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Capt. John BUSHROD

30 Jan 1663 - 25 Feb 1719

ID Number: I63641

  • TITLE: Capt.
  • RESIDENCE: Gloucester & Westmoreland Cos. VA
  • BIRTH: 30 Jan 1663, Gloucester Co. VA
  • DEATH: 25 Feb 1719, Bushfield, Westmoreland Co. VA
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN: 10ZL-0GD) [S2416] [S3099]
Father: Richard BUSHROD "the Immigrant"
Mother: Apphia HUGHS


Family 1 : Hannah KEENE
  1. +Apphia Keene BUSHROD
  2. +Elizabeth BUSHROD

Notes


01 Jan 1719 will Westmoreland Co. VA.
Children:
Elizabeth BUSHROD b: ABT 1698 + William MERIWETHER b: ABT 1688 d: ABT 1756
Sarah BUSHROD b: AFT 1703 d: AFT 1739 + Unknown BERRYMAN
John BUSHROD b: AFT 1700 + Jenny CORBIN
Richard BUSHROD b: ABT 1695
Thomas BUSHROD b: ABT 1699 d: BEF 1738
Apphia BUSHROD b: ABT 1693 + William FAUNTLEROY b: ABT 1684 d: ABT 1757


                                      __
                                     |  
                                   __|
                                  |  |
                                  |  |__
                                  |     
 _Richard BUSHROD "the Immigrant"_|
| (1626 - 1668) m 1654            |
|                                 |   __
|                                 |  |  
|                                 |__|
|                                    |
|                                    |__
|                                       
|
|--John BUSHROD 
|  (1663 - 1719)
|                                     __
|                                    |  
|                                  __|
|                                 |  |
|                                 |  |__
|                                 |     
|_Apphia HUGHS ___________________|
  (1631 - ....) m 1654            |
                                  |   __
                                  |  |  
                                  |__|
                                     |
                                     |__
                                        

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[S2416]

[S3099]


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Nicholas EDMUNDS Jr.

ABT 1832 - ____

ID Number: I32182

  • RESIDENCE: Charlotte Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1832
  • RESOURCES: See: [S180]
Father: Nicholas EDMUNDS Sr.
Mother: Jane Watkins DUPUY


Notes


never married.

                                                   _________________________
                                                  |                         
                        __________________________|
                       |                          |
                       |                          |_________________________
                       |                                                    
 _Nicholas EDMUNDS Sr._|
| (1780 - ....) m 1807 |
|                      |                           _________________________
|                      |                          |                         
|                      |__________________________|
|                                                 |
|                                                 |_________________________
|                                                                           
|
|--Nicholas EDMUNDS Jr.
|  (1832 - ....)
|                                                  _John Bartholomew DUPUY _+
|                                                 | (1722 - 1791) m 1753    
|                       _John DUPUY ______________|
|                      | (1756 - 1832)            |
|                      |                          |_Esther GUERRANT ________+
|                      |                            (1735 - 1760) m 1753    
|_Jane Watkins DUPUY __|
  (1790 - 1870) m 1807 |
                       |                           _Joel WATKINS ___________
                       |                          | (1730 - ....)           
                       |_Mary "Polly" W. WATKINS _|
                         (1766 - 1840)            |
                                                  |_Agnes MORTON ___________+
                                                    (1746 - 1814)           

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[S180]


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Uriah EDWARDS Jr.

14 Apr 1754 - 18 Sep 1831

ID Number: I80161

  • RESIDENCE: of Spotsylvania Co. VA and Franklin Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 14 Apr 1754, Crown Colony, Spotsylvania Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 18 Sep 1831, Marksville, Avoyelles Parish, Louisiana
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3039]
Father: Uriah EDWARDS Sr.
Mother: Mildred "Milley" HEAD


Family 1 : Elizabeth PEMBERTON
  1.  Bennett EDWARDS

Notes


2 Uriah EDWARDS b: 14 APR 1754 d: Aft 1816 + Elizabeth PEMBERTON b: WFT Est. 1741-1764 d: WFT Est. 1785-1852.


There is a record of a personal property sale, between Uriah Edwards, Jr. and what appears to be his relatives, John and Bennett Edwards; taken from Deed Book C - Franklin County, Kentucky - page 251.


IGI records for VA & Woodford Co. Marriage book..Also Found in "Forks of the Elkhorn Church", p. 128 Had several children and moved to Henry Co. by 1815.


