|Elizabeth LEE (private).|
Elizabeth F. LEE was born about 1855 in ,Muhlenberg, KY. She died on 27 April 1913 at the age of 58 in Graham, Muhlenberg, KY. KY death certificate #1913-11258, Elizabeth Groves, female, white, married, dod 27 April 1913, cause: mitral regurgitation, duration-don't know, dob only a year-illegible, age 55 (incorrect-jek), occ: housework, bp KY, father: Levi Lee, bp KY, mother: Sissie Williams, bp KY, Informant: Wm Williams, Depoy KY, burial: 28 Apr 1913, Yeargins Chapel Parents: Levi LEE and Malinda Jane "Sissie" WILLLIAMS.
Spouse: James GROVES. Elizabeth F. LEE and James GROVES were married in 1879 in ,Muhlenberg, KY.
Elizabeth Jane LEE was born on 26 May 1814. She died unknown. Parents: William LEE and Sarah "Sary" MCCARTY.
Elizabeth L. "Bettie" LEE was born about 1846 in , Jessamine, KY. He died unknown. Parents: Strother J. LEE and Elizabeth JEWELL.
Elizabeth Mary "Bettie" LEE was born about 1877 in ,Jessamine, KY. She died unknown. 1910 census, Sulphur Well, Jessamine, KY, p4A ED46, T624_482
73/74 Betty Sharp, Head, F, W, 37, Wd, 6-5, KY KY KY, English, Boarding, House Keeper, OA, no, 0, yes yes, R, M, H
Mable Sharp, dau, F, W, 11, S, KY KY KY, English, none, yes yes yes
Sarah E. Sharp, dau, F, W, 9, S, KY KY KY, English, none, yes yes yes
Gladdis B. Sharp, dau, F, W, 7, S, KY KY KY, none, no no no
James P. Sharp, son, M, W, 5, S, KY KY KY, none
Willie F. Sharp, dau, F,W, 10/12, S, KY KY KY, none
William T. Sharp, brother, M, W, 44, S, KY KY KY, English, Farmer, Tenant Farm, yes yes
William T. was Betty's brother-in-law and her 2nd husband-jek)
1930 census, District 6, Fayette, KY, p9B ED30, Roll 744
203/207 Bettie Sharp, Head, O, yes, F, W, 50, Wd, no yes, KY KY KY, yes, Farmer, Farm, O, yes
Frances Sharp, dau, F, W, 20, S, no yes, KY KY KY, yes, none
Elizabeth Sharp, dau, F, W, 14, S, yes yes, KY KY KY, yes, none
John Keese, Lodger, yes, M, W, 75, S, no yes, KY KY KY, yes, Laborer, Farm, W, yes, no
1940 census, Fayette, KY, p17A ED 34-56, T627_1303, Jacks Creek Road
343, O, $2000, yes, Betty Sharp, Head, F, W, 60, Wd, no 8, KY, R, Fayette, KY, yes, no no no no, H, 0 0 yes
Janes Sharp, Lodger, M, W, 80, S, no, 0, KY, R, Fayette, KY, yes, no no no no, V, 0 0 no
Harry Lawson, son-in-law, M, W, 30, M, no, 7, KY, R, Fayette, KY, yes, yes -- -- -- --, 50, Farmer, Farm, PW, 52, 0 yes
Frances Lawson, dau, F, W, 31, M, no, H-2, KY, R, Fayette, KY, yes, no no no no, H, 0 0 yes
Bobby T. Lawson, M, W, 5, S, no, 0, KY, R, Fayette, KY, yes
Jackie O, Lawson, grandson, M, W, 3, S, no, 0, KY
Parents: Melvin L. LEE and Sally Ann SAGESER.
Spouse: Ulysses S. Grant SHARP. Elizabeth Mary "Bettie" LEE and Ulysses S. Grant SHARP were married on 26 January 1899 in ,Jessamine, KY. KY Marriages, 1851-1900, ancestry.com Children were: Mabel Leaf SHARP, Sarah E. SHARP, Gladys B. SHARP, James P. SHARP, Willie Frances SHARP.
Ellenora B. LEE was born in January 1879 in ,Appomattox, VA. She died unknown. Parents: John G. LEE and Mary I. .
Elvyn Dorothy LEE was born on 11 December 1914 in ,Oldham, KY. She died on 30 December 1938 at the age of 24 in Louisville, Jefferson, KY. KY death certificate #1938-30329, Elvyn Dorothy Payton, 1112 Eastern Parkway, Louisville, Jefferson co KY, female, white, married, dod 30 Dec 1938, cause: cerebral hemorrhage; spouse: John Erskine Payton; dob 11 De c1914, 24y 0m 19d, no occupation: bp Pewee Valley, KY, father: John G. Lee, bp KY, mother: May Bell Rudy, bp KY, informant: John G. Lee, 3925 Gilman, burial: 31 Dec 1938, Cave Hill Cemetery She was buried on 31 December 1938 at Cave Hill Cemetery in Louisville, Jefferson, KY. KY death certificate #1938-30329 Parents: John Goodman LEE and May Bell RUDY.
Spouse: John Erskine PAYTON.
Emily LEE was born about 1838 in , Jessamine, KY. She died unknown. Parents: Strother J. LEE and Elizabeth JEWELL.
Jacob LEE (private).
