IVES Family Outline Descent Tree(s) (ODT)
Name formsEve\Eves, Ive, Ives
Descendants of William Ives and Hannah Dickerman. In September of 1635, William Ives shipped out from London, ENG aboard the Truelove, bound for New England. In the years that followed, he married Hannah Dickerman, and settled in New Haven, CT. After Ives died, Hannah married William Bassett and it is from this line that I descend. William Ives is therefore my 8HGGF.
Ives was a signer of the "Fundamental Agreement" of original settlers of that city. William and Hannah had 9 children, and are considered to be the progenitors of the largest IVES family in this country. This family went on to settle in Wallingford and a number of other localities throughout America and Canada. This IVES family has produced an unusual number of noteworthy descendants. As Arthur Coon Ives put it in his 1928 Genealogy of the Ives Family (p.2):
A member of our family was the first explorer of the Grand Canyon of the Colorado, one is president of a large insurance company, one ranks among America's best known publishers, one became a member of the Canadian Parliament, one is known for his ability as a railroad builder, one rose from humble circumstances to the office of lieutenant governor, and one--the black sheep--became a famous horse thief and bandit.All descendants of William Ives and Hannah Dickerman are my cousins.
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(as of 2014-09-06), =::Cross reference
|IVES, Brayton [1840-1914] – American military commander, Civil War veteran, General IVES690 6C4|
|IVES, Caleb Smith, Rev. [1798-1849] – American missionary IVES400 5C4|
|IVES, Charles Edward [1874-1954] – American composer IVES111 4C4|
|IVES, Chauncey Bradley [1810-1894] – American sculptor IVES233 5C5|
|IVES, Edward Riley [1839-1918] – American toy manufacturer IVES1105 6C4|
IVES, Eli, Dr.
[1779-1861] – American doctor and Yale professor
Lecturing in materia medica and botany.
[1894-1928] – Nebraska's first aviatrix
She was killed when her plane crashed at Norfolk Flying Field (NE) the evening of 22 Jun 1928. [Bismarck (ND) Tribune, 1928/06/23]
|IVES, Frederic Eugene [1856-1937] – American inventor (halftone printing) IVES38 6C4|
|IVES, George Homer [1836-1863] – American bandit and villain IVES270 6C4|
|IVES, Gideon Sprague [1846-1927] – American politician, Civil War veteran IVES463 6C4|
|IVES, Herbert Eugene [1882-1953] – American physicist and inventor (electric telephotography) IVES427 7C3|
|IVES, Icle Ivanhoe "Burl" [1909-1995] – American folk singer, actor and author, Academy Award IVES287 7C2|
|IVES, Irving McNeil [1896-1962] – American legislator ::> Legislators: senators, representatives, members of parliament, etc. ::> U.S. Senator, NY (1947-59);, Senator IVES564 8C2|
|IVES, James Merritt [1824-1895] – American artist & publisher IVES78 5C5|
|IVES, Joseph Christmas, Col. [1829-1868] – CSA & American Army officer, explorer, surveyor and cartographer IVES260 6C4|
|IVES, Levi Silliman, Bishop [1797-1867] – American cleric ::> Religious leaders: bishops, cardinals, theologians, abbots, etc. ::> Bishop of North Carolina IVES500 5C6|
IVES, Mark (Rev.)
[1808-1885] – ::> Hawaiian Mission (Sandwich Islands) 1820-63 ::> (1836-50)
He and his wife were members of the Eighth Company which sailed from Boston 14 Dec 1836 and arrived in Honolulu 9 Apr 1837, a voyage of 16 weeks and 4 days. Leaving his family in the Islands, he returned to the United States 9 Dec 1850 to recover his health. He was joined by his family in 1854.
IVES, Mary Ann (Brainerd)
[1810-1882] – ::> Hawaiian Mission (Sandwich Islands) 1820-63 ::> (1836-54)
|IVES, William (Capt.) [~1618-1648] – American colonial immigrant ::> CT: New Haven (Quinnipiac) founders (1639) ::> IVES1 8HGGFa|
|IVES, William Bullock, MP [1841-1899] – Canadian politician, Commerce Minister IVES468 6C5|
|LOWRY, Judith [1890-1976] – American actress IVES1063 8C2|
Bookmarks (off-site links)
origins, early history
- Hamrick Software - U.S. Surname Distribution maps showing name distribution in the U.S. in selected years.
- THE IVES FAMILY This data base contains many of the descendants of William IVES, born about 1607, somewhere in England. He immigrated to America and settled in the area of New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut before 1642 and became the progenitor of numerous offspring.
- Ives Family of New Haven CN
- Ives Genealogy, Ives Family Tree and Ives Surname Finder
- IVES (I120) at ROOTSWEB
- Ives Family History A Lancashire family
- IVES Genealogy and Family History
- GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY - IVES FAMILY PAPERS: COLLECTION DESCRIPTION The Ives family papers constitute correspondence primarily of relatives of Rev. Levi Silliman Ives.
- Ives Family Genealogy Forum
Candidates Work List
This is my working list of candidates to include --
I'm not yet sure if they are related to me!
As candidates are eliminated (proven not related) they are marked appropriately (
an explanation included.
They are kept in the list in case future research proves they can be included.
(And to keep them from popping up on the list again!)
Never discard good research!
Proven candidates' names are marked with an asterisk (*) until they can be
added to the database.