John,( m. Polly Martin), Uriah, Bennett, Elizabeth, Fielding, William (m. Eliz Marshall, Henry County. 1818) and Moses.


Children:


2 Elizabeth C. EDWARDS b: WFT Est. 1775-1797 d: WFT Est. 1816-1884 + George WARD b: WFT Est. 1766-1796 d: WFT Est. 1806-1878 + William MARSHALL b: WFT Est. 1759-1791 d: WFT Est. 1816-1878
2 William EDWARDS b: WFT Est. 1775-1800 d: WFT Est. 1823-1884 + Elizabeth C. MARSHALL b: WFT Est. 1774-1801 d: 29 AUG 1853
2 John EDWARDS b: WFT Est. 1775-1803 d: WFT Est. 1808-1882 + Polly MARTIN b: WFT Est. 1774-1810 d: WFT Est. 1808-1890
2 Fielding EDWARDS b: WFT Est. 1775-1803 d: WFT Est. 1781-1882
2 Moses EDWARDS b: WFT Est. 1775-1803 d: WFT Est. 1781-1882
2 Benjamin EDWARDS b: WFT Est. 1775-1803
2 Uriah EDWARDS b: 25 FEB 1781 d: WFT Est. 1825-1873 + Sally UNDERWOOD + Nancy CHURCH b: WFT Est. 1766-1792 d: 20 MAY 1852




                                                           _____________________
                                                          |                     
                          _John EDWARDS "the Immigrant"___|
                         | (1683 - 1757) m 1712           |
                         |                                |_____________________
                         |                                                      
 _Uriah EDWARDS Sr.______|
| (1714 - 1781) m 1749   |
|                        |                                 _Thomas ARRINGTON ___
|                        |                                | (1650 - ....)       
|                        |_Jane T. ARRINGTON (EVRIEGTON) _|
|                          (1690 - ....) m 1712           |
|                                                         |_Elizabeth MONROE ___+
|                                                           (1657 - ....)       
|
|--Uriah EDWARDS Jr.
|  (1754 - 1831)
|                                                          _____________________
|                                                         |                     
|                         _Henry HEAD ____________________|
|                        | (1695 - 1765)                  |
|                        |                                |_____________________
|                        |                                                      
|_Mildred "Milley" HEAD _|
  (1725 - 1813) m 1749   |
                         |                                 _Alexander SPENCE ___+
                         |                                | (1656 - 1716) m 1686
                         |_Frances SPENCE ________________|
                           (1700 - 1740)                  |
                                                          |_Elizabeth BROWNE ___+
                                                            (1665 - 1720) m 1686

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Nancy GREGORY

1798 - 11 Sep 1872

ID Number: I72924

Father: Smith GREGORY
Mother: Martha "Patty" VAUGHAN


Family 1 : Wiley C. HATTON

Notes


"Nancy Gregory b: 1798 d: September 11, 1872 +John Newton b: Abt. 1805 m: September 16, 1830 in Mecklenberg Co., VA."


Wiley Hatton and wife, Nancy named in Settlement of Smith Gregory's estate in 1832. [S1917] [S2775]

[365240]
LDS: d. 13 Dec 1895


                                                 _Richard GREGORY III_____+
                                                | (1695 - 1742) m 1727    
                           _Richard W. GREGORY _|
                          | (1730 - 1812)       |
                          |                     |_Agnes WEST _____________+
                          |                       (1700 - ....) m 1727    
 _Smith GREGORY __________|
| (1760 - 1832) m 1782    |
|                         |                      _Zachariah OVERBEY ______
|                         |                     | (1720 - 1787)           
|                         |_Margaret OVERBEY ___|
|                           (1745 - ....)       |
|                                               |_Millarson VAUGHAN ______+
|                                                 (1733 - ....)           
|
|--Nancy GREGORY 
|  (1798 - 1872)
|                                                _William Thomas VAUGHAN _+
|                                               | (1705 - 1786) m 1730    
|                          _Samuel VAUGHAN _____|
|                         | (1740 - ....) m 1760|
|                         |                     |_Mary Julia GREEN _______
|                         |                       (1710 - ....) m 1730    
|_Martha "Patty" VAUGHAN _|
  (1763 - 1834) m 1782    |
                          |                      _________________________
                          |                     |                         
                          |_Prudence HOOD ______|
                            (1740 - 1833) m 1760|
                                                |_________________________
                                                                          

