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Robert Howard CASH Jr.

ABT 1750 - 6 May 1782

ID Number: I4386

Father: Robert Howard CASH Sr.
Mother: Ruth ELPHINGSTONE


Family 1 : Tamasin "Tamsey" HIGGINBOTHAM
  1. +Barnett CASH
  2.  Pamelia CASH
  3.  Frances CASH
  4.  Samuel CASH
  5.  Sophie CASH

Notes


Deed Book E:38, Amherst Co. Va. 7 Sept. 1778. Robert Howard Cash and wife, Tamsey, to Hendrick Arnold, all of Amherst Co. for 150 Ibs, 545 acres willed to the said Robert Cash by his father, Robert Howard Cash, deceased. Patented to Robert Cash 3 Nov. 1750 at Williamsburg.


Settlement of his estate by William Sandidge and Tamsey. January 6th, 1807. Mr. Samuel Cash, Barnett Cash, Luke Ray and Richard Slaughter for ourselves and in behalf of our wives vis Luke Ray husband to Pamelia Cash, daughter of Robert Cash, dec'd, and the said Slaughter husband of Frances Cash daughter of the said decedant have this day received of William Sandidge and Tamsey his wife executor and executrix of Robert Cash dec'd vis:


I Samuel Cash have rec'd my full quota of land and three negroes Easter, Jinny and Jack, also my proportion of stock in full of my claim from my fathers est agreeable to his Will also which receipt includes all my interest in the estate of Aaron Higginbotham deceased.


I Barnett Cash also do agree I hav rec'd full in the said estate vis my interest in the land agreeable to my fathers Will also two negroes vis Tom and Milley also my full proportion of stocks in sd estates as above recited to.


I Luke Ray for myself and my wife late Pamelia Cash have rec'd also two negroes vis George and Amy also my full proportion of the stock in full of any claim which I may have vs the estate above recited to in consequence of my intermarriage with the said Pamelia Cash.


I Richard Slaughter for myself and my wife late Frances Cash have also rec'd three negroes vis Eve, Perry and Caroline also my full proportion of the stock in full of any claim vis the said estate above recited to which I may in any wise be entitled to in consequence of my intermarriage with my wife late Frances Cash, the afore mentioned property to be more fully understood being in full of all claim. The interest which we may have or be entitled to from the estate of Robert Cash, dec'd, and Aaron Higginbotham also dec'd. In witness whereof we have hereunto set our hands and seals the day and before mentioned.


Teste: Wiatt Smith, Samuel Cash, Joseph Higginbotham, Barnett Cash, Cornelius Sale, Luke Ray, Richard Smith, Richard Slaughter.


I Sophie Cash daughter of Robt Cash, dec'd, have also rec'd three negroes vis Joice, Parker, and Harriott also my full proportion of stock in full agreeable to the terms of the within receipt. Witnesseth my hand and seal this 6th day of January 1807.


Teste: Wiatt Smith, Sophia Cash, Joseph Higginbotham, Cornelius Sale, Richard Smith.


At a court held for Amherst County the 15th day of June 1807 these receipts were proven by the oaths of Wiatt Smith and Cornelius Sale witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded. BOOK K pp 582-583.


                                                __
                                               |  
                          _William CASH _______|
                         | (1653 - 1708) m 1675|
                         |                     |__
                         |                        
 _Robert Howard CASH Sr._|
| (1706 - 1772) m 1724   |
|                        |                      __
|                        |                     |  
|                        |_Elizabeth SKINNER? _|
|                          (1655 - ....) m 1675|
|                                              |__
|                                                 
|
|--Robert Howard CASH Jr.
|  (1750 - 1782)
|                                               __
|                                              |  
|                         _____________________|
|                        |                     |
|                        |                     |__
|                        |                        
|_Ruth ELPHINGSTONE _____|
  (1710 - ....) m 1724   |
                         |                      __
                         |                     |  
                         |_____________________|
                                               |
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[S453]

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Estella May FREEMAN

1 Mar 1858 - 19 Apr 1932

ID Number: I73151

  • RESIDENCE: NY and and IA and Snohomish Co. WA
  • BIRTH: 1 Mar 1858, Scriba, Oswego, New York
  • DEATH: 19 Apr 1932, Seattle, King, Washington
  • BURIAL: 23 Apr 1932, Harwood Cmtry, Arlington, Snohomish, Washington
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN: X93M-92)

