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Emelia's Direct Line:
Emelia J. Campbell —> Tad D. Campbell —> Donald D. Campbell —> Howard T. Campbell —>
Ralph B. Campbell —> Susan M. Tuggle
—> William J. Tuggle —> Martha Ann Eve —>
George Eve Jr.
—> Rev. George Eve —> Joseph Eve Sr.



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Martha Ann Eve

Born: 24 Jun 1809 at Lynchburg, Campbell Co., VA
Died: Nov 1839 in Knox Co., KY

Father: George Eve, Jr.
Mother: Martha "Patsy" Jones

Marriage: 18 Oct 1827 in Knox Co., KY to Henry Tuggle (1801-1834). Three children.

After her husband's death she had an illegitimate daughter by John B. Pogue, Jr. (1810-1840). This daughter took the Tuggle surname.


Children by Henry Tuggle:

1.

Eliza Pope Tuggle (1830-1869) m. William Parks

2.

William J. Tuggle (1833-1891) m. Adaline Jerusha Forbis

3.

Richardson C. "Dick" Tuggle (1834-1872) m. Mrs. Julia A. (Posey) Mann. No issue.
School teacher and lawyer. First County Attorney of Bell Co., KY. Confederate Civil War veteran (Sergeant, Company C, 2nd Brigade, 8th Division, Missouri State Guard. Lost an arm at the battle of Wilson's Creek, Missouri).


Children by John B. Pogue, Jr.:

1.

Martha Thomas Tuggle (1839-1911) m. George Washington Raine. She was raised by the Eve family and settled in northern California.

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George Eve, Jr.

Born: 2 Mar 1775 in Culpeper Co., VA
Died: 30 May 1861 in Knox Co., MO

Father: Rev. George Eve
Mother: Elizabeth Johnson

Marriage: 13 Jan 1806 in Campbell Co., VA to Martha "Patsy" Jones (c.1786-aft.1850). Ten children.

Occupation: Farmer


Children by Martha "Patsy" Jones:

1.

William J. Eve (1806-1855) m. Henrietta Dorsey. No issue.

2.

Martha Ann Eve (1809-1839) m. Henry Tuggle.
Had illegitimate child by John B. Pogue, Jr.

3.

Elizabeth Eve (1811-1891) m. Albert Gallatin Mershon.
Moved west and resided in California and Reno, Nevada.

4.

Dorcas M. Eve (1813-aft.1800) m. Henry Thomas Mason. Settled in California.

5.

Thomas Jones Eve (1815-aft.1886). Never married.
Farmer and gold miner. Settled in California.

6.

Achilles Eve (1818-1855) m. Elizabeth Trosper.
Farmer. Settled in Knox Co., MO.

7.

John W. Eve (1819-1847). Died in Marion Co., MO. No further information.

8.

Mildred Eve (1821-1861) m. Latney Parrott

9.

Lucy Jane Eve (1825-?) m1. Woodson Price; m2. William S. Parker. Settled in California.

10.

Mary V. Eve (1827-1858) m. Dr. Joseph D. Sadler.
Resided in Scotland and Knox Cos., MO.


Rev. George Eve

Born: 1748 in Culpeper Co., VA
Died: before Oct 1819 in Scott Co., KY

Father: Joseph Eve, Sr.
Mother: Mary _____

Marriage: 21 Dec 1772 in Orange Co., VA to Elizabeth Johnson (1757-1832), paternal aunt of Vice-President Richard Mentor Johnson. Twelve children.

Occupation: Baptist minister (ordained in Culpeper Co., VA in 1778)

Rev. George Eve knew President James Madison, who sought Eve's advice concerning the issue of religious freedom and the first amendment in 1789.


Children by Elizabeth Johnson:

1.

William Joseph Eve (1773-1804) m. Clarissa "Clary" Kirtley

2.

George Eve, Jr. (1775-1861) m. Martha "Patsy" Jones. Settled in Knox Co., MO.

3.

John Eve (1777-aft.1830). Resided in Boone Co., KY. No further information.

4.

Thomas E. Eve (1779-aft.1830) m. Fannie Jenkins

5.

Elizabeth "Betsy" Eve (1783-1824) m1. Stephen Graves; m2. Col. John Graves. Her two husbands were brothers. Resided in Scott and Woodford Cos., KY and Clinton Co., MO.

6.

Col. Joseph L. Eve (1784-1843) m. Elizabeth Withers "Betsy" Ballinger. No issue. He was a Representative of Knox County in the House of Kentucky, 1810, 1811 & 1815; a Colonel in the War of 1812 (2nd Regiment Kentucky Militia); a Kentucky State Senator, 1817-1821; Circuit Judge, 1828-1836; and Chargé d'Affaires to the Republic of Texas, 1841.

7.

Jabez Eve (1785-aft.1821). War of 1812 Veteran (Private, Capt. Lynn West's Company, Scott's Regiment, Kentucky Militia). Taken prisoner 22 Jan 1813 during the "River Raisin Massacre".

8.

Benjamin Eve (1789-1860) m. Frances T. Ballon. War of 1812 Veteran (Private, Capt. Lynn West's Company, Scott's Regiment, Kentucky Militia). Taken prisoner 22 Jan 1813 during the "River Raisin Massacre". He had the Eve Hotel, which was the first hotel in Barbourville, KY. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant stayed the night at the hotel (then run by William Matthews, son-in-law of Benj. Eve) on January 7, 1864.

9.

Joshua Eve (1790-bef.1830). No further information.

10.

John Gill Eve (1793-1841) m. America L. Ballinger

11.

Mary Howard "Polly" Eve (c.1795-?) m. Wesley M. Garrett

12.

Newton Eve (1797-?). No further information.


Joseph Eve, Sr.

Born: about 1718 in England
Died: about Mar 1770 in Orange Co., VA

Father: unknown
Mother: unknown

Marriage: date and place unknown, to Mary _____
(?-aft.1770)
. Five children.

Occupation: carpenter & joiner; farmer

In April 1732 Joseph Eaves[sic] and John Oaks allegedly stole a pewter sign, valued at 15 shillings, the goods of Jarvis Barker. At their trial in May 1732, Joseph was found guilty and sentenced to transportation. Oaks was acquitted.

Records show Joseph Eve being transported from Newgate Prison to Virginia on the Caesar under Capt. William Loney. He and the rest of the 117 passengers were received on board on 26 Oct 1732.

Joseph Eve was a servant to James Kincade for a period of three years.

Under the headright system a person was entitled to 50 acres of land if they remained in Virginia for a period of 3 years. Joseph Eve presented his discharge in Sep 1736 in Orange Co., VA.


Children by Mary _____:

1.

Thomas Eve (no dates). Drafted info service during the American Revolution. No further information.

2.

John Eve (no dates). No further information.

3.

Rev. George Eve (1748-c.1819) m. Elizabeth Johnson. Baptist minister. Settled in Kentucky.

4.

Sarah Eve (no dates). No further information.

5.

Joseph Eve, Jr. (no dates). No further information.

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Created: 7 Jun 1998
Modified: 15 Apr 2010

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