World War II. Richmond: Dietz, 1970.
This book is the source of most of the information for the exhibit. Dr. Leavell graduated from the University of Virginia School of Medicine in 1935 and became a member of the Faculty of Medicine in 1939. He attained the rank of major in the war and was awarded the bronze star medal. According to the forward in his book, he was asked during the war to write about the University of Virginia-affiliated unit. Thankfully he did so, as his book gives an extensive history of the 8th Evac.

http://www.healthsystem.virginia.edu/Internet/library/historical/uva_hospital/8evac/luscombe.cfm
Randal Luscombe
.....Mr. Luscombe expanded on the story in Dr. Byrd Leavell's book, The 8th Evac, concerning a fence Luscombe was building at Leavell's request. As told in the book, the breakfast conversation one morning included:
....."Yes, Luscombe is a remarkable fellow."
....."Yes."
....."The first time I had anything to do with Luscombe was when we were on the advance party at Teano. I was telling him how I wanted a fence built, marking it off and all that. He said, 'Captain, you don't have to tell me a thing. I've been building fences all my life; there's nobody that can build a straighter fence than I can. You go and do something else. I'll build the fence, and it will be a helluva lot better than anything you have in mind.' He did, too."
.....Mr. Luscombe added that Dr. Leavell had been talking to him about the fence and was holding on to the side of a fencepost which was to be pounded into the ground. About the time that Mr. Luscombe started the swing of his sledgehammer, Dr. Leavell moved a hand to the top of the post. Mr. Luscombe was able to miss the post and hand only by altering, not stopping, his swing. He nearly hit his own toe as the sledgehammer smashed into the ground. That was when he suggested Dr. Leavell leave the fence building to him.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2279501/pdf/tacca00097-0057.pdf
BYRD S. LEAVELL
"He was a verray parfit gentil knight"
-Chaucer
WILLIAM B. BEAN
....Byrd Leavell died of a third heart attack on 5 November, 1979. He and his family had had a decade of grace after his first serious heart attack. Many of us would have changed our outlook, program or style. Byrd did not do this, except in taking regular exercise, for there was nothing else to improve.
....Byrd Leavell was born two days before the end of December, 1910 in Washington, D.C. but he and his family were from and of Culpeper, Virginia. He came to Charlottesville to go to medical school at the University of Virginia after graduating from the Virginia Military Institute with major honors. Our class arrived during the economic disaster later dignified as The Depression. Byrd was tall; at first glance he seemed ungainly with a charming loping walk as though he were gliding on universal joints. His sharp mind soon commanded attention. He had about him a subtle aura that created pleasure in others. People sought his company and were rewarded with surprisingly playful but apposite commentary which could dissolve solemnity and destroy pomposity.
....Byrd's center of gravity was family, the one he came from, and then his own. Nancy, his wife, was mother of his children, helpmate, supporter, organizer and hostess. They were a perfect match. During our time when mutual support, love and concern move so few, a visit with Byrd and Nancy illuminated a way of life that was fine and good. Their two daughters and son remain directly or indirectly in their father's medical tradition.
....Byrd's medical career was a model of excellence in which he reached distinction as an academic leader. As a house officer at Cornell's New York Hospital, his talents, compassion and judgment grew. He returned to Charlottesville to work first in cardiology with "Eddie" Wood and then with Andrew D. Hart, a wise and perceptive physician who used Student Health to teach any sick or healthy student about the profoundly important but complex interactions of mind, body and spirit.
....Byrd's steady progression was deflected but not stopped by World War II and the call to duty in the "8th Evac", the University of Virginia unit, Byrd saw in action in Africa and Italy. Toward the end of the war he became head of the Medical Service. His nostalgic story of those years, "The 8th Evac", is one of the minor classics of World War II medicine.
....When the war was over he returned, now full of interest in hematology in which he became expert, organizing a Division notable for training an array of skilled hematologists who mastered and practiced the techniques and concerns of this expanding specialty. Byrd's studying and learning led him, in collaboration with a former student, Oscar Thorup, to produce a fine textbook "Fundamentals of Clinical Hematology" which was going through its fifth edition at the time of his death.
....His administrative responsibilities saw him Assistant Dean from 1958- 1961, acting Chairman of the Department of Internal Medicine in 1964- 1965, and he was Chairman of the Department from 1966-1968. This position he felt obliged to give up after his first heart attack. He published a number of books and more than 50 papers and monographs on medical subjects. He was a member of the important medical and honor societies and in 1972 received the University of Virginia's Distinguished Professor Award, the first given to anyone in the School of Medicine. In November of 1976 he received the Distinguished Service Award of the Virginia Military Institute Foundation. A room in the new Health Sciences Library, a Leavell Award in Hematology and a Byrd Leavell Chair in the College of Medicine have been established by colleagues, residents, patients and friends. ....When one of our intimate colleagues dies our first reaction is shock followed promptly by grief. As time goes on we reflect and reminisce about those characteristics and attributes which led to friendship and, in certain rare persons, we discover a fineness of character and high excellence of spirit which is as unusual as it is cherished. Byrd Leavell had many qualities and capacities which made him unique and a brief tribute cannot deal with them or sum them up.
....The first impression Byrd made was deceptive. He was tall with a casual kind of slouchy way of handling himself which was surprisingly graceful withal. Indeed, economy of effort and motion were characteristic.His approach and his manner were so relaxed that his mental agility and growing scholarship were likely to surprise the observer and change their first reactions. He had about him an effortless charm that created warmth and pleasure. Consciously or unconsciously people sought his company and they were always rewarded. Because of his magnetism he exerted a powerful influence on those in close contact with him. Because of his strong and steadfast character, his firm beliefs and high ideals, the influence he had, though not always immediately recognized, was strong and helpful. He was bright and diligent. Very few people with strong character, creative leadership and intellectual brilliance survive such gifts without becoming spoiled or wasting their talents. That never happened to Byrd. Although the plenty of his good points might have evoked in others a twinge of jealousy, I never knew of its occurring.
....How does one combine and achieve so much even from a happy blend of genes and environment? He came from a devoted family where upbringing exemplified sterling Christian characteristics of honor, probity and that currently unpopular word, righteousness. His own family life with his devoted wife Nancy, was one in which affection radiated its warmth to all who came near. His two daughters are married to physicians. One, Ann is married to Herbert Reynolds, a member of our Association. Lucy is married to Dr. Scott Vogel, and Byrd Stuart Leavell, Jr., M.D. is now on the staff at the University of Virginia.
....Byrd Leavell's funeral at the University of Virginia was memorable for the spontaneous and widespread reaction of the whole countryside. Tributes of love, affection and admiration were unending and as deeply felt as they were many. A monument may mark the grave of those whom we ultimately forget, but the goodness and character of a fine physician remain without a carved stone, wrought in the stuff of other mens' lives and deeds. Byrd cannot be epitomized but reminds us of what Latham said of a beloved brother, an "Unobtrusive but accomplished highminded Christian gentleman" and he is eminently worthy to join that great company of doctors who, in Osler's words "have influenced the profession less by their special work than by exemplifying those graces of life and refinements of heart which make character".
SOCIAL SECURITY DEATH INDEX Name: Byrd Leavell SSN: 227-48-5417 Last Residence: 22901 Charlottesville, Albemarle, Virginia, United States of America Born: 29 Dec 1910 Died: Nov 1979 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (1955 ) Notes for NANCY BUTZNER:
Obit in RICHMOND-TIMES DISPATCH Dec. 4, 1995

Children of BYRD LEAVELL and NANCY BUTZNER are:
.....i.....LUCIE B. LEAVELL.
.....ii.....ANNIE BROWNING LEAVELL.
1355.....iii.....BYRD STUART LEAVELL.

