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Submitted by Ardath Blue


 
 
Generation No. 1
 
1. Samuel3 Pavey III (Samuel2, Samuel1) was born January 17, 1793 in Kentucky1, and died February 22, 1872 in Switzerland County, IN. He married Sarah Bobbitt August 29, 1814 in Campbell Co, KY, daughter of Randolph Bobbitt and Nancy Mays. She was born March 13, 1794 in Bedford Co, VA, and died January 20, 1879 in Switzerland Co, IN.
 
Notes for Samuel Pavey III:
 
Rev. Samuel Pavey died at the home of his daughter, Susannah Walker, Querqus Grove, Switzerland Co., IN as related by Kathy Esposito, descendant.  
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Samuel, b: abt. 1793, KY, d: 1872, Switzerland Co, IN., married: Sarah BOBBIT, Campbell Co, KY, Marriage Bond dated 8/29/1814, bondsman: William ACKMAN, consent by father Randolph Bobbit, witnessed by John Pavey, Campbell Co, KY. Became a Baptist Minister. Relationship of Wm. ACKMAN to Rev. Isaac PAVEY?s 2nd wife: Elizabeth ACKMAN? Rev. Isaac Pavey was a Methodist. John Pavey, witness, was prob. brother John (above.)
 
From report by Marsha McWilliams  
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Obit of REV. SAMUEL PAVY
 
Copied from the Vevay Reveille, Sat. March 2, 1872 ed. Copied from microfilm located at the Vevay Public Library."Rev. Samuel Pavy, died of consumption, Feb. 22, 1872, aged 79 years 1 month and 5 day, at the residence of Mr. Supply Walker, near Querqus Grove, Switzerland county, Indiana. He was born in Harrison county, Kentucky, January 17th, 1793. In the year 1813 he enlisted in the service of his country. Returning from the army he was married to Miss Sallie Babit, September 11th, 1814. In the year 1829 he moved to Indiana, where he has since resided. In the year 1823 he became an ordained minister in the "Regular Baptist" branch of the Church in which he remained until death. Although death came suddenly, it was not unexpected. It found him with his "house in order" and his work accomplished." His trust was firm in the God of his salvation. Death to him had lost his terror and the grave was robbed of its gloom. He was buried in the cemetery at Quercus Grove beside the remains of his companion, who had preceded him to the "better land" 1 year, 1 month and 2 days. As a minister of the Gospel he was faithful, earnest and practical. As a citizen he was upright and scrupulously exact, a "true man" in the strictest sense. As a father, his was an example worthy of the inituation of his household, and of all who came within his influence. His funeral sermon was preached by the writer from Job. 14, 10; "But man dieth and wasteth away;" "Yea, man giveth up the Ghost, and where is he?" Truly we may say a good man has fallen. "He rests from his labors and his works do follow him." H. H.
 
From Kathy and Ed Esposito Sept. 11, 1999
 
More About Samuel Pavey III:  
Burial: Quercus Grove Cemetery, Switzerland Co., IN
Fact 1: Querus Grove Cem. Switzerland Co., IN
 
More About Sarah Bobbitt:
Burial: Quercus Grove Cemetery, Switzerland Co., IN
Fact 1: Querus Grove Cem. Switzerland Co., IN
 
Marriage Notes for Samuel Pavey and Sarah Bobbitt:
Marriage Bond is in Campbell County Courthouse, Alexandria, Kentucky
Marriages of Campbell, Boone and Kenton Counties, Kentucky, 1795-1850
PEVEY, Samuel & Sarah BOBBIT, 29 Aug. 1814, BD, b William Ackman, c by
father Randolph Bobbit, w by John Pavey, Campbell Co., KY
 
Children of Samuel Pavey and Sarah Bobbitt are:  
+ 2 i. Susannah4 Pavy, born July 21, 1815; died June 26, 1892 in Quercus Grove, Switzerland Co., IN.
+ 3 ii. John Benjamine Pavey, born Abt. 1816 in Kentucky; died 1882 in Hamburg, Avoyelles, Louisiana.
+ 4 iii. Sarah Pavey, born Abt. 1818 in KY.
+ 5 iv. Samuel Pavy IV, born August 29, 1821 in Near Warsaw, Gallatin Co., KY; died March 18, 1912 in Norman, Indiana.
+ 6 v. Eli Randolph Pavy, born May 02, 1821 in Boone Co, KY; died November 24, 1906 in Independence, Montgomery Co, KS.
7 vi. Mary Glena Pavy, born December 26, 1826; died October 10, 1888 in Taylorsville, Indiana. She married Amos S. Downey October 24, 1845.
Notes for Mary Glena Pavy:
buried in Old Union Church Cemetery, Taylorsville, Indiana, Barthlemew County
+ 8 vii. Nancy Ann Pavy, born June 1833 in IN; died June 09, 1901.
+ 9 viii. Lovina Louisa Pavy, born August 21, 1834; died May 16, 1910.
+ 10 ix. Martha Pavy, born May 26, 1837 in IN; died November 12, 1920 in Independence Kansas, Mt. Hope Cemetery.
+ 11 x. William Wallace Pavy, born November 11, 1841 in Allensville, Cotton Twp., Switzerland Co., IN; died April 19, 1925 in English, Crawford Co, IN.



Generation No. 2
 
2. Susannah4 Pavy (Samuel3 Pavey III, Samuel2, Samuel1) was born July 21, 1815, and died June 26, 1892 in Quercus Grove, Switzerland Co., IN. She married Irvan Supply Walker December 02, 1832 in Switzerland Co, IN, son of Henry Walker and Betsy Harmon. He was born November 20, 1810 in Twp. 2, First Range, Hancock, Co., ME, and died November 17, 1899 in Quercus Grove, Switzerland Co., IN.
 
More About Susannah Pavy:
Fact 1: Querus Grove Cem. Switzerland Co., IN
 
Notes for Irvan Supply Walker:
Source: Marriage Record BK A (1829-1837), pg 155 Switzerland Co., IN marriage records.
SUPPLY WALKER & SUSANNAH PAVY daughter of Samuel Pavy; both of Switzerland co.; marriage license date: 29 Nov 1832; were legally married on 2 Dec 1832 by Justice of the Peace Aribert Gazely; filed 11 Feb 1833
From Kathy Esposito Nov. 12, 1999
 
Notes for Irvan Supply WALKER:
1850 -- Census - Switzerland Co., IN - Posey Twp #684-684
Supply Walker, 38 
Susan,  
Alfred, 16  
Samuel, 13  
Lucinda, 11
Mary ., 8 
William W., 6 
James F., 5 
Cordelia G., 3 
Sarah B., ??
 