Family 1 : Thomas Emmett MAJOR
  1.  Evilyn Lucille MAJOR

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Charles Timothy GRIFFING


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Harriett Jane HIGGINBOTHAM

21 Jan 1868 - 10 Feb 1934

ID Number: I21851

  • RESIDENCE: Mobile, AL and MS and Calcasieu now Beauregard Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: 21 Jan 1868, Mobile Co. Alabama
  • DEATH: 10 Feb 1934, Beauregard Parish, Louisiana
  • BURIAL: Hopewell Baptist Cemetery
  • RESOURCES: See: [S727] [S3673]
Father: George Washington HIGGINBOTHAM C.S.A.
Mother: Hannah Elizabeth BARROW



                                                                        _William HIGGINBOTHAM Sr.______+
                                                                       | (1788 - 1852) m 1810          
                                         _Moses HIGGINBOTHAM __________|
                                        | (1811 - 1849)                |
                                        |                              |_ STRICKLAND? _________________
                                        |                                (1790 - 1824) m 1810          
 _George Washington HIGGINBOTHAM C.S.A._|
| (1841 - ....) m 1863                  |
|                                       |                               _Burrell Green WHITTINGTON Jr._+
|                                       |                              | (1787 - 1860) m 1811          
|                                       |_Martha Harriett WHITTINGTON _|
|                                         (1815 - 1850)                |
|                                                                      |_Nancy WELLS __________________+
|                                                                        (1793 - 1860) m 1811          
|
|--Harriett Jane HIGGINBOTHAM 
|  (1868 - 1934)
|                                                                       _______________________________
|                                                                      |                               
|                                        ______________________________|
|                                       |                              |
|                                       |                              |_______________________________
|                                       |                                                              
|_Hannah Elizabeth BARROW ______________|
  (1847 - 1913) m 1863                  |
                                        |                               _______________________________
                                        |                              |                               
                                        |______________________________|
                                                                       |
                                                                       |_______________________________
                                                                                                       

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John E. HODGES

Apr 1869 - ____

ID Number: I78518

  • RESIDENCE: Lincoln Co. MS
  • BIRTH: Apr 1869
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2987]
Father: William Jackson HODGES
Mother: Martha Elizabeth PRICE


Notes


Spouse: Martha Olivia Moak Disc #19 Pin #485895

                                                                         _____________________
                                                                        |                     
                           _Amos HODGES ________________________________|
                          | (1814 - 1892)                               |
                          |                                             |_____________________
                          |                                                                   
 _William Jackson HODGES _|
| (1836 - 1922) m 1861    |
|                         |                                              _Samuel PRESTRIDGE __+
|                         |                                             | (1788 - ....)       
|                         |_Delaney PRESTRIDGE _________________________|
|                           (1814 - ....)                               |
|                                                                       |_____________________
|                                                                                             
|
|--John E. HODGES 
|  (1869 - ....)
|                                                                        _____________________
|                                                                       |                     
|                          _Nathan Emanuel PRICE _______________________|
|                         | (1815 - 1864)                               |
|                         |                                             |_____________________
|                         |                                                                   
|_Martha Elizabeth PRICE _|
  (1844 - 1923) m 1861    |
                          |                                              _Jessie MAXWELL _____+
                          |                                             | (1780 - 1864) m 1801
                          |_Amanda Melvina Priscilla Elizabeth MAXWELL _|
                            (1825 - 1903)                               |
                                                                        |_Priscilla KEES _____
                                                                          (1784 - 1833) m 1801

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Julius Franklin HOWELL C.S.A.

7 Jan 1846 - Jun 1948

ID Number: I105025

  • OCCUPATION: CSA Cpl 24th VA Cav. commander-in-chief of the national United Confederate Veterans.
  • RESIDENCE: Suffolk Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 7 Jan 1846, near the Holy Neck section of Suffolk Co. Virginia [521916]
  • DEATH: Jun 1948, Bristol, Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: notes Bio
Father: Edward HOWELL
Mother: Sarah Pipkin BARNES


Family 1 : Ida C. HINTON

Notes


"After fighting several hours, Gen. Ewell surrendered us. And thus I became a captive." - Julius Franklin Howell


SUFFOLK - Russell E. Darden's great-great-uncle Julius first reached out to him about 20 years ago, when a sudden stiff breeze blew through an old house in Southampton County.


Darden, a Civil War buff and a historian, was visiting an elderly friend, a man whose father had served in the war. He remembers looking up, startled, as a bedroom door blew open in the wind. On the back, framed in plastic, were photos of soldiers in Confederate uniforms.


