Lewallen Cemetery, Jackson County, Alabama

Billie Harris - Jul 15, 2008


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Lewallen Cemetery, Jackson County, ALA
LEWELLYN, John P. 1848-1827
LEWELLYN, Tennessee A. 1859-1933
LEWALLEN, Katie A. 1885-1888
LEWALLEN, John M. 1883-1888


Marriages in Jackson County, ALA
LEWALLEN, J.P. married to A. LOVELADY 1878.
LEWALLEN, Nancy married to Henry H. GIST 1879.
LEWALLEN, Sarah married to James A. WEBB 1878.


Jackson County, ALA 1850 Federal Census Dist. #19
Name: age: sex: occupation: pob:
LUALLEN, Elizabeth 57 (f) 300 TN
", Preston 18 (m) Farmer ALA
", Daniel 15 (m) Farmer ALA
", Andrew 13 (m) ALA

LUALLEN, John 60 (m) Laborer Unknown
", Nancy 60 (f) NC
(The following are listed living with the Luallen's.)
MCCARVER, Jane 26 (f) GA
", Sarah 11 (f) ALA
", Nancy 8 (f) ALA
", Riley 6 (m) ALA

LUALLEN, Freeman 53 (m) Farmer 400 Unknown
", Mary 43 (f) KY
", Cynthia 11 (f) ALA
", Leroy 9 (m) ALA
", Margaret 7 (f) ALA
", Nargaret 7 (f) ALA
", Louise 4 (m) ALA

LUALLEN, Madison 25 (m) Farmer 125 ALA

LUALLEN, Sarah 28 (f) ALA
", Elizabeth 6 (f) ALA
", Nancy 4 (f) ALA
", Jones 3 (m) ALA
", John 2 (m) ALA


(This is listed only because she is the wife of J.P. Lewallen.)
*Adaline LOVELADY age 10 in 1850 census, father Sauer LOVELADY b.TN.


Luallen's buried in Fayette County, ALA
LUALLEN, Carrie Lee 1927-1927.
LUALLEN, Claude W. b.1903 d.1976 married 1926 to Ethel R. b.1906 d.1992
LUALLEN, Leslie b.1935 d.1940, son of Claude and Ethel.


Lewallen's buried in Benton, ARK
LEWALLEN, Sallie b.12/5/1877 d.7/17/1948


Lewallen's buried in Shiloh Cemetery Pope County, ARK
LEWALLEN, Lucy b.1836 d.1911.


Pope County History Vol. II H-Z (pre-1829-1983) by Jackqueln Bonds.
(*This is a book that I am looking for the following names are listed online from the index to this book. I will add any info from the book to the names when I get it.)

LEWALLEN, Adam; Cecil; Chalmers; John; John A.; Mildred; Reece.
LLEWELLEN, Dorothy; Eloise; Henry; John; Maude; Paul; Reece; Thomas.


Federal Land Records for Arkansas

(All spelling variatoins for Lewallen)
Name: Acres: County: Date:
Lewallen, Aaron: 160: Jackson: 11/27/1820
Lewallen, Charles: 160: Marion: 2/23/1888*
(*Possibly Charles son of Jordan.)

Lewallen, Jonathan: 41.26: Sebastian: 3/1/1860*
(*Maybe the same Jonathan spelling his lastname 3 different ways.)
Lewellen, Jonathan: 40: Pulaski: 9/17/1889*
Lewellyn, Jonathan: 77.79: Pulaski: 12/1/1857*

Lewallen, Joseph: 200: Independence: 5/1/1860
Lewallen, Joshua: 40: Benton: 12/14/1895
Lewallen, Monrow: 149.8: Sharp: 11/1/1856
Lewallen, Mourow: 40: Sharp: 7/2/1860

Llewellyn, Henry: 160: Pope: 12/17/1895*
(*Possibly Henry son of Jordan Lewallen.)

Lewellen, Andrew: 122.44: Cleburne: 3/12/1906
Lewellen, Herrod: 54.94: Cleburne: 4/8/1903
Lewellen, Jordan: 80: Pope: 12/15/1875*
(*Jordan is my gggrandfather. His lastname spelling changes from Luallen, Lewellen to Lewallen.)
Lewellen, Robert: 40: Benton: 6/9/1894
Lewellen, Vincent: 40: Benton: 10/20/1882

Luellen, Henry: 80: Marion: 4/10/1907*
(*Possibly the same Henry who from Pope CO., who spelled his last name Llewellyn.)

Lewellyn, Christopher: 160: Fulton: 8/27/1898
Lewellyn, Elisha: 159.89: Washington: 11/12/1894
Lewellyn, Rolla: 164.23: Marion: 4/16/1892

Billie Harris - Jul 5, 2011

If anyone is researching the John Lewellen of Jackson County, Alabama, I've just discovered that he is probably the one found in Wake County, North Carolina, where he married Nancy Roberts.   Nancy was born 1790 in N.C. and John was born a couple or three years before.   The Roberts names seems to come up a few times in Wake County.

It seems he would probably have been the son of either Moses or Jesse and no doubt left the area by 1822-24.