1870 -- Census - Switzerland Co., IN - Posey Twp #55-53
Supply Walker, 68, MA, Farmer  
Susan, 55, KY 
Sarah, 21 
Lafayette, 19, Farmer 
Elizabeth, 17 
Albert, 15 
Dennis, 12
 
1880 -- Census - Switzerland Co., IN - Posey Twp  
#9 (living next door to dau Mary Jane Manser and near son James Theodore) 
Supply Walker, 69, ME, Farmer  
Susanna, 64, KY  
A. Ross, son, 23, Farmer  
Marvin B., infant male, 3m  
Henry L. Walker, 28, Farmer  
Dora, 24  
Carrie, infant female, 2m
GS NOTE: It would appear that Marvin B. is the son of Albert Ross. This census was completed June 8, 1880.
From Gayle Swoik
 
More About Irvan Supply Walker:
Fact 1: Querus Grove Cem. Switzerland Co., IN
 
Marriage Notes for Susannah Pavy and Irvan Walker:
records in 1830 book , p. 155
 
Children of Susannah Pavy and Irvan Walker are:  
12 i. Alfred Pavy5 Walker, born 1833 in Quercus Grove, Switzerland Co., IN; died 1922 in Quercus Grove, Switzerland Co., IN. He married Emily Stevens July 23, 1853 in Quercus Grove, Switzerland Co., IN.  
13 ii. Anna Maria Walker, born October 07, 1835 in Quercus Grove, Switzerland Co., IN; died October 01, 1836 in Quercus Grove, Switzerland Co., IN.
14 iii. Lucinda Walker, born December 16, 1838 in Quercus Grove, Switzerland Co., IN; died October 31, 1869. She married John Butler March 04, 1862 in Switzerland Co, IN.
15 iv. Samuel F. Walker, born April 14, 1839 in Quercus Grove, Switzerland Co., IN; died November 09, 1864 in Quercus Grove, Switzerland Co., IN.
16 v. Silvester Walker, born June 23, 1840 in Quercus Grove, Switzerland Co., IN; died June 19, 1842 in Quercus Grove, Switzerland Co., IN.
17 vi. Mary Jane Walker, born February 22, 1842 in Quercus Grove, Switzerland Co., IN. She married Augustus E. Manser November 24, 1852 in Switzerland Co, IN.
18 vii. William C. Walker, born April 02, 1844 in Quercus Grove, Switzerland Co., IN; died June 19, 1898 in Winchester, Randolph Co., IN. He married Evaline Sisson April 26, 1865 in Madison, Jefferson Co., IN; born June 29, 1844 in Bennington, Switzerland Co., IN; died 1940 in Portland, Jay Co., IN.
19 viii. James Theodore Walker, born June 07, 1845 in Quercus Grove, Switzerland Co., IN; died November 05, 1926 in Quercus Grove, Switzerland Co., IN. He married Angie Line Benedict December 25, 1867 in Switzerland Co, IN; born 1846 in Alexandria, KY; died January 25, 1918 in Quercus Grove, Switzerland Co., IN.
Notes for James Theodore Walker:
Here's a copy of the tribute Susie Walker wrote honoring her parents,  James Theodore and Angie Line Walker:  
IN MEMORY OF OUR PARENTS
A Tribute
On July 1, 1846, at the threshold of a log cabin home, prattled a baby boy. Not many rods behind the cabin and on either side, a virgin forest spread its branches and rustled its leaves. Here bird songs echoed and all the calls of innocent wild life that hid or frolicked among the greenness, mingled in one soft, swelling symphony of joy. In the sunlight of the cleared spaces about the house, bees droned and butter-flies flashed among the waving corn and the heavy headed wheat. Sometimes an ox-cart moved slowly along the road, and the child's eyes brightened and he tossed his arms and laughed gleefully. Occasionally a passing wagon would pause while the driver advanced to the well in front of the cabin. Lowering a wooden bucket, he would bring up a draught of such sparkling water, so clear, so pure, so cold, as seldom is yielded from the hidden reservoirs of nature. Sometimes greetings were exchanged, for a capable mother bustled about the house and yard; a brown-haired father labored near by, and the voices of older children called to one another; for the baby boy, twenty-three days past his first birthday anniversary, was the eighth child of his parents, and there were only two little graves. All this beauty and activity were ex-pending their intensity of living on the little farmstead in Switzerland county, Indiana, where Supply Walker, Sr., and his wife, Susanna, were chiselling and shaping from fertile soil a wonderful inheritance of honor, health, resource-fulness and peace for their posterity, born and yet to be born. The sun of that July day shone hot. The baby boy fell asleep at last and was carried to the waiting box cradle within. While the little one sleeps in his primitive southern Indiana home, let us glirnpse another scene. Nestling among hills and streams near Alexandria, KY, lay another homestead. Here the angels of life and death had battled fiercely, but while the baby boy slept, the angel of life was proclaimed the victor and a tiny baby girl breathed and wept. She was the fourteenth child of Jeremiah Benedict and his wife, Elizabeth, and they named her Angie Line.
 
Years passed. Presently in Kentucky a little maiden tripped to school from a home where a widowed mother, unaided by their father's help and counsel, was watching over her boys and girls. In the Indiana home, little James Theodore was growing sturdily. More brothers and sisters were being born and the "clearings" about the farm house were growing more extensive. Play, school and labor claimed the boy's attention. Then came the roar of the Civil war guns. Too young for the actual battle front, Theodore Walker enlisted in the "Home Guards." Near this time the Hand that guides brought the young girl from her Kentucky hills environ-ment to teach in the schools of Ohio and Switzerland counties in Indiana. And thus Angie L. Benedict and James Theodore Walker met. On December 25, 1867, they were united in marriage. To this union were born two sons. Harvey and Supply, Jr.; and six daughters--Cora, Susie, Eliza-beth, Lutha, Mary and Nellie. Of these, all but Mary are living. On January 25, 1918, from a home built near the site of the early log house, Angie L., wife of James Theodore Walker, passed to the house of many mansions. James Theodore Walker lingered in the old home almost nine years. Then, just as the last of October was tinging with beauty the maples he had planted, just as the nuts he loved to gather were falling fast, he became slightly ill. A few more days passed. Then, without suffering, at 11:30 a.m., on November 5, 1926, the long, busy, useful, happy life closed. Of his seven sons and daughters, 10 randchildren and five great-grandchildren, all stood by his open grave except Stanton Walker and his two little sons of Washington, DC, and Hazel Walker of Mississippi.
 
Close up the book. All its pages are written, Tenderly close it and lay it away. Sweet is the perfume exhaling around it, Perfume of memories breathing today. Close up the volume. God's hand holds the seal of it. Close up the volume. Its author would rest. Fold his tired hands and lower the lashes, Fathomless peace stays the heart in his breast. Just let him rest! All his volume is written, Just let him rest! Close and lay it away, Just note the perfume exhaling around it,
 
Perfume of memories living today.

