Leah (Leona) N. David (b. 1807) was the fifth child of Isaac and Margaret David. She married first Jacob C. Caton. Then she married Carter G. Capell (Chepell, Chappell) (b.1805), who was a farmer. Carter G. Capell died after 1880. In 1850 Leah was living right next door to her brother George David. She was still alive in 1880, living at Privateer in Sumter County. She had rheumatism and was crippled at that time. She had nine children:
Elius (Elias) Capell (b. 1836).
Margaret L. Capell (b. 1838). In 1880 she was single and living with her parents.
Marianna S. Capell (b. 1840).
Sarah A. Capell (b. 1841). In 1880 she was single and living with her parents.
Elenora (Ellen) H. Capell (b. 1842). She married a Coleman and had two children, Mary Coleman (b. 1873) and Anna Coleman (b. 1874). In 1880 Ellen and her children but not husband were living with her parents.
Francis H. Capell (b. 1843). In 1880 she was single and living with her parents.
Thomas E. Capell (b. 1846).
Isaac H. Capell (May 8, 1848-August 17, 1908). He was born in Sumter County and married Harriet E. Hodge. They had one child, Margaret Louise Capell (b. July 31, 1874). In 1880 they were living in the Privateer neighborhood of Sumter County next door to Harriet’s parents, Leah and Carter Capell.
James Capell (b. 1851). In 1880 he was single and living with his parents. He was working as a farm laborer.
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