Seward T Davis

M, #1401, b. 1900
Last Edited30 Jan 2008
Seward T Davis was born in 1900 at Massachusetts.1 He is the son of Samuel Davis and Elizabeth R Judge.

William Featherston Davis Sr, Seward T Davis, Raymond W Davis and Stanley H Davis appeared in the 1910 census as a son of Samuel Davis on 22 April 1910 in Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. He was listed as Seward T Davis, age 10, born in Mass ; Samuel Davis, age (obscured), born in England, married once. He had been married once, for 18 years. His occupation was second hand, cotton mill. He was naturalized in 1890. His parents were born in England.1

William Featherston Davis Sr, Seward T Davis, Raymond W Davis and Stanley H Davis appeared in the 1920 census as a son of Samuel Davis on 13 January 1920 in 129 Third Street, Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. He was listed as Seward T Davis, age 20, single, born in Mass. His occupation was traveling musician ; Samuel Davis, age 49, born in England. He emigrated in 1889. He was naturalized in 1892. His occupation was Second Hand, cotton mill.2

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Father*Samuel Davis b. 1871, d. 1940
Mother*Elizabeth R Judge b. 23 Jul 1871, d. 1936



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Citations

  1. [S217] Samuel Davis household, 1910 US Census, Middlesex County, Mass, population schedule, Lowell Ward 1, enumeration district (ED) 835, page/sheet 14-A, dwelling 209, family 343, line 78-84; National Archives.
  2. [S218] Samuel Davis household, 1920 US Census, Middlesex County, Mass, population schedule, Lowell, part of Precinct 2, enumeration district (ED) 571, page/sheet 8-B/899, dwelling 110, family 184, line 74-81; National Archives.

Raymond W Davis

M, #1402, b. 1908
Last Edited30 Jan 2008
Raymond W Davis was born in 1908 at Massachusetts.1 He is the son of Samuel Davis and Elizabeth R Judge.

William Featherston Davis Sr, Seward T Davis, Raymond W Davis and Stanley H Davis appeared in the 1910 census as a son of Samuel Davis on 22 April 1910 in Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. He was listed as Raymond W Davis, age 2, born in Mass ; Samuel Davis, age (obscured), born in England, married once. He had been married once, for 18 years. His occupation was second hand, cotton mill. He was naturalized in 1890. His parents were born in England.1

William Featherston Davis Sr, Seward T Davis, Raymond W Davis and Stanley H Davis appeared in the 1920 census as a son of Samuel Davis on 13 January 1920 in 129 Third Street, Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. He was listed as Raymond W Davis, age 12, single, born in Mass, attending school ; Samuel Davis, age 49, born in England. He emigrated in 1889. He was naturalized in 1892. His occupation was Second Hand, cotton mill.2

Raymond W Davis and Stanley H Davis appeared in the 1930 census as a son of Samuel Davis in 139 Third Street, Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, on 7 April 1930. He was listed as Raymont W Davis, age 22, single, born in Mass. His occupation was Knitter in a Hosiery Mill ; Samuel Davis, age 59, born in England. He was 21 when he first married. He owned his home, valued at $3,000. He emigrated in 1889 and was naturalized. His occupation was foreman, cotton mill.3

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Father*Samuel Davis b. 1871, d. 1940
Mother*Elizabeth R Judge b. 23 Jul 1871, d. 1936



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Citations

  1. [S217] Samuel Davis household, 1910 US Census, Middlesex County, Mass, population schedule, Lowell Ward 1, enumeration district (ED) 835, page/sheet 14-A, dwelling 209, family 343, line 78-84; National Archives.
  2. [S218] Samuel Davis household, 1920 US Census, Middlesex County, Mass, population schedule, Lowell, part of Precinct 2, enumeration district (ED) 571, page/sheet 8-B/899, dwelling 110, family 184, line 74-81; National Archives.
  3. [S219] Samuel Davis household, 1930 US Census, Middlesex County, Mass, population schedule, Lowell, enumeration district (ED) 9-140, page/sheet 10-A, dwelling 119, family 176, line 26-31; National Archives.

Stanley H Davis

M, #1403, b. 7 September 1909, d. 8 June 1994
Last Edited26 Jun 2009
Stanley H Davis was born on 7 September 1909 at Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Samuel Davis and Elizabeth R Judge.

William Featherston Davis Sr, Seward T Davis, Raymond W Davis and Stanley H Davis appeared in the 1910 census as a son of Samuel Davis on 22 April 1910 in Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. He was listed as Stanley H Davis, age 7 months, born in Mass ; Samuel Davis, age (obscured), born in England, married once. He had been married once, for 18 years. His occupation was second hand, cotton mill. He was naturalized in 1890. His parents were born in England.1

William Featherston Davis Sr, Seward T Davis, Raymond W Davis and Stanley H Davis appeared in the 1920 census as a son of Samuel Davis on 13 January 1920 in 129 Third Street, Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. He was listed as Stanley H Davis, age 10, single, born in Mass, attending school ; Samuel Davis, age 49, born in England. He emigrated in 1889. He was naturalized in 1892. His occupation was Second Hand, cotton mill.2

Raymond W Davis and Stanley H Davis appeared in the 1930 census as a son of Samuel Davis in 139 Third Street, Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, on 7 April 1930. He was listed as Stanley H Davis, age 20, single, born in Mass. His occupation was Knitter in a Hosiery Mill ; Samuel Davis, age 59, born in England. He was 21 when he first married. He owned his home, valued at $3,000. He emigrated in 1889 and was naturalized. His occupation was foreman, cotton mill.3

His Social Security Number was 033-10-7816 issued before 1951 at Massachusetts.4

Stanley H Davis died on 8 June 1994 at Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, at age 84.4

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Father*Samuel Davis b. 1871, d. 1940
Mother*Elizabeth R Judge b. 23 Jul 1871, d. 1936



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Citations

  1. [S217] Samuel Davis household, 1910 US Census, Middlesex County, Mass, population schedule, Lowell Ward 1, enumeration district (ED) 835, page/sheet 14-A, dwelling 209, family 343, line 78-84; National Archives.
  2. [S218] Samuel Davis household, 1920 US Census, Middlesex County, Mass, population schedule, Lowell, part of Precinct 2, enumeration district (ED) 571, page/sheet 8-B/899, dwelling 110, family 184, line 74-81; National Archives.
  3. [S219] Samuel Davis household, 1930 US Census, Middlesex County, Mass, population schedule, Lowell, enumeration district (ED) 9-140, page/sheet 10-A, dwelling 119, family 176, line 26-31; National Archives.
  4. [S21] Ancestry.com, Social Security Death Index (Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006), Stanley H Davis. Born: 7 Sep 1909. Died: 8 Jun 1994. SSN: 033-10-7816 issued Massachusetts (Before 1951). Last Residence: 01850 Lowell, Middlesex, Massachusetts.

Margaret Siberling

F, #1404
Last Edited30 Jan 2008
Margaret Siberling was born. Her married name was Davis.

Margaret Siberling married Seward Thomas Davis II, son of William Featherston Davis Sr and Alice Lalime.

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Child of Margaret Siberling and Seward Thomas Davis II




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Kevin Davis

M, #1405
Last Edited30 Jan 2008
Kevin Davis was born at Ohio. He is the son of Seward Thomas Davis II and Margaret Siberling.

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Father*Seward Thomas Davis II b. 10 Sep 1926, d. 13 Oct 2001
Mother*Margaret Siberling



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Jennie S V Gunn

F, #1406, b. 1863
Last Edited31 Jan 2008
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of Constance Murray Chappell
Jennie S V Gunn was born in 1863 at Virginia.1,2 She was the daughter of Wlliam F Gunn and Jane E Eppes.

Jennie S V Gunn appeared in the 1870 census as a daughter of Jane E Eppes Varina, Henrico County, Virginia, in 1870. She was listed as Jennie Gunn, age 13, born in Virginia, at home; Jane Gunn, age 40, born in Virginia, keeping house.2

Jennie S V Gunn appeared in the 1880 census as a daughter of Jane E Eppes on 4 June 1880. She was listed as S V Gunn, age 17, born in Virginia; Jane A. Carter, age 49, mother, born in Virginia.1

Jennie S V Gunn died.

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Father*Wlliam F Gunn b. 1830, d. b 11 Dec 1873
Mother*Jane E Eppes b. 1831



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Citations

  1. [S107] Jane A. Carter household, 1880 US Census, Richmond (Independent City), Virginia, population schedule, District 93, enumeration district (ED) 3, page/sheet 13A, dwelling 97, family 116, line 31-33; National Archives; (Rebecca Carter, age 71, was iin the preceeding household, mother-in-law).
  2. [S60] Jane Gunn household, 1870 US Census, Henrico County, Virginia, population schedule, Varina Township, page/sheet 17, dwelling 159, family 156, line 21-23; National Archives.

Ellen Gregory1

F, #1407, b. 1888
Last Edited16 Jun 2009
Relationship2nd cousin 2 times removed of Constance Murray Chappell
Ellen Gregory was born in 1888 at Virginia.1 She was the daughter of Willoe Colbert Gregory and Martha Isabella Allen.1

Ellen Gregory appeared in the 1910 census as a granddaughter of Mitchell Ferris Allen on 27 April 1910 in 308 Third Street, Richmond, Virginia. She was listed as Ellen Gregory, age 22, born in Virginia, single, no occupation; Mitchell Allen, age 84, born in Virginia. He had been married once, for 61 years. He had no occupation. He had his own income.2

Ellen Gregory married Edmund W Christian before 1920.3 Her married name was Ellen Gregory Christian.3

Ellen Gregory appeared in the 1920 census as the wife of Edmund W Christian on 6 January 1920 in South Boulevard, Richmond, Virginia. She was listed as Ellen Christian, age 30, married, born in Virginia.4

Ellen Gregory appeared in the 1930 census as the wife of Edmund W Christian 3811 Brook Road, Richmond, Virginia, on 2 April 1930. She was listed as Gregory Christian, age 41, married. She was 25 when she firt married, born in Virginia; Edmund W Christian, age 42, married, born in Virginia. He owned his home, valued at $20,000. He was 26 when he first married. His occupation was secretary and treasurer of a tobacco company.5

Ellen Gregory died.

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Father*Willoe Colbert Gregory1 b. 1861, d. 1910
Mother*Martha Isabella Allen1 b. 15 Aug 1863, d. 1951



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Citations

  1. [S31] Mitchell Allen household, 1910 US Census, Richmond Madison Ward, Richmond (Independent City), Virginia, population schedule, Richmond Monroe Ward, enumeration district (ED) 137, page/sheet 11-A, dwelling 148, family 222, line 38-43; National Archives micropublication T624.
  2. [S31] Mitchell Allen household, 1910 US Census, Richmond Madison Ward, Richmond (Independent City), Virginia, population schedule, Richmond Monroe Ward, ED 137, page/sheet 11-A, dwelling 148, family 222, line 38-43|with 2 Allen grandchildren, Percy and Mabel.
  3. [S43] Edmund Christian household, 1920 US Census, Richmond (Independent City), Virginia, population schedule, Richmond Clay Ward, enumeration district (ED) 81, page/sheet pg/sh, dwelling 5, family 159, line 7-9; National Archives; (. There were other Gregories living in the same house).
  4. [S43] Edmund Christian household, 1920 US Census, Richmond (Independent City), Virginia, population schedule, Richmond Clay Ward, ED 81, page/sheet 8A, dwelling 5, family 159, line 7-9; (. There were other Gregories living in the same house).
  5. [S44] Edmund W Christian household, 1930 US Census, Richmond (Independent City), Virginia, population schedule, Lee Ward, Block 107, enumeration district (ED) 105, page/sheet 1B, dwelling 14, family 14, line 57-59; National Archives.

Marion Charlton Brand1

F, #1408, b. 17 January 1895, d. June 1970
Last Edited30 May 2018
Marion Brand (1940s?) in un-dated picture
RelationshipGrandaunt of Constance Murray Chappell
Marion Charlton Brand was born on 17 January 1895 at Texas.1,2 She was the daughter of Charles A Brand and Mildred Early Murray.1

Charles A Brand, Mildred Early Murray and Marion Charlton Brand appeared in the 1900 census as a lodger of Lena Witherspoon in Corsicana, Navarro County, Texas, on 1 June 1900. She was listed as Marion S Brand,age 2, born June 1898 in Texas. Her mother was born in Kentucky and her father in Georgia; Charles A Brand, born May 1858 in Georgia, age 42. He had been married 8 years. His occupation was Editor of a newspaper.1

Marion Charlton Brand married Henry Hall Hardenbergh Sr, son of John V. Hardenbergh and Mary A. (?), on 23 January 1917. She was 22 at the time.3,4 Her married name was Marian Charlton Brand Hardenbergh.4

Marion Charlton Brand appeared in the 1920 census as the wife of Henry Hall Hardenbergh Sr on 15 January 1920 in Cuckoo, Louisa County, Virginia. She was listed as Marion C. Hardenbergh, age 24, born in Texas. Her father was born in Mississippi and her mother in Kentucky; Henry H Hardenbergh, age 34, married, born in Virginia. His occupation was farmer, own farm.5

Marion Charlton Brand appeared in the 1930 census as the wife of Henry Hall Hardenbergh Sr Cuckoo, Louisa County, Virginia, on 22 April 1930. She was listed as Marion Hardenburg, age 35, married, born in Texas. She was 23 when she first married. Her father was born in New York, and her mother, in Pennsylvania; Henry H. Hardenburg, age 45, born in Virginia, married. He was 33 when he first married. His father was born in New York, and his mother, in Pennsylvania. His occupation was farmer. He owned his home.4

When she was 36, her mother, Mildred Early Murray Strobel, died on 7 February 1931 at Standardsville, Greene County, Virginia, at age 60.