THE FAMILY
Alice D. Walker
701 Broce Drive NW
Blacksburg, VA 24060-2803
Phone: 540-552-5250

20 ix. Cordelia Gurley Walker, born January 31, 1847 in Quercus Grove, Switzerland Co., IN.
21 x. Infant Walker, born December 14, 1848 in Switzerland Co., IN2; died December 14, 1848 in Switzerland Co., IN2.
More About Infant Walker:
Burial: Quercus Grove Cemetery, Switzerland Co., IN
22 xi. Sarah Bobbit Walker, born April 29, 1850 in Quercus Grove, Switzerland Co., IN; died June 24, 1888. She married John Fisher; born May 27, 1849.
More About Sarah Bobbit Walker:
Burial: Querus Grove Cemetery, Switzerland Co., IN
Notes for John Fisher:
GS NOTE: Per data located in ancestry family files, submitted by Mark Dunning (Mark.E.Dunning@Verizon.Net), Sarah was md to John Fisher (born May 27, 1849) and she died June 24, 1888 buried in Quercus Grove Cemetery, Posey Twp, Switzerland Co., IN. This requires further researching.
 
1880 -- Census - Switzerland Co., IN - Jefferson Twp
#474
John Fisher, 31, IN
Sarah, 31, IN, ME, KY
Hattie, 8, IN
Claude, 2, IN
gds@springnet1.com  

23 xii. Henry Lafayette Walker, born 1851 in Quercus Grove, Switzerland Co., IN; died December 1940 in El Reno, OK. He married (1) Dora Alberteena Berman April 12, 1877 in Switzerland Co, IN; born October 14, 1855 in OH; died January 09, 1896 in Switzerland Co, IN. He married (2) Miranda Oaks Abt. 1906; died January 31, 1913 in Hinton, OK. He married (3) Rachel Epps 1914 in Hinton, OK. He married (4) Mary Labyer September 26, 1928 in Claremore, OK.
24 xiii. Elizabeth A. Walker, born 1853 in Quercus Grove, Switzerland Co., IN. She married Louis Dusch Abt. 1877.
25 xiv. Albert Ross Walker, born September 19, 1855 in Quercus Grove, Switzerland Co., IN. He married (1) Mary A. North January 19, 1879; died Bef. 1882. He married (2) Ida M. Patterson March 01, 1882 in Switzerland Co, IN.
26 xv. Rosa W. Walker3, born Abt. 1856.
27 xvi. Dennis E. Walker, born August 31, 1858 in Quercus Grove, Switzerland Co., IN; died November 08, 1922 in Iowa Falls, Hardin Co., IA. He married (1) Hattie L. Abt. 1878; born 1858 in IL. He married (2) Belle Abt. 1882; born April 1862 in IL.  
Notes for Dennis E. Walker:  
GSNOTE: I found reference to Dennis Walker in ancestry family files submitted by Mark Dunning (Mark.E.Dunning@Verizon.Net). The info indicates that Dennis moved to Iowa, was married twice and died in Iowa Falls, Hardin Co., IA, Nov 8, 1922 from a self inflicted gunshot wound. He is supposedly buried in Fairview Cemetery, Grundy Center, Grundy Co., IA.
I am attempting to verify this info. In the meantime, I'm including what info I've found that would support this family file submission.
 
1880 -- Census - Grundy Co., IA - Palermo Twp
#246-246
D. E. Walker, 21, Farmer, IN IN IN
Hattie L., 22, IL
Thos. G., 11/12, born in July, IN
 
1900 -- Census - Grundy Co., IA - Palermo Twp
#434-434
Dennis E. Walker, 47, Aug 1858, md 18y, IN ME KY, Supt County Farm
Belle, 37, Aug 1862, IL [5 children - 5 living]
Susie, 16, Dec 1883, IA
George P., 12, March 1888, IN
Dilvet D., 8, Feb 1891, IA
Dale D., 4, Nov 1895, IA
 
1910 -- Census - Callaway Co., MO - Fulton Twp
#9-9
Dennis E. Walker, 51, 2nd marriage, md 27y, IN, Farmer
Belle, 47, IL [5 children - 5 living]
George C., 22, IN
Dilver D., 18, IA
William D., 14, IA
Glenn R., 10, IA
 
1920 -- Census - Hardin Co., IA - Iowa Falls  
**GSNOTE: Dennis is living with daughter, this census indicates that Dennis is married, however, the census I found for wife Belle indicates she is widowed -- go figure!
257-236
Bert Robbins, 38, IA, Labor - Odd Jobs
Susie J., 36, IA
Burdette, 16, MN
Gladys, 15, MN
Harold, 9, IA
Dorothy, 8, IA
Dennis Walker, father in law, 59, married, IN, Labor - Mill
 
**GSNOTE: Internet data indicates that Bert's name is Clarence Bertum Robbins b. March 3, 1883 in Grundy Co., IA - Burdette's name is Delver Burdette Robbins

3. John Benjamine4 Pavey (Samuel3, Samuel2, Samuel1) was born Abt. 1816 in Kentucky, and died 1882 in Hamburg, Avoyelles, Louisiana. He married (1) Maria Gibbs September 11, 1834 in Switzerland Co., IN. She was born April 12, 1816 in Kentucky, and died 1865 in Hamburg, Avoyelles, Louisiana. He married (2) Mary E. Peak Aft. 1865. She was born Abt. 1842 in AL.
 
Notes for John Benjamine Pavey:
 
John Benjamine Pavey was known to be a River Boat Captain operating on both the Ohio and Mississipi rivers. He captained both side-wheelers and stern wheelers. Vessel names and steamship lines are unknown. He is of French Canadian descent and thought to have emigrated across the Great Lakes region into Kentucky and Ohio. After marriage to Maria Gibbs, whose parents were from England, John moved down the Ohio River, settling first somewhere in Indiana where Francis Marion was born. Next they moved to Warsaw, IL, where Mary Hulda and Lenora Ann were born. John was a collateral descendant of Msgr Antoine Pavey, Archbishop of the Catholic See of Algiers. It is unknown if that is Algiers, Louisiana across the Mississippi River from New Orleans, Algiers on the African Continent or some other Religious Region. Sometime after 1840, John and Maria moved down the Mississippi River, up the Atchalyafa River, settling in the hamlet of Hamburg, LA. Settlement date in Hamburg is unknown.
 
According to Joyce Shannon Bridges, a descendent of John and Maria, both John's and Maria's bodies were moved from the Coco Field Indian Mound to the Bordeleonville Baptist Church Cemetery.  
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Source: Marriage Record BK A, 241 Switzerland Co., IN marriage records.
 
