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William Talbott Jr. [5076]
(1660-Abt 1713)
Katherine Lewis [5077]
(-1722)
Daniel Neale III [161]
(1673-1713)
Ursula Presly [162]
(1664-After 1727)
Benjamin Talbott Sr. [4835]
(Cir 1690-1726)
Hannah Elizabeth Neale [5897]
(Cir 1700-1729)
Samuel G. Talbott Sr. [5074]
(1726-1777)

 

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Spouses/Children:
Margaret "Mary" Magdaline DéMoville [6084]

Samuel G. Talbott Sr. [5074] 1

  • Born: 1726, Richmond, , Virginia, USA
  • Marriage: Margaret "Mary" Magdaline DéMoville [6084] about 1752
  • Died: December 30, 1777, Valley Forge, York, Pennsylvania, USA at age 51
  • Buried: Falls Church, Fairfax, Virginia, USA

bullet   Cause of his death was Valley Forge Exposure in war.

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bullet  General Notes:

Samuel Talbott died at Valley Forge while fighting for George Washington in the Revolutionary War. Presley Talbott, a descendant, wrote "The Talbott Family History" and said this: Many of the men of the same area were known to be in the Revolution, friends of the Talbotts. December 6, 1777, the British advanced on Washington's army at Whitmarsh in the suburbs of Morgantown, having left Philadelphia. On the 8th, the British advanced and were attacked by Colonel Daniel Morgan and his rifle corps and Colonel Gist and his Maryland militia. Twenty-seven in Morgan's corps were killed or wounded. On the 9th the British retreated to Philadelphia, and Washington broke up his encampment at Whitmarsh and in the midst of deep snow marched to his winter quarters at Valley Forge arriving the 19th. Samuel Talbott died there twelve days later on Tuesday, December 31, 1777. The "D.A.R. Magazine" of March 1915, page 155, said "Samuel Talbott died on December 30, 1777, ('from exposure in war'), in Fairfax Co., Va. He married Mary Magdalene Demoville, who died July 2, 1791. Their child, DeMovil Talbott, was born July 25, 1754, in Fairfax Co., and died in 1839, in Bourbon Co., Ky."

Three years after Samuel and Benjamin died (in 1726) that Hannah, Benjamin's wife, died. The four boys: William, Benjamin, Daniel and Samuel, were taken to Fairfax County, Virginia to be raised by their uncles, the Neales. Hannah's estate was appraised and recorded in Richmond County 6 August 1729 as having a total value of betweenl2 five and six hundred dollars. A few of the items inventoried were:
4 head of sheep
4 sows
11 shoats @ 3s
3 shoats @ is
1 old feather bed & bolster
2 old cotton sheets & bedstead
1 old table, gorm, old chest
1 gold ring, shirt buckle
2 negro woman named Molle
1 cider cask, 2 old tubs
3 cows @ 30s
3 heifers @ 25s
1 steer
1 bull
etc

Samuel Talbott's mother, Hannah Neale Talbott, and Samuel Talbott's mother-in-law, Rose Neale, were cousins. bottom line is Hannah Neale Talbott, Rose Neale Demoville (Demovil ), were cousins.

According to the late L.V. Hagan, Jr., a descendant, Samuel, buried at Falls Church, Truro Parish, In Fairfax County, Virginia.


------ From Source Attached To: Name ------
"Robert Warren Talbott"; Application # 088845; # 088845. Cit. Date: December 6, 2008. Surety: 4; Application for membership National Society Sons of the American Revolution
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bullet  Research Notes:

Will of Samuel Talbert/Talbutt of Richmond Co., VA
In the name of God Amen I Samuell Talbert of the parrish of North Farnham and County of Richmond being very sick of body but in sound sence and memory thanks be Given to God for the same Doe Constitute and ordain this to be my Last wille and Testament in maner and forme following (vizt) -
Impr mis - First and principally I recomend my Soul to Almighty God who Gave it and my Body to be decently interrd at the discrecon of my Executrix hereafter named and as for my worldly Estate which it hath pleased almighty God to his great goodness to Endow me with I freely part with and dispose of as followeth -
Item I give and bequeath unto my Brother Benjamin Talbutt my best suit of wearing cloths and four chairs.
Item I give unto my Loving wife Elizabeth Talbutt all the rest of my estate whatsoever both real and personall and further my will is that my said wife Elizabeth Talbutt be whole and sole Executrix of this my Last will and Testament acknowledging this and none other hereby Disanulling all former and other wills heretofore by me made in Testimony whereof I have hereto sett my hand and seal the 16th day of December 1726.
Samll (his mark "T") Talbutt {Seal}
sealed and dd in the prsence of
Robt (his mark) Buckley At a Court held for Richmond County
Thomas Gearing the first day of February 1726/7
This will was proved in open court by the oaths of Thomas Gearing one of the witnesses thereo and admitted to Record.
Test - M:Beckwith Cl. Cur.
A copy - Teste: E. Carter Delano


