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JOSEPH PAVEY

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Generation No. 1

1. JOSEPH(1) PAVEY died Unknown.

Notes for JOSEPH PAVEY:
Joseph came to the Georgia colony from the British Isles in 1736 as a part of James Oglethorps British colony. Joseph is listed in "A list of early Georgia settlers" as a person who came to Georgia on his own account. It states; Embarked 1736;lot 172 in Savannah, he had a lycense to keep a public house 2 Dec. 1736. He had to leave to purchase this lot of Auther Johnston 16 Aug. 1736 and paid three negros with 10 sterl for it valued at 73 sterl.

In 1738 he left this town to settle in Augusta, Where 14 June 1736 Mr. Oglethorp ordered him a lot of 500 acres.

He is listed as being a "Victualler", pronounced vit'l'er, indicates one who runs a restaurant or tavern or one who supplies food to the military or public. This license to keep a public house was only issued by the trustees of the colony. In the book "A history of Georgia" by Stephens it states that two ships came to the colony in 1736 but only mentions the name of one of them and it is the "Sloop Hawk". I have not located a passenger list to see if Joseph is on it or the point of departure. Some of this info was from a Mrs. Jewell Peavy Kerstead. I have been unable to find any of her sources.

Children of JOSEPH PAVEY are:


i. MICHAEL(2) PAVEY, d. Unknown.

2. ii. DIAL PAVEY, b. 1739, Orange County, North Carolina; d. 1814, Wilkes County, Georgia.



Generation No. 2

2. DIAL(2) PAVEY (JOSEPH1) was born 1739 in Orange County, North Carolina, and died 1814 in Wilkes County, Georgia. He married HANNAH Abt. 1762. She was born 1743, and died Unknown in Georgia.

Children of DIAL PAVEY and HANNAH are:


i. SUSANNAH(3) PEAVY, d. Unknown.

ii. ANDREW PEAVY, d. Unknown.

3. iii. ABRAHAM PEAVY, b. May 03, 1765, Orange county, north carolina; d. August 15, 1837, Butler county, ala..

iv. DIAL PEAVY JR., b. 1767; d. Unknown.

v. JOSEPH PEAVY, b. 1772; d. Unknown.

vi. LEABETH PEAVY, b. 1774; d. Unknown.

vii. PETER PEAVY, b. 1776; d. Unknown.

viii. JAMES PEAVY, b. 1778; d. Unknown.

ix. JOHN PEAVY, b. 1780; d. Unknown.



Generation No. 3

3. ABRAHAM(3) PEAVY (DIAL2 PAVEY, JOSEPH1)1 was born May 03, 1765 in Orange county, north carolina, and died August 15, 1837 in Butler county, ala.. He married LYDIA SEALE September 1784, daughter of CHARLES SEALE and LYDIA MUSE. She was born 1771, and died October 13, 1845 in Butler county, ala..

Notes for ABRAHAM PEAVY:

Military: Pvt. North Carolina Militia, Revolutionary war, 1779, First entered service as substitute for his father. Served more thn two years, served in the co. commanded by Capt. Quinn, of the rgt. commanded by Col. O'neal, on the South Carolina line for two years. When not in active service he was kept as a guard at the public store house.

Abraham is found to be in Wilkes county Georgia in 1786,1787,and 1790-1793 (the list for 1788 and 1789 are not found). About 1794 we find Abraham with his brother in law Thomas Seale in Hancock county Georgia.

In 1798 The heirs of Charles Seale ( Lydias father) give 50 acres to Daniel Seale. Signed by Lydia and Abraham in Hancock County Georgia oct. 19,1799. It appears that Abraham and Lydia move to Warren county in 1804 and then from Georgia to the Alabama territory around 1818 or 1819. The region we know as Butler county Ala. was occupied by the Creek nation untill the Creek war of 1813-1814.

After there defeat by General Andrew Jackson, the Creeks deeded the central portion of present day Alabama to the United States in the treaty of fort Jackson. A large area of land centered on the current Georgia-Alabama state line remained under Creek control, although the Creeks gave the whites the right to pass through this region on the Federal road, Whites poured into present day Butler and surrounding counties in 1817, many from Fairfield district South Carolina, in fact so many former residents of that area moved into central Alabama that the name Fairfield was originally chosen as the county name. However this was changed following the indian attacks of 1818. A group of renegade indians attacked the Ogly and Stroud families in there cabin on March 18,1818, shooting mr. Ogly, tomahawking Mrs. Stroud and butchering five young children. The neighborhood families rushed to the newly constructed Fort Bibb for protection, and on March 20th, a group of five men, including Capt. William Butler left fort Bibb for fort Dale, then under construction. They were attacked, with Capt. Butler brutally killed, scalped and his body mutilated.

