Person:Abraham LeFever (2)

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Name Abraham Lefever
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See Map showing the settlers of Thompson Creek.

Disambiguation

The surname is variously spelled

LeFever
LeFevre
LaFavor
LaFavour

The Abrham LeFever who settled in Washington County, c 1785, is sometimes confused with his father Abraham Sr, who settled in Augusta County at an unknown date. Abraham Sr. apparently owned the property aquired in Washington County, but Abraham Jr. lived on it, until about 1791 Abraham Jr, also had a son named Abraham

Personal Data

Personal Data
VitaDatumSource/Basis/Comment
DOB:c1752Assuming DOD of 1807, and all children listed as adults, youngest child would have been born no later than 1787. Eight children, implies eldest child born no later than c1773. Implies DOM of 1772, implies DOB of c1752
POB:
DOD:10/2/1807May be date of will or date of probate; See "Will" under Miscellaneous Sources.
POD:Wayne County KYSee "Will" under Miscellaneous Sources.
Father:person:Abraham LeFever (1)Washington Co., VA Deed Book 1:236 -- Abraham LEFEVER (acting Power of Attorney from Abraham LEFEVER, Senior, of Augusta County and father of said Abraham LEFEVER, of Washington County) to Philip BARRICK, 200 acres on a branch of the South Fork of the Holston River, granted by Patent 02 Dec 1785 ... Beginning at a corner of Adam MORROW & said Abraham LEFEVER ... to John BOWLES land. Recorded 15 Nov 1791.
Mother:
Spouse:Catrinabased on Will, Often given as Catharine Zink in family lineages.
DOM:<1771Assuming DOD of 1807, and all children listed as adults, youngest child would have been born no later than 1787. Eight children, implies eldest child born no later than c1773. Implies DOM of 1772, implies DOB of c1752
POM:
Children
Name DOB POB DOD POD Spouse DOM POM Dispersion and Notes
person:Abraham LaFever (3) 12 June 1772 (c1773 based on being eldest child, and 1772 DOM) Dec 6 1838 Morgan Co. IN Mary Magdalaine Brock (1780-1844) 25 August 1795 Washington County, VA based on Will, which provides birth order. Most data from Jeffrey LaFavre
Catarena Lafever c1775 based on Will, which provides birth order.
Andrew G. Lafever, c1777 or 1774 1849 White Co., Tennessee, buried: Levi Perkins Cm. Nancy Ard m. 25-AUG-1795 based on Will, which provides birth order.
Elizabeth Lafever, c1779 based on Will, which provides birth order.
Sarah Lafever, c1781 based on Will, which provides birth order.
Jacob Lafever c1783 based on Will, which provides birth order.
David Lafever c1785 based on Will, which provides birth order.
Thomas Lafever c1787 based on Will, which provides birth order.

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