Marion Charlton Brand appeared as the wife of Henry Hall Hardenbergh Sr on Henry's World War 2 Draft registration card on 27 April 1942 at Fredericks Hall, Louisa County, Virginia. She was listed as Marion Hardenberg, residing in Fredericks Hall, Louisa, Virginia; Henry Hall Hardengerg, age 57, born 16 Mar 1886 in Louisa, Virginia. He was self-employed. He was described as 5 ft 11 inches tall, 175 pounds, with blue eyes, blonde hair, and light complexion.6

Her Social Security Number was 228-42-4125 issued 1951 at Virginia.2

Marion Charlton Brand died in June 1970 at Alexandria, Virginia, at age 75.2

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Father*Charles A Brand1 b. May 1858
Mother*Mildred Early Murray1 b. 23 Oct 1870, d. 7 Feb 1931

Children of Marion Charlton Brand and Henry Hall Hardenbergh Sr




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Citations

  1. [S224] Lena Witherspoon household, 1900 US Census, Navarro County, Texas, population schedule, Corsicana Ward 4, enumeration district (ED) 98, page/sheet 1-B, dwelling 24, family 27, line 93-100; National Archives; (Brand family is line 96-98).
  2. [S21] Ancestry.com, Social Security Death Index (Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006), Marion Hardenbergh. Born: 17 Jan 1895. Died: Jun 1970. SSN: 228-42-4125 issued in Virginia(1951). Last Residence: 22313 Alexandria, Alexandria City, Virginia.
  3. [S207] Ancestry.com, Ancestry dot com (Ancestry, Provo, Utah), Brand, Marion Charlton marriage to Henry Hardenburg listed in U.S., School Yearbooks, 1900-1990, James Madison University, unpaginated.
  4. [S146] Henry H. Hardenburg household, 1930 US Census, Louisa County, Virginia, population schedule, Cuckoo, enumeration district (ED) 1, page/sheet 11-B, dwelling 195, family 205, line 58-63; National Archives.
  5. [S410] Henry H Hardenbergh household, 1920 US Census, Louisa County, Virginia, population schedule, Cuckoo, enumeration district (ED) 78, page/sheet 12/6B, dwelling 115, family 117, line 90-96; National Archives; (and Margaret Quisenberry, age 14, a black servant who could not read or write).
  6. [S130] Ancestry.com, U.S. World War 2 Draft Registration Cards (Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005), Henry Hall Hardenbergh. Residence: Fredericks Hall, Louisa, Virginia. Born: 16 Mar 1886 in Louisa, Virginia. Age 57. Person who will always know his address: Marion B Hardenberg, Fredericks Hall, Virginia. Self-employed.
  7. [S410] Henry H Hardenbergh household, 1920 US Census, Louisa County, Virginia, population schedule, Cuckoo, ED 78, page/sheet 12/6B, dwelling 115, family 117, line 90-96.

Eliza A. E. Stewart1

F, #1409, b. 1822
Last Edited7 Feb 2008
Relationship3rd great-grandaunt of Constance Murray Chappell
Eliza A. E. Stewart was born in 1822 at Virginia.2,1 She was the daughter of Edmund Stewart and Patsy Grigg.1 Her married name was Bland.1

Eliza A. E. Stewart married Richard Y Bland Jr, son of Richard Yates Bland Sr and Ann (?), before 1839 at Virginia.1

Edmund Stewart left a will 1839 at Sussex County, Virginia, in 1839. Mentioned in the county documents was Edmund Stewart. Mentioned in the county documents were John Stewart, Eliza A. E. Stewart, Richard Y Bland Jr, Richard E Stewart, John E. Stewart and Richard B Grigg.1 The probate document read as follows:
Bland, et ux v. Stewarts’ Guardian, et als

To the worshipful County Court of Sussex in Chancery Now Sitting

Humbly complaining shew unto your Worship your Complainant Richard Y Bland Jr & Eliza A. E. his wife formerly Stewart, that Edmund Stewart the father of one of your complainants died Intestate leaving considerable Estate both Real and Personal, that, as of the time of his death, he left four children, to wit: Rich(ar)d E, John E, Eliza A. E. and Martha B Stewart his Heirs at law, that one of said children has since departed this life, and your compl(aina)nt Eliza A. E. Bland and her Brothers Richard E & John E. Stewart are her Heirs, so that there are but three of the children of the said Edmund Stewart Decd. Who are entitled to distribution of said Estate. You complainants beg leave farther to represent that John Stewart and much of one of your compl(ainan)ts, departed this life some time since but before he died duly made and published his last will & testament, by which he devised a considerable Estate to the Orphans of his Brother Edmund Stewart, thus decd., that the same parties interested in the Distribution of Edmund Stewart’s Est(ate) are entitle to the said Legacy by their uncle so made, that a certain Richard B Grigg having duly qualified at their Guardian took possession of & has regularly managed the said Estates in that capacity, that your Complainant Bland has intermarried with Eliza A. E. Stewart one of the said Orphans & that they wish (page 2 begins) their portion of said Estates allotted to heirs. The Prayer of your complainants therefore is that this count would deem a Division of the said Property by Commissioners duly appointed for that purpose, & that the Said Grigg as Guardian of the said Eliza A. E. Bland, formerly Stewart, be required to settle his transactions before a Commsr. of this Court & that they may have such other and general relief as they are entitled to in Equity. They further pray that the said Grigg Guardian as aforesaid, & Richard E & John E Stewart may be made Debts hereto & called upon to answer the facts set forth in the above Bill fully & unconsciously & as in duty bound they will ever pray & etc. Butts for the Complts.

The joint and several answers of Richard B Grigg, Richard E & John E Stewart, the two last Infants by their Guardian ad litum R. B. Grigg specially appointed by the court for the purpose of defending this suit.

These Respondents saving – reserving &c all benefits &c for answer to so much of s(ai)d Bill as they are advised it is necessary for them to answer, say that they belive the facts set forth in the above Bill are true so far as they know or believe & that they have no objection that this court should made a Decree for a division of said Estates, in (page 3 begins) order to set apart the proportion of said Bland & wife & the said deft. Rich(ar)d B. Grigg farther says, that he is not only willing that the said Bland & wife should have their shar allotted them, but moreover prays the court that there may be a complete division of said Estates amongst the three children, that he has no objections, to the Decree for an account of his transactions as Guardian of said Eliza A. E. & wishes the order extended so as to comprise the three & having thus fully answered they pray to be dismissed hence to that theirs for other costs &c. Butts for Defts.

This day this cause was docreated (?) by consent of parties and come on to be heard on the Bill & Answers & was argued by counsel, upon consideration whereof the court doth adjudge, order & decree that John Lassott, Jessee Whitehorn, Johann Cain, Seymour Northerop, & Edmund Bailey be commrs. (commissioners) and they are duly appointed any three of those may act, accompanied by a competent surveyor, do value and divide the Lands belonging to the Orphans of Edmund Stewart Decd. In to three Equal parts having respect to quantity as well as quality & allot one to Richard Y Bland & Eliza A. E, his wife formerly Stewart, an other to Richard E. Stewart, & the other third to John E. Stewart, & that the said commrs. (commissioners) on some convenint day to be designated by (page 4 begins) the Parties, to meet and & divide the slaves belonging to said orphans, in to three equal parts, having regard to quantity as well as quality and allot, one equal third part to Rich(ar)d Y Bland Jr & Eliza A. E, his wife formerly Stewart, another to Richard E. Stewart & the other to John E Stewart, & that the said Commrs. Make report &c.

And the court further orders that Richard B. Grigg Guardian of Eliza A. E. Bland late Stewart & of Rich(ar)d E. & John E. Stewart do rinder an account of his transactions as such before Master Commr. Prince who is hereby directed to audit, state & settle the same & make report & that the said Bland & wife are not to have the benefit of this decree until they enter in to a Refunding Bond as a reasonable (unreadable …) to refund due proportions of Debts &c.

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Virginia: At a Court held for Sussex County the 4th day of December 1837
Richard Y. Bland jr and Eliza A. E. his wife … Plaintiffs
against
Richard B. Grigg late guardian of Eliza A. E. Stewart, and Richard E. and John E. Stewart infants by the said Richard B. Grigg specially appointed by the Court to defend them in this suit… Defendants

     In Chancery
This day this cause was docketed by consent of parties and came on to be heard on the Bill and Answered & was argued by counsel. Upon consideration whereof the Court doth adjudge, order and decree that John Jarratt, Jessee Withehorn, Isham Cain, Seymour Northerop and Edmund Bailey be Commissioners and they are hereby appointed, any three of whom may act, accompanied by a competent surveyor, do value and divide the lands belonging to the orphans of Edmund Stewart, decd. Into three equal parts, having respect to quantity as well as quality, and allot one to Richard Y Bland Jr. and Eliza A. E. his wife, formerly Stewart; another to Richard E. Stewart, and the other third to John E. Stewart, and the said Commsr. on some convenient day to be designated by the parties, do meet, and value & divide the slaves belonging to the said Orphans into three equal parts, having respect to quantity as well as quality, and allot one to Richard Y Bland Jr. and Eliza A. E. his wife, formerly Stewart; another to Richard E. Stewart, and the other third to John E. Stewart, and that the said Commissioners make report &c.

And the Court further order that Richard B Grigg guardian of Eliza A. E. Bland late Stewart, and of Richard E. and John E. Stewart do render an account of his transactions as such before Master Commissioner Prince who is hereby directed to audit, state, and settle the same an make report and that the said Bland and wife are not to have the benefit of this decree until they enter into a refunding bond in a reasonable (page 6 begins)
amount conditioned to refund due proportional of any debts &c.

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Eliza A. E. Stewart, Richard Yates Bland Sr, Ann (?), Mary G Bland, Robert C. B. Bland, Laura R Bland and John W. G. Bland appeared in the 1850 census on 20 September 1850 as a household member living with Richard Y Bland Jr at Dinwiddie County, Virginia. The official date for this census was 01 June 1850. She was listed as Ann A. E. Bland, age 28, born in Virginia; R. Yates Bland Jr., age 37, born in Virginia. His occupation was farmer. His real estate was valued at $2,000.2

Eliza A. E. Stewart died.

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Father*Edmund Stewart1 d. 1839
Mother*Patsy Grigg1

Children of Eliza A. E. Stewart and Richard Y Bland Jr




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Citations

  1. [S228] Edmund Stewart, Loose Court Papers of Sussex County, VA, 1754-1870, Box 302, Sussex County, Sussex County, Virginia, Bland, et ux v. Stewarts’ Guardian, et als. Hereinafter cited as Loose Court Papers of Sussex County, VA, 1754-1870,.
  2. [S83] R. Yates Bland, Jr household, 1850 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Vriginia, population schedule, Southern District, page/sheet n.p, dwelling 374, family 376, line 18-26; National Archives; (image 47 of 54 at ancestry.com, with Thomas R Chambers, age 22, born in Virginia, overseer).

Richard Y Bland Jr1

M, #1410, b. 1813
Last Edited8 Feb 2008
Richard Y Bland Jr was born in 1813 at Virginia.3,1 He was the son of Richard Yates Bland Sr and Ann (?)2,3

Richard Y Bland Jr married Eliza A. E. Stewart, daughter of Edmund Stewart and Patsy Grigg, before 1839 at Virginia.1

Edmund Stewart left a will 1839 at Sussex County, Virginia, in 1839. Mentioned in the county documents was Edmund Stewart. Mentioned in the county documents were John Stewart, Eliza A. E. Stewart, Richard Y Bland Jr, Richard E Stewart, John E. Stewart and Richard B Grigg in the behalf of his wife, Eliza A E Stewart Bland.1 The probate document read as follows:
Bland, et ux v. Stewarts’ Guardian, et als

To the worshipful County Court of Sussex in Chancery Now Sitting

Humbly complaining shew unto your Worship your Complainant Richard Y Bland Jr & Eliza A. E. his wife formerly Stewart, that Edmund Stewart the father of one of your complainants died Intestate leaving considerable Estate both Real and Personal, that, as of the time of his death, he left four children, to wit: Rich(ar)d E, John E, Eliza A. E. and Martha B Stewart his Heirs at law, that one of said children has since departed this life, and your compl(aina)nt Eliza A. E. Bland and her Brothers Richard E & John E. Stewart are her Heirs, so that there are but three of the children of the said Edmund Stewart Decd. Who are entitled to distribution of said Estate. You complainants beg leave farther to represent that John Stewart and much of one of your compl(ainan)ts, departed this life some time since but before he died duly made and published his last will & testament, by which he devised a considerable Estate to the Orphans of his Brother Edmund Stewart, thus decd., that the same parties interested in the Distribution of Edmund Stewart’s Est(ate) are entitle to the said Legacy by their uncle so made, that a certain Richard B Grigg having duly qualified at their Guardian took possession of & has regularly managed the said Estates in that capacity, that your Complainant Bland has intermarried with Eliza A. E. Stewart one of the said Orphans & that they wish (page 2 begins) their portion of said Estates allotted to heirs. The Prayer of your complainants therefore is that this count would deem a Division of the said Property by Commissioners duly appointed for that purpose, & that the Said Grigg as Guardian of the said Eliza A. E. Bland, formerly Stewart, be required to settle his transactions before a Commsr. of this Court & that they may have such other and general relief as they are entitled to in Equity. They further pray that the said Grigg Guardian as aforesaid, & Richard E & John E Stewart may be made Debts hereto & called upon to answer the facts set forth in the above Bill fully & unconsciously & as in duty bound they will ever pray & etc. Butts for the Complts.

The joint and several answers of Richard B Grigg, Richard E & John E Stewart, the two last Infants by their Guardian ad litum R. B. Grigg specially appointed by the court for the purpose of defending this suit.

These Respondents saving – reserving &c all benefits &c for answer to so much of s(ai)d Bill as they are advised it is necessary for them to answer, say that they belive the facts set forth in the above Bill are true so far as they know or believe & that they have no objection that this court should made a Decree for a division of said Estates, in (page 3 begins) order to set apart the proportion of said Bland & wife & the said deft. Rich(ar)d B. Grigg farther says, that he is not only willing that the said Bland & wife should have their shar allotted them, but moreover prays the court that there may be a complete division of said Estates amongst the three children, that he has no objections, to the Decree for an account of his transactions as Guardian of said Eliza A. E. & wishes the order extended so as to comprise the three & having thus fully answered they pray to be dismissed hence to that theirs for other costs &c. Butts for Defts.

This day this cause was docreated (?) by consent of parties and come on to be heard on the Bill & Answers & was argued by counsel, upon consideration whereof the court doth adjudge, order & decree that John Lassott, Jessee Whitehorn, Johann Cain, Seymour Northerop, & Edmund Bailey be commrs. (commissioners) and they are duly appointed any three of those may act, accompanied by a competent surveyor, do value and divide the Lands belonging to the Orphans of Edmund Stewart Decd. In to three Equal parts having respect to quantity as well as quality & allot one to Richard Y Bland & Eliza A. E, his wife formerly Stewart, an other to Richard E. Stewart, & the other third to John E. Stewart, & that the said commrs. (commissioners) on some convenint day to be designated by (page 4 begins) the Parties, to meet and & divide the slaves belonging to said orphans, in to three equal parts, having regard to quantity as well as quality and allot, one equal third part to Rich(ar)d Y Bland Jr & Eliza A. E, his wife formerly Stewart, another to Richard E. Stewart & the other to John E Stewart, & that the said Commrs. Make report &c.

And the court further orders that Richard B. Grigg Guardian of Eliza A. E. Bland late Stewart & of Rich(ar)d E. & John E. Stewart do rinder an account of his transactions as such before Master Commr. Prince who is hereby directed to audit, state & settle the same & make report & that the said Bland & wife are not to have the benefit of this decree until they enter in to a Refunding Bond as a reasonable (unreadable …) to refund due proportions of Debts &c.

