21. Peggy Oliver

Peggy Oliver Headstone

Headstone of Margaret Oliver in St. John's Cemetery, Pilot Point.

Oliver, Peggy (c. 1824-1884):  Peggy Oliver was born in Georgia around 1884. By 1870, Peggy lived in Tallapoosa County, Alabama, with her husband, Charles. (b. 1820), and her inferred children: Marshal (b. 1850), Lee (b. 1852), Henry (b. 1855), Billy (b. 1857), George (b. 1859), Sallie (b. 1861), and Martha (b. 1865). By 1880, Peggy and her husband lived in Denton County with their sons, Billy and George. Her son Lee, his wife Feeby (b. 1825), and their nephew Ady Vaughn (b. 1866) lived adjacent to the Oliver’s property. Shortly after her arrival in north Texas, Peggy died of unknown circumstances and was buried in St. John’s Cemetery in Pilot Point, next to Charles. Peggy was survived by her three sons, Lee, Billy, and George.

Ann Allen | Isaac Allen | Matilda Allen | Thomas Allen | Martha Billingslea | John Burton | Louisa Burton | Dora Davis | Wash Davis | Charles Ellis | Mrs. Charles Ellis | Gus Finch | Josaphine Finch | Mary Turner Fourteen | Eliza Jane White Green | Hezekiah Griffin | Lindsay Haflin | Melvinie Hays | Charity Shears Holloway Helm | Henry Holloway | Georgia Ann Holstein | Abraham Lyles | Mary Varner Lyles | Marvin Newsom | Charles Oliver | Peggy Oliver | Mary B. Finch Peace | James Robinson | Harriet Davis Shears | Henry Shears | Lucy Shears | Risom Shears | Henry Smith | Lissie Smith | Little Smith | Agle Lee Truitt | George Truitt | Lou Smith Truitt | Ceborn Vaughner | Lewis Vaughner | L.D. "Lover" Vaughner | Jennie Lyles Walker | Infant Ware | Infant Ware II | Mattie Finch Washington | John D. White | Washington Whitlow | Amanda "Mandy" Truitt Williams | Angeline Williamson

The People of St. John's - St. John's Cemetery - Gone to Texas

Citations: Year: 1870; Census Place: Duffeys, Tallapoosa, Alabama; Roll: M593_42; Page: 85A; Family History Library Film: 545541;Year: 1880; Census Place: Precinct 2, Denton, Texas; Roll: 1300; Page: 79A; Enumeration District: 104.