JOHN PAVY & MARIAH GIBBS; marriage license date: 9 Sept 1834; license issued upon affidavit of Samuel Pavy; married 11 Sept 1834 by John Downey; John of Switzerland co & Mariah of Dearborn co, IN; record signed J. Downey on 27 Sept 1834; filed 17 Oct 1834
From Kathy Esposito Nov. 12, 1999  
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I have John Benjamine Pavy (54-W-M-KY) on page 26 of the 1870 Shreveport, Ward 1, Caddo parish, LA census with Mary E. Pavy(28-W-F-AL) and a 6 year old W-M named John P. Peak, born in LA. He was probably her son by a prior marriage. The prior husband may have died in the civil war. Don't know.
 
Will look for John Benjamine on the 1880 census.
E-mail from Mike Little 5-31-2002  
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1870 Caddo Co, LA, Shreveport PO, pg. 308b:
PAVY, John B. 54 KY <b: ca:1816>
Mary E. 28 AL
Peak, John P. 6, LA
 
More About John Benjamine Pavey:
Fact 1: Coco Field Indian Mound, Avoylles, Louisiana
 
More About Maria Gibbs:
Fact 1: 1865, Coco Field Indian Mound, Avoyelles, Louisiana
Fact 2: October 28, 1997
 
Children of John Pavey and Maria Gibbs are:
28 i. Samuel5 Pavey, born 1836 in IL; died Bef. 1900 in TX. He married (1) Mary Perkins. He married (2) Susan Bef. 1880; born June 1837 in AL; died January 1902 in Falls Co., TX.  
Notes for Samuel Pavey:
 
Pvt. Co. B, 9th La Inf. En March 4, 1862, Alexandria La. Rolls to October 31, 1862, Absent, sick, Liberty. Rolls Nov. 1862 to April, 1863,  
Absent, sick in Hospl., Lynchburg. Rolls May 1863, to Aug. 1863, Absent, sent to rear, sick, April , 1862. Reported on Provost Grd. at Liberty, Va. Rolls Sept., 1863 to Dec. 1863, absent on detached service at Liberty, Va. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1864, Absent, detailed as Provost Grd., Liberty,, Va. Roll April 30 to Aug 31, 1864, Deserted. Born Illinois, occupation farmer, Res. Vermillionville, age when enlisted, 26, single  
From: Records of Louisiana Confederate Soldiers and Louisiana
Confedarate Commands. Compiled by Andrew B. Booth, Commissioner
Louisiana Military Records, Vol III-Book 2, New Orleans, La, 1920
 
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1870 -- Census - Avoyelles Parish, LA - Marksville
#37-40
Samuel Pavy, 35, IN, Dry Goods Merchant Ret
Frank Pavy, 30, IN, Dry Goods Merchant Ret
Octavie, 17, LA
Mary Couvillion, 22, IL

1880 census Falls Co., TX
Census Place: E.D. 40, Falls, Texas
Source: FHL Film 1255302 National Archives Film T9-1302 Page 230C
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Samuel PARY Self M M W 44 IN Occ: Laborer Fa: KY Mo: IN
Susan P. PARY Wife F M W 40 MS Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: SC
Oriel JONES SDau F S W 16 TX Fa: MS Mo: MS
Lula GIBBS SDau F S W 10 TX Fa: TX Mo: MS
Lemuel FAMAR Other M W W 40 MO Occ: Laborer Fa: VA Mo: SC

More About Samuel Pavey:
Fact 2: Vermillionville, LA
Fact 3: Farmer

More About Mary Perkins:
Fact 2: October 28, 1997
 
Notes for Susan:  
(Obit, Falls Co, TX): "Mrs. S. Pavey who has been ill for a great while with cancer died at the home of Mr. & Mrs. T. J. Kemper...Mrs. PEVEY was the mother of Mrs. Kemper and has resided in this county a great many years, respected by all who know her ... The remains were interred in the city cemetery Saturday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock." The Marlin Democrat, Marlin, Tx, Jan. 23, 1902,
 
More About Susan:
Fact 2: October 28, 1997

29 ii. John Jefferson Pavey, born January 1837 in Indiana; died 1912 in St. Louis, MO. He married Sarah Augusta Whaley December 26, 1867 in Hancock Co., IL; born May 1845 in New York.
 
Notes for John Jefferson Pavey:
John Jefferson Pavey (my great grandfather) married Sarah Augusta Whaley Price, a widow of New York. They had the following children:
William Jefferson- Born May 5th, 1869
Francis Nathan- Born October 15, 1873 (my grandfather)
Byron Lee Pavey- Born March 1, 1877
Arthur Leslie- Born June 18, 1883
A daughter was also born to John Jefferson and Sarah, but died a few days after birth.
Source: E-mail from Jackie Rutledge 8-21-1999  
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IL Statewide Marriage Index.
Alonzo D. Price md. Sarah A. Whaley Sept 12, 1864, Hancock Co., IL 4-13
cert #1669
John J. Pavey md Mrs. Augusta Price Dec 26, 1867, Hancock Co., IL 4-42
cert #2798  
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1900 Census - Macoupin Co., IL - Bunker Hill Twp (geneology.com)
#191-192
John J. Pavey, 63, Jan 1837, md 32yr, IN IN IN, Steam Boat Enforcer??
Sarah A., 55, May 1845, IN, NY (4 children - 4 living)
Byron L., 24, March 1876, MO IN NY
Arthur L., 16, July 1883, MO IN NY
Margaret Kennedy, 55, April 1845, Ire, Servant
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New St. Marcus Cemetery, St. Louis, MO - Burial plot Block No. 36, Lot No.
53, Graves 1,2,3,7,8,9
Date of Sale 23 Jun 1911
Pavey, John Jefferson 73 yrs. buried 1 Jan 1912 (Lot 3)
Keyes, Robert 83 yrs. buried 6 Aug 1979 (Lot 7)
Keyes, Viola M. 57 yrs. buried 25 Jan 1954 (Lot 8)  
[Note: No one is listed in Lots 1, 2, 9]
From Kim Wettroth
 
More About John Jefferson Pavey:
Burial: January 01, 1912, St. Marcus Cemetery, St. Louis, MO
 
More About Sarah Augusta Whaley:
Burial: January 27, 1909, St. Marcus Cemetery, St. Louis, MO
Fact 2: October 28, 1997

30 iii. Francis Marion Pavey, born February 23, 1840 in IL4; died June 29, 1909 in Hamburg, Avoyelles, Louisiana4. He married (1) Henriette Octavie Couvillon February 10, 1870 in Ste. Hyacinthe, Moreauville, Avoyelles, Louisiana; born September 24, 1853 in Zimmer, Avoyelles, Louisiana; died October 02, 1904 in Worlds Fair, St. Louis, Misssouri. He married (2) Blanche E. Couvillon Aft. 1904 in Ste. Hyacinthe, Moreauville, Avoyelles, Louisiana; born September 09, 1882 in Marksville, Avoyelles, Louisiana.
 
