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Mabel Leona STEVENSON.5,128 Parents: Clinton D. STEVENSON and Margaret REINKE.

Spouse: Garrett A. DEROINER.


Mary STEVENSON2,3 was born on 23 Dec 1778.2,3 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 30941. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Genealogies of Kentucky Families from the Register of the Kentucky
Historical Society" (Genealogical Pub. Co., 1981) Vol. O-Y, p.766-770. Cites:
(a) Draper Manuscripts, interview of Jane (Gay) Stevenson.

!Birth: (1) 23 Dec 1778, d/o Samuel Stevenson/Jane Gay.
Marriage to James Cox: (1) His 2nd wife.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "Genealogies of Kentucky Families from the Register of the Kentucky
Historical Society" (Genealogical Pub. Co., 1981) Vol. O-Y, p.766-770. Cites:
(a) Draper Manuscripts, interview of Jane (Gay) Stevenson.

!Birth: (1) 23 Dec 1778, d/o Samuel Stevenson/Jane Gay.
Marriage to James Cox: (1) His 2nd wife. Parents: Samuel STEVENSON and Jane GAY.

Spouse: James COX. James COX and Mary STEVENSON were married. Reference Number:582445


Mary STEVENSON3,95 was born about 1807 in <, , Ohio>.3 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 54233. She has Ancestral File Number 13XH-9ZQ.

Spouse: William REYNOLDS. William REYNOLDS and Mary STEVENSON were married. Reference Number:940439 Children were: Sarah Jane REYNOLDS.


Mary STEVENSON3,406 was born in Oct 1833 in PA.3,406 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 56155. [boyd-trees.ged]







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Information on Mary as per Audrey Jones.

Spouse: William Thomas MCCASLIN. William Thomas MCCASLIN and Mary STEVENSON were married about 1868.3,406 Reference Number:967786 Children were: Jennie MCCASLIN, Albert MCCASLIN, Georgianna MCCASLIN, Mary Belle MCCASLIN.


Mary Brown STEVENSON3,405 was born WFT Est 1819-1839.3,405 She died WFT Est 1840-1923.3,405 She is reference number 98336.

Spouse: Charles Edward GOODALL. Charles Edward GOODALL and Mary Brown STEVENSON were married WFT Est 1840-1873.3,405 Reference Number:1573555


Mary Elizabeth STEVENSON5,128 was born about 1878.5,128 She is reference number 4212.

Spouse: Walter Hall Sr. HALSTEAD. Walter Hall Sr. HALSTEAD and Mary Elizabeth STEVENSON were married about 1903 in Buffalo, NY.5 Reference Number:3106 Children were: Living HALSTEAD, Living HALSTEAD, Living HALSTEAD.


Mary Hester STEVENSON3,413 was born in 1780.3,413 She died on 13 May 1865 in Elliott Cemetery Holmes County, OH.3,413 She was buried Unknown in Old Elliott Church Holmes County, Ohio.3,413 She is reference number 93315. [boyd-trees.ged]







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She and Andrew's wife Mary were sisters. Parents: .

Spouse: James ELLIOTT. James ELLIOTT and Mary Hester STEVENSON were married WFT Est 1813-1842.3,413 Reference Number:1467584 Children were: Moses ELLIOTT, Frances ELLIOTT, James ELLIOTT Jr, John N. ELLIOTT, George ELLIOTT, Ann Jane ELLIOTT, Elisa ELLIOTT, Thomas ELLIOTT.


Mary Hester STEVENSON3,95,218 was born about 1786 in Ireland.3,95,218 She died on 13 May 1864 in Ohio.3,95,218 She is reference number 110595. She has Ancestral File Number XNWH-Z6. Parents: James STEVENSON and Elizabeth NESBITT.


Mary Jane STEVENSON5,128 was born on 7 Dec 1882 in Saline Co., Neb..5,128 She died on 18 Feb 1965 in Hermiston, Umatilla Co., Oregon.5,128 Parents: William Henry STEVENSON and Sarah E. SMALL.

Spouse: Bert Elliott HALSTEAD. Bert Elliott HALSTEAD and Mary Jane STEVENSON were married on 18 Jul 1904 in St. Paul, Neb..5 Children were: Florence Josie HALSTEAD, Ray HALSTEAD.


