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David Harrison ALVIS

21 May 1821 - 16 Jan 1909

ID Number: I16883

  • OCCUPATION: CSA 22rd Texas Infantry Co. E. (Hubbard's)
  • RESIDENCE: Talledega & Clarke Cos. AL & Abt 1855 Hopkins Co. TX
  • BIRTH: 21 May 1821, Talledega Co. AL
  • DEATH: 16 Jan 1909, Hopkins Co. TX
  • BURIAL: Harmony Cem. Hopkins Co. TX
  • RESOURCES: See: [S315] [S474] [S956]
Father: David ALVIS III
Mother: Elizabeth DEQUARE (DEQUOIRE)


Family 1 : Mary Jane
  1. +Mary E. ALVIS
  2.  John Calhoun ALVIS
  3.  Minerva ALVIS
  4.  Catherine A. ALVIS
  5.  Julia E. ALVIS

Notes


David Harrison Alvis who moved to Hopkins Co. Texas between 1855-1860. On the 1850 Census of Talladega, AL he is listed as shoemaker and also on the 1860 and 1870 census of Hopkins Co. TX. The 1880 census of Hopkins Co. lists him as a farmer. His RE Value in 1860 was $200 and personal prop @ $200.


David Harrison's next door neighbor in Hopkins Co., 1860, was Zachariah B. Alvis and all 10 of his kids.


He Received Confederate Pension, approved 8 Feb 1900.
Applied age 78, 23 Jun 1899.
Stated he Served Co. D, 12th Batalion, 6 months.
Gave real & personal property value as one poney $30; one buggy $15; 8 cows & calves $60; 6 pigs $6; and 2 hogs $4. Stated he sold 70 acres about 2 yrs ago.


David Harrison served in the 22rd Texas Infantry (Hubbard's) C. S. A. active duty 6 months released to pursue his occupation as shoemaker. Served Co. E from early 1862 to its surrender on May 26, 1865. He is listed as being on detached duty at Wood county, Texas as a shoemaker in April 1862.


                                                       _David ALVIS (OLVIS) I________________________________________+
                                                      | (1714 - 1787) m 1739                                         
                                 _David ALVIS II______|
                                | (1748 - 1814) m 1768|
                                |                     |_Elizabeth STANLEY? __________________________________________+
                                |                       (1718 - 1789) m 1739                                         
 _David ALVIS III_______________|
| (1781 - 1848) m 1807          |
|                               |                      _(RESEARCH QUERY) CAUTHORN (CAWTHON) of Hanover & Fluvanna VA_
|                               |                     |                                                              
|                               |_Mary CAUTHON _______|
|                                 (1750 - 1784) m 1768|
|                                                     |______________________________________________________________
|                                                                                                                    
|
|--David Harrison ALVIS 
|  (1821 - 1909)
|                                                      ______________________________________________________________
|                                                     |                                                              
|                                _____________________|
|                               |                     |
|                               |                     |______________________________________________________________
|                               |                                                                                    
|_Elizabeth DEQUARE (DEQUOIRE) _|
  (1784 - 1853) m 1807          |
                                |                      ______________________________________________________________
                                |                     |                                                              
                                |_____________________|
                                                      |
                                                      |______________________________________________________________
                                                                                                                     

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Alyce BALL

ABT 1737 - 1823

ID Number: I93387

  • RESIDENCE: Caroline and Amherst Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1737, Caroline Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 1823, Amherst Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2987]
Father: Valentine BALL
Mother: Susanna LEWIS


Family 1 : Augustine W. WRIGHT

                                             _____________________
                                            |                     
                       _Edward BALL ________|
                      | (1670 - 1726) m 1695|
                      |                     |_____________________
                      |                                           
 _Valentine BALL _____|
| (1715 - ....) m 1733|
|                     |                      _____________________
|                     |                     |                     
|                     |_Keziah WILLIAMSON __|
|                       (1674 - 1736) m 1695|
|                                           |_____________________
|                                                                 
|
|--Alyce BALL 
|  (1737 - 1823)
|                                            _John LEWIS III______+
|                                           | (1635 - 1690) m 1660
|                      _Zachary LEWIS I_____|
|                     | (1673 - ....) m 1695|
|                     |                     |_Isabella MILLER ____+
|                     |                       (1640 - 1703) m 1660
|_Susanna LEWIS ______|
  (1717 - 1758) m 1733|
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_Mary WALKER ________|
                        (1677 - 1725) m 1695|
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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Mary Elizabeth FISHER

