Levoy Family History & Genealogy

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Levoy Last Name History & Origin

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Updated Sep 13, 2017

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Early Levoys

These are the earliest records we have of the Levoy family.

around 1836 - Mar 5, 1911
around 1852 - Mar 24, 1927
around 1866 - Oct 25, 1937
around 1875 - Jun 21, 1934
around 1907 - Unknown
around 1907 - Unknown
around 1915 - Unknown
around 1966 - Unknown
around 1974 - Unknown

Levoy Family Photos

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Levoy Family Members

Jul 7, 1908 - Jul 9, 2000
Feb 15, 1902 - December 1972
Feb 20, 1897 - December 1980
Jun 10, 1928 - Nov 28, 1981
Sep 12, 1913 - Aug 9, 2006
around 1965 - Unknown
Mar 10, 1912 - Oct 11, 2003
Oct 16, 1901 - Mar 14, 1993
Jun 26, 1916 - Aug 24, 2009
Oct 1, 1917 - Apr 2, 1991
Jul 9, 1881 - June 1980
Sep 5, 1893 - May 1977
Jan 21, 1905 - October 1986
Nov 3, 1909 - Jun 19, 2002
May 31, 1914 - February 1979
Apr 7, 1921 - August 1991
Jul 25, 1899 - February 1992
Apr 11, 1935 - Dec 1, 1989
May 2, 1920 - October 1977
Oct 5, 1906 - Feb 22, 1988
Jan 4, 1924 - Jan 15, 1987
Feb 16, 1917 - Oct 15, 1998
Oct 20, 1904 - March 1970
Nov 1, 1903 - July 1990
Unknown - Unknown
around 1860 - Mar 18, 1929
around 1849 - Aug 22, 1918
Unknown - Unknown
Unknown - Unknown
Aug 5, 1883 - January 1973
Jan 14, 1915 - March 1973
around 1915 - Unknown
Sep 10, 1915 - Oct 10, 2001
Sep 1, 1935 - January 1980
Mar 28, 1919 - February 1979
around 1966 - Unknown
Mar 7, 1934 - August 1972
around 1972 - Unknown
Mar 22, 1906 - Jan 7, 1991
Unknown - Unknown
Unknown - Unknown
Jan 30, 1914 - Mar 27, 1995
around 1907 - Unknown
May 24, 1897 - November 1978
Mar 19, 1920 - Sep 21, 2009
around 1920 - Unknown
Sep 17, 1900 - Jan 4, 1994
Dec 7, 1954 - Feb 13, 1990
around 1952 - Unknown
around 1952 - Unknown
around 1836 - Mar 5, 1911
Mar 21, 1968 - Sep 30, 2008
around 1968 - Unknown
Mar 8, 1894 - May 1977
around 1965 - Unknown
around 1944 - Unknown
May 27, 1928 - Nov 18, 1991
Apr 2, 1917 - Feb 22, 1999
Jul 1, 1902 - March 1984
Jan 1, 1922 - December 1985
Dec 11, 1916 - April 1988
Jul 14, 1909 - April 1975
Nov 12, 1904 - October 1979
Jul 22, 1933 - Aug 28, 1985
Jan 26, 1908 - Sep 8, 1992
Jul 24, 1912 - July 1985
Aug 20, 1902 - July 1981
Aug 2, 1895 - May 1979
Dec 5, 1886 - February 1973
around 1870 - Jan 4, 1930
Aug 3, 1876 - October 1962
Sep 9, 1885 - March 1970
Jan 16, 1910 - December 1985
Jul 9, 1893 - July 1973
Feb 9, 1917 - June 1987
Oct 27, 1891 - December 1974
Unknown - Feb 27, 1929
Jul 1, 1927 - Sep 13, 2006
around 1865 - Nov 29, 1899
Feb 1, 1913 - March 1986
Dec 29, 1897 - July 1967
Jan 6, 1893 - August 1974
Aug 10, 1909 - Aug 31, 2000
around 1955 - Unknown