Sources

[S1917]

[S2658]

[S2775]

[S3797]

[S1917]

[S2775]


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Thomas GRIFFIN

ABT 1690 - ____

ID Number: I85528

  • RESIDENCE: Richmond Co. VA
  • OCCUPATION: Burgess of Richmond Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1690
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2285]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) GRIFFIN


Family 1 :
  1.  Alice Corbin GRIFFIN

                                __
                               |  
                             __|
                            |  |
                            |  |__
                            |     
 _(RESEARCH QUERY) GRIFFIN _|
|                           |
|                           |   __
|                           |  |  
|                           |__|
|                              |
|                              |__
|                                 
|
|--Thomas GRIFFIN 
|  (1690 - ....)
|                               __
|                              |  
|                            __|
|                           |  |
|                           |  |__
|                           |     
|___________________________|
                            |
                            |   __
                            |  |  
                            |__|
                               |
                               |__
                                  

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Kitty G. HAYNES

ABT 1820 - ____

ID Number: I47720

  • RESIDENCE: Amherst Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1820
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1639]
Father: William HAYNES
Mother: Catherine "Kitty" ESTES



                                                                  _William R. HAYNES Jr._+
                                                                 | (1740 - 1827) m 1764  
                            _Charles Ellis "Old Charley" HAYNES _|
                           | (1765 - 1840) m 1786                |
                           |                                     |_Hannah ELLIS _________+
                           |                                       (1741 - 1791) m 1764  
 _William HAYNES __________|
| (1788 - 1849)            |
|                          |                                      _John GOODRICH ________
|                          |                                     | (1740 - ....)         
|                          |_Nancy GOODRICH _____________________|
|                            (1766 - 1827) m 1786                |
|                                                                |_______________________
|                                                                                        
|
|--Kitty G. HAYNES 
|  (1820 - ....)
|                                                                 _______________________
|                                                                |                       
|                           _(RESEARCH QUERY) ESTES _____________|
|                          |                                     |
|                          |                                     |_______________________
|                          |                                                             
|_Catherine "Kitty" ESTES _|
  (1802 - 1872)            |
                           |                                      _______________________
                           |                                     |                       
                           |_____________________________________|
                                                                 |
                                                                 |_______________________
                                                                                         

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Martha Bibb KEY

2 Oct 1759 - 16 Apr 1853

ID Number: I40866

  • RESIDENCE: Albemarle Co. VA and Montgomery Co. KY
  • BIRTH: 2 Oct 1759, Albemarle Co. Virginia
  • DEATH: 16 Apr 1853, Montgomery Co. Kentucky
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS (AFN:HRH2-13) [S734] [S2373]
Father: Martin Tandy KEY I
Mother: Nancy Ann BIBB


Family 1 : John WHITE
  1.  Ann Bibb WHITE
  2. +Jesse M. Key WHITE
  3.  Edmond Pendleton WHITE
  4.  William F. WHITE
  5.  Edmund Pendleton WHITE

                                             _Martin KEY I________+
                                            | (1670 - 1706)       
                       _John Waller KEY ____|
                      | (1696 - 1764) m 1713|
                      |                     |_____________________
                      |                                           
 _Martin Tandy KEY I__|
| (1715 - 1791) m 1742|
|                     |                      _Henry Nappa TANDY __+
|                     |                     | (1660 - 1703) m 1684
|                     |_Martha Ann TANDY ___|
|                       (1685 - 1732) m 1713|
|                                           |_Priscilla COLBY ____+
|                                             (1653 - 1695) m 1684
|
|--Martha Bibb KEY 
|  (1759 - 1853)
|                                            _Thomas BIBB II______+
|                                           | (1695 - 1720)       
|                      _Thomas BIBB III_____|
|                     | (1716 - 1781) m 1737|
|                     |                     |_____________________
|                     |                                           
|_Nancy Ann BIBB _____|
  (1720 - 1815) m 1742|
                      |                      _____________________
                      |                     |                     
                      |_Sarah MARTIN _______|
                        (1718 - 1786) m 1737|
                                            |_____________________
                                                                  

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[S2373]


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Sereptha Elizabeth "Seppie" LEWELLEN