ABT 1743 - ____

ID Number: I77466

  • RESIDENCE: Orange Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1743
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2521]

Family 1 : Nicholas WILHOIT
  1. +Nancy WILHOIT

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Ann Druscilla GATEWOOD

18 Aug 1881 - ____

ID Number: I64862

  • RESIDENCE: of VA
  • BIRTH: 18 Aug 1881
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2453]
Father: Richard Emmett GATEWOOD
Mother: Nannie Belle COWLES



                                                   _Travers GATEWOOD ___+
                                                  | (1788 - 1833) m 1812
                            _Richard F. GATEWOOD _|
                           | (1817 - 1859) m 1842 |
                           |                      |_Ann NEWBILL ________+
                           |                        (1795 - 1835) m 1812
 _Richard Emmett GATEWOOD _|
| (1850 - ....) m 1873     |
|                          |                       _____________________
|                          |                      |                     
|                          |_Virginia BUSH _______|
|                            (1813 - 1878) m 1842 |
|                                                 |_____________________
|                                                                       
|
|--Ann Druscilla GATEWOOD 
|  (1881 - ....)
|                                                  _____________________
|                                                 |                     
|                           ______________________|
|                          |                      |
|                          |                      |_____________________
|                          |                                            
|_Nannie Belle COWLES _____|
  (1851 - ....) m 1873     |
                           |                       _____________________
                           |                      |                     
                           |______________________|
                                                  |
                                                  |_____________________
                                                                        

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Thomas G. GREENFIELD

ABT 1780 - ____

ID Number: I68183

  • RESIDENCE: Todd Co. KY
  • BIRTH: ABT 1780
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1921]

Family 1 : Elsey BOWMAN
  1.  Mary L. GREENFIELD

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Margaret MANSFIELD


This person is presumed living.

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Ann MERIWETHER

1694 - 1785

ID Number: I29487

  • RESIDENCE: Albemarle & Louisa Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: 1694, Albemarle Co VA
  • DEATH: 1785, Louisa Co. VA
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1140] [S1489] [S1117] [S1615]
Father: Nicholas MERIWETHER II
Mother: Elizabeth CRAWFORD


Family 1 : Thomas JOHNSON
  1. +Nicolas JOHNSON
Family 2 : John COSBY

Notes


widow of Johnson; Mary Ann Johnson; Her will was probated Mar 9, 1785.
BIRTH! From "Lewises, Meriwethers and Their Kin" by Sarah Travers Lewis (Scott) Anderson, Genealogical Publishing Co, Inc., Baltimore (1984). Abt. 15 Jul 1690 in Goochland Co, VA.



                                                                  _________________________________
                                                                 |                                 
                          _Nicholas I MERIWETHER "the Immigrant"_|
                         | (1631 - 1678) m 1655                  |
                         |                                       |_________________________________
                         |                                                                         
 _Nicholas MERIWETHER II_|
| (1667 - 1744) m 1687   |
|                        |                                        _Henry WOODHOUSE "the Immigrant"_+
|                        |                                       | (1608 - 1655) m 1629            
|                        |_Elizabeth WOODHOUSE __________________|
|                          (1635 - 1692) m 1655                  |
|                                                                |_Mary or Judith CARTER? _________
|                                                                  (1608 - ....) m 1629            
|
|--Ann MERIWETHER 
|  (1694 - 1785)
|                                                                 _JOHN CRAWFORD "the Immigrant"___+
|                                                                | (1600 - 1676)                   
|                         _David CRAWFORD I "the Immigrant"______|
|                        | (1625 - 1689) m 1649                  |
|                        |                                       |_MARGARET BLAIR _________________+
|                        |                                         (1603 - ....)                   
|_Elizabeth CRAWFORD ____|
  (1654 - 1744) m 1687   |
                         |                                        _________________________________
                         |                                       |                                 
                         |_Jane__________________________________|
                            m 1649                               |
                                                                 |_________________________________
                                                                                                   

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Gen.and Rev. William Nelson PENDLETON C.S.A.