May 14, 1909 - May 1981
Aug 24, 1907 - Apr 22, 1989
Nov 24, 1925 - Sep 23, 1993
Feb 24, 1939 - Mar 30, 2007
Sep 20, 1910 - Jun 23, 2004
around 1923 - Unknown
Aug 17, 1923 - Apr 9, 1993
Mar 21, 1908 - Sep 5, 1991
Feb 27, 1903 - May 1985
Apr 24, 1908 - May 1959
Feb 27, 1900 - Oct 8, 1992
Jan 25, 1915 - Sep 6, 2008
Jul 13, 1904 - Jan 16, 1988
Sep 29, 1904 - July 1969
around 1866 - Oct 25, 1937
Feb 1, 1920 - August 1994
around 1918 - Unknown
Dec 15, 1918 - Apr 16, 2004
Sep 21, 1890 - May 1985
around 1852 - Mar 24, 1927
Apr 26, 1905 - September 1983
Jan 27, 1904 - Jan 22, 1989
Mar 4, 1909 - June 1975
Mar 23, 1924 - April 1989
Dec 17, 1911 - Mar 16, 2007
around 1899 - May 21, 1904
Apr 14, 1908 - Jan 9, 2009
Oct 7, 1912 - November 1964
Jan 23, 1909 - October 1981
Apr 12, 1897 - September 1962
Nov 22, 1906 - December 1985
Mar 14, 1929 - May 1985
Jun 7, 1950 - May 16, 1997
Sep 21, 1884 - August 1984
Jun 27, 1937 - Oct 16, 2002
around 1965 - Unknown
May 6, 1903 - December 1985
Apr 24, 1886 - April 1967
around 1913 - Unknown
Oct 29, 1913 - Jan 4, 1999
Dec 4, 1908 - October 1972
Unknown - Unknown
Feb 21, 1915 - Jun 10, 1995
Jun 26, 1952 - Jan 17, 2011
Apr 26, 1903 - January 1988
around 1965 - Unknown
around 1974 - Unknown
around 1974 - Unknown
around 1972 - Unknown
Oct 2, 1911 - Dec 17, 1994
May 20, 1923 - Apr 15, 2011
Mar 18, 1907 - Jul 7, 1997
Sep 5, 1893 - May 1986
Unknown - 1892
Jun 27, 1927 - Dec 9, 2007
May 21, 1933 - Oct 5, 2007
Dec 18, 1896 - Oct 5, 1987
Mar 31, 1924 - Apr 28, 1999
around 1907 - Unknown
Mar 3, 1907 - Dec 12, 1968
Mar 29, 1896 - March 1973
Dec 31, 1969 - Mar 8, 1973
around 1969 - Unknown
May 30, 1969 - Aug 26, 2010
Aug 20, 1906 - August 1971
around 1976 - Unknown
Jun 29, 1901 - October 1973
around 1908 - Unknown
Oct 26, 1908 - September 1975
Oct 24, 1908 - Jan 2, 1993
Nov 8, 1932 - Apr 16, 1991
around 1953 - Unknown
May 14, 1938 - Jul 22, 2004
Dec 8, 1936 - November 1978
Unknown - Unknown
Nov 18, 1911 - November 1970
May 9, 1930 - January 1985
around 1955 - Unknown
around 1944 - Unknown
Jun 29, 1943 - May 12, 2006
Jun 26, 1931 - Apr 30, 2004
around 1955 - Unknown
around 1955 - Unknown
Jun 23, 1946 - Mar 14, 2006
Feb 10, 1981 - Oct 31, 1995
Nov 3, 1908 - Nov 18, 2002
May 9, 1916 - Nov 11, 1999
May 30, 1931 - Aug 20, 1995
around 1875 - Jun 21, 1934
around 1982 - Unknown
Dec 3, 1903 - Unknown
Oct 17, 1880 - October 1973
around 1960 - Unknown
Mar 24, 1959 - Feb 5, 2001
around 1966 - Unknown
around 1966 - Unknown
Mar 15, 1905 - October 1977
around 1964 - Unknown
Dec 23, 1908 - December 1980
around 1963 - Unknown
Sep 27, 1906 - April 1984
around 1971 - Unknown
Jul 31, 1920 - Apr 8, 1999
around 1953 - Unknown
around 1975 - Unknown
May 8, 1903 - November 1983

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Sample of 20 Levoy Biographies