Mirteon Ralph STEVENSON.138 Parents: Mirteon Ray STEVENSON and Lovetta Lovey KELLER.


Mirteon Ray STEVENSON.138

Spouse: Lovetta Lovey KELLER. Children were: Floyd Dinsmon STEVENSON, Mirteon Ralph STEVENSON, Grace Mae STEVENSON.


Morris STEVENSON3,9 was born about 1828.3,9 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 91274.

Spouse: Eliza WAGES. Morris STEVENSON and Eliza WAGES were married on 18 Oct 1857 in Andrew, Missouri.3,9 Reference Number:1450725


Myrtle STEVENSON5,128 was born on 6 Jul 1886 in Aurora, Neb..5,128 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]5,128 She died on 3 Feb 1969 in Grand Island, Hall Co., Neb..5,128 Parents: William Henry STEVENSON and Sarah E. SMALL.

Spouse: Ciscro HALSTEAD. Ciscro HALSTEAD and Myrtle STEVENSON were married. Children were: Living HALSTEAD, Living HALSTEAD, Opal HALSTEAD.


Nancy STEVENSON.188

Spouse: Mauldin REEVES.


Narcissa STEVENSON3,405,426 was born on 1 Nov 1796 in Greenville, Tennessee.3,426 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,38,142,928 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,577 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,577 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,142,928 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,38 She died on 10 Oct 1875 in Henry County, Indiana.3,426 She was also known as Boyd.3,142 She was also known as Marcissa Stinson.3,142 She was also known as Narcissa Stinson.3,38,577 She was buried Unknown in Batson Cemetery, New Castle, IN.3,142,928 She is reference number 79176. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,405 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,405 [boyd-trees.ged]



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In "Pioneer Life" papers and "Pioneer History of the Boyd Family" by
Belle St anford, Narcissa's surname is called "Stinson".

Spouse: Robert BOYD. Robert BOYD and Narcissa STEVENSON were married on 22 Feb 1821.3,405,426 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]3,577 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]3,142,629,928,931 Reference Number:469863
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Narcissa and Robert's marriage record in Book ZZ; Page 142. Children were: William L. BOYD, Liza BOYD, James BOYD, Martha P. BOYD, Mary Ann BOYD.


Nelia STEVENSON5,128 was born on 15 Nov 1891 in Illinois.5,128 She died on 5 Aug 1968 in Grand Island, Hall Co., Neb..5,128 Parents: William Henry STEVENSON and Sarah E. SMALL.

Spouse: Walter HOSHAW. Walter HOSHAW and Nelia STEVENSON were married. Children were: Living HOSHAW, Living HOSHAW, Living HOSHAW, Living HOSHAW, Living HOSHAW, Living HOSHAW, Living HOSHAW, Living HOSHAW.


Peter STEVENSON3,413 was born about 1825.3,413 He died WFT Est 1858-1916.3,413 He is reference number 93475.

Spouse: Sarah Jane DUNCAN. Peter STEVENSON and Sarah Jane DUNCAN were married WFT Est 1858-1892.3,413 Reference Number:1488238


Prudence STEVENSON3,38,332,583,813 was born in May 1801.3,332,583 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,38 She died in 1835.3,583 She is reference number 25654. Parents: John STEVENSON and Elizabeth MOFFETT.

Spouse: Moses BOYD. Moses BOYD and Prudence STEVENSON were married in 1826.3,332,583,813 Reference Number:496726 Children were: Thomas Sloan BOYD, John Wilson BOYD, Moses Pharr Stevenson BOYD, William Alexander BOYD, David Lindly BOYD, James Alburtus BOYD.


Robert STEVENSON2,3 was born about 1773.3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 30859. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Genealogies of Kentucky Families from the Register of the Kentucky
Historical Society" (Genealogical Pub. Co., 1981) Vol. O-Y, p.766-770. Cites:
(a) Draper Manuscripts, interview of Jane (Gay) Stevenson.

