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Nathan R. Peva




Husband Nathan R. Peva 1

       Born: 28 Jun 1842 - Windsor, Kennebec Co., ME 1
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       Died: 
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     Father: Hiram Peavey\Peva (1810-After 1880) 1
     Mother: Sarah Tolman (1814-After 1880) 1


    Married: 

Events
1. Census 4: 1880, Windsor, Kennebec Co., ME Page 544D: Nathan Peva (37) Is Living Next Door To His Father Hiram (70) And His Mother Sarah (65). He Has a Housekeeper Rebecca Peva (67) From Ireland.. 1



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Richard Henry Peva & Ida Mary E. Steinmetz




Husband Richard Henry Peva 1

       Born: 1 Jul 1874 - Evansville, Vanderburgh Co., IN 1
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       Died: 25 Jan 1930 - Evansville, Vanderburgh Co., IN 1
     Buried: 28 Jan 1930 - Evansville, Vanderburgh Co., IN 1


     Father: George Peva (1838-      ) 1
     Mother: Susan Adelaide McDowell (1850-      ) 1


    Married: 5 Aug 1897 - Evansville, Vanderburgh Co., IN 1



Wife Ida Mary E. Steinmetz 1

       Born: 9 Mar 1875 - Evansville, Vanderburgh Co., IN 1
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       Died: 19 Jan 1950 - Evansville, Vanderburgh Co., IN 1
     Buried: 22 Jan 1950 - Evansville, Vanderburgh Co., IN 1

William H. Peva




Husband William H. Peva 1

       Born: 1843 - Windsor, Kennebec Co., ME 1
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     Father: William Peavey\Peva (1811-1891) 1
     Mother: Sophronia Norris (1810-After 1860) 1


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William Henry Peva




Husband William Henry Peva 1

       Born: 4 Feb 1881 - Windsor, Kennebec Co., ME 1
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     Father: George Henry Peva (1840-After 1880) 1
     Mother: Lizzie Ann Williams (1854-After 1880) 1


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Edward Peve & Rachel Unknown




Husband Edward Peve 2 3

       Born: Abt 1666 - Of Greenland, Rockingham, NH 4
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       Died: Bef 1720 - York Co., ME 1
     Buried: Bef 1720 - York Co., ME 1
    Married: Abt 1687 - Newington, Rockingham Co., NH 3



Wife Rachel Unknown 1 2 3 4

       Born: Abt 1669 - Of Greenland, Rockingham, NH 4
 Christened: 
       Died: After 1720 - Newington, Rockingham Co., NH 1
     Buried: After 1720 - Newington, Rockingham Co., NH 1

Other Spouse: Salathiel Denbo (1696-      ) - 19 Dec 1720 - Newington, Rockingham Co., NH 1


Children
1 M Abel Peavey 2 3

       Born: Abt 1688 - Newington, Rockingham Co., NH 1
 Christened: 
       Died: After 1736 - Durham, Rockingham Co., NH 1
     Buried: 
     Status: Father:Natural, Mother:Natural
Spouse: Mary Hudson (1689-Abt 1716) 1 2 3 Marr: 1709 - Newington, Rockingham Co., NH 1 Spouse: Mary Clough (1696-After 1736) 1 2 3 Marr: 19 Dec 1720 - Newington, Rockingham Co., NH 1

2 M William C. Peavey 1 2 3

       Born: Abt 1689 - Newington, Rockingham Co., NH 3
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       Died: 1731 - Barrington, Strafford Co., NH 1
     Buried: 1731 - Barrington, Strafford Co., NH 1
     Status: Father:Natural, Mother:Natural
Spouse: Sarah Unknown (Abt 1695-Between 1751) 1 2 3 Marr: 1713 - Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., NH 1

3 M Nathaniel Pevey 2 3

       Born: Abt 1690 - Newington, Rockingham Co., NH 1
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       Died: 24 Apr 1763 - Stratham, Rockingham Co., NH 1
     Buried: 25 Apr 1763 - Stratham, Rockingham Co., NH 1
     Status: Father:Natural, Mother:Natural
Spouse: Annah Unknown ( -1782) 1 2 3

