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Ivey Stafford
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Birth: 1788
Florence County
South Carolina, USA
Death: 1860
Clark County
Arkansas, USA

Ivey Stafford, son of Josiah Stafford II (1757-1835) and Sarah Ivey (1743-1796) wed Polly Serrels in North Carolina in 1810.


Ivy stafford is shown on the 1830 U.S. Federal Census as head of household living in Lawrence Co., Tennessee.

Ivy Stafford is shown on the 1840 U.S. Federal Census in Yalobusha Co., Mississippi.

Ivy Stafford is shown on the 1841 Mississippi State Census Index as living in Yallobusha Co., Mississppi.

Ivey Stafford, 62, is shown on the 1850 U.S. Federal Census living "North of the Yallobusha River, Yalobusha Co., Mississippi" as head of household. Others living in the household are his wife, Polly, 56, and their son, James, 11. His occupation is listed as planter and his place of birth is listed as North Carolina.

Ivey Stafford, 72, is shown on the 1860 U.S. Federal Census in Alpine Township, Clark Co., Arkansas. He is living in the household of William W. Stafford (his son), 33, and Martha Stafford, 29. Others in the household are listed as Elizabeth J., 10, Robert B., 8, William K., 6, James W., 4, and John J., age 1. His birthplace is shown as South Carolina.

From article about Ivey Stafford:

"There are many unmarked graves in what is now known as the Rowton Cemetery, located about one mile northwest of Norman in the Lick Creek area. This is one of the oldest recorded cemeteries in Montgomery County.
Buried in some of these unmarked graves are Ivey Stafford, his son William W., his wife Martha Jane Smith Stafford and some of their children.

Ivey, born about 1788 in North Carolina, is the son of Josiah II, and Sarah Ivey Stafford, not the Josiah III, buried at County Line Cemetery. Josiah II, was the son of Samuel and Naomi Stafford of Pasquotank County, North Carolina. Samuel was the son of Sarah Stafford, born about 1698, in Tiverton, Newport County, Rhode Island, and the grandson of Josiah I, born by 1662, and Sarah Lake, daughter of David and Sarah Earle Stafford of Rhode Island. This Josiah I, was born to Sylvester prior in 1618 in Suffolk, England, and Elizabeth Norton Stover, daughter of Henry and Margaret Cromer of Cape Ned."

Family links: 
  Josiah Sorrels Stafford (1816 - 1886)*
  George Franklin Stafford (1825 - 1916)*
  William W. Stafford (1827 - 1869)*
*Calculated relationship
Note: No monument can be found in cemetery. Unofficial information supplied by relatives
Rowton Cemetery
Montgomery County
Arkansas, USA
Created by: Robert Galloway
Record added: Jan 22, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 64522715

Great-Great-Great-Great GrandfatherGone but not forgotten
- Teresa Penny
 Added: Mar. 29, 2016

- Doris JOA
 Added: Nov. 16, 2014
my great great great great Grandpa~
- Cindy Stafford Haney
 Added: Aug. 6, 2012

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