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bullet Curtis Leon IVEY was born on 28 Feb 1871 in San Marcos, Hays County, Texas. He died on 31 Dec 1953 in San Marcos, Hays County, Texas. Parents: Elijah P. IVEY and Mary Ann SANDERS.

He was married to Eulah ROGERS on 7 Oct 189.


bullet Edward IVEY was born Private. Parents: IVEY. Parents: .


bullet Elijah IVEY was born in 1759 in England. He was born in 1759 in England. (226) He served in the military in 1776 in Fairfield District, South Carolina. Served three months, two of which were as substitute for two of his brothers, names not given) in Captain Jacob Love's, Colonel John Wynn's South Carolina Regiment and was stationed at the barracks in Chaleston. He served in the military in 1780 in Eutaw Springs, South Carolina. Volunteered in 1780, served in Captian Thomas Taylors South Carolina Regiment and was in the battle of Eutaw Springs, South Carolina. Length of this service was about two years. He served in the military in 1783 in Orangeburg District, South Carolina. Served six months under the officer under which he had servedin 1780 and was stationed at Orangeburg. He died on 15 Jan 1840 in Haynesville, Lowndes County, Alabama. Tombstone in Sawyer Cemetery in Sandy Ridge, Lowndes County, Mississippi:
IVEY, Elijah, 10-27-1830, 7-24-1865 This is possibly his son Elijah P. Ivey
He died on 25 Jan 1840 in Ivey Family Cemetery, Ivey Plantation, Whitehall, Lowndes County, Alabama.(227) He was buried in Lowndes County, Alabama. !NOTES: Elijah Ivey came to the U. S. with some brothers, settled in South Carolina. He was a participant in the Revolutionary War, and after he died, his minor son claimed and received pension benefits. Family believes these brothers were John, Edward, Henry, Robert and Mike Ivey. Census of 1800 Fairfield Dist., S. C. shows brother John with two minor children, and Elijah with 9 children: two girls and seven boys.

It is believed he owned many slaves and migrated with members of his family to Lowndes Co., Montgomery Co. and near Tuscaloosa, Alabama, from South Carolina in about 1820. At this date there are numerous descendants of Elijah Ivey residing throughout the Southern United States.

Children of Elijah Ivey are named in order they were named in his will, executed in Lowndes Co. Alabama 17 Oct 1839, probated 3 Feb 1840, Lowndes Co.,AL. Additional names of children not named in will were obtained from Theodosia Long in 1949 while visiting with her in Lee Co. MS. by Dallas A. and Lucille Webb Johnson, and from written history of Helen Long Mooring in 1952. Elijah Ivey made his last will on October 17, 1839 and the will
was probated on February 2, 1840 in Lowndes County, Alabama. Jesse Ivey, son of Elijah Ivey, was executor of his father's will. His living children were: Thomas Ivey, Martha Ivey, William Ivey, Samuel Ivey, Jesse Ivey, Sarah Tatum, Asa Ivey, Curtis Ivey, and Elijah P. Ivey.

Elijah Ivey was buried in the area of Letohatchee, in Lowndes County, Alabama, where he lived.


Elijah Ivey reportedly was married four or five times. Four times while living in Orangeburg and Fairfield Counties, according to the Ivey Family in the US. .The first nine children were reportedly from his first wife, name unknown. No children were known to exist of marriages two and three. His fourth marriage reportedly was to a Mary Hartin, from which marriage three boys were born, Asa, Curtis and Elijah, Jr., who were minors at the time of his death in January 1840. He was reportedly married a fifth time, but no children were known to have ensued from this marriage.

Some of his family settled in Haynesville, Lowndes County, Alabama, others in Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, and other in the city of Montgomery

Marriage records of Lowndes Co., AL show the following marriages of Elijah Ivey, believed to be the progenitor of this family:


10 Mar 1833 (Year illegible) Mary Caroline Harrison. (This possibly could be the Mary Hartin referred to above.
19 Dec 1839 Hannah Haginbottom. (This could be the fifth wife)

Elijah Ivey enrolled for Alabama Revolutionary Pension in Lowndes County,Alabama in 1833, age 74 years, and was granted a pension. Pension # 515188 South Carolina. Copy of his application in the Pension Bureau, Washington DC.
Bounty Land Warrant issued June 15, 1857, Bounty land Warrant 67525, 160 acres 1855
On Oct 9, 1859 "sold to Wm A. Bradford, assignment acknowledged in De Soto Parish, Louisiana. Bradford located warrant on the w 1/2 SW 1/4 Sec 7, T- 11, R 14 and the E 1/2 SE 1/4, sec 12, T-11, R. 15 in District of Lands, subject to sale at Natchetohes, La Oct 26, 1859. Same day assign right to Chapman L Hoog, sept 7, 1860.

