WESLEY EUGENE PIPPENGER, b. St. Mary's Hospital, Kansas City, Missouri,
CHARLES WESLEY PIPPENGER, b. 7912 Montgall Street, Kansas City,
Missouri, m. 7 June 1953 at Cleveland Avenue Methodist Church, Kansas City, Missouri, to
Zora Eileene DAVISON, b. 1810 Cleveland, Kansas City, Missouri. Daughter of
CHESTER LEELAND DAVISON, b. 16 September 1901 at 2307 Agnes Street, Kansas City, Missouri, m. 11 October 1922 in Olathe, Johnson County, Kansas, to Velma Pearl ALLEN, b. 3 May 1902 in Springtown, Benton County, Arkansas. Daughter of
ROBERT EDWARD ALLEN, b. 17 January 1879 in Rhea's Mill, Washington County, Arkansas, m. 30 August 1900 in Fayetteville, Arkansas, to Mary Ellen LEWIS, b. 18 October 1880 in Columbia Township, Randolph County, Arkansas. Daughter of
WILLIAM MARTIN LEWIS, b. 23 May 1855 in Arkansas, date and place of death undetermined, m. 2 October 1873 in Columbia Township, Randolph County, Arkansas, to Sarah Elizabeth Adair, b. 12 June 1853 in Arkansas, daughter of Watson M. Adair and Mary E. Sweazea. This William Martin Lewis and his uncle William Martin Lewis (son of Isaiah Lewis, Jr.) were both in Randolph County, Arkansas at the same time and may be easily confused. Son of
JOAB LEWIS, b. 26 December 1833 in Carroll County, Tennessee, d. c.1866, m. (1) 11 July 1852 in Randolph County, Arkansas, to Martha Ann Kelly, daughter of Andrew C. Kelly. Son of
ISAIAH LEWIS, JR., b. c.1808 prob. in Warren County, Kentucky, d. between 7 DEC 1849 and 26 MAR 1850 in Randolph County, Arkansas, m. c.1821 in prob. Warren County, Kentucky to Mary "Polly" Wright. His will was witnessed by William M. Lewis. Son of
ISAIAH LEWIS, SR., b. 3 September 1769 in Guilford (now Randolph) County, North Carolina, m. Nancy Julian, d. 25 January 1837 in Lawrence County, Illinois, daughter of Peter Julien, Jr. and Ruth Puth. Son of
DAVID LEWIS, b. 21 March 1747, probably near Winchester, Frederick County, Virginia, m. (1) 1 January 1768 to Ann Beeson, b. 30 May 1749 in Hopewell, Virginia, daughter of Benjamin Beeson, who served in the Revolutionary War, and Elizabeth Hunter. David served in the Revolutionary War. Son of
JOHN LEWIS, b. 1720, possibly in Frederick County, Virginia, d. 10 June 1802, near Hillsboro, Randolph County, North Carolina, buried near Center Meeting House, m. (1) c.1745 to Priscilla Brooks, daughter of Jacob Brooks and Rosanna Warren. Some sources give the birthplace of David Lewis as Hanover County, Virginia. Probably a son of
DAVID LEWIS, b. c.1694, d. 1773 in Carteret County, North Carolina, m. Mary Crawford, daughter of John Crawford.
No further information. Much information on this line can be found published by Michael L. Cook in his "Pioneer Lewis Families," line 8L100-8L107.
Author: Wesley E. Pippenger