Darden didn't know it then, but the breeze had pushed open a door to his family's past.


Several months later, with the faces of the men still haunting him, he returned to his friend's house and asked permission to examine the pictures again.


On the back of one faded daguerreotype, he found the name of Julius Franklin Howell, a corporal in the 24th Virginia Cavalry.



His great-great-uncle.


It took years for Darden to uncover the full story of Howell, the Civil War veteran who became a college president, addressed the U.S. Congress and lived for more than a century.


The most exciting moment came when he got a telephone call from a man at the University of Texas who had somehow heard of his quest for knowledge about his relative. In the university's archives was a recording of Howell on a wax cylinder -- made in 1944, Darden believes, when his uncle was 98.


On Sunday at Riddick's Folly House Museum on North Main Street visitors to Suffolk's Civil War Weekend can hear Howell's haunting account of the years between 1861 and 1865.


Displays Saturday and Sunday at Riddick's Folly, which was occupied at one point by Union forces, are only part of the weekend's activities. There will also be artists, noted authors, re-enactors in period costumes and tours, including a lantern tour though historic Cedar Hill Cemetery.


As for the authentic voice of a true Civil War veteran, Darden said he believes the audio recording may have been professionally made by Warner Brothers. Uncle Julius was great friends with Mary Pickford, the silent film star, who was part owner in the film company at the time.


Howell, his southeastern Virginia accent strong and clear on the recording, says, "I remember very well when John Brown tried to free the slaves."


He explains that he considers it a "distinct honor" to be recalling the war years, and he asks the listener to forgive him "if I make little mistakes," because "time has passed so rapidly."


Howell, who was born in 1846 near the Holy Neck section of Suffolk, in the Holland area, would likely enjoy being a part of the weekend in his hometown.


He was the youngest of 16 children, the son of a prominent Baptist minister. His daddy wouldn't allow him to join the army until he was 16<, he says in his account.


He saw action guarding the Blackwater River against Yankees until his regiment was called to help defend Richmond in 1864. By then, he was a corporal and courier for two generals.


In April 1865, Howell was taken prisoner at the battle of Sailor's Creek and was transported to Point Lookout, Md., a notorious Union prison. He was there when he heard about the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln.


"I arose pretty early," he says. "There were 20,000 of us there. I saw a flag pole, and a flag stopped halfway."


The youth, a slightly built man with bright red hair, knew what it meant.


"I stuck my head in a tent and said, 'Boys, there must be some big Yankee dead.' "


A guard told the men later that the president had been shot. Howell says he felt no hatred toward Lincoln, only kindness.


"We didn't fight for the preservation or extension of slavery," he says. "It was a great curse on this country that we had slavery. We fought for states' rights, for states' rights."


After the war, Howell taught at Reynoldson Institute in Gates County, N.C. He soon left teaching and went to the University of Pennsylvania, graduating with a history degree. From there, he went on to Harvard and got a doctorate in history.


Howell was a history professor at the University of Arkansas. He eventually headed the department. In 1901, he was named president of Virginia Intermont College in Bristol, where he served for 50 years.


Uncle Julius, said Darden, was forever loyal to the South. He became state commander of the Tennessee Confederate Veterans and, in 1940, was named commander-in-chief of the national United Confederate Veterans.


In 1942, Life magazine did a spread on Howell. Several photos of the old gentleman show him dressed in his Confederate uniform. Because legislators wanted to hear more from the Confederate veteran, Howell addressed the combined Congress of the United States in Washington in 1944, when he was 98, and Darden thinks that's when the tape was made.


Four years later, in February 1948, on his 102nd birthday, the city of Bristol threw a party. Mary Pickford and her family attended.


Howell, who had never been sick a day in his life, according to his great-great-nephew, died the following June.


By LINDA MCNATT, The Virginian-Pilot
c April 9, 2005
http://home.hamptonroads.com/stories/story.cfm?story=84525&ran=18 7608
Reach Linda McNatt at 222-5561 or linda.mcnatt@pilotonline.com


WANT TO GO?
Civil War Weekend is Saturday and Sunday in historic downtown Suffolk. Russell Darden will be at Riddick's Folly from 1 to 4 p.m. For more information, call (757) 923-3880 or visit www.Suffolk-Fun.com


Children Sex Birth
Elmo Howell M
Edward Howell M
Carrie Howell F
Esme Howell F
Jewel Howell F
Barnes Howell M
Finley Howell M 23 Jul 1871 in [city], Gates, NC, USA
Willey Howell M 1874 in [city], Gates, NC, USA


[521916]
was New Kent?