26 Dec 1809 - 15 Jan 1883

ID Number: I27117

General William Nelson Pendleton
  • TITLE: Gen.and Rev.
  • OCCUPATION: C.S.A. Gen ANV; Minister & Teacher
  • RESIDENCE: Richmond & Lexington, Rockbridge Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 26 Dec 1809, Richmond Virginia
  • DEATH: 15 Jan 1883, Lexington, Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: notes [S1000] [S757] [S1940] [S2103] [S2648]
Father: Edmund A. PENDLETON Jr.
Mother: Lucy NELSON


Family 1 : Anzolette Elizabeth PAGE
  1. +Susan PENDLETON
  2.  Mary Nelson PENDLETON
  3.  Rose Page PENDLETON
  4.  Alexander Swift "Sandie" PENDLETON C.S.A.
  5.  Nancy Page PENDLETON
  6.  Hughella PENDLETON

Notes


Rev. Pendleton was elected Captain of the Rockbridge Artillery on May 1, 1861. It was the guns of this battery that he named Matthew, Mark, Luke and John and he would pray for the Unionists about to die just before he would give the command to fire. He soon was promoted to Colonel and chief of artilery for General Joseph E. Johnston. In March 1862, he was promoted to Brigadier General. He was retained as chief of artillery when Lee replaced Johnston and formed the Army of Northern Virginia. After the War he returned to his position as rector of Grace church and received his doctor of divinity degree in 1868.


See, "Memoirs of William Nelson Pendleton, D.D." pub. Philadelphia, 1893 by Susan Pendleton Lee.


From Sierra Family Tree Research Center - "Confederate Generals". Pre-War Profession West Point 1830, resigned 1833, teacher, minister.
War Service 1861 Capt. of Rockbridge Artillery, March 1862 Brig. Gen., served from First Manassas to Appotomattox, was chief of artillery of the ANV for much of the time, later in command of the reserve ordanance. Post war Career Minister.


Brigadier-General William Nelson Pendleton, of Virginia, like Bishop Polk, of the Western army, entered the service of the Confederacy from the service of the church. He was born at Lexington, Va., December 23, 1809, and was appointed to the United States military academy in 1826, where he formed a close friendship with R. E. Lee and Jefferson Davis. He was graduated in 1830 and began service in the garrison at Augusta, Ga., with the rank of second lieutenant of artillery. Subsequently he served one year as assistant professor of mathematics at West Point, and with the artillery at Fort Hamilton, until 1833, when he resigned and became professor of mathematics
in Bristol college, Pa., later becoming connected with the faculty of Delaware college. In 1837 he became a clergyman in the Episcopal church, in which he continued with distinction during the remainder of his life, receiving the degree of doctor of divinity. During the period of 1861-65, however, his talents were given to the defense of Virginia and the Confederacy. He entered the service as captain of a Lexington company, and in a few weeks was commissioned captain, corps of artillery, C. S.A. He served in command of the Rockbridge artillery until a short time before the battle of First Manassas, when he was promoted colonel and made chief of artillery of the army under Gen. Joseph E. Johnston. Arriving on the field of Manassas with Johnston's command, he promptly brought his artillery into action in support of the Confederate left, where the battle was raging the hottest, and rendered effective service. It is told that he paused before his first order to fire to say with solemn reverence, "Lord, have mercy on their souls." From this time he continued in command of the artillery under Johnston, with promotion to the rank of brigadier-general, and after Lee took charge of the army of Northern Virginia, he served under him in the same capacity until the close of the war. Before the Pennsylvania campaign he had given the artillery an excellent organization, and under his direction it rendered telling service in the great artillery duels at Gettysburg. Through the remainder of the struggle he did his duty with devotion, and in the final retreat from Petersburg brought off his guns, making gallant stands against the enemy at Rice's Station and Farmville. During the night of April 8th, part of his command, under General Walker, was captured. On the 9th the artillery took part in a spirited attack upon the enemy, but hostilities were soon arrested, and he, with General
Longstreet and General Gordon, represented the Confederate army in arranging the details of the surrender. Meanwhile, General Pendleton had continued to hold his ministerial charge at Lexington, and while on military duty had exercised his spiritual privileges. After the war he resumed his post at Lexington, where General Lee was a vestryman of his parish. He represented Virginia in the general convention of his church, both before and after the war, and received the degree of doctor of divinity in 1868. His only son, Col. "Sandie" Pendleton, was a member of Stonewall Jackson's staff, and fell mortally wounded at the battle of Winchester, in September, 1864. General Pendleton passed away January 15, 1883. CMH, vol. 3.