James M. LEE was born on 23 March 1926 in ,Jefferson, KY. He died on 26 March 1994 at the age of 68 in Opelika, Lee, AL. SSDI-406-22-4924-KY, last residence: 36801 Opelika, Lee, AL He was buried on 29 March 1994 at Ft. Mitchell National Cemetery in Ft. Mitchell, AL. US Veterans Gravesites, ca 1775-2006, ancestry.com, CPL US ARMY, service start date, 21 Aug 1944; Section 2, Site 590 Parents: John Goodman LEE and May Bell RUDY.
Jemima Ann LEE was born on 14 January 1818. She died after 1 June 1880 at the age of 62 in ,Vermilion, IL. She was buried after 1 June 1880 at All Hands Cemetery in ,Vermilion, IL. findagrave.com has a photo of Jemima's tombstone but they were unable to read her dates 1850 census, District 21, Vermilion, IL, p361, M432_130
755/Jimima A. Renard, 32, OH
Isaac Renard, 12, M, IL Parents: William LEE and Sarah "Sary" MCCARTY.
Spouse: Washington COX. Jemima Ann LEE and Washington COX were married on 9 February 1851 in , Vermillion, IL. Vermillion co IL MB 1/169
Spouse: Rhodes SMITH. Jemima Ann LEE and Rhodes SMITH were married on 10 June 1869 in ,Vermilion, IL. Vermilion co IL MB 3/54
John LEE was born in 1776 in NC. He died after 1 June 1860 at the age of 84 in ,Muhlenberg, KY. not found in the 1870 census 1850 census, District 1, Muhlenberg, KY, p182A M432_214
John B. LEE was born in 1860 in ,Muhlenberg, KY. He died on 27 March 1932 at the age of 72 in Graham, Muhlenberg, KY. KY death certificate #1932-9901, John Lee, Muhlenburg, KY, male, white, widowed, dod 22 Mar 1932, cause: nephritis, Interstitial, onset-child; contributory: enlarged heart, edema, no birth date, age 69, bp Muhlenburg co KY, father: Levi Lee (misread and indexes as Lewis-jek) bp Muhlenburg co KY, mother: Malinda Williams, bp Muhleburg co KY, Informant: Comer (his X mark) Lee, Depoy KY, burial: 28 Mar 1932, Yeargins Chapel Cemetery He was buried on 28 March 1932 at Yeargins Chapel Cemetery in Graham, Muhlenberg, KY. findagrave.com Parents: Levi LEE and Malinda Jane "Sissie" WILLLIAMS.
Spouse: Zelpha GROVES. Zelpha GROVES and John B. LEE were married.
John F. LEE died unknown.
Spouse: Louisa Hannah RIGGS. Louisa Hannah RIGGS and John F. LEE were married on 10 November 1847 in , Scott, IL. Scott co IL MB /58
John G. LEE was born in 1842 in VA. He served in the military on 9 August 1861 in ,Appomattox, VA. US Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles, John G. Lee, Farmer, age at enlistment, 22, doe, 9 Aug 1861, Private, place-Appomattox county, VA, state served, VA, survived the war? yes, enlisted in Company H, Virginia 18th Inf Regt, height: 5'10", light complexion, blue eyes, light hair, bd abt 1839, sources: The VA Regimental History Series He died unknown. 1870 census, Southside, Appomattox, VA, p73B, M593_1633
446/446 John G. Lee, 28, M, W, Farmer, VA, $250, $200, VA, U. S. Citizen
Mary A. Lee, 25, F, W, Keeping house, VA
Ada Jane Lee, 1, F, W, VA
1880 census, South Side, Appomattox, VA, p362B, ED8, Roll 1354
39/39 John G. Lee, W, M, 38, M, Farmer, VA VA VA
Mary I. Lee, W, F, 20, wife, M, VA VA VA
Ada J. Lee, W, F, 11, dau, S, attended school w/i year, VA VA VA
Ellenorra B. Lee, W, F, 11/12, Jan, dau, S, VA VA VA
Parents: Liberty LEE and Mary A. .
Spouse: Mary I. . Mary I. and John G. LEE were married. unable to find the marriage, but John had two wives named Mary. The first one is in the VA death records, dying in 1877, the other is with him in the 1880 census. Children were: Ellenora B. LEE.
John Goodman LEE was born on 19 July 1890 in Louisville, Jefferson, KY. WW1 draft registration, John Goodman Lee, 26, Pewee Valley, KY, dob 19 Jul 1890, natural born, bp Louisville KY, USA, Occ: Time helper for L & N RR Co. Emp: L & N R.R. Co. Louisville, dependents: wife and two children, married, caucasian, no prior service, claim exemption-wife and two children, Signature: John G. Lee, medium height, slim build, brown eyes, brown hair, not bald, no disabilities, 5 Jun 1917, Pewee Valley, Oldham, KY He died on 24 November 1966 at the age of 76 in Louisville, Jefferson, KY. SSDI-704-03-6068-Railroad Board issued; last residence: 40207 Louisville, Jefferson, KY He was buried on 26 November 1966 at Cave Hill Cemetery in Louisville, Jefferson, KY. Section 29 Lot 145 E1/2 Cemetery Section 29, Lot 145, E1/2, Grave #2
1930 census, Louisville, Jefferson co KY, p31A, ED4, Roll 73, 120 Stilz
John Goodman Lee, H, O, $6000, R, no, M W, 39, M, 23, no yes, KY VA KY, yes, Ticket Taker, Railroad, yes no
Maybell Lee, wife, F, W, 37, M, 21, no yes, KY KY IN, yes, none
Corothy E. Lee, dau, F, W, 15, S, yes yes, KY KY KY, yes, none
Charles E. Lee, son, M, W, 13, S, yes yes, KY KY KY, yes, none
James M. Lee, son, M, W, 4 1/2, no, KY KY KY, none
Mollie H. Rudy, mother-in-law, F, W, 69, wd, no yes, IN KY IN, yes, none Parents: William Silas LEE and Hattie Jennie "Addie" MCBEATH.