700. ABRAHAM BELTON NEAL (REBECCA BELTON, JOHN, SUSANNAH LEAVELL, ROBERT, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born April 22, 1809 in Pendleton District, South Carolina, USA, and died January 13, 1853 in West Armuchee, Walker, Georgia, USA. He married REBECCA PICKENS February 12, 1829 in Athens, McMinn, Tennessee, USA. She was born May 18, 1808 in South Carolina, USA.

Notes for ABRAHAM BELTON NEAL:
http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=bbrooks&id=I5619

1850 - West Armuchee, Walker, Georgia
A. B. Neal...41...SC...$3000
Rebecca Neal...42...SC
John M. Neal...20...TN
Reese B. Neal...19...TN
Andrew J. Neal...17...TN
Wm. C. Neal...15...TN
Charles A. Neal...13...TN
Robert P. Neal...11...TN
Abraham H. Neal...9...GA
Joseph B. Neal...7...GA
Benj. F. Neal...7...GA
Nancy R. Neal...5...GA
Mary E. Neal...3...GA
Candice Henderson...20...SC

Children of ABRAHAM NEAL and REBECCA PICKENS are:
.....i.....JOHN MEEKS NEAL, b. November 25, 1829, Walker County, Tennessee, USA.
1356.....ii.....ANDREW JACKSON NEAL, b. 1832, Tennessee, USA; d. 1898.
1357.....iii.....REECE BOWEN NEAL, b. June 30, 1832, Tennessee, USA; d. 1904.
1358.....iv.....WILLIAM KENNEDY NEAL, b. 1835, Tennessee, USA; d. 1929, Weatherford, Parker, Texas, USA.
1359.....v.....CHARLES ASBURY NEAL, b. 1836, Tennessee, USA; d. 1910.
1360.....vi.....ROBERT PICKENS NEAL, b. November 17, 1838, Tennessee, USA; d. 1922.
1361.....vii.....ABRAHAM HARRISON NEAL, b. December 08, 1840, Walker County, Georgia, USA; d. 1919, Lafayette, Walker, Georgia, USA.
1362.....viii.....BENJAMIN FRANKLIN NEAL, b. July 17, 1842, Walker County, Georgia, USA.
1363.....ix.....JOSEPH BENSON NEAL, b. July 17, 1842, Walker County, Georgia, USA; d. Abt. 1923, Lubbock County, Texas, USA.
1364.....x.....NANCY REBECCA NEAL, b. November 02, 1844, Walker County, Tennessee, USA; d. 1922, Greenbush, Walker, Georgia, USA.
1365.....xi.....MARY ELIZABETH NEAL, b. 1846, Walker County, Georgia, USA; d. 1921, Lafayette, Walker, Georgia, USA.
.....xii.....AMANDA M. NEAL, b. 1848, Georgia, USA.

701. ELIZABETH A. NEAL (REBECCA BELTON, JOHN, SUSANNAH LEAVELL, ROBERT, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born August 11, 1811 in South Carolina, and died February 04, 1892 in Jacksonville, Cherokee, Texas. She married REECE PICKENS November 08, 1827. He was born January 18, 1806. Notes for ELIZABETH A. NEAL: Died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. A.B. Merritt, in Jacksonville, Cherokee, Texas.

Children of ELIZABETH NEAL and REECE PICKENS are:
.....i.....JOHN MIERS PICKENS, b. 1828.
.....ii.....REBECCA JANE PICKENS, b. 1829.
.....iii.....ROBERT NEAL PICKENS, b. 1831.
.....iv.....NANCY ANN PICKENS, b. 1833.
.....v.....MARY ELIZABETH PICKENS, b. 1836.
.....vi.....AMANDA MAGENA PICKENS, b. 1838.
.....vii.....MARTHA PARALLE PICKENS, b. 1840.
.....viii.....PERNECIE PICKENS, b. 1842.
.....ix.....ANDREW JACKSON PICKENS, b. 1845.
.....x.....HARRIS TAYLOR PICKENS, b. 1848.
.....xi.....LOUISA CARDINE PICKENS, b. 1850.
.....xii.....WILLIAM KENNEDY BRITTAIN PICKENS, b. 1853.
.....xiii.....SARAH JOSEPHINE PICKENS, b. 1859.

702. MAGENA M. NEAL (REBECCA BELTON, JOHN, SUSANNAH LEAVELL, ROBERT, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born September 19, 1813 in Pendleton District, South Carolina. She married WILLIAM D. SMITH January 12, 1833.

Children of MAGENA NEAL and WILLIAM SMITH are:
.....i.....JOHN SMITH, b. 1837.
.....ii.....SIDNEY SMITH, b. 1839.
.....iii.....TENNESSEE SMITH, b. 1840.
.....iv.....JOSEPH SMITH, b. 1843.
.....v.....HARRIET SMITH, b. 1846.

703. MARY BELTON NEAL (REBECCA BELTON, JOHN, SUSANNAH LEAVELL, ROBERT, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born July 16, 1816 in Newberry District, South Carolina, and died November 11, 1859 in Benton, Polk, Tennessee. She married JAMES MADISON DUNN December 19, 1833 in Benton County, Alabama. He was born May 13, 1812 in South Carolina. More About MARY BELTON NEAL: Burial: Benton City Cemetery, Benton, Polk, TN

Children of MARY NEAL and JAMES DUNN are:
1366.....i.....JOHN NEAL DUNN, b. 1835, Alabama.
1367.....ii.....ABRAM B. DUNN, b. June 21, 1837, Alabama; d. May 28, 1884, McMinn County, Tennessee.
.....iii.....PASCAL D. DUNN, b. 1842, Tennessee.
1368.....iv.....BENJAMIN MEEKS DUNN, b. February 13, 1843, Benton, Polk, Tennessee, USA; d. June 25, 1913.
1369.....v.....JAMES MADISON DUNN, b. 1848, Tennessee.
.....vi.....REBECCA MAGENA DUNN, b. 1850, Tennessee.
1370.....vii.....CHARITY KATHERINE DUNN, b. January 1855, Tennessee.

704. CHARITY TEAGUE NEAL (REBECCA BELTON, JOHN, SUSANNAH LEAVELL, ROBERT, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born May 07, 1818 in Newberry District, South Carolina, and died 1885 in Iowa. She married THOMAS CAMP December 20, 1835 in Benton County, Alabama. He was born 1814.

Notes for CHARITY TEAGUE NEAL:
Two of the Camp sons served in the Civil War. There is also a very good 1885 biography of Charity Teague Neal Camp and of Thomas Camp published in Knox County, IL.