According to the Alabama Dept of Archives and History military records: IVEY, ELIJAH, aged 75, and a resident of Lowndes County; private, S.C. Militia; enrolled on November 4, 1833, under act of Congress of June 7,1832, payment to date from March 4, 1831; annual allowance, $80; sums received to date of publication of list, $200. Revolutionary Pension Roll, in Vo1. xiv, Sen. Doc. 514, 23rd Cong., 1st sess., 1833-34. He first enlisted in Fairfield District, South Carolina in the Spring of 1776, and served in Captain Loves' Company of Colonel John Wynn's South Carolina Regiment and was stationed at Charleston, South Carolina. He volunteered again in 1780 and served in Captain Stark's Company of Colonel Thomas Taylor's South Carolina Regiment and was in the battle of Eutaw Springs, this service lasting for two years. In 1783, he enlisted in Orangeburgh District, South Carolina and served six months under Captain Thomas Stark again, also under Colonel Taylor, and was stationed at Orangeburg.

In the 1790 Orangeburgh, SC census he is listed with 1 male over 16, including head of family, 3 males under 16, and 3 females. He moved back to Fairfield District sometime in the 1790s and is listed there in the 1800 census, as having 4 males under 10, 2 males 10-16, 1 male 16-26, and 1 males 26-45, 1 female under 10, 1 female 10-16, and 1 female 26-45.

In 1816, he conveyed land in Fairfield County, South Carolina to a son Thomas Ivey. In 1818 David and Polly Spiva sold 375 acres of land in Union County, South Carolina, on Fairforest Creek to Elijah Ivey. Also in 181, William Berry purchased land in Fairfield County from Elijah Ivey.
IN 1824 and 1825, Abraham Fergeson bought land in Fairfield County from Elijah Ivey, and in 1826, Elijah Ivey sold land in Fairfield County to James Graham and Charles G Graham

Other marriages of Iveys not shown in this family history are:
Ephraim Ivey m. Frances Crouch, 5 June 1842;
Henry C. Ivey m. Sarah (Sallie or Elizabeth) Edwards 5 Dec 1850;
John Ivey m. Emiline S. E. Perdue 14 Oct. 1840;
Ardelissa Jane Ivey m. William F. Curtis, 15 Feb 1855;
Elizabeth Ivey m. Thomas S. Lane, 23 Dec 1852;
Julia Ann Ivey m. Joel Snip 13 Jan 1836
Lydia Ivey m. Gidium Hollis 3 Jan 1839;
Mary Elizabeth Ivey m. John Hooper Coffey 16 Jan 1840.


Following is from FamilyTree Maker CD #3, Tree #1701 (spelling has been corrected)