!Birth: (1) s/o Samuel Stevenson/Jane Gay.
Marriage to Sarah Cohagen: (1)
Marriage to Elizabeth Ramsey: (1)[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "Genealogies of Kentucky Families from the Register of the Kentucky
Historical Society" (Genealogical Pub. Co., 1981) Vol. O-Y, p.766-770. Cites:
(a) Draper Manuscripts, interview of Jane (Gay) Stevenson.

!Birth: (1) s/o Samuel Stevenson/Jane Gay.
Marriage to Sarah Cohagen: (1)
Marriage to Elizabeth Ramsey: (1) Parents: Samuel STEVENSON and Jane GAY.

Spouse: Elizabeth RAMSEY. Robert STEVENSON and Elizabeth RAMSEY were married. Reference Number:580816

Spouse: Sarah COHAGEN. Robert STEVENSON and Sarah COHAGEN were married. Reference Number:580817


Robert Allen STEVENSON3,413 was born in 1861.3,413 He died in 1950.3,413 He is reference number 92274.

Spouse: Lucia Leota ELLIOTT. Robert Allen STEVENSON and Lucia Leota ELLIOTT were married WFT Est 1900-1932 in Ford County, Ill..3,413 Reference Number:1465217


Ruby Christine STEVENSON7,188 was born on 23 Oct 1924 in Houston, Harris, TX. She died on 20 Jun 1925 in Houston, Harris, TX Of Double Pneumonia. She was buried on 21 Jun 1925 in Washington Cemetery, Houston, Harris, TX. She was christened in Greek Orthodox. Parents: Sam STEVENSON and Laura Edith SPATES.


Ruth A STEVENSON395 was born on 30 Jun 1800.395 She appeared in the census in 1850 in Age 50 Page 254B Todd Co KY.395 She died on 29 Mar 1856 in KY.395

Spouse: Liner PIDCOCK. Liner PIDCOCK and Ruth A STEVENSON were married on 12 Aug 1822 in Hopkins Co KY.395


Sam STEVENSON7,188 was born on 27 May 1897 in Bursa, Turkey. He died on 28 Aug 1974 in Bay City, Matagorda, TX Of Cardiac Arrest. He was buried on 30 Aug 1974 in Brookside Cemetery, Houston, Harris, TX. He was also known as Stavrakoudis. He was christened in Greek Orthodox Church (Turkey). Interest: fishing

Spouse: Laura Edith SPATES. Sam STEVENSON and Laura Edith SPATES were married on 23 Sep 1922 in Beaumont, Jefferson, TX. Children were: Yanoula Rose STEVENSON, Sophiea STEVENSON, Ruby Christine STEVENSON.


Samuel STEVENSON2,3 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 32113. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Genealogies of Kentucky Families from the Register of the Kentucky
Historical Society" (Genealogical Pub. Co., 1981) Vol. O-Y, p.766-770. Cites:
(a) Draper Manuscripts, interview of Jane (Gay) Stevenson.

(1a) 1775: Moved to what is now Pocohontas Co., West Virginia on the Greenbrier River.
(1a) 1776, Apr: Samuel STEVENSON, his father-in-law James GAY, Ben BLACKBURN and
went to William ELLIOTT to KY. Claimed some land in what became Woodford Co.,
KY.
(1a) 1776, Jun: Returned to VA.
(1a) 1776: Went to OH to "spy out" some land. Claimes some land in what became
Green Co., OH.
(1a) 1779: Led a group of settlers to KY. The group included schoolmaster John
McKINNEY. They went down Powell's Valley to Boonesborough.
(1a) 1779, Oct: Came to Lexington, which had been settled the previous April.
(1a) 1780, 2 Apr: They went to McConnell's Station, about 1 1/4 miles from
Lexington, between Frances and William McCONNELL's places, where Royall's
Mills was later.
(1a) 1784, 1 Mar: Settled the land in Woodford Co. he had claimed earlier.
His brothers-in-law Alexander DUNLAP and John GAY helped build his house with
their friend Moses McILVAIN. In the same season they built the others' houses,
too.
(1a) Gave the land for Pisgah Church, the first church in KY.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "Genealogies of Kentucky Families from the Register of the Kentucky
Historical Society" (Genealogical Pub. Co., 1981) Vol. O-Y, p.766-770. Cites:
(a) Draper Manuscripts, interview of Jane (Gay) Stevenson.

(1a) 1775: Moved to what is now Pocohontas Co., WV on the Greenbrier River.
(1a) 1776, Apr: Samuel STEVENSON, his father-in-law James GAY, Ben BLACKBURN and
went to William ELLIOTT to KY. Claimed some land in what became Woodford Co.,
KY.
(1a) 1776, Jun: Returned to VA.
(1a) 1776: Went to OH to "spy out" some land. Claimes some land in what became
Green Co., OH.
(1a) 1779: Led a group of settlers to KY. The group included schoolmaster John
McKINNEY. They went down Powell's Valley to Boonesborough.
(1a) 1779, Oct: Came to Lexington, which had been settled the previous April.
(1a) 1780, 2 Apr: They went to McConnell's Station, about 1 1/4 miles from
Lexington, between Frances and William McCONNELL's places, where Royall's
Mills was later.
(1a) 1784, 1 Mar: Settled the land in Woodford Co. he had claimed earlier.
His brothers-in-law Alexander DUNLAP and John GAY helped build his house with
their friend Moses McILVAIN. In the same season they built the others' houses,
too.
(1a) Gave the land for Pisgah Church, the first church in KY.

Spouse: Jane GAY. Samuel STEVENSON and Jane GAY were married on 22 May 1771 in , VA.2,3 Reference Number:580793 Children were: Thomas STEVENSON, James STEVENSON, Robert STEVENSON, Jane STEVENSON, ,Maj. John STEVENSON, William STEVENSON, Mary STEVENSON, Samuel STEVENSON.


Samuel STEVENSON2,3 was born in 1781.2,3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 32148. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Genealogies of Kentucky Families from the Register of the Kentucky
Historical Society" (Genealogical Pub. Co., 1981) Vol. O-Y, p.766-770. Cites:
(a) Draper Manuscripts, interview of Jane (Gay) Stevenson.

!Birth: (1) 1781, s/o Samuel Stevenson/Jane Gay.
Marriage to Elizabeth Clark: (1)
Marriage to Harriett Webb: (1)[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "Genealogies of Kentucky Families from the Register of the Kentucky
Historical Society" (Genealogical Pub. Co., 1981) Vol. O-Y, p.766-770. Cites:
(a) Draper Manuscripts, interview of Jane (Gay) Stevenson.

!Birth: (1) 1781, s/o Samuel Stevenson/Jane Gay.
Marriage to Elizabeth Clark: (1)
Marriage to Harriett Webb: (1) Parents: Samuel STEVENSON and Jane GAY.

Spouse: Harriett WEBB. Samuel STEVENSON and Harriett WEBB were married. Reference Number:581558

Spouse: Elizabeth CLARK. Samuel STEVENSON and Elizabeth CLARK were married. Reference Number:588702


Sara Jane STEVENSON3,206 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 64824.

Spouse: William Boyd GARTEN. William Boyd GARTEN and Sara Jane STEVENSON were married. Reference Number:1089305 Children were: Bertha GARTEN, Leonard GARTEN, Sterling GARTEN, Albert GARTEN, Frank GARTEN, Authur GARTEN, John GARTEN.


Sophiea STEVENSON.188 Parents: Sam STEVENSON and Laura Edith SPATES.

Spouse: Felix FLOWERS.

Spouse: Harold Gene MCBRIDE. Children were: Living MCBRIDE, Living MCBRIDE, Living MCBRIDE, Living MCBRIDE.


Thomas STEVENSON2,3 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 44968.

Spouse: Rebecca. Thomas STEVENSON and Rebecca were married between 1760 and 1763.2,3 Reference Number:789606


Thomas STEVENSON5,128 was born about 1622.5,128 He is reference number 7873.

Spouse: ANNIE. Thomas STEVENSON and ANNIE were married. Reference Number:10512 Children were: Abigale STEVENSON.