4 M John Peavey 2 3

       Born: Abt 1691 1
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       Died: 1722 - Newington, Rockingham Co., NH 1
     Buried: 1722 - Newington, Rockingham Co., NH 1
     Status: Father:Natural, Mother:Natural


5 M Edward Peavey 1 2 3

       Born: Abt 1692 - Newington, Rockingham Co., NH 3
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       Died: 
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     Status: Father:Natural, Mother:Natural
Spouse: Mary Unknown (Abt 1694- ) 1 3 Marr: Abt 1714 - Dover, Strafford Co., NH 1

6 M Joseph Peavey 2 3

       Born: Abt 1694 2
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       Died: 1773 - Berwick, Strafford Co., NH 1
     Buried: 1773 - Berwick, Strafford Co., NH 1
     Status: Father:Natural, Mother:Natural
Spouse: Elizabeth Powell (Abt 1698-1773) 1 2 3 Marr: Newington, Rockingham Co., NH 2

7 M Peter Pevey 2

       Born: Abt 1696 - Newington, Rockingham Co., NH 3
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       Died: 23 Nov 1756 - Andover, Essex Co., MA 1
     Buried: 24 Nov 1756 - Andover, Essex Co., MA 1
     Status: Father:Natural, Mother:Natural
Spouse: Esther Barker (1695- ) 1 2 3 Marr: 15 Jul 1720 - Andover, Essex Co., MA 1

8 F Deborah Peavey 1 2 3

       Born: Abt 1698 - Newington, Rockingham Co., NH 1
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       Died: 23 Nov 1756 - Newington, Rockingham Co., NH 1
     Buried: 24 Nov 1756 1
     Status: Father:Natural, Mother:Natural
Spouse: James Rollins (Abt 1692-1744) 1 3 Marr: 9 Apr 1717 1

9 F Sarah Peavey 2 3 4

       Born: Abt 1700 - Newington, Rockingham Co., NH 1
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       Died: 15 Jul 1763 - Scarborough, Cumberland Co., ME 1
     Buried: 15 Jul 1763 - Scarborough, Cumberland Co., ME 1
     Status: Father:Natural, Mother:Natural
Spouse: Richard Carter (1694-1753) 1 3 4 Marr: 12 Feb 1718/19 - Newington, Rockingham Co., NH 1

10 F Jane Peavey 2 3

       Born: Abt 1702 - Newington, Rockingham Co., NH 1
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     Status: Father:Natural, Mother:Natural
Spouse: Ebenezer Place (1696- ) Marr: 31 Dec 1721 - Newington, Rockingham Co., NH 1

11 F Rachel Peavey 2 3

       Born: Abt 1704 - Newington, Rockingham Co., NH 1
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     Status: Father:Natural, Mother:Natural
Spouse: Thomas Rowe (1697- ) 1 Marr: 17 Jan 1719/20 - Newington, Rockingham Co., NH 1

12 F Mary Peavey 1 3

       Born: 1706 - Newington, Rockingham Co., NH 1
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     Status: Father:Natural, Mother:Natural
Spouse: Samuel Holmes (1702-1755) 1 3 Marr: 14 Dec 1727 - Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., NH 1

13 F Anne Peavey 2 3

       Born: Abt 1708
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     Status: Father:Natural, Mother:Natural
Spouse: Ebenezer Morse ( - ) Marr: 1729


Husband's General Notes




According to Mark Kulow's file, Edward Peve's middle name was Thomas and his parents were Thomas Peavey/Peve, b. c. 1645 and Martha Eaton, b. c. 1645, both from England. He was taxed in 1691 and was living as a tenant on the Hall farm with Richard Blanchard in 1693. Another record indicates Thomas Peavey and Richard Blanchard on the Hall farm. Also Mark asserts that Rachel's maiden name was Adams, but did not record where he discovered that information.

