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Note: Levi Branham married Amanda McDade, whose mother was a full blooded Indian from Kentucky. Their marriage produced Lewis (tump) born 1881; Houston (Huse) born 1884; Carrie born 1886, died in childhood; Eula (Pat) 1888-1938; Joe born 1890; Essie born 1892; Matthew (Dock) 1898-1957; Katie (Sister) born 1900, died in childhood) and Luke Elijar born 1902, died as an infant.
Mr. Branham died in 1944 and was buried at Center Valley Cemetery. His gravestone is inscribed: "Levi Branham, Historian, 1852-1944."
The book that preserved Levi Branham's story for posterity.
Levi Branham, seventy-seven years old, who tells his experiences in his own way.
The old Vann House, in Spring Place, in which Levi Branham lived as a slave. As a slave he was always well treated, and never refers to the old days with regret.
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