Posted By:Patricia Bishop Obrist
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Subject:Nicholas CHAVIS, Co. J., 7th KY Infantry
Post Date:July 04, 2003 at 10:15:10
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Hello, again,

I forgot to mention that one of my ancestor's older brothers, Nicholas P. CHAVIS, joined the Union Army in Kentucky. I would like to find him on the 1890 Fed. Census.

25 Jan 1863 Nicholas CHAVIS joined the 7th Kentucky Infantry, Company I of the Union Army at Flat Lick, Kentucky. After the war he filed for a Civil War pension. He received a Veteran's Pension: see Application # 470 427 and Certificate # 638 500. His widow, Elizabeth, also applied for a widow's pension: Application # 525 874, Certificate # 329 108.


Does anyone know of his family? Charity Chavis is conjecture.

Descendants of Nicholas P. Chavis
                                   
       1        Nicholas P. Chavis       b: 1829 in Randolph Co., NC              d: 17 August 1891 in "Four Mile", Bell Co., KY
..              +Elizabeth P. Charles       b: August 1837 in North Carolina NC NC       m: 30 September 1852 in Forsythe Co., NC       d: 27 March 1910 in res. Flat Lick, Knox Co., KY in 1896-1900
.       2        Child1 Chavies       b: Abt. 1853              
.       2        Charity W. Chavies       b: 21 December 1857              d: 25 January 1929 in Knox Co., KY
.       2        Child3 Chavies       b: Abt. 1859              
.       2        Edward D. Chavies       b: May 1860 in Forsythe Co., NC (or) Flat Lick, Knox Co., KY              d: Aft. 1910 in res. in Himyar, Bell Co., KY
.....              +Laura Gambrel       b: 29 March 1896              d: March 1979
.              *2nd Wife of Edward D. Chavies:                     
.....              +Sophia Prichard       b: April 1862 in Knox Co., KY       m: 1885 in Knox Co., Kentucky ?       d: Aft. 1900
.       2        Child5 Chavies       b: Abt. 1862              

Thanks for any help.
Pat Bishop Obrist