He was taxed in 1691 and was living as a tenant on the Hall farm with Richard Blanchard in 1693. Another record indicates Thomas Peavey and Richard Blanchard on the Hall farm.

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[Peavey_Family.GED compiled by Mark & Harriet Kulow]

There are many different accounts regarding the appearance of the first Peavey's in this country. The spelling of the name is only important in some aspects of tracking specific individuals and in tracing the line to our European roots. We have chosen to maintain a common spelling in order to facilitate our record-keeping and research. By some accounts (Including the fine work by Leroy D. Peavey) Edward Peve was the first by that name to settle in this country, specifically in the NH area. His father may have been Thomas Peve and Martha (Eaton) Peve who resided in England and Edward may have come over with a brother John. We have given Edward the middle name of Thomas based on the possible reference to Thomas the father and a reference from the NH historical records regarding the rental of the Hall property by Edward Peavey. Another record for the same information states it was Thomas Peavey on the farm. Since we have no records of a Thomas in this time frame a combined name of Edward Thomas Peavey might fit with both records. In addition, Thomas seems to be one of the most common names in the early Peavey lines.

There has been some discussion about Edward and another brother William of Portsmouth but the dates for this William seem to fit much better for a son of Edward rather than a brother. A possible brother John with a wife Mary is not mentioned in any NH records. The only mention in this time period is the son John Peavey who drowned in 1722. There is a possibility that he had a wife named Mary which would explain the marriage of John Peavey to Mary. We could add to the confusion if this widow Mary Peavey got remarried at some point to Samuel Holmes instead of a daughter Mary. Nothing seems to indicate this so it is probably best to leave things as they are for now. We have not found anything definitive to indicate that the are any Peavey descendants other than those who are directly descended from Edward. If Leroy is correct the first mention of Edward was in the 1691 list of those who pledged to support the Puritan Minister Rev. John Cotton. He was not listed on the "Powder List" in 1690 or an earlier "List" in 1688. With that in mind it is possible that one or more of his sons were born in England or on the ship coming over rather than in Rockingham Co., NH. Again this minor detail is not extremely important to our research on the family. Leroy's notes on the origination of name is very interesting and should be part of the education of all Peavey researchers.

Edward was originally in Portsmouth, moving from there to Dover (Durham), and then to "Bloody Point", a section of Dover. Edward was one of the petitioners for the new town of Newington which was comprised of the "Bloody Point" section of Dover and a section of Portsmouth. Edward's son Abel also signed the petition in 1713 indicating a birth prior to 1695 or 1692, depending on the age requirements for signers of the document. It is possible that the Edward who signed the document in 1713 was actually Edward but we have no evidence to prove this one way or the other. Nathaniel and Joseph also signed documents pertaining to the Newington Parish in the same year. While this information does not pinpoint the birth dates of these individuals, it does indicate a time-frame which fits with the dates we have found based on research available in the LDS records. Additional information recorded by Leroy regarding rolls and other earlier records serve as further verification for the birth dates we are using.

The family of Edward seems to have moved to different locations within the area based on further early records. Generally speaking Abel, Nathaniel, and Joseph are in Newington before moving elsewhere. William seems to have remained in the Portsmouth area. Peter ends up in Hampton, NH and then in Andover, Essex Co. MA as detailed by Leroy. Some of Peter's children end up back in NH at a later point. Edward seems to have been in Newington but his line has not been identified as of yet. John dies at an early age without issue as far as we know. Deborah, Jane and Rachel seem to have stayed in the Dover area with their husbands and families and we have not traced their lines beyond the first generation due the necessary constraints we have placed on our research. Sarah and her husband Richard Carter went to ME as well as Mary and her husband Samuel Holmes. It may be important to trace these lines in the event that they represent a connection to other Peavey's who later moved to ME. Other Peavey's also ended up throughout the New England area. We have not found any connection to the Southern Peavey's which is not to say that there is no connection.