ONE OF ELIJAH IVEY'S BROTHERS WHO WAS ALREADY IN AMERICA, WROTE TO ELIJAH IN ENGLAND ABOUT THE MISTREATMENT OF THE COLONISTS BY THE BRITISH. SO ELIJAH IVEY CAME TO AMERICA WHEN HE WAS 17 YEARS OLD TO FIGHT WITH THE COLONISTS AGAINST THE BRITISH. HE ENLISTED IN 1776, AS A PVT. WITH THE SOUTH CAROLINA MILITIA IN FAIRFIELD DISTRICT WITH HIS BROTHERS. HE RE-ENLISTED WITH THE SOUTH CAROLINA MILITIA AGAIN IN 1870. IN 1790 HE WAS RESIDING IN THE ORANGEBURG DISTRICT, S.C.
HE MOVED HIS ENTIRE FAMILY TO LOWNDES CO., ALA. AND SETTLED ON A PLANTATION ADJOURING THE "EDWARDS" LAND AT WHITE HALL, SOMETIME IN THE 1820'S. HIS FIRST LAND GRANT WAS IN 1819 IN LOWDNES CO. IN TOWNSHIP 16 N, RANGE 14 EAST, SEC. 30.
HE WAS MARRIED 4 OR 5 TIMES. THE FIRST TWO OR THREE MARRIAGES WERE PROBABLY IN S.C., BUT THE NAMES OF THE WIVES ARE UNKNOWN. HE MARRIED HIS THIRD OR FOURTH WIFE, MARY HARTEN (HARTIN) IN AUG 1829 IN FAIRIELD DIST., S.C. NEAR WINNSBORO. SHE WAS THE MOTHER OF HIS THREE YOUNGEST SONS AND SHE DIED ABOUT 1835, PROBABLY AFTER, OR DURING THE BIRTH OF HER YOUNGEST SON. ELIJAH IVEYS LAST WIFE WAS HANNAH HAGINBOTTOM WHOM HE MARRIED ON DEC 19,1839 IN LOWDNES CO. ALA. BEFORE THIS LAST MARRIAGE HE HAD MARRIED ISABELLA HOLLIS, IN AUTAUGA CO. ON JULY 27, 1836.

According to Ivey Families in the US, Elijah's ancestral lineage is Henry Ivey, II x Nancy LNU, Henry Ivey x Rebecca Sledge, Adam Ivey x Elizabeth. However.....since it is known that Elijah Ivey came to the US shortly before or after the beginning of the Revolution, and the original Adam Ivey mentioned herein was already in the US for many years, it is highly unlikely this is the correct lineage. Parents: IVEY. Parents: .

He was married in Fairfield District, South Carolina. According to the Ivey Book, three of Elijah's sons: William, Samuel and Newel lived for several years in Union County, South Carolina and were in the 1820 federal census of that county.

Additional children, mothers unknown are :

Newel
Barrett
Louisa

These may possibly be the three unknown children of Elijah Ivey and Mary HARTIN/MARTIN.

Dates of sale of land in Fairfield County, would indicate that possibly Elijah did not move to Alabama until 1826.

Elijah Ivey moved his family to Lowndes County, Alabama, shortly after his fourth marriage. His sons. living in Union County, South Carolina, also moved to Alabama with their father.

Elijah Ivey applied for a pension under the Act of Congress of 1832. On November 4, 1833, Elijah Ivey reported his age as 75 and was a resident of Lowndes County, Alabama. Elijah Ivey received his pension (File S 15188). There was no documentary evidence (his home
had burned) of his service, but he proved his case by tester William Kirkland.

Elijah Ivey sold land in Fairfield County, South Carolina, to John Grant in 1834.

The families of the children of Elijah Ivey and his fourth wife
Mary Hartin Ivey were as follows;

m. Asa B. Ivey, who was born in Alabama circa 1831. He married first Jane Elizabeth Gordon and second Mary J. Edwards.

m. Curtis Ivey, was born in Alabama circa 1833 and died as a young man, i.e. by 1855. Children were: Barrett IVEY, Jesse IVEY, Martha IVEY, Elizabeth IVEY, William IVEY, Thomas IVEY, Samuel IVEY, Sarah ("Sallie") IVEY, Mary Ann ("Polly") IVEY, Nancy IVEY, Newel IVEY, Louisa I Granville IVEY.

He was married to Mary (Mary Caroline?) HARTEN/HARTIN?MARTIN? about 1829 in near Winslow, Fairfield District (County), South Carolina. (210) Children were: ? IVEY, ? IVEY, ? IVEY, Asa IVEY , Curtis IVEY, Elijah P. IVEY .

He was married to Hannah HAGINBOTTEM on 19 Dec 1839.

He was married to Isabella HOLLIS on 27 Jul 1836 in Autauga County, Alabama.(228)


bullet Elijah Elmo IVEY was born on 22 May 1874 in San Marcos, Hays County, Texas. Parents: Elijah P. IVEY and Mary Ann SANDERS.

