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Re: info on Parker Milton Levy
Posted by: Helen Bassett (ID *****1620) Date: December 09, 2005 at 08:29:47
In Reply to: info on Parker Milton Levy by claudette oswalt riffe of 663

You did not indicate what information you have and what information you are looking for. So I may be providing what you already have.
But here goes:

James Allison Levy was born in North Carolina Dec 9, 1794 to unknown parents. Father may have been Henry Levy (Levi) or Alexander Levy (Levi). Both Henry and Alexander are listed in the NC Census of 1790 in Pitt county. Of course this does not mean they are related to James Levy.

There is also a Parker Levy in Kentucky who married Ann Short. However I do not have any records that indicate they are related to James Levy.

In 1830 and 1840, James Levy is in the Davidson County TN census.
1846 and 1848 James Levy is listed in Texas Tax lists.

1850, 1860, 1870 James is listed in the Texas, Washington County Census.

In 1860 James was living with his daughter Sarah. Sarah married R. P. Sanders 2/21/1861. James went to live with Rebecca Levy Meeks. In the 1870 census, he is living in the household of Rebecca Meek.

James has two wives. Sarah M work. There is a marriage bond in Davidson County TN dated August 1, 1817 and signed by James Levy and Charles Hutton (who was probably kin to Polly Levy's husband, Samuel Hutton)

There is also a Davidson County, TN marriage record for Janette League dated May 25, 1839 with the statement "I solemnized the rites of matrimony between the within couple 30th day of May 1839 Wm Shelton J.P."

James died May 11, 1873 in Washington county, Texas.

The area he lived and may have been buried is under Summerville Lake.

If you would like information on his children, I have some.

If you have information that will add to this or would just like to share speculations, I would love to share my guess with you.

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