Adam CAMPBELL Armstead Elza BLEVINS Peggy BLEVINS Jackson BLEVINS Merrenia Mary C BLEVINS Benjamin BLEVINS John BLEVINS Minolevia BLEVINS Byard BLEVINS Lucresa GREEN Mini tree diagram
Juleyan CAMPBELL

Juleyan CAMPBELL3,2,4,1

12th Nov 18441,2 - 14th Jan 19212

Life History

12th Nov 1844

Born.1,2

28th Oct 1868

Married Armstead Elza BLEVINS in Walker County, Alabama.3,2

Jan 1872

Birth of daughter Peggy BLEVINS in Alabama.5,6,1

about 1873

Birth of son Jackson BLEVINS in Alabama

25th Mar 1874

Birth of daughter Merrenia Mary C BLEVINS in Cullman, Cullman, Alabama.1,7,2

about 1876

Birth of son Benjamin BLEVINS in Alabama.1

about 1878

Birth of son John BLEVINS in Alabama.1

May 1878

Birth of daughter Minolevia BLEVINS in Alabama.9,1

about 1879

Birth of son Byard BLEVINS in Alabama.1

about 1915

Death of daughter Minolevia BLEVINS in Alabama.8

14th Jan 1921

Died.2

after 14th Jan 1921

Buried in Blevins Family Cemetery, Cullman County, Alabama.2

Notes

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    Adam and Lucretia’s daughter Juleyan Campbell Blevins, marriedReverend Armstead Elza Blevins, Jr. on 28 Oct 1868 in Walker County,AL. I have a copy of Juleyan’s application for admission into theCherokee Nation for herself and six of her seven sons. (The oldest, myGG-Grandfather General Jackson Blevins, was 24 at the time and notliving at home). Here is a copy of the application (it is hard toread):

    The application was never approved, and we have hit a dead-end whereLucretia’s family is concerned. We suspect that her mother wasCherokee and that Lucretia was actually 1/2 Cherokee. But it is alsopossible that her father John Green, is the same John Green who’ssister Nancy Anne’s descendant Sheri Horton, wrote you that she hadproven the Cherokee lineage of John and Nancy Anne’s parents, Meshackand Lucretia Franklin Green.
    --  Deborah Thompson, email to Orville Boyd Jenkins, 5 July 2015
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    1880 Federal Census, Blount County, Alabama, 16 June, District 13,page 11, Hse/Fam #61
    Blevins, Arm.  W M 30 Husband Farming AL AL AL b abt 1850]
    Blevins, Julia  W F 29 Wife Keeping House AL AL AL [abt 1851]
    Blevins, Peggie W F 9 Dau AL AL AL [abt 1871]
    Blevins, Jackson W M 7 Son AL AL AL [abt 1873]
    Blevins, Mary W F 5 Dau AL AL AL [abt 1875]
    Blevins, Benjaman [sic] W M 4 Son AL AL AL [abt 1876]
    Blevins, Merrenia  W F 3 Dau AL AL AL [abt 1877]
    Blevins, John W M 2 Son AL AL AL [abt 1878]
    Blevins, Byard W M 1 Son AL AL AL [abt 1879]

    "Juleyan's daughter Peggy married a Willie Smith, I believe.  Marymarried Lonnie England. Minolevia ''innie' married Willie Cordell.  Myrecords show that Minnie and Willie had two daughters, Mary andMartha.  I have Mary marrying someone named 'Clemons' and Marthamarrying a 'Freeman.'"
    --  "highonart," Ancestry Messaging to Orville Boyd Jenkins, 4 October2015

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    Juleyan Campbell Blevins
    Birth Nov 12, 1844, USA
    Death Jan 14, 1921, USA

    Juleyan was the daughter of Adam and Lucresa Green Campbell. She isreported to have had red hair like her father Adam.

    She married Reverend Armstead E. Blevins on Oct 28, 1868 at her familyhome.

    Her mother Lucretia Green Campbell is believed to have been ofCherokee blood. This is further evidenced by the fact that Juleyanmade an application in 1894 for Citizenship in the Cherokee Nation forherself and her sons: Benjamin F., Bird and John Robert (twins),Joseph, Dillard and Armstead A. We don't know why she didn't list herson General Jackson, or her daughters Peggy, Mary and Minolevia"Minnie."

    See the photo of this application: It appears to be dated and signedby Juleyan on 7 Sep 1894. She made the application at 49 years of ageas the daughter of "Lucretia Campbell" whom she "believes was anIndian belonging to said tribe."

    We do not believe that the application was ever approved and at thistime, have no information as to why.

    She is buried with her husband in the Blevins family cemetery, locatedon property formerly belonging to her son General Jackson Blevins andlater to C.P. White, MD near a house of rock built by G.J. Blevinsnear McKinley's Chapel in Cullman County, AL near Wilburn and Bremen.The rock house had a building stone (but it has disappeared) thatshowed:

    Erected by G.J. Blevins August 1907.

    Parents:
    Adam Campbell (1802 - 1873)
    Lucresa Green Campbell (1804 - 1862)
    Spouse Armstead Elza Blevins (1844 - 1924)

    Children:
    General Jackson Blevins (1870 - 1949)
    Byrd Bartimus Blevins (1878 - 1950)
    John Robert Blevins (1879 - 1959)
    Joseph Blevins (1881 - 1957)
    Dillard E Blevins (1884 - 1963)
    Armstead Alzie Blevins (1888 - 1959)

    Siblings:
    Alexander Campbell (1832 - 1862)
    General Taylor Campbell (1846 - 1922)
    Kate Campbell Light (1848 - 1896)
    Byrd Campbell (1850 - 1912)

    Inscription:  Juleyan
    Wife of A.E. Blevins
    Nov 12, 1844
    Jan 14, 1921

    Burial Blevins Family Cemetery, Cullman County, Alabama, USA

    Maintained by Deborah J. Thompson, Originally Created by MelissaMorris Feb 22, 2013
    --  Find A Grave Memorial #1056668,http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=105666883
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Sources

  • 1. 1880 Federal Census, Blount County, Alabama
    • 16 June, District 13, page 11, Hse/Fam #61
  • 2. Find a Grave Memorial Registry
  • 3. Deborah Thompson
  • 4. Ancestry Messaging
  • 5. Alabama, Deaths and Burials Index, 1881-1974
  • 6. 1900 Federal Census, Cullman County, Alabama
    • 21 June, Livingston, District 56, Page 14B, House/Family #237
  • 7. Ancestry Trees
  • 8. 1920 Federal Census, Walker County, Alabama
    • 1 February, Empire, District 115, page 25A, Hse #457, Fam #455
  • 9. 1900 Federal Census, Walker County, Alabama
    • 9 June, Turpentine, District 149, Page 4B, House/Family #73

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