Children of CHARITY NEAL and THOMAS CAMP are:
.....i.....JOHN NEAL CAMP.
.....ii.....REBECCA CAMP.
.....iii.....HENRY CLAY CAMP.
.....iv.....SARAH CAMP.
.....v.....MARGARET CAMP.
.....vi.....ELIZABETH CAMP.
.....vii.....IVA CHARITY CAMP.

705. NANCY BELTON NEAL (REBECCA BELTON, JOHN, SUSANNAH LEAVELL, ROBERT, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born November 28, 1822 in Newberry District, South Carolina, USA. She married WILLIAM PINKNEY BRITTAIN June 23, 1839 in Benton County, Alabama, USA. "Pink" Brittain was murdered by a disgruntled son of his second wife, whom he had divorced.

Children of NANCY NEAL and WILLIAM BRITTAIN are:
.....i.....O. E. BRITTAIN.
.....ii.....SERAPHINA BRITTAIN.
.....iii.....BELZORA F. BRITTAIN.
.....iv.....LAURA J. BRITTAIN.
.....v.....BILL P. BRITTAIN.
.....vi.....ELLEN I. BRITTAIN.
.....vii.....REBECCA J. BRITTAIN.
.....viii.....SAM HOUSTON BRITTAIN.

706. SARAH JANE NEAL (REBECCA BELTON, JOHN, SUSANNAH LEAVELL, ROBERT, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born December 12, 1827 in Newberry District, South Carolina, and died August 11, 1904 in Rusk, Cherokee County, Texas. She married ALVIN SHATTUCK July 28, 1845. He was born 1825.

Children of SARAH NEAL and ALVIN SHATTUCK are:
.....i.....JOHN ARTEMUS SHATTUCK, b. 1846.
.....ii.....DAVID WILLIAM SHATTUCK, b. 1848.
.....iii.....ABRAHAM NEAL SHATTUCK, b. 1852.
.....iv.....BEVERLY W. SHATTUCK, b. 1855.
.....v.....EMMA BELTON SHATTUCK, b. 1860.
.....vi.....ELIZA ALICE SHATTUCK, b. 1863.

707. DR. JOHN TEAGUE NEAL (REBECCA BELTON, JOHN, SUSANNAH LEAVELL, ROBERT, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born September 24, 1830 in Hiwassee District, McMinn, Tennessee, and died January 08, 1863 in Kingston, Jamaica. He married SUSAN D. CAMPBELL, daughter of SANDERS CAMPBELL. She was born in Illinois.

Notes for DR. JOHN TEAGUE NEAL:
John was appointed Ambassador to Jamaica by Abraham Lincoln. Church record - Nov. 1842 Rebecca Neal (his mother) Sarah Jane Neal (sister) and John T. Neal moved church letter from Hiwassee Baptist Church, McMinn Co., TN, to Shiloh Baptist Church, West Armuchee Valley, Walker Co. GA.

Notes for SUSAN D. CAMPBELL: Susan Campbell was married three times.

Child of JOHN NEAL and SUSAN CAMPBELL is:
.....i.....SANDERS F. NEEL, b. 1857, Illinois.

708. JAMES RICHEY (WILLIAM, REBECCA BELTON, SUSANNAH LEAVELL, ROBERT, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born August 13, 1821 in Pickensville, Pickens County, Alabama, USA, and died August 07, 1890 in Fort Wingate, McKinley, New Mexico, USA. He married (1) LUCINDA MANGUM March 28, 1846 in Nauvoo, Hancock, Illinois, USA, daughter of JOHN MANGUM and REBECCA CANADAY. She was born July 20, 1826 in Carrolton, Pickens, Alabama, USA, and died February 23, 1903 in St. Johns, Apache, Arizona, USA. He married (2) REBECCA FRANCES MANGUM Abt. 1857. He married (3) NANCY LEEMASTERS March 27, 1857 in St. George, Washington, Utah. She was born September 02, 1840 in Van Buren, Crawford, Arkansas.

Notes for JAMES RICHEY:
1880 census
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
James RICHEY ...Self ...M ...Male ...W ...58 ...AL ...Farmer ...SC ...UNK
Lucinda RICHEY ...Wife ...M ...Female ...W ...54 ...AL ...House Keeping ...VA ...PA
James Morina RICHEY ...Son ...S ...Male ...W ...32 ...UT ...Farmer ...AL ...AL
Charlotte RICHEY ...Dau ...M ...Female ...W ...29 ...UT ...House Keeping ...AL ...AL
J. B. RICHEY ...Son ...M ...Male ...W ...24 ...UT ...Farmer ...AL ...AL
Ruth R. RICHEY ...Dau ...M ...Female ...W ...22 ...UT ......AL ...AL
Emily RICHEY ...Dau ...S ...Female ...W ...19 ...UT ...House Keeping ...AL ...AL
Ellan Jane RICHEY ...Dau ...S ...Female ...W ...15 ...UT ......AL ...AL
Susan RICHEY ...Dau ...S ...Female ...W ...13 ...UT ......AL ...AL
...Census Place...St. John Village, Apache, Arizona
...Family History Library Film ...1254036
...NA Film Number ...T9-0036
...Page Number ...28D

Who is this?
1880
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Eugnia Ruth RICHEY ...Self ...M ...Female ...W ...18 ...UT ...Housekeeping ...IL ...UT
...Census Place...St. John Village, Apache, Arizona
...Family History Library Film ...1254036
...NA Film Number ...T9-0036
...Page Number ...28D

More About JAMES RICHEY: Burial: August 09, 1890, Ramah, Mckinley, New Mexico
More About LUCINDA MANGUM: Burial: St. Johns Cemetery, Apache, AZ

Notes for REBECCA FRANCES MANGUM: Is she the Rebecca born 10 Aug 1814 at Giles, Tennessee to John Mangum and Rebecca Candida?

Children of JAMES RICHEY and LUCINDA MANGUM are:
1371.....i. .....JAMES MORONI RICHEY, b. April 16, 1848, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah; d. February 12, 1930, St. Johns, Apache, Arizona.
.....ii.....LUCINDA CHARLOTTE RICHEY, b. October 28, 1851, Manti, Sanpete, Utah; d. January 13, 1940, St. Johns, Apache, Arizona; m. WILLIAM SHERWOOD, May 11, 1873, Washington, Washington, Utah.
.....iii.....JOHN WILLIAM RICHEY, b. March 26, 1854, Manti, Sanpete, Utah; d. October 28, 1854, Manti, Sanpete, Utah.
.....iv.....JOSEPH BENJAMIN RICHEY, b. September 08, 1855, Manti, Sanpete, Utah; d. January 09, 1926, St. Johns, Apache, Arizona; m. (1) EUGENIA RUTH PACE, Abt. 1881; m. (2) ALICE LYDIA PLATT, September 12, 1888, St. George, Washington, Utah; m. (3) ELIZA JANE PRATHER, June 01, 1904.
.....v.....REBECCA RUTH RICHEY, b. October 19, 1857, Manti, Sanpete, Utah; d. August 15, 1930, St. Johns, Apache, Arizona; m. JOHN F. SHERWOOD, December 26, 1875, Washington, Washington, Utah, USA.
.....vi.....MARGARET EMILY RICHEY, b. September 22, 1860, Washington, Washington, Utah; d. August 24, 1942, Holbrook, Navajo, Arizona; m. JOSEPH BOWMAN PATTERSON, January 01, 1881, St. Johns, Apache, Arizona, USA.
.....vii.....ERASTUS RICHEY, b. January 21, 1862, St. George, Washington, Utah; d. September 23, 1863, St. George, Washington, Utah.
.....viii.....ELENOR JANE RICHEY, b. August 11, 1864, Washington, Washington, Utah, USA; d. August 20, 1898, St. Johns, Apache, Arizona; m. JOHN THOMAS PATTERSON, January 01, 1882, St. Johns, Apache, Arizona, USA.
.....ix.....JEMIMA SUSANNA RICHEY, b. August 29, 1867, Washington, Washington, Utah; d. November 28, 1945; m. ARTHUR TENNEY, June 24, 1885.