During the growing season of 1818 the area families lived under fear of more indian attacks, but by Oct. the indians had left the area. The citizens chose Butler as the name of the county in honor of the bravery exhibited by Captain Butler. "History of Butler County", by John Buckner Little. It is possible that Abraham and Lydia experienced this bit of history. Abraham participated in the first election of Butler county on the first monday in August 1820. The election was for Sheriff. Recorded in " Butler County in the nineteenth century" by Marylin Davis Hahn. After Abraham's death Thomas Peavy served as estate administrator. Pension: W 10 880. Source

"Roster of Revolutionary soldiers and Patriots in Alabama" by Louise Milam Julich, Daughters of the American Revolution. According to his military pension record these are his children; Nancy, Vicy, Eli, Davy, Hilvy, Mchail, Hiram and Thomas. Note the spelling of Mchail is later spelled Michael. Michael and Abraham obtained land in Butler county in Township 7 range 14 very close to one another. A land office was set up in Milledgeville Georgia for the sale of land in the Alabama territory. This is documented in "Old Cahaba office records & military warrants 1817-1853" , compiled by Marilyn Davis Hahn. Others who acquired land in this same area are Daniel Peavy, Charles Peavy, Isaac Peavy and Asa Peavy.

More About ABRAHAM PEAVY:

Burial: Unknown, Butler county, ala.

Children of ABRAHAM PEAVY and LYDIA SEALE are:


i. NANCY(4) PEAVY, b. 1785; d. Unknown; m. PARR HUTCHINSON, April 06, 1806; d. Unknown.

ii. VICEY PEAVY, b. 1787; d. Unknown; m. JEHU ARNOLD, December 31, 1815, Hancock county, Georgia; d. Unknown.

4. iii. ELIE PEAVY, b. 1789; d. October 05, 1859.

5. iv. DANIEL PEAVY, b. 1791; d. Unknown.

v. HELVY PEAVY, b. 1793; d. Unknown.

6. vi. THOMAS PEAVY, b. 1797, Georgia; d. Unknown.

7. vii. MICHAEL PEVY, b. 1800, Georgia; d. February 27, 1871, Elmore Co. Ala..

8. viii. HIRAM PEEVY, b. 1811, Georgia; d. Unknown.



Generation No. 4

4. ELIE(4) PEAVY (ABRAHAM3, DIAL2 PAVEY, JOSEPH1) was born 1789, and died October 05, 1859. He married MARY YOUNGBLOOD January 19, 1815 in Hancock county, Georgia. She was born 1795, and died Unknown.

Children of ELIE PEAVY and MARY YOUNGBLOOD are:

i. GREEN B5 PEAVY, b. January 09, 1816; d. Unknown.

ii. BYRD Y PEAVY, b. 1817; d. Unknown.

iii. ABRAHAM Y PEAVY, b. 1820; d. Unknown.

iv. ELIZABETH PEAVY, b. 1821; d. Unknown.

9. v. ISSAAC Y PEAVY, b. January 25, 1823; d. April 08, 1903.

vi. MICAEL C PEAVY, b. June 01, 1825; d. Unknown.

vii. LYDIA CAROLYN PEAVY, b. 1828; d. Unknown.

viii. FRANCES F PEAVY, b. 1831; d. Unknown.

ix. JESSIE PEAVY, b. June 11, 1833; d. Unknown.


5. DANIEL(4) PEAVY (ABRAHAM3, DIAL2 PAVEY, JOSEPH1) was born 1791, and died Unknown. He married ELIZEBETH PEEVY July 27, 1818 in Hancock county, Georgia. She died Unknown.

Children of DANIEL PEAVY and ELIZEBETH PEEVY are:


i. SUSAN(5) PEAVY, d. Unknown.

ii. THOMAS PEAVY, d. Unknown.

iii. NANCY PEAVY, d. Unknown.

iv. ELIZA PEAVY, d. Unknown.

v. SARAH PEAVY, d. Unknown.


6. THOMAS(4) PEAVY (ABRAHAM3, DIAL2 PAVEY, JOSEPH1) was born 1797 in Georgia, and died Unknown. He married MARY. She was born Abt. 1799 in South Carolina, and died Unknown.

Children of THOMAS PEAVY and MARY are:


i. HIRAM(5) PEAVY, b. 1829; d. Unknown.

ii. MARY PEAVY, b. 1830; d. Unknown.

iii. NANCY PEAVY, b. 1832; d. Unknown.

iv. ABSALOM PEAVY, b. 1834; d. Unknown.

v. LYDIA PEAVY, b. 1836; d. Unknown.

vi. WILLIAM PEAVY, b. 1839; d. Unknown.

vii. JAMES PEAVY, b. 1841; d. Unknown.

viii. FRANCIS PEAVY, b. 1844; d. Unknown.