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 _Edward HOWELL _______|
| (1797 - 1879) m 1819 |
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|                            
|
|--Julius Franklin HOWELL C.S.A.
|  (1846 - 1948)
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|                      |     
|_Sarah Pipkin BARNES _|
  (1802 - 1847) m 1819 |
                       |   __
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Hon. Lafayette LANE

12 Nov 1842 - 23 Nov 1896

ID Number: I69235

  • TITLE: Hon.
  • OCCUPATION: State Rep 1864; Forty-fourth Congress Rep from Oregon 1875
  • RESIDENCE: IN; Roseburg, Douglas Co. OR
  • RELIGION: Catholic
  • BIRTH: 12 Nov 1842, Evansville, Vanderburgh Co. Indiana
  • DEATH: 23 Nov 1896, Roseburg, Douglas Co. Oregon
  • BURIAL: Catholic Cemetery, Roseburg, Oregon
  • RESOURCES: See: notes BIO
Father: Joseph LANE Gov. Terr. of Oregon
Mother: Polly Pierce (Pierre) HART


Notes


Lane, La Fayette (1842-1896) Son of Joseph Lane; uncle of Harry Lane. Born near Evansville, Vanderburgh County, Ind., November 12, 1842. Democrat. Member of Oregon state house of representatives, 1864; U.S. Representative from Oregon at-large, 1875-77. Catholic. Died November 23, 1896. Interment at Catholic Cemetery, Roseburg, Ore. See also: congressional biography.


LANE, La Fayette, 1842-1896: LANE, La Fayette, (son of Joseph Lane and uncle of Harry Lane), a Representative from Oregon; born near Evansville, Vanderburg County, Ind., November 12, 1842; attended the public schools at Washington, D.C., and at Stamford, Conn.; studied law; was admitted to the bar and commenced practice in Roseburg, Oreg.; member of the State house of representatives in 1864; code commissioner in 1874; elected as a Democrat to the Forty-fourth Congress to fill the vacancy caused by the death of George A. La Dow and served from October 25, 1875, to March 3, 1877; unsuccessful candidate for reelection in 1876 to the Forty-fifth Congress; resumed practice of law; died in Roseburg, Oreg., November 23, 1896; interment in the Catholic Cemetery.


                                                          _Jesse LANE __________+
                                                         | (1733 - 1806) m 1755 
                                    _John LANE __________|
                                   | (1769 - 1798)       |
                                   |                     |_Winifred AYCOCK _____+
                                   |                       (1741 - 1794) m 1755 
 _Joseph LANE Gov. Terr. of Oregon_|
| (1801 - 1881)                    |
|                                  |                      _James STREET ________
|                                  |                     | (1745 - ....)        
|                                  |_Elizabeth STREET ___|
|                                    (1772 - ....)       |
|                                                        |______________________
|                                                                               
|
|--Lafayette LANE 
|  (1842 - 1896)
|                                                         _Benjamin HART _______+
|                                                        | (1740 - ....) m 1758 
|                                   _John HART __________|
|                                  | (1760 - 1821)       |
|                                  |                     |_Nancy (Anne) MORGAN _+
|                                  |                       (1744 - 1840) m 1758 
|_Polly Pierce (Pierre) HART ______|
  (1802 - 1870)                    |
                                   |                      _Jesse LANE __________+
                                   |                     | (1733 - 1806) m 1755 
                                   |_Patience LANE ______|
                                     (1760 - 1821)       |
                                                         |_Winifred AYCOCK _____+
                                                           (1741 - 1794) m 1755 

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Dorothy Christine LINDSAY


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Alberta LUTER

8 Nov 1905 - ____

ID Number: I17935

  • RESIDENCE: Jackson, MS
  • BIRTH: 8 Nov 1905
  • RESOURCES: See: [S478]
Father: Hosea Davis LUTER
Mother: Rosa Belle GINN