Child of JAMES RICHEY and NANCY LEEMASTERS is:
.....x.....ROBERT ALMA RICHEY, b. October 09, 1857, Washington, Washington, Utah, USA; d. July 28, 1932; m. ADELINE WEBB; b. March 27, 1857.

709. ELIZA JANE RICHEY (WILLIAM, REBECCA BELTON, SUSANNAH LEAVELL, ROBERT, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born December 30, 1837 in Noxubee, Mississippi, and died May 1908 in Barkley, Lincoln, Nevada, USA. She married JOHN MILTON ADAIR Abt. 1853, son of SAMUEL ADAIR and JEMIMA MANGUM. He was born January 08, 1833 in Pickens County, Alabama, and died June 1899 in Barkley, Lincoln, Nevada, USA.

Notes for ELIZA JANE RICHEY:
1880 census
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
John M. Adair...Self ...M ...Male ...W ...48 ...AL ...Farmer ...SC ...SC
Eliza J. Adair...Wife ...M ...Female ...W ...42 ...MS ...Keeping House ...NC ...SC
John M. Adair...Son ...S ...Male ...W ...21 ...UT ...At Home ...AL ...MS
Margaret J. Adair...Dau ...S ...Female ...W ...16 ...UT ...At Home ...AL ...MS
David W. Adair...Son ...S ...Male ...W ...12 ...UT ...At Home ...AL ...MS
Hannah M. Adair...Dau ...S ...Female ...W ...9 ...UT ......AL ...MS
Lucinda C. Adair...Dau ...S ...Female ...W ...7 ...UT ......AL ...MS
Cordelia C. Adair...Dau ...S ...Female ...W ...4 ...NV ......AL ...MS
...Census Place...Clover Valley, Lincoln, Nevada
...Family History Library Film ...1254758
...NA Film Number ...T9-0758
...Page Number ...362C

Children of ELIZA RICHEY and JOHN ADAIR are:
.....i.....EMILY JANE ADAIR, b. November 02, 1856, Payson, Utah, Utah; d. March 17, 1862.
.....ii.....JOHN MILTON ADAIR, b. March 17, 1858, Washington, Utah; d. April 15, 1926.
.....iii.....ELIZA ANN ADAIR, b. September 29, 1860, Toniquint, Washington, Utah; d. January 12, 1926, Salmon City, Lemhi, Idaho.
1364.....iv.....MARGARET JEMIMA ADAIR, b. May 11, 1864, Washington, Washington, Utah; d. Abt. 1958, Ontario, San Bernardino, California.
.....v.....DAVID WILLIAM ADAIR, b. December 29, 1867, Washington, Washington, Utah; d. September 28, 1934, Panaca, Lincoln, Nevada.
.....vi.....HANNAH MELISSA ADAIR, b. May 27, 1870, Washington, Washington, Utah; m. JOHN COMINS TYLER, October 24, 1899, St. George, Washington, Utah; b. November 30, 1857, Draper, Salt Lake, Utah.
.....vii.....LUCINDA CHARLOTTE ADAIR, b. October 02, 1873, Washington, Washington, Utah; d. July 12, 1936, Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, USA.
.....viii.....CORDELIA CATHERINE ADAIR, b. July 11, 1876, Clover Valley, Lincoln, Nevada; d. May 11, 1882.

710. ELIZABETH SAVAGE PITTS (CAREY, HANNAH BELTON, SUSANNAH LEAVELL, ROBERT, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born April 29, 1829 in South Carolina, and died December 23, 1867. She married JAMES WILLIAMSON March 11, 1847. He was born Abt. 1829.

Child of ELIZABETH PITTS and JAMES WILLIAMSON is:
1372.....i.....ELI ASHBERRY WILLIAMSON, b. Abt. 1865; d. Abt. 1953.

711. CULLEN LARK PITTS (CAREY, HANNAH BELTON, SUSANNAH LEAVELL, ROBERT, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born March 10, 1832 in South Carolina, and died May 23, 1918 in Pontotoc County, Mississippi. He married MARTHA JANE SEALE January 15, 1852 in Pontotoc County, Mississippi. She was born June 22, 1836 in Alabama, and died January 23, 1920 in Pontotoc County, Mississippi. More About CULLEN LARK PITTS & MARTHA SEALE: Burial: New Hope Cemetery, Pontotoc, Mississippi

Children of CULLEN PITTS and MARTHA SEALE are:
1366.....i.....WILLIAM HENRY PITTS, b. October 10, 1853, Red Bay, Franklin, Alabama, USA; d. November 03, 1910, Pontotoc County, Mississippi.
.....ii.....JANE PITTS, b. Abt. 1854.
1373.....iii.....JAMES CAREY PITTS, b. May 23, 1855, Red Bank, Lawrence, Alabama, USA; d. Abt. 1939, Pontotoc City Confederate Soldiers Cem., Pontotoc Co., MS.
1374.....iv.....HARRIET ELIZABETH PITTS, b. March 15, 1857, Red Bay, Franklin, Alabama, USA; d. September 20, 1933, Pontotoc County, Mississippi.
1375.....v.....JOHN THOMAS PITTS, b. April 29, 1859, Red Bay, Alabama; d. February 22, 1946, Red Bay, Alabama.
1376.....vi.....DRURY J. PITTS, b. May 14, 1861, Red Bay, Alabama; d. Abt. 1921, Texas.
.....vii.....MARY I. PITTS, b. July 18, 1863.
1377.....viii.....HIRAM L. PITTS, b. September 24, 1865, Pontotoc County, Mississippi, USA; d. September 01, 1937, Pontotoc County, Mississippi, USA.
.....ix.....MARTHA LORENA PITTS, b. February 04, 1870.
.....x.....RICHARD BELTON PITTS, b. March 12, 1872.
.....xi.....MINNIE BELLE PITTS, b. March 13, 1874.
1378.....xii.....ESSIE MODENA PITTS, b. July 27, 1876, Pontotoc County, Mississippi; d. November 06, 1961.
.....xiii.....CARRA PITTS, b. August 18, 1878.

712. ADONIRAM JUDSON PITTS (CAREY, HANNAH BELTON, SUSANNAH LEAVELL, ROBERT, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born March 10, 1833 in South Carolina, and died March 03, 1916 in Self, Texas. He married MARY ANN HASSELTINE WALDROP January 11, 1855 in Pontotoc County, Mississippi. She was born January 13, 1838 in Kemper County, Mississippi.