7. MICHAEL(4) PEVY (ABRAHAM3 PEAVY, DIAL2 PAVEY, JOSEPH1) was born 1800 in Georgia, and died February 27, 1871 in Elmore Co. Ala.. He married (1) HETTY HADEN Abt. 1832 in Georgia. She was born 1810 in Georgia, and died Bet. 1861 - 1867. He married (2) A.W RAYFIELD May 13, 1866 in Coosa County Alabama. She died Unknown.

Notes for MICHAEL PEVY:

Military; Alabama Militia, Coosa, 68th regiment, 3rd brigade, 7th division. 1837 Captain, 1840 Major; This Militia's main concern was to put down indian rebellions. In May of 1846 a company called "The Coosa Volunteers" was organized at Wetumpka. Captain Bennet s. Griffin styled his organization as a company of "riflemen". Henry W. Cox of Rockford raised another company on June 2, 1846 and both companies were mustered into service in the Mexican-American war for six months. Due to the lack of records it is not known if Michael participated in this war. In 1860 a company was formed called the "Central Institute Cavalry" of Which Michael was Captain. Documented in " History of Coosa County" by Rev. George E. Brewer. Note also that Walter Frances Pevy was listed as being third Lieutenant of this company and later joined the confederate states of america Major Pevy lived between Eclectic and Central in what was Coosa County Alabama but in 1866 became Elmore county. Michael owned a six hundred and eighty acre plantation. He raised a variety of crops and horses.

It is stated in Michael Pevy's Will and probate, dated sept.8, 1869 that his wife, A.W.Pevy and daughter Melissa O. Pevy shall have one cow and calf and bed and bed stead and clothing that goes with it. It also states that his property be sold to the highest bidder and the money be divided between his wife A.W. Pevy and his children, Walter F.Pevy, Julie Ann Ingram, Andrew Jackson Pevy, Lidia Jane Holley, Amanda Catherine Jordan, Missouria L. Gunnell and Milissa O.Pevy.

More About MICHAEL PEVY:

Burial: Unknown, Eclectic , Alabama

Children of MICHAEL PEVY and HETTY HADEN are:


10. i. WALTER FRANCES5 PEVY, b. August 19, 1832, Butler County , Ala.; d. June 30, 1904, Webster Parish , La..

11. ii. JULIA ANN PEVY, b. August 13, 1834, Butler co. Ala.; d. May 18, 1918, Elmore Co. Ala..

12. iii. ANDREW JACKSON PEEVY, b. June 28, 1836, Butler County , Ala.; d. January 18, 1912, Jonesboro , Jackson parish , La..

13. iv. LYDIA JANE PEVY, b. August 23, 1841, Butler co. Ala.; d. May 15, 1916, Elmore Co. Ala..

14. v. AMANDA CATHERINE PEVY, b. August 08, 1844, Butler co. Ala.; d. July 29, 1905, Elmore Co. Ala..

vi. MISSOURA PEVY, b. April 1847, Butler co. Ala.; d. January 1913, Elmore Co. Ala.; m. (1) WILLIAM GUNNELLS, November 09, 1867, Central Institute , Elmore County Ala.; d. Unknown; m. (2) LEE HOLLEY, October 01, 1876; b. January 22, 1861; d. July 20, 1914, Elmore Co.Ala..

More About MISSOURA PEVY:

Burial: Unknown, Watson Chapel cemetery /Red Hill , Elmore County , Ala.

vii. MELISSA O. PEVY, b. 1848; d. Unknown; m. A.F.ANDREWS, December 13, 1871, Elmore Co. Ala.; d. Unknown.

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8. HIRAM(4) PEEVY (ABRAHAM3 PEAVY, DIAL2 PAVEY, JOSEPH1) was born 1811 in Georgia, and died Unknown. He married SARAH. She was born 1812 in South Carolina, and died Unknown.

Children of HIRAM PEEVY and SARAH are:


15. i. GEORGE5 PEEVY, b. 1838, Alabama; d. 1865.

ii. CURTIS PEEVY, b. 1840; d. Unknown.

iii. MIKE PEEVY, b. 1841; d. Unknown.

iv. LYDIA PEEVY, b. 1844; d. Unknown.

v. CHARLES PEAVY, b. 1847; d. Unknown.



Generation No. 5
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9. ISSAAC Y(5) PEAVY (ELIE4, ABRAHAM3, DIAL2 PAVEY, JOSEPH1) was born January 25, 1823, and died April 08, 1903. He married MARY AN HOLT January 08, 1849. She was born January 18, 1825, and died September 22, 1895.