14 May 1859 - 18 Dec 1906

ID Number: I28266

  • RESIDENCE: Pike Co. MO
  • BIRTH: 14 May 1859, Pike Co. Missouri
  • DEATH: 18 Dec 1906, Pike Co. Missouri
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1062] [S1210]
Father: Napoleon Bonaparte LEWELLEN
Mother: Agnes Trabue LEWELLEN


Family 1 : James Franklin ALVIS
  1.  Grace ALVIS
  2.  John N. ALVIS
  3.  James Orion ALVIS
  4.  Cora Agnes ALVIS
  5.  Blanche ALVIS
  6.  Pearl ALVIS
  7.  Roxie Mae ALVIS

                                                         _Jacob LEWELLEN II___+
                                                        | (1766 - 1848) m 1784
                                _James LEWELLEN ________|
                               | (1789 - 1869) m 1817   |
                               |                        |_Abigail Jane EVANS _
                               |                          (1767 - 1816) m 1784
 _Napoleon Bonaparte LEWELLEN _|
| (1827 - 1904) m 1852         |
|                              |                         _William G. WYLIE ___+
|                              |                        | (1765 - 1840) m 1786
|                              |_Mary Harwood WYLIE ____|
|                                (1798 - 1881) m 1817   |
|                                                       |_Mary HARWOOD _______
|                                                         (1768 - 1837) m 1786
|
|--Sereptha Elizabeth "Seppie" LEWELLEN 
|  (1859 - 1906)
|                                                        _Samuel LEWELLEN ____+
|                                                       | (1785 - 1848) m 1805
|                               _John White LEWELLEN ___|
|                              | (1806 - 1886) m 1824   |
|                              |                        |_Elizabeth WHITE ____+
|                              |                          (1780 - 1812) m 1805
|_Agnes Trabue LEWELLEN _______|
  (1832 - 1891) m 1852         |
                               |                         _Edward TRABUE ______+
                               |                        | (1762 - 1814) m 1797
                               |_Jane Elizabeth TRABUE _|
                                 (1805 - 1888) m 1824   |
                                                        |_Jane E. CLAY _______+
                                                          (1776 - 1845) m 1797

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[S1062]

[S1210]

[S1062]


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Gen. Lunsford Lindsay LOMAX C.S.A.

4 Nov 1835 - 28 May 1913

ID Number: I99020

  • TITLE: Gen.
  • OCCUPATION: CSA General McCulloch; Gen. Earl Van Dorn; Gen Jubal Early; Cmd of Valley Dist., VA
  • RESIDENCE: of Caroline and Fauquier Co. VA
  • BIRTH: 4 Nov 1835, Ft. Walcot, New Port, Rhode Island
  • DEATH: 28 May 1913, Washington D.C.
  • BURIAL: Warrenton's town cemetery, Fauquier Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: notes Bio [S787] [S3595]
Father: Mann Page LOMAX
Mother: Elizabeth Virginia LINDSAY


Family 1 : Elizabeth Winter PAYNE

Notes


Confederate generals honored in 1895


Vying for newspaper headlines during the trouble with the Cree in June 1895 was the arrival of a group of visitors -- more than a dozen former Confederate army generals.


The former Confederate officers were en route home from Chicago where they had participated in the dedication of a memorial to Confederates who died in Union-controlled prisoner of war camps in the Chicago area.


Plans had been made to honor the former generals in Cincinnati, and while there they also accepted an invitation from former Gen. John C. Underwood, then living in Covington, to attend a reception in their honor in Northern Kentucky.


The generals included James Longstreet, Fitzhugh Lee, Marcus Joseph Wright, Matthew Calbraith Butler, Lunsford Lindsay Lomax, Henry Heth, H. Kyd Douglas, Eppa Hunton and Fayette Hewitt. An assortment of colonels, captains and lieutenants also were with the group.


The group stayed in the Grand Hotel in Cincinnati. They were honored at Cincinnati City Hall and toured the Cincinnati Art Museum.


In Northern Kentucky, many of the former soldiers accepted an invitation from Col. Melvin Cochran to tour the Fort Thomas Military Post where the troops were reviewed.


In Covington, a special memorial service for Confederate dead was held in Linden Grove Cemetery where several Confederates are buried.


Covington resident James Orr, a former Confederate colonel, oversaw the ceremonies, which consisted mainly of Union veterans from the Garfield Post of the Grand Army of the Republic. A band played, songs were sung,and flowers were placed on the graves.