Children of ADONIRAM PITTS and MARY WALDROP are:
.....i.....COMADORE PITTS.
.....ii.....ETTA PITTS.
.....iii.....ANDREW Y. PITTS, b. Abt. 1857.
.....iv.....JOHN A. PITTS, b. Abt. 1858.
.....v.....EMMA N. PITTS, b. Abt. 1860.
.....vi.....JAMES MONROE PITTS, b. July 25, 1864.
.....vii.....MARGUERITE PITTS, b. October 20, 1867.
.....viii.....WALTER SCOTT PITTS, b. Abt. 1869.
.....ix.....WILLIAM LEE PITTS, b. Abt. 1871, Texas.
.....x.....LEON JACOB PITTS, b. Abt. 1873.
.....xi.....DONNA PITTS, b. Abt. 1875.
.....xii.....INA PITTS, b. January 1879.
.....xiii.....SUBRE PITTS, b. January 1881.

713. CLARK ANDREW PITTS (CAREY, HANNAH BELTON, SUSANNAH LEAVELL, ROBERT, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born April 19, 1850 in Pontotoc County, Mississippi, and died March 16, 1928 in Jonesboro, Craighead, Arkansas, USA. He married FRANCES E. STEVENS. She was born Abt. 1843 in Alabama.

Children of CLARK PITTS and FRANCES STEVENS are:
1379.....i.....MARY ANN PITTS, b. December 15, 1873; d. Abt. 1972.
.....ii.....WILLIAM PITTS, b. Abt. 1872.
.....iii.....CHARLES LEE PITTS, b. Abt. 1875.
1380.....iv.....IDA LEE PITTS, b. Abt. 1880.
.....v.....TOM PITTS, b. Abt. 1889.

714. ELIZABETH PITTS (HIRAM, HANNAH BELTON, SUSANNAH LEAVELL, ROBERT, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born Abt. 1827 in South Carolina. She married MARTIN HARDIN.

Child of ELIZABETH PITTS and MARTIN HARDIN is:
.....i.....CALIFORNIA HARDIN, b. Abt. 1848, Mississippi.

715. LUCINDA JANE PITTS (HIRAM, HANNAH BELTON, SUSANNAH LEAVELL, ROBERT, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born July 10, 1831 in South Carolina, and died July 27, 1911 in New Albany, Union, Mississippi, USA. She married EDMOND YOUNG REEVES July 22, 1850 in Pontotoc, Pontotoc, Mississippi, USA.

Child of LUCINDA PITTS and EDMOND REEVES is:
1381.....i.....MARTHA ANN TERESA REEVES, b. Abt. 1859, Mississippi; d. Abt. 1940, Mississippi.

716. FRANCES PITTS (HIRAM, HANNAH BELTON, SUSANNAH LEAVELL, ROBERT, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born Abt. 1835 in South Carolina. She married JOHN TAYLOR February 07, 1861 in Pontotoc County, Mississippi. He was born February 02, 1831.

Children of FRANCES PITTS and JOHN TAYLOR are:
.....i.....WILLIAM TAYLOR.
.....ii.....JOHN B. TAYLOR, b. Abt. 1861.

717. TERESA PITTS (HIRAM, HANNAH BELTON, SUSANNAH LEAVELL, ROBERT, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born Abt. 1837 in South Carolina. She married WILLIAM HANSEL SEALE. He was born Abt. 1841 in Mississippi.

Notes for TERESA PITTS:
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
William H. Seals... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 39 ... MS ... Farmer ... GA ... AL
Terrisa H. Seals... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 42 ... SC ... Keep House ... SC ... SC
Robert A. Seals... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 9 ... MS ... ... MS ... SC
Lawrence E. Seals... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 7 ... MS ... ... MS ... SC
Florence Seals... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 5 ... MS ... ... MS ... SC
Modena Seals... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 4 ... MS ... ... MS ... SC
Hester Seals... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 2 ... MS ... ... MS ... SC
Estelle Seals... Other ... S ... Male ... W ... 1M ... MS ... ... MS ... SC
1880...Census Place...E.D. 166, Pontotoc, Mississippi
...Family History Library Film ...1254662
...NA Film Number ...T9-0662
...Page Number ...86C

Children of TERESA PITTS and WILLIAM SEALE are:
.....i.....ROBERT A. SEALE, b. Abt. 1871.
.....ii.....LAWRENCE E. SEALE, b. Abt. 1873.
.....iii.....FLORENCE SEALE, b. Abt. 1875.
.....iv.....MODENA SEALE, b. Abt. 1876.
.....v.....HESTER SEALE, b. Abt. 1878.
.....vi.....ESTELLE SEALE, b. 1880.

718. REUBEN SIMPSON PITTS (HIRAM, HANNAH BELTON, SUSANNAH LEAVELL, ROBERT, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born Abt. 1840 in South Carolina, and died September 26, 1885 in Pontotoc County, Mississippi. He married ARMINTA SEALE. She was born April 20, 1856.

Child of REUBEN PITTS and ARMINTA SEALE is:
1382.....i.....REUBEN SIMPSON PITTS, b. March 06, 1885, Pontotoc County, Mississippi; d. March 21, 1965.

719. JOHN DOUGLAS PITTS (REUBEN GOLDEN, HANNAH BELTON, SUSANNAH LEAVELL, ROBERT, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born December 12, 1841, and died November 15, 1925. He married PHOEBE DORROH November 01, 1868. She was born September 10, 1849.

Children of JOHN PITTS and PHOEBE DORROH are:
.....i.....LURA LUCRETIA PITTS, b. Abt. 1869.
.....ii.....LAURENS PITTS, b. Abt. 1878.
.....iii.....REUBEN BURTON PITTS, b. October 1882.

720. ELIZABETH SUZA PITTS (STARLING TUCKER, HANNAH BELTON, SUSANNAH LEAVELL, ROBERT, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born Abt. 1845 in Laurens County, South Carolina, and died January 1926. She married JOHN BAGWELL. He was born Abt. 1846 in South Carolina.

Children of ELIZABETH PITTS and JOHN BAGWELL are:
.....i.....LENA BAGWELL, b. Abt. 1870.
.....ii.....WILLIAM BAGWELL, b. Abt. 1874.

721. LAURA JANE PITTS (STARLING TUCKER, HANNAH BELTON, SUSANNAH LEAVELL, ROBERT, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born August 1846 in Laurens County, South Carolina, and died April 23, 1925 in Laurens County, South Carolina. She married THOMAS LINDLEY Abt. 1866. He was born September 1844 in South Carolina.

Children of LAURA PITTS and THOMAS LINDLEY are:
.....i.....REUBEN LINDLEY, b. November 1878.
.....ii.....LOTTIE LINDLEY, b. June 08, 1881.
.....iii.....ROSA LINDLEY, b. July 1884.
.....iv.....JOSEPH M. LINDLEY, b. March 1888.