Lena Olive LEE was born on 1 October 1889 in AR. She died in February 1984 at the age of 94 in Little Rock, Pulaski, AR. SSDI-429-19-9001-AR; last residence: Little Rock, Pulaski, AR
Levi LEE was born in 1832 in NC. He died before 1 June 1870 at the age of 38 in ,Muhlenberg, KY. wife is widowed in the 1870 Muhlenburg co KY census 1860 census, District 1, Muhlenberg, KY, p563, M653_388,
35/35 Levi Lee, 28, M, Day Laborer, NC, cannot r&w
Malinda Lee, 27, F, Domestic, NC, cannot r&w
Annas Lee, 8, F, KY, cannot r
Elizabeth F. Lee, 6, F, KY
Leisa M. Lee, 4, F, KY
John B. Lee, 5/12, M, KY Parents: John LEE and Annas .
Spouse: Malinda Jane "Sissie" WILLLIAMS. Malinda Jane "Sissie" WILLLIAMS and Levi LEE were married on 10 September 1849 in ,Muhlenberg, KY. Muhlenburg County Marriages, 1802-1904 by Hopkins co KY Genealogical Society Children were: Anice M. LEE, Elizabeth F. LEE, Dicey M LEE, John B. LEE, Lucinda A. LEE.
Liberty LEE was born in 1814 in VA. He died unknown.
Lucinda A. LEE was born in 1863 in ,Muhlenberg, KY. She died on 20 September 1878 at the age of 15 in ,Muhlenberg, KY. Parents: Levi LEE and Malinda Jane "Sissie" WILLLIAMS.
Maggie LEE was born about 1872 in ,Jessamine, KY. She died on 25 October 1894 at the age of 22 in ,Jessamine, KY. Parents: Melvin L. LEE and Sally Ann SAGESER.
Melvin L. LEE was born on 23 April 1841 in , Jessamine, KY. He served in the military on 15 July 1862 in KY. enlisted as a Private in Co E, 2nd KY Calvalry, C.S.A. He died on 5 March 1914 at the age of 72 in ,Oldham, KY. KY death certificate #1914-8395, Melvin L. Lee, residence, Confederate Home, Pewee Valley, Oldham co KY, pod Confedeerate Home Infirmary; male, white, married, dod 5 Mar 1914, cause: Lobar pneumonia, 7 days, dob 23 Apr 1841, 72y 10m 11d, Occ: Blacksmith, bp Jessamine co KY, father: Strother Lee, bp VA, mother: Elizabeth Jewell, bp Jessamine co KY, Informant: Record at the Confed. Home, resided at place of death 2 yrs 9 mos 16 days, former residence: Jessamine co KY, Burial: 6 Mar 1914, Pewee Valley, KY Melvin was buried on 6 March 1914 at PeWee Valley Cemetery in ,Oldham, KY. findagrave.com, photo of tombstone Pvt Co E 2 (Duke's) KY Cavalry, CSA; enlisted on 15 Jul 1862
1880 census, Marble Creek, Jessamine, KY p75, ED 111, T9_425
40/51 Melvin L. Lee, W, M, 39, M, Blacksmith, KY KY KY
Sally A. Lee, W, F, 32, wife, M, Housekeeper, KY KY KY
Robert E. Lee, W, M, 11, son, S, at hme
Strother J. Lee, W, M, 9, son, S, attended school, KY KY KY
Maggie Lee, W, F, 7, dau, S, attended school, KY KY KY
Rutherford Lee, W, M, 5, son, S, KY KY KY
Bettie Lee, W F, 3, dau, S, KY KY KY Parents: Strother J. LEE and Elizabeth JEWELL.
Spouse: Sally Ann SAGESER. Sally Ann SAGESER and Melvin L. LEE were married about 1867 in ,Jessamine, KY. Children were: Robert E. LEE, Strother Jefferson LEE, Maggie LEE, Rutherford Douglas LEE, Elizabeth Mary "Bettie" LEE.
Olen Floyd LEE was born in 1906 in MO. He died on 5 January 1964 at the age of 58 in Post Oak, Lamar, TX.
Spouse: Vallie Belle WALKER. Vallie Belle WALKER and Olen Floyd LEE were married.
Peyton Monroe LEE was born on 5 January 1874 in ,Clay, TN. Info from James Short, Tampa FL He was born on 5 January 1874 in , Clay, TN. Info from James Short, Tampa FL He died on 13 May 1947 at the age of 73 in Glasgow, Barren, KY. Info from James Short, Tampa, FL Peyton was buried at Turner Cemetery in ,Clay, TN. Info from James Short, Tampa FL He was buried at Turner Cemetery in , Clay, TN. Info from James Short, Tampa FL
Spouse: Settie Belle SIMS. Settie Belle SIMS and Peyton Monroe LEE were married on 7 January 1927 in ,Clay, TN. They were married on 7 January 1927 in , Clay, TN.
Rebecca Nell LEE (private).
Spouse: William Robert ADAMS.