Children of ISSAAC PEAVY and MARY HOLT are:

i. LAURA(6) PEAVY, d. Unknown.

ii. MINERVA PEAVY, b. July 22, 1848; d. Unknown.

iii. POLLY ANN PEAVY, b. July 22, 1848; d. Unknown.

iv. W. DOT GREEN PEAVY, b. February 14, 1850; d. Unknown.

v. ELIZABETH L PEAVY, b. June 26, 1855; d. Unknown.

vi. LOUISA J PEAVY, b. December 02, 1856; d. Unknown.

vii. JESSIE C PEAVY, b. September 23, 1859; d. Unknown.

viii. JASPER L PEAVY, b. November 11, 1860; d. Unknown.

ix. JAMES I. PEAVY, b. November 11, 1860; d. Unknown.

x. FRANKLIN A. PEAVY, b. July 16, 1865; d. Unknown.

xi. ELIE JOSEPH PEAVY, b. January 06, 1867; d. October 30, 1955; m. LENA HASSILTINE CARLISLE, November 10, 1887; b. February 18, 1868; d. Unknown.


10. WALTER FRANCES(5) PEVY (MICHAEL4, ABRAHAM3 PEAVY, DIAL2 PAVEY, JOSEPH1) was born August 19, 1832 in Butler County , Ala., and died June 30, 1904 in Webster Parish , La.. He married MARTHA ANN WALL July 15, 1858 in Coosa County , Ala., daughter of JAMES WALL and ISABELLA JOHNSON. She was born April 14, 1841 in Alabama, and died January 07, 1920 in Webster Parish , La..

Notes for WALTER FRANCES PEVY:

Military: Central Institute Cavalry-1860-1862, third Lt.: Confederate States of America, 53rd Alabama Partisan Rangers, Company C, Colonel Moses Hannon Brigade. "Walt" enlisted in the confederate army on Aug. 6, 1862 at Buckyville Alabama. Present on the rolls through March 7, 1864. He is listed as a private and occupation in military as teamster. Surrendered at South Carolina at end of war. Walt moved to north Louisiana with his brother Andrew Jackson Pevy on Dec. 12, 1866.

According to a descendent of Andrew Jackson, Walt and Andrew and there familes left Alabama for Texas in 1866 but when they got to Dorcheat around what is now Webster parish it was flooded and they couldn't cross it. Walt decided to settle there and Andrew in Jackson parish. This claim is substaintiated by a book that has marriage dates and some tax lists for Coosa County Alabama, which states "tax insolvent-1866-moved to Texas".

There is also a document called the amnesty oath in which confederate soldiers signed that states Walter has been a resident of Claiborne parish since December 12, 1866. On military records Walt spelled his name Peavy. His address is listed on widow application as Jefferson Community, Webster Parish, (population in 1901 was 250), which was located about seven miles north of Minden which in now Kisatchie National Forest. This area was Claiborne parish untill 1871 when it was formed into what is now Webster parish. The postmaster of Jefferson was Oliver E. Horton. The post office operated from 1901 to 1911.

Walter filed for a homestead patent through the land office in Natchitoches, Louisiana on Feb.8, 1872. On the application it states that he has built a log cabin about seventeen square feet with gallery and shed annexed. He has planted, farmed and cultivated about fourty five acres of said land and has made the following improvements, kitchen, corn, crib, cotton house, well, horselot, garden and orchard. The fee for application being thirteen dollars and five cents for the entry of the north half of the southwest quarter and the southeast quarter of the southwest quarter of section three, in township twenty, of range nine west, containing one hundred twenty one acres and seventy five hundreds of an acre. After his death his property was left to his widow Martha Ann Pevy and in nineteenthirteen she transfered her property to her children and they inturn sold there portion to Virgal Andrew Pevy. They each sold there portion of the said property for twentyone dollars and fifty two cents and two hundred thirteen dollars and six cents to Martha Ann Pevy. Walter's name is spelled Pevy on the 1880 and 1900 Webster Parish census and on his grave marker. Buried in crow cemetery about one mile past pine grove methodist church on hwy.159. His cause of death listed on widows application for confederate pension was "died suddenly of sunstroke or apoplexy".

More About WALTER FRANCES PEVY:

Burial: Unknown, Crow cemetery , Webster Parish , La.

More About MARTHA ANN WALL:
Burial: Unknown, Crow cemetery , Webster Parish , La.

Children of WALTER PEVY and MARTHA WALL are:


i. HETTIE ISOBELL(6) PEVY, b. October 16, 1859, Montgomery, Ala.; d. September 26, 1938, Webster Parish; m.RUBON P. BOULWARE, January 11, 1878, Webster Parish; b. 1847; d. 1921, Springhill, La..

More About HETTIE ISOBELL PEVY:

Burial: Unknown, Spring Branch church cemetery , Springhill, La.

