James was living with his parents at Stokes, Illinois during the 1880 census.
James, Polly, and her children were living at East Cape Girardeau, Alexander County, Illinois during the 1900 census. James was working as a blacksmith at that time.
James and Polly were living at Thebes, Illinois during the 1910 census, and James continued working as a blacksmith.
James married Lena Wright 1918 at Thebes, Illinois. They were living in Mounds, Illinois during the 1920 census with Lena's daughter, Mildred.
In 1930, James was living on Cotton Wood Street in Thebes, Illinois with Lena and their children. James was then an auto mechanic and had his own shop.
james married Mrs. Polly Mathis Murphy 17 Jun 1894 at Union County, Illinois. Their son is:
James married Lena Catherine Wright in 1918 at Thebes, Illinois. Their children are:
James was a blacksmith in earlier days and then became an auto mechanic as the automobile came into use.
Actual Death Certificate of James Levi McIntire.
James was born 7 Dec 1874 at Anna, Union County, Illinois, as seen in his death certificate. There has been a poor transcription of this death certificate floating around on ancestry.com, which incorrectly interprets his birth place as Aurora, Illinois. Further, the incorrect transcription misreads the mother's name as Mary Thomis, when it is actually Mary Morris. The actual death certificate is shown here.
21 Jan 1893: Edith Keller died 15 Jan 1893, after being shot through a window at her home six miles northeast of Dongola Friday night, aged about 60 years. She was a widow and lived with four daughters, two of them widowed. The coroner’s jury determined she was shot by James Levi McIntire or Francis Settlemoir, who was actually aiming at one of her unmarried daughters.
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with James by comparing test results with other carriers of his Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known yDNA or mtDNA test-takers in his direct paternal or maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share some percentage of DNA with James: