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Rev Irvine Eversole
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Birth: Oct. 15, 1829
Death: May 24, 1932
Perry County
Kentucky, USA

Irvine Eversole was probably the son of Absolum Eversole and Sarah Elizabeth Campbell. Some researchers believe that he was the son of Woolery Eversole and Lucy Cornett but he is not mentioned as one of their children in the Dickey Diary interview

Dr. Wilgus Bach wrote in his manuscript that, when Irvine was about 3 years old, his father died. Irvine was taken in by his grandfather Jacob. He lived with him until 1843, when "Old Jacob" died. Irvine then went to live with his sister's, where he stayed until he was 14 years old. He married in 1849, to Eliza Stacy, the daughter of Rough Jim Stacy, and they lived at Typo. They had six sons and six daughters. Irvine began preaching in 1854. When his wife died, his youngest son was 4 years old. Irvine got remarried to Anne Huff. She tried to raise his twelve children, but she died four years later. He married a third time, but it did not work out. Then he married Miss Hignite. They lived together for a long time, but then she left his house. Irvine later married a cousin of his first wife, Elizabeth Stacy. She was the daughter of old Sam Stacy. She was born on August 15, 1829. They lived together for forty years, but then they separated. He then lived with one of his sons. He told people that he would marry again if he "could find a good old woman to suit him." When he was near the end of his life, his youngest son had him perform his marriage ceremony for his third wedding. For many years, the annual family reunion was held on Irvine's birthday. He wrote a poem about marriage. It went as follows: Marriage is a pleasure and parting is a grief. But the unkind lover is worse than a thief. The thief can rob you and take you for his prey, but the unkind lover will take you to the grave," Dickey Diary interview.

Irvine/Ervine was first married to Elizabeth 'Eliza' Stacy on 3-28-1848 in Perry Co. Irvine and Eliza were the parents of 11 known children:

Absolum Eversole 1852
James Eversole 852-1941
Susan Eversole
William Eversole 1861-100
Nancy Eversole 1859-1930
Betsey Eversole 1865-1944
Allen Eversole 1868
John Eversole 1871
Elender Eversole 1873-1919
Sytha Eversole
Preston Eversole 1880-1966

Irvin and Eliza are listed in the 1880 census. Eliza died in 1882.

There is a marriage listed at the courthouse for Irvine and Elizabeth Bradley Stacy on 9-21-1889. They were first listed in the 1900 census. In the 1910 census Irvine and Elizabeth are living with her son, Samuel Stacy. The census states that this is Irvine's fourth marriage. In the 19920 and 1930 census, Irvine is living with his son, James and is a widower.

 
 
Family links: 
 Spouse:
  Elizabeth Stacy Eversole (1830 - 1882)*
 
 Children:
  Absolum Eversole (1850 - 1936)*
  James Eversole (1852 - 1941)*
  Susan S Eversole Campbell (1857 - 1939)*
  Nancy Eversole Campbell (1859 - 1930)*
  Allen Eversole (1870 - 1990)*
  Elender Eversole Campbell (1872 - 1919)*
  Sytha Eversole Combs (1877 - 1964)*
  Preston Eversole (1880 - 1966)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Inscription:
Pvt Co 1 13 Ky Cav CSA
 
Burial:
Eversole Cemetery
Bonnyman
Perry County
Kentucky, USA
 
Created by: SWF
Record added: Aug 14, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 95363292
Rev Irvine Eversole
Added by: Bobby Duff
 
Rev Irvine Eversole
Added by: SWF
 
Rev Irvine Eversole
Added by: Bobby Duff
 
 
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- rhondajo
 Added: Jun. 10, 2015
My 4th Great-Grandfather, Rest In Peace.
- K. L. Rhodes
 Added: Jan. 24, 2015

- SWF
 Added: Apr. 7, 2014
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