Notes for Francis Marion Pavey:
Francis Marion Pavy, son of John Benjamine Pavy From: Records of Louisiana Confederate Soldiers and Louisiana Confedarate Commands. Compiled by Andrew B. Booth, CommissionerLouisiana Military Records, Vol III-Book 2, New Orleans, La, 1920:
Private, Co. B, 9th Louisiana Infantry, En. Jul 7, 1861 New Orleans, LA. Present on all rolls to Dec, 1861.Roll March 1 to June30 1862, absent, missing since June 3 on retreat from Harpers Ferry. Roll July 1 to October 31, 1862, absent, wounded in battle Aug 28, 1862. Rolls Nov 1862 to Oct 1863, present. Rolls Nov 1863 to Feb 1864, absent, missing since the action of Rappahannock, Nov 7, 1863. Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War, captured Rappahannock, VA Nov 7, 1863. Rec'd Pt. Lookout, MD from Washington D.C. Nov 11, 1863. Paroled until exchanged at Pt. Lookout, MD March 10, 1864 Rec'd City Pt. March 15, 1864. Roll April 30 to Aug 31, 1864, dated Nov 2, 1864, deserted. Record copied from Memorial Hall, New Orleans, LA by the War Dept, Washington D.C., June 1903, born Illinois, occupation mechanic, Res Moreauville, LA, age when enlisted 24, single. Absent since may, 1864, on furlough

1900 Census Avoyelles Co., LA - 7th Ward
#30-30
Francis M. Pavy, 60, Feb 1840, md 30yr, IN, Farmer
Octava, 46, Sept 1853, LA (2 children - 0 living)

More About Francis Marion Pavey:
Burial: Sacred Heart Catholic Cemetery, Moreauville, LA
Fact 1: 1918, Sacred Heart Church, Moreauville, Avoyelles, Louisiana
Fact 2: Moreauville, LA
Fact 3: Mechanic
 
Notes for Henriette Octavie Couvillon:
Francis Marion Pavey & Henriette Octavie Couvillon
 
The following is cited from "To Avoyelles With the Couvillion", Ira S. Couvillion, 1966
Octavie Couvillon, ( 1845- 9/?/1904), grew up in the Bayou Des Glaises area in a community known as "Zimmer" which is a few miles South of Bordelonville, Louisiana. She attended a private school there to gain a very meager education and later help her father, Zelien, in the operation of the family general merchandise store. Octavie was a very attractive and beautiful girl in her youth but, as she grew older, she accumulated weight and size. By the time she had passed her thirtieth year she had grown enormously weighting well over three hundred pounds. This, however, never was a deterrent in her popularity nor did it hinder her in her work and social activities. Rather, she was generally regarded as a meticulous person with a jolly disposition and one with a tremendous ability to get things done. She married Francis Marion Pavey, who was born February 23, 1840 in Indiana. Francis Marion came to Louisiana with his father when he was a captain on a steamboat plying up and down the Ohio, Mississippi, and Atachafalya Rivers. His social and religious philosophies being in common with the French Catholics of Avoyelles community. Octavie and Francis Marion were married in St. Hyacinthe's church, Moreauville, on February 10, 1870, settling immediately after at Hamburg, Lousiana, where he had previously purchased a large track of land then referred to as the Callihan Tract and which is now knows at the "Beridon's Plantatin". Later he established a general merchandise business which they operated successfully until their deaths. This resourceful couple became very popular in their social, business, and farming enterprises and at the time of their deaths were considered very wealthy and commanded a tremendous influence over the area. It was only mine months and a few days after their marriage that she gave birth to a set of twin girls who lived only fourteen days, this being the closest that they got to having a family of their own. Later, however, they adopted a little girl, a daughter of her brother, Fulgence, named Doralysse Sarah. Octavie died in St. Louis, Missouri while attending the 1904 World's Fair of pneumonia as a result of being overheated. Her body was returned to Louisiana and interred in Sacred Heart Cemetery, Moreauville. Her widower, Francis, married a second time to Blanche Couvillion, Francis died of acute indigestion, now heart trouble, in 1909 and was buried in Moreauville.
 
More About Henriette Octavie Couvillon:
Burial: Sacred Heart Catholic Cemetery, Moreauville, LA
Fact 1: Abt. October 10, 1904, Sacred Heart Church, Moreauville, Avoylles, Louisiana
Fact 2: October 05, 1997

31 iv. William Pavey, born 1842 in IL; died December 13, 1862 in Fredricksburg, Virginia.
 
Notes for William Pavey:
From: Records of Louisiana Confederate Soldiers and Louisiana Confedarate Commands. Compiled by Andrew B. Booth, Commissioner Louisiana Military Records, Vol III-Book 2, New Orleans, La, 1920:
Pvt. Co. B, 9th La Inf. En. March 4, 1862, Alexandria, Va. Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War, Captured Front Royal, May 31, 1862. Exchanged AikensLanding, Va Aug 5, 1862. Roll dated Jul 20, 1862, Absent, missing since June 3 on retreat from Harpers Ferry. Roll to Oct. 31, 1862. Taken prisoner at Alde in Sept. and paroled. Roll Nov. and Dec., 1862 Killed in battle of Fredericksburg, Dec 13, 1862. Born Illinois, occupation farmer, Res Moreauville, age when enlisted 18, single

More About William Pavey:
Cause of Death: Killed in Civil War
Fact 2: Moreauville, LA
Fact 3: Farmer

32 v. Sara Jane Pavey, born 1847 in Avoyelles, Louisiana; died 1917. She married Aristide Francois Rabalais; born 1848; died 1882.
 
More About Sara Jane Pavey:
Burial: St Mary's Assumption Cemetery, Cottonport, LA
Fact 2: October 28, 1997

Notes for Sara Jane PAVEY:
GSNOTE: Information on Sarah's children was taken from internet data and most has been reconfirmed with census data.
 
1900 -- Census - Sarah is living with son, Francis Marion (see notes for Francis Marion Rabalais). This census shows she had 6 children - 4 living. I am assuming that sons Albert & Phineas died before 1900.
 
Notes for Aristide Francois RABALAIS:
1870 -- Avoyelles Parish, LA - Marksville
#501-505
Arestide Rabalais, 23, Farmer, LA
Sarah, 26, IN
Phenas, 2, LA
Edea, 6/12, LA
 
1880 -- Avoyelles Parkish, LA LDS pg 475D
A. Rabalais, 32, LA
S., wife, 34, LA
P., son, 2, LA
I., dau, 10, LA
GS NOTE: I think son, "P" should have been 12 yrs old.
 