This Indenture made the Sixth Day of February In the Ninth year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord Geroge by the Grace of God of England Scotland France and Ireland King Defender of the Faith &c And in the year of our Lord Christ One Thousand Seven hundred and Twenty Two Between Samuell Talbot of the parish of Sittenburne in the County of Richmond planter of the one part and Benjamin Talbot of the aforesd parish and County Planter of the other part Witnesseth That the said Samuell Talbot for and in consideration of the same of Three Thousand Five hundred pounds of good Tobo to him in hand paid or Secured to be paid by the said Benjamin Talbot at and before the Ensealing and Delivery of these presents the Receipt whereof he the said Samuel Talbotdoth hereby acknowledge and himselfe therewith sattifyed by these presents hath Granted alienated Bargained Sold Remised Released and Confirmed and by these presents Doth fully clearly and absolutely Grant bargaine Sell Remise Release and confirms unto the said Benja Talbot(in his actuall possession now being by Vertue of a Bargaine and Sale to him thereof made for One whole yeare by Indenture bearing Date the Day before these presents and by forse of a Statute for transferring uses into possession) and to his heirs and assignes for ever all that parcell or piece of Land and plantation containing by Estimation One hundred and Thirty Three Acres and One halfe acre by the Same more or Less being the one halfe or moiety of a parcell of Land formerly purchased by one William Stewart of sd County Decd and Morgan Williams and by the sd Wm. Stewart Sold and conveyed to one William Talbot and Catherine his Wife father and mother of the sd Samuell and Benjaminparties to thes presents mentioned by patent baring Date ye 29th Day of October 1698 and duely acknowledged in the County of Richmond as in and by ye Records thereof Doth and may appeare and after the Decease of the sd Willm Talbot became the freehold and Inheritance of the sd Samuell Talbot first party to these presents the said 133 acres and one half of the Land be the same more or less is Sittuate lying and being in the aforesd parish of Sittenbourne and binding on the head of Rappa Creek with all and Singular its Rights members & appurtenances together with all houses and outhouses edifices Buildings orchards Gardens Woods and Underwoods ways water & water courses advantages profits Emolumts hereditamts and appurtenances whatsoever to the said parcel or piece of Land and premises or to any part or parcell thereof belonging or in any wise appertaining and the Reversion and Reversions Remainder and Remainders Rents Issues and Profits of all and singular the before mentioned premises and every part and parcell thereof and also all the Right Title and Interest possession Property Claime and Demand whatsoever of him the said SamuellTalbotTo have and to hold the parcell or piece of Land & all and Singular the premises hereby Granted bargained and Sold Remised Released and Confirmed or mentioned to be hereby Done and Every part and parcell thereof with their and every of their appurtenances unto the sd Benja Talbot his heirs Exors Admrs or Assignes for ever To the only Proper Dowers and Titles of Dower Statutes Recognizances Judgmts forfeitures Executions and of and from all other Titles Troubles Changes and Incumbrances whatsoever had made committed Done or Suffered to be Done by him the sdSamll Talbot his heirs Exors and admrs or any other person or persons whatsoever Lawfully claiming or to claime by from or undr him their or any of them his or their Estate or Estates and Further the sd Samuel Talbot his heirs &c shall and will at any Court held for the County of Richmond within Six months after the Date of these presents upon the Request of the sd Benjamin Talbot his heirs or assigns duely to personally acknowledge these presents in Court to the End the same may be Recorded and that he the sd Samuell Talbot his heirs &c shall and will at any time hereafter upon Request of the sd Benja Talbot his heirs &c make Doe or Suffer to be Done all and every such act or acts thing or things device or devices conveyances and Assureances in the Lw for the further Strenthining more Sure and perfect making and conveying of the sd granted premises unto the sd Benja Talbot his heirs &c as his Councell learned in the Law shall Devise advise or Requrie so as the same be Done at the proper costs and charges of teh sd Benjamin Talbot his heirs &c In Witts whereof the party first above named hereunto hath Interchangeably set his hand and Fixed his Scale the Day and yeare first above written ---