Publication Date: 06-21-2004
http://www.kypost.com/2004/06/21/reissd062104.html


Virginia Civil War Biographies Page


Major-General Lunsford Lindsay Lomax, a distinguished officer of the Confederate States provisional army, who rose from the rank of captain to that of major-general in the army of Northern Virginia, was born at Newport, R.I., the son of Mann Page Lomax, of Virginia, a major of ordnance in the United States army. His mother, Elizabeth Lindsay, was a descendant of Captain Lindsay, who commanded a company in the light horse cavalry of Harry Lee during the Revolution, and lost an arm in the war for independence. His father, also, was of an old Virginia family.


Young Lomax was educated in the schools of Richmond and Norfolk, and was appointed cadet-at-large, July 1, 1852, to the military academy at West point, where he was graduated July 1, 1856, and promoted to a brevet lieutenancy in the Second cavalry. He served on frontier duty in Kansas, Nebraska and that with promotion to second lieutenant of the First region cavalry, September 30, 1856, and first lieutenant, March 21, 1861, until the secession of his State from the United States. Resigning April 25, 1861, he offered his services to Virginia, and was appointed captain in the State forces April 28th. He was at once assigned to the staff of Gen. Joseph E. Johnston, as assistant adjutant-general, and later was transferred to the field of operations beyond the Mississippi, as inspector-general upon the staff of the gallant Texan, Brigadier-General McCulloch, who commanded a division of Van Dorn's army. After McCulloch fell he was promoted inspector-general on the staff of Maj. Gen. Earl Van Dorn, with the rank of lieutenant-colonel. He served in this capacity from July, 1862, until October, when he was made inspector-general of the army of East Tennessee.


While with the western armies he participated in the battles of Pea Ridge, Ark., Farmington and Corinth, Miss., the first defense of Vicksburg from siege, Baton Rouge, La., Spring Hill and Thompson Station, Tenn. On February 8, 1863, he was promoted colonel and called to the eastern campaigns. As colonel of the Eleventh Virginia cavalry, in W. E. Jones' brigade, he participated in the raid in West Virginia, and the subsequent Pennsylvania campaign, including the battles of Brandy Station, Winchester, Rector's Cross-roads, Upperville, Gettysburg and Buckland. On July 23, i863, he was promoted brigadier-general and assigned to the command of a brigade of cavalry organized for him of the Fifth, Sixth and Fifteenth Virginia regiments, and the First Maryland cavalry. Under his command this brigade was one of the principal factors in the subsequent operations of Fitz Lee's division, including the fighting at Culpeper Court House, Morton's Ford, the second encounter at Brandy Station, Tod's Tavern, the Wilderness campaign, Cold Harbor, Yellow Tavern, Reams' Station and Trevilian's.


His gallant and cool leadership in these important engagements led to his promotion, August 10, 1864, to the rank of major-general. He was given command of a division composed of the cavalry brigades of Bradley T. Johnson, W. L. Jackson, Henry B. Davidson, J. D. Imboden and John McCausland, and rendered prominent and distinguished service in the Valley campaign of the army under General Early, at the battles of Winchester, Tom's Brook and other encounters. At the battle of Woodstock, October 9th, he was made a prisoner by Torbert's calvary, but made his escape about three hours later by personally overthrowing his captor.


On October 31st he was assigned to the command of the cavalry wing of the army under Early, and on March 29, 1865, was put in entire command of the Valley district of the department of Northern Virginia. After the fall of Richmond he moved his forces to Lynchburg, and when Lee surrendered sent the news to General Echols, with whom he endeavored to form a junction with the remnants of his own, Fitz Lee's and Rosser's divisions. He succeeded in joining the army in North Carolina, and surrendered his division with Johnston, at Greensboro.


Thence he returned to Caroline county, Va., and engaged in farming, to which he quietly devoted himself during the succeeding years until 1889, when he was called to the presidency of the college at Blacksburg - He resigned this position after five years' service. For several years he has been engaged in the official compilation of the records of the war, at Washington, D. C.


Confederate Military History, Vol. III, pp. 628-630
http://members.aol.com/jweaver300/grayson/lomax.htm



#1157 LUNSFORD LINDSAY LOMAX PAPERS Summary
Lomax, Lunsford Lindsay, 1835-1913.
Papers, 1843-1909. 11 items.