He was married to Myrtle DAUGHERTY on 22 May 1895.


bullet Elijah P. IVEY was born on 29 Sep 1835 in Lowndes County, Alabama. He died on 20 Nov 1912 in San Marcos, Hays County, Texas. He has Ancestral File number AFN: CP35-PF. !Source: Application for benefits filed with Pension Records of Elijah Ivey for his minor child, Elijah Ivey, Jr. Also, distribution and final settlement of estate of Elijah Ivey, Sr. by Executor. Book D Page 157, Probate Records of Loundes Co., AL. On October 22, 1855, Elijah P. Ivey applied for and received 160 acres of bounty land through the military service of his deceased father, Elijah Ivey, who served as a Patriot Soldier in the Revolutionary War. The Bounty Land Warrant Number was 67528-160-55.


Moved with his wife and his children's families to Hays County, Texas, from DeSoto Parish, Louisiana abt 1869.

Mother's name from pension records of Elijah Ivey.
Parents: Elijah IVEY and Mary (Mary Caroline?) HARTEN/HARTIN?MARTIN?.

He was married to Mary Ann SANDERS on 20 Dec 1858 in DeSoto Parish, Louisiana. Children were: Mary Emma IVEY, Milton Drew IVEY, Sarah Cassie IVEY, Susan Addis IVEY, Claude Sanders IVEY, Curtis Leon IVEY, Elijah Elmo IVEY, Huling Clinton IVEY, James Ford IVEY, Paul Pressler IVEY.


bullet Elizabeth IVEY was born on 9 Oct 1810 in Montgomery County, Alabama. (229) She died on 14 Oct 1835 in Edwards Family Cemetery, Whitehall, Alabama.(230) She was born. !Elizabeth Ivey married a man by the name of Zach Edwards. She as well as the preceeding were children by Elijah Ivey's first wife. Additional source marriage records of Montgomery Co. AL. p. 15, Book C. and will of Elijah Ivey Oct. 1839. Loundes Co. AL. Parents: Elijah IVEY.

She was married to Zachariah ("Zach") A. EDWARDS on 7 Mar 1827 in Whitehall, Montgomery County, Alabama. Children were: William Thomas EDWARDS, Alfred "Ally" EDWARDS , Baby Girl EDWARDS, David Crockett EDWARDS MD, Sarah Elizabeth "Sallie" EDWARDS.


bullet Henry IVEY was born Private. Paid by the State of South Carolina for 98 days of military duty in 1782.
Parents: IVEY. Parents: .


bullet Henry C. IVEY was born WFT Est. 1805-1835.(231) He died WFT Est. 1855-1922.(232) Sarah Elizabeth "Sallie" Edwards, married Henry C. Ivey. They were cousins. He was in the Confederate States of America Army as a Private in Densons' Alabama Infantry, Conoley's Company, organized in Dallas County, Dases' Volunteers. He was captured at Vicksburg, Mississippi, but soon paroled. The Iveys lived in Grand Cane, Louisiana, which she described as a "wild, unsettled country." They moved to Mansfield, Louisiana and then to Shreveport, where he was a cotton dealer.

Parents: Jessie IVEY.

He was married to Sarah Elizabeth "Sallie" EDWARDS on 5 Dec 1850 in No Children. (233)


bullet Huling Clinton IVEY was born on 12 Aug 1876 in San Marcos, Hays County, Texas. He died on 21 Feb 1920. Parents: Elijah P. IVEY and Mary Ann SANDERS.

He was married to Nana DAUGHERTY on 2 Jun 1897.


bullet James Ford IVEY was born on 3 Sep 1878 in San Marcos, Hays County, Texas. He died on 2 Nov 1944 in San Marcos, Hays County, Texas. Parents: Elijah P. IVEY and Mary Ann SANDERS.

He was married to Middie May WAGLEY on 19 Sep 1900.

He was married to Anna BATTLE.


bullet Jesse IVEY was born on 14 Feb 1799. He was born on 14 Feb 1799 in South Carolina. (234) He died on 14 Jul 1879 in Mansfield, DeSoto Parish, Louisiana.(235) !Source: Will of Elijah Ivey Oct 1839 Loundes Co. AL. Jesse Ivey became guardian of the three minor children Asa, Curtis and Elijah Ivey, Jr. and subsequently filed for pension benefits and bounty warrants for Elijah Ivey, Jr.