Feb 27, 1903 - May 1985
Mar 7, 1934 - August 1972
Nov 8, 1932 - Apr 16, 1991
Sep 17, 1900 - Jan 4, 1994
Oct 5, 1906 - Feb 22, 1988
Dec 18, 1896 - Oct 5, 1987
Apr 24, 1886 - April 1967
Apr 12, 1897 - September 1962
Oct 24, 1908 - Jan 2, 1993
Sep 21, 1884 - August 1984
May 2, 1920 - October 1977
Apr 11, 1935 - Dec 1, 1989
Sep 5, 1893 - May 1977
Jan 26, 1908 - Sep 8, 1992
Mar 15, 1905 - October 1977
around 1974 - Unknown
around 1960 - Unknown
around 1966 - Unknown
around 1849 - Aug 22, 1918
Unknown - Unknown

Levoy Death Records & Life Expectancy

The average age of a Levoy family member is 72.0 years old according to our database of 149 people with the last name Levoy that have a birth and death date listed.

Life Expectancy

72.0 years

Oldest Levoys

These are the longest-lived members of the Levoy family on AncientFaces.

Apr 14, 1908 - Jan 9, 2009
100 years
Sep 21, 1884 - August 1984
99 years
Jul 9, 1881 - June 1980
98 years
Jun 26, 1916 - Aug 24, 2009
93 years
Nov 3, 1909 - Jun 19, 2002
92 years
Feb 27, 1900 - Oct 8, 1992
92 years
Jul 25, 1899 - February 1992
92 years
Jul 7, 1908 - Jul 9, 2000
92 years
Mar 19, 1920 - Sep 21, 2009
89 years
Aug 5, 1883 - January 1973
89 years

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American Revolution Pension Statements

