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Thomas William Stevenson - McKell cem.?
Posted by: Carolyn L. Nickels Date: August 11, 2000 at 11:26:45
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Thomas William Stevenson born March 19, 1868 where? d. ? where ? parents ?
I've a picture said to be him by my mamaw Mildred Namona Stevenson-Morgan in hand.
Married =January 12, 1890 on Coals Branch, in Greenup, Co., KY witnesses were Lillin Pugh, Ellis Meeks, Jeremiah Farmer, minister M.E.C.S.
I've a written record of this in hand with birth dates on back. A copy also from Greenup, Co., KY Court House of marriage.
Leona Lenora Pugh b. February 14, 1870 Greenup, Co., KY d. 1952 in Portsmouth, Ohio. Parents Thomas E. Pugh and Mildred A. Meeks of Greenup, Co., KY
Children =
Eura E. Stevenson b. October 19, 1890 in Greenup, Co., KY
Winfred A."Den" Stevenson b. December 12, 1891 in Greenup, Co., KY
Ina May Stevenson b. May 11, 1893 in Greenup, Co., KY
Homer E. Stevenson b. December 28, 1895 in Greenup, Co., KY
Mildred N. Stevenson b. April 17, 1897 in Greenup, Co., KY
Edith L. Stevenson b. October 12, 1898 in Greenup, Co., KY
Looking for any thing on Thomas William Stevenson. Mamaw said he died young, this is also ture in 1920 Greenup, Co., KY census records has Leona as Wid. head of household. She lived in the Springville area twp.That is Springville Hill, Flat Hollow Road, South Portsmouth, Greenup, Co., KY. The US 23 took it in 1952 with a part of Fullerton and Taylor now called South Shore. Then some more in 1975-77 it really took almost all of Fullerton with some more of South Portsmouth, KY. Then in the late 1980 they moved the road on Springville Hill, Flat Hollow Road there by the U S Grant bridge. Mamaw worked making cap's there by the tracks in the 19teens. My Dad was born on Springville Hill, Flat Hollow Road March 11, 1923 where the rock and steps were in the curve. Not there now. It is also the start of Jenny Wiley Trail. In the 1970's there was a park. The Pugh house was moved at the top of the hill. Mrs. Pugh would always say he had no family, my mamaw said that they were family. Could he be in the Ole McKell Cemetery on River View Road there off Flat Hollow Road there on the hill that over looks Fullerton, South Portsmouth, South Shore, KY and Portsmouth, West Portsmouth, New Boston,Ohio area there on US 23 before you come to the US Grant bridge. Does anyone knows who is in there? A lot of people don't know it's there. You can see where the road was when the trees aren't full and there is a snow. As you look from the Ohio side you'll see it now even with the trees full. There to the right up a little ways on the hill is the ole McKell Cemetery. Sure could use some help with Thomas William Stevenson.


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