Guardian of Elijah P. Ivey, minor child of Elijah Ivey, and Jesse Ivey's half brother, on December 29, 1856, applied for a pension, BLW, (67528-160-55). Jesse Ivey was living in
DeSoto Parish, Louisiana, at the time. Parents: Elijah IVEY.

He was married to Artitissa (Ardelisia) MC DOUGAL. Children were: Lucy Catherine IVEY, Sarah Jane IVEY.


bulletJesse IVEY. Parents: William IVEY and Nancy DAVIS.


bulletJohn IVEY was born Private. Parents: IVEY. Parents: .


bullet John IVEY Parents: William IVEY and Nancy DAVIS.


bullet Louisa I Granville IVEY Only record of herr was the record of her receiving a gift of land in Fairfield County, South Carolina, from her brother, Samuel Ivey. He was living in Union County, South Carolina, when he gave this land to Louisa Ivey. Parents: Elijah IVEY.


bullet Lucy Catherine IVEY was born on 1 Sep 1816 in South Carolina. (236) She died on 22 Oct 1867 in Montgomery, Alabama. (237) Buried in 3rd husband's cemetery plot She was buried. Husbands cemetery plot.
Parents: Jesse IVEY and Artitissa (Ardelisia) MC DOUGAL.

She was married to William ABBOTT about 1832.(238) Children were: William P. ABBOTT.

She was married to Zachariah ("Zach") A. EDWARDS on 17 May 1836 in Lowndes County, Alabama.(239) (240) Married by Reverend Holley Children were: Caroline L "Callie" EDWARDS, Mary Austin "Matie" EDWARDS, Calendonia "Donie" EDWARDS, David EDWARDS, Thomas Benton EDWARDS, Henry EDWARDS, Celestia EDWARDS.

She was married to Reverend Ferdinald Laborna SHAVER on 19 Dec 1855 in Lowndes County, Alabama. (241) Married by Reverend Rice


bullet Martha IVEY was born about 1791/92 in South Carolina. She has Ancestral File number AFN: VLHN-VW. Parents: Elijah IVEY.

She was married to Alexander LONG in 1809 in Fairfield District, South Carolina. Children were: Elias LONG, Amelia LONG, John Jackson (T.) LONG, Strother LONG, Martha Missouri LONG, Cynthia LONG, James George Washington LONG, Lafayette LONG, Elizabeth LONG, Ann LONG.


bullet Mary Ann IVEY Parents: William IVEY and Nancy DAVIS.


bullet Mary Ann ("Polly") IVEY was born. ! Nancy Ivey married a man by the name of Aldridge. Source: Will of Elijah Ivey Oct 1839, Loundes Co. Al. and marriage records of Loundes Co. AL. Parents: Elijah IVEY .

She was married to MC BRIDE.


bullet Mary Emma IVEY was born on 5 Nov 1858 in Grand Cane, Louisiana. She died on 20 Feb 1930 in San Marcos, Hays County, Texas. Parents: Elijah P. IVEY and Mary Ann SANDERS.

She was married to P. J. C. SMITH on 21 Nov 1878.


bullet Michael IVEY Parents: IVEY.


bullet Mike IVEY was born Private. Parents: .


bullet Milton Drew IVEY was born on 19 Mar 1861 in Grand Cane, Louisiana. He died on 10 Jun 1861 in Grand Cane, Louisiana. Parents: Elijah P. IVEY and Mary Ann SANDERS.


bullet Nancy IVEY Parents: Elijah IVEY.


bulletNewel IVEY was born about 1790 in Orangeburg District, South Carolina. Listed in the 1820 Union County census as unmarried and living near his brother, Samuel. Probably died as a young man. Parents: Elijah IVEY .


bullet Paul Pressler IVEY (Private). Parents: Elijah P. IVEY and Mary Ann SANDERS.

He was married to Mabel RICHERSON on 22 Aug 1901.


bullet Robert IVEY was born Private. Robert Ivey, enlisted in 2nd Regiment Nov. 4, 1775 Discharged July 8,
1778.

Robert Ivey, served 31 days as a Lieutenant in the Militia under Gen.
Marion in 1782. Parents: IVEY. Parents: .


bullet Samuel IVEY was born on 12 Apr 1794 in South Carolina. He died on 19 Jan 1880 in Grand Cane, Louisiana. Married twice before marriage to Elizabeth Flora ?

