Updated May 9, 2009
No LeValley family (except possibly the Xenia bunch) ever lived in the South. Consequently, we have never conducted any search of southern records. Yet national indexes have turned up these isolated black LeValley families:
of Peoria IL married in Milwaukee John Jordan Miles a black Union
veteran (d. 1926). She survived him.
68 b. SC
Bess wife 60 b. SC
Dick son 12 b. SC
Pompey LeVally 24
Sally wife 20 b. SC
____ LeVally other 3 mo.
1891 James Walker, a black man living in Tennessee, applied for a Civil War disability pension for his service under the name of James LeVally (as he had then been known). In 1912 his minor dependant also applied. In 1916 his widow Julia LeVally applied for the pension.1928 Berleley Co. SC Eliza (dau. Ned Edwards) d. age 52. S. LeValley of St. Stevens SC undertaker.
1900 Asheville NC Cesborn or Osborn 20 (black) b. SC, parents b. SC (see Pompey 1880)
Carolina (m) 21 black b. SC (parents b. SC) driver for coal company
Mary 21 black, wife
Gladys 14 (black) b. FL (parents b. US) student at Willisforce University
Lebanon Twp., Marion Co.
Henry 60 (black)
Precinct 1, Grimes Co. TX
Henry 40 (black) b. TX
Ella 28 wife
2, Quitman Co. MS
(Head of household unavailable--see Colie in MO for possible father)
Anna M. 5 b. MS (black) granddaughter
Commerce Twp., Scott Co. MO
Colie 30 b. MS (black)
Aba (last name hard to read) 2 (black) b. NY (parents b. Br. W. Indies) adopted dau. of Eliza
McInold (name hard to read) 36 (black) b. Br. W. Indies
We are not
aware of any black LeValleys
living today. Please contact us.
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