722. REUBEN TAYLOR PITTS (STARLING TUCKER, HANNAH BELTON, SUSANNAH LEAVELL, ROBERT, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born July 15, 1848 in Laurens County, South Carolina, and died December 20, 1926 in Ware Shoals, Greenwood, South Carolina. He married (1) NANCY CAROLINE BOLT June 06, 1871 in Laurens County, South Carolina. She was born Abt. 1853 in Laurens County, South Carolina. He married (2) MARY C. LANDERS Abt. 1889. More About REUBEN TAYLOR PITTS: Burial: Friendship Presbyterian Church Cem. Laurens Co., SC

Notes for REUBEN TAYLOR PITTS:
1880...Census Place...Sullivan, Laurens, South Carolina; Family History Library Film ...1255233; NA Film Number ...T9-1233; Page Number ...230C
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Rewben T. Pitts ... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 30 ... SC ... Blacksmith ... SC ... SC
Nancy C. Pitts ... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 33 ... SC ... Keeping House ... SC ... SC
John S. Pitts ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 8 ... SC ... ... SC ... SC
Mary Pitts ... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 7 ... SC ... ... SC ... SC
Nancy Pitts ... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 2 ... SC ... ... SC ... SC
Cullen Lark Pitts ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 6M ... SC ... ... SC ... SC

Children of REUBEN PITTS and NANCY BOLT are:
.....i.....MARY HUSPTINE PITTS, b. April 12, 1873.
.....ii.....JOHN SIMPSON PITTS, b. December 20, 1876.
.....iii.....CULLEN LARK PITTS, b. October 23, 1877.
.....iv.....NANCY ETTA PITTS, b. June 25, 1878.
.....v.....JAMES DUNKLIN PITTS, b. April 11, 1885.

Child of REUBEN PITTS and MARY LANDERS is:
.....vi.....CHARLOTTE TEMPIE PITTS, b. September 10, 1890, Laurens County, South Carolina; d. November 07, 1959, Pelzer, Anderson, South Carolina, USA; m. JOHN RILEY ALVERSON, December 16, 1905, Laurens County, South Carolina; b. July 23, 1884, South Carolina. More About CHARLOTTE TEMPIE PITTS: Burial: Washington Bapt. Ch. Cem., South Carolina

723. ELIZA JOSEPHINE PITTS (STARLING TUCKER, HANNAH BELTON, SUSANNAH LEAVELL, ROBERT, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born February 20, 1853 in Laurens County, South Carolina, and died December 18, 1930 in Laurens County, South Carolina. She married NEWTON BOLIN BOLT Abt. 1878 in Laurens County, South Carolina. He was born June 28, 1858, and died June 12, 1938 in Laurens County, South Carolina. More About ELIZA JOSEPHINE PITTS & NEWTON BOLT: Burial: Friendship Presbyterian Church, Laurens Co., S.C

Children of ELIZA PITTS and NEWTON BOLT are:
.....i.....MARY BOLT, b. September 1879.
.....ii.....CULLEN WALTER BOLT, b. July 01, 1882.
.....iii.....LILLIE JANE BOLT, b. January 01, 1884.
.....iv.....DOCK WILLIAM BOLT, b. March 22, 1888.
.....v.....CAREY PITTS BOLT, b. November 05, 1890.
.....vi.....AGNES BOLT, b. February 14, 1891.
.....vii.....NEWTON BOLIN BOLT, b. April 29, 1899.
.....viii.....BERRY P. BOLT, b. Abt. 1892.

724. HIRAM PITTS (WILLIAM SIMPSON, HANNAH BELTON, SUSANNAH LEAVELL, ROBERT, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born August 05, 1833 in South Carolina. He married (1) LUCINDA MEDLOCK July 21, 1853. She was born Abt. 1831. He married (2) CHARLOTTE AIKENS July 08, 1885 in Cherokee County, Alabama. She was born December 1834 in Alabama.

Notes for HIRAM PITTS:
1880...Census Place...Township 9, Cherokee, Alabama; Family History Library Film ...1254006; NA Film Number ...T9-0006; Page Number ...327A
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Hiram Pitts ... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 47 ... SC ... Farming ... SC ... SC
Lucind Pitts ... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 49 ... SC ... Keeps House ... SC ... SC
William Pitts ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 21 ... AL ... Works On Farm ... SC ... SC
Jeff Davis Pitts ... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 18 ... AL ... Works On Farm ... SC ... SC
Tempe Pitts ... Dau ... S ... Female ... W ... 16 ... AL ... Works On Farm ... SC ... SC

Children of HIRAM PITTS and LUCINDA MEDLOCK are:
1383.....i.....WILLIAM A. PITTS, b. September 1853.
.....ii.....SERENA PITTS, b. April 1856; m. ? BRYANT.
1384.....iii.....JEFFERSON DAVIS PITTS, b. September 1861.
.....iv.....TEMPE PITTS, b. Abt. 1864.

Child of HIRAM PITTS and CHARLOTTE AIKENS is:
.....v.....JAMES L. PITTS, b. January 1887, Alabama.

725. HANNAH FRANCES PITTS (WILLIAM SIMPSON, HANNAH BELTON, SUSANNAH LEAVELL, ROBERT, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born October 05, 1834 in South Carolina. She married ELAM B. JENNINGS Abt. 1854. He was born in Virginia.

Children of HANNAH PITTS and ELAM JENNINGS are:
.....i.....NAOMI JENNINGS.
.....ii.....MARY A. JENNINGS.

726. JOHN PITTS (WILLIAM SIMPSON, HANNAH BELTON, SUSANNAH LEAVELL, ROBERT, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born December 11, 1836 in South Carolina. He married CYRENE ?. She was born Abt. 1837 in Georgia.

Child of JOHN PITTS and CYRENE ? is:
.....i.....NANCY G. PITTS, b. Abt. 1859, Alabama.

727. WILLIAM S. PITTS (WILLIAM SIMPSON, HANNAH BELTON, SUSANNAH LEAVELL, ROBERT, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born October 25, 1838 in South Carolina. He married TEMPERANCE ?. She was born Abt. 1840 in Georgia.

Child of WILLIAM PITTS and TEMPERANCE ? is:
.....i.....JOHN PITTS, b. Abt. 1859, Georgia.

728. MARTHA ISABELL PITTS (WILLIAM SIMPSON, HANNAH BELTON, SUSANNAH LEAVELL, ROBERT, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born June 26, 1841 in Alabama, USA, and died Abt. 1905 in Peerless, Hopkins, Texas, USA. She married (1) GEORGE WILBURN. She married (2) WILLIAM ALBERT HURT Abt. 1872. He was born July 10, 1853 in Cherokee County, Alabama, USA.

Child of MARTHA PITTS and GEORGE WILBURN is:
.....i.....TALLULAH MONTEVELEH WILBURN, b. June 03, 1862, DeKalb County, Alabama.

Children of MARTHA PITTS and WILLIAM HURT are:
1385....ii.....JOHN S. HURT, b. July 1874, Cherokee County, Alabama.
.....iii.....JAMES T. HURT, b. July 1875, Cherokee County, Alabama; m. AMINDA HICKS, June 19, 1898, Walker County, Georgia; b. Abt. 1884, Alabama.
1386.....iv.....WILLIAM LORENZO DOW HURT, b. July 14, 1878, Cherokee County, Alabama; d. May 28, 1913, Chattanooga, Hamilton, Tennessee.
1387.....v.....WILLIE HURT, b. April 25, 1881, Cherokee County, Alabama; d. November 14, 1944, Peerless, Hopkins, Texas, USA.
1388.....vi.....MARY ELIZABETH MARGARET ADELINE HURT, b. May 25, 1883, Trion, Walker, Georgia, USA; d. February 28, 1960, Stevenson, Jackson, Alabama, USA.