More About RUBON P. BOULWARE:
Burial: Unknown, Spring Branch church cemetery , Springhill, La.

ii. THOMAS MICHAEL PEVY, b. April 02, 1861, Alabama; d. December 13, 1937, Webster Parish , La.; m. MOLLIE MILLER, February 21, 1889, Webster Parish; b. 1872; d. 1945, Webster Parish , La..

Notes for THOMAS MICHAEL PEVY:

Occupation: Farmer

More About THOMAS MICHAEL PEVY:
Burial: Unknown, Pinegrove Methodist church Cemetery , Webster Parish, La.

More About MOLLIE MILLER:
Burial: Unknown, Pinegrove Methodist church Cemetary , Webster Parish , La.

iii. WILLIE T. PEVY, b. December 17, 1862, Alabama; d. September 28, 1864.

More About WILLIE T. PEVY:

Burial: Unknown, Alabama

iv. AMANDA SUSAN PEVY, b. March 11, 1866, Ala.; d. January 14, 1935, Hortman , Webster Parish , La..

Notes for AMANDA SUSAN PEVY:

She was a baby when Walter and Martha left Alabama and moved to Louisiana. She fainted and fell in the fireplace and was badly burned. She was engaged to be married at the time and called off her wedding, she never did get married.

More About AMANDA SUSAN PEVY:

Burial: January 15, 1935, Crow cemetery , Webster Parish , La.

v. MATRONA PEVY, b. February 14, 1868, Claiborne Parish , La; d. August 31, 1942, Lascruses , New mexico; m. TOMAL JOHNATHAN JACKSON KEA, October 02, 1884, Webster Parish; b. June 29, 1862, Newton , Ala.; d. March 11, 1947, Lascruses , New mexico.

More About MATRONA PEVY:

Burial: Unknown, Lascruses , New mexico

More About TOMAL JOHNATHAN JACKSON KEA:

Burial: Unknown, Lascruses , New mexico

vi. JAMES ELMORE PEVY, b. May 17, 1870, Claiborne Parish , La.; d. August 08, 1956, Webster Parish , La.; m. MALISSA HAYNES, September 24, 1891, Webster Parish; b. February 07, 1870; d. February 19, 1928, Webster Parish , La..

Notes for JAMES ELMORE PEVY:

Occupation: Merchant,Minden Mercantile, Owner of Pevy's Boarding House,508 South Broadway,Minden,Louisiana.

More About JAMES ELMORE PEVY:

Burial: Unknown, Pleasant valley cemetery , Webster Parish , La.

More About MALISSA HAYNES:

Burial: Unknown, Pleasant valley cemetery , Webster Parish , La.

vii. SUMPTER LEON PEVY, b. October 21, 1872, Webster Parish , La.; d. May 08, 1944, Webster Parish , La.; m. MARY LOUISA REAGAN, 1892, Webster Parish; b. May 02, 1875; d. September 30, 1970, Webster Parish , La..

More About SUMPTER LEON PEVY:
Burial: Unknown, Pinegrove Methodist church Cemetery , Webster Parish , La.

More About MARY LOUISA REAGAN:

Burial: Unknown, Pinegrove Methodist church Cemetery , Webster Parish , La.

viii. EXER PEVY, b. February 14, 1876, Webster Parish , La.; d. July 31, 1902, Union County Arkansas; m. JAMES E MORGAN, January 30, 1889, Webster Parish , La.; b. 1868; d. 1960.

More About EXER PEVY:

Burial: Unknown, Pleasant Hill cemetery , Union County , Arkansas

More About JAMES E MORGAN:

Burial: Unknown, Union County , Arkansas

ix. DEMPSEY DOUGLAS PEVY, b. September 27, 1877, Webster Parish , La.; d. July 08, 1944, Webster Parish, La.; m. LAURA LEE TOOLEY, December 26, 1898, Webster Parish , La.; b. January 30, 1880, Webster Parish, La.; d. June 08, 1959, Webster Parish , La..

Notes for DEMPSEY DOUGLAS PEVY:

Occupation:Farmer

More About DEMPSEY DOUGLAS PEVY:
Burial: Unknown, Pleasant valley church cemetery , Webster Parish , La.

More About LAURA LEE TOOLEY:
Burial: Unknown, Pleasant valley church cemetery , Webster Parish , La.

x. VIRGIL ANDREW PEVY, b. December 15, 1879, Webster Parish , La.; d. October 28, 1967, Webster Parish, La.; m. RILLA SEXTON, December 22, 1904, Webster Parish , La.; b. October 19, 1875, Webster Parish, La.;

d. February 15, 1958, Webster Parish , La..

Notes for VIRGIL ANDREW PEVY:

Occupation:Farmer

More About VIRGIL ANDREW PEVY:

Burial: Unknown, Pinegrove Methodist church Cemetery , Webster Parish , La.

