Cary Evans Covell (1882-19??)
B May 30th, 1882 to William Sylvester Covell and Elizabeth Maria Crawford, in Scott Township, Steuben County, Indiana
M Ella Deller on January 20, 1907
D not sure
C Children:
  • Kermit Wendall Covell, MD ("Wendall" married Evelyn Dickson)
  • Lucille Covell  (Lucille married David Peck).  Was a secretary at Tri-State College
Was born at the old farm house in Scott Township on May 30, 1882.  He grew to manhood on the farm there and received his early education in the common schools of that township.  After graduating from the common schools, he attended Tri State College at Angola, Indiana, preparing himself to be a school teacher.  After completing his college training he taught school several terms in Scott Township.  On January 20, 1907, he was united in marriage to Ella A. Deller, also a successful school teacher of Scott Township.  For two or three years after their marriage they resided on a farm in Scott Township.  In 1910 Cary E. Covell was elected County Surveyor of Steuben County.  He served two terms as County Surveyor and has also served several years on the Angola City School Board, being President of the board at the time the new school building was erected in 1931.  He and his family lived in Angola, where he was a successful businessman for over twenty years.