More About Aristide Francois Rabalais:
Burial: St Mary's Assumption Cemetery, Cottonport, LA
Fact 2: August 17, 1997

33 vi. Mary Hulda Pavey, born September 28, 1848 in Warsaw, Ilinois5; died September 11, 1919 in Texas5. She married (1) Olympe Couvillon December 22, 1868 in Moreauville, Avoyelles, Louisiana; born September 12, 1849 in Hamburg, Avoyelles, Louisiana; died August 23, 1869 in Moreauville, Avoyelles, Louisiana. She married (2) Barthelemew Cresen Baudin6 February 02, 1871 in Bordelonville, Avoyelles, Louisiana7; born Abt. 1848 in Red Fish, Avoyelles, Louisiana8; died 1930 in Kleinwood, Avoyelles, Louisiana8.
 
Notes for Mary Hulda Pavey:
Mary Hulda Pavey & Olympe Couvillon
 
The following is cited from "To Avoyelles With the Couvillion",
Ira S. Couvillion, 1966 Olympe Couvillon, ( 9/12/1849 - 8/23/1869), was the last child born to Zelien Couvillon and Doralyssee Bordelon in their living children. Olympe's childhood was uneventful, though never dull. He was of a quiet and serious disponsition and burdened with an inferiority complex, but of a very studious nature. He married when he was still quite young, only nineteen years, to Mary Hulda Pavey, a sister of Leonora Ann Pavey who had married his older brother, fulgence, and an aunt of Francis Nathan Pavey who had married his niece, Frances Ann couvillon. Mary Hulda was also a sister of Francis Marion Pavey who had married his sister, Octavie. The Paveys were the descendants of John Benjamine Pavey and Maria Gibbs.  John Benjamine was born in Kentucky on October 25, 1813 of French Canadain descent and Maria Gibbs, also born in Kentucky, on April 13, 1816. Her people were from England. John and Maria were married in Kentucky on September 11, 1834 and came to Avoyelles Parish after most of their children had married and established residence here. Olympe and Mary Hulda were married in Ste. Hyacinth's Catholic Church, Moreauville, on December 22, 1868 and settled at Hamburg immediately after their marriage. He died, without issue, the followiny year and was buried in the Moreauville Cemetery.  

Mary Hulda Pavey & Bartholmew Baudin
Mary Hulda Pavey l( 9.28/1848 - 11/9/1919) , later remarried to Bartholmew "Gumee" Baudin from Bordelonville. He had married once bebore to Edvige Marie Bordelon and had several children, among whom was Celena. After their marriage, Mary Hulda and Gumee settled at Kelinwood, Louisiana where their eight children were born and raised. They were Maria, John William, Francis "Parker" Marion, Frederick, Mary Octavia, Henry Horace, Leonora Mary, and Amiee Celestine. Mary Hulda Pavey Couvillon Baudin died in Tesas where she was living with some of her children. Bartholmew Baudin dies at Kleinwood in 1930. They are buried in a Kleinwood Protestant Cemetery.

More About Mary Hulda Pavey:
Fact 1: 1919, Kleinwood Baptist Cemetery, Kleinwood, Avoyelles, Louisiana8
 
Notes for Barthelemew Cresen Baudin:
Mary Hulda Pavey Couvillion Baudin:
1900 -- Census - Avoyelles Parish, LA - wd 6
#63-65 (next door to son William)
Berthelem Baudin, 51, Sept 1848, md 27y, Farmer
Mary, 51, Sept 1848 (8 children - 6 living)
Frank, 23, March 1877, Farm Labor
Henry H., 17, Oct 1882, Farm Labor
Leonora, 14, Oct 1885
Celistine A., 12, March 1888
 
More About Barthelemew Cresen Baudin:
Fact 1: 1930, Kleinwood Baptist Cemetery, Kleinwood, Avoyelles, Louisiana8

34 vii. Leonore Ann Pavey, born August 16, 1852 in Warsaw, Illinois; died January 31, 1933 in Baton Rouge, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She married Fulgence Couvillon December 16, 1876 in Ste. Hyacinthe Church, Moreauville, Avoyelles, Louisiana; born December 08, 1842 in Bordelonville, Avoyelles, Louisiana; died November 04, 1901 in Moreauville, Avoyelles, Louisiana.
 
Notes for Leonore Ann Pavey:
Leonore Ann Pavey and Fulgence Couvillion
 
The following is cited from "To Avoyelles With the Couvillion",
Ira S. Couvillion, 1966.
NO.1., FULGENCE COUVILLON, ( 12/8/1842 - 11/04/1901), grew up in the community of his birth where he attended a private school to earn a meager education and to later take his place among the leaders of his community and parish. He was crippled at the age of six in a fire accident and it was for that  reason that he had not participated in the Civil War, but being of a patriotic and aggressive nature, took it upon himself to devote all of his time to make shoes for the soldiers who were fighting not far from his community. Many a poor "Johnny Reb" were saved the aches and pains of bare feet in cold weather because of his kind generosity. It was said that he had contributed 585 pairs, on record, not counting the many dozens that he had handed out personally without going through the regular channels and therefore unrecorded. This was certainally a great contribution for a person who could barely use his hands. Fulgence never attended school where English was taught and the only language spoken during his time in his area was French. Yet he educated himself to a point where he could speak, read and write English fluently and was often consulted to interpret the language. It was on the basis of this virtue that made him a sort of a community lawyer, a position that he was heavily depended upon by the neighborhood and which, as time went on, saved his friends and fellowmen may law suits and unnecessary legal expenses. He was elected Justice of the Peach in his twenty-fourth year, this being his first political venture, receiving his commission from the Governor of Louisiana, in 1866 "for the sixth ward of Avoyelles." While he was still officiating this office in 1877, he was appointed Jury commissioner ( now school board and police jury member); He held this important office until 1894, when he ran for and was elected parish assessor, remaining in this office until 1898 when he retired because of ill health. He then accepted a position as parish jailer in Marksville where he had moved his family after his election as assessor, dying a year after his appointment as jailer. His remains rest in Sacred Heart cemetery, Moreauville. Fulgence married Leonore Ann Pavey who was from Warsaw, Illinois , and a daughter of J. Benjamine Pavey and Maria Gibbs. John B. being a collateral descendant of Msgr. Antonine Pavey who had succeeded Msgr Antoine Adolph Dupuch as Archbishop of the Catholic SEE of algiers. (Archbishop Antoine Pavey died in 1866.). Fulgence and Leonore married in the then Ste. Hyacinthe, ( now Sacred Heart), Catholic Church in Moreauville on December 16, 1876 by Father Thomas A. Revours. Seven dchildren were born to their happy union. Leonora Add died in Baton Rouge where she was living with her daughter, Flavie, on January 31, 1933 at the age of 81 years and she too was buried in Sacred Heart Cemetery.