More About RILLA SEXTON:

Burial: Unknown, Pinegrove Methodist church cemetery, Webster Parish, La.

xi. ELION H. PEVY, b. January 22, 1883, Webster Parish , La.; d. November 17, 1893, Webster Parish , La..

Notes for ELION H. PEVY:

Cause of death: It was said that Elion died after falling out of a tree.

More About ELION H. PEVY:

Burial: Unknown, Crow cemetery , Webster Parish , La.

xii. FLOYD PEVY, b. August 08, 1886, Webster Parish , La.; d. October 20, 1970, Webster Parish , La.; m. VASHTI L. BLACK, November 09, 1906, Webster Parish , La.; b. February 29, 1892; d. January 09, 1953, Webster Parish , La..

Notes for FLOYD PEVY:

Occopation:Farmer

More About FLOYD PEVY:

Burial: Unknown, Minden cemetery , Minden , La.

More About VASHTI L. BLACK:

Burial: Unknown, Minden Cemetery , La.


11. JULIA ANN5 PEVY (MICHAEL4, ABRAHAM3 PEAVY, DIAL2 PAVEY, JOSEPH1) was born August 13, 1834 in Butler co. Ala., and died May 18, 1918 in Elmore Co. Ala.. She married JOHN J.INGRAM July 05, 1851 in Muscogee County, Georgia. He was born May 03, 1827 in Hancock County , Georgia, and died May 05, 1879 in Elmore Co. Ala..

More About JOHN J.INGRAM:

Burial: Unknown, Elmore Co. Ala.

Children of JULIA PEVY and JOHN J.INGRAM are:


i. JOHN L6 INGRAM, d. Unknown. ii. LUCIUS PINK INGRAM, b. April 20, 1855; d. April 04, 1924; m. CORRIE COTTON; b. March 05, 1866; d. May 17, 1941.

iii. THOMAS B. INGRAM, b. May 1855; d. Unknown.

iv. SALLY A.V. INGRAM, b. January 19, 1857; d. May 09, 1931.

v. JAMES ANDREW JACKSON INGRAM, b. February 06, 1860; d. May 03, 1946; m. EMMO JANE THRASH; d. Unknown.

vi. MIKE GALVESTON INGRAM, b. September 09, 1863; d. April 07, 1927.
vii. HIRAM BELL INGRAM, b. March 14, 1866; d. April 07, 1945; m. TEXIA ANN BENTLEY; d. Unknown.

viii. W.EMMA JANE INGRAM, b. July 04, 1870; d. July 14, 1953; m. JOHN LEE JORDAN, August 15, 1890; b. February 18, 1860; d. October 1951.

12. ANDREW JACKSON(5) PEEVY (MICHAEL4 PEVY, ABRAHAM3 PEAVY, DIAL2 PAVEY, JOSEPH1) was born June 28, 1836 in Butler County , Ala., and died January 18, 1912 in Jonesboro , Jackson parish , La.. He married SARAH ANN JOHNSTON June 27, 1861 in Wetumpka , Ala.. She was born January 22, 1841, and died February 24, 1928 in Jonesboro , Jackson parish , La..

Notes for ANDREW JACKSON PEEVY:

Military: Confederate States of America, 53rd Alabama Partisan Rangers, Andrew served in Company A during the civil war. He is listed on the muster rolls through December, 1863, last on file. Listed as 5'8" tall, with dark hair, blue eyes, light conplexion. Moved to north Louisiana in 1866 settling in Jackson Parish. He began spelling his last name Peevy after moving to north Louisiana. Applied for pension in Jackson Parish stating ,"I lost my right eye caused by a piece of flying bomb shell at a battle at New Hope Church in the state of Georgia". In hospital at Oxford, Ga. for two months. Retired to service.

More About ANDREW JACKSON PEEVY:
Burial: Unknown, Jonesboro , city cemetery, Jackson parish , La.

More About SARAH ANN JOHNSTON:

Burial: Unknown, Jonesboro , city cemetery, Jackson parish , La.

Children of ANDREW PEEVY and SARAH JOHNSTON are:

i. WILLIAM ANDREW JACKSON(6) PEEVY, b. June 28, 1862, Jackson parish; d. October 26, 1947; m. ANNIE E. WIGLEY; b. October 19, 1865; d. November 02, 1901.

ii. FRANCES CAMILLE PEEVY, b. September 14, 1865; d. Unknown.

iii. JAMES ALBERT PEEVY b. November 17, 1867; d. March 10, 1931.

iv. MARTHA ANN PEEVY, b. February 09, 1870; d. Unknown.

v. MILTON BAILEY PEEVY, b. January 26, 1872, Weston, Jackson Parish, La.; d. April 26, 1967; m. CATHERINE NARCISSA SHOWS, April 07, 1895, Jackson, Parish; b. February 03, 1877, Hebron, La.; d. July 11, 1960.

vi. SARAH ANN PEEVY, b. August 24, 1874; d. February 20, 1951.

vii. HETTIE IDORA PEEVY, b. July 20, 1876; d. June 29, 1944.

viii. GEORGIA ANN PEEVY, b. August 20, 1878; d. September 26, 1955.

ix. HARRIET ANN PEEVY, b. August 22, 1880; d. Unknown.

x. JOHN PLEASANT PEEVY, b. January 20, 1884; d. June 19, 1899.