(page 5 begins)
Virginia: At a Court held for Sussex County the 4th day of December 1837
Richard Y. Bland jr and Eliza A. E. his wife … Plaintiffs
against
Richard B. Grigg late guardian of Eliza A. E. Stewart, and Richard E. and John E. Stewart infants by the said Richard B. Grigg specially appointed by the Court to defend them in this suit… Defendants

     In Chancery
This day this cause was docketed by consent of parties and came on to be heard on the Bill and Answered & was argued by counsel. Upon consideration whereof the Court doth adjudge, order and decree that John Jarratt, Jessee Withehorn, Isham Cain, Seymour Northerop and Edmund Bailey be Commissioners and they are hereby appointed, any three of whom may act, accompanied by a competent surveyor, do value and divide the lands belonging to the orphans of Edmund Stewart, decd. Into three equal parts, having respect to quantity as well as quality, and allot one to Richard Y Bland Jr. and Eliza A. E. his wife, formerly Stewart; another to Richard E. Stewart, and the other third to John E. Stewart, and the said Commsr. on some convenient day to be designated by the parties, do meet, and value & divide the slaves belonging to the said Orphans into three equal parts, having respect to quantity as well as quality, and allot one to Richard Y Bland Jr. and Eliza A. E. his wife, formerly Stewart; another to Richard E. Stewart, and the other third to John E. Stewart, and that the said Commissioners make report &c.

And the Court further order that Richard B Grigg guardian of Eliza A. E. Bland late Stewart, and of Richard E. and John E. Stewart do render an account of his transactions as such before Master Commissioner Prince who is hereby directed to audit, state, and settle the same an make report and that the said Bland and wife are not to have the benefit of this decree until they enter into a refunding bond in a reasonable (page 6 begins)
amount conditioned to refund due proportional of any debts &c.

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Richard Y Bland Jr appeared in the 1850 census as the head of household, free population schedule at Dinwiddie County, Virginia, on 20 September 1850. Also living in the house was Eliza A. E. Stewart, Richard Yates Bland Sr, Ann (?), Mary G Bland, Robert C. B. Bland, Laura R Bland and John W. G. Bland. He was listed as R. Yates Bland Jr., age 37, born in Virginia. His occupation was farmer. His real estate was valued at $2,000.3

Richard Y Bland Jr died.

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Father*Richard Yates Bland Sr2 b. 1770, d. a 20 Sep 1850
Mother*Ann (?)3 b. 1772

Children of Richard Y Bland Jr and Eliza A. E. Stewart




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Citations

  1. [S228] Edmund Stewart, Loose Court Papers of Sussex County, VA, 1754-1870, Box 302, Sussex County, Sussex County, Virginia, Bland, et ux v. Stewarts’ Guardian, et als. Hereinafter cited as Loose Court Papers of Sussex County, VA, 1754-1870,.
  2. [S83] R. Yates Bland, Jr household, 1850 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Vriginia, population schedule, Southern District, page/sheet pg/sh, dwelling 374, family 376, line 18-26; National Archives.
  3. [S83] R. Yates Bland, Jr household, 1850 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Vriginia, population schedule, Southern District, page/sheet n.p, dwelling 374, family 376, line 18-26; (image 47 of 54 at ancestry.com, with Thomas R Chambers, age 22, born in Virginia, overseer).

Richard E Stewart1

M, #1411
Last Edited6 Feb 2008
Relationship3rd great-granduncle of Constance Murray Chappell
Richard E Stewart was born at Virginia.1 He was the son of Edmund Stewart and Patsy Grigg.1

Edmund Stewart left a will 1839 at Sussex County, Virginia, in 1839. Mentioned in the county documents was Edmund Stewart. Mentioned in the county documents were John Stewart, Eliza A. E. Stewart, Richard Y Bland Jr, Richard E Stewart, John E. Stewart and Richard B Grigg.1 The probate document read as follows:
Bland, et ux v. Stewarts’ Guardian, et als

To the worshipful County Court of Sussex in Chancery Now Sitting

Humbly complaining shew unto your Worship your Complainant Richard Y Bland Jr & Eliza A. E. his wife formerly Stewart, that Edmund Stewart the father of one of your complainants died Intestate leaving considerable Estate both Real and Personal, that, as of the time of his death, he left four children, to wit: Rich(ar)d E, John E, Eliza A. E. and Martha B Stewart his Heirs at law, that one of said children has since departed this life, and your compl(aina)nt Eliza A. E. Bland and her Brothers Richard E & John E. Stewart are her Heirs, so that there are but three of the children of the said Edmund Stewart Decd. Who are entitled to distribution of said Estate. You complainants beg leave farther to represent that John Stewart and much of one of your compl(ainan)ts, departed this life some time since but before he died duly made and published his last will & testament, by which he devised a considerable Estate to the Orphans of his Brother Edmund Stewart, thus decd., that the same parties interested in the Distribution of Edmund Stewart’s Est(ate) are entitle to the said Legacy by their uncle so made, that a certain Richard B Grigg having duly qualified at their Guardian took possession of & has regularly managed the said Estates in that capacity, that your Complainant Bland has intermarried with Eliza A. E. Stewart one of the said Orphans & that they wish (page 2 begins) their portion of said Estates allotted to heirs. The Prayer of your complainants therefore is that this count would deem a Division of the said Property by Commissioners duly appointed for that purpose, & that the Said Grigg as Guardian of the said Eliza A. E. Bland, formerly Stewart, be required to settle his transactions before a Commsr. of this Court & that they may have such other and general relief as they are entitled to in Equity. They further pray that the said Grigg Guardian as aforesaid, & Richard E & John E Stewart may be made Debts hereto & called upon to answer the facts set forth in the above Bill fully & unconsciously & as in duty bound they will ever pray & etc. Butts for the Complts.

The joint and several answers of Richard B Grigg, Richard E & John E Stewart, the two last Infants by their Guardian ad litum R. B. Grigg specially appointed by the court for the purpose of defending this suit.

These Respondents saving – reserving &c all benefits &c for answer to so much of s(ai)d Bill as they are advised it is necessary for them to answer, say that they belive the facts set forth in the above Bill are true so far as they know or believe & that they have no objection that this court should made a Decree for a division of said Estates, in (page 3 begins) order to set apart the proportion of said Bland & wife & the said deft. Rich(ar)d B. Grigg farther says, that he is not only willing that the said Bland & wife should have their shar allotted them, but moreover prays the court that there may be a complete division of said Estates amongst the three children, that he has no objections, to the Decree for an account of his transactions as Guardian of said Eliza A. E. & wishes the order extended so as to comprise the three & having thus fully answered they pray to be dismissed hence to that theirs for other costs &c. Butts for Defts.

This day this cause was docreated (?) by consent of parties and come on to be heard on the Bill & Answers & was argued by counsel, upon consideration whereof the court doth adjudge, order & decree that John Lassott, Jessee Whitehorn, Johann Cain, Seymour Northerop, & Edmund Bailey be commrs. (commissioners) and they are duly appointed any three of those may act, accompanied by a competent surveyor, do value and divide the Lands belonging to the Orphans of Edmund Stewart Decd. In to three Equal parts having respect to quantity as well as quality & allot one to Richard Y Bland & Eliza A. E, his wife formerly Stewart, an other to Richard E. Stewart, & the other third to John E. Stewart, & that the said commrs. (commissioners) on some convenint day to be designated by (page 4 begins) the Parties, to meet and & divide the slaves belonging to said orphans, in to three equal parts, having regard to quantity as well as quality and allot, one equal third part to Rich(ar)d Y Bland Jr & Eliza A. E, his wife formerly Stewart, another to Richard E. Stewart & the other to John E Stewart, & that the said Commrs. Make report &c.

And the court further orders that Richard B. Grigg Guardian of Eliza A. E. Bland late Stewart & of Rich(ar)d E. & John E. Stewart do rinder an account of his transactions as such before Master Commr. Prince who is hereby directed to audit, state & settle the same & make report & that the said Bland & wife are not to have the benefit of this decree until they enter in to a Refunding Bond as a reasonable (unreadable …) to refund due proportions of Debts &c.

(page 5 begins)
Virginia: At a Court held for Sussex County the 4th day of December 1837
Richard Y. Bland jr and Eliza A. E. his wife … Plaintiffs
against
Richard B. Grigg late guardian of Eliza A. E. Stewart, and Richard E. and John E. Stewart infants by the said Richard B. Grigg specially appointed by the Court to defend them in this suit… Defendants

     In Chancery
This day this cause was docketed by consent of parties and came on to be heard on the Bill and Answered & was argued by counsel. Upon consideration whereof the Court doth adjudge, order and decree that John Jarratt, Jessee Withehorn, Isham Cain, Seymour Northerop and Edmund Bailey be Commissioners and they are hereby appointed, any three of whom may act, accompanied by a competent surveyor, do value and divide the lands belonging to the orphans of Edmund Stewart, decd. Into three equal parts, having respect to quantity as well as quality, and allot one to Richard Y Bland Jr. and Eliza A. E. his wife, formerly Stewart; another to Richard E. Stewart, and the other third to John E. Stewart, and the said Commsr. on some convenient day to be designated by the parties, do meet, and value & divide the slaves belonging to the said Orphans into three equal parts, having respect to quantity as well as quality, and allot one to Richard Y Bland Jr. and Eliza A. E. his wife, formerly Stewart; another to Richard E. Stewart, and the other third to John E. Stewart, and that the said Commissioners make report &c.

And the Court further order that Richard B Grigg guardian of Eliza A. E. Bland late Stewart, and of Richard E. and John E. Stewart do render an account of his transactions as such before Master Commissioner Prince who is hereby directed to audit, state, and settle the same an make report and that the said Bland and wife are not to have the benefit of this decree until they enter into a refunding bond in a reasonable (page 6 begins)
amount conditioned to refund due proportional of any debts &c.

to be continued...
1

Richard E Stewart died.

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Father*Edmund Stewart1 d. 1839
Mother*Patsy Grigg1



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Citations

  1. [S228] Edmund Stewart, Loose Court Papers of Sussex County, VA, 1754-1870, Box 302, Sussex County, Sussex County, Virginia, Bland, et ux v. Stewarts’ Guardian, et als. Hereinafter cited as Loose Court Papers of Sussex County, VA, 1754-1870,.

Martha B Stewart1

F, #1412, d. before 1839
Last Edited12 Nov 2008
Relationship3rd great-grandaunt of Constance Murray Chappell
Martha B Stewart was born at Virginia. She was the daughter of Edmund Stewart and Patsy Grigg.1

Martha B Stewart died before 1839 at Virginia.1

Edmund Stewart left a will 1839 at Sussex County, Virginia, and mentioned as deceased, Martha B Stewart.1 The probate document read as follows:
Bland, et ux v. Stewarts’ Guardian, et als

To the worshipful County Court of Sussex in Chancery Now Sitting

Humbly complaining shew unto your Worship your Complainant Richard Y Bland Jr & Eliza A. E. his wife formerly Stewart, that Edmund Stewart the father of one of your complainants died Intestate leaving considerable Estate both Real and Personal, that, as of the time of his death, he left four children, to wit: Rich(ar)d E, John E, Eliza A. E. and Martha B Stewart his Heirs at law, that one of said children has since departed this life, and your compl(aina)nt Eliza A. E. Bland and her Brothers Richard E & John E. Stewart are her Heirs, so that there are but three of the children of the said Edmund Stewart Decd. Who are entitled to distribution of said Estate. You complainants beg leave farther to represent that John Stewart and much of one of your compl(ainan)ts, departed this life some time since but before he died duly made and published his last will & testament, by which he devised a considerable Estate to the Orphans of his Brother Edmund Stewart, thus decd., that the same parties interested in the Distribution of Edmund Stewart’s Est(ate) are entitle to the said Legacy by their uncle so made, that a certain Richard B Grigg having duly qualified at their Guardian took possession of & has regularly managed the said Estates in that capacity, that your Complainant Bland has intermarried with Eliza A. E. Stewart one of the said Orphans & that they wish (page 2 begins) their portion of said Estates allotted to heirs. The Prayer of your complainants therefore is that this count would deem a Division of the said Property by Commissioners duly appointed for that purpose, & that the Said Grigg as Guardian of the said Eliza A. E. Bland, formerly Stewart, be required to settle his transactions before a Commsr. of this Court & that they may have such other and general relief as they are entitled to in Equity. They further pray that the said Grigg Guardian as aforesaid, & Richard E & John E Stewart may be made Debts hereto & called upon to answer the facts set forth in the above Bill fully & unconsciously & as in duty bound they will ever pray & etc. Butts for the Complts.

The joint and several answers of Richard B Grigg, Richard E & John E Stewart, the two last Infants by their Guardian ad litum R. B. Grigg specially appointed by the court for the purpose of defending this suit.

These Respondents saving – reserving &c all benefits &c for answer to so much of s(ai)d Bill as they are advised it is necessary for them to answer, say that they belive the facts set forth in the above Bill are true so far as they know or believe & that they have no objection that this court should made a Decree for a division of said Estates, in (page 3 begins) order to set apart the proportion of said Bland & wife & the said deft. Rich(ar)d B. Grigg farther says, that he is not only willing that the said Bland & wife should have their shar allotted them, but moreover prays the court that there may be a complete division of said Estates amongst the three children, that he has no objections, to the Decree for an account of his transactions as Guardian of said Eliza A. E. & wishes the order extended so as to comprise the three & having thus fully answered they pray to be dismissed hence to that theirs for other costs &c. Butts for Defts.

This day this cause was docreated (?) by consent of parties and come on to be heard on the Bill & Answers & was argued by counsel, upon consideration whereof the court doth adjudge, order & decree that John Lassott, Jessee Whitehorn, Johann Cain, Seymour Northerop, & Edmund Bailey be commrs. (commissioners) and they are duly appointed any three of those may act, accompanied by a competent surveyor, do value and divide the Lands belonging to the Orphans of Edmund Stewart Decd. In to three Equal parts having respect to quantity as well as quality & allot one to Richard Y Bland & Eliza A. E, his wife formerly Stewart, an other to Richard E. Stewart, & the other third to John E. Stewart, & that the said commrs. (commissioners) on some convenint day to be designated by (page 4 begins) the Parties, to meet and & divide the slaves belonging to said orphans, in to three equal parts, having regard to quantity as well as quality and allot, one equal third part to Rich(ar)d Y Bland Jr & Eliza A. E, his wife formerly Stewart, another to Richard E. Stewart & the other to John E Stewart, & that the said Commrs. Make report &c.

And the court further orders that Richard B. Grigg Guardian of Eliza A. E. Bland late Stewart & of Rich(ar)d E. & John E. Stewart do rinder an account of his transactions as such before Master Commr. Prince who is hereby directed to audit, state & settle the same & make report & that the said Bland & wife are not to have the benefit of this decree until they enter in to a Refunding Bond as a reasonable (unreadable …) to refund due proportions of Debts &c.

