Alpheus Everly and Elizabeth M. (Woodward) were married December 29, 1844 in Ohio County.
Thomas Jefferson Everly and Ardena Ann (Tichenor) “Aunt Dee” were married October 25, 1870. Ardena was the daughter of Sanford Tichenor and Nancy Jane (Wade)
Samuel Mansfield Everly and Mary Eliza “Sis” (Taylor) were married October 18, 1869 in Ohio County. Mary Eliza’s parents were Robert Allen Taylor and Nancy (Morton)
Sanford Tichenor and Nancy Jane (Wade) were married September 7, 1843 in Butler County and had 12 children.Nancy Jane was the daughter of William and Polly Wade. Squire Wade Tichenor and Maria were married______.
[Note: Sanford Tichenor (1818-18820 and his wife, Nancy Jane (Wade) (1825-1902), for whom the Aunt Jane Cemetery was named were married September 7, 1843 in Butler County and had 12 children. He was given 105 acres of wild land by his father Jared Tichenor , at Point Pleasant (Condit’s Ferry). He greatly improved the land and lived there until his death. He bought 150 acres from his uncle, James Tichenor in 1850 and later deeded to his daughter, Ardena. This was part of the land Daniel Tichenor, father of James, had bought from Captain John Howell in 1790. In 1851 he bought 83+ acres from William and James Condit and 300 on Grassy Creek in 1853. He was an officer in the State Militia and deacon in the West Point Baptist Church and a mason.]
Dr. Alonzo V. Tatum and Martha P. “Mattie” (Tichenor) were married May 5, 1879. Their children were Orvis V. and Jessie Tatum (1880-1910)
Orvis Tatum married Martha P. “Mabel” (Tichenor) on April 3, 1909. She was the youngest daughter of Alvis Berry and Katie Tichenor. They had one son, Newland Berry Tatum. When he was 13 years of age, he was trying an experiment with steam. He lit a fire under a closed up container of water. It exploded, badly burning the poor teenager. He lived for a while but died of toxemia under the care of Dr. Ford of Livermore.
W.P. Render and MaryF. “Molly” (Tichenor) were marriedon February 9, 1864. They had the following children: Amelia J. and Robert. W.P. Render 2nd married Martha “Mattie’ (Tichenor) Tatum, a sister to Mary and widow ofDr. Alonzo Tatum. Mary and Martha’s parents were Sanford and Nancy (Wade) Tichenor.
Note: Corporal William P. Render was a soldier in the 17th Kentucky Regiment under the command of Captain Robert Davidson. He enrolled on the 23rd day of October in1861 and was enlisted in November to serve three years but was discharged July 12th in 1862 in St. Louis due to a Surgeon’s Certificate of Disability. He had served as a corporal in all of the 17th’s marches and engagements until he was left in a field hospital in Shiloh with meningitis caught while in the service. It caused his ligaments in his neck to contract. He could open his jaw no more than ¾ s of an inch. At discharge he was 21, 5’9”, light complexion and brown eyes and hair. He was a teacher, farmer, Magistrate for one term of office, a Baptist, Republican and a candidate for the state legislature. He excelled in growing tobacco and won first premium one year in New Orleans.
Thomas Jefferson Bishop, Sr. married Mary Elizabeth (Everly) on December 30, 1886. Witness to the marriage was R.H. Everly and Bart Thompson. Mary Elizabeth’s parents were Reason Howard and Elizabeth (Rogers). His 2nd wife was Sally (Simmons) Everly. They lived in Centertown and were the parents of Roscoe, Annie, Arlie Reason, Thomas Chelron “Jack” and Samuel.