Letters and petitions, 1843-1857, requesting a pension for Elizabeth Lindsay Lomax of Washington, D.C., daughter of Capt. William Lindsay who fought in the Revolutionary War; and miscellaneous correspondence,
1863-1909, of Major Gen. L. L. Lomax, C.S.A., relating to his military career. Included is a letter, 6 April 1863, from J. E. B. Stuart to Lomax regarding Lomax's responsibilities.


ONLINE CATALOG TERMS:
Confederate States of America. Army--Officers--Correspondence.
Lindsay, William, fl. 1775-1795.
Lomax, Elizabeth Lindsay, b. 1796.
Lomax, Lunsford Lindsay, 1835-1913.
Pensions, Military--United States--Revolution, 1775-1783.
Stuart, Jeb, 1833-1864.


NOTE: A more complete finding aid for this collection is available at the Southern Historical Collection.
Contact staff at: (919)962-1345 (telephone); (919)962-4452 (FAX); mss@email.unc.edu.


COPYRIGHT: Retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.


Lunsford Lindsay Lomax b. November 4, 1835, Newport, R.I. d. May 28, 1913, Washington, D.C.
The son of a Virginia army officer, Lomax was educated in Virginia before going to West Point. He served mostly in the frontier until he resigned in April 1861 to join the Virginia state troops. He served in the west as Inspector General until 1863 when he became a colonel in the 11th Virginia Cavalry. He attained the rank of major general by August 10, 1864. During his career in the Confederacy, Lomax fought at Brandy Station, the Gettysburg campaign, the Wilderness, Yellow Tavern, and the Shenandoah Valley. After the war, he farmed in Virginia and was president of the college that is now Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech). He moved to Washington D.C. to help compile the Office Records of the Union and Confederate Armies and was a commissioner of Gettysburg National Park. (played a leading role in the erection of the dominant Virginia monument across from Cemetery Ridge.)


He was the next-to-last surviving Confederate major general.
http://www.alexandria.lib.va.us/lhsc_online_exhibits/generals/lom ax.html



Presidents of Virginia Tech
Lindsay Lunsford Lomax


July 1, 1886-April, 1891
Lindsay Lunsford Lomax. --- Fourth president, 1886-91. Born Nov. 4, 1835 in Newport, R.I. Received B.S. from U.S. Military Academy, West Point, N.Y., 1856. Was fellow officer with Jeb Stuart in the West until both resigned their commissions in 1861, to serve with the Confederacy. Became Confederate major general. After Civil War, farmed near Warrenton until being elected V.A.M.C. president at age 50. After being removed from office, worked in Washington, D.C., on compilation of official records of both Confederacy and Union Armies. Was member of Gettysburg Battlefield Commission. Died in Washington, D.C., May 28, 1913, at age 77.


Source: Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Historical Data Book: Centennial Editon, ed.Jenkins Mikell Robertson, Bulletin of the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, vol. 65, no. 4, 69. http://spec.lib.vt.edu/archives/125th/pres/lomax.htm



History of Confederate Warrenton and the Black Horse Camp


Warrenton is the largest town in our Fauquier County, not to mention the County Seat of Government. Warrenton is the post war home of Colonel John Singleton Mosby.


Warrenton was also the home of General/U.S. Senator Eppa Hunton, General/Governor William "Extra Billy" Smith and General William Henry Fitzhugh Payne. General Lunsford Lindsay Lomax was a farmer near Warrenton after the WBTS.


In Warrenton's town cemetery, rest the remains of almost 900 Confederate Soldiers, approximately 600 having died in that great struggle. There are two Confederate Generals, William Henry Fitzhugh Payne and Lunsford Lindsay Lomax, buried there.


Captain John Quincy Marr, the FIRST Confederate soldier to die in the War Between the States rest in his home town, Warrenton, cemetery. We must not forget Warrenton as the final resting place of Colonel John S. Mosby.


There are two other incorporated towns in our county, first, the Town of Remington, formerly Rappahannock Station. It was the site of the meetings for the original Black Horse Camp. Additionally, numerous fights for the railroad, the Rappahannock River and access to Culpeper were conducted here. Second, The Plains, site of the first Union excursion into our county and through which passed General Lee on the march to the Battle of Second Manassas.