Robert E. LEE was born about 1868 in ,Jessamine, KY. He died unknown. Parents: Melvin L. LEE and Sally Ann SAGESER.
Rutherford Douglas LEE was born on 5 April 1876 in ,Jessamine, KY. KY Birth Index, 1852-1910, Jessamine co 1876, dob April 5, Rutherford D. Lee, male, alive, pob Jessmine, father: Melvin L. Lee, mother: Sallie Sagerser, white, bp of father: Jessamine, bp of mother: Jessamine, residence of parents: Jessamine; WW1 draft registration, ancestry.com, Rutherford Douglas Lee, R4, Nicholasville, KY, 44, dob March 28, 1874, white, native born, Blacksmith, Self, Jessamine co KY, nearest relative: Julia Lee, R4, Nicholasville, KY, Signature: Rutherford Douglas Lee, Tall, slender, blue eyes, brown hair, 12 Sep 1918, Nicholasville, Jessamine co KY Board He died on 22 April 1952 at the age of 76 in ,Jessamine, KY. KY death certificate #1952-10224, Rutherford Douglas Lee, pod Nursing Home, Nicholasville, Jessamine co KY, residence: RR1, Rural Nicholasville, Jessamine co KY; male, white, married, dod 22 Apr 1952, dob not known, age 78, Retired Blacksmith, bp KY, father: Melvin Lee, mother: Sallie Sageser, no SSN, Informant: Mrs. R. D. Lee, Nicholasville, KY, cause of death: illegible, due to chronic nephritis, due to Senility, Burial: 24 Apr 1952, Maple Grove Cemetery He was buried on 24 April 1952 at Maple Grove Cemetery in Nicholasville, Jessamine, KY. 1900 census, Plaquemine, Jessamine, KY, p8B ED 30 T623_534
149/154 Douglas Lee, H W M Mar 1875, 25 M 1 KY KY KY, Farm Laborer, yes yes yes R H
Julia Lee, wife W F Oct 1873, 26 M 1, KY KY KY, yes yes yes
1910 census, North Keene, Jessamine, KY, p4B ED 44, T624_482
53/53 Douglass R. Lee, H M W 36 M1, 11 KY KY KY, English, Blacksmith, General, Emp yes yes R F
Julia Lee, wife, F W 35 M1 KY KY KY English none yes yes
1920 census, Keene, Jessamine, KY, p4A ED 72, T625_576
44/46 Relaford Lee H O F M W 48 M yes yes, KY KY KY, yes Blacksmith, own Shop OA
Julia Lee, wife F W 48 M yes yes kY KY KY, yes, none Parents: Melvin L. LEE and Sally Ann SAGESER.
Spouse: Julia WILLIAMS. Julia WILLIAMS and Rutherford Douglas LEE were married about 1899 in ,Jessamine, KY.
Sarah Ann LEE was born in April 1843 in AL. She died in 1903 at the age of 60 in ,Lamar, TX. She was buried in 1903 at East Post Oak Cemetery in ,Lamar, TX. findagrave.com
Spouse: William Serriel CODY. Sarah Ann LEE and William Serriel CODY were married about 1889 in ,Lamar, TX.
Strother J. LEE was born on 29 July 1812 in KY. He died after 1 June 1870 at the age of 57 in ,Jessamine, KY. 1840 census, Jessamine, KY p244, Roll 116
Strother Lee, M: 1 5-10, 1 10-15, 1 15-20, 2 20-30, F: 1 0-5, 1 5-10, 2 20-30
1850 census, District 2, Jessamine, KY, p44, M432_208
89/89 Strother Lee, 38, M, Blacksmith, KY
Elizabeth Lee, 40, F, KY
William Dorman, 19, M, Blacksmith, KY
John Dorman, 21, M, Blacksmith, KY
N. J. Dorman, 17, F, KY
Emily Lee, 13, F, KY
Melvin L. Lee, 10, M, KY
E. L. Lee, 3, F, KY
1860 census, District 1, Jessamine, KY, p , M653_378
12/12 Strother Lee, 49, M, Blk Smith, $300, KY
Emily Lee, 21, F, KY
Malcolm Lee, 19, M, Blk Smith, KY
Bettie Lee, 14, F, KY
Elizabeth Lee, 53, F, KY
1870 census, District 5, Jessamine, KY, p. 91, M593_477
202/229 Stander Lee, 58, M, W, Blacksmith, --, $200, KY
Elizabeth Lee, 62, F, W, Keeping House, KY
Alfred Lusk, 16, M, W, Blacksmith, KY
this is Strother Lee, they are living next door to Thomas Rowland and Eliza Jane Jewell, Elizabeth's sister, the next family is Thomas Cogan and wife, Bettie, with 9 year old Martha Lee living with them
Strother Jefferson LEE was born on 13 October 1872 in ,Jessamine, KY. He died on 4 April 1947 at the age of 74 in Lexington, Fayette, KY. KY death certificate #1947-8196-Jefferson Lee, pod Rural Lexington, Richmond Road, Fayette co KY; residence: Rural Nicholasville, Jessamine co KY, male, white, single, dod 4 Apr 1947, cause: acute myocarditis, dob 13 Oct 1872, 74y 5m 19d, bp KY, Blacksmith, father: Melvin Lee, bp KY, mother: Sallie Sageser, bp KY, Informant: Mrs. Betty Sharp, Lexington KY P#5, Burial: 6 April 1947, Maple Grove Cemetery He was buried on 6 April 1947 at Maple Grove Cemetery in Nicholasville, Jessamine, KY. Parents: Melvin L. LEE and Sally Ann SAGESER.