It would be helpful at this point to identify all of Edward's wife and his children and to look at possible birth dates to avoid putting these children in the wrong generation or with the wrong parents. The first consideration is the birth date for Edward Sr. who should likely be dated at least 21 years before he signed the pledge in 1691. This puts his birth before 1670. His son Abel Peavey was on "Col. Walton's Command" in the French War Rolls in 1710. It is possible for young men to have fought from the age of 16 years and up but 18 is more likely. This would put his birth before 1692. We have a fairly reliable birth date for Abel's son Hudson of Feb. 11, 1711 with a crossover to 1710. This means that Abel was married to Mary Hudson by 1709. Again it is possible for him to have married as young as 18 years old but it is more likely that he was at least 21 years of age. This would also fit better with his War service in 1710. Our conclusion is that his birth date is c. 1688. This is supported by various family trees and LDS records. If Abel was the eldest son and we assume Edward was at least 21 when he was married the most commonly used birth date of 1666 and a marriage date of 1687 would be as close as we can come to the actual dates. It might also be good to point out here that Rachel (Adams?) was most likely the mother of all of Edward's children. A Rachel Peavey marries Selathiel Denbow Dec. 19, 1720 in Newington. This has to be the widow of Edward or a daughter of his. Rachel, the daughter of Edward gets married to Thomas Rowe January 17, 1720 in Newington. This younger Rachel has a daughter Mary Rowe in 1723. Since the widow Rachel would be at least 50 years old at this point it does not seem likely she married Thomas Rowe and the daughter married Selathiel. Some have put forward the possibility that Mary Clough/Cluff was the mother of some of Ed's earlier children. It would seem unlikely that Edward married a Mary Cluff and his son Abel also married a Mary Cluff in c. 1717. There are no records that indicate the birth of a Mary Clough/Cluff before 1670 which would be the latest birth date for her if she was the mother of Abel who was likely born in 1688 as previously demonstrated. The following is what we consider to be the most likely family tree based on the available information.

Abel Peavey (1688) married Mary Hudson (1689) in 1709/10. She died before 1713 since her father's will dated 1713 indicates she was no longer alive. She had three children in that four year time-frame so these dates seem to be match with the additional information available.
Children of Abel Peavey and Mary Hudson as confirmed by John Hudson's will
Hudson Peavey Feb. 11, 1710/11
Thomas Peavey June 19, 1714
Abel Peavey June 30, 1716
We have a marriage record for the 2nd marriage for Abel to Mary Clough (Cluff?) in 1717 according to the Newington Town records. LDS has a date of Dec. 19, 1720. To this marriage was born Ezekiel who was christened June 2, 1734. At this point Abel was a member in good standing with the church in Newington and Christenings seem to be taking place shortly after the birth of the child so the Christening date is likely very close to the birth date. We have not found any further mention of Ezekiel at this point other than a record from the Revolutionary War. An earlier birth date would make him fairly old to be serving in the Revoluntionary War unless this is a reference to a different Ezekiel. The birth of a child 17 years after their marriage seems unlikely but we have no other records to prove this one way or the other. A likely birth date for Mary Clough is 1690-1700 which would make her 34-44 at the birth of Ezekiel. This would fit but doesn't answer the question about the late birth. It also does not address why Abel's children by Mary Hudson were living with their grandparents and not with Abel and his new wife Mary. Some mysteries will not be resolved without a time machine. This seems to be the complete family for Abel with the most likely dates possible at this point. See the notes for Abel to get an overview on his lines.