Please recognize the fact that Delaplane, formerly Piedmont Station, not a town, just a post office, was the location where the first troops ever transported into battle by train embarked on their great expedition. An unmarked grave there is the final resting place for Lt. James F. "Big Yankee" Ames of Mosby's Rangers.


I would be remiss not to mention Upperville, site of General Stuart's delaying cavalry battle in June of 1863. His action concealed the Confederate Army's move toward what would eventually be the Battle of Gettysburg. Upperville's Ivy Hill Cemetery is the final resting place for some of those casualties. In addition, that beautiful village cemetery is the final resting place for Dr. Francis Land Galt, Surgeon aboard the CS Alabama, and Capt. Bowles W. Armistead, brother to General Lewis Armistead.


Submitted by Dink Godfrey
Commander, Black Horse Camp # 780
http://www.vascv.org/Warrenton.htm


His will, dated 9 April 1911, left all to his wife for her lifetime, subject to furnishing Anne a home and maintenance so long as she remained unmarried, and after Elizabeth's death, the remainder equally divided between the two daughters.
Children:
2 Elizabeth Lindsay LOMAX b: 18 DEC 1874 d: 26 JAN 1951+ Waddy Butler WOOD b: 19 JUN 1869 d: 26 JAN 1944
2 Anne Tayloe LOMAX b: 17 JUL 1888












                                                     _Lunsford LOMAX ________________+
                                                    | (1700 - ....)                  
                               _Thomas LOMAX _______|
                              | (1750 - ....) m 1773|
                              |                     |_Judith MICOU __________________+
                              |                       (1724 - ....)                  
 _Mann Page LOMAX ____________|
| (1787 - 1842) m 1820        |
|                             |                      _John TAYLOE II of "Mount Airy"_+
|                             |                     | (1721 - 1779) m 1747           
|                             |_Ann Corbin TAYLOE __|
|                               (1753 - ....) m 1773|
|                                                   |_Rebecca PLATER ________________+
|                                                     (1731 - 1787) m 1747           
|
|--Lunsford Lindsay LOMAX C.S.A.
|  (1835 - 1913)
|                                                    _William LINDSAY _______________+
|                                                   | (1725 - ....)                  
|                              _William LINDSAY ____|
|                             | (1751 - 1797) m 1780|
|                             |                     |_ TALIAFERRO ___________________
|                             |                       (1729 - ....)                  
|_Elizabeth Virginia LINDSAY _|
  (1796 - 1867) m 1820        |
                              |                      ________________________________
                              |                     |                                
                              |_Mattie FOX _________|
                                (1755 - 1797) m 1780|
                                                    |________________________________
                                                                                     

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Chauncey W. NOACK

1865 - 1939

ID Number: I37549

  • RESIDENCE: PA
  • BIRTH: 1865
  • DEATH: 1939
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1351]

Family 1 : Kathryn Carrie SWARTZ

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son of Daniel Noack and Hannah Knapp.

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John RAWLINS

ABT 1770 - ____

ID Number: I24945

  • RESIDENCE: ENG
  • BIRTH: ABT 1770
  • RESOURCES: See: [S258]

Family 1 : Juliana BAKER

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William ROWND Jr.

12 Dec 1782 - ____

ID Number: I15662

  • RESIDENCE: Snow Hill, Worchester Co. MD and 1821 St. Helena Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: 12 Dec 1782, Snow Hill, Worchester Co.Maryland
  • RESOURCES: See: [S397] [S1948]
Father: William ROWND Sr. "the Immigrant"
Mother: Martha READ


Family 1 : Sarah SCHOLFIELD
  1.  Lafayette ROWND
Family 2 : Sally HUTCHINSON
  1. +William Scholfield ROWND
  2. +John A. ROWND
  3.  Martha Ann ROWND
  4.  James J. ROWND

Notes


His first wife was Sarah Scholfield, whom he married 11 Jan 1812. They had a son, Lafayette Rownd, who supposedly went to Cincinnati, Ohio.


William Rownd's second wife was Sally Hutchinson, the sister of Robert Hutchinson a Baptist Minister. William and Sally Hutchinson Rownd had four known children. They came to Louisiana, presumably in the fall, in 1821. Their moving to Louisiana was by flatboat down the Ohio River to the Mississippi River. They landed at Baton Rouge which was but a small town in that day. On their trip down they passed Cincinnati which was a trading post, with many houses built of split boards. William and Sally Hutchinson Rownd settled in St. Helena Parish, Louisiana where they raised their family.