729. MARY CATHERINE PITTS (WILLIAM SIMPSON, HANNAH BELTON, SUSANNAH LEAVELL, ROBERT, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born January 26, 1844 in Alabama, and died November 25, 1904 in Emblem, Hopkins, Texas, USA. She married SAMUEL MAXWELL SPEED, son of F. SPEED and NANCY PELFREY. He was born July 11, 1857 in South Carolina, and died August 23, 1921 in Emblem, Hopkins, Texas.

Notes for MARY CATHERINE PITTS:
Census Place...Seminole, Chattooga, Georgia, Family History Library Film ...1254139, NA Film Number ...T9-0139, Page Number ...73A
Name ...Relation...Marital Status...Gender...Race...Age...Birthplace...Occupation...Father's Birthplace...Mother's Birthplace
Samuell Speed... Self ... M ... Male ... W ... 22 ... SC ... Farmer ... SC ... SC
Mary Speed... Wife ... M ... Female ... W ... 37 ... AL ... Keeping House ... SC ... AL
Adine W. Speed... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 5 ... AL ... ... SC ... AL
Tipp Speed... Son ... S ... Male ... W ... 1 ... GA ... ... SC ... AL
Timothy Speed... Brother ... S ... Male ... W ... 18 ... GA ... Farmer - Laborer ... SC ... SC

Children of MARY PITTS and SAMUEL SPEED are:
1389.....i.....WILLIAM ADARINE SPEED, b. October 12, 1874, Georgia; d. September 08, 1964, Peerless, Hopkins, Texas.
1390.....ii.....TIMOTHY TIPP SPEED, b. June 11, 1879, Georgia; d. December 14, 1962, Hopkins County, Texas.
.....iii.....MAGGIE SPEED.
.....iv.....NANCY SPEED.
.....v.....STEPHEN HORTON SPEED, b. October 16, 1884, Cherokee County, Alabama; d. August 25, 1963, Merced County, California; m. VERNIE CAROLINE BROWN, June 10, 1906, Hopkins County, Texas; b. September 26, 1891.

730. NEWTON PITTS (WILLIAM SIMPSON, HANNAH BELTON, SUSANNAH LEAVELL, ROBERT, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born November 01, 1849 in Cherokee County, Alabama, and died November 29, 1932 in Boswell, Choctaw, Oklahoma, USA. He married (1) ELIZABETH ARMINDA SPEED October 29, 1870 in Georgia, daughter of FREDERICK SPEED and NANCY PILFREY. She was born May 29, 1846, and died January 17, 1900 in Scatterbranch, Hunt, Texas, USA. He married (2) AMANDA ROSE ? February 12, 1900 in Texas. Elizabeth died of consumption.

Children of NEWTON PITTS and ELIZABETH SPEED are:
.....i.....NANCY ELIZABETH PITTS, b. October 09, 1872, Alabama; d. August 1953, Eakly, Caddo, Oklahoma; m. (1) EMZY CLIFTON TRAYLOR; b. March 1873; m. (2) CLAYTON ORTHINAL WHORTAN, May 21, 1910, Altus, Jackson, Oklahoma; b. February 07, 1853, Alabama.
.....ii.....WILLIAM S. PITTS, b. January 29, 1875, Rome, Floyd, Georgia; d. October 22, 1886, Georgia.
.....iii.....ROBERT LEE PITTS, b. September 19, 1877, Rome, Floyd, Georgia; d. December 13, 1956, Hunter Springs, Choctaw, Oklahoma; m. MARY DRUCILLA LOVE, January 14, 1900, Hunt County, Texas; b. October 29, 1883, Arkansas.
.....iv.....FRANKLIN CANEY PITTS, b. June 12, 1880, Rome, Floyd, Georgia; d. May 08, 1967, Roosevelt, Kiowa, Oklahoma; m. JULIA FOX, September 30, 1900, Hunt County, Texas; b. April 06, 1885.
.....v.....JOHN MILTON PITTS, b. March 05, 1883, Rome, Floyd, Georgia; d. October 25, 1957, Roosevelt, Kiowa, Oklahoma; m. AMELIA MAE WALKER, August 31, 1902, Hunt County, Texas; b. July 27, 1885.
.....vi......? LEE PITTS, b. August 02, 1887, Rome, Floyd, Georgia; d. August 11, 1958, Polk County, Arkansas; m. TURSA TENNESSEE LOVE, March 31, 1907, Boswell, Choctaw, Oklahoma; b. April 12, 1888, Montgomery County, Arkansas; d. June 20, 1972, Mena, Pope County, Arkansas.
.....vii.....CHARLES LOUIS PITTS, b. May 20, 1890, Summerville, Chattooga, Georgia; d. March 12, 1971, Fort Worth, Tarrant, Texas; m. OMA REA BRIGGS, March 26, 1916, Hobart, Kiowa, Oklahoma; b. August 29, 1897, Yellvile, Marion, Arkansas.

731. NANCY J. PITTS (WILLIAM SIMPSON, HANNAH BELTON, SUSANNAH LEAVELL, ROBERT, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born May 12, 1851 in Alabama. She married J. W. GARDNER October 23, 1870 in Cherokee County, Alabama. He was born Abt. 1848 in Alabama.

Children of NANCY PITTS and J. GARDNER are:
.....i.....WILLIAM GARDNER.
.....ii.....THOMAS GARDNER.
.....iii.....ELIZABETH GARDNER.
.....iv.....JENNINGS GARDNER.
.....v.....MARGARET GARDNER.

732. REUBEN PITTS (WILLIAM SIMPSON, HANNAH BELTON, SUSANNAH LEAVELL, ROBERT, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born December 13, 1854 in Alabama. He married MARTHA E. ? Abt. 1882 in Alabama. She was born June 1863 in Georgia.

Children of REUBEN PITTS and MARTHA ? are:
.....i.....EMMA PITTS, b. August 1885.
.....ii.....BUD PITTS, b. September 1886.
.....iii.....LILLIA PITTS, b. November 1888.
.....iv.....ESTELLA PITTS, b. May 1890.
.....v.....VIOLA PITTS, b. August 1892.
.....vi.....ELIZABETH PITTS, b. March 1895.

733. AMELIA A. EMILY WORTHINGTON (TALITHA SUMMERS, SUSANNA TEAGUE, ALICE LEAVELL, ROBERT, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born July 26, 1815 in Newberry County, South Carolina, USA, and died August 27, 1870 in Cherry Creek, Pontotoc, Mississippi, USA. She married JAMES LEAVELL Abt. 1840 in Newberry County, South Carolina, USA, son of JAMES LEAVELL and ELIZABETH REEDER. He was born March 01, 1802 in Newberry County, South Carolina, USA, and died April 04, 1873 in Cherry Creek, Pontotoc, Mississippi, USA. Children and details are listed above under (310) James Leavell.

734. MARY W. NORRED (NANCY TEAGUE, ELIJAH, ALICE LEAVELL, ROBERT, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born August 02, 1816 in South Carolina, and died July 21, 1899 in Erath County, Texas. She married JOHN SANDERS HOWELL September 18, 1837 in Benton County, Alabama. He was born December 09, 1818 in Laurens Co. SC, and died February 05, 1891 in Erath County, Texas.