William LEE was born about 1790 in KY. He died after 1 June 1840 at the age of 50 in ,Vermilion, IL. William Lee purchased Lot2NW 02 18N 14W 2 on 22 Feb 1830 in Vermilion co IL, islos.gov
1830 census, Vermilion, IL, p107, Roll 23, line 24
William Lee, M: 1 m 0-5, 1 m 30-40; F 2 0-5, 2 5-10, 1 10-15, 1 30-40
1840 census, Vermilion co IL, p. ? Roll 71 line 23
William Lee M: 1 10-15, 1 20-30, 1 50-60, F: 1 5-10, 1 15-20, 1 1 40-50
William Silas LEE was born on 3 December 1860 in KY. He died on 8 February 1930 at the age of 69 in ,Oldham, KY. KY death certificate #1930-4955, William Silas Lee, Pewee Valley, Oldham, KY, male, white, married, dod 8 Feb 1930, cause: Cerebral Hemorrhage, 6 hours, contributory: Influenza, wife: Mrs. W. S. Lee; dob 3 Dec 1860, 69y 10m 26d, Occ: Clerical, bp KY, father: Wm Lee, bp KY, mother: Eliza Farquar, bp KY, Informant: Mrs. W. S. Lee, Pewee Valley, KY, Burial: 10 Feb 1930, Floydsburg Cemetery He was buried on 10 February 1930 at Floydsburg Cemetery in Crestwood, Oldham, KY. findagrave.com
Willie LEE (private).
Spouse: Daniel Fountain WADE.
Willie LEE was born in February 1866 in , , Tennessee. !SOURCES:1)Census:a)1900,Williamson,TN,ED120p6AFam109
Spouse: Daniel Fountain WADE. Willie LEE and Daniel Fountain WADE were married on 22 February 1900 in ,Maury, TN. TN state marriages, 1780-2002
Thelma Elizabeth LEECH was born on 17 November 1904 in Louisville, Jefferson, KY. KY birth records, 1852-1910, ancestry.com, Thelma Elizabeth Leech, illegbile W. Church, dob Nov 17, F, W, father: W. E. , bp KY, mother: Leola, bp KY, maiden name of mother: Leola Gillock, physician: J. F. Bohmann, 915 W. Jeff. She died on 8 January 1984 at the age of 79 in ,Bullitt, KY. SSDI-571-30-4468-CA, last residence & last benefit, 40229 Louisville, Jefferson, KY, KY death index, 1911-2000, ancestry.com, pob & residence: Bullitt, certificate #1984-190 Parents: William E. LEECH and Nettie Leola Coquese Delilah Hunt GILLOCK.
William E. LEECH died before 15 April 1910 in Unknown. wife, Leola, is a widow in the 1910 census
Spouse: Nettie Leola Coquese Delilah Hunt GILLOCK. Nettie Leola Coquese Delilah Hunt GILLOCK and William E. LEECH were married on 23 December 1903 in ,Jefferson, KY. KY marriage records, 1852-1914, ancestry.com Children were: Thelma Elizabeth LEECH.
Grace A. LEEDY was born about 1875.
Spouse: John HOOVER. Grace A. LEEDY and John HOOVER were married on 21 December 1893 in ,Coffey, KS. familysearch.org, KS marriages 1840-1935, film #1510350
Sally Isabelle LEEDY (private).
Spouse: Edward Hunter MOORE.
Charles William LEFEBVRE died in July 1945 in Chicago, Cook, IL.
Dorothy Eileen LEFEBVRE was born on 22 April 1914 in Chicago, Cook, IL. She died on 19 May 1985 at the age of 71 in Atherton, San Mateo. CA death index, 1940-1997, ancestry.com, mother's maiden: Maycroft, father's surname: Lefebvre Parents: Charles William LEFEBVRE and Clara Belle MAYCROFT.
Spouse: William Stull POWELL. Dorothy Eileen LEFEBVRE and William Stull POWELL were married.
Verne Marcia LEFEBVRE (private).
Anna Barbara LEFEVRE was born about 1722.
Spouse: George HOKE. Anna Barbara LEFEVRE and George HOKE were married.
Eliza Jane LEFFEL was born on 10 December 1848 in , Clark, OH. She died on 20 June 1936 at the age of 87 in Clark OH. Springfield OH ILlNESS IS FATAL
MRS ELIZA JANE HARDACRE
Mrs Eliza Jane Hardacre, 87, died Saturday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Clinton Gordon, Springfield, Route 1, after an illness of eight weeks. She was the widow of Hugh Blair Hardacre, who died Sept 21, 1888. With the exception of five years spent in Champaign County, she had lived in Clark County all her life. Mrs Hardacre had been a member of the Bethel Baptist church for the last 63 years.
Two daughters, Mrs. J. L. Lauer, of Elids, O., and Mrs. Gordon, at whose home she died; three sons, Benjamin E. Hardacre, of Jacksonville, Fla., Jeremiah C. Hardacre, of Conover, O., and William B. Hardacre of Springfield, Route 1; 13 grandchildren and 12 great granchildren survive.
Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the Bethel Baptist Church on the Hew Carlisle pk. Burial will be made in the church cemetery.
Isaac LEFFLER was born on 25 November 1788 in Cumberland, Washington, PA. He died on 8 March 1866 at the age of 77 in Chariton, Lucas, IA. He was buried on 9 March 1866 at Aspen Grove Cemetery in Burlington, Des Moines, IA. findagrave.com, U.S. Congressman, Elected to represent Virginia's 10th District in the United States House of Representaives, serving from 1827 to 1829. He was the older brohter of Iowa Congressman Sheperd Leffler) en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isaac_Leffler
Isaac Leffler (November 7, 1788-March 8, 1866) represented Virginia's 18th congressional district in the United States House of Representatives for one term in the 1820s. He was the older brother of Iowa U. S. Representaive, Shepherd Leffler, who served in Congress twenty years later.
Born on his grandfather's plantation, "Sylvia's Plain," in Washington County, Pennsylvania, near Wheeling, Virginia (now West Virginia), Leffler attended the public schools and was graduated from Jefferson College, (now Washington & Jefferson College), in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania. After studying law, he was admitted to the bar and commenced practice in Wheeling. He served as member of the Virginia House of Delegates from 1817 to 1819, 1823 to 1827, 1832, and 1833. He served as member of the Virginia Board of Public Works in 1827.
In 1835, Leffler moved to that portion of Michigan Territory that is now Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa, in Iowa's southeastern corner. He was admitted to the Des Moines County bar on April 15, 1835, and practiced law. While under Michigan's territorial governance, he was named as the chief justice of the first judicial tribunal of Des Moines County on April 11, 1836. After the creation of Wisconsin Territory on April 20, 1836, he served in the first legislature of the new Territory in 1836 and 1837 and served as speaker in 1837. After Iowa Territory was created from areas of Wisconsin Territory west of the Mississippi River in 1838, he served as member of the Iowa Territory house of representatives in 1841.
President John Tyler appointed Leffler as United States marshal for the district of Iowa on December 18, 1843. He served until removed by President James K. Polk on December 29, 1845, when he resumed the practice of law in Burlington. He declined the appointment of register of the land office at Stillwater (in what was then Minnesota Territory) in 1849. He was appointed by President Millard Fillmore as receiver of public moneys for the Chariton land district of Iowa on August 30, 1852, and served in that position until removed by President Franklin Pierce on March 29, 1963. He died in Chariton, Iowa on March 8, 1866. He was interred in Aspen Grove Cemetery, in Burlington.
1830 census, Ohio, VA, p227, M19-198
Isaac Leffler, M: 2 5-10, 2 10-15, 1 20-30, 1 40-50; F: 1 u 5, 1 5-10, 1 10-15, slaves: 3
1860 Census, Whitebreast Twp, Lucas, IA, p 109, M653_333
810/761 Daniel Baum, 32, M, Farmer, $2500, $400, PA
Lethenia Baum, 26, F, VA
Charles L. Baum, 5, IA
/762 Isaac Leffler, 72, M, Farmer, $1000, $400, PA
Lethenia P. Leffler, 57, F, VA
David J. Leffler, 18, M, Clerk, IA, attended school w/i year
Alexander M. Leffler, 21, M, Farmer, IA
Mary C. Leffler, 37, F, VA
Sarah L. Leffler, 16, F, IA, attended school w/i year
Benjamin F. Hilling, 23, M, Farmer, OH Parents: John Jacob LEFFLER and Jane SMITH.
Spouse: Rebecca FOREMAN. Rebecca FOREMAN and Isaac LEFFLER were married on 4 November 1813 in ,Ohio, VA.
John Jacob LEFFLER was born on 9 June 1745 in Bavaria/Switzerland. He died on 30 March 1784 at the age of 38 in Donegal, Washington, PA.
John Jacob LEFFLER was born on 9 August 1765 in Hagerstown, Frederick, MD. He died on 3 March 1844 at the age of 78 in Burlington, Des Moines, IA. Parents: John Jacob LEFFLER and Elizabeth HEWITT.
Sarah Lowther "Sallie" LEFFLER was born in May 1844 in Des Moines, Polk, IA. She died on 8 August 1908 at the age of 64 in CA. She was buried on 12 August 1908 at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Omaha, Douglas, NE. Section, 10, 95-6 Sarah Edwards wrote the following letter to her friend, Mrs. Mallory about the 1906 California earthquake, from her home in Palo Alto. It was published in the Chariton (IA) Patriot, Thursday, May 10, 1906
April 27, 1906
I can scarcely tell you all that has come to me through the earthquake. When I look about me and see the destruction, I scarcely know where to begin.
By this time you will know that San Francisco has suffered the worst possible; the terrible fire with no water was the finish of four-fifths of the city.
We were awakened from our sleep by the tremble and before we could do anything our bed room doors had slammed shut so we could not make one another hear. I sat on my bed holding on with both hands while my heavy dresser danced out into the middle of the floor and my bed moved a foot or two. Nothing fell in my room but Mr. Edwards' mirror crashed down at his feet. My son attempted to get out of his room but all he could do was to brace himself and wait, while book cases, books and everything came falling about him. After the worse was over we came down stairs and the state of affairs was anything but orderly. In the dining room and pantry crockery covered the floor, all my blue china in fragments, in fact everything off the platter racks came down except one tall chocolate pitcher. The door of my china cabinet was crushed, but nothing inside broken, and cannot understand how this happened. In the living room about everything that could fall and break did so. The hearth of the fire places was broken but the big chimney fell outside, otherwise it must have come on my bed. May chimneys crushed right through the roofs and no one here has any flues left and all are cooking in improvised ovens out of doors. Many could not sleep in their houses and have slept down stairs, ready to step out ever since. The plastering on our house is badly cracked, but many houses are stripped of plaster; still there are a few homes that almost entirely escaped damage.
