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William McBride Teverbaugh and Family

I will be adding Teverbaugh/Tevebaugh Family information here - it will be disorganized at first.

William McBride "Mack" Tevebaugh/Teverbaugh was the son of Solomon S(river?) and Martha "Patsy" ? Tevebaugh (later changed to Teverbaugh). Mack was born July 12, 1862 and died June 17, 1930. He is buried in the Gamaliel Cemetery, Baxter County, Arkansas. His father, Solomon, was born c1831 in Vigo Co, Indiana and died before July 1866 in Missouri. Patsy was born c1832 in Tennessee and died c1867 in Missouri. She was married to Solomon c1848 probably in Missouri. Solomon and Patsy had the following other children:

  • Eleanor who was born c1850
  • Sarah Ann born c1852 who married James Wells in 1870 in Missouri
  • Dorothy born c1856
  • John b: c1858 d: 1885 m: 7 Mar 1880 Ozark Co, MO Floranes (Flora A?) Davis b: c1860 (m2: W H McDonald)
  • Job born 1859 died 1878

    All of these children were probably born in Ozark County, Missouri. Which, incidentally, is where the connected Wells Family was also from. Job Tevebaugh is buried in the Fluty Cemetery near one of Mack's wives and two of his children.

    Wm M Teverbaugh was living with the John W Wells family during the 1880 census of Bayou Township, Baxter County, AR. He was 18 years old and John's wife, the former Eugenia Davis, was age 22. When John died, Mack and Eugenia married. Let's just hope that John's death at age 38 was not suspicious in any manner! Mack and Eugenia married c1885. They had the following children:

  • Manda b: 1886 d: 1887
  • Martha Ethel b: 11 Feb 1888 AR d: TX m: U. S. Sewell
  • male b&d: 12 Sep 1890
    Eugenia died 13 days after having the son who died at birth. It is thought that the son was buried next to his sister, Manda, at Fluty Cemetery. When Eugenia died almost two weeks later, she was buried about three spaces over from Manda. Both Manda and Eugenia have headstones, though there is not one to show the grave of the infant son. Could he be buried somewhere else? Martha Ethel was about two years old when her mother died September 25, 1890 at age 32 years, 4 months and 6 days (she was born May 19, 1858). I wonder who helped Mack take care of Martha as he did not remarry until c1893 to Mary Francis White who was born October 8, 1874, and died January 15, 1915.

    Mack and Mary had the following children together:

  • Edith b: 20 Feb 1895 m: Claude Brown
  • Virgie b: Aug 1896 m: O. B. McClure
  • Marcus Dewey b: 15 Apr 1898 m: Dorothy Schooler
  • Stella Hill b: May/Nov 1899 d: 1980 m: Leffel Smith
  • John Willis b: 2 Apr 1901 d: 28 Jan 1902
  • Sallie b: 27 Dec 1903 d: 1972 m: Homer Davis
  • Nova b: 19 Oct 1905 d: 1967 m: Ray Davis
  • infant d: c1905-1910 A daughter of Martha Ethel and U.G. Sewell, named Macky S. Sewell [m. a Grief/Greif], sent similar data to LDS in 1984 and 1988 and it appears in the IGI. John couldn't find her address at that time. She indicated that the data came from the Family Bible!

    Incidentally, the "Poland" Wells definitely was Napoleon. T. C. Fluty was the guardian of the 3 older boys, from Wells' first marriage to Mary Fluty. Mack and his 2nd wife, Mary, had a young John W. Wells (b. Mar 1884) with them in 1900. The Gordon Wells shows up in Texas and has Mack & Eugenia's daughter, Ethel, teaching school and living with him and young family. (This is from John's email)

    From "The History of Baxter County" by Mary Ann Messick
    Mack Teverbaugh and his brothers were orphans. His grandparents lived on the Northfork River with half of the farm in Arkansas and half in Missouri. Mack Teverbaugh and his family later lived on this farm. Mack Teverbaugh first married Eugenia Wells and they were the parents of one daughter, Edith. After Eugenia's death, he married Mary Francis White. Their children were: Edith Teverbaugh Brown; Virgie, who married O. B. McClure; Dewey Teverbaugh; Stella, who married Leffel Smith; Sally, who married Homer Davis; and Nova, who married Ray Davis. The children of Virgie and O. B. McClure are: twin girls, Dixie Marie Love and Mary Mazie Atterbury, and a son, Jim Finley McClure. The children of Leffel and Stella Smith are Mrs. Alice King and Mrs. Joyce Huett.

    Nova Teverbaugh Davis is buried in the Gamaliel Cemetery. She was born in 1905 and died in 1967.

