PV'S of the SOUTHERN & ISLAND STATES
PV'of the SOUTHERN & ISLAND STATES
PV'S of the SOUTHERN
This section has records and information
for PV families who migrated to these states.
INDIVIDUAL RECORDS BY STATE
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ALABAMA, ARIZONA, ARKANSAS, FLORIDA,
GEORGIA, HAWAII, LOUISIANA, MISSISSIPPI, NEW MEXICO, NORTH CAROLINA,
OKLAHOMA, SOUTH CAROLINA, TENNESSEE, TEXAS
Oak Alley was a Southern plantation typical of those owned by many of our ancestors during the first half of the nineteenth century. Cotton plantations were even more common.
The Southern part of the United States thrived on sugar and cotton fields as much of it was sold to the Northern part of the United States where the mills were located.
OAK ALLEY PLANTATION
ECHOES FROM THE RIO GRANDE written by John R. Peavey, details his activities in law enforcement along the border.
JOHN R. PEAVEY
came to the region of the Rio Grande from St. Louis, Mo. He married Susie Wells Cottingham on May 22, 1917 and they celebrated their 60th Wedding Anniversary in May 1977.
He spent 37 years in the law enforcement field which began in 1915, when he became a Deputy Sheriff in Cameron County. He spent three years as a Texas Ranger and later became an appraiser of real estate and cattle.
- MINDEN LOUISIANA PEVY NASH MOTORS
Owner: Nelson Jehu Pevy standing next to car and in insert 1950 - - 1956.
Newspaper Article of Grand Opening
His wife, Dorothy, standing with a salesman in front of door.
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