WILLIAM ROWND FAMILY: Original in possession of Mrs. Sidney Miller (Sallye Pennington Miller). Copy submitted to the Society in 1964 by Miss Hazel Freeman, Denham Springs, La.


"Knowing how great the loss of our fathers family Bible is, and that in a few more years the younger generation of our Grandfather's family will, to a great extent, know but little of our family history, the undersigned has thought to colate such facts as he remembers from conversations held with our father concerning his family history, vis:


My grandfather, William Rownd, came to America at some time during the Revolutionary War. He came as an impressed seaman on a British vessel. He being an impressed seaman took unbidden leave from said ship and joined the American Army, this transpiring on the Chesapeak and eastern shore of Maryland. Our grandfather served from the time of his enlistment in the American Army until the Americans gained their independence.


Subsequent to his army life he married and settled down in Worcester County, in or near Snowhill. Of this marriage one son was born named Lafayette, who in early life, prior to 1821, went to Cincinnati, Ohio. We have no date of grandfather's marriage to Uncle Lafayette's mother, nor the date of his birth, nor the date of his mother's death. Grandfather married the second time to a Miss Sally Hutchinson, and she had a brother named Robert. Uncle Robert Hutchinson was a Baptist minister, and my brother Robert Hutchinson, was named for this uncle. Grandfather and grandmother had four children born to them, vis:
William Scholfield Rownd, born the 14th day of Nov. 1812,
John A. Rownd,Feb. 34d, 1816,
Martha Ann Rownd, Feb. 17th, 1819,
James J. Rownd, May 3rd, 1821.


Our Grandparents came to Louisiana in 1821. I presume in the fall of the year of 1821. Their moving to this state was by flat boat down the Ohio River to the Mississippi River. They landed at Baton Rouge which was but a small town in that day. On their trip down they passed Cincinnati which was a mere trading post, and many of the houses were made of split boards.
Uncle John A. Rownd married a Miss Rebecca Tabor, of St. Helena Parish, La. and they raised quite a large family of children. Aunt Martha Ann Rownd married a Mr. Bailey Chaney of East Feliciana. They had no issue. Uncle James J. Rownd died just before lie arrived at manhood state. Our father, William Scholfield Rownd, married Miss Mahala Hodges, of St. Helena Parish. Our parents had born to them twelve children, viz:


Mally Catherine, Margaret Ann, Benjamin F, Eliza Duer, William Buckner,
Robert Hutchinson, John James, Elizabeth Mahala, Martha Rebecca. Abel
Walter, Mordica Davis, and Andrews. Mordica and Andrews died infants and
also Benjamin F.
The surviving members of our family married and are residents of Livingston Parish, Louisiana, except Abel Walter who lived to be about twenty-four or five years old and died in 1891 of Lagrippe.


Our father married second time to Mrs. Stilley, Widow of John Stilley. Mrs. Stilley had been previously married to a Mr. Wentmore. Of this marriage one daughter was born who married one of my boyhood friends, James Berlin Settoon.


I expect to have some eight copies of this reference to our family history made and distributed among our loved ones., aid in conclusion will say that we are related to the Duers, Hutchinsons, Brittenhams, and the Scholfields, all of Snowhill, Worcester Co. Maryland.


William B. Rownd
Approved July 2nd, 1907
316 Baronne St. New Orleans (Signed) W. M. Rownd."


[S1948]


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                                    |                                         |
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                                    |                                            
 _William ROWND Sr. "the Immigrant"_|
| (1750 - ....)                     |
|                                   |                                          __
|                                   |                                         |  
|                                   |_________________________________________|
|                                                                             |
|                                                                             |__
|                                                                                
|
|--William ROWND Jr.
|  (1782 - ....)
|                                                                              __
|                                                                             |  
|                                    _(RESEARCH QUERY) READ OR READE OR REID _|
|                                   |                                         |
|                                   |                                         |__
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|_Martha READ ______________________|
  (1750 - ....)                     |
                                    |                                          __
                                    |                                         |  
                                    |_________________________________________|
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Griffin STITH

ABT 1765 - ____

ID Number: I76245

  • RESIDENCE: VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1765
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2246]

Family 1 : Frances Townshend WASHINGTON

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