"BRIG. GENERAL) WILLIAM NELSON PENDLETON entered the service of the Confederacy from the service of the Church. He was appointed to the U.S. Military Academy in 1826, where he formed a close relationship with Robert E. Lee and Jefferson Davis. He was graduated in 1830 and began service at the garrison at Atlanta Georgia, with the rank of second lieutenant of artillery. He served one year as assistant professor of mathematics at West Point, and with the artillery at Ft. Hamilton until 1833, when he resigned and became a professor of mathematics in Bristol college, Pa., later becoming connected with the faculty of Delaware college. In 1837 he became a clergyman in the Episcopal church, in which he continued with distinction during the remainder of his life, receiving the degree of doctor of divinity. During the period of 1861-65 however, his talents were given to the defense of Virginia and the Confederacy. He entered the service as captain of a Lexington company and in a few weeks was commissioned captain, corps of artillery, C.S.A. He served in command of the Rockbridge artillery until a short time before the first battle of Manassas, when he was promoted to Colonel and made chief of artillery of the army under General Joseph E. Johnston. Arriving on the field of Manassas with Johnston's command, he promptly brought his artillery into action in support of the Confederate left, where the battle was raging the hottest, and rendered effective service. It is told he paused before his first order to fire to say with solemn reverence, "Lord preserve the soul while I destroy the body." From this time he continued in command of the artillery under Johnston, with promotion to the rank of Brigadier General, and after Lee took charge of the army of Northern Virginia, he served under him in the same capacity until the close of the war. Before the Pennsylvania campaign he had given the artillery an excellent organization, and under his direction it rendered telling service in the great artillery duels at Gettysburg. Through the remainder of the struggle he did his duty with devotion, and in the final retreat from Petersburg brought off his guns, making gallant stands against the enemy at Rice's Station and Farmville. During the night of April 8th, part of his command, under General Walker, was captured. On the 9th the artillery took part in a spirited attack on the enemy, but hostilities were soon arrested, and he, with General Longstreet and General Gordon, represented the Confederate army in arranging the details of the surrender. After the war he resumed his post in Lexington, where General Lee was a vestryman in his church. He received the degree of doctor of divinity in 1868. His only son, Colonel "Sandie" Pendleton, was a member of Stonewall Jackson's staff, and fell mortally wounded at the battle of Winchester, in September, 1864. General Pendleton passed away January 5,1883."


PENDLETON, William Nelson, Born December 26 1809, Richmond VA
Died January 15 1883, Lexington VA
Pre-War Profession West Point 1830, resigned 1833, teacher, minister. War Service 1861 Capt. of Rockbridge Artillery, March 1862 Brig. Gen., served from First Manassas to Appotomattox, was chief of artillery of the ANV for much of the time, later in command of the reserve ordnance.
Post War Career Minister.
Notes After the war, R E Lee served on his vestry.


PENDLETON,William Nelson, clergyman and soldier, was born in Richmond, Va., Dec. 26, 1809; son of Edmund, Jr., of Caroline County, Va., [p.264] and Lucy (Nelson) Pendleton, and a descendant of Philip and Isabella (Hurt) Pendleton, who came from Norwich, England, to Virginia in 1674, and of Thomas Nelson ("Scotch Tom") who came from Penrith, England, to Virginia in 1705. He was graduated from the U.S. Military academy and promoted brevet 2d lieutenant and 2d lieutenant, 2d artillery, July 1, 1830. He was assistant professor of mathematics at the academy, 1831-32; was transferred to the 4th artillery, Oct. 27, 1832; was in garrison at Fort Hamilton, N.Y., 1832-33, and resigned his commission in the army, Oct. 31, 1833, to accept the chair of mathematics in Bristol college, Penn. He was professor at Delaware college, Newark, Del., 1837-38; was admitted to the diaconate of the P.E. church in 1837, and to the priesthood in 1838. In 1838 he established the Episcopal high school at Alexandria, Va., and was its principal, 1838-44. He was in Baltimore, Md., 1844-47; rector of All Saint's church, Frederick, Md., 1847-53; rector of Latimer parish, Lexington, 1853-61, and upon the outbreak of the civil war joined the Confederate army as captain of the Rockbridge artillery. He was promoted to the rank of colonel and appointed chief of artillery to Gen. Joseph E. Johnston commanding the Army of the Shenandoah, and served as such from July 21, 1861, to the close of the war. He was commissioned brigadier-general in March, 1862, and commanded the reserve artillery in the Maryland campaign and at Sharpsburg, Sept. 15, 1862. At Gettysburg, July 1-3, 1863, he was commander-in-chief of all the artillery, consisting of the horse-artillery and of 15 battalions of four batteries each, and directed the Confederate artillery in the duel with the Federal, preceding the charge of Pickett's division. At the surrender at Appomattox be was appointed with Generals Longstreet and Gordon to carry out the terms of surrender. In 1865 he returned to his parish at Lexington, Va., where he remained as rector until his death. He was a founder of Grace Memorial church, erected to the memory of Gen. Robert E. Lee, for which he raised the money by delivering lectures on the war throughout the South. His statements in regard to the failure of Longstreet to commence the attack on the morning of the second day of the battle, were accepted by President Davis, but denied by General Longstreet, and led to an unsettled historical controversy. (See "Lee's Right Wing at Gettysburg" by James Longstreet in "Battles and Leaders of the Civil War," Vol. III, pp. 339-56). The honorary degree of D.D. was conferred upon him by Kenyon college. Ohio, in 1857. He is the author of: Science, a Witness for the Bible (1860). He died in Lexington, Va., Jan. 15, 1883. (Src: Biographies of Notable Americans, 1904)


