Juleyan H. <I>Campbell</I> Blevins

Juleyan H. Campbell Blevins

Death 14 Jan 1921 (aged 76)
Burial Cullman County, Alabama, USA
Memorial ID 105666883 · View Source
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Juleyan was the daughter of Adam and Lucresa Green Campbell. She is reported to have had red hair like her father Adam.

She married Reverend Armstead E. Blevins on Oct 28, 1868 at her family home.

Her mother Lucretia Green Campbell is believed to have been of Cherokee blood. This is further evidenced by the fact that Juleyan made an application in 1894 for Citizenship in the Cherokee Nation for herself and her sons: Benjamin F., Bird and John Robert (twins), Joseph, Dillard and Armstead A. We don't know why she didn't list her son General Jackson, or her daughters Peggy, Mary and Minolevia "Minnie."

See the photo of this application: It appears to be dated and signed by Juleyan on 7 Sep 1894. She made the application at 49 years of age as the daughter of "Lucretia Campbell" whom she "believes was an Indian belonging to said tribe."

We do not believe that the application was ever approved and at this time, have no information as to why.

She is buried with her husband in the Blevins family cemetery, located on property formerly belonging to her son General Jackson Blevins and later to C.P. White, MD near a house of rock built by G.J. Blevins near McKinley's Chapel in Cullman County, AL near Wilburn and Bremen. The rock house had a building stone (but it has disappeared) that showed:

Erected by G.J. Blevins August 1907.

Transcription of Application for Membership in Cherokee Nation (by Deborah Jones Thompson, Oct 22, 2018):


To the Honorable National Council of Cherokee Nation, Ind. Ter.

Gentlemen: The undersigned, your petitioner, this day makes this her
application for Citizenship in the Cherokee Nation in the Indian Territory, in accordance with the constitutions and laws of said Nation and respectfully makes the following
statement of the grounds of this her application to which
That July Ann H. Blevins is the daughter of Lucretia Campbell
_______ whom the undersigned fully believes was an Indian belonging to said tribe.

That undersigned hereby presents the above facts as the lawful grounds for this
Her application for Cherokee Citizenship by blood, and respectfully
waits the time when her application shall be truly heard and tried. Respectfully submitted.

Age ¬49 years.. Post office Garrison’s Point, Alabama.

Family with their relationship attached as follows:


July Ann H. Blevins Female 49 Daughter of Lucretia Campbell
Benjamin F. Blevins Male 19 Son of July Ann H. Blevins
Bird and John Blevins Male 15 Sons of July Ann H. Blevins
Joseph Blevins Male 13 Son of July Ann H. Blevins
Dillard Blevins Male 10 Son of July Ann H. Blevins
Armstou A. Blevins Male 6 Son of July Ann H. Blevins

In witness of which application, I hereunto set my hand on this the 7th day of
September, 1894.

July H. Blevins

Subscribed and sworn to before me this Sept. 7th, 1894.
FULLER & ST. JOHN, Attorneys

Trisuns? Print or Pruett?, CULLMAN, ALA

NOTE: Her youngest son listed here was Armstead Alzie. I'm not sure why it looks like Armstou on this application.

Please credit your sources when using this information. Thank you. Deborah

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Wife of
A.E. Blevins
Nov 12, 1844
Jan 14, 1921

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  • Maintained by: Deborah J. Thompson
  • Originally Created by: Melissa Morris
  • Added: 22 Feb 2013
  • Find A Grave Memorial 105666883
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Juleyan H. Campbell Blevins (12 Nov 1844–14 Jan 1921), Find A Grave Memorial no. 105666883, citing Blevins Family Cemetery, Cullman County, Alabama, USA ; Maintained by Deborah J. Thompson (contributor 48196042) .