|Posted By:||Jenna Tong|
|Subject:||Re: Jesse Covington, Denham Springs, La.|
|Post Date:||November 27, 2002 at 08:30:27|
|Forum:||Livingston Parish, LA Genealogy Forum|
Could this be his family in the 1920 census?:
70/73 Covington, Toney head R M W 25 M LA LA LA farming, home farm
Sallie wife F W 27 M LA LA LA none
Byron son M W 5 2/12 S LA LA LA none
Daniel son M W 2 1/12 S LA LA LA none
Jess W. son M W 1/12 S LA LA LA none
1910: Toney's family:
81/81 Covington, John P. Head M W 56 M3 4 LA AR LA farmer
Cassie Wife F W 26 M2 4 7 7 LA LA US none
Arch Son M W 21 S LA LA MS farm laborer
Tonie Son M W 18 S LA LA MS farm laborer
Annie Dau F W 13 S LA LA MS none
Lonie Dau F W 11 S LA LA MS none
Allie Dau F W 7 S LA LA LA none
Josheph Son M W 5 S LA LA LA none
Poline Dau F W 4 S LA LA LA none
Nelie Dau F W 2 S LA LA LA none
No Name Son M W 4/12 S LA LA LA none
Babin, Edwin Boarder M W 22 S LA US US farm laborer
J.P in the 1880 with his first wife:
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
J.P. COVINGTON Self M Male W 25 LA Farmer MS MS
Alice COVINGTON Wife M Female W 26 MS Keeping House MS MS
Lawson COVINGTON Son S Male W 6 LA LA MS
Munroe COVINGTON Son S Male W 5 LA LA MS
Patt COVINGTON Son S Male W 5M LA LA MS
Ezra COVINGTON Brother S Male W 30 LA Laborer MS MS
William WATSON Other S Male W 21 LA Laborer LA LA
Census Place 1st Ward, Livingston, Louisiana
Family History Library Film 1254456
NA Film Number T9-0456
Page Number 124D
J.R. Covington 44 M 2600 800 Ms.
Catharine 31 F La.
Benjm. 17 M Student La.
Danl. 11 M Student La.
John 5 M La.
HILL, Peter 50 M Ms. Farmer
Sarah 47 F La.
George 12 M La.
COVINGTON, Benjamin 7 M La.
6. Alice Vickers
Wife of J.P. Covington
June 13, 1854 - Feb. 26, 1886
7. J.P. Covington
Nov. 5, 1854 - Oct. 5, 1934
This might be Toney:
Bethlehem Cemetery, Albany, Livingston Parish, Louisiana
336. T.C. Covington
Jan. 22, 1892 - Sept. 15, 1959
Note on the Friendship Methodist Church:
FRIENDSHIP METHODIST CHURCH Established around 1850 as a circuit-rider
church on a site one-half mile from the Springfield Road and Walker Road
crossing. Some of the charter members included Sibley, Graham, Vickers,
McDowell, Covington, and Erwin family members.
Reportedly, during the Civil War, the church members served cornbread
and milk to Confederate soldiers who slept in the church while passing
through the area.
The church was moved to J.P. Covington's land in 1870, and in 1905
it moved to its present site on La. Hwy. 447 north of Walker, on land
donated by George Hall, Sr. (1) -- Mrs. Willie Higginbotham.