spouse: Salyer, Nancy (1841 - 1908)
Event Military - [date: 1863]Levi served in company B, 10th KY Cavalry and was captured with John Hunt Morgan's men in April 1963. He and his brother-in =law, Cambridge C. Salyer and several other men from Magoffin County were imprisoned at Point Lookout. They were released in Jan 1865.
Marriage NoteJanuary 18, 1858: Levi Patrick, Age 22, b Morgan County and Nancy Salyer, Age 17, b Floyd County. Witnesses: Isaiah Salyer, David J Carty. Officiating: John Patrick.
spouse: May, Caleb (1781 - 1827)
Birth NoteCaleb May was born in 1781 probably in North Carolina and died in April 1827 Floyd Co. KY. He was married in 1801 in Russell Co. VA to Margaretta Patrick who was born 9 Feb 1783 Lee Co. VA and died 13 Dec 1861 Magoffin Co. KY. She was the daughter of William Patrick.
This May family was first found in Kentucky on Shelby Creek in Pike Co. KY and then moved to Johnson Co. KY to the area now known as Hager Hill. The family next moved to the head of the Burning Fork on the Licking River where Ivyton now stands. By 1820 Caleb moved his family two miles west of present day Salyersville, KY on the Licking River. Oral history tells he was a Kentucky Baptist preacher and died of cancer of the breast. His wife Margaretta died at age 91 after a fall from a horse.
There are ten known children for Caleb and Margaretta May. They are (1) John May b. 1802 VA d. 1865 probably Morgan Co. KY m. in 1821 Floyd Co. KY to Sarah Elizabeth Adams b. 1800 d. 1884, dau of Isaac Adams, (2) William "Billy" May b. 1804 VA death date not presently known, married 1. 1824 to Dolly Linden and m. 2nd. in 1833 to Sarah Minix, (3) David May b. 1806 VA d. 1855 Floyd Co. KY m. 1827 to Nancy Power b. 1810 d. 1889, dau of Lewis Power and Elizabeth Prater, (4) Blair May b. 1808 probably Russell Co. VA d. 1858 Floyd Co. KY m. 1829 Sarah Adams b. 1810 d. 1887, dau of Stephen Adams and Mary "Polly" Holbrook, (5) James "Turkey Jim" May b. 1811 d. 1890 Elk Creek, Magoffin Co. KY m. 1. 1830 to Matilda Whitaker b. 1810 d. 1854 and m. 2nd. in 1854 to Elizabeth Powers b. 1818 d. 1889, dau of Lewis Powers and Elizabeth Prater, (6) Margaret May b. 1813 d. 1870 m. 1. Samuel Robinson and m. 2. Prior Bailey, (7) Samuel L. May b. 1815 d. 1888 m. 1851 to Celia Powers, (8) Martha May b. 1817 d. bef. 1880 m. 1836 to James Francis Gullett, (9) Sarah May b. 1820 d. 1891 m. 1838 to George Washington Bays, and (10) Caleb May, Jr. b. 1823 d. 1880 m. 1843 to Sarah Pelphrey.
Death NoteShe dies after a fall from a horse.
spouse: Salyer, Nelson N (1878 - 1951)
Burial - [place: Royalton, Magoffin Co, KY at Nelse Salyer Cemetery]See burial note for her husband Nelson Salyer.
Ollie died as a child.
Ralph died as a child.
Reuben Patricks and Amanda Burns Hager's children: Salena, Susan, Franklin, Annie, Lurena, Mattie, Dennis, Anderson, Robert, Katherine, Jacob, Juanita, Henry, Benjamin, Maude Ella twin of Grant, who died at 17 yrs.spouse: Hager, Amanda Burns (1832 - 1914)
Bobbi, yes, Robert and Susan. They had my grandfather Reuben Hurt who married Molly Poe.
Bobbi, Reuben and Molly had my father Robert, my aunt Ruby, my aunt Lilian and my uncle Conrad
Maude Ella and Susan Patrick were sisters. Maude Ella married Daniel Boone Salyer. They had June Gayle who Laurie just told you was my grandpa.
According to AMBROSE - Reuben Patrick was a "Home Defender" on the Union side during the Civil War.
spouse: Salyer, Fielding Nelson (1829 - 1912)
Burial - [place: Williamson Co, TX at Salyer Strickland Grove Cemetery]
Roy died as a child.
Samuel may have been married a third time to Alma.spouse: Monahan, Ina (*1934 - )
----------child: Salyer, Fannie (1886 - 1937)
Marriage NoteHe lived on Birch Branch of Burning Fork, KY.
spouse: Allen, Phinetta (1911 - 1985)
Death NoteTobe died in a coal mine accident.
