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John BATTALEY

ABT 1730 - 7 Sep 1770

ID Number: I44557

  • RESIDENCE: St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1730
  • DEATH: 7 Sep 1770
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN: 1GQ0-MR9) Notes
Father: Moses? BATTALEY


Family 1 : Elizabeth HERNDON

Notes


Virginia County Records SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTY 1721-1800 WILLS
WILL BOOK D 1761-1772 page 25
BATTALEY, JOHN, St. George's Parish, d. Sept. 7, 1770, Executors Bond dated Sept. 20, 1770. Wit. Hammond, John Lurty, Betty Benger, John Richards.
Ex. Edward Herndon; John Herndon; Joseph Herndon.
Leg. my wife Elizabeth; brother Samuel Battaley; sister Elizabeth Battaley. (Page 428)



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|--John BATTALEY 
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Col. Samuel Jordan CABELL

15 Dec 1756 - 4 Aug 1818

ID Number: I28636

  • TITLE: Col.
  • OCCUPATION: Rev War
  • RESIDENCE: Amherst Co. VA Now Nelson Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 15 Dec 1756 [S2530]
  • DEATH: 4 Aug 1818, "Soldier's Joy", Amherst Co. VA [S2530]
  • RESOURCES: See: [S533] [S1117] [S1846] [S2530]
Father: William H. CABELL
Mother: Margaret JORDAN


Family 1 : Sarah SYME
  1. +Margaret Washington CABELL

Notes


""Belmont"
#1. The land was first given to William Cabell by the British King
#2. Robert Rives got the land in 1797, 1797 acres for $13,000
#3. He gives land and 16 slaves for love and affection to his daughter Lucy Rives Brown. She was married to Alexander Brown.
#4. Alexander Brown was the son of Laurence Brown and Sarah Cabell Calloway. Alexander was born Sept. 3, 1843. His mother died July 25, 1849. He was a General in the Confederate Army. A young General in the War. ( I take it that Gen. Brown's grandmother was a Cabell or was his mother married more than once????) Anyway he wrote and finished in May 23, 1895, "Cabell and their Kin."


The Belmont Plantation was connected from the beginning before the house was built to the Cabells. My William J. Brown died there during theWar between The States. Gen. Alexander Brown was in charge of the Plantation/hospital during the war".


"Soldier's Joy is a historic house of the state of Virginia, being built for Col Samuel Jordan Cabell in the year of 1785, by his father, Col William Cabell. It was sold by Samuel Cabell, Jr to Daniel Higginbotham (brother of John) in the year of 1825, before being purchased again by the Cabell family in the year of 1894. In the year of 1924, the Cabell family sold this historic home to the family of the present owners (WOOD family).
EPITAPHS COPIED FROM THE
FAMILY CEMETERY AT "SOLDIER'S JOY," NELSON COUNTY, VIRGINIA
By Lenora Higginbotham Sweeny*


"Soldier's Joy," at Wingina, Nelson County, Virginia, was built in the late eighteenth century after the plans of James Roberts, architect, of Goochland County, Virginia, for Colonel William Cabell, of "Union Hill," and given as a wedding present to his eldest on, Colonel Samuel Jordan Cabell, a brave officer in the Revolution. [1]


Around Soldier's Joy many pleasant memories cling. Wreathed about it is "the tender grace of the day that is dead." It was a center of the social life of the period, its owner and his wife distinguished in family, wealth and hospitality. He married Sarah, daughter of Colonel John Syme, Jr., of Hanover County, Virginia, and niece of Patrick Henry. They went there to reside in 1785 and Colonel Cabell called his home "Soldier's Joy."


He was an original member of the Society of the Cincinnati in the State of Virginia. He died August 4, 1818, at "Soldier's Joy," and is buried there beside his wife, who died May 15, 1814. There is no monument erected to their memory.


The following epitaphs were copies from the tombstones in the family cemetery near "Soldier's Joy":


In Memory of John Higginbotham who was born in the County of Amherst 12th day of April 1772 and died in the town of Warminister on the 23rd February 1822.


In Memory of Jesse Higginbotham who was born in the County of Amherst on the 23rd day of December 1779 and died at Soldier's Joy on the 8th June 1836.


In Memory of Daniel Higginbotham, who was born in the County of Amherst on the 27th day of March 1781; and died at Soldier's Joy on the 10th day of August 1845.