In my neighbor's home the tall glass bookcases upset and the piano danced back and forth across the corner on the polished floor and tore the wall on either side while in her dining room an all-glass cabinet was undisturbed and not a dish upset on the mantle in the same room where bookcases fell; queer freaks of the waves.
As soon as we could get a cup of coffee we started out to see what had happened. The homes on the outside looked peaceful enough but there were no chimneys. When we reached our main street, University Ave., we saw the first real destruction. Every store room was more or less demolished. One brick building had lost the entire-front and one side, exposing five bed rooms. In the drug stores the stock was all in the middle of the floor and all plate glass windows were broken. The windows of our house were all opened; the shock broke and unfastened the locks.
This all looked terrible to us and when we glanced down the street the pretty entrance to the University grounds was laid flat. All those massive stone pillars in fragments. Then our hearts did grow heavy. We took a carriage and went direct to Encina Hall where a student was buried in the ruins. He fell from the fourth floor to the basement. My son was already there and students, professors and all were hard at work trying to get him out. When we found his neck was broken. Encina Hall was damaged by the fall of the ornamental chimneys in the center of the building which carried a good part of the interior down but which showed very little from the outside.
Roble Hall met the same fate and some of the girls went clear down to the basement on their beds. No one was hurt although there were some startling situations. One girl found her floor going down all but one conrer of it and there she stood until rescued. Another found herself locked in her room. The Encina boys had more narrow escapes as their building was of stone while Roble was of wood. The beautiful church is a complete ruin. The great dome crashed down upon the altar, crushing, it is though, all three marble figures. This crash caused the whole mosaic front, the Sermon on the Mount, to fall outward from a point just above the inscription and that save the great organ. The vestibule and study are intact, but it is thought the mosaics are all cracked and the church is full of debris.
The caretaker told us they had ventured in and save the bronze reading desk and marble Baptismal font. Easter Day the church was packed and Dean Hodges preached his fare-well sermon. It was all so beautiful and peaceful, and I thought to myself while sitting there, as I have many times, what a privilege it is to be here. The quad all around is more or less injured. Directly back of the church is is flat and here and there in many places. The great arch has the top off and is split to the ground. One of the statues from the front of the Zoology building fell off and buried himself up to the elbows in the stone walk, head down. All those fine Japanese ornaments in Memorial Court are in fragments, but the marble statue of the Stanford family stands intact, a silent witness to the destruction round about. The dome over the library where the students studied fell, causing great loss of all in that building. Back of the church, outside of the quad, were the massive stone work shops. The great chimney fell, killing the engineer. The big Gymnasium is a hopeless mass of twisted steel, iron and stone, past all redemption. The fine Library building is an utter ruin except the lofty dome. That stands up with its steel frame unharmed; not a glass broken although the round dome is all glass. The Chemistry building lost its many chimneys and the tiling slid from the roof while a portion of the front fell out, but the damage is not considered great and the building will be ready for use by fall.
But the poor Museum would make you sick. On either side of the entrance those long art galleries are crushed to the ground and you can see the splendid pictures covered in the debris, while some massive frames, pictureless, were hurled out on the grass. It is supposed that everything breakable is in ruins. The Hewes collection of statuary is all on the floor, the Venetian glass exhibit all gone and I suppose, also that magnificent Japanese collection.
The rooms containing the personal belongings of Mrs. Stanford and her son are intact but the skeletons of the Stanford horses are in the cellar.
The outside mosaic pictures are all right on the walls which still stand but the statues on the top of the buildings were thrown to the ground and all are lost. It will be years if ever before these big buildings including the church will be rebuilt. They do not intend to build a gymnasium on the same plan of interior accommodations but all on the ground, but that will take years.
The Stanford residence is utterly wrecked, the floor in Mrs. Stanford's room fell, the walls separated and the pictures and other things could be seen from the outside. Since the 18th the house has almost all gone down. The mausoleum stands solid, although vases, tables etc. inside are upset. The "Weeping Angel" is terribly wrecked, leaving only the body, head and one wing. Those great marble pillars were thrown way off over the fence. The fraternity houses were more or less injured but no one hurt. College of course was at an end. So much for my poor pen description.
The next trouble was the banks all closed and the students were without money. For several days we could not receive or get out dispatches. At last when the telegrams were filed to about 300 in number, some men took and auto and started south to find an open wire; had to go to Visalia, about 300 miles. People just lived up about the depot, too nervous to stay in doors. The only news we had for two days came by autos from San Franciso. They would come sailing in, leave the news and go to San Jose and the news kept getting worse and worse regarding San Francisco.
People were wild to hear from their friends. The second day Leroy and another student went as far as they could go on a train, then took their wheels and went over to San Francisco. They slept that night at the home of a friend and found themselves in the middle of the street when a big tremble came. They saw the St. Francis, Hopkins Institute, etc. burn. Leroy returned Friday. In the twenty-four hours in the city he had only had three crackers to eat. He went to the college to try to get his law books as the law students were the only ones who were required to take an examination. One of the professors said he pitied them as in his present excitement he did not believe he would pass on the subject on which he had been lecturing. At the office was a list of students who would be excused from examination on account of their years high marks and Leroy's name was on the list. I was at the station as usual. he came up, handed over his books and joined the students that were going up to do relief work and is there yet. We hear of him each day as going about on a big wagon of supplies with four horses and driver and two soldiers as guards, delivering supplies. He is placarded "Vigilance" and was given a revolver and authority to open and confiscate any necessary supplies when needed. A note from him last night tells me that he with ten other Stanford boys have been detailed to do duty at the Presidio Golf Club hospital, he has a tent and plenty to eat. They work hard all day and sing college songs at night, and will stay as long as needed. The sights they see will be something to remember.
