Person:William Allee (2)

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William Allee
m. 4 Dec 1784
  1. Buford Allee1786 - 1865
  2. John Allee1787 - 1865
  3. Betty AlleeAbt 1788 - Bef 1835
  4. Polly Allee1789 - Bef 1835
  5. Anna Allee1791 - 1864
  6. Nicholas Allee1793 - 1859
  7. William Allee1797 - 1874
  8. Jerusha Allee1799 - 1878
  9. Winnifred Allee1801 - 1879
  10. Charity Allee1804 - 1878
  11. David Allee1810 -
m. 7 Jan 1820
  1. Miles Allee1822 - 1898
  2. Buford Allee1823 - 1908
  3. Preston Price Allee1826 - 1901
  4. Elizabeth Allee1830 - 1897
  5. James William Vardeman Allee1834 - 1875
  6. John L Allee1834 - 1925
  7. Martha Louisa Allee1836 - 1939
  8. William David Allee1838 - 1931
  9. Thomas Edward Allee1840 - 1931
  10. Nicholas Allee1842 - 1911
  11. Alvin Peter Allee1843 - 1890
Facts and Events
Name William Allee
Gender Male
Birth? 30 Nov 1797 Barren County, Kentucky
Marriage 7 Jan 1820 Barren County, Kentuckyto Anna Nellie Rolin Hill
Other[1] 10 Jan 1840 Land
Other[2] 10 Nov 1841 Land
Other[3] 1 Oct 1845 Land
Census? 1850 58th District Township, Moniteau County, Missouri
Other[4] 10 Mar 1854 Land
Other[1] 15 Jan 1856 Land
Death? 25 Sep 1874 California, Moniteau County, Missouri
Other? Allee Cemetery, Moniteau County, MissouriCemetery
Burial? Allee Cemetery, Moniteau County, Missouri

WILLIAM ALLEE was born on November 30, 1797 in Barren County, Kentucky.

William served in the War of 1812 as a private in Captain Jobe Grover's Co Kentucky Mounted Militia.

On January 17, 1817 William purchased 37 acres of land on Masters Creekin Barren County, Kentucky. (Source: Barren County, Kentucky Deed Book C, Page 224)

William married ANNA NELLIE ROLIN HILL on January 7, 1820 in Barren County, Kentucky.

The William Allee family came to Missouri in 1820 from Kentucky by oxen team and wagon, with his father, Rev David Allee. The Allee families settled about one and one half miles north east of the present town of Clarksburg, Missouri. They built identical log houses in a land densely covered with pin oaks. The areas north of them were settled, but the southern regions were wild and unsettled land.

On January 10, 1840, the United States deeded 40 acres of land to William Allee in Section 1, Township 45-N, Range 16-W, Cooper County, Missouri.

On November 10, 1841, the United States deeded 120 acres of land to William Allee in Section 12, Township 45-N, Range 16-W, Moniteau County, Missouri.

On October 1, 1845, the United States deeded 83.53 acres of land to William Allee in Section 7, Township 45-N, Range 15-W, Moniteau County,Missouri.

In 1845 William Allee is administrator of the estate of John Hill.

The 1850 census shows William living with his family in 58th District Township, Moniteau County, Missouri.

On March 10, 1854, the United States deeded 80 acres of land to William Allee in Section 12, Township 45-N, Range 16-W, Moniteau County, Missouri.

On January 15, 1856, the United States deeded 40 acres of land to William Allee in Section 1, Township 45-N, Range 16-W, Cooper County, Missouri.

William was a charter member of Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church, located in southeast Cooper County, Missouri.

When Annie died, she was the first to be buried in the plot of land located on the farm where she and William settled. This plot was added to and became the Allee Cemetery. Their home was about one fourth mile east of the cemetery.

After Annie's death, William married Nancy Wood Coffman. William and Nancy had one son, David, who was born in 1855. This son was crippled and was never married. He died young.

William died on September 15, 1874 sitting in his chair on the land where he had lived for more than half a century. He was reading the weekly paper when he died, at the age of 77.

William is buried in Allee Cemetery, Moniteau County, Missouri.

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 The United States deeded 40 acres of land to William Allee in Section 1, Township 45-N, Range 16-W, Cooper County, Missouri.
  2. The United States deeded 120 acres of land to William Allee in Section 12, Township 45-N, Range 16-W, Moniteau County, Missouri.
  3. The United States deeded 83.53 acres of land to William Allee in Section 7, Township 45-N, Range 15-W, Moniteau County, Missouri.
  4. The United States deeded 80 acres of land to William Allee in Section 12, Township 45-N, Range 16-W, Moniteau County, Missouri.