(page 5 begins)
Virginia: At a Court held for Sussex County the 4th day of December 1837
Richard Y. Bland jr and Eliza A. E. his wife … Plaintiffs
against
Richard B. Grigg late guardian of Eliza A. E. Stewart, and Richard E. and John E. Stewart infants by the said Richard B. Grigg specially appointed by the Court to defend them in this suit… Defendants

     In Chancery
This day this cause was docketed by consent of parties and came on to be heard on the Bill and Answered & was argued by counsel. Upon consideration whereof the Court doth adjudge, order and decree that John Jarratt, Jessee Withehorn, Isham Cain, Seymour Northerop and Edmund Bailey be Commissioners and they are hereby appointed, any three of whom may act, accompanied by a competent surveyor, do value and divide the lands belonging to the orphans of Edmund Stewart, decd. Into three equal parts, having respect to quantity as well as quality, and allot one to Richard Y Bland Jr. and Eliza A. E. his wife, formerly Stewart; another to Richard E. Stewart, and the other third to John E. Stewart, and the said Commsr. on some convenient day to be designated by the parties, do meet, and value & divide the slaves belonging to the said Orphans into three equal parts, having respect to quantity as well as quality, and allot one to Richard Y Bland Jr. and Eliza A. E. his wife, formerly Stewart; another to Richard E. Stewart, and the other third to John E. Stewart, and that the said Commissioners make report &c.

And the Court further order that Richard B Grigg guardian of Eliza A. E. Bland late Stewart, and of Richard E. and John E. Stewart do render an account of his transactions as such before Master Commissioner Prince who is hereby directed to audit, state, and settle the same an make report and that the said Bland and wife are not to have the benefit of this decree until they enter into a refunding bond in a reasonable (page 6 begins)
amount conditioned to refund due proportional of any debts &c.

to be continued...
1

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The material on this website is subject to copyright. Facts – names, dates, and places – cannot be copyrighted; you are free to copy them. But the narratives are my creative work product and are copyrighted. You may copy them for your personal use, but please respect my copyright and do not republish them in any form, including copying them to your tree on Ancestry or elsewhere, unless you have obtained written permission from me. Many of the images are also copyrighted, and may not be copied without the consent of the copyright holders.

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Father*Edmund Stewart1 d. 1839
Mother*Patsy Grigg1



© Copyright Constance Murray Chappell Horne, 2008-2018. The information on this website may not be used for commercial purposes. If your project is non-commercial, you may use the information on this website if you clearly identify the source of the information, which could read as follows: Compiled and presented by Constance Murray Chappell Horne, "Chappell / Horne Genealogy", http://roots.thehornes.us/

Citations

  1. [S228] Edmund Stewart, Loose Court Papers of Sussex County, VA, 1754-1870, Box 302, Sussex County, Sussex County, Virginia, Bland, et ux v. Stewarts’ Guardian, et als. Hereinafter cited as Loose Court Papers of Sussex County, VA, 1754-1870,.

(Male) Stewart

M, #1413
Last Edited15 Nov 2008
Relationship5th great-grandfather of Constance Murray Chappell
ChartsPedigree Chart - John R Chappell Jr
(Male) Stewart was born.

(Male) Stewart died.

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Children of (Male) Stewart




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Citations

  1. [S228] Edmund Stewart, Loose Court Papers of Sussex County, VA, 1754-1870, Box 302, Sussex County, Sussex County, Virginia, Bland, et ux v. Stewarts’ Guardian, et als. Hereinafter cited as Loose Court Papers of Sussex County, VA, 1754-1870,.

John Stewart1

M, #1414, d. before 1839
Last Edited5 Jul 2009
Relationship4th great-granduncle of Constance Murray Chappell
John Stewart was born. He was the son of (Male) Stewart.1

John Stewart died before 1839 at Virginia.1

Research Notes: He had left some of his estate to the "orphan children of his brother Edmund" Stewart


John Stewart left a will 1839 at Sussex County, Virginia, in 1839. Mentioned in the county documents was Edmund Stewart. Mentioned in the county documents were John Stewart, Eliza A. E. Stewart, Richard Y Bland Jr, Richard E Stewart, John E. Stewart and Richard B Grigg.1 The probate document read as follows:
Bland, et ux v. Stewarts’ Guardian, et als

To the worshipful County Court of Sussex in Chancery Now Sitting

Humbly complaining shew unto your Worship your Complainant Richard Y Bland Jr & Eliza A. E. his wife formerly Stewart, that Edmund Stewart the father of one of your complainants died Intestate leaving considerable Estate both Real and Personal, that, as of the time of his death, he left four children, to wit: Rich(ar)d E, John E, Eliza A. E. and Martha B Stewart his Heirs at law, that one of said children has since departed this life, and your compl(aina)nt Eliza A. E. Bland and her Brothers Richard E & John E. Stewart are her Heirs, so that there are but three of the children of the said Edmund Stewart Decd. Who are entitled to distribution of said Estate. You complainants beg leave farther to represent that John Stewart and much of one of your compl(ainan)ts, departed this life some time since but before he died duly made and published his last will & testament, by which he devised a considerable Estate to the Orphans of his Brother Edmund Stewart, thus decd., that the same parties interested in the Distribution of Edmund Stewart’s Est(ate) are entitle to the said Legacy by their uncle so made, that a certain Richard B Grigg having duly qualified at their Guardian took possession of & has regularly managed the said Estates in that capacity, that your Complainant Bland has intermarried with Eliza A. E. Stewart one of the said Orphans & that they wish (page 2 begins) their portion of said Estates allotted to heirs. The Prayer of your complainants therefore is that this count would deem a Division of the said Property by Commissioners duly appointed for that purpose, & that the Said Grigg as Guardian of the said Eliza A. E. Bland, formerly Stewart, be required to settle his transactions before a Commsr. of this Court & that they may have such other and general relief as they are entitled to in Equity. They further pray that the said Grigg Guardian as aforesaid, & Richard E & John E Stewart may be made Debts hereto & called upon to answer the facts set forth in the above Bill fully & unconsciously & as in duty bound they will ever pray & etc. Butts for the Complts.

The joint and several answers of Richard B Grigg, Richard E & John E Stewart, the two last Infants by their Guardian ad litum R. B. Grigg specially appointed by the court for the purpose of defending this suit.

These Respondents saving – reserving &c all benefits &c for answer to so much of s(ai)d Bill as they are advised it is necessary for them to answer, say that they belive the facts set forth in the above Bill are true so far as they know or believe & that they have no objection that this court should made a Decree for a division of said Estates, in (page 3 begins) order to set apart the proportion of said Bland & wife & the said deft. Rich(ar)d B. Grigg farther says, that he is not only willing that the said Bland & wife should have their shar allotted them, but moreover prays the court that there may be a complete division of said Estates amongst the three children, that he has no objections, to the Decree for an account of his transactions as Guardian of said Eliza A. E. & wishes the order extended so as to comprise the three & having thus fully answered they pray to be dismissed hence to that theirs for other costs &c. Butts for Defts.

This day this cause was docreated (?) by consent of parties and come on to be heard on the Bill & Answers & was argued by counsel, upon consideration whereof the court doth adjudge, order & decree that John Lassott, Jessee Whitehorn, Johann Cain, Seymour Northerop, & Edmund Bailey be commrs. (commissioners) and they are duly appointed any three of those may act, accompanied by a competent surveyor, do value and divide the Lands belonging to the Orphans of Edmund Stewart Decd. In to three Equal parts having respect to quantity as well as quality & allot one to Richard Y Bland & Eliza A. E, his wife formerly Stewart, an other to Richard E. Stewart, & the other third to John E. Stewart, & that the said commrs. (commissioners) on some convenint day to be designated by (page 4 begins) the Parties, to meet and & divide the slaves belonging to said orphans, in to three equal parts, having regard to quantity as well as quality and allot, one equal third part to Rich(ar)d Y Bland Jr & Eliza A. E, his wife formerly Stewart, another to Richard E. Stewart & the other to John E Stewart, & that the said Commrs. Make report &c.

And the court further orders that Richard B. Grigg Guardian of Eliza A. E. Bland late Stewart & of Rich(ar)d E. & John E. Stewart do rinder an account of his transactions as such before Master Commr. Prince who is hereby directed to audit, state & settle the same & make report & that the said Bland & wife are not to have the benefit of this decree until they enter in to a Refunding Bond as a reasonable (unreadable …) to refund due proportions of Debts &c.

(page 5 begins)
Virginia: At a Court held for Sussex County the 4th day of December 1837
Richard Y. Bland jr and Eliza A. E. his wife … Plaintiffs
against
Richard B. Grigg late guardian of Eliza A. E. Stewart, and Richard E. and John E. Stewart infants by the said Richard B. Grigg specially appointed by the Court to defend them in this suit… Defendants

     In Chancery
This day this cause was docketed by consent of parties and came on to be heard on the Bill and Answered & was argued by counsel. Upon consideration whereof the Court doth adjudge, order and decree that John Jarratt, Jessee Withehorn, Isham Cain, Seymour Northerop and Edmund Bailey be Commissioners and they are hereby appointed, any three of whom may act, accompanied by a competent surveyor, do value and divide the lands belonging to the orphans of Edmund Stewart, decd. Into three equal parts, having respect to quantity as well as quality, and allot one to Richard Y Bland Jr. and Eliza A. E. his wife, formerly Stewart; another to Richard E. Stewart, and the other third to John E. Stewart, and the said Commsr. on some convenient day to be designated by the parties, do meet, and value & divide the slaves belonging to the said Orphans into three equal parts, having respect to quantity as well as quality, and allot one to Richard Y Bland Jr. and Eliza A. E. his wife, formerly Stewart; another to Richard E. Stewart, and the other third to John E. Stewart, and that the said Commissioners make report &c.

And the Court further order that Richard B Grigg guardian of Eliza A. E. Bland late Stewart, and of Richard E. and John E. Stewart do render an account of his transactions as such before Master Commissioner Prince who is hereby directed to audit, state, and settle the same an make report and that the said Bland and wife are not to have the benefit of this decree until they enter into a refunding bond in a reasonable (page 6 begins)
amount conditioned to refund due proportional of any debts &c.

to be continued...
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Father*(Male) Stewart1



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Citations

  1. [S228] Edmund Stewart, Loose Court Papers of Sussex County, VA, 1754-1870, Box 302, Sussex County, Sussex County, Virginia, Bland, et ux v. Stewarts’ Guardian, et als. Hereinafter cited as Loose Court Papers of Sussex County, VA, 1754-1870,.

Richard B Grigg

M, #1415
Last Edited10 Feb 2008
Richard B Grigg was born.

Edmund Stewart left a will 1839 at Sussex County, Virginia, in 1839. Mentioned in the county documents was Edmund Stewart. Mentioned in the county documents were John Stewart, Eliza A. E. Stewart, Richard Y Bland Jr, Richard E Stewart, John E. Stewart and Richard B Grigg. He was the guardian of the orphaned, under-aged children of Edmund Stewart.1 The probate document read as follows:
Bland, et ux v. Stewarts’ Guardian, et als

To the worshipful County Court of Sussex in Chancery Now Sitting

Humbly complaining shew unto your Worship your Complainant Richard Y Bland Jr & Eliza A. E. his wife formerly Stewart, that Edmund Stewart the father of one of your complainants died Intestate leaving considerable Estate both Real and Personal, that, as of the time of his death, he left four children, to wit: Rich(ar)d E, John E, Eliza A. E. and Martha B Stewart his Heirs at law, that one of said children has since departed this life, and your compl(aina)nt Eliza A. E. Bland and her Brothers Richard E & John E. Stewart are her Heirs, so that there are but three of the children of the said Edmund Stewart Decd. Who are entitled to distribution of said Estate. You complainants beg leave farther to represent that John Stewart and much of one of your compl(ainan)ts, departed this life some time since but before he died duly made and published his last will & testament, by which he devised a considerable Estate to the Orphans of his Brother Edmund Stewart, thus decd., that the same parties interested in the Distribution of Edmund Stewart’s Est(ate) are entitle to the said Legacy by their uncle so made, that a certain Richard B Grigg having duly qualified at their Guardian took possession of & has regularly managed the said Estates in that capacity, that your Complainant Bland has intermarried with Eliza A. E. Stewart one of the said Orphans & that they wish (page 2 begins) their portion of said Estates allotted to heirs. The Prayer of your complainants therefore is that this count would deem a Division of the said Property by Commissioners duly appointed for that purpose, & that the Said Grigg as Guardian of the said Eliza A. E. Bland, formerly Stewart, be required to settle his transactions before a Commsr. of this Court & that they may have such other and general relief as they are entitled to in Equity. They further pray that the said Grigg Guardian as aforesaid, & Richard E & John E Stewart may be made Debts hereto & called upon to answer the facts set forth in the above Bill fully & unconsciously & as in duty bound they will ever pray & etc. Butts for the Complts.

The joint and several answers of Richard B Grigg, Richard E & John E Stewart, the two last Infants by their Guardian ad litum R. B. Grigg specially appointed by the court for the purpose of defending this suit.

These Respondents saving – reserving &c all benefits &c for answer to so much of s(ai)d Bill as they are advised it is necessary for them to answer, say that they belive the facts set forth in the above Bill are true so far as they know or believe & that they have no objection that this court should made a Decree for a division of said Estates, in (page 3 begins) order to set apart the proportion of said Bland & wife & the said deft. Rich(ar)d B. Grigg farther says, that he is not only willing that the said Bland & wife should have their shar allotted them, but moreover prays the court that there may be a complete division of said Estates amongst the three children, that he has no objections, to the Decree for an account of his transactions as Guardian of said Eliza A. E. & wishes the order extended so as to comprise the three & having thus fully answered they pray to be dismissed hence to that theirs for other costs &c. Butts for Defts.

This day this cause was docreated (?) by consent of parties and come on to be heard on the Bill & Answers & was argued by counsel, upon consideration whereof the court doth adjudge, order & decree that John Lassott, Jessee Whitehorn, Johann Cain, Seymour Northerop, & Edmund Bailey be commrs. (commissioners) and they are duly appointed any three of those may act, accompanied by a competent surveyor, do value and divide the Lands belonging to the Orphans of Edmund Stewart Decd. In to three Equal parts having respect to quantity as well as quality & allot one to Richard Y Bland & Eliza A. E, his wife formerly Stewart, an other to Richard E. Stewart, & the other third to John E. Stewart, & that the said commrs. (commissioners) on some convenint day to be designated by (page 4 begins) the Parties, to meet and & divide the slaves belonging to said orphans, in to three equal parts, having regard to quantity as well as quality and allot, one equal third part to Rich(ar)d Y Bland Jr & Eliza A. E, his wife formerly Stewart, another to Richard E. Stewart & the other to John E Stewart, & that the said Commrs. Make report &c.

And the court further orders that Richard B. Grigg Guardian of Eliza A. E. Bland late Stewart & of Rich(ar)d E. & John E. Stewart do rinder an account of his transactions as such before Master Commr. Prince who is hereby directed to audit, state & settle the same & make report & that the said Bland & wife are not to have the benefit of this decree until they enter in to a Refunding Bond as a reasonable (unreadable …) to refund due proportions of Debts &c.