13. LYDIA JANE(5) PEVY (MICHAEL4, ABRAHAM3 PEAVY, DIAL2 PAVEY, JOSEPH1) was born August 23, 1841 in Butler co. Ala., and died May 15, 1916 in Elmore Co. Ala.. She married ELON HOLLEY. He was born January 25, 1837, and died May 18, 1922 in Elmore Co. Ala..

More About LYDIA JANE PEVY:

Burial: Unknown, Mt.Gilead , Elmore county , Ala.

Notes for ELON HOLLEY:

Military: Csa 46th Alabama regiment Co.B. Enl. date 1862,Loachapoka, Alabama Remarks: Paroled at Rock Island, Illinois, June,1865. Address 1907-8, Eclectic Alabama. Rank: private. Authority census, Alabama,1907-8

More About ELON HOLLEY:

Burial: Unknown, Mt.Gilead , Elmore county , Ala.

Children of LYDIA PEVY and ELON HOLLEY are:

i. JOHN MICHAEL(6) HOLLEY, b. May 04, 1867; d. Unknown.

ii. SHERWOOD HOLLEY, b. Abt. 1869; d. Unknown.

iii. MALLON L. HOLLEY, b. April 1871; d. Unknown.

iv. HETTIE M. HOLLEY, b. August 31, 1873; d. January 26, 1893, Elmore Co. Ala..

More About HETTIE M. HOLLEY:

Burial: Unknown, Kent-Holley cemetery

v. JAMES L. HOLLEY, b. Abt. 1876; d. Unknown.

vi. NANCY V. HOLLEY, b. Abt. 1879; d. Unknown.

vii. AMANDA L. HOLLEY, b. February 01, 1881; d. April 21, 1914, Elmore Co. Ala.; m. DOOBS; d. Unknown.

More About AMANDA L. HOLLEY:
Burial: Unknown, Kent-Holley cemetery

viii. INFANT HOLLEY, b. August 15, 1883; d. Unknown.


14. AMANDA CATHERINE(5) PEVY (MICHAEL4, ABRAHAM3 PEAVY, DIAL2 PAVEY, JOSEPH1) was born August 08, 1844 in Butler co. Ala., and died July 29, 1905 in Elmore Co. Ala.. She married JOHN CALVIN JORDAN Abt. 1867 in Ala.. He was born October 01, 1841, and died 1923 in Elmore Co. Ala..

More About AMANDA CATHERINE PEVY:

Burial: Unknown, Watson Chapel cemetery /Red Hill , Elmore County , Ala.

Notes for JOHN CALVIN JORDAN:

Military: CSA enl.1861, 53rd Alabama partisan Rangers CO.G Calvary Remarks: Corporal Served until paroled at the end of the war in Cincinnati, Ohio. Address 1921: Route 3 Eclectic Alabama. Authority: 1921census of confederate soldiers.

More About JOHN CALVIN JORDAN:
Burial: Unknown, Watson Chapel cemetery /Red Hill , Elmore County , Ala.

Children of AMANDA PEVY and JOHN JORDAN are:

i. IDILLA O(6) JORDAN, b. April 25, 1869, Elmore Co.Ala.; d. September 12, 1946, Elmore Co.Ala.; m. (1)J.H.LANDERS, April 18, 1886, Elmore Co.Ala.; d. Unknown; m. (2) GEORGE SPIVEY, Aft. 1895; d. Unknown.

More About IDILLA O JORDAN:

Burial: Unknown, Old Watson Chapel cemetery, Red Hill, Elmore, Ala.

ii. MARY VIOLA JORDAN, b. May 11, 1871, Elmore Co.Ala.; d. July 24, 1945, Elmore Co.Ala.; m. WILLIAM R. TUCKER, June 13, 1901, Elmore Co. Ala.; b. March 24, 1874, Elmore Co.Ala.; d. June 27, 1925, Elmore Co. Ala..

More About MARY VIOLA JORDAN:

Burial: Unknown, Old Watson Chapel cemetery, Red Hill, Elmore, Ala.