                                                    _______________________
                                                   |                       
                       _James Monroe LUTER ________|
                      | (1860 - ....)              |
                      |                            |_______________________
                      |                                                    
 _Hosea Davis LUTER __|
| (1877 - 1918) m 1900|
|                     |                             _______________________
|                     |                            |                       
|                     |_Elnora DAVIS ______________|
|                       (1860 - ....)              |
|                                                  |_______________________
|                                                                          
|
|--Alberta LUTER 
|  (1905 - ....)
|                                                   _Newland Jack GINN ____+
|                                                  | (1827 - 1862) m 1854  
|                      _Lemuel Hugh GINN __________|
|                     | (1857 - 1918) m 1878       |
|                     |                            |_Louisa BULLOCK _______+
|                     |                              (1832 - 1925) m 1854  
|_Rosa Belle GINN ____|
  (1881 - 1956) m 1900|
                      |                             _Morgan Jackson CONEY _+
                      |                            | (1828 - 1870) m 1852  
                      |_Mary Eliza "Mollie" CONEY _|
                        (1859 - 1936) m 1878       |
                                                   |_Harriett A. ELLZEY ___+
                                                     (1831 - 1920) m 1852  

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Eliza MOSES

ABT 1814 - ABT 1894

ID Number: I94439

  • RESIDENCE: Columbus, GA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1814
  • DEATH: ABT 1894
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3477]

Family 1 : Raphael Jacob MOSES C.S.A.
  1.  Israel Moses Nunez MOSES C.S.A.
  2.  Albert Moses Luria MOSES C.S.A.
  3.  Raphael Jacob "Lea" MOSES Jr. C.S.N.
  4.  Isabel Adeline MOSES
  5.  Marie MOSES

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James Madison SHACKLEFORD

ABT 1820 - ____

ID Number: I25172

  • RESIDENCE: Johnson Co. MO.
  • BIRTH: ABT 1820
  • RESOURCES: See: [S553] [S1137]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) SHACKLEFORD of Virginia


Family 1 : Margaret Caroline HARRISON
  1. +Nancy Evaline SHACKLEFORD

Notes


Shacklefords had land adjoining James D. Bell's property in Johnson Co, MO. Joseph H. Bell deeded land to J. M. Shackleford.


Possibly same James Madison Shackleford with 2nd wife and family in 1880 census:
Household: 1880 Census Hazel Hill, Johnson Co. Missouri
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Jas. M. SHACKLEFORD Self M Male W 54 KY Farmer --- KY
Ellen SHACKLEFORD Wife M Female W 44 KY Keeping House KY VA
Harvey H. SHACKLEFORD Son S Male W 20 MO KY KY
Bettie SHACKLEFORD Dau S Female W 16 MO KY KY
Joseph H. SHACKLEFORD Son S Male W 14 MO KY KY
Simpson N. SHACKLEFORD Son S Male W 12 MO KY KY
Robert L. SHACKLEFORD Son S Male W 10 MO KY KY
Thomas B. SHACKLEFORD Son S Male W 5 MO KY KY
Ellvin SHACKLEFORD Son S Male W 3 MO KY KY


Source Information: 1880 Census Place Hazel Hill, Johnson, Missouri Family History Library Film 1254696 NA Film Number T9-0696 Page Number 356B


[S553]


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 _(RESEARCH QUERY) SHACKLEFORD of Virginia_|
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|                                                
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|--James Madison SHACKLEFORD 
|  (1820 - ....)
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|__________________________________________|
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William TINSLEY

16 Nov 1763 - 28 Feb 1835

ID Number: I50376

  • RESIDENCE: Caroline Co. VA and Shelby Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 16 Nov 1763, Caroline Co. VA
  • DEATH: 28 Feb 1835, Shelby Co. KY
  • RESOURCES: See: [S816] [S123]
Father: Joshua TINSLEY


Family 1 : Sarah SAMUEL

Notes


Children: - Anthony Tinsley, Thomas Tinsley, Archibald Tinsley, Ann Tinsley, Katherine(Kitty) Tinsley, William Tinsley, Mary Tinsley, Spencer Tinsley, Harrison Tinsley, Abner Tinsley, John J. Tinsley.

                                             _Thomas TINSLEY II___+
                                            | (1645 - 1715) m 1684
                       _Thomas S. TINSLEY __|
                      | (1694 - 1764) m 1716|
                      |                     |_Sarah JACKSON ______+
                      |                       (1665 - 1744) m 1684
 _Joshua TINSLEY _____|
| (1730 - 1815)       |
|                     |                      _Bartholomew VAWTER _+
|                     |                     | (1665 - 1717)       
|                     |_Margaret VAWTER ____|
|                       (1697 - 1741) m 1716|
|                                           |_Winifred HODGSON ___+
|                                             (1668 - 1717)       
|
|--William TINSLEY 
|  (1763 - 1835)
|                                            _____________________
|                                           |                     
|                      _____________________|
|                     |                     |
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_____________________|
                      |
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_____________________|
                                            |
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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