Vickie, this deed in Fleming co, Ky adds some detail to this family. Fleming Co, Ky Book C, page 60. This indenture made the 13th day of December 1804 between Johnston Magowen Deputy Sheriff for George Ruddele Sheriff of Fleming County of the one part and Andrew Anderson of the County of Fayette and State of Kentucky of the other part Witnesseth that whereas according to a decree of the Fayette Circuit Court in favour of the said Andrew Anderson against Richard Downton administrator and Franky Oxley widow and William Oxley, Jehany Oxley, Sally Oxley, Peggy Oxley, and Lewis Oxley heirs and representatives of Levi Oxley deceased the said Johnston Magowen by virtue of his office an Sheriff aforesaid did on the 8th day of September last expon? to sale the right of the said Oxley to the Forty-eight acres of land in said decree mentioned which is bounded follows, viz: lying between the lots No 5 & 6 lying North and South nine or ten rods and east and west from John Winn's land to the thousand acre Lewis Craig sold out of the east end of No 5 including the land James Saunders bought of John Winn. And the said Andrew Anderson becoming the purchaser. Now this Indenture further Witnesseth that the said Johnston Magowen by virtue of his office as Sheriff aforesaid for and in consideration of the premises and also for and in consideration of the sum of Ten pounds current money to him in hand paid by the said Anderson have conveyed and confirmed and by these presents do convey and confirm unto the said Andrew Anderson all the right title interest property claim and demand of them said William Oxley, Jehany Oxley, Sally Oxley, Peggy Oxley and Lewis Oxley heirs and representatives of the said Levi Oxley deceased according to the decree aforesaid to the above described Forty eight acres of land with the appurtenances thereunto belonging to the only proper use and behoof of him the said Andrew Anderson his heirs and assigns forever. In testimony whereof the said Johnston Magowen has hereunto set his hand and seal the day and year first above written. Johnston Magowen, DS for Geo Ruddle, Sheriff.
Levi Oxley first appears on the Loudoun co, Va tax records shown living with Henry Oxley in 1788. This should have been the year that he came of age...21. He is also shown taxed in Henry Oxley household in 1789.
This Henry Oxley would be the son of Henry Oxley and Mary Everett. By deeds in Loudoun county, Virginia, Henry Oxley jr's wife's name was Johannah. There was a Henry Oxley on the Henry co, Ky tax list of Aug 1800. Whether it was the Henry Oxley from Loudoun co, VA, I don't know.
Where did Levi's family go? Their son Lewis Oxley is in Warren co, Oh in 1820,30,40,50 etc. Lewis married Mary Lewis 05 Oct 1813 in Warren co, Oh.