Moved to Union County before 1820 and was married to Lucy Glenn

The 1820 U.S. Census of Union County, South Carolina, lists Samuel Ivey, Sr. with 1 male under 10; (Samuel Ivey, Jr.); 1 male 16 to 26 (Samuel Ivey, Sr.); 1 female under 10 (Elizabeth W.G.O. Bowker); and 2 females 16 to 26 (Lucy Glenn Bowker Ivey and the other unknown - perhaps Louisa I. Granville Ivey).

In 1823, Samuel Ivey deeded land in Fairfield County, South Carolina to Louisa I. Granville Ivey, his sister. The land was a was a gift.

In 1827, the state brought charges against Samuel Ivey, Sr. in favor of Nancy Cooper. He was charged with raping her in March of 1826 and again on the 6th or 7th of May 1827. On October 27, 1827, Nancy Cooper declared the charges to be false and Samuel Ivey was
aquitted.

In about 1826, Samuel deserted his wife and moved in with his father, who shortly thereafter went to Alabama. On June 26, 1832, William W. Glenn, brother of Lucy Ivey, "Appeared as trustee of Lucy Ivey to protect her property against her husband who deserted her and left her in destitute circumstances."

After leaving South Carolina, Samuel Ivey had a common-law wife in Alabama and had children by her. This is probably Elizabeth Flora. Parents: Elijah IVEY.

He was married to Elizabeth Flora .

He was married to Lucy Lynn GLENN. Children were: Samuel IVEY.


bullet Samuel IVEY South Carolina Equity Records state that Samuel Ivey, Jr. a minor, was being
committed to the care of his grandmother, Elizabeth Wright Glenn. Thomas Bowker had formerly been the guardian of Samuel Ivey, Jr. The compiler of the Ivey Bookr does not know why Samuel Ivey, Jr. did not live with his parents.


Parents: Samuel IVEY and Lucy Lynn GLENN.


bullet Sarah ("Sallie") IVEY was born WFT Est. 1780-1814. (242) She died WFT Est. 1836-1902.(243) !Source: Will of Elijah Ivey Oct 1839, Loundes Co. AL. and marriage records of Loundes Co. AL.. in 1831. Parents: Elijah IVEY.

She was married to Jesse P. TATUM on 15 Dec 1831 in Lowndes County, Alabama.


bullet Sarah Cassie IVEY was born on 25 Sep 1863 in Grand Cane, Louisiana. She died on 7 Jan 1946 in San Marcos, Hays County, Texas. Parents: Elijah P. IVEY and Mary Ann SANDERS.

She was married to F. M. JOHNSON on 3 Sep 1885.


bullet Sarah Jane IVEY Parents: Jesse IVEY and Artitissa (Ardelisia) MC DOUGAL.

She was married to D. C. MC MEANS. Children were: H A MC MEANS .


bullet Susan Addis IVEY was born on 4 Oct 1866 in Grand Cane, Louisiana. She died in 1937. Parents: Elijah P. IVEY and Mary Ann SANDERS.

She was married to Alfred Jesse IVEY on 14 Jan 1891.


bullet Thomas IVEY was born. Elijah Ivey conveyed land to his son in Fairfield County, South Carolina in 1816. Thomas appears as head of household in the 1810 US Census and was probably still there in the 1820 census which is not complete.

Thomas Ivey conveyed land to William McBride in 1820 and to William Boils in 1837. Still living when his father died in 1840 Parents: Elijah IVEY.

He was married to UNKNOWN.


bullet William IVEY was born about 1792. Ivey Book gives date of birth as abt 1786, Orangeburg County, South Carolina. He was living in 1820 in Union County, South Carolina. He died in 1853. or 1857 !William Ivey was married to Emiline Amelia Cregg. He was by Elijah Ivey's first wife, name unknown. Additional source: Marriage records of Loundes Co. AL in 1847 showing marriage to "Mrs. Emiline Aldridge." and will of Elijah Ivey Oct 1837 in Loundes Co. AL. He was also married two times previous to his marriage to Emiline. his second marriage was about 1825 in Union County.