Nathaniel[Big_Mama_Tree.ged compiled by Lisa Braendle]

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**I MPORTANT DISCLAIMER**
THIS GENEALOGY IS A PROGRESS IN THE WORKS!! FOR MORE IN FORMATION ON
SOURCES USED FOR THIS GENEALOGY, PLEASE CONTACT LISA BRAENDLE; 1 852 34TH
ST; WYOMING, MI 49509. PH#616-534-8983.
PLEASE DO NOT PUBLISH THI S TREE IN IT'S ENTIRETY OR PUT ON THE INTERNET
WITHOUT MY PERMISSION. THIS IS A ROUGH DRAFT AND SHOULD BE USED AS A
REFERENCE TOOL AND NOT AS YOUR ONLY SOURCE! SOME OF THIS MATERIAL HAS
BEEN PROVEN, SOME HAS NOT. MY HOPE IS THA T THIS WILL BE AN AID TO
SERIOUS RESEARCHERS TO CONNECT MORE LINKS AND ASSIST IN PROVING MORE OF
THIS COMPILED DATA. THERE ARE SO MANY SOURCES THAT IT WO ULD TAKE A
LIFETIME TO LIST THEM WITH EACH NAME/DATE. SOURCE LISTED ON SOME OF THIS
DATA DOESN'T NECESSARILY MEAN IT IS THE ONLY SOURCE BY ANY MEANS.
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THANK YOU SO MUCH TO EVERYONE WHO HAS CONTRIBUTED TO THIS GENEALOGY ESP.
JUNE PEAV EY WHO HAS CONTRIBUTED A LIFE TIME OF RESEARCH.
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IF THERE IS PROOF OF A CHANGE O R ADDITION THAT SHOULD BE MADE, PLEASE
CONTACT ME AT: lbraendle@aol.com.
GO D BLESS, -LISA BRAENDLE
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*There are many sources for the Family of Edward Peve .
*In ME/NH Genealogical Dictionary, pg 48 states:
Alter Edward Pevey to Pave y. It is unclear as to what Edward changed his
name or why. We do know that Samuel b. 1710 (son of Nathaniel, as listed
below) m. Mary Cone did go by Pa vey. Samuel's descendants use this
spelling to date. It is also important t o note that I haven't found
source to positively prove that this Samuel Pavey was the son of
Nathaniel (as listed below). I've found many other trees/gen ealogies
stating this connection. Cannot prove nor disprove so I've left on u ntil
more is known. There is some question whether this Samuel Pavey line
fits here based on the surname spelling-more research is currently being
done .[Barnes.FTW]

In Genealogical Distionary of ME/NH., pg 48, it states: Alter Edward Pevey to Pavey. Why?? We know ancestry comes from PEVERILL/PEVE/PEVR. Unclear as to which Edward changed to Pavey and why. We do know that Samuel b. 1710 (son of Nathaniel) m. Mary Cone did go by Pavey. Descendants of Samuel's use thi s spelling to date. ********************************************************* **************** **IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER** THIS GENEALOGY IS A PRORESS IN THE WORKS!! FOR MORE INFORMATION ON SOURCES USED FOR THIS GENEALOGY, PLEASE CON TACT LISA BRAENDLE; 1852 34TH ST; WYOMING, MI 49509. PH#616-534-8983. PLEA SE DO NOT PUBLISH THIS TREE IN IT'S ENTIRETY OR PUT ON THE INTERNET WITHOUT MY PERMISSION. THIS IS A ROUGH DRAFT AND SHOULD BE USED AS A REFERENCE TOOL AND NOT AS YOUR ONLY SOURCE! SOME OF THIS MATERIAL HAS BEEN PROVEN, SOME HAS NOT. MY HOPE IS THAT THIS WILL BE AN AIDE TO SERIOUS RESEARCHERS TO CONNECT MORE LINKS AND ASSIST IN PROVING MORE OF THIS COMPILED DATA. THERE ARE SO M ANY SOURCES THAT IT WOULD TAKE A LIFETIME TO LIST THEM WITH EACH NAME/DATE. SOURCE LISTED ON SOME OF THIS DATA DOESN'T NECESSARILY MEAN IT IS THE ONLY S OURCE BY ANY MEANS. ********************************************************** *************** THANK YOU SO MUCH TO EVERYONE WHO HAS CONTRIBUTED TO THIS GENE ALOGY ESP. JUNE PEAVEY WHO HAS CONTRIBUTED A LIFETIMEOF RESEARCH TO THIS FEAT . JUNE IS A GREAT ROLE MODEL FOR ALL OF US AND FOR FUTURE GENEALOGISTS! ************************************************************************* IF T HERE IS PROOF OF A CHANGE OR ADDITION THAT SHOULD BE MADE TO THIS DATA, PLEA SE SUBMIT TO ME AT: lbraendle@@aol.com. GOD BLESS, -LISA BRAENDLE ********** **************************************************************** * *There are many sources for the Family of Edward Peve. i.e-Susan Cole-emailed notes/vell iger@@digitalexp.com

