McCree Genealogy

The Genealogy of the McCree, Slaughter, Everett, Fulcher, Keag, Lewis, Steiner, and Galbraith families.


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1 SOURCES: Maury Co, Marriage Records. Family Bible of Daniel Derryberry. Lavern Faughn, Rexburg,ID, obtained information from Carolyn Heard, McCloud, OK. Thomas D. Lovett and his wife, Mary, resided at Rally Hill Community. Their farm still exists. Family F245
2 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F265
3 1840 Marshall, TN Census has McCree & Lourance families next to each other. Both have male and female in the right age group to be Wilson & Mary. POSSIBLE.

Maybe 'David Wilson McRee' born in Lincoln, TN 1827? 
MCCREE, Willis Or Wilson (I5739)
4 1860 She lives with Parents - 1863 is married with child. Family F23
5 1870 IL Census shows Mary married to Zach Owen and all Children living with them under the name of Owen. Family F176
6 1870 US Census - Not in DeSoto, Jackson, IL

All children but last (Robert) born in TN.

POSSIBLE - U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865
about Jacob W. Everett
Name: Jacob W. Everett
Side: Union
Regiment State/Origin: Tennesee
Regiment Name: 4 Tennessee Cavalry.
Regiment Name Expanded: 4th Regiment, Tennessee Cavalry
Company: A
Rank In: Private
Rank In Expanded: Private
Rank Out: Private
Rank Out Expanded: Private
Film Number: M392 roll 5

Jackson County Jackson County Courthouse Murphysboro, IL 62966 (to request death certificate) 
EVERETT, Jacob MorW (I1055)
7 1900 Census - Had 6 Children - 5 are Alive WILLIAMS, Sallie Sarah (I910)
8 1900 Census - Years married = 12. Family F238
9 1900 IL Census - Had 10 children, 8 living


All Children but Last (Robert) born in TN. 
MANICE, Elizabeth (I2171)
10 1900 US Census - IL - P.W. Everett
1920 US Census IL for Son Earl show Father's birthplace as Indiana.
1920 US Census Williamson, IL for Son Earl show Father's birthplace as Tennessee.

1900 US Census - IL - P.W. Everett Born FEB 1863 in TN.
1920 US Census IL for Son Earl show Father's birthplace as Indiana.
1920 US Census Williamson, IL for Son Earl show Father's birthplace as Tennessee.

1880 Census - Pulaski Everett (Age 16, Profession is Laborer) Born in TN. 
EVERETT, Pulaski William (I459)
11 1910 US Census includes a Hired Hand in household - name - Samson......Male......age 58.....born in TN. MCCREE, Samuel (I514)
12 1920 TN Census - Josie is widowed /1930 TN Census - Josie is married to Will and has a 2 year old son. Family F627
13 1930 Census - Daughter in Law (widowed) living with Family - JESSIE
1930 Census - William D Slaughter (grandson) age 2 living in household; Wanda B Hyde (granddaughter) age 1 living in household.

"Texanna Slaughter" (Wife) 1910 US Census Obion, TN 
LOVETT, Mary Texanna (I456)
14 1930 US census IL - shows John living with Son (Samuel) and family. Viola (Johns Daughter, Samuels Sister) also living with family. MCCREE, Viola (I513)
15 1983 divorce? Family F696
16 1st Family F17
17 1st Family F1170
18 1st Cousins Family F689
19 1st wife Family F1722
20 1st wife Family F1726
21 1st Wife - Died 3 days after giving birth to son Glenn. Family F146
22 27 Oct 1880 at Carterville by George W. COX M. G. Witness: Sarah STOVER and Lizzie COX Return states groom as McREE. Family F293
23 28 Nov 1894 Streator, La Salle, IL - alternative marriage license Family F164
24 2nd Family F18
25 2nd Family F1161
26 2nd Family F1162
27 2nd husband Family F1249
28 2nd marriage for William? Family F1333
29 2nd marriage? Family F1574
30 2nd Sealing - 11 May 1999 JRIVE Family F649
31 2nd Wife Family F290
32 2nd Wife Family F512
33 2nd wife Family F1723
34 2nd wife Family F1727
35 2nd wife? Family F1039
36 2nd wife? Family F1092
37 3rd Family F1171
38 3rd marriage for JKP, 1st for Mary/Molly Family F671
39 Address based from Obion county memorial garden records: 629 North 1st Street Union City, TN 38261. Phone 731-885-7449. Sherrie (I9832)
According to a history of the Lovett family, published privately by John Clay Lovett in 1995, Joseph Lovett was christeened on August 12, 1759 at St. Dunstain, Stepney, London, Engalnd. Joseph came to the colonies at Philadelphia via Portugal in 1773, as a servant indentured to Batso Furnace, an iron foundtry in New Jersey. He worked a year-and-a-half there, then ran away. He was given the French name, Joseph Louvat and shipped aboard the Clementia from Lisbon. He joined the New York militia and fought at the battle of Long Island in August 1776. In June 1777, Joseph was in Baltimore and enlisted in the Continental Army for three years as a private in Col. Nathanial Gist's company, which was attached to Col. Nathanial Gist's Regiment of "Rangers," which was part of Col. Mordicai Gist's Third Maryland Regiment. He faought at the Battle of Brandywine in Sept. 11, 1777, and at Germantown Muster roll records show that he served at Valley Forge in Feb. 1778. Joseph was wounded at the battle on Monmouth. He was taken prisoner by the British after Gen. Benjamin Lincoln surrendered at Charleston, SC, on May 12, 1780. He later escaped and came to Guilford Cty. He then fought as a volunteer at Camden, SC, where Gates was defeated.
After the war, Joseph was a poor farmer in Guilford County, NC, with 115 acres in 1825. 
LOVETT, James Joseph (I1967)
41 At the feet of John and Maxine McCree (her Mother) Joyce (I9392)
42 Best friends with 1st wife (Julia) Family F13
43 Blood infection - possible leg wound on church pew (John Jr. said) or leaving the outhouse (Barbara McCree said) MCCREE, William Marshall (I452)
44 Brother "Thomas F" ?? LAMB, Joseph F (I2163)
45 Charles Wood's home - Witnesses: Vince Mulky, Wm Gooden, and Charles Woods. Minister states bride's name as McCray...

Family F275
46 Check 1838 Ballyferis, Ballywalter, County Down, Ireland (Worked as a laborer)

POSSIBLE: 63, Oxford, Leeds and Grenville North, Ontario, Canada (William Johnston age 78 born in Ireland, Father & Mother born in Ireland) and (Jane Johnston age 74 born in Ireland, Father & Mother born in Ireland). 
JOHNSTON, William (I3819)
47 Cousins Family F557
48 Cousins Family F558
49 Date Processed: 01 Dec 1754 Record #: 20 Name: Andries A. Dewitt Spouse: Maria Depue Comment: Andries A. Dewitt, young man, with Maria Depue, young woman, both born in Marbletown and both residing in Wawarsing. Married the 24th of the above mentioned month, by Moses Depue, Justice of the Peace. Her first proposal. The text har Erste voorstel, is written under the date in each case; probably means the first publication of the banns. Collections of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, Vol. VII, Wawarsing Reformed Dutch Church Records Family F61
50 Daughters of the American Revolution Application for Bess Steiner. "Unable to find Record (Burned)" Family F60

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