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Julia Givens Cash
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Birth: 1818
Mount Vernon
Posey County
Indiana, USA
Death: 1842
Grant County
Wisconsin, USA

Julia (usually referred to as "Juley")was the fifth child of Thomas and Rachel (Jones) Givens and was born in Black Township, Posey County, Indiana in about 1818. She was raised on the family farm and came from a large family of brothers and sisters: Polly, Michael Baker, Maria, Jackson C., Elizabeth, Thomas Jefferson, Martha and Jeremiah Cash (my great grandfather). Julia joined the Bethel Regular Baptist Church of which her grandfather, the Reverend Samuel Jones, was the minister. It was her grandfather who established the church near the hamlet of Farmersville, north of Mount Vernon. Her father Thomas was one of the church's officers, not only at the local level, but also at the state conference level. On November 27, 1836 at the age of eighteen, Julie married Job Cash. He was the son of the Reverend Jeremiah Cash, a well-known Regular Baptist minister. A number of farms in the area had been established by members of the Cash clan in the early 1800s and Job began his marriage with Julia by also developing a farm north of the town of Mount Vernon. However, by 1840 they moved to the Eastern Division of Grant County, Wisconsin Territory and took up farming there. By this time three children had been added to the family: George, Franklin and Thomas. At the young age of twenty-five Julia died in about 1842, only two years after moving to Wisconsin. Her mother Rachel was appointed legal guardian for the estates of George and Thomas in February of 1843. After Julia's death, Job moved to Union County, Illinois. The U S Census of 1850 records that Job was thirty-three years of age, born in Kentucky, and was listed as a farmer in Union County. It also recorded as living at the home: Rosennah (23 and born in Illinois), Thomas (10 and born in Wisconsin) and Caroline (4 and born in Wisconsin). This would suggest that Job may have remarried after Julia's death. One source mentions that Job lived with his son George in Illinois in the 1850s. It is not known if Julia's body was returned to Posey County for interment at Templeton Graveyard or if she was buried in Wisconsin. 
Family links: 
  Thomas J Givens (1786 - 1834)
  Rachel Jones Givens (1786 - 1853)
  Mary Givens McKinney (1807 - 1840)*
  Michael Baker Givens (1809 - 1841)*
  Maria Givens Redman (1814 - ____)*
  Jackson C. Givens (1815 - 1855)*
  Julia Givens Cash (1818 - 1842)
  Elizabeth Givens Cash (1820 - ____)*
  Thomas Jefferson Givens (1825 - ____)*
  Martha Givens Nesler (1827 - 1850)*
*Calculated relationship
Created by: Holland St John
Record added: Jun 26, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 54143039

Julia must have died circa 1840-1841, as Job Cash remarried to Rosanna Hull on 14 Nov 1841 in Grant County, WI.
- EJ
 Added: May. 13, 2012
In loving memory of Julia, the older sister of my great grandfather Jeremiah Cash Givens. Julia married the son of the Reverend Jeremiah Cash, who was my great grandfather's namesake.
- Holland St John
 Added: Jun. 26, 2010

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