(page 5 begins)
Virginia: At a Court held for Sussex County the 4th day of December 1837
Richard Y. Bland jr and Eliza A. E. his wife … Plaintiffs
against
Richard B. Grigg late guardian of Eliza A. E. Stewart, and Richard E. and John E. Stewart infants by the said Richard B. Grigg specially appointed by the Court to defend them in this suit… Defendants

     In Chancery
This day this cause was docketed by consent of parties and came on to be heard on the Bill and Answered & was argued by counsel. Upon consideration whereof the Court doth adjudge, order and decree that John Jarratt, Jessee Withehorn, Isham Cain, Seymour Northerop and Edmund Bailey be Commissioners and they are hereby appointed, any three of whom may act, accompanied by a competent surveyor, do value and divide the lands belonging to the orphans of Edmund Stewart, decd. Into three equal parts, having respect to quantity as well as quality, and allot one to Richard Y Bland Jr. and Eliza A. E. his wife, formerly Stewart; another to Richard E. Stewart, and the other third to John E. Stewart, and the said Commsr. on some convenient day to be designated by the parties, do meet, and value & divide the slaves belonging to the said Orphans into three equal parts, having respect to quantity as well as quality, and allot one to Richard Y Bland Jr. and Eliza A. E. his wife, formerly Stewart; another to Richard E. Stewart, and the other third to John E. Stewart, and that the said Commissioners make report &c.

And the Court further order that Richard B Grigg guardian of Eliza A. E. Bland late Stewart, and of Richard E. and John E. Stewart do render an account of his transactions as such before Master Commissioner Prince who is hereby directed to audit, state, and settle the same an make report and that the said Bland and wife are not to have the benefit of this decree until they enter into a refunding bond in a reasonable (page 6 begins)
amount conditioned to refund due proportional of any debts &c.

to be continued...
1

Richard B Grigg died.

Research Notes: Is Richard the brother of Patsy Grigg Stewart? Was that why he was appointed guardian of her minor children?

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Citations

  1. [S228] Edmund Stewart, Loose Court Papers of Sussex County, VA, 1754-1870, Box 302, Sussex County, Sussex County, Virginia, Bland, et ux v. Stewarts’ Guardian, et als. Hereinafter cited as Loose Court Papers of Sussex County, VA, 1754-1870,.

Richard Yates Bland Sr1

M, #1416, b. 1770, d. after 20 September 1850
Last Edited7 Feb 2008
Richard Yates Bland Sr was born in 1770 at Virginia.2

Richard Yates Bland Sr married Ann (?)3

Eliza A. E. Stewart, Richard Yates Bland Sr, Ann (?), Mary G Bland, Robert C. B. Bland, Laura R Bland and John W. G. Bland appeared in the 1850 census on 20 September 1850 as a household member living with Richard Y Bland Jr at Dinwiddie County, Virginia. The official date for this census was 01 June 1850. He was listed as Richard Y. Bland Sr, age 80, born in Virginia. He had no occupation; R. Yates Bland Jr., age 37, born in Virginia. His occupation was farmer. His real estate was valued at $2,000.3

Richard Yates Bland Sr died after 20 September 1850.1

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Child of Richard Yates Bland Sr

Child of Richard Yates Bland Sr and Ann (?)




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Citations

  1. [S83] R. Yates Bland, Jr household, 1850 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Vriginia, population schedule, Southern District, page/sheet pg/sh, dwelling 374, family 376, line 18-26; National Archives.
  2. [S83] R. Yates Bland, Jr household, 1850 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Vriginia, population schedule, Southern District, page/sheet n.p, dwelling 374, family 376, line 18-26; (image 47 of 54 at ancestry.com).
  3. [S83] R. Yates Bland, Jr household, 1850 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Vriginia, population schedule, Southern District, page/sheet n.p, dwelling 374, family 376, line 18-26; (image 47 of 54 at ancestry.com, with Thomas R Chambers, age 22, born in Virginia, overseer).

Mary G Bland1

F, #1417, b. 1803
Last Edited7 Feb 2008
Mary G Bland was born in 1803 at Virginia.1 She was the daughter of Richard Yates Bland Sr.1

Eliza A. E. Stewart, Richard Yates Bland Sr, Ann (?), Mary G Bland, Robert C. B. Bland, Laura R Bland and John W. G. Bland appeared in the 1850 census on 20 September 1850 as a household member living with Richard Y Bland Jr at Dinwiddie County, Virginia. The official date for this census was 01 June 1850. She was listed as Mary G. Bland, age 47, born in Virginia; R. Yates Bland Jr., age 37, born in Virginia. His occupation was farmer. His real estate was valued at $2,000.1

Mary G Bland died.

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Father*Richard Yates Bland Sr1 b. 1770, d. a 20 Sep 1850



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Citations

  1. [S83] R. Yates Bland, Jr household, 1850 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Vriginia, population schedule, Southern District, page/sheet n.p, dwelling 374, family 376, line 18-26; National Archives; (image 47 of 54 at ancestry.com, with Thomas R Chambers, age 22, born in Virginia, overseer).

Ann (?)1

F, #1418, b. 1772
Last Edited7 Feb 2008
Her married name was Bland.1 Ann (?) was born in 1772 at Virginia.1

Ann (?) married Richard Yates Bland Sr.1

Eliza A. E. Stewart, Richard Yates Bland Sr, Ann (?), Mary G Bland, Robert C. B. Bland, Laura R Bland and John W. G. Bland appeared in the 1850 census on 20 September 1850 as a household member living with Richard Y Bland Jr at Dinwiddie County, Virginia. The official date for this census was 01 June 1850. She was listed as Ann Bland, age 78, born in Virginia; R. Yates Bland Jr., age 37, born in Virginia. His occupation was farmer. His real estate was valued at $2,000.1

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Child of Ann (?) and Richard Yates Bland Sr




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Citations

  1. [S83] R. Yates Bland, Jr household, 1850 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Vriginia, population schedule, Southern District, page/sheet n.p, dwelling 374, family 376, line 18-26; National Archives; (image 47 of 54 at ancestry.com, with Thomas R Chambers, age 22, born in Virginia, overseer).

Robert C. B. Bland1

M, #1419, b. 1843
Last Edited7 Feb 2008
Relationship1st cousin 4 times removed of Constance Murray Chappell
Robert C. B. Bland was born in 1843 at Virginia.1 He was the son of Richard Y Bland Jr and Eliza A. E. Stewart.1

Eliza A. E. Stewart, Richard Yates Bland Sr, Ann (?), Mary G Bland, Robert C. B. Bland, Laura R Bland and John W. G. Bland appeared in the 1850 census on 20 September 1850 as a household member living with Richard Y Bland Jr at Dinwiddie County, Virginia. The official date for this census was 01 June 1850. He was listed as Robert C. B. Bland, age 7, born in Virginia; R. Yates Bland Jr., age 37, born in Virginia. His occupation was farmer. His real estate was valued at $2,000.1

Robert C. B. Bland died.

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Father*Richard Y Bland Jr1 b. 1813
Mother*Eliza A. E. Stewart1 b. 1822



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Citations

  1. [S83] R. Yates Bland, Jr household, 1850 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Vriginia, population schedule, Southern District, page/sheet n.p, dwelling 374, family 376, line 18-26; National Archives; (image 47 of 54 at ancestry.com, with Thomas R Chambers, age 22, born in Virginia, overseer).

Laura R Bland1

F, #1420, b. 1845
Last Edited7 Feb 2008
Relationship1st cousin 4 times removed of Constance Murray Chappell
Laura R Bland was born in 1845 at Virginia.1 She was the daughter of Richard Y Bland Jr and Eliza A. E. Stewart.1

Eliza A. E. Stewart, Richard Yates Bland Sr, Ann (?), Mary G Bland, Robert C. B. Bland, Laura R Bland and John W. G. Bland appeared in the 1850 census on 20 September 1850 as a household member living with Richard Y Bland Jr at Dinwiddie County, Virginia. The official date for this census was 01 June 1850. She was listed as Laura R. Bland, age 5, born in Virginia; R. Yates Bland Jr., age 37, born in Virginia. His occupation was farmer. His real estate was valued at $2,000.1

Laura R Bland died.

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Father*Richard Y Bland Jr1 b. 1813
Mother*Eliza A. E. Stewart1 b. 1822



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Citations

  1. [S83] R. Yates Bland, Jr household, 1850 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Vriginia, population schedule, Southern District, page/sheet n.p, dwelling 374, family 376, line 18-26; National Archives; (image 47 of 54 at ancestry.com, with Thomas R Chambers, age 22, born in Virginia, overseer).

John W. G. Bland1

M, #1421, b. August 1850
Last Edited7 Feb 2008
Relationship1st cousin 4 times removed of Constance Murray Chappell
John W. G. Bland was born in August 1850 at Dinwiddie County, Virginia.1 He was the son of Richard Y Bland Jr and Eliza A. E. Stewart.1

Eliza A. E. Stewart, Richard Yates Bland Sr, Ann (?), Mary G Bland, Robert C. B. Bland, Laura R Bland and John W. G. Bland appeared in the 1850 census on 20 September 1850 as a household member living with Richard Y Bland Jr at Dinwiddie County, Virginia. The official date for this census was 01 June 1850. He was listed as John W. G. Bland, age one month, born in Virginia; R. Yates Bland Jr., age 37, born in Virginia. His occupation was farmer. His real estate was valued at $2,000.1

John W. G. Bland died.

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Father*Richard Y Bland Jr1 b. 1813
Mother*Eliza A. E. Stewart1 b. 1822



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Citations

  1. [S83] R. Yates Bland, Jr household, 1850 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Vriginia, population schedule, Southern District, page/sheet n.p, dwelling 374, family 376, line 18-26; National Archives; (image 47 of 54 at ancestry.com, with Thomas R Chambers, age 22, born in Virginia, overseer).

James Edward Carraway1

M, #1422, b. August 1864, d. 1914
Last Edited10 Apr 2015
James Edward Carraway was born in August 1864 at North Carolina.1

James Edward Carraway married Mary Hannah Crowder, daughter of Thomas J Crowder and Catherine (?), in 1893.1

James Edward Carraway appeared in the 1900 census as the head of household on 5 June 1900 at Sapony, Dinwiddie County, Virginia. Also living in the house was his wife, Mary Hannah Crowder, his son, William Edward Carraway and Richard H Carraway, his daughter, Catherine E. Carraway and Ida Carraway. Waverly J Crowder, Thomas J Crowder and John J Rideout was listed as a neighbor. He was listed as J. Edward Carraway, age 30, born Aug 1869 in North Carolina. He had been married 7 years. His father was born in South Carolina, and his mother, in North Carolina. His occupation was farmer.1

On 5 June 1900, James Edward Carraway appeared in the 1900 census as a neighbor of Waverly J Crowder in Sapony, Dinwiddie County, Virginia; W J Crowder, age 33, born Nov 1866 in Virginia. He had been married 10 years. His occupation was farmer.2

On 6 June 1900, Mary Hannah Crowder, James Edward Carraway and Waverly J Crowder appeared in the 1900 census as a neighbor of Thomas J Crowder in Sapony, Dinwiddie County, Virginia; Thomas Crowder, age 65, married 33 years, born Apr 1835 in Virginia. His occupation was farmer.3

James Edward Carraway appeared in the 1910 census as the head of household on 4 May 1910 at Sapony, Dinwiddie County, Virginia. Also living in the house was his wife, Mary Hannah Crowder, his son, William Edward Carraway, Richard H Carraway, Hiram O. Carraway and Thomas F. Carraway, his daughter, Catherine E. Carraway, Ida Carraway, Fannie B Carraway, Minnie L. Carraway and Annie Louise Carraway. He was listed as James E. Carraway, age 39, born in North Carolina, married once. He had been married for 17 years. His occupation was farmer, general farming.4

James Edward Carraway and Mary Hannah Crowder Carraway appeared in the 1910 census as a neighbor of Thomas J Crowder on 4 May 1910 in Sapony, Dinwiddie County, Virginia; Thomas J Crowder, age 73, married once for 43 years, born in Virginia. His occupation was farming, general farming.5

James Edward Carraway died in 1914.6

He was listed in the obituary of Thomas F. Carraway and Catherine Stewart on 15 April 1934 as preceding him in death at Petersburg, Virginia. He was listed as . He was mentionded as James E. Carraway, husband of Mrs. M. H. Carraway, father of Thomas and grandfather of Catherine.7,8

Thomas F. Carraway and Catherine Stewart's obituary read:
Thomas F Carraway

Funeral services for Thomas F. Carraway will be held at the grave in Blandford Cemetery this afternoon at 1:30 o’clock. Rev. W. E. Hill, pastor of West End Presbyterian Church of Hopewell will officiate. Services for Katherine E. Stewart will be held at the grave in the Crowder family burying ground in Sussex County at 5 o’clock. Rev W. E. Lucas, pastor of the Methodist Church of that County will officiate. Both processions will leave from the chapel of J. T. Morris & Son.
8

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Children of James Edward Carraway and Mary Hannah Crowder




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Citations

  1. [S76] J. Edward Carraway household, 1900 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, population schedule, Sapony, enumeration district (ED) 27, page/sheet 2-B, dwelling 27, family 31, line 70-76; National Archives.
  2. [S76] W J Crowder household, 1900 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, population schedule, Sapony, ED 27, page/sheet 4/2B, dwelling 29, family 33, line 82-87.
  3. [S76] Thomas Crowder household, 1900 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, population schedule, Sapony, ED 27, page/sheet 5/3A, dwelling 32, family 38, line 3-7.
  4. [S78] James E. Carraway household, 1910 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, population schedule, Sapony, enumeration district (ED) 31, page/sheet 3-B, dwelling 53, family 56, line 60-70; National Archives.
  5. [S78] Thomas J Crowder household, 1910 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, population schedule, Sapony, ED 31, page/sheet 6/3B, dwelling 57, family 60, line 87-89.
  6. [S80] Mary Carraway household, 1920 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, population schedule, Sapony, enumeration district (ED) 28, page/sheet 3-B, dwelling 55, family 55, line 39-43; National Archives; (based his year of death on her saying she had been married 21 years and was widowed).
  7. [S236] 2 Dead, 3 Hurt, Carraway & Child lose lives, Petersburg (VA) Progress Index, Petersburg, Virginia, 13 Apr 1934, pages 1 & 2, Film 27, April - June 1934 (LVA). Full title: "2 Dead, 3 Hurt (obscured on microfilm) Carraway & Child lose lives in Cox Road Crossing crash". Hereinafter cited as 2 Dead, 3 Hurt, Carraway & Child lose lives.
  8. [S237] Thomas F. Carraway Obituary, Petersburg (VA) Progress Index, Petersburg, Virginia, 15 Apr 1934, page 2, and the obituary of Catherine Stewart. Hereinafter cited as Thomas F. Carraway Obituary.