More About Leonore Ann Pavey:
Burial: Sacred Heart Catholic Cemetery, Moreauville, LA
Fact 1: Sacred Heart Cemetery, Moreauville, Avoyelles, Louisiana
Fact 2: October 28, 1997
 
More About Fulgence Couvillon:
Burial: Sacred Heart Catholic Cemetery, Moreauville, LA

4. Sarah4 Pavey (Samuel3, Samuel2, Samuel1) was born Abt. 1818 in KY. She married Jacob P. Culp September 12, 1834 in Switzerland Co, IN, son of Cornelius Culp and Hannah. He was born Abt. 1814 in NY, and died May 12, 1875 in Switzerland Co., IN.
 
Notes for Jacob P. Culp:
Source: Marriage Record BK A, pg 242 Switzerland Co., IN marriage records.
JACOB P. CULP & SARAH PAVY; Marriage license date: 12 Sept 1834; married 13 Sept 1834 by Enos Littlefield; filed 15 Sept 1834  
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1850 -- Ohio Co., IN - Div 2
#665-683
Jacob Culp, 36, NY, Farmer
Sally, 32, KY
Susanna, 14
Jerusha, 10
Mary P., 8
Hannah, 5
Sarah M., 3
Rachel G., 1
 
1860 Switzerland Co., IN census Cotton Twp.
Jacob P. Culp 46 NY Farmer
Sarah 42 KY
Jerusha 20 IN (F)
Mary 18 IN
Mariah 16 IN
Sarah 13 IN
Rachael 11 IN
Charles 7 IN
Bruce 3 IN
 
1870 -- Census....Bruce and sister Rachel are living in household of Charles N. Lee in Switzerland Co., IN - Jefferson Twp. Charles Culp is living in the home of his sister, Jerusha and husband, John W. Irby. Parents may have died between 1860 and 1870.
#504 - 490
Charles N. Lee, 29, IN, Farmer
Lettia, 27
Edwin, 4?
Bruce Culp, 12
Rachel Culp, 20
John Aikins, 20
 
Children of Sarah Pavey and Jacob Culp are:  
35 i. Susanna5 Culp, born Bet. 1836 - 1837 in IN; died Bet. 1860 - 1870. She married Andrew J. Smoot October 26, 1856 in Vermilion Co., IL; died Abt. 1860.  

Notes for Andrew J. Smoot:
Illinois M/R:
Susan A. Culp -> Andrew J. Smoot, Oct 26, 1856, Vermilion Co., IL A 241

1860 Vermilion Co., IL census, Pilot Twp. page 931, enumerated July 27, 1860
2597 / 2617
Susan Smoot 23 IN
Margaret " 6 IN
Arminda " 2 IL
(Apparently Andrew had died before this census was enumerated)
 
Notes for Susan A. CULP:
GSNOTE:
According to the 1860 census, mother Susan, sister Arminta and Maggie were living in Vermilion Co., IL. Susan and Maggie both born in IN. Apparently, Susan was pregnant (based on obit) and must have been a widow - meaning Andy died abt 1860. I checked the IL marriage index and found:
Susan A. Culp -> Andrew J. Smoot, Oct 26, 1856, Vermilion Co., IL A 241

36 ii. Jerusha Culp, born Abt. 1840. She married John W. Irby April 15, 1861 in Switzerland Co., IN; born April 15, 1840 in Switzerland Co., IN; died March 17, 1871 in IN.
 
Notes for Jerusha Culp:
1880 -- Census - Dearborn Co., IN - Lawrenceburg
#116
Charles W. Lee, 40, IN, Minister
Mary P., 38, IN
Edwin M., 12, IN
Warren, 7, IN
Robert E. L., 3, IN
Jerusha Irby, 40, servant, widow, IN
**GSNOTE: Could this be sister Mary???? This seems logical since siblings Bruce and Rachel were living with Charles W. Lee in the 1870 census - wife's name is odd, but it could be an enumerator error.
Unable to find Jerusha's children in the 1880 census - they might have died young?
 
Notes for John W. Irby:
1870 -- Census - Vermillon Co., IN - Eugene Twp
#139-143
John W. Irby, 34, IN, Farmer
Jerusha, 30
Mary P., 5
James W., 3
John, 1
Charles Culp, 17
 
Jerusha & John md. in Switzerland Co - per genlibrary
John M. Irey -> Jerusha Culp April 15, 1861, Switzerland Co., IN

Notes for John W/M. IRBY:
American Civil War Soldiers Record about John M Irby
Name: John M Irby ,
Residence: Switzerland County, Indiana
Enlistment Date: 22 August 1861
Distinguished Service: DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
Side Served: Union
State Served: Indiana
Unit Numbers: 486
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 22 August 1861
Enlisted in Company C, 3rd Cavalry Regiment Indiana on 22 August 1861

37 iii. Mary P. Culp, born October 1842 in IN; died January 02, 1913 in Lawrenceburg, IN. She married Charles Warren Lee October 03, 1866 in Switzerland Co., IN; born November 13, 1840 in Switzerland Co., IN; died January 28, 1911 in Lawrenceburg, IN.  
Notes for Charles Warren Lee:
1870 -- Census - Switzerland Co., IN - Jefferson Twp
#504-489
Charles W. Lee, 29, IN, Farmer
Lettia, 27, IN
Edwin, 2, IN
Mary, 4/12, IN
Bruce Culp, 12, IN
Rachel Culp, 20, IN
John Aikins, 20, IN
 
1880 -- Census - Dearborn Co., IN - Lawrenceburg
#116
Charles W. Lee, 40, IN, Minister
Mary P., 38, IN
Edwin M., 12, IN
Warren, 7, IN
Robert E. L., 3, IN
Jerusha Irby, 40, servant, widow, IN
**GSNOTE: Appears that daughter Mary died young.
 
Marriage Notes for Mary CULP and Charles LEE:
Genlibrary Marriage Index:
Mary P. Culp -> Charles W. Ice, Oct 3, 1866, Switzerland Co., IN
GSNOTE: Based on census findings, Charles name appears to be LEE
 
More About Charles LEE and Mary CULP:
Marriage: 03 Oct 1866, Switzerland Co., IN
 
Children of Mary CULP and Charles LEE are:  
+ 13 i. Edwin M.3 LEE, born Mar 1868 in IN.
14 ii. Mary LEE10, born 1870 in IN; died Bef. 1880 in IN.
15 iii. Warren LEE11, born 1873 in IN.
16 iv. Robert E. L. LEE11, born Jan 1876 in IN.
17 v. Louis A. LEE, born Jan 1881 in IN.
18 vi. Charles M. LEE, born Sep 1883 in IN.

