I don't know if you have seen this or not.I thought it might help.Please note that these county histories may or may not be completely accurate.It certainly is a great help for getting started as you look for documentation of accuracy.I'm interested in any of your Levi findings as my John may be related.Keep me in the loop if you will.Good luck!
History and Families of Jackson County, Ohio Genealogical Society
“CAVEY – Levi Cavey aged about 81 years died in Liberty Twp.He had a paralytic stroke.He had gone to stay with daughter Mrs. Susan Lewis.He had gone over to the old home, went into the stable where he died. He leaves a son John Cavey and six daughters:Mrs. Evan T. Richards, Mrs. Susan Lewis, Mrs. Grimes, mother of R. L. Grimes Esq., Mrs. James Daines, and Mrs. Oliver.
He was buried in the McCune Cemetery.The 1860 Census shows Levi was born in Maryland residing in Bloomfield Twp. at that time.
John W. Cavey was was born in Carrolton, OH, Feb 7, 1837.He married Mary Willis, daughter of Joseph and Sarah Willis, 1863,Cyrus J. born Feb 2, 1865, married April 4, 1889 to Tish Tippie, died 1917; Elizabeth, Nov. 25, 1866, married July 24, 1884 to James E Barrett died ?; John E. born May 13, 1866, married March 25, 1889 to Anna Mae Stanley, died March 25, 1923; Mary F. Born Jan 31, 1871; George W. born Nov. 26, 1872, married Dec. 3, 1844 to Celia Hamilton, died June 21, 1929; William born Jan 6, 1875; Daisy B. born Aug 17, 1877, married Sept 16, 1896 to William J. Davis.Mary Willis Cavey died June 4, 1880.She was buried in Rice Cemetery across the hill from where they lived.
In April 22, 1882, John W. married Mary Jane Eubanks daughter of William Eubanks and Eliza Reynolds.They had one son Charles Thomas Cavey born Jan 12, 1883.
Mary Jane Eubanks Cavey died Feb 13, 1923.John W. was a Methodist and went to church in Berlin Cross Roads.Mary Jane went to the Petrea Methodist Church.John W. served in the Civil War at the Cumberland Gap with 129th Regiment, Co. F. Ohio Infantry Volunteers and was discharged at Cleveland, OH March 5, 1984.
John W. also served in the Army of the Squirrel Hunters in service September 1862,Governor David Tod gave special discharge papers and recognition to the Squirrel Hunters who came to defend Cincinnati against the Confederates.
Charles Thomas son of John W. and Mary Jane Eubanks married Fanny Maud Miller daughter of John H. Miller and Diannah Rice.They had 10 children:Herman, Charles Ralph, Wilbur Francis, Marima Grace, Milfred Cornelia, Bertha Carmen,Marcella Catherine, Paul Miller, Bernard Lamar, William.
The Four Winds Nursing Home is located on the exact spot where the home place existed for years.Next to the Country Club on Rice Road.
CHARLES THOMAS CAVEY – Charles who lived in Lick Twp, where the Four Winds Nursing Home is now located by Fairgreens Country Club.Born June 12, 1883, died Nov. 29, 1962.He was son of John W. Cavey and Mary Jane Eubanks.(Picture)He married Fanny Maude Miller daughter of John H. Miller and Dianah Rice.Submitted by Rita S. Ray”