Mary Hannah Crowder1

F, #1423, b. May 1872
Last Edited14 Jun 2009
Mary Hannah Crowder was born in May 1872 at Virginia.1 She was the daughter of Thomas J Crowder and Catherine (?)2,3

Mary Hannah Crowder appeared in the 1880 census as a daughter of Thomas J Crowder on 8 June 1880 at Sapony, Dinwiddie County, Virginia. She was listed as Mary H Crowder, age 6, born in Virginia; Thomas Crowder, age 45, married, born in Virginia. His occupation was farmer.3

Mary Hannah Crowder married James Edward Carraway in 1893.1 Her married name was Mary Hannah Crowder Carraway.1

Mary Hannah Crowder appeared in the 1900 census as the wife of James Edward Carraway Sapony, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, 5 June 1900. She was listed as Mary H. Carraway, age 26, born May 1872 in Virginia. She had been married 7 years. She had had 4 children with all still living; J. Edward Carraway, age 30, born Aug 1869 in North Carolina. He had been married 7 years. His father was born in South Carolina, and his mother, in North Carolina. His occupation was farmer.1

On 6 June 1900, Mary Hannah Crowder, James Edward Carraway and Waverly J Crowder appeared in the 1900 census as a neighbor of Thomas J Crowder in Sapony, Dinwiddie County, Virginia; Thomas Crowder, age 65, married 33 years, born Apr 1835 in Virginia. His occupation was farmer.4

Mary Hannah Crowder appeared in the 1910 census as the wife of James Edward Carraway on 4 May 1910 in Sapony, Dinwiddie County, Virginia. She was listed as Mary H. Carraway, age 36, born in Virginia, married once. She had been married for 17 years. She had had 10 children, with 9 still lliving; James E. Carraway, age 39, born in North Carolina, married once. He had been married for 17 years. His occupation was farmer, general farming.5

James Edward Carraway and Mary Hannah Crowder Carraway appeared in the 1910 census as a neighbor of Thomas J Crowder on 4 May 1910 in Sapony, Dinwiddie County, Virginia; Thomas J Crowder, age 73, married once for 43 years, born in Virginia. His occupation was farming, general farming.6

Mary Hannah Crowder appeared in the 1920 census as the head of household on 17 February 1920 at Sapony, Dinwiddie County, Virginia. Also living in the house was, her son, Hiram O. Carraway and Thomas F. Carraway, her daughter, Fannie B Carraway and Annie Louise Carraway. She was listed as Mary Carraway, age 46, born in Virginia, widowed. She owned her own home. No occupation.7

Mary Hannah Crowder appeared in the 1930 census as the mother of Hiram O. Carraway 334 South 17th Street, Hopewell, Virginia, on 14 April 1930. She was listed as Mary H. Carraway, age 54, widowed. She had been married 21 years, no occupation; Harrem O. Carraway, age 27, married. He had married when he was 22. He owned his home valued at $900. His occupation was denitrator at a silk mill.8 At the time of the auto accident that claimed the life of their daughter, Catherine Stewart in 1934, Edmund Hampton Stewart and Fannie B Carraway were residing at Stop 58, Richmond-Petersburg turnpike in Chesterfield County, Virginia. Also living there was Edward Hampton Stewart, Catherine Stewart and Mary Hannah Crowder.9 Fannie B Carraway Stewart, Edward Hampton Stewart, Mary Hannah Crowder, Thomas F. Carraway and Eula (?) also appeared in a news article about the train accident that killed her (Catherine Stewart) at Petersburg, Virginia, on 13 April 1934 with Catherine Stewart. She was listed as Mrs. M. H. Carraway, 60, of Stop 58, Petersburg-Richmond pike. She was severely injuried about the head and shoulders.10

Catherine Stewart's news article read as follows:
2 Killed, 3 Hurt near Petersburg - Train Auto Crash Occurs West of City Where Bridge is Planned"

Special to the News Leader

Petersburg, April 13 - Two were killed and 3 persons injured when a S.A.L. train crashed into an automobile at the intersection of Rt 1, near the city limits, yesterday about 6:06 o'clock. A sixth occupant of the car is reported to have escaped injury.

T. F. Carraway, 42, whose home is on the Petersburg-Hopewell pike was killed almost instantly. Catherine Stewart, 8 years of age, Stop 58, Petersburg-Richmond pike also died in the crash.

Mrs. T. F. Carraway, 105 Hopewell highway, sufferred severe cuts and bruises. Mrs. M. H. Carraway, 60, of Stop 58, Petersburg-Richmond pike, was severely injuried about the head and shoulders. Hampton Stewart, aged 10, from the same address, sustained a fractured skull. The other passenger in the automobile, Mrs. F. H. Stewart, escaped with minor injuries.

The automobile is reported to have been travelling east on Rt 1 near the city limits when the Seaboard Air Line train which had just left Dunlop-street station in this city at 5:5p pm reached the grade crossing.

Plans have already been made and the preliminary work started for an overhead bridge to be constructed at this point unde rthe public works... (more - not copied)
11

Catherine Stewart's news article read as follows:
2 Dead, 3 Hurt (obscured on microfilm) Carraway & Child lose lives in Cox Road Crossing crash

The lives of two persons were snuffed out in a grade crossing accident yesterday afternoon at 6 o’clock when the “Southern States Special” fast southbound Seaboard Air Line passenger train, struck and demolished an automobile occupied by six persons at the Cox road Crossing, National Highway No. 1.

T. F. Carraway, 27, of 105 Petersburg-Hopewell highway, and Catherine Stewart, 8 years old daughter of Mrs. Fannie Stewart of Stop 58, Richmond-Petersburg turnpike, were fatally injured in the crash. The child was killed outright while Carraway lived only a few minutes after the collision had hurried the roadster he was driving about ten feet from the crossing.

Wife & Mother Hurt

Persons injured in the crash were Mrs. Eula Carraway, wife of the man killed, abrasions of the arm; Edwin Stewart, ten, brother of the child killed, scalp wound, and Mrs. M. H. Carraway, 60,mother of the dead man and grandmother of Catherine and Hampton Stewart, multiple abrasions of the body. Mrs. Fannie Stewart, mother of the two children and sister of Carraway, suffered from shock but was not admitted to the hospital.

Coroner E. L. McGill will conduct an inquest but has not set the time for the inquiry which probably will be held in the next few days. …(other news omitted and article continued to age 2)

(page 2)

2 Dead, 3 Hurt as Train Hits Machine Here - Worst Crash in Years

The grade crossing accident was one of the worst to be recorded in Petersburg in many years. An investigation by Patrolman Parrish of the Petersburg police department, Sgt. Lawrence of the state police force and other local and state officers disclosed that the roadster, traveling toward Petersburg, was struck almost in its center. It is considered remarkable that four of the occupants of the card escaped death.

Police said that three persons were riding in the front seat of the automobile and three in the rumble seat. All of the passengers were thrown out of the car with the exception of Hampden Stewart. The car was demolished but it was not overturned as the force of the impact with the locomotive pushed it off the crossing to the side of the road.

The train was halted shortly after it had cleared the crossing and was delayed for 45 minutes. Kit Stevens of Raleigh, NC, was the engineer of the train and W. P Clements of Richmond, the conductor.

Carraway is survived by his wife, Mrs. Eula Carraway; mother, Mrs. James E. Carraway, of Chesterfield County; 3 brothers, W. E. and R. H. Carraway of Stoney Creek, H. O. Carraway of Hopewell; and 3 sisters, Mrs. J. H. Jolly, of Hopewell, Mrs. Fannie Stewart of Chesterfield County, and Mrs. H. H. Moore of Emporia. Funeral services will be held at the grave in Blandford Cemetery Sunday afternoon at 1:30 o’clock, conducted by Rev. W. E. Hill, pastor of the West End Presbyterian Church, Hopewell.

Catherine Stewart is survived by her parents, Mr. & Mrs. E. H. Stewart and one brother, Hampden Stewart, all of Chesterfield County. Funeral services will be held at the Crowder family burying grounds in Sussex County, Sunday afternoon at 5 o’clock, conducted by Rev. S. E. Lucas, pastor of the Sussex Methodist Church.
12 Fannie B Carraway, Edward Hampton Stewart, Mary Hannah Crowder, Thomas F. Carraway, Eula (?) and Edmund Hampton Stewart also appeared in a news article about detailing the events surrounding her death and that of her uncle, Thomas F. Carraway at Petersburg, Virginia, on 13 April 1934 with Catherine Stewart.9

Thomas F. Carraway and Catherine Stewart's obituary appeared in the newspaper in Petersburg, Virginia, on 15 April 1934. It listed Edmund Hampton Stewart, Fannie B Carraway Stewart, Edward Hampton Stewart, Mary Hannah Crowder Carraway and Eula Carraway as surviving them. She was listed as Mrs. M. H. Carraway, wife of James E. Carraway, mother of Thomas and grandmother of Catherine Stewart.9,13

Thomas F. Carraway and Catherine Stewart's obituary read:
Thomas F Carraway

Funeral services for Thomas F. Carraway will be held at the grave in Blandford Cemetery this afternoon at 1:30 o’clock. Rev. W. E. Hill, pastor of West End Presbyterian Church of Hopewell will officiate. Services for Katherine E. Stewart will be held at the grave in the Crowder family burying ground in Sussex County at 5 o’clock. Rev W. E. Lucas, pastor of the Methodist Church of that County will officiate. Both processions will leave from the chapel of J. T. Morris & Son.
13

Mary Hannah Crowder Carraway died.

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Father*Thomas J Crowder2 b. 1835
Mother*Catherine (?)3 b. 1840

Children of Mary Hannah Crowder and James Edward Carraway




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Citations

  1. [S76] J. Edward Carraway household, 1900 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, population schedule, Sapony, enumeration district (ED) 27, page/sheet 2-B, dwelling 27, family 31, line 70-76; National Archives.
  2. [S393] Thomas Crowder household, 1880 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Virginiaz, population schedule, Sapony, enumeration district (ED) 86, page/sheet 2/1B, dwelling 9, family 9, line 7-18; National Archives; (with four black servants in the household).
  3. [S393] Thomas Crowder household, 1880 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Virginiaz, population schedule, Sapony, ED 86, page/sheet 2, dwelling 9, family 9, line 7-18; (with four black servants in the household).
  4. [S76] Thomas Crowder household, 1900 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, population schedule, Sapony, ED 27, page/sheet 5/3A, dwelling 32, family 38, line 3-7.
  5. [S78] James E. Carraway household, 1910 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, population schedule, Sapony, enumeration district (ED) 31, page/sheet 3-B, dwelling 53, family 56, line 60-70; National Archives.
  6. [S78] Thomas J Crowder household, 1910 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, population schedule, Sapony, ED 31, page/sheet 6/3B, dwelling 57, family 60, line 87-89.
  7. [S80] Mary Carraway household, 1920 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, population schedule, Sapony, enumeration district (ED) 28, page/sheet 3-B, dwelling 55, family 55, line 39-43; National Archives.
  8. [S230] Harrem O. Carraway household, 1930 US Census, Hopewell (Independent City), Virginia, population schedule, Hopewell, enumeration district (ED) 4, page/sheet 15-A, dwelling 282, family 321, line 44-47; National Archives.
  9. [S236] 2 Dead, 3 Hurt, Carraway & Child lose lives, Petersburg (VA) Progress Index, Petersburg, Virginia, 13 Apr 1934, pages 1 & 2, Film 27, April - June 1934 (LVA). Full title: "2 Dead, 3 Hurt (obscured on microfilm) Carraway & Child lose lives in Cox Road Crossing crash". Hereinafter cited as 2 Dead, 3 Hurt, Carraway & Child lose lives.
  10. [S226] Media General, Richmond (VA) News Leader (Richmond, VA), p28, "2 Killed, 3 Hurt near Petersburg - Train Auto Crash Occurs West of City Where Bridge is Planned."
  11. [S226] Media General, Richmond (VA) News Leader, p 28, "2 Killed, 3 Hurt near Petersburg - Train Auto Crash Occurs West of City Where Bridge is Planned."
  12. [S236] 2 Dead, 3 Hurt, Carraway & Child lose lives, 13 Apr 1934, pages 1 & 2, Film 27, April - June 1934 (LVA).
  13. [S237] Thomas F. Carraway Obituary, Petersburg (VA) Progress Index, Petersburg, Virginia, 15 Apr 1934, page 2, and the obituary of Catherine Stewart. Hereinafter cited as Thomas F. Carraway Obituary.

William Edward Carraway1

M, #1424, b. 12 February 1894, d. 17 November 1968
Last Edited10 Apr 2015
William Edward Carraway was born on 12 February 1894 at Dinwiddie County, Virginia.1,2,3 He was the son of James Edward Carraway and Mary Hannah Crowder.1

William Edward Carraway and Richard H Carraway appeared in the 1900 census as a son of James Edward Carraway in Sapony, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, on 5 June 1900. He was listed as William E. Carraway, age 6, born Feb 1894 in Virginia ; J. Edward Carraway, age 30, born Aug 1869 in North Carolina. He had been married 7 years. His father was born in South Carolina, and his mother, in North Carolina. His occupation was farmer.1

William Edward Carraway, Richard H Carraway, Hiram O. Carraway and Thomas F. Carraway appeared in the 1910 census as a son of James Edward Carraway on 4 May 1910 in Sapony, Dinwiddie County, Virginia. He was listed as William E. Carraway, age 16, single, born in Virginia, attending school. His occupation was farm laborer on a home farm ; James E. Carraway, age 39, born in North Carolina, married once. He had been married for 17 years. His occupation was farmer, general farming.4

William Edward Carraway married Cora B Jolly in 1913 at Virginia.5

William Edward Carraway registered for the World War 1 Draft on 5 June 1917 while living at Dinwiddie County, Virginia. His nearest relative was his wife, Cora B Jolly. He was listed as William E Carraway, age 23, born in Dinwiddie County, VA. He was working for Frank Crowder. He claimed an exemption due to having a wife and one child dependent on him.6

William Edward Carraway and William Oscar Carraway appeared in the 1920 census as a nephew of J Frank Crowder on 18 February 1920 in Sapony, Dinwiddie County, Virginia. He was listed as Willie Carraway, age 26, married, born in Virginia. His occupation was farm hand ; J Frank Crowder, age 38, single, born in Virginia. His occupation was farmer.7

William Edward Carraway appeared in the 1930 census as the head of household on 11 April 1930 at Sapony, Dinwiddie County, Virginia. Also living in the house was his wife, Cora B Jolly. Richard H Carraway was listed as a neighbor. He was listed as W. E. Caraway, age 36, married when he was 19, born in Virginia. His occupation was farmer. They were living on Kingston Road.5

William Edward Carraway registered for the World War 2 Draft on 27 April 1942 while living in Stony Creek, Dinwiddie County, Virginia. He was listed as William Edward Carraway, age 48, self-employed farmer.8