On record in Union County, South Carolina is a document which reads as follows:
"Know all men by these present that I, Samuel Ivey, do this day give William Ivey's five children (by Nancy Davis Ivey) viz:

(1) Willaby Ivey
(2) Mary Ivey
(3) Nancy Ivey
(4) Jesse Ivey
(5) John Ivey

the following property: a studd horse, a large bay mare, and fifty dollars in money it being for the consideration of their legacy that came by their mother from their grandfather's estate and do hereby appoint their father guardian for them and their property that I have this day given them. Given under my hand and seal the 25th of January 1827." this document is recorded in Book S, p. 396 in the Union County records.

on 28 May 1825, William Ivey sold his land in Union County to John Bates, Esq. and moved to Lowndes County, Alabama, with his father, Elijah Ivey.
Parents: Elijah IVEY.

He was married to Nancy DAVIS. Children were: Willoby IVEY, Mary Ann IVEY, Jesse IVEY, John IVEY.

He was married to Emiline Amelia CREGG (CRAIG?) on 16 Aug 1847 in Lowndes County, Alabama.


bullet Willoby IVEY Parents: William IVEY and Nancy DAVIS.


bullet Edna JENNY died on 18 Aug 1964.(244) She was born WFT Est. 1902-1923.(245)

She was married to Walter Harris EDWARDS Private.


bullet Jo Ann JERNIGAN Parents: Leon JERNIGAN and Myrtice L. Green WEBB.


bullet Perrin JERNIGAN !Last known to be living in Grenada, Mississippi. (About 1990) Parents: Leon JERNIGAN and Myrtice L. Green WEBB .


bulletF. M. JOHNSON.

He was married to Sarah Cassie IVEY on 3 Sep 1885.


bullet Janelle Leigh JOHNSON (Private). Parents: Dallas Albert JOHNSON and Lucille Martha WEBB.

Children were: Kay Ella HOLMES, Kevin Edward HOLMES.


bulletOllie JOHNSON was born WFT Est. 1854-1881.(246) He died WFT Est. 1906-1967.(247)

He was married to Jessie Ivey EDWARDS on 2 Jan 1901.(248)


bullet Dr. S. E. JOHNSON !Source: Family history prepared by Mary Ila Long in 1950, which shows a second marriage of Lovie Lynn Webb to Dr. S. E. Johnson.

He was married to Lovie Lynn WEBB in Nov 1920 in Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee. Children were: Webb JOHNSON .


bullet Webb JOHNSON died in Sep 1922 in Atlanta, Georgia. !Source: Family History prepared by Mary Ila Long in 1950. Parents: Dr. S. E. JOHNSON and Lovie Lynn WEBB.


bullet Calert JONES was born Private.

He was married to Sarah "Sallie" Beatrice EDWARDS Private.


bullet Bonnie KELLY was born Private.

She was married to George Thomas EDWARDS Private.


bullet Telitha Ann LINTON

She was married to Jesse LONG. Children were: Henrietta LONG, Charles Arthur LONG, Oscar Fitzgerald LONG, Luther Calvin LONG, Annie May LONG, Jesse Lee LONG, Ruby Beatrice LONG.


bullet Alexander LONG was born in 1788 in South Carolina or Ireland. He died about 1833/34 in Lowndes County, Alabama. He has Ancestral File number AFN: VLHN-CB. !Source: Census of 1880, Lee County, MS. under John J. Long, p. 99, Dwelling 28, Family 32. which cites father of John J. and mother being both born in South Carolina, as was John J. Long in 1814

Moved with his family from South Carolina with the Ivey Family in 1827 and settled in Lowndes County, Alabama, where he died and was buried..

It is known that he was Irish born and of pure Irish parents. He was a skilled mechanic and architect by trade, and had a great love for creating poetry and a gift for music.

He was married to Martha IVEY in 1809 in Fairfield District, South Carolina. Children were: Elias LONG, Amelia LONG, John Jackson (T.) LONG, Strother LONG, Martha Missouri LONG, Cynthia LONG, James George Washington LONG, Lafayette LONG, Elizabeth LONG, Ann LONG.


bullet Allen McKinney LONG (Private). Parents: George Washington LONG and Pellie Frances OLIVER.

Children were: Clarence Aubrey LONG.


bulletAmelia LONG was born in 1812 in Fairfield District, South Carolina. Parents: Alexander LONG and Martha IVEY.

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