Notes for Mary P. CULP:
1900 -- Census - Switzerland Co., IN - Cotton Twp
(Mary is listed as married, but haven't found husband)
#220-223
Mary P. Lee, 59, Oct 1842, IN, married [8 children - 5 living]
Robert E., 29, Jan 1876, IN, Farmer
Charles M., 18, Sept 1883, IN
Lucille M., gddau, 9, July 1891, IN**
**Lucille is enumerated twice, once with grandmother and once with parents.
 
Notes for Charles W. LEE:
GSNOTE: Quite a bit of confusion on this family. In marriage records, he is listed as "Charles W. ICE". On the 1870 census, wife is listed as Lettia, which I'm now assuming was an enumerator error or a nickname. Based on 1870 census, where Bruce and Rachel Culp are living with them, and on 1880, where Jerusha is with them, I am deducing that this is actually their Brother In Law.
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GS NOTE: Per volunteer Wilma Lohide, April 6, 2006:
 
Gayle,
 
Well, duh, now that you have told me that Charles Ice was really Charles Warren Lee! He was a preacher, farmer, Mason, and a descendant of the Lee family of Virginia (per an article, including a pen sketch of him, that appeared in the Vevay Reveille 15 July 1897 when he was running for Congress) Do you have everything you need on them? I have a family sheet made for them. I show they had six sons. One of their sons, Edwin M., was chairman of the Republican State Committee in Indiana in 1911. Charles d. 28 Jan 1911 at his home in Lawrenceburg, IN and was buried in the Greendale Cemetery. Mary d. 2 Jan 1913 at home in
 
Lawrenceburg.
 
Wilma Lohide
 
Gayle,
 
Greendale is in Dearborn County. It is a town adjacent to Lawrenceburg and is included in the Lawrenceburg Post Office. I show that David, a son of Charles W. and Mary Culp b. 1882 d. 5 Dec 1888, is also buried at the Greendale Cemetery. I have a lot of info on the Lee family because my husband had ancestors who were Lees. There were two Lee families in Switzerland County and I made many family sheets trying to separate them. My husband was from the other Lee family who descended from Gershom Lee of New Jersey. I show Charles Warren Lee as b. 13 Nov 1840 at the old Lee homestead at Sugar Branch (now named Fairview) in Switz. Co. From 186l-1866, he served in Co. A, 34 Indiana Cavalry and was known as "Major Lee" for the rest of his life. He was the son of "Squire" David B. Lee, b. 19 Dec. 1817 also at the family homestead near Sugar Branch. He died 29 Aug 1906 and is buried in the Lee Cemetery near Sugar Branch. His mother was Jane Brown b. 5 Jan 1818 in Ohio d. 3 Oct 1894 buried in the Lee Cemetery. I saw it noted that she was the mother of 12 children. I have eight of them with their birthdays, who they married, and death dates for most of them if you want them.
 
Squire David was the son another David Lee b. 19 Apr 1765 in Allegheny Co., MD. He d. 25 Feb 1848 (left a will) and is buried in the Lee Cemetery. Squire David's mother was Anna Longberry b. 22 Jun 1777 in New Jersey d. 28 Feb 1861. I have nine children listed in that family; not many birth dates but marriages for most of them. This is probably a lot more than you were interested in but I never know when to stop!
 
Wilma Lohide

38 iv. Mariah Hannah Culp, born Abt. 1844 in IN.

39 v. Sarah Culp, born Abt. 1847 in IN.
Notes for Sarah Culp:  
GSNOTE: There is a record of a marriage of Sarah Ann Culp -> Sanford W. Mendell, Oct 15, 1874 3 22....I've been unable to document that this is the correct Sarah.

40 vi. Rachael G. Culp, born Abt. 1849 in IN.
Notes for Rachael G. Culp:
1870 -- Census....Bruce and sister Rachel are living in household of Charles N. Lee in Switzerland Co., IN - Jefferson Twp [see notes for Bruce]

41 vii. Charles Culp, born Abt. 1853 in IN.

42 viii. Bruce Culp, born May 1857 in IN; died January 14, 1941 in Moultrie Co., IL. He married Minnie Babb 1890; born February 1868 in IL; died May 22, 1925 in Danville, Vermilion Co., IL.
Notes for Bruce Culp:
1870 -- Census....Bruce and sister Rachel are living in household of Charles N. Lee in Switzerland Co., IN - Jefferson Twp
#504 - 490
Charles N. Lee, 29, IN, Farmer
Lettia, 27
Edwin, 4?
Bruce Culp, 12
Rachel Culp, 20
John Aikins, 20
**GS NOTE: It appears that this is Bruce's Brother In Law
 
1900 -- Census - Brown Co., MN - Stately
#151-154
Bruce Culp, 43, May 1857, md 10yr, IN, Farm Labor
Minnie, 32, Feb 1868, IL [3 children - 1 living]
Paul, 9, May 1891, IL
 
1910 -- Census - Hancock Co., IA - Magor Twp
#40-41
Bruce Culp, 53, md 20yr, IN, Cler - ?? Store
Minnie, 42, IL [3 children - 1 living]
Paul, 18, IL
 
1920 -- Census - Iroquois Co., IL - Pigeon Grove
#1-1
Bruce Culp, 61, IN, Labor
Minnie, 51, IL
Joseph W. Babb, Father in Law, 80, widow, OH
 
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IL Death Index
CULP BRUCE C M/W Y-83 0000015 1941-01-14 MOULTRIE EAST NELSON TWP
Bruce C. Culp
born Fairview, Indiana
died of Diabetes Melltus
wife Minnie
died 13 Jan. 1941
Buried at the Springhill Cemetery, Danville, Vermilion County Illinois - -

Notes for Minnie Babb:
IL Death Index:
CULP MINNIE BABB F/W UNK 2920219 1925-05-22 VERMILION DANVILLE 25-05-25
Minnie B. Culp
born 1 Jan. 1868
Died of Meningitis at the St. Elizabeth Hospital Danville, V errmilion county Illinois on 25 may 1925
buried at Sprnghill Cemetery, Danville, Vermilion County Illinois
 
More About Minnie BABB:
Burial: Spring Hill Cemetery, Danville, Vermilion Co., IL
 
More About Bruce CULP and Minnie BABB:
Marriage: 1890
 
Child of Bruce CULP and Minnie BABB is:
19 i. Paul3 CULP 15, born May 1891 in IL.



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