Lee, Susan P Memoirs of William Nelson Pendleton
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good/no dj. head and bottom of spine professionally mended. 1st ed brown cloth x-library w/ faded numbers on spine, rubberstamps to title, endpapers; bookplate. binding strong & sound. shelfwear. Publisher: J. B. Lippincott Philadelphia 1893 Keywords: U. S. Civil War Confederacy $275.00


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[United States] Philadelphia J. B. Lippincott 1893 1st ed Howes L 220; Dornbush II-3040; Pendleton was the Rector of Latimer Parish, Lexington, Virginia; Brigadier-General C.S.A.; Chief of Artillery, Army of Northern Virginia; the author was his daughter; frontis; fep loose; a small piece has been removed from the title and contents pages and a larger piece removed from the preface, none affecting the text; a similar corner has been removed from the four pages of the index; it looks like someone needed a ...



[S1940]


                                                       _John PENDLETON Judge________________+
                                                      | (1719 - 1799) m 1744                
                           _Edmund PENDLETON Sr.______|
                          | (1744 - 1827) m 1764      |
                          |                           |_Phoebe? JAMES ______________________+
                          |                             (1720 - 1761) m 1744                
 _Edmund A. PENDLETON Jr._|
| (1774 - 1847)           |
|                         |                            _Joseph POLLARD _____________________+
|                         |                           | (1701 - 1791) m 1724                
|                         |_Mildred "Millie" POLLARD _|
|                           (1747 - 1827) m 1764      |
|                                                     |_Priscilla HOOMES ___________________+
|                                                       (1702 - 1794) m 1724                
|
|--William Nelson PENDLETON C.S.A.
|  (1809 - 1883)
|                                                      _William NELSON Dominion of Virginia_+
|                                                     | (1711 - 1772) m 1737                
|                          _Hugh NELSON ______________|
|                         | (1750 - 1800)             |
|                         |                           |_Elizabeth "Betty" BURWELL __________+
|                         |                             (1719 - ....) m 1737                
|_Lucy NELSON ____________|
  (1778 - ....)           |
                          |                            _____________________________________
                          |                           |                                     
                          |___________________________|
                                                      |
                                                      |_____________________________________
                                                                                            

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[S757]

[S1940]

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Richard Sterling TALIAFERRO

12 Jun 1807 - ____

ID Number: I31033

  • RESIDENCE: VA
  • BIRTH: 12 Jun 1807
  • RESOURCES: See: [S180]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) TALIAFERRO of old Virginia


Family 1 : Ann Margaret WATKINS

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 _(RESEARCH QUERY) TALIAFERRO of old Virginia_|
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|                                                |
|                                                |__
|                                                   
|
|--Richard Sterling TALIAFERRO 
|  (1807 - ....)
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|                                             |     
|_____________________________________________|
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Sir THOMAS WINSTANLEYE Knt. of Winstanlege

____ - ____

ID Number: I80783

  • TITLE: Sir
  • RESIDENCE: ENG
  • BIRTH: of Winstanlege, Lancashire, England
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3057]

Family 1 :
  1. +ISABEL WINSTANLEYE

Notes


Spouse unknown.

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