His Social Security Number was 223-48-9713 issued 1954 at Virginia.9

His wife, Cora B Jolly Carraway, was buried after 22 August 1965 in Concord United Methodist Church Cemetery at 16703 Walkers Mill Road, Stony Creek, Sussex County, Virginia.10

William Edward Carraway died on 17 November 1968 at age 74.2 He was buried after 17 November 1968 in Concord United Methodist Church Cemetery, located at 16703 Walkers Mill Road, Stony Creek, Sussex County, Virginia.2

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Father*James Edward Carraway1 b. Aug 1864, d. 1914
Mother*Mary Hannah Crowder1 b. May 1872

Children of William Edward Carraway and Cora B Jolly




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Citations

  1. [S76] J. Edward Carraway household, 1900 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, population schedule, Sapony, enumeration district (ED) 27, page/sheet 2-B, dwelling 27, family 31, line 70-76; National Archives.
  2. [S106] Find A Grave Dot Com, online www.findagrave.com, Carraway, William Edward. Born: Feb. 12, 1894. Died: Nov. 17, 1968. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi. Hereinafter cited as Find a Grave.
  3. [S7] Ancestry.com, U.S. World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 (Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005), Carraway, William E. Born: 12 Feb 1894 in Dinwiddie County Va. Age 23. Residence: Stony Creek, Rt 1, Va. Occupation: Farmer. Dependents: Wife & one child.
  4. [S78] James E. Carraway household, 1910 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, population schedule, Sapony, enumeration district (ED) 31, page/sheet 3-B, dwelling 53, family 56, line 60-70; National Archives.
  5. [S79] W. E. Carraway household, 1930 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, population schedule, Sapony, enumeration district (ED) 27-12, page/sheet 8-A, dwelling 130, family 138, line 24-29; National Archives.
  6. [S7] Ancestry.com, U.S. World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, Carraway, William E. Born: 12 Feb 1894 in Dinwiddie County Va. Age 23. Residence: Stony Creek, Rt 1, Va. Occupation: Farmer. Dependents: Wife & one child. Employer: Frank Crowder.
  7. [S80] J Frank Crowder household, 1920 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, population schedule, Sapony, enumeration district (ED) 28, page/sheet 9/5A, dwelling 78, family 78, line 4-8; National Archives.
  8. [S130] Ancestry.com, U.S. World War 2 Draft Registration Cards (Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005), Carraway, William Edward. Born: 12 Feb 1894.
  9. [S21] Ancestry.com, Social Security Death Index (Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006), Carraway, Willliam E. Born: 12 Feb 1894. Died: Nov 1968. SSN: 223-48-9713 issued in Virginia in 1954.
  10. [S106] Find a Grave, online www.findagrave.com, Carraway, Cora Jolly. Born: Aug 16, 1893. Died: 22 Aug 1965. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi

Catherine E. Carraway1

F, #1425, b. November 1896
Last Edited7 Feb 2008
Catherine E. Carraway was born in November 1896 at Virginia.1 She was the daughter of James Edward Carraway and Mary Hannah Crowder.1

Catherine E. Carraway and Ida Carraway appeared in the 1900 census as a daughter of James Edward Carraway in Sapony, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, on 5 June 1900. She was listed as Catherine E. Carraway, age 3, born Nov 1896 in Virginia; J. Edward Carraway, age 30, born Aug 1869 in North Carolina. He had been married 7 years. His father was born in South Carolina, and his mother, in North Carolina. His occupation was farmer.1

Catherine E. Carraway, Ida Carraway, Fannie B Carraway, Minnie L. Carraway and Annie Louise Carraway appeared in the 1910 census as a daughter of James Edward Carraway on 4 May 1910 in Sapony, Dinwiddie County, Virginia. She was listed as Catherine E. Carraway, age 13, born in Virginia, attending school; James E. Carraway, age 39, born in North Carolina, married once. He had been married for 17 years. His occupation was farmer, general farming.2

Catherine E. Carraway died.

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Father*James Edward Carraway1 b. Aug 1864, d. 1914
Mother*Mary Hannah Crowder1 b. May 1872



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Citations

  1. [S76] J. Edward Carraway household, 1900 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, population schedule, Sapony, enumeration district (ED) 27, page/sheet 2-B, dwelling 27, family 31, line 70-76; National Archives.
  2. [S78] James E. Carraway household, 1910 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, population schedule, Sapony, enumeration district (ED) 31, page/sheet 3-B, dwelling 53, family 56, line 60-70; National Archives.

Richard H Carraway1

M, #1426, b. December 1898
Last Edited7 Feb 2008
Richard H Carraway was born in December 1898 at Virginia.1 He was the son of James Edward Carraway and Mary Hannah Crowder.1

William Edward Carraway and Richard H Carraway appeared in the 1900 census as a son of James Edward Carraway in Sapony, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, on 5 June 1900. He was listed as Richard H Carraway, age 1, born Dec 1898 in Virginia ; J. Edward Carraway, age 30, born Aug 1869 in North Carolina. He had been married 7 years. His father was born in South Carolina, and his mother, in North Carolina. His occupation was farmer.1

William Edward Carraway, Richard H Carraway, Hiram O. Carraway and Thomas F. Carraway appeared in the 1910 census as a son of James Edward Carraway on 4 May 1910 in Sapony, Dinwiddie County, Virginia. He was listed as Richard H. Carraway, age 11, born in Virginia, attending school. His occupation was farm laborer on a home farm ; James E. Carraway, age 39, born in North Carolina, married once. He had been married for 17 years. His occupation was farmer, general farming.2

On 11 April 1930, Richard H Carraway appeared in the 1930 census as a neighbor of William Edward Carraway at Sapony, Dinwiddie County, Virginia; W. E. Caraway, age 36, married when he was 19, born in Virginia. His occupation was farmer. They were living on Kingston Road.3

Richard H Carraway died.

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Father*James Edward Carraway1 b. Aug 1864, d. 1914
Mother*Mary Hannah Crowder1 b. May 1872



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Citations

  1. [S76] J. Edward Carraway household, 1900 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, population schedule, Sapony, enumeration district (ED) 27, page/sheet 2-B, dwelling 27, family 31, line 70-76; National Archives.
  2. [S78] James E. Carraway household, 1910 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, population schedule, Sapony, enumeration district (ED) 31, page/sheet 3-B, dwelling 53, family 56, line 60-70; National Archives.
  3. [S79] W. E. Carraway household, 1930 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, population schedule, Sapony, enumeration district (ED) 27-12, page/sheet 8-A, dwelling 130, family 138, line 24-29; National Archives.

Ida Carraway1

F, #1427, b. March 1900
Last Edited7 Feb 2008
Ida Carraway was born in March 1900 at Dinwiddie County, Virginia.1 She was the daughter of James Edward Carraway and Mary Hannah Crowder.1

Catherine E. Carraway and Ida Carraway appeared in the 1900 census as a daughter of James Edward Carraway in Sapony, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, on 5 June 1900. She was listed as Ida Carraway, age 2 months, born Mar 1900 in Virginia; J. Edward Carraway, age 30, born Aug 1869 in North Carolina. He had been married 7 years. His father was born in South Carolina, and his mother, in North Carolina. His occupation was farmer.1

Catherine E. Carraway, Ida Carraway, Fannie B Carraway, Minnie L. Carraway and Annie Louise Carraway appeared in the 1910 census as a daughter of James Edward Carraway on 4 May 1910 in Sapony, Dinwiddie County, Virginia. She was listed as Ida P. Carraway, age 9, born in Virginia, attending school; James E. Carraway, age 39, born in North Carolina, married once. He had been married for 17 years. His occupation was farmer, general farming.2

Ida Carraway died.

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Father*James Edward Carraway1 b. Aug 1864, d. 1914
Mother*Mary Hannah Crowder1 b. May 1872



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Citations

  1. [S76] J. Edward Carraway household, 1900 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, population schedule, Sapony, enumeration district (ED) 27, page/sheet 2-B, dwelling 27, family 31, line 70-76; National Archives.
  2. [S78] James E. Carraway household, 1910 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, population schedule, Sapony, enumeration district (ED) 31, page/sheet 3-B, dwelling 53, family 56, line 60-70; National Archives.

Hiram O. Carraway1

M, #1428, b. 1902, d. 1969
Last Edited10 Apr 2015
Hiram O. Carraway was born in 1902 at Virginia.2,1 He was the son of James Edward Carraway and Mary Hannah Crowder.1
     William Edward Carraway, Richard H Carraway, Hiram O. Carraway and Thomas F. Carraway appeared in the 1910 census as a son of James Edward Carraway Sapony, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, on 4 May 1910. He was listed as Hiram O. Carraway, age 8, born in Virginia, attending school; James E. Carraway, age 39, born in North Carolina, married once. He had been married for 17 years. His occupation was farmer, general farming.1

Hiram O. Carraway and Thomas F. Carraway appeared in the 1920 census as a son of Mary Hannah Crowder on 17 February 1920 in Sapony, Dinwiddie County, Virginia. He was listed as Hiram O Carraway, age 17, single, born in Virginia. He had no occupation ; Mary Carraway, age 46, born in Virginia, widowed. She owned her own home. No occupation.3

Hiram O. Carraway married Julia E. (?) in 1926.4

Hiram O. Carraway appeared in the 1930 census as the head of household on 14 April 1930 at 334 South 17th Street, Hopewell, Virginia. Also living in the house was his wife, Julia E. (?), his son, James Oscar Carraway, his mother, Mary Hannah Crowder. He was listed as Harrem O. Carraway, age 27, married. He had married when he was 22. He owned his home valued at $900. His occupation was denitrator at a silk mill.4

Hiram O. Carraway died in 1969.2 He was buried in 1969 in Bermuda Memorial Park Cemetery, Enon, Chesterfield County, Virginia.2

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Father*James Edward Carraway1 b. Aug 1864, d. 1914
Mother*Mary Hannah Crowder1 b. May 1872

Child of Hiram O. Carraway and Julia E. (?)




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Citations

  1. [S78] James E. Carraway household, 1910 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, population schedule, Sapony, enumeration district (ED) 31, page/sheet 3-B, dwelling 53, family 56, line 60-70; National Archives.
  2. [S106] Find A Grave Dot Com, online www.findagrave.com, Carraway, Hiram O. Born: 1902. Died: 1969. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi. Hereinafter cited as Find a Grave.
  3. [S80] Mary Carraway household, 1920 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, population schedule, Sapony, enumeration district (ED) 28, page/sheet 3-B, dwelling 55, family 55, line 39-43; National Archives.
  4. [S230] Harrem O. Carraway household, 1930 US Census, Hopewell (Independent City), Virginia, population schedule, Hopewell, enumeration district (ED) 4, page/sheet 15-A, dwelling 282, family 321, line 44-47; National Archives.

Minnie L. Carraway1

F, #1429, b. 1905
Last Edited7 Feb 2008
Minnie L. Carraway was born in 1905 at Virginia.1 She was the daughter of James Edward Carraway and Mary Hannah Crowder.1

Catherine E. Carraway, Ida Carraway, Fannie B Carraway, Minnie L. Carraway and Annie Louise Carraway appeared in the 1910 census as a daughter of James Edward Carraway on 4 May 1910 in Sapony, Dinwiddie County, Virginia. She was listed as Minnie L. Carraway, age 5, born in Virginia; James E. Carraway, age 39, born in North Carolina, married once. He had been married for 17 years. His occupation was farmer, general farming.1

Minnie L. Carraway died.

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Father*James Edward Carraway1 b. Aug 1864, d. 1914
Mother*Mary Hannah Crowder1 b. May 1872



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Citations

  1. [S78] James E. Carraway household, 1910 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, population schedule, Sapony, enumeration district (ED) 31, page/sheet 3-B, dwelling 53, family 56, line 60-70; National Archives.

Thomas F. Carraway1

M, #1430, b. 1907, d. 12 April 1934
Last Edited10 Apr 2015
Thomas F. Carraway was born in 1907 at Virginia.1 He was the son of James Edward Carraway and Mary Hannah Crowder.1

William Edward Carraway, Richard H Carraway, Hiram O. Carraway and Thomas F. Carraway appeared in the 1910 census as a son of James Edward Carraway on 4 May 1910 in Sapony, Dinwiddie County, Virginia. He was listed as Thomas F. Carraway, age 3, born in Virginia ; James E. Carraway, age 39, born in North Carolina, married once. He had been married for 17 years. His occupation was farmer, general farming.1

Hiram O. Carraway and Thomas F. Carraway appeared in the 1920 census as a son of Mary Hannah Crowder on 17 February 1920 in Sapony, Dinwiddie County, Virginia. He was listed as Thomas F. Carraway, age 13, born in Virginia, attending school ; Mary Carraway, age 46, born in Virginia, widowed. She owned her own home. No occupation.2

Thomas F. Carraway married Eula (?) before 11 April 1934.3

Thomas F. Carraway died on 12 April 1934 at Petersburg, Virginia.4 Fannie B Carraway Stewart, Edward Hampton Stewart, Mary Hannah Crowder, Thomas F. Carraway and Eula (?) also appeared in a news article about the train accident that killed her (Catherine Stewart) at Petersburg, Virginia, on 13 April 1934 with Catherine Stewart. He was listed as Mr. T. F. Carraway, age 42, whose home was on the Petersburg-Hopewell pike was killed almost instantly.5

Catherine Stewart's news article read as follows:
2 Killed, 3 Hurt near Petersburg - Train Auto Crash Occurs West of City Where Bridge is Planned"

Special to the News Leader

Petersburg, April 13 - Two were killed and 3 persons injured when a S.A.L. train crashed into an automobile at the intersection of Rt 1, near the city limits, yesterday about 6:06 o'clock. A sixth occupant of the car is reported to have escaped injury.

T. F. Carraway, 42, whose home is on the Petersburg-Hopewell pike was killed almost instantly. Catherine Stewart, 8 years of age, Stop 58, Petersburg-Richmond pike also died in the crash.

Mrs. T. F. Carraway, 105 Hopewell highway, sufferred severe cuts and bruises. Mrs. M. H. Carraway, 60, of Stop 58, Petersburg-Richmond pike, was severely injuried about the head and shoulders. Hampton Stewart, aged 10, from the same address, sustained a fractured skull. The other passenger in the automobile, Mrs. F. H. Stewart, escaped with minor injuries.

The automobile is reported to have been travelling east on Rt 1 near the city limits when the Seaboard Air Line train which had just left Dunlop-street station in this city at 5:5p pm reached the grade crossing.

