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Note for:   Evelyn Byrd Page Nelson,   9 APR 1819 - 18 JAN 1896         Index

Burial:   
     Date:   UNKNOWN
     Place:   Linwood Cemetery, Columbus, Muscogee County, Georgia


Individual Notes

Note for:   Eliza Atkinson Nelson,   6 MAR 1855 - 25 MAR 1936         Index

Burial:   
     Date:   UNKNOWN
     Place:   Old Chapel Cemetery, Clarke County, Virginia

Individual Note:
     In the 1910 Census, Eliza Nelson Woolfolk is found in Clarke County, Virginia with her daughters Eliza Marie, Rosa Gray, and Mary. It lists that 4 out of 5 children are living at the time. Eliza Nelson Woolfolk could not be found in the 1920 census and assume she passed away between 1910 and 1920 in the Virginia area.

Individual Notes

Note for:   Maria Byrd W. Nelson,   29 NOV 1827 - 10 JUL 1908         Index

Event:   
     Type:   Cause of Death (Facts Pag
     Place:   Pneumonia

Burial:   
     Date:   12 JUL 1908
     Place:   Linwood Cemetery, Columbus, Muscogee County, Georgia


Individual Notes

Note for:   Rosalie Nelson,   15 OCT 1828 - 24 APR 1915         Index

Burial:   
     Date:   APR 1915
     Place:   Linwood Cemetery, Columbus, Muscogee County, Georgia


Individual Notes

Note for:   Thomas Mauduit Nelson,   25 NOV 1832 - 14 JUL 1864         Index

Burial:   
     Date:   UNKNOWN
     Place:   Oak View Cemetery, Albany, Dougherty County, Georgia

Individual Note:
     Multiple monument located outside of Vicksburg National Military Park on former park property in the City of Vicksburg, at the southeast corner of Confederate Avenue and Hallís Ferry Road. This unit was attached as headquarters escort for Maj. Gen. William H.T. Walkerís Division, Gen. Joseph E. Johnstonís Army of Relief, Department of the West and was commanded by Capt. Thomas M. Nelson. This company participated in the Battle of Jackson, MS (14 May 1863) as an unattached command. [Refer to Edwin Bearssí The Vicksburg Campaign, Volume II, page 558 & Volume III, page 1151.]

# 141 - Albany, Georgia - Lieutenant Colonel Thomas M. Nelson Camp

From the Albany Sunday Herald March 26 1961 or April 9 1961-Doughtery, Baker
Civil War Companies Listed.
Nelson,Thomas M.-Private Apr.28,1861. Appointed Surgeon May 10,1861.Resigned
Nov.4,1861. Elected Captain of Nelson's Company Ga. Cavalry Apr.18,1862.
Appointed Major of Corps of Scouts and Guards,C.S.A., June 27, 1864 Elected
Lieutenant Colonel of the 6th Regt. Mississippi Cavalry July 1864. Killed at
Tupelo,Miss. July 14, 1864

There is also a monument to Thomas M. Nelson in Linwood Cemetery in Columbus, Georgia.
"Fell leading the 6th Miss. Cavalry at Harrisburg, near Tupelo, Miss."

Individual Notes

Note for:   Mann Page,   1684 - 24 JAN 1730         Index

Individual Note:
     The mansion at Rosewall, Virginia was the largest in Virginia, built by Hon. Mann Page about 1725. It is near Gloucester Point, Virginia, a few miles from Yorktown. Powhatan lived here and it was here that Pocahontas saved the life of Capt. John Smith. [prescott.FTW]

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The mansion at Rosewall, Virginia was the largest in Virginia, built by Hon. Mann Page about 1725. It is near Gloucester Point, Virginia, a few miles from Yorktown. Powhatan lived here and it was here that Pocahontas saved the life of Capt. John Smith.

Individual Notes

Note for:   Robert"King" Carter,   4 AUG 1663 - 4 AUG 1732         Index

Burial:   
     Date:   UNKNOWN
     Place:   Christ Church Graveyard, Lancaster County, Virginia


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Note for:   Judith Armistead,   1665 - 23 FEB 1699         Index

Burial:   
     Date:   UNKNOWN
     Place:   Christ Church Graveyard, Lancaster County, Virginia


Individual Notes

Note for:   Matthew Page,    - UNKNOWN         Index

Event:   
     Type:   Emmigrated
     Date:   1649
     Place:   came from Middlesex, England approx. 1650-56


Individual Notes

Note for:   John Page,   1627 - 1692         Index

Event:   
     Type:   Emmigrate
     Date:   1650
     Place:   Came from Middlesex, England approx. 1650-56


Individual Notes

Note for:   Thomas Page,    - UNKNOWN         Index

Individual Note:
     The Page family came from Sudbury, Harrow, County of Middlesex, England. It appears that most arrived from Europe between 1649 and 1656. [prescott.FTW]

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The Page family came from Sudbury, Harrow, County of Middlesex, England. It appears that most arrived from Europe between 1649 and 1656.