----------child: Patrick, Don Wellington (1934 - )
Marriage NoteA copy of permission to marry can be found at Magoffin County Historical Society in the marriage books. Phinetta and Tobe divorced when the children were still young.
Walter died as a child.
All descendant names in this line are from the same MCHS Journal, Fall 2005.spouse: Reins\Rains, Martha (1770 - r1803)
Information from: Earl B. Akers - Ebasr@aol.com November, 1998. Also: Subj: Re: Dorcas PATTON, Fl C KY Date: 11/16/98 10:38:14 PM Eastern Standard Time From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Jan Hardee) Reply-to: KYFLOYD-L@rootsweb.com To: KYFLOYD-L@rootsweb.com I don't have anything on Dorcus, but do have a couple more of her siblings. Brother Henry Patton (22 Oct 1775 - 1 Aug 1866) m. 15 Mar 1828 Rachel Qualls in Floyd county, KY. They had one daughter that I know of, Nancy b.1832. Dorcus also had a sister Cynthia, DOB/DOD unknown, who married George Allen. I am researching primarily the Graham line. Right now I am particularly interested in the murder of Miss Jane Graham, which took place in Aug. 1854 in Greenbrier County, VA. She was the daughter of Joseph Graham and Rebecca Graham. Anyone know who dunit? clues? info?? Regards Jan Graham - Hardeespouse: May, Thomas Phillip (*1786 - )
----------child: Salyer, Minora Raney (1844 - 1890)
Marriage NoteConsent paper from John Patton for his daughter dated 24 Dec 1843.
James PATTON of Floyd County was born ca 1752 in Augusta Co., VA and is buried in Stephens Branch, KY (Floyd Co.). He married in 1773 Florence GRAHAM born ca 1757 in Augusta Co., VA. My understanding from Charles C. Wells' book, Annals of Floyd County (page 115), is that James PATTON died soon before May 19, 1817. James PATTON was appointed Sheriff of Floyd Co. in February 1809. Florence GRAHAM died ca 1830, probably in KY.spouse: Graham, Florence (1757 - ~1830)
Birth and death dates are unknown. Could Janie have died in childbirth shortly after her marriage to Samuel Allen?spouse: Allen, Samuel (1795 - 1845)
David McKenzie seems to think Samuel was born 1788 - but did not include a source.spouse: Allen, Elizabeth Collinsworth (~1794 - ~1874)
----------child: Patton, Samuel (*1821 - )
Marriage NoteThe marriage date from the original database was reported as 12 Apr 1820. However, there is the belief that Elizabeth ALLEN m 19 June 1810 Samuel PATTON in Floyd Co., KY. Samuel ALLEN was a bondsman for the marriage license of Elizabeth ALLEN and Samuel PATTON, dated 6 April 1810. When the marriage took place on 12 Apr 1810 Sarah ALLEN was given as the mother. It is presumed that Samuel ALLEN died in the interval between giving bond for the marriage and the actual marriage.
spouse: Gray, Susan Lynne (1943 - )
Graduation - [date: JUN 1970] [place: Dearborn, Wayne Co, MI from Fordson High School]
spouse: Conley, Edmund (~1807 - )
----------child: Pennington, Clabourne (1838 - )
Marriage NoteThey also lived in Morgan Co, KY.
21 Feb 1999: [Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2 M-Z, Ed. 6, SSDi: U.S., Date of Import: Feb 21, 1999, Internal Ref. #220.127.116.11028.107] Individual: Perna, Anthony; SS #: 081-28-6075 Issued in: New York; Birth date: Apr 11, 1903 Death date: Mar 1968; Last known residence: Buffalo, NY 14213spouse: Mascari, Mary (*1907 - )
Death Note6 Mar 1968: Obituary obtained from Buffalo Courier-Express on March 7, 1968, p. 23. Obituary notes that death occurred suddenly on Thursday March 6, 1968. He is survived by his wife, Mary Mascari and his children, Frank A. Perna and Mrs. Joseph (Rose) Scro of Syracuse, NY. Son of the late Frank and Rosalia Perna; brother of Angelo, Mrs. Frank (Jennie) Gentile, Jack, Frank, Jr., Michael, John and the late Thomas Perna; grandfather of seven grandchildren. Funeral on Monday March ?, 1968 at 8:30 AM at Perna Funeral Home 1306 Hertel Avenue, near Colvin, and 9:30 AM from the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church. He was 64 yrs, 10 mos, 23 days of age.
----------child: Perna, Frank A (*1938 - )
Marriage Note30 Dec 1934: Obituary of her father, Joseph, who died on this date lists her name as Mrs. Anthony Perna. Therefore, marriage date is listed as "before 1934."