Jesse A. Higginbotham born Jan 29th 1822. Died of consumption February 27th 1849. He was the son of Reuben A. Higginbotham and Lucretia his wife formerly Lucretia Vaughan of Nashville, Tenn. The deceased intermarried with Miss Elvira M. Henry in the month of May 1848 preceeding his death and she survives him. As desired by him before his death, his remains are here buried by the side of his uncle Daniel Higginbotham, deceased.


John James London who was born in the County of Amherst 11 February, 1813 and died as Soldier's Joy, Nelson County, Virginia, 10th October, 1856.


Alice Winston, daughter of Charles T. and Alice Cabell Palmer, born 17th November, 1886 and died 25 June, 1903.


Clifford Cabell Russell Palmer, born 26 July, 1890 and died 28 September, 1893.


The first three gentlemen, John, Jesse, and Daniel Higginbotham, were sons of Captain John Higginbotham (1726-1814) and his wife Rachel Banks. John Higginbotham, Jr., married December 7, 1815, Margaret Cabell, daughter of Colonel Samuel Jordan and Sarah (Syme) Cabell. [2]


Jesse Alexander Higginbotham [3] who was a grandson of Captain John Higginbotham, made his will September 30, 1848, "being about to travel to the Island of Cuba"; probated in Amherst County, Virginia, April 5, 1849.


Among other bequests he left money in trust to erect a building in sight of his home at Amherst. The upper part to be used by the Clinton Lodge, of which he was a member, and the lower as an academy. This trust was fulfilled and the large brick building situated in a grove of beautiful old trees in sight of Amherst, known as "The Higginbotham Academy," is now owned by the Harrison family."


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1 (Alexander Brown, "The Cabells and Their Kin" (Boston and New York, 1895), p. 185.)
2 William Montgomery Sweeny, "Higginbotham Family of Virginia," William and Mary Quarterly, 1st Ser., XXVII, 123-125. **
* Mrs. Sweeney is a frequent contributor on genealogical subjects to this and other magazines.
** See "Genealogies of Virginia Families": From the William and Mary Quarterly Historical Magazine (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co.Inc., 1982), Vol. III, pp. 55-57.


Danville, VA - The Last Home of the Confederacy:
940 Grove Street. Grove Street Cemetery.Only a block from the Sutherlin Mansion, Grove Street Cemetery is Danville's first municipal burial ground. Essentially, it was a country cemetery when it was established south of town in the early 19th century. Its earliest surviving marked grave dates from 1833, and it is the resting place of many of the community's founders and earliest citizens. Grove Street holds the remains of a number of Confederate veterans, including Col. Joseph Robert Cabell and Benjamin Edward Cabell, sons of Gen. B.W.S. Cabell, a veteran of the War of 1812. Their plot is marked by a tall brownstone column. Another son, William Lewis Cabell, who settled in Texas after the War, distinguished himself as the only Danvillian to achieve the rank of General in the Confederacy. Also buried here is the infant daughter of Gen. and Mrs. John Hunt Morgan. Following his escape from Federal guards in Ohio, General Morgan - "The Thunderbolt of the Confederacy" spent time in Danville with Col. Robert Withers and his family.http://www.ci.danville.va.us/hist/histour4.htm


[S538] [S533]


                                                            _Nicholas CABELL of Warminster_+
                                                           | (1667 - 1730) m 1697          
                       _William CABELL Sr. "the Immigrant"_|
                      | (1698 - 1774) m 1726               |
                      |                                    |_Rachel HOOPER ________________
                      |                                      (1676 - 1737) m 1697          
 _William H. CABELL __|
| (1730 - 1798) m 1753|
|                     |                                     _Samuel BURKS I________________+
|                     |                                    | (1680 - 1756) m 1703          
|                     |_Elizabeth BURKS ___________________|
|                       (1708 - 1756) m 1726               |
|                                                          |_Mary DAVIS ___________________+
|                                                            (1685 - 1756) m 1703          
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|--Samuel Jordan CABELL 
|  (1756 - 1818)
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|_Margaret JORDAN ____|
  (1735 - ....) m 1753|
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[S2530]

[S533]

[S1117]

[S1846]

[S2530]

[S538]

