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1) James H. Ivy, Sr. (abt.1800) (TN) marriage to Jane (Jenny)(1816)(NC)produced 9 children: Jackson, James Jr, Richard, Emanuel, Jane, Emeline, Nancy Mason, Ava Anna and Henry.
2) James H. Ivy, Jr.(1838) (KY) marriage to Betsy Ann (Elizabeth A.)(1840)(KY)produced 6 children: Georgeann, James, Thomas, Allie, Cora and Andrew Jackson.
Andrew Jackson Ivy (1861)(KY) marriage to Eliza Isabela Bruce (KY)procuded 6 children: James, John, Ira, Allie, Bettie and Tom.
3) Ira Andrew Ivy (1885) (KY)marriage to Minnie Jane Armstrong (MO)produced 7 children: Ruth, Margaret, Virgil, Marie, Noah Frank, Mallett and John J.

There is much left to discover about our tree. If you have any information about the above ancestors, please contact me. Thanks to the internet I am reuniting with family members after generations of separation. We are discussing starting a reunion
near the area where our roots started (at this point the Paducah, KY area). We want to connect with other IVY branches with hopes of expanding our research capabilities.

The only IVY family reunion I am aware of at this time is held annually on Labor Day weekend Sunday about 50 miles north of Columbus, Ohio. The direct decendants of Noah Frank in #3 above. You are welcome to join us. I will be glad to share time and location with you. However, you must bring your photos, family data and other information with you. ;o)

Please contact me if you have any information regarding my IVY VINE.
Sharon
" 1800 - James Henry Ivy, Sr. of Western Kentucky"
Updated December 4, 2000

Sharon Y. Coultas
sharonivy@hotmail.com

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