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Richard Talbott [2571]
(1819-1892)
Lucretia Deavers [4198]
(1826-1877)
John Washington Deavers Jr. [9841]
(1836-)
Sarah Amelia Unknown [5267]
(1839-)
Silas Talbott [5091]
(1857-1894)
Elizabeth Margaret Deavers [5093]
(1862-1930)

Lewis Elsworth Talbott [4925]
(1888-1962)

 

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Spouses/Children:
Mary Elizabeth Frances "Lizzie" Shifflett [4936]

Lewis Elsworth Talbott [4925] 1 2 3 4 5 6

  • Born: January 23, 1888, Accotink, Fairfax, Virginia, USA
  • Marriage: Mary Elizabeth Frances "Lizzie" Shifflett [4936] on February 1, 1917 in Elkton, Cecil, Maryland, USA
  • Died: May 17, 1962, , Fairfax, Virginia, USA at age 74
  • Buried: May 19, 1962, Accotink, Fairfax, Virginia, USA
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bullet  General Notes:

These are my memories of my grandfather Lewis Elsworth Talbott. By David Lee Talbot Sr. on August 8, 2002 his grandson. I was only 11 when he died so my recollections of him are vivid but limited. He lived about 200 yards away from the West Gate of Mount Vernon, George Washington's home in Fairfax county Virginia on Old Mill road. This is also where I lived from about 1959 to1964. My father Robert Lee Talbot Sr. acquired the property from him, the circumstances of I do not know. It is my understanding that all of Lewis's children were raised on this land from1917 until they moved on with families of their own. This house that we lived in at the time, as my father was building another beside it was the house they were raised in. It had running cold water to the sink in the kitchen only and every so often we would have to take the drain bucket from under the sink and thro the gray water out in the yard. It had no bathroom so we used the outhouse or bedpans at night. This was properly one of the great times in my life. My grandfather was about 6 foot or so and about 180 pounds with a weathered look about him. I do not know how he interrelated with others but with me he was kind and genital. After our house was build they tore down the old house and put it down the well and sealed it. My uncle George, my father and others build Lewis a two-room house out back on the far end of the property and there he lived for a while before having to go to a nursing home were he died. While living in the house out back I use to stay with him a lot and watch TV with him. He loved to watch wrestling anytime it was on. I have been told that he was a fisherman in his younger days. This may be true because he use to take me dip netting for Herring in Dogue Run stream. This was a stream that ran thru George Washington's Gristmill, that he help restore earlier in life. My job was to go upstream and walk in the water running the fish down stream into the nets. I cannot count how many times I did this. He use to dip hundreds a day from the stream after which he would clean them, smoke them and then put them up. I do know that he liked the fruit of the vine. It is my under standing that he had a stroke and that is why he went to the nursing home and soon after died. I remember the day because coming home from school there was a lot of commotion at the time. After that I remember nothing. On the property itself was1 Black Cherry tree, 2 Apple trees, 1 Plum tree, 2 Holly trees (1 male and 1 female) 1 Maple and 4 giant Oaks. The well on the property prior to being filled in according to the people around had the coldest and purest water in the area and workers from all around would come and fill their containers. I got one of my worse spankings for spitting in the well one day. After the old house was torn down it was found to have and underground stream running thru it about 3 or 4 feet below ground. Also on the land were chicken coups and sheds for the fish he smoked and the outhouse. Out back also there was a garden that used to be used in earlier days but turned in to a baseball field, as I got older. Also there was a big hole out back that at one time was used for cold storage of food during the winter and summer for things that were grown. The land around the house was nothing but woods and swamps. Prior to us leaving and moving to Woodbridge Virginia in Prince William county most of the woods were gone and replaces by big homes.

bullet  Research Notes:

Lived in Accotink Virginia about 10 miles south of Alexandria Virginia in Fairfax County. George (See Elizabeth Talbot) was raised by Lewis and Mary Talbott

bullet  Burial Notes:

Accotink United Methodist Church Cemetery
9043 Backlick Road
Fort Belvoir
Fairfax County
Virginia USA
Accotink United Methodist Church is located at 9043 Backlick Road (Route 617), one block north of Richmond Highway (Route 1), in the Accotink area of the county.