More About WILLIAM R. TUCKER:

Burial: Unknown, Old Watson Chapel cemetery, Red Hill, Elmore, Ala.

iii. CORRIE MISSOURA JORDAN, b. September 08, 1873, Elmore Co. Ala.; d. March 20, 1956, Tallassee, Elmore Co.; m. JOHN THOMAS MELTON, December 15, 1892, Elmore Co. Ala.; b. March 19, 1870, Elmore Co. Ala.; d. November 03, 1922, Tallassee , Elmore Co..

More About CORRIE MISSOURA JORDAN:

Burial: Unknown, Elmore Co. Ala.

More About JOHN THOMAS MELTON:

Burial: Unknown, Tallassee , Elmore Co.

iv. LEANAR PEARL JORDAN, b. October 15, 1875; d. March 23, 1901, Elmore Co. Ala.; m. WILLIAM R.TUCKER, September 11, 1900, Elmore Co. Ala.; b. March 24, 1874, Elmore Co. Ala.; d. June 27, 1925, Elmore Co. Ala..

More About WILLIAM R.TUCKER:

Burial: Unknown, Old Watson Chapel cemetery , Red Hill , Elmore county , Ala.

v. HERBERT A. JORDAN, b. November 25, 1889, Elmore Co. Ala.; d. August 30, 1903, Elmore Co. Ala..


15. GEORGE(5) PEEVY (HIRAM4, ABRAHAM3 PEAVY, DIAL2 PAVEY, JOSEPH1) was born 1838 in Alabama, and died 1865. He married FRANCIS ELIZABETH FANNIE HOGAN Bef. 1860 in Louisiana, daughter of JOHN HOGAN and MORNING PERKINS. She was born May 11, 1840 in Alabama, and died August 04, 1928 in Menphis, Hall County, Texas.

Notes for GEORGE PEEVY:

general notes from Toni Duttton
As told by Elsa Peevy: William Peevy was killedwhile serving in the confederate army, part of Alabama's soldiers. As they were celebrating the end of the war, William was hit in the stomach with a piece of hard tack which ruptured his stomach and ultimatey led to his death. They were using the hard tack as a baseball.

Military: Peevy George W., Pvt. Co.I, 28th(Gray's) La.Inf.En.May1862, Monroe, La. Roll July and Aug.1863 (last roll on file), absent sick.

More About FRANCIS ELIZABETH FANNIE HOGAN:

Burial: Unknown, Fairview cemetery Memphis, Hall County, Texas

Children of GEORGE PEEVY and FRANCIS HOGAN are:

i. MARY(6) PEEVY, d. Unknown.

ii. GEORGIA PEEVY, d. Unknown.

iii. JOSEPH WILLIAM PEEVY, b. March 11, 1863, Louisiana; d. May 01, 1947, Ringold, Louisiana; m. EFFIE ANN HADDOX, May 09, 1889, Jackson parish , Louisiana; b. January 14, 1871, Waco, Mclennon county, Texas; d. January 11, 1952, Ringold, Louisiana.

Notes for JOSEPH WILLIAM PEEVY:

Notes by Toni Dutton
Was postmaster in Zion, Winn Parish,La. July 30,1908,from Winn parish history,Winnfield, Louisiana 1985,published by Winnfield historical society. Left home at seventeen following mothers remarriage, didn't like stepfather, Tines. Was a father, Preacher, blacksmith,and also fitted glasses.

J.W.and Effie signed a temperance pladge in the family bible.

Possibly rode with Jesse James gang. Josephine Wood remembers from her mother Emma that Mr. Peevy allways wore a gun, even when he was in the field.

Research notes: 1880 La.census,Rapides parish,Calcasieu, dist.38 William Peevy, age 16, born Ala. a farm laborer living in the home of grandfather Hyram Peevy, age 71, born GA. and grandmother Sarah Peevy, age 72, born South Carolina.

More About JOSEPH WILLIAM PEEVY:
Burial: Unknown, Providence cemetery, Bienville Parish, Louisiana

Notes for EFFIE ANN HADDOX:

general notes: had a half sister, Bama Wood, Minden Louisiana and two half brothers, Ollie Haddox, Castor, Louisiana and George Haddox, Fryeburg,La.

According to Betty June, whem Hiram and Hassie would visit, Effie was on her best behavior, because Hiram was a Baptist preacher, however when they left, Effie would start drinking eggnog. She and Mr. Will signed a temperance agreement, but she obviously never held to her end of the agreement.

Effies mother died during her birth. She was raised by her step mother, Nancy Collins, remembered as having Indian heritage.

Medical notes: Also suffering from pnumonia and arterioshrotis cardiovasular disease.

More About EFFIE ANN HADDOX:

Burial: Unknown, Providence cemetery, Bienville Parish, Louisiana



Endnotes:

1. Nara microfilm series m804, roll#1899, National Archives Rev. war Widows Pension file #10880.



Submitted by Jeffrey Pevy