Anderson Ivie was born 29 March 1774 in Randolph County, North Carolina to Lott Ivie (1750-1812) and Winifrd G J (1750-1831) and died 29 May 1852 Holliday, Monroe County, Missouri, United States of unspecified causes. He married Sarah Allred (1786-1862) 22 May 1799 in Banks County, Georgia.
Anderson Ivie married Sarah Allred, daughter of William Allred and Elizabeth Thrasher on May 22, 1799. Their first three children were born in Franklin County, Georgia. Their next six children were born in Bedford County, Tennessee.
Both Anderson and wife Sarah were charter members of Grove Level Primitive Baptist Church in 1801, and Anderson served as the church's first scribe. Moses Sanders (1742-1817) was the founding pastor of this church. The part of Franklin County where Anderson Ivie lived is now in present day Banks County, Georgia.
Anderson Ivie moved his family to Bedford County, Tennessee, around 1813. He and Sarah were members of the Rock Creek Primitive Baptist Church in Bedford Co by 1815. This area is now part of Marshall Co, TN.
In 1829 the family migrated to Monroe County, Missouri. Numerous descendants believe that both Anderson Ivie and his wife Sally (Allred) Ivie both died in Holliday, Monroe County, Missouri.
Anderson Ivie's will dated 17 Apr 1852, proved 16 June 1852, Monroe Co, MO, names wife Sarah, children:
- Polly Ann Ivie (1801-1887)
- James Russell Ivie (1802-1866) - Veteran of Zion's Camp (1834), killed by Indians in the Black Hawk Wars, two sons in Mormon Battalion.
- John Anderson Ivie (1804-1882)
- Elizabeth Ivie (1807-1870)
- William Shelton Ivie (1811-1878)
- Isaac Ivie (1818-1883)
- Thomas Celton Ivie (1820-1865)
- Sarah Melinda Ivie (1822-1911)
- Martin Joseph Ivie (1826-1883)
His gravestone is located in the Florida Cemetery in nearby Florida, Missouri, and shows he was 78 years old. His wife is buried by his side, but she has no gravestone.