Sallie Leffler Edwards Parents: Isaac LEFFLER and Lethenia MITCHELL.
Spouse: Eugene Edgar EDWARDS. Sarah Lowther "Sallie" LEFFLER and Eugene Edgar EDWARDS were married on 26 May 1863 in Chariton, Lucas, IA. Children were: Lula Belle EDWARDS, Edgar Eugene EDWARDS Jr., Wilkie Leffler EDWARDS, LeRoy Mallory EDWARDS.
Agnes Selena LEFLER was born on 31 January 1901 in Sturgis, Union, KY. She died on 15 December 1974 at the age of 73 in Evansville, Vanderburgh, IN. browning.evcpl.lib.in.us, obituary, The Evansville (IN) Courier-Press, December 16, 1974
MRS. AGNES PEASE, 73, of 4021 Broadway, a native of Sturgis, Ky., who came to Evansville in 1942, died at 1:55 a.m. yesterday at Deaconess Hospital.
Surviving are her husband, William L.; a daughter, Mrs. Mary V. McCarty of Fountain, Colo.; sons, John T. William L. and Francis D., all of Evansville; a sister, Mrs. Jeanie Mackey of Chicago, a brother, Theodore Lefler of Evansville; 10 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren.
Friends may call after 5 p.m. today at Alexander Funeral Home West Chapel, where prayers will be said at 8 p.m. tomorrow. Services will be 8:30 a.m. Wednesday at the funeral home and continued at 9 a.m. at St. Agnes Catholic Church with burial in St. Ambrose Cemetery near Sturgis. She was buried on 18 December 1974 at Saint Ambrose Cemetery in Henshaw, Union, KY. www.usgwarchives.org/ky/union/cemeteries/photo/ambrose/48.jpg Parents: James Edward LEFLER and Mary Helena "Lena" MATTINGLY.
Spouse: William Lloyd PEASE. Agnes Selena LEFLER and William Lloyd PEASE were married on 5 December 1922 in Shawneetown, Gallatin, IL. Children were: John Thomas "J. T." PEASE, Mary Virgina PEASE, William Leroy PEASE, Francis David PEASE.
Albert LEFLER Jr. was born on 20 August 1925 in Evansville, Vanderburgh, IN. He died on 21 December 1998 at the age of 73 in Evansville, Vanderburgh, IN. SSDI He was buried in Locust Hill Mausoleum, Evansville, Vanderburgh, IN. Parents: Albert Lee LEFLER and Lydia WIMP.
Albert Lee LEFLER was born on 26 March 1886 in Spottsville, Henderson, KY. WW1 draft registration: Albert Lee Lefler, 7 Vickery, Evansville, Vanderburgh, Ind, 32, dob March 25, 1886, white, native born, Coal Miner, Crescent Coal Co. 306 W, 3rd, Evansville, Indiana, nearest relative: Lidia Lefler, wife, 7 Vickery, Evansville, Ind, Signature: Albert Lee Leffler; medium height, medium weight, blue eyes, brown hair, 12 Sep 1918, Evansville, Vanderburgh co IN Board;
US WWII draft registration, 1942, Albert Lee Lefler, RR2, Box 213 Evansville, Vand. Ind. mailing-same, no telephone, age 56, dob Mar. 26, 1886, bp Spottsville, KY, person always know address: Lydia Leffler, RR2 Box 213 Evansville, Emp: self-painter, RR2 Box 213 Evansville, Vand. Ind. Signature: Albert Lee Lefler He died on 20 August 1960 at the age of 74 in Evansville, Vanderburgh, IN. www.evcpl.lib.in.us, obituary, abstract, Albert L. Lefler, Sr. RR2, 75, dod 30 Aug 1960, Alexander FH, Tapman Cemetery, funeral at Bible Center, Rev. A. D. Van Hoose, retired painter, survivors: daughters: Mrs. John Taylor, Mrs. Marvin Brown, Mrs. Conrad Delmer, Mrs. William Warner, Mrs. Leo Langel, all of Evansville; sons: Marion, Evansville, Leroy, Newburgh, Robert, Henderson, Albert, Jr. Xenia, Ohio; sister, Mrs. Rose Wilson, Evansville, brothers, George, Missouri, William, Evansville He was buried on 1 September 1960 at Tupman Cemetery in Evansville, Vanderburgh, IN. findagrave.com, photo of tombstone Parents: Robert W. LEFLER and Mary E. NUGENT.
Spouse: Lydia WIMP. Lydia WIMP and Albert Lee LEFLER were married on 11 November 1912 in Spottsville, Henderson, KY. Henderson co KY MB 42/162 Children were: Mary Lydia LEFLER, Marion D. LEFLER, Leroy LEFLER, Robert Lee LEFLER, Dorothy LEFLER, Helen Jane LEFLER, Rose Mae LEFLER, Albert LEFLER Jr., Violet Charlene LEFLER, Susan LEFLER, Bettye LEFLER, Lydia M. LEFLER.