Notes for MARY W. NORRED:
MARY W. "POLLY"2 NORRED (PRESTON1) was born August 02, 1816, and died August 21, 1899 in Erath
County, Texas. She married JOHN SANDERS HOWELL September 18, 1837 in Benton (Calhoun) County, Alabama. "Polly" is buried at Barbee Cemetery near Dublin, Texas.
Children of MARY NORRED and JOHN HOWELL are:
1. SARAH ISABELLE3 HOWELL, m. ADAM MABRY POOLE, Benton (Calhoun) County, Alabama. Adam was the brother of Martha Malinda Poole.
2. ANNE HOWELL, m. DUNCAN MCEACHERN.
3. NANCY HOWELL, m. ANDREW JACKSON BROWN.

More About MARY W. NORRED: Burial: Barbee Cemetery near Dublin, Texas.

Children of MARY NORRED and JOHN HOWELL are:
.....i.....JOHN PRESTON HOWELL.
.....ii.....NANCY ELIZABETH HOWELL, m. ANDREW JACKSON BROWN.
.....iii.....SARAH ISABELLE HOWELL, m. ADAM MABRY POOL.
.....iv.....E. ANN HOWELL, m. DUNCAN MCEACHERN.
.....v.....OLIVER ASBURY MCKEEVER HOWELL.
.....vi.....MATTY HOWELL.
.....vii.....MARY DORCAS PRISCILLA HOWELL.

735. SARAH AMANDA NORRED (NANCY TEAGUE, ELIJAH, ALICE LEAVELL, ROBERT, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born Abt. 1824 in South Carolina, and died 1896. She married RICHARD GAINES ROBERTS. He died 1887.

Children of SARAH NORRED and RICHARD ROBERTS are:
.....i.....ANNA C. ROBERTS, b. 1848.
.....ii.....RICHARD GAINES ROBERTS, b. 1850.

736. SAMUEL PALMER NORRED (NANCY TEAGUE, ELIJAH, ALICE LEAVELL, ROBERT, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born Abt. 1826. He married GEORGIA LESTER February 15, 1846 in Benton County, Alabama.

Notes for SAMUEL PALMER NORRED:
3. SAMUEL PALMER2 NORRED (PRESTON1) was born Abt. 1824 in South Carolina. He married GEORGIA ANN LESTER February 15, 1846 in Benton (now Calhoun) County, Alabama, daughter of ? and ?. According to the 1880 census for Calhoun County, Alabama, Georgia's father was born in North Carolina and her mother was born in Georgia. Samuel and Georgia are listed on the 1860 and 1880 Census for Calhoun County, Alabama; Marriage Record Book for Benton (now Calhoun) County, Alabama.) Samuel and
Georgia were married by W. H. Pernell, J. P. (SOURCE: Marriage Book, page 242)

Children of SAMUEL NORRED and GEORGIA LESTER are:
1 UNKNOWN3 NORRED.
2. ERASMUS T. NORRED, b. Abt. 1848, Alabama.
3. ZEPPORAH N. NORRED, b. Abt. 1846, Alabama
4. OPHELIA A. NORRED, b. Abt. 1852, Calhoun County, Alabama; m. WILLIAM W. THOMAS, August 17, 1876, Calhoun County, Alabama. (Marriage Record Book A-2 for Calhoun County, Alabama)
5. LARKIN OLEANDER NORRED, b. March 28, 1852, Calhoun County, Alabama; m. MARY LITTLE.
6. SARAH M. NORRED, b. Abt. 1854, Calhoun County, Alabama; m. G. G. EVANS, August 27, 1882, Calhoun County, Alabama. (Marriage Record Book C for Calhoun County, Alabama)
7. OLIN ALGENON NORRED, b. September 22, 1857, Calhoun County, Alabama.

Children of SAMUEL NORRED and GEORGIA LESTER are:
.....i.....ZEPPORAH N. NORRED, b. Abt. 1846.
.....ii.....ERASMUS T. NORRED, b. Abt. 1848.
.....iii.....OPHELIA A. NORRED, b. Abt. 1852, Calhoun County, Alabama; m. WILLIAM W. THOMAS, August 17, 1876, Calhoun County, Alabama.
.....iv.....LARKIN OLEANDER NORRED, b. March 28, 1852, Calhoun County, Alabama; m. MARY LITTLE.
.....v.....SARAH M. NORRED, b. Abt. 1854, Calhoun County, Alabama; m. G. G. EVANS, August 27, 1882, Calhoun County, Alabama.
.....vi.....OLEN ALGENON NORRED, b. September 22, 1857, Calhoun County, Alabama.

737. PRESTON BYRD NORRED (NANCY TEAGUE, ELIJAH, ALICE LEAVELL, ROBERT, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born Abt. 1827 in Hall County, Georgia, and died July 04, 1863 in Gettysburg. He married MARY ANN PEARCE.

Notes for PRESTON BYRD NORRED:

PRESTON BYRD2 NORRED (PRESTON1) was born Abt. 1827 in Hall County, Georgia, and died July 04, 1863. He married MARY ANN PEARCE. Preston B. Norred lived in Cleburne County, near Heflin when he joined the Confederate Army. He served in the 44th Alabama Infantry as a Second Lieutenant He was killed in the Battle of Gettysburg leaving his wife and six children. After the war and the death of her husband, Mary Ann sold their land (recorded in Heflin, Cleburne County and moved to Jackson Parish, Louisanna. Preston is listed on the 1850 Census for Benton County, Alabama, Page 414, 30th District, January 16, 1850
as follows:
P.B. Norrod 23 M Farmer $200 Georgia
Mary A. 22 F Tennessee
Winpid T. 1 M Alabama
Infant 1/12 M Alabama

Children of PRESTON NORRED and MARY PEARCE are:
1. WINPID T. NORRED, b. 1849, Benton (now Calhoun) County, Alabama.
2. LEONADA NORRED, b. December 1849, Benton (Calhoun) County, Alabama.
3. J.T. NORRED, b. Abt. 1850, Benton (Calhoun) County, Alabama.
4. JAMES MADISON NORRED, b. 1854, Calhoun or Cleburne County, Alabama.
5. ROBERT NORRED, b. Abt. 1857, Calhoun or Cleburne County, Alabama.
6. A.J. NORRED, b. Abt. 1859, Calhoun or Cleburne County, Alabama.

Children of PRESTON NORRED and MARY PEARCE are:
.....i.....WINPID NORRED, b. Abt. 1849.
.....ii.....LEONADA NORRED, b. December 1849.
.....iii.....J. T. NORRED, b. Abt. 1850.
1391.....iv.....JAMES MADISON NORRED, b. Abt. 1854.
.....v.....ROBERT NORRED, b. Abt. 1857.
.....vi.....A. J. NORRED, b. Abt. 1859.

738. OLIVER MACK NORRED (NANCY TEAGUE, ELIJAH, ALICE LEAVELL, ROBERT, EDWARD, ? LAVELLE) was born Abt. 1833. He married MARTHA MALINDA POOL.

Child of OLIVER NORRED and MARTHA POOL is:
.....i.....WILLIAM NORRED, b. Abt. 1857, Calhoun County, Alabama.


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