Signed Sealed and Delivered in presence of us --- Samuel (His T mark) Talbot {Seale}
Edwd Hinkley
James Wilson
John (his mark) Yeatman
At a Court held for Richmond County the Sixth Day of February 1722
Samuell Talbot came into court and acknowled this his Deed of Release unto Benjamin Talbot which was admitted to Record Also Elizabeth Talbot the wife of the said Samuel Talbot appeared in Court and Relinquished her Right of Dower in the Lnad Conveyed in this Deed unto the said Benjamin Talbot, which was also admitted to Record --
Test - M: Beckwith Cl. Cur.
A Copy - Teste:
E. Carter Delano, Dep:Clerk
Samuel Talbot Indenture to
Benjamin Talbot
Feb 6 - 1722
Copy from D.B.8, p.182
Richmond County Records - Warsaw, VA
Teste: E. Carter Delano Dep: Clerk - Oct. 1923

Richmond County Deed Book #8
p.181
Lease and Release. Feb. 5-6, 1722 from Samuell Talbot of Parish of Sittenburne in R, planter, to Benjamin Talbot of same, planter, for 3500 pounds of good tobacco, all that parcel of land and plantation containing about 133.5 acres, being the one half or moiety of a parcel of land formerly purchased by William Stewart of R decd and Morgan Williams, and by the said William Stewart sold to Willm Talbot and Catherine, his wife, father and mother of the said Samuell and Benjamin, parties to these presents, mentioned by patent of Oct 29, 1698, and after the death of the said William Talbot, became the freehold and inheritance of the said Samuel Talbot, party to these presents first names. The 133.5 acres is in Sittenburne, and bounded by the head of Rappahanock Cr, and now in the tenure of said Benja Talbot.
Signed - Samuell (his T mark) Talbot
Edwd Hinkley
John (his mark) Yeatman
James Willson
Recorded Feb 6, 1722.
Elizabeth Talbot, the wife of the said Samuell Talbot, appeared in court and relinquished her right of dower.

bullet  Medical Notes:

At Valley Forge he became ill, and went home to Fairfax Count, Virginia and sumcome to exposure in war.
The "D.A.R. Magazine" of March 1915, page 155, said "Samuel Talbott died on December 30, 1777, ('from exposure in war'), in Fairfax Co., Va.

bullet  Birth Notes:

Parish of Sittenbourne, Richmond

bullet  Burial Notes:

Truro Parish
According to the late L.V. Hagan, Jr., a descendant, Samuel

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bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• American Revolutionary War. Samuel Talbott died at Valley Forge while fighting for George Washington in the Revolutionary War. Presley Talbott, a descendant, wrote "The Talbott Family History" and said this: Many of the men of the same area were known to be in the Revolution, friends of the Talbotts. December 6, 1777, the British advanced on Washington's army at Whitmarsh in the suburbs of Morgantown, having left Philadelphia. On the 8th, the British advanced and were attacked by Colonel Daniel Morgan and his rifle corps and Colonel Gist and his Maryland militia. Twenty-seven in Morgan's corps were killed or wounded. On the 9th the British retreated to Philadelphia, and Washington broke up his encampment at Whitmarsh and in the midst of deep snow marched to his winter quarters at Valley Forge arriving the 19th. Samuel Talbott died there twelve days later on Tuesday, December 31, 1777. The "D.A.R. Magazine" of March 1915, page 155, said "Samuel Talbott died on December 30, 1777, ('from exposure in war'), in Fairfax Co., Va. He married Mary Magdalene Demoville, who died July 2, 1791. Their child, DeMovil Talbott, was born July 25, 1754, in Fairfax Co., and died in 1839, in Bourbon Co., Ky."


• Family Data Collection - Births. Name: Talbot, Samuel Father: Talbot , Benjamin Mother: Neale , Hannah Birth Date: 1726 County: Richmond State: VA Country: USA

• Family Data Collection - Individual Records. Name: Samuel Talbot Spouse: Margaret Mary Magdaline Demoville Parents: Benjamin Talbot , Hannah Neale Birth Place: Richmond Co, VA Birth Date: 1726 Marriage Date: 1752 Death Place: Valley Forge, Fairfax Co, VA Death Date: 6 December 1777


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Samuel married Margaret "Mary" Magdaline DéMoville [6084] [MRIN: 1836], daughter of Samuel Lewis DéMoville [1481] and Rose Neale [1483], about 1752. (Margaret "Mary" Magdaline DéMoville [6084] was born circa 1734 in , Westmoreland, Virginia, USA and died on July 2, 1791 in , Fairfax, Virginia, USA.)


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Sources


1 "Robert Warren Talbott"; Application # 088845; # 088845. Cit. Date: December 6, 2008. Surety: 4; Application for membership National Society Sons of the American Revolution

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