Wife's General Notes




[peavey1.ged.FTW compiled by Gene Lines]

Line in Record @I3368@ (RIN 3368) from GEDCOM file was too long:
Line in Record @I3368@ (RIN 3368) from GEDCOM file was too long:

Abial Charles Pevey & Francis Ann Robertson




Husband Abial Charles Pevey 1 2

       Born: 15 Oct 1835 - Henniker, Merrimack Co., NH 1
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       Died: 9 Nov 1895 - Florence, Fremont Co., Colorado 1
     Buried: 10 Nov 1895 - Mesa Baptist Cemetery  Pueblo, Pueblo Co., Colorado 1


     Father: Jacob S. Pevey (Abt 1796-1872) 1 2 3
     Mother: Susan Campbell (1805-1838) 1 2


    Married: 



Wife Francis Ann Robertson 1

       Born: 28 Aug 1836 - Candia, Rockingham Co., NH 1
 Christened: 
       Died: 18 Aug 1936 - Denver, Denver Co., Colorado 1
     Buried: 19 Aug 1936 - Fairmont Cemetery  Denver, Denver Co., Colorado 1


     Father: Robert W. Robertson (      -      ) 1
     Mother: Mary Brown (      -      ) 1




Children
1 F Iona F. Peavey 1

       Born: 25 Apr 1858 - Henniker, Merrimack Co., NH 1
 Christened: 
       Died: 30 Jun 1862 - Mississippi 1
     Buried: 1 Jul 1862 - Mississippi 1
     Status: Father:Natural, Mother:Natural


2 M Charles W. Peavey 1

       Born: 30 Jan 1862 - Shiloh, Jackson Co., Tennessee 1
 Christened: 
       Died: 21 Jul 1909 - Tishomingo, Johnston Co., Oklahoma 1
     Buried: 23 Jul 1909 - Tishomingo, Johnston Co., Oklahoma 1
     Status: Father:Natural, Mother:Natural


3 F Nina Frances Peavey 1

       Born: 18 Oct 1864 - Joliet, Will Co., Illinois 1
 Christened: 
       Died: 9 Aug 1952 - Denver, Denver Co., Colorado 1
     Buried: 11 Aug 1952 - Fairmont Cemetery  Denver, Denver Co., Colorado 1
     Status: Father:Natural, Mother:Natural
Spouse: John Thomas Robertson ( -Between 1937) 1 Marr: 24 Apr 1884 - Denver, Denver Co., Colorado 1

4 F Iona Pevey

       Born: 1858
 Christened: 
       Died: 1862
     Buried: 
     Status: Father:Natural, Mother:Natural


5 M Charles Pevey

       Born: 1862
 Christened: 
       Died: 1909
     Buried: 
     Status: Father:Natural, Mother:Natural


6 F Nina Pevey

       Born: 1864
 Christened: 
       Died: 1952
     Buried: 
     Status: Father:Natural, Mother:Natural
Spouse: John Thomas Robertson ( -Between 1937) 1 Marr: 1884


Husband's General Notes
He was murdered during a hold-up while on the job in the railroad yard in Florence, Colorado.

