Thomas Celton Ivie was born 25 August 1820 in Duck River, Hickman County, Tennessee, United States to Anderson Ivie (1774-1852) and Sarah Allred (1786-1862) and died 1865 Monroe County, Missouri, United States of unspecified causes. He married Amanda Jane Moore (1824-1863) 24 August 1844 in Nauvoo, Hancock County, Illinois.

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Thomas Celton Ivie was a veteran of the Mormon Battalion (Company C) which marched from Council Bluffs, Iowa to San Diego during the American Mexican War of 1846-48.

He is most known for the killing of his cousin Isaac Allred (1813-1859) on 11 May 1859, at Pleasant Creek, Sanpete Co., Utah. The two men fought over some sheep which belonged to Thomas that Isaac had in his possession. Testimony indicates Isaac was choking Thomas, who grabbed a piece of firewood and struck Isaac several times on the head. Isaac died eight hours later "without speaking another word".

He was arrested the next day and a trial held on the 14th where he was found guilty and hauled off to Camp Floyd by federal troops for an an appeals hearing. At some point of time he escaped to his mother's place in Monroe County, Missouri.




Children



Offspring of Thomas Celton Ivie and Amanda Jane Moore (1824-1863)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Sarah Jane Ivie (1845-1870)
Thomas Ivie (1847-1848)
William Harvey Ivie (1848-1925)
Alma Ivie (1849-1860)
Amos Elmer Ivie (1849-1893)
Joseph Johnston Ivie (1852-1945)
Amanda Artilla Ivie (1854-1909)
Elizabeth Ivie (1856-1888)
Hyrum Smith Ivie (1857-1937)
Mary Ivie (1859-1909)
Charles Albert Ivie (1861-1945)










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Sarah Jane Ivie (1845-1870) + Thomas Ivie Sarah Jane Ivie (1845-1870) + Thomas Ivie (1847-1848) + William Harvey Ivie (1848-1925) + Alma Ivie (1849-1860) + Amos Elmer Ivie (1849-1893) + Joseph Johnston Ivie (1852-1945) + Amanda Artilla Ivie (1854-1909) + Elizabeth Ivie (1856-1888) + Hyrum Smith Ivie (1857-1937) + Mary Ivie (1859-1909) + Charles Albert Ivie (1861-1945)59-1909) + Charles Albert Ivie (1861-1945) +
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