    Gamaliel Cemetery:

  • Aida Hargrave Teverbaugh Jan 25, 1901 to Jan 7, 1923
  • John W Teverbaugh Apr 2, 1901 to Jan 28, 1902
  • Mary Teverbaugh Oct 8, 1874 to Jan 15, 1915
  • Infant Teverbaugh Mar 6, 1906 to Mar 6, 1906
  • McBride Teverbaugh Jul 12, 1862 to Jun 17, 1930
  • Nova Davis 1905 to 1967
    Fluty Cemetery:
  • Job Tevebaugh
  • Eugenia Teverbaugh May 19, 1858 to Sep 25, 1890
  • Manda Teverbaugh Sept. 20 1886 to March 16, 1887

    1900 Bayou Twp, Baxter Co, AR

  • Teaverbaugh, McBride age 38 born July 1861 MO / W M / Married 6 yrs / father/mother born TN
  • Teaverbaugh, Mary F (wife) age 25 born Oct 1874 MO / W F / Married 6 years / 4 children/4 living / father/mother born MO
  • Teaverbaugh, Edith (daughter) age 5 born Feb 1895 AR / W F / Single / father/mother born MO
  • Teaverbaugh, Virgie (daughter age 3 born Aug 1896 / W F / Single / father/mother born MO
  • Teaverbaugh, Dewey (son) age 2 born Apr 1898 AR / W M / Single / father/mother born MO
  • Teaverbaugh, Stella (daughter) age 1 born May 1899 AR / W F / Single / father/mother born MO
  • Teaverbaugh, Ethel M (daughter) age 12 born Feb 1888 AR / W F / Single / father/mother born MO
  • Wells, John W (step-son) age 16 born Mch 1884 AR / W M / Single / father/mother born MO
  • Harris, Joseph E (head) age 24 born Feb 1876 MO / W M / Single / father born AR/mother born NC (should he be in a separate household?) (This family enumerated #18/18 (strike through) #130/130 (new number) on 30 Jun 1900)

    Letters of Guardianship - In Baxter Co, AR, A R Davis guardian for Lillie Teverbaugh under the age of 14 years (800 dollars, Mountain Home, 12th Dec 1892) Guardian's Curator's Bond - A R Davis; S R Wells; McB Teaverbaugh; A R Davis appointed guardian and curator of Lillie Teaverbaugh minor of 14 years

    1900 census Bayou Twp, Baxter Co, AR

  • Davis, Artenis R (head) W M Dec 1855 44 M 23 VA KY OH
  • Davis, Epsia M (wife) W F Oct 1855 44 M 23 9/5 AR
  • Davis, Milton W (son) W M Dec 1880 19 S TX
  • Davis, Adam J (son) W M Jul 1887 12 S AR
  • Davis, Rosa A (daughter) W F Feb 1883 17 S MO
  • Davis, Artenis M (daughter) W F Jul 1891 8 S AR
  • Davis, Newton C (son) W M May 1893 7 S AR
  • Teaverbaugh, Lillie M (niece) W F Mch 1881 19 S AR (#8/8 (strike through) 120/120 (new numbers) 30th Jun 1900 1880 Census of Bayou Township - Baxter County, AR
    (This family enumerated #.)

    Baxter county marriage license
    Morris Teverbaugh over 19 years old of Mtn Home, Baxter Co, AR and Millie Huey over 19 of Pigeon Twp, Baxter Co, AR. R L Stone was security. W D Jennings, M.G. performed the ceremony on 5th Nov 1904

    Nov 23, 1950 Baxter Bulletin - Mountain Home, Baxter County, Arkansas
    Mrs R L Talburt
    Funeral services for Mrs R L Talburt, 71, native of Baxter county, who died at the Stephensville Hospital in Stephensville, Texas, November 11, were held November 12 in the Stephensville funeral chapel with Rev. Starling and Rev. Tom Eunice officiating. Burial was in the Sephensville cemetery.
    Mrs. Talburt was born May 27, 1874, in this county. She moved to Mathis, Texas, where she spent the last 14 years of her life. She was married to R. L. Talburt in 1895. She was a member of the Church of Christ for 40 years.
    Survivors include her husband, R. L. Talburt of Dublin; a daughter, Mrs. Gladys Weir of Fort Worth, Texas; two sons, Jeff of Alice, Texas and Robert of Dublin; three sisters, Mrs. J. R. Roden of Fort Worth, Mrs. Ella Stinnett of Twin Falls, Idaho, and Mrs. Lilly Davis of Fort Smith; three brothers, Jim Teverbaugh of Gentry, Buck and Will Teverbaugh of California, eight grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

    Mrs R L Talburt was Minnie Tevebaugh, d/o Archibald Yell Tevebaugh [sometimes called Gus, August, etc.] and Martha Gwinn. It was a big family, and there are lots and lots of descendants (of A.Y., that is). If you need more on them, let me know. I've met most of them at their reunions in Benton Co. and in East Texas. Nice people! A.Y. and Martha lived much of their lives near Mountain Home. John

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