Abiel Pevey




Husband Abiel Pevey 1 2

       Born: 27 Mar 1799 - Greenfield, Hillsborough Co., NH 1
 Christened: 
       Died: 29 Nov 1799 - Greenfield, Hillsborough Co., NH 1
     Buried: 29 Nov 1799 - Greenfield Cemetery  Greenfield, Hillsborough Co., NH 1


     Father: Peter Pevey (1762-1836) 2 3
     Mother: Lucy Cummings (1767-1854) 1 2 3


    Married: 



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Abiel Pevey & Louisa Stone




Husband Abiel Pevey 1 2 3

       Born: 17 Jan 1807 - Greenfield, Hillsborough Co., NH 1
 Christened: 
       Died: After 1850 - Lowell, Middlesex Co., MA 1
     Buried: 


     Father: Peter Pevey (1762-1836) 2 3
     Mother: Lucy Cummings (1767-1854) 1 2 3


    Married: 4 Dec 1832 - Greenfield, Hillsborough Co., NH 1



Wife Louisa Stone 1 2 3

       Born: 9 Mar 1813 - Fitswilliam, Swanzey, Chesire Co., NH 1
 Christened: 
       Died: After 1850 1
     Buried: 


     Father: Martin Stone (      -      ) 1
     Mother: Betsey Valentine Ballard (      -      ) 1




Children
1 M Gilbert A. Pevey 2 3

       Born: Abt 1834
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       Died: 
     Buried: 
     Status: Father:Natural, Mother:Natural


2 M John M. Pevey 1 2 3

       Born: 1836 - Greenfield, Hillsborough Co., NH 1
 Christened: 
       Died: 
     Buried: 
     Status: Father:Natural, Mother:Natural


3 M George E. Pevey 2

       Born: 1838 - Greenfield, Hillsborough Co., NH 1
 Christened: 
       Died: 
     Buried: 
     Status: Father:Natural, Mother:Natural


4 M Franklin S. Pevey 1 2

       Born: 1842 - Greenfield, Hillsborough Co., NH 1
 Christened: 
       Died: 
     Buried: 
     Status: Father:Natural, Mother:Natural


5 M James A. Pevey 1 2

       Born: 1844 - Greenfield, Hillsborough Co., NH 1
 Christened: 
       Died: 
     Buried: 
     Status: Father:Natural, Mother:Natural


6 F Emily L. Pevey 1

       Born: 31 Mar 1847 - Lowell, Middlesex Co., MA 1
 Christened: 
       Died: 
     Buried: 
     Status: Father:Natural, Mother:Natural



Husband's General Notes




Census 1850: Lowell, Middlesex Co., MA Page 105A: Abiel (43) was living with his wife Louisa (37) and their children, John N. (14), George (12), Franklin (8), James (6), Emily (3). William Jefts(22) and his wife Caroline (17) were also in the house.

Occupation: He worked in an iron foundry.

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[Big_Mama_Tree.ged compiled by Lisa Braendle]

Source for Children's names is:
Files of Arthur Peavey, dated 1924/ per Lowell MA Times.

Captain [Peavey_Family.GED compiled by Mark & Harriet Kulow]

He was listed in the 1861 directory for Lowell MA as the overseer of a foundry living in house 8 on Swamp Locks Dutton with his son George. John M., Merrill C. and Jewett were all nearby.

Abigail Pevey




Husband

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Wife Abigail Pevey 1

       Born: 17 Jan 1807 1
 Christened: 
       Died: 
     Buried: 


     Father: Peter Pevey (1762-1836) 2 3
     Mother: Lucy Cummings (1767-1854) 1 2 3



Amos Whitemore Pevey




Husband Amos Whitemore Pevey 2 3

       Born: 6 Apr 1821 - Greenfield, Hillsborough Co., NH 1
 Christened: 
       Died: 27 Sep 1821 - Greenfield, Hillsborough Co., NH 1
     Buried: 27 Sep 1821 - Greenfield, Hillsborough Co., NH 1


     Father: Benjamin Abbot Pevey (1794-1864) 2
     Mother: Clarissa Whittemore (1799-1871) 1 2 3


    Married: 



Wife

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Sources


1 Mark Kulow, Peavey_Family.GED.

2 Lisa Braendle, Big_Mama_Tree.ged.

3 Jalanne Herd Barnes, Barnes.FTW.

4 Gene Lines, peavey1.ged.

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