Thomas STEVENSON2,3 was born about 1771.3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 30858. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Genealogies of Kentucky Families from the Register of the Kentucky
Historical Society" (Genealogical Pub. Co., 1981) Vol. O-Y, p.766-770. Cites:
(a) Draper Manuscripts, interview of Jane (Gay) Stevenson.

!Birth: (1) s/o Samuel Stevenson/Jane Gay.
Marriage to Mary Steele: (1)[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "Genealogies of Kentucky Families from the Register of the Kentucky
Historical Society" (Genealogical Pub. Co., 1981) Vol. O-Y, p.766-770. Cites:
(a) Draper Manuscripts, interview of Jane (Gay) Stevenson.

!Birth: (1) s/o Samuel Stevenson/Jane Gay.
Marriage to Mary Steele: (1) Parents: Samuel STEVENSON and Jane GAY.

Spouse: Mary STEELE. Thomas STEVENSON and Mary STEELE were married. Reference Number:580792


Thomas STEVENSON3,95,218 was born about 1789 in <, County Donegal, , Ireland>.3,95,218 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 110573. He has Ancestral File Number 1BFD-G8R. Parents: James STEVENSON and Elizabeth NESBITT.


Thomas Benjamin STEVENSON3,333 was born in 1851.3,333 He died in 1908.3,333 He is reference number 104994. Parents: Henderson C. STEVENSON and Angeline MCFADDEN.


Uphia STEVENSON3,206 was born on 2 Jun 1800 in North Carolina.3,206 She died on 12 Apr 1854 in Bureau Co., Ill..3,206 She was buried Unknown in N. Prairie Cemetary, Lamoille Tp., Bureau Co., Ill..3,206 She is reference number 64645.

Spouse: William G. GARTEN. William G. GARTEN and Uphia STEVENSON were married on 23 Mar 1825 in Lawrence Co., Indiana.3,206 Reference Number:1086470 Children were: Azariah Davis GARTEN, Elijah Preston GARTEN, James Stephenson GARTEN, William Boyd GARTEN, Robert Lindsay GARTEN, Robert Lindsay GARTEN.


Walter STEVENSON.188 Parents: Addison STEVENSON and Mary Catherine ARLEDGE.


William STEVENSON.188 Parents: Addison STEVENSON and Mary Catherine ARLEDGE.


William STEVENSON3,583 was born in 1725 in Ulster, County Atrim, Ireland.3,583 He died in 1809 in Nearstatesville, North Carolina.3,583 He is reference number 42919. [boyd-trees.ged]









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William Stevenson, Patriarch. Will; Original in his own hand. Copied from A History and Genealogical Record of the Stevenson Family from 1748 to 1926 By
Rev. Samuel Harris Stevenson, Rev. J. A. Harris, and Hon. W. F. Stevenson.