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Mary FRIERSON

ABT 1745 - 1780

ID Number: I19353

  • RESIDENCE: Prince Frederick Par. Williamsburg Dist. Craven Co. SC
  • BIRTH: ABT 1745
  • DEATH: 1780, Salem, Sumter Dist. SC
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN: Z1BX-0X) [S621] [S985] [S620] [S2259]
Father: Thomas FRIERSON
Mother: Mary


Family 1 : Roger WILSON
  1.  Thomas WILSON
  2.  Robert WILSON
  3.  Mary WILSON
  4.  Elizabeth WILSON
  5.  William WILSON
  6.  Susan WILSON
  7.  Josiah WILSON
  8. +David WILSON
  9.  Samuel WILSON

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                       _(RESEARCH QUERY) FRIERSON of Williamsburg Dist. SC_|
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 _Thomas FRIERSON ____|
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|--Mary FRIERSON 
|  (1745 - 1780)
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Gideon GLENN

ABT 1692 - ____

ID Number: I76615

  • RESIDENCE: Accomac, Albemarle now Hanover Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1692
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2924]
Father: James GLENN II
Mother: Mourning WINN



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                       _James GLENN I "the Immigrant"___|
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 _James GLENN II______|
| (1664 - 1747) m 1689|
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|                     |_Elizabeth (Catherine) MITCHELL _|
|                       (1640 - ....)                   |
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|--Gideon GLENN 
|  (1692 - ....)
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|_Mourning WINN ______|
  (1668 - 1753) m 1689|
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Millard Hugh PACE

8 Dec 1887 - 16 Sep 1962

ID Number: I67332

  • RESIDENCE: of Johnson Co. TX
  • BIRTH: 8 Dec 1887, Texas
  • DEATH: 16 Sep 1962
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2162]
Father: William Isaac PACE
Mother: Amanda GATEWOOD


Notes


SS Record: Millard PACE Birth Date: 8 Dec 1887 Death Date: Sep 1962
Social Security Number: 451-01-5328
State or Territory Where Number Was Issued: Texas Actual Death Residence: Texas


LDS FGR says Willard Hugh Pace b DEC 1887 Texas, same parents.


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 _William Isaac PACE _|
| (1860 - 1939) m 1886|
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|--Millard Hugh PACE 
|  (1887 - 1962)
|                                                  _Henry GATEWOOD IV___+
|                                                 | (1781 - 1824) m 1805
|                      _Benjamin Dudley GATEWOOD _|
|                     | (1821 - 1902) m 1852      |
|                     |                           |_Amy QUISENBERRY ____+
|                     |                             (1780 - 1855) m 1805
|_Amanda GATEWOOD ____|
  (1864 - 1951) m 1886|
                      |                            _____________________
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                      |_Amanda B. BUCHANAN _______|
                        (1832 - 1897) m 1852      |
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Isaac SETTLE

1767 - AFT 1842

ID Number: I92536

  • RESIDENCE: Fauquier Co. VA and Elbert Co. GA and Lauderdale Co. MS
  • BIRTH: 1767, Fauquier Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: AFT 1842, Lauderdale Co. Mississippi
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2772]
Father: William SETTLE
Mother: Margaret HARBIN


Notes


Sarah ? (Wife) b. About 1772 Marriage: ABT 1790 in Elbert County, GA.
Children:
John Suttle b. 8 Dec 1792 in Elbert Co., GA.
Isaac G. Suttle b. 1794 in Elbert Co., GA
Charity Suttle b. 1796
Samuel Suttle b. 1800 in Elbert County, Georgia
James Harvey Suttle b. 12 Jan 1811 in Elbert Co., GA.


                                             _John SETTLE ________+
                                            | (1659 - 1738) m 1680
                       _Isaac SETTLE _______|
                      | (1695 - 1752) m 1726|
                      |                     |_Mary STROTHER ______
                      |                       (1664 - 1752) m 1680
 _William SETTLE _____|
| (1731 - 1839) m 1765|
|                     |                      _Maxfield BROWNE ____+
|                     |                     | (1665 - 1745)       
|                     |_Charity BROWNE _____|
|                       (1697 - 1752) m 1726|
|                                           |_Sarah NEWMAN _______+
|                                             (1670 - ....)       
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|--Isaac SETTLE 
|  (1767 - 1842)
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|_Margaret HARBIN ____|
  (1741 - 1839) m 1765|
                      |                      _____________________
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                      |_____________________|
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Michael Ferguson WEAVER


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