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Re: Levi and Martha Vermillion
Posted by: Douglas M. Vermillion Date: June 21, 2001 at 20:23:10
In Reply to: Levi and Martha Vermillion by Thomas M. Kelly of 1041

I'm not sure what info you want, but here is what I have to offer:
Cynthia Ann Vermillion (b. July 18, 1847) was the eldest child of Levi Vermillion (b. July 23, 1823) and Evelyn Martha Scott (b. July 22, 1825) who were married Sept. 17, 1846 in LaClede County, MO. Cynthia had 10 younger siblings including Tyron (b. 1848), Susanna (b. 1850),Thomas (b. 1850), Sarah (b. 1851), Reuben (b. 1854), William P. (b. 1855),Martha Ann (b. 1858), Levi N. (b. 1860), Rebecca Ellin (b. 1864) and Elizabeth (b. 1868).
Levi (b. 1823) was the son of Reuben Vermillion (b. 1800) and Rebecca Compston (b. 1803)who were married Feb. 10, 1820 in Lawrence County, OH. Levi was the second of 13 children and was born in Ohio before Reuben and Rebecca moved their family to Missouri, where Reuben was a Baptist minister.
Reuben Vermillion (b. 1800) was the ninth child of Uriah Vermillion (b. 1761) and his first wife, Susannah Barker (b. 1762). Reuben was born in Greenbriar County, VA.
(Uriah was married a second time to Elizabeth Shumate Peters in 1803).
Uriah (b. 1761) is the fifth of seven children born to Robert Francis Vermillion (b. 1725) and Elizabeth Birch (b. 1727). Uriah was born in King George's Parish (now Prince George's County), MD.
Robert Francis was the ninth and last child born to Giles Vermillion, Sr. (b. abt. 1685 possibly in Scotland or Wales) and Jane Hutcheson (b. 1686 in Scotland). Giles Vermillion, Sr. is the first (and possibly only) Vermillion to immigrate to the American colonies, arriving at age 13 years in 1699. Many family members say Giles is the forefather of all Vermillions in the U.S.
I have additional info about each family listed above. E-mail me if you would like to know more.


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