In the name of God. Amen. I, William Stevenson, Senior, of the State of North Carolina and County of Iredell, being at present in my ordinary state of health, of mind and of memory - thanks be to God for it - calling to mind the mortality of my body, that it is appointed for all men once to die, for that all have sinned - do make this and ordain it and no other heretofore by me made - to be my last will and testament. And first of all, I commit my soul to God, who gave it to me, and my body to the dust, to be buried in a decent manner, at the discretion of my Executors hereinafter mentioned, nothing doubting but I shall receive the same again at the Last Day by the power of Almighty God; and for such earthly things as it hath pleased God to endow me with, I dispose of them in the following manner; And, first of all, I allow my lawful debts fully to be discharged. 2. I leave to my loving wife, Mary, one negro wench named Dina, to be at her disposal during the life of my wife; and after that, if the said Dina be alive, to go as I shall direct. I also leave to her her own choose of all the beds we own, with full furniture hereunto belonging; also her own clothes, coarse and fine, also her own choose of all the horse creatures we then shall be possessed of; her own saddle and bridle; also a choose of the cattle as far as two cows and two calves; I also leave her in full possession of the house I now live in while she remains my widow; also the use of the barn, kitchen and other necessary houses thereunto belonging with the third part of this plantation I now live on, clear and unclear, with the use of all my stock, horses, cows, sheep and hogs, with all laboring instruments necessary for laboring on the plantation, except the reserves hereafter to be made; also the negro man named Henry, during her widowhood, to be under her direction to labor for the family support; and if my dear wife does not choose to live in her present habitation, but would choose rather to go to live with some other of her children, she may take with her the wenches named, and Henry, and what stock she pleases, to labor for her and themselves. 3. I leave to my son, Moses, the whole of the plantation I now live on, which contains 535 acres, after my wife is served of it, and two parts of it clear and unclear, till then. I also allow to him, after my wife is done with them, all the instruments of laboring tools belonging to the plantation, the present wagon excepted; the remaining at the time of cattle, sheep, and hogs I allow for his use; also all household furniture of all kinds, except beds and books, I bequeath to him. I also allow him my big house Bible and Hymn and Psalm Book with my lot in Union Library. 4. I leave and bequeath to my daughter Elizabeth McKenzie, the forementioned wench Dina, when my wife is done with her, to whom she is now left, her, with all her breed, till then, if any there be, be the said McKenzie's; and till that time comes she is now possessed of a negro boy named Jack that is to fill her room until delivered to her, and if death should prevent, Jack is to continue in her stead as their own property; but if Dina is delivered aforesaid Jack returned and disposed of as hereafter directed. 5. I leave and bequeath to William Stevenson, son of John Stevenson, one hundred acres of land laying on the waters of Third and Fourth Creek near Statesville, being part of a tract given by me to my son, Robert Stevenson, and by him exchanged to his brother James, the said 100 acres being on the east end of said tract, beginning at a black oak sapling, George Robinson's northeast corner of a piece of the same tract he bought of said James Stevenson; from thence east to a post oak sapling, being the original east corner of said tract; but now cut down, unknowingly by the cutter, is now supplied by a large standing stone set up by and before many witnesses for that purpose; from thence south to a Spainish oak joining William Simentown, Esqr.; thence west with said Simentown's till a post oak sapling on said line George Robinson's southeast corner; thence north with said Robinson's line to the beginning. And if the said William should not live to possess it, it is to pass to the next male in the family till possessed. 6. I leave to Mary Stevenson, John Stevenson's oldest daughter, one mare known by the name of the sorrel mare's colt. 7. I leave to my son, John Stevenson, the wagon I am now the possessor of, but no gears. 8. I also leave to my son, William Stevenson, all my clothes that I am possessed sof both coarse and fine. 9. I do leave and bequeath unto William Stevenson Sloan one hundred dollars, to be paid to him out of my estate, together with my full margin Bible to be given to him also. 10. My books not already mentioned I allow to be divided amongst my children at the discretion of my Executors. 11. The remaining of my estate not yet bequeathed I allow to be put to public sale, to-wit: The two negroes Henry and Jack, if Dina lives to release Jack; if not, Henry is only to be sold; also what horses may remain together with whatever bedding may then remain as the property of the Estate, all to be sold, and the whole Estate, or the amount of it after all demands are cleared off, to be equally divided amongst all my children, male and female. Last of all, I appoint my sons, John, William and Robert Stevenson to be the Executors of this, my last will and testament, and in witness of my satisfaction with what is herein contained, I have hereunto set my hand and seal this Eighth day of March, 1803. Signed with my hand and sealed with my seal in presence of us, William Stevenson, Sr.
Test: Fergus Sloane,
O. H. Matthewa, Jurat. (Red Wafer)
Jno. Matthews.

Mr. Stevenson died in the spring of 1809. His son Robert had moved to the great West in 1807, and settled in Bellvue, in Missouri, in 1808. The sons John and William qualified as Executors and filed the inventory of the Extate May 15, 1809.

William Stevenson arrived in Washington County Pennsylvania in between 1747 and 1750, probably 1748. He migrated to Iredell County, N. C. in 1762.

William's mother married (2.) Mr. White in County Atrim, Ulster, Ireland, after the death of her husband. She emigrated with Mr. White and the rest of the Stevenson siblings. William did not accompany them at the time. He was bound to a tailor in Ireland for several years to learn the tailor's trade and his master would not give him up to accompany the rest of the family.

William married Mary McClelland of a Scotch Irish family, who perhaps, had emigrated to America about the same time as his mother and Mr. White.