Pension application of James Lafoy S10971
Transcribed by Will Graves
State of Alabama, County of Washington
On this twenty sixth day of May in the year Eighteen Hundred & thirty three personally appeared in open Court before the Honorable Joseph D. Lister Judge of the County Court of Washington County Alabama now sitting James Lafoy of said County of Washington aged Seventy five years, who being first duly sworn according to Law, doth on his oath make the following declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the Act of Congress passed 7
June 1832. That he entered the service of the United States in Surry County, North Carolina under the following named officers. He entered a company as a private soldier commanded by Richard Goode, Captain; Joseph Winston was Major. He was drafted about the beginning of the War; was in an expedition against the Cherokee Indians and was under the command of General Christie from Virginia. This applicant served three months in the expedition. He does not remember the time when he entered the service. He lived in Surry County in North Carolina when he was drafted as before stated; went from Surry County to the Tennessee River about the mouth of Nichajack Creek [sic, Nick-a-jack Creek ?] and burnt some Indian Towns. Two or three years after this period and as this applicant believes early in December in the year 1777, it being understood that the British were about to land at Charleston, this applicant took the place of one Hutchins as a Substitute who was drafted for five months, and served as a drummer and was under Captain Peter Blakney, Richard Goode, his former Captain, was Major. Cook was Colonel of the Regiment to which he belonged. This applicant went with his Regiment to South Carolina and afterwards to the neighborhood of Savannah River; was under General Lincoln, served the five months and then one month in addition under the orders of General Lincoln, because the reinforcements did not arrive. In the autumn of the Year 1779 this applicant joined a company of twelve months Cavalry volunteers raised by Captain William Sheppard in Surry County North Carolina, and served as a Trumpeter ranking as a private soldier. He was employed for the space of twelve months against the Tories. After the expiration of the twelve months the most of the Company determined to continue in the Service and elected Joseph Phillips Captain; was in a Battle with the Tories in which upwards of two hundred of them were defeated at the mouth of Rocky River in North Carolina. This battle was fought as the applicant believes in the month of June 1780. He then with his company joined a Regiment commanded by Colonel Benjamin Cleveland & was at the Battle of King’s Mountain, and was with Colonel Cleveland who commanded the left column, Col. Shelby commanded the middle and Col. Williams, the right. Col. Campbell was the commander in Chief. This applicant after the Battle of King’s Mountain joined a company commanded by Captain Hill and again served as trumpeter it being a volunteer company of Cavalry, and was in the Battle with the British at Guilford [County Court House], where General Greene [Nathanael Greene] commanded the American forces and Lord Cornwallis commanded the British. About tree months after the Battle of Guilford Court House, and as this applicant believes, in the month of June 1781, he joined a volunteer company of Cavalry and served as Trumpeter under the Command of Captain Minor Smith and went to the neighborhood of Cross Creek in North Carolina in pursuit of Colonel Fanning [David Fanning], a Tory. The Company to which he belonged was under the command of Colonel Smith and Major Grimes. From Cross Creek he went with his company to the neighborhood of Wilmington North Carolina, and had two Battles with the Tories and one Battle with the British at a Brick House across the River opposite Wilmington. About this period, information was received of the surrender of Lord Cornwallis and the company to which this applicant belonged was disbanded, and he returned to his residence in Surry County North Carolina. This applicant served under each of his commanders for the full time that the troop volunteered or was drafted for and was always regularly discharged, but does not recollect ever receiving but one written discharge which has been lost. He has no documentary evidence of the facts he has stated nor does he know of any person now living by whom he can prove them. This applicant served under Captain Smith [?] three months, under Captain Pinckney six months, under Captain Sheppard Twelve months, under Captain Phillips one year and two months, under Captain Hill three months, under Captain Smith five months, making in all three years and five months and during all this period of his service ranked as a private soldier. This applicant was born in France in the Town of Bordeaux on the 20th September 1757 as appeared from a certificate of his birth signed by a French Priest once in his possession, which was copied into his Family Bible, the original certificate was lost with many other papers in a Creek in the Indian Nation in the year 1812 while this applicant was moving from Georgia to Alabama. This applicant came from France to the United States with his Father & Brother, who have since died, and from his early childhood until the year 1795 resided near Salem in Surry County North Carolina then removed to Abbeville District South Carolina and remained there until 1803 then removed to Franklin County, Georgia and remained there until the year 1812 when he removed to Washington County Alabama where he has resided until now, and where he will continue to reside.
This applicant hereby relinquishes every claim whatever to a pension or annuity except the present and declares that his name is not on the pension roll of the Agency of any State.
S/ James Lafoy
Sworn to and subscribed the day & year aforesaid.
S/ J. D. Lister, Judge
1st: When and in what year were you born?
Ansr: I was born in the City of Bordeaux in the Kingdom of France in the year 1757.
2nd Have you any record of you age and if so, where is it?
Ansr: I have a record of my age in my Bible at home.
3rd Where were you living when called into service? Where have you lived since the Revolutionary War and where do you now live?
Ansr: I was living in Surry County North Carolina and continued to live there until the year 1791; then emigrated to Pendleton District South Carolina and resided there and in Franklin County Georgia until the year 1812; then moved to Washington County Mississippi Territory (now Alabama state) where I have resided ever since and still remain.
4th How were you called into service; were you drafted; did you volunteer, or were you a substitute and if so for whom did you substitute?
Ansr: I was drafted to go against the Indians my first service; the second term I was a substitute for John Hutchins and the other times I was a volunteer.
5th State the names of some of the Regular Officers who were with the troops where you served, such Continental and Militia Regiments as you can recollect and the general circumstances of your service.
Ansr: When I went out under Captain Pinckney I was a drummer in the militia service, and in each subsequent tour I was in the Horse troops and was Trumpeter. We were sometimes amongst the regular troops and was under Generals Lincoln & Greene.
6th Did you ever receive a discharge from the service; and if so by whom was it given; and what has become of it?
Anrs: I received only one discharge and that was from Major Goode for one term of service which discharge has long since been destroyed.
7th State the names of persons to whom you are known in your present neighborhood, and who can testify to your character for veracity and good behavior and your services as a Soldier of the Revolution.
Ansr: the Honorable William Crawford, Ptoling F. Harris, John H. Owen Esq., James Magoffin Esquire and many other men of high respectability.
And the Court do hereby declare their opinion after the investigation of the matter and after putting the interrogatories prescribed by the War Department that the above named applicant was a Revolutionary Soldier and served as he states. And the court further certifies that it appears to them that James Maguire who has signed the preceding certificate is a clergyman resident the County of Washington is a credible person and that____ [blank in the original] who has also signed the same is a resident in the County aforesaid and is a credible person and that there statement is entitled to credit.
S/ J. D. Lister, Judge Cty. Ct.
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