Son of William E. and Ava Collins Blevins. He and Nancy Jane Osborn were married Feb. 13, 1847 in Johnson Co., KY.
WILLIAM DANIEL BLEVINS
The son of William and Ava Blevins. was born in Johnson County Kentucky ,
September 22 1828 and Passed away in Muskogee County Oklahoma in 1919 .
Daniel was a Mason, a member of Kof H and a lifelong
Democrat. Old timers remember him as a colorful primitive Baptist preacher.
1855 Deed Dan'l Blevins of Johnson County, Kentucky sold to Edward Osburn of
Johnson County, in consideration of a contract of parternership contract,
conveyed 75, acres adjacent to David Pennington's field, corner of sd Edwin
Osburn, running to fork of Paint Creek between Pelfrey Fork and Caboose Lick
bridge, beginning in Johnson County on Mud Lick of Paint Creek.
Deed Book C. pge 485
1860 Daniel joined the Primitive Baptist Church of Johnson County, Kentucky and
began preaching in two years.
1861-1865 Daniel Blevins was in military service. Served as Chaplain with rank
of Captain with 5 th Kentucky Infantry CSA
1861 October 25, Captain Daniel Blevins enlisted in Co. B. 5 th Inf from
Prestonburg, Kentucky Floyd County, Kentucky.
Company B disbanded Capt Blevins became Chaplain and remained with the company
throughout remainder of Civil War.
1862 Captain Blevins was captured by Union soldiers, help prisoner for 6 days,
then recaptured. 5 th Kentucky Inf gradually made its way south through
Tennessee to Chickamaunga in North Georgia. After the Battle of Chickamaua,
Kentucky 5 th. the took part in all operations engaged in by Tennessee's Orphan
Brigade. Saturday May 6, 1865 5 th Kentucky surrendered at Washington, Wilkes
1866 Dan Blevins moved his family and his parents to NW Arkansas
He was preceded in death by daughter , Elizabeth Blevins Patrick , in 1884
along with his children who passed away in infancy. Daniel was buried at Greenleaf
Cemetery in Cherokee County , Oklahoma.
William Blevins (1784 - 1872)
Ava Collins Blevins (1803 - 1875)
Nancy Jane Osburn Blevins (1832 - 1917)*
Angeline B Blevins Lemaster (1850 - 1932)*
Malinda Blevins Evans (1851 - 1936)*
Ellen Blevins Hight (1854 - 1924)*
William Edward Blevins (1856 - 1943)*
Louisa Blevins (1857 - 1858)*
Elizabeth Blevins Patrick (1859 - 1884)*
Ava Jane Blevins Faubus (1862 - 1953)*
Edmund Blevins (1862 - 1863)*
Naitelda Blevins (1865 - 1866)*
Nancy J. Blevins Hendrickson (1865 - 1938)*
Thomas Blevins (1867 - 1867)*
Albert Blevins (1869 - 1869)*
John Harvey Blevins (1871 - 1950)*
Riley Blevins (1817 - 1899)*
Levi Blevins (1817 - 1889)*
Nancy Ann Blevins Tackett (1822 - 1912)*
Wily Blevins (1822 - 1889)*
Perlina Blevins Osburn (1827 - 1866)*
William Daniel Blevins (1828 - 1919)
Created by: MillieBelle
Record added: Dec 18, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 32260780
Added: Dec. 22, 2013
From Muskogee County, Ok County Cemetery Guide, Vol 3, p. 55, Greenleaf> Cemetery, relocated to Cherokee County due to construction of Camp Gruber> Military Reservation in 1942.|
Added: Sep. 30, 2013