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bullet  Noted events in his life were:



World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, June 5, 1917. Name: Lewis Ellsworth Talbert City: Not Stated County: Fairfax State: Virginia Birthplace: Virginia Birth Date: 23 Jan 1888 Race: Caucasian Roll: 1984712 DraftBoard: 0

Occupation: Fisherman.



Picture: Accotink United Methodist Church.



Picture: Accotink United Methodist Church Cemetery.



Picture: Head Stone of Lewis Elsworth Talbot(t).



Picture: Lewis Elsworth Talbot(t).



Picture: Lewis Elsworth Talbot(t).

Religion: Methodist.



Census: Virginia 1900 Fairfax Mount Vernon District 21 Image 12, June 8, 1900. Dwelling 111 Family 111
Elizabeth Talbot (Head) (38), Lillian (Daughter)(14), Lewis (Son) (12), Annie (Daughter)(10), Rebecca ( Daughter) (9)

Image source: Year: 1900; Census Place: Mt Vernon, Fairfax, Virginia; Roll: T623 1707; Page: 6B; Enumeration District: 21.



Census: Virginia 1910 Fairfax All Townships District 34 Image 19, May 10, 1910. Dwelling 215 Family 215
Elizabeth Tolbert (Head) (47), Lewis (Son) (22), Annie (Daughter) (20), Margerie (Grand daughter) (5mo.)

Name: Elizebeth Tolbert
Age in 1910: 47
Estimated birth year: 1862
Birthplace: Virginia
Home in 1910: MT VERNON, FAIRFAX, Virginia
Race: White
Gender: Female
Series: T624
Roll: 1628
Part: 1
Page: 140B
Year: 1910



Census: Virginia 1920 Fairfax Mount Vernon District 36 Image 17, June 20, 1920. Dwelling 152 Family 157
Lewis Talbert (Head) (30), Elizabeth (Wife) (27), Annie May (Niece)(8), Idella Sheppard (Niece) (7mo.), Elizabeth (Deavers) Talbot (Mother) (66)

Name: Lewis E. Talbert
Age: 30 years
Estimated birth year: 1889
Birthplace: Virginia
Race: White
Home in 1920: Mount Vemon, Fairfax, Virginia
Roll: T625_1886
Page: 9A
ED: 36
Image: 0418



Census: Virginia 1930 Fairfax Mount Vernon District 18 Image 27, March 18, 1930. Dwelling 289 Family 305
Lewis (Lenis) Talbot (Head) (42), Elizabeth (Wife) (31), Lillian (Daughter) (10), Elizabeth (Daughter) (8), George (Son) (5), Robert (Son) (2), Idella Shepperd (Niece) (10)

Image source: Year: 1930;
Census Place: Mount Vernon, Fairfax, Virginia;
Roll: 2442;
Page: ;
Enumeration District: 18;
Image: 779.0.



Picture: Mary (Shifflett) Talbot, Susie (Sapp) Horne, Lewis Talbot.


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Lewis married Mary Elizabeth Frances "Lizzie" Shifflett [4936] [MRIN: 1785], daughter of George W. Shifflett [3248] and Cora Alice Gooden [3127], on February 1, 1917 in Elkton, Cecil, Maryland, USA. (Mary Elizabeth Frances "Lizzie" Shifflett [4936] was born on October 17, 1898 in Port Republic, Rockingham, Virginia, USA, died on October 16, 1957 in Alexandria, , Virginia, USA and was buried in Accotink, Fairfax, Virginia, USA.) The cause of her death was Polycystic Kidney Disease.


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Sources


1 Interview with that person or persons known by them (Brothers, sisters and like) or his own personal knowledge of the person or event. Also thru research, Surety: 4.

2 Marie (Horne) Parker, did initial research on family in 1995 and turned the documents over to me (David Talbot) to do further research and verification. Marie is my mother's sister. I know she spent many days going to different places getting the information and supporting documentation, Surety: 4.

3 David Talbot Sr and/Or Blanche (Myers) Talbot, did interview with that person or persons known by them (Brothers and sisters and like) or our own personal knowledge of the person or event, Surety: 4.

4 Family Picture of person, Surety: 4.

5 News Paper clippings, Surety: 4.

6 Other Misc. Research Document, Surety: 4.

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