William received a land grant from Lord Granville April 4, 1761. He visited the country between the Catawba and South Yadkin Rivers in North Carolina. In the fall of 1763 he removed with his family to Iredell County, North Carolina. Two of his brothers and perhaps several of his wife's kin went with them.

William Stevenson often called "Little Gabriel," from his great fluency and fervency in prayer was elected and installed one of the 1st. board of Ruling Elders in Fourth Creek Church, and served the church in this capacity for as long as he lived.

Spouse: Mary MCCLELLAND. William STEVENSON and Mary MCCLELLAND were married. Reference Number:767147 Children were: John STEVENSON.


William STEVENSON2,3 was born about 1777.3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 30939. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Genealogies of Kentucky Families from the Register of the Kentucky
Historical Society" (Genealogical Pub. Co., 1981) Vol. O-Y, p.766-770. Cites:
(a) Draper Manuscripts, interview of Jane (Gay) Stevenson.

!Birth: (1) s/o Samuel Stevenson/Jane Gay.
Marriage to Peggy Scott: (1)[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "Genealogies of Kentucky Families from the Register of the Kentucky
Historical Society" (Genealogical Pub. Co., 1981) Vol. O-Y, p.766-770. Cites:
(a) Draper Manuscripts, interview of Jane (Gay) Stevenson.

!Birth: (1) s/o Samuel Stevenson/Jane Gay.
Marriage to Peggy Scott: (1) Parents: Samuel STEVENSON and Jane GAY.

Spouse: Peggy SCOTT. William STEVENSON and Peggy SCOTT were married. Reference Number:582414


William Henry STEVENSON5,128 was born on 13 Mar 1860 in Maquon, Ill..5,128 He died on 28 Feb 1949 in Grand Island, Hall Co., Neb..5,128 Parents: Jesse P. STEVENSON.

Spouse: Sarah E. SMALL. William Henry STEVENSON and Sarah E. SMALL were married on 12 Apr 1879 in Friend, Neb..5,128 Children were: Delia STEVENSON, Mary Jane STEVENSON, Myrtle STEVENSON, Nelia STEVENSON, Edgar STEVENSON, Julia Ann STEVENSON.


Yanoula Rose STEVENSON.188 Parents: Sam STEVENSON and Laura Edith SPATES.

Spouse: Willard Charles MCCOOL. Children were: Living MCCOOL, Living MCCOOL, Living MCCOOL, Steven Lee MCCOOL, Perestrada MCCOOL.


Raymona Louise STEVES3,407 was born in 1958.3,407 She died in 1993.3,407 She is reference number 42584.

Spouse: Living BOYD. Children were: Living BOYD.


Living STEVESN.3

Spouse: Living RAKES. Children were: Living STEVESN, Living STEVESN.


Living STEVESN.3 Parents: Living STEVESN and Living RAKES.


Living STEVESN.3 Parents: Living STEVESN and Living RAKES.


Anna L. STEWARD3,203,206 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 41758.

Spouse: Sylvester NEWELL. Sylvester NEWELL and Anna L. STEWARD were married. Reference Number:737688 Children were: Living NEWELL, Oeta Mae NEWELL, Leo R. NEWELL.


Faith STEWARD.188

Spouse: John ALDRICH.


Isaac STEWARD3,41 was born in .3,41 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 85524.

Spouse: Mary Ellen RICHARDS. Isaac STEWARD and Mary Ellen RICHARDS were married on 26 Feb 1880 in Union Co., IA..3,41 Reference Number:1379299 Children were: Loretta Blanch STEWARD.


James A. STEWARD3,387 died Unknown.3,387 He is reference number 62180.

Spouse: Mathilda Jane POWELL. James A. STEWARD and Mathilda Jane POWELL were married on 18 Aug 1859 in Montgomery Co., IN.3,387,2169 Reference Number:1053312


Living STEWARD.3

Spouse: Living BATT.


Living STEWARD.3

Spouse: Living BOYD. Children were: Living STEWARD, Living STEWARD, Living STEWARD.


Living STEWARD.3 Parents: Living STEWARD and Living BOYD.

Spouse: Living BRYAN. Children were: Living BRYAN, Living BRYAN.

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