|Birth: ||Apr. 25, 1762|
|Death: ||Jan. 3, 1835|
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Transcript by: Alan Sparks (2006)
Ref: Missouri Baptist Biography
Missouri Baptist Historical Society, Vol. IV, Pg. 20-22.
Emigated, Barren Co. Kentucky 1795
Military Pensions Records Veterans Administration (S. 16596)
Enlisted from Henry Co. Virginia Revolunionary War.
After David married Charity Bybee, he obtained 200 acres of land in Barren County, KY, from the state of Virginia for payment of his services on the Virginia Continental Line in the Revolutionary War. In addition to farming, David was ordained as a Baptist minister at the Glover Creek Church at Summer Shade, Barren, KY, where he preached from 1803-1820. As a Baptist preacher, he organized schools and churches on the colonial western frontier. In 1822 David moved ten of his eleven children to MO where he lived the remainder of his life.
Allee Cemetery is one of the oldest cemeteries in Moniteau County with the date 1868 on the gate. There are at least ten people with pre-1800 birth dates buried here. Revolutionary War veteran David Allee (1762-1835) has a memorial stone in this cemetery erected by the DAR. He is actually buried about a mile west of this location in what is referred to as Old Allee or Old Mt Pleasant Cemetery which, unfortunately, all traces are gone.
Allee Cemetery is located approximately 4 miles northwest of California or approximately 3 miles east of Clarksburg
Directions to cemetery: Take Rt O north from California for approximately 2 miles. Turn left (west) on Painters Road. Travel on Painters Road approximately 2 miles and the cemetery is on the left side of the road.
This cemetery is on private property but has easy access from the county road. It can be seen approx. 1/4 to 1/2 mile before you actually get to the entrance at a 90 degree "S" curve. Always be respectful of others property when visiting cemeteries.
Moniteau County MO
Allee Cemetery listings
Allee David -- 1762 - 1835 -- Pic 1 Pic 2 Pic 3
-- Rev War Soldier; This is a memorial stone erected by DAR; David Allee is actually buried in the Old Mt Pleasant Cemetery about a mile west of this cemetery.
Charity Delilah Bybee Allee (1766 - 1823)*
Buford Allee (1786 - 1865)*
John David Allee (1787 - 1865)*
Nicholas Allee (1793 - 1859)*
Anna B. Allee Scott (1794 - 1866)*
William Allee (1797 - 1874)*
Winnaford Allee Birdsong (1801 - 1886)*
Charity Allee Howard (1804 - 1878)*
IN MEMORY OF
1762 PLACED MY 1835
ELDON CHAPTER MEDAL
Allee Family Cemetery
Created by: Shirley Bybee
Record added: Dec 30, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 17218498