Plans have already been made and the preliminary work started for an overhead bridge to be constructed at this point unde rthe public works... (more - not copied)
4 Fannie B Carraway, Edward Hampton Stewart, Mary Hannah Crowder, Thomas F. Carraway, Eula (?) and Edmund Hampton Stewart also appeared in a news article about detailing the events surrounding her death and that of her uncle, Thomas F. Carraway at Petersburg, Virginia, on 13 April 1934 with Catherine Stewart.6

Catherine Stewart's news article read as follows:
2 Dead, 3 Hurt (obscured on microfilm) Carraway & Child lose lives in Cox Road Crossing crash

The lives of two persons were snuffed out in a grade crossing accident yesterday afternoon at 6 o’clock when the “Southern States Special” fast southbound Seaboard Air Line passenger train, struck and demolished an automobile occupied by six persons at the Cox road Crossing, National Highway No. 1.

T. F. Carraway, 27, of 105 Petersburg-Hopewell highway, and Catherine Stewart, 8 years old daughter of Mrs. Fannie Stewart of Stop 58, Richmond-Petersburg turnpike, were fatally injured in the crash. The child was killed outright while Carraway lived only a few minutes after the collision had hurried the roadster he was driving about ten feet from the crossing.

Wife & Mother Hurt

Persons injured in the crash were Mrs. Eula Carraway, wife of the man killed, abrasions of the arm; Edwin Stewart, ten, brother of the child killed, scalp wound, and Mrs. M. H. Carraway, 60,mother of the dead man and grandmother of Catherine and Hampton Stewart, multiple abrasions of the body. Mrs. Fannie Stewart, mother of the two children and sister of Carraway, suffered from shock but was not admitted to the hospital.

Coroner E. L. McGill will conduct an inquest but has not set the time for the inquiry which probably will be held in the next few days. …(other news omitted and article continued to age 2)

(page 2)

2 Dead, 3 Hurt as Train Hits Machine Here - Worst Crash in Years

The grade crossing accident was one of the worst to be recorded in Petersburg in many years. An investigation by Patrolman Parrish of the Petersburg police department, Sgt. Lawrence of the state police force and other local and state officers disclosed that the roadster, traveling toward Petersburg, was struck almost in its center. It is considered remarkable that four of the occupants of the card escaped death.

Police said that three persons were riding in the front seat of the automobile and three in the rumble seat. All of the passengers were thrown out of the car with the exception of Hampden Stewart. The car was demolished but it was not overturned as the force of the impact with the locomotive pushed it off the crossing to the side of the road.

The train was halted shortly after it had cleared the crossing and was delayed for 45 minutes. Kit Stevens of Raleigh, NC, was the engineer of the train and W. P Clements of Richmond, the conductor.

Carraway is survived by his wife, Mrs. Eula Carraway; mother, Mrs. James E. Carraway, of Chesterfield County; 3 brothers, W. E. and R. H. Carraway of Stoney Creek, H. O. Carraway of Hopewell; and 3 sisters, Mrs. J. H. Jolly, of Hopewell, Mrs. Fannie Stewart of Chesterfield County, and Mrs. H. H. Moore of Emporia. Funeral services will be held at the grave in Blandford Cemetery Sunday afternoon at 1:30 o’clock, conducted by Rev. W. E. Hill, pastor of the West End Presbyterian Church, Hopewell.

Catherine Stewart is survived by her parents, Mr. & Mrs. E. H. Stewart and one brother, Hampden Stewart, all of Chesterfield County. Funeral services will be held at the Crowder family burying grounds in Sussex County, Sunday afternoon at 5 o’clock, conducted by Rev. S. E. Lucas, pastor of the Sussex Methodist Church.
3

On 15 April 1934, Thomas F. Carraway and Catherine Stewart's combined obituary appeared in the newspaper in Petersburg, Virginia. It listed Edmund Hampton Stewart, Fannie B Carraway Stewart, Edward Hampton Stewart, Mary Hannah Crowder Carraway and Eula Carraway as surviving them. The obituary listed James Edward Carraway as preceding them in death.6,7

Thomas F. Carraway and Catherine Stewart's obituary read:
Thomas F Carraway

Funeral services for Thomas F. Carraway will be held at the grave in Blandford Cemetery this afternoon at 1:30 o’clock. Rev. W. E. Hill, pastor of West End Presbyterian Church of Hopewell will officiate. Services for Katherine E. Stewart will be held at the grave in the Crowder family burying ground in Sussex County at 5 o’clock. Rev W. E. Lucas, pastor of the Methodist Church of that County will officiate. Both processions will leave from the chapel of J. T. Morris & Son.
7 Thomas F. Carraway was buried on 15 April 1934 in Blandford Cemetery, located at 319 S Crater Road, Petersburg, Virginia, on Sunday, at 1:30 pm.6

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Father*James Edward Carraway1 b. Aug 1864, d. 1914
Mother*Mary Hannah Crowder1 b. May 1872



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Citations

  1. [S78] James E. Carraway household, 1910 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, population schedule, Sapony, enumeration district (ED) 31, page/sheet 3-B, dwelling 53, family 56, line 60-70; National Archives.
  2. [S80] Mary Carraway household, 1920 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, population schedule, Sapony, enumeration district (ED) 28, page/sheet 3-B, dwelling 55, family 55, line 39-43; National Archives.
  3. [S236] 2 Dead, 3 Hurt, Carraway & Child lose lives, Petersburg (VA) Progress Index, Petersburg, Virginia, 13 Apr 1934, pages 1 & 2, Film 27, April - June 1934 (LVA). Hereinafter cited as 2 Dead, 3 Hurt, Carraway & Child lose lives.
  4. [S226] Media General, Richmond (VA) News Leader (Richmond, VA), p 28, "2 Killed, 3 Hurt near Petersburg - Train Auto Crash Occurs West of City Where Bridge is Planned."
  5. [S226] Media General, Richmond (VA) News Leader, p28, "2 Killed, 3 Hurt near Petersburg - Train Auto Crash Occurs West of City Where Bridge is Planned."
  6. [S236] 2 Dead, 3 Hurt, Carraway & Child lose lives, 13 Apr 1934, pages 1 & 2, Film 27, April - June 1934 (LVA). Full title: "2 Dead, 3 Hurt (obscured on microfilm) Carraway & Child lose lives in Cox Road Crossing crash."
  7. [S237] Thomas F. Carraway Obituary, Petersburg (VA) Progress Index, Petersburg, Virginia, 15 Apr 1934, page 2, and the obituary of Catherine Stewart. Hereinafter cited as Thomas F. Carraway Obituary.

Annie Louise Carraway1

F, #1431, b. June 1909
Last Edited7 Feb 2008
Annie Louise Carraway was born in June 1909 at Virginia.1 She was the daughter of James Edward Carraway and Mary Hannah Crowder.1

Catherine E. Carraway, Ida Carraway, Fannie B Carraway, Minnie L. Carraway and Annie Louise Carraway appeared in the 1910 census as a daughter of James Edward Carraway on 4 May 1910 in Sapony, Dinwiddie County, Virginia. She was listed as Annie L. Carraway, age 11 months, born in Virginia; James E. Carraway, age 39, born in North Carolina, married once. He had been married for 17 years. His occupation was farmer, general farming.1

Fannie B Carraway and Annie Louise Carraway appeared in the 1920 census as a daughter of Mary Hannah Crowder on 17 February 1920 in Sapony, Dinwiddie County, Virginia. She was listed as A. Louise Carraway, age 10, born in Virginia, attending school; Mary Carraway, age 46, born in Virginia, widowed. She owned her own home. No occupation.2

Annie Louise Carraway died.

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Father*James Edward Carraway1 b. Aug 1864, d. 1914
Mother*Mary Hannah Crowder1 b. May 1872



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Citations

  1. [S78] James E. Carraway household, 1910 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, population schedule, Sapony, enumeration district (ED) 31, page/sheet 3-B, dwelling 53, family 56, line 60-70; National Archives.
  2. [S80] Mary Carraway household, 1920 US Census, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, population schedule, Sapony, enumeration district (ED) 28, page/sheet 3-B, dwelling 55, family 55, line 39-43; National Archives.

Julia E. (?)1

F, #1432, b. 1909, d. 1999
Last Edited10 Apr 2015
Julia E. (?) was born in 1909 at North Carolina.2,1 As of 1926, her married name was Carraway.1

Julia E. (?) married Hiram O. Carraway, son of James Edward Carraway and Mary Hannah Crowder, in 1926.1

Julia E. (?) appeared in the 1930 census as the wife of Hiram O. Carraway 334 South 17th Street, Hopewell, Virginia, on 14 April 1930. She was listed as Julia E. Carraway, age 20, born in North Carolina. She was 16 when she married. Her occupation was Skiener in a silk mill. Both her parents were born in North Carolina; Harrem O. Carraway, age 27, married. He had married when he was 22. He owned his home valued at $900. His occupation was denitrator at a silk mill.1

Julia E. Carraway died in 1999.2 She was buried in 1999 in Bermuda Memorial Park Cemetery, Enon, Chesterfield County, Virginia.2

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Child of Julia E. (?) and Hiram O. Carraway




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Citations

  1. [S230] Harrem O. Carraway household, 1930 US Census, Hopewell (Independent City), Virginia, population schedule, Hopewell, enumeration district (ED) 4, page/sheet 15-A, dwelling 282, family 321, line 44-47; National Archives.
  2. [S106] Find A Grave Dot Com, online www.findagrave.com, Carraway, Julia E. Born: 1909. Died: 1999. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi. Hereinafter cited as Find a Grave.

James Oscar Carraway1,2

M, #1433, b. 23 July 1928, d. 19 February 1999
Last Edited10 Apr 2015
James Oscar Carraway was born on 23 July 1928 at Virginia.1,2 He was the son of Hiram O. Carraway and Julia E. (?)2

James Oscar Carraway appeared in the 1930 census as a son of Hiram O. Carraway in 334 South 17th Street, Hopewell, Virginia, on 14 April 1930. He was listed as James O Carraway, age one year and 2 months, born in Virginia ; Harrem O. Carraway, age 27, married. He had married when he was 22. He owned his home valued at $900. His occupation was denitrator at a silk mill.2

James Oscar Carraway died on 19 February 1999 at age 70.1 He was buried on 19 February 1999 in Blandford Cemetery in Ward DD, Section 8, Square 7a, located at 319 S Crater Road, Petersburg, Virginia, aged 70.1

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Father*Hiram O. Carraway2 b. 1902, d. 1969
Mother*Julia E. (?)2 b. 1909, d. 1999



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Citations

  1. [S106] Find A Grave Dot Com, online www.findagrave.com, Carraway,James Oscar. Born: Jul 23, 1928. Died: Feb 19, 1999. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi. Hereinafter cited as Find a Grave.
  2. [S230] Harrem O. Carraway household, 1930 US Census, Hopewell (Independent City), Virginia, population schedule, Hopewell, enumeration district (ED) 4, page/sheet 15-A, dwelling 282, family 321, line 44-47; National Archives.

Allen Davis1

M, #1434, b. 1802
Last Edited8 Feb 2008
Allen Davis was born in 1802 at Virginia.1

Allen Davis married Lucretia E (?)1

Allen Davis appeared in the 1850 census as the head of household, free population schedule at James City County, Virginia, on 29 July 1850. Also living in the house was Lucretia E (?), Benjamin A Davis, Joshua A. Davis, Lemuel T Davis, John W Davis, Thomas D Davis, Susan A Davis and Lucy A Davis. He was listed as Allen Davis, age 48, born in Virginia. His occupation was mechanic.2

Allen Davis died.

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Children of Allen Davis and Lucretia E (?)




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Citations

  1. [S231] Allen Davis household, 1850 US Census, Free Population, James City County, Virginia, population schedule, Not Stated, page/sheet 1, dwelling 2, family 2, line 6-16; National Archives.
  2. [S231] Allen Davis household, 1850 US Census, Free Population, James City County, Virginia, population schedule, Not Stated, page/sheet 1, dwelling 2, family 2, line 6-16; (. Also appearing were John Young, age 27, mechanic, born in Virginia, and William S Mahane, age 23, no occupation, born in Virginia).

Lucretia E (?)1

F, #1435, b. 1816
Last Edited8 Feb 2008
Lucretia E (?) was born in 1816 at Virginia.1

Lucretia E (?) married Allen Davis.1 Her married name was Davis.1

Lucretia E (?), Benjamin A Davis, Joshua A. Davis, Lemuel T Davis, John W Davis, Thomas D Davis, Susan A Davis and Lucy A Davis appeared in the 1850 census on 29 July 1850 as a household member living with Allen Davis at James City County, Virginia. The official date for this census was 01 June 1850. She was listed as Lucretia E. Davis, age 34, born in Virginia; Allen Davis, age 48, born in Virginia. His occupation was mechanic.2

Lucretia E (?) died.

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Children of Lucretia E (?) and Allen Davis




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Citations

  1. [S231] Allen Davis household, 1850 US Census, Free Population, James City County, Virginia, population schedule, Not Stated, page/sheet 1, dwelling 2, family 2, line 6-16; National Archives.
  2. [S231] Allen Davis household, 1850 US Census, Free Population, James City County, Virginia, population schedule, Not Stated, page/sheet 1, dwelling 2, family 2, line 6-16; (. Also appearing were John Young, age 27, mechanic, born in Virginia, and William S Mahane, age 23, no occupation, born in Virginia).

Benjamin A Davis1

M, #1436, b. 1830
Last Edited8 Feb 2008
Benjamin A Davis was born in 1830 at Virginia.1 He was the son of Allen Davis and Lucretia E (?)1

Lucretia E (?), Benjamin A Davis, Joshua A. Davis, Lemuel T Davis, John W Davis, Thomas D Davis, Susan A Davis and Lucy A Davis appeared in the 1850 census on 29 July 1850 as a household member living with Allen Davis at James City County, Virginia. The official date for this census was 01 June 1850. He was listed as Benjamin A. Davis, age 20, born in Virginia. his occupation was Mechanic; Allen Davis, age 48, born in Virginia. His occupation was mechanic.2

Benjamin A Davis died.

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Father*Allen Davis1 b. 1802
Mother*Lucretia E (?)1 b. 1816



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Citations

  1. [S231] Allen Davis household, 1850 US Census, Free Population, James City County, Virginia, population schedule, Not Stated, page/sheet 1, dwelling 2, family 2, line 6-16; National Archives.
  2. [S231] Allen Davis household, 1850 US Census, Free Population, James City County, Virginia, population schedule, Not Stated, page/sheet 1, dwelling 2, family 2, line 6-16; (. Also appearing were John Young, age 27, mechanic, born in Virginia, and William S Mahane, age 23, no occupation, born in Virginia).

Lemuel T Davis1

M, #1437, b. 1837
Last Edited8 Feb 2008
Lemuel T Davis was born in 1837 at Virginia.1 He was the son of Allen Davis and Lucretia E (?)1

Lucretia E (?), Benjamin A Davis, Joshua A. Davis, Lemuel T Davis, John W Davis, Thomas D Davis, Susan A Davis and Lucy A Davis appeared in the 1850 census on 29 July 1850 as a household member living with Allen Davis at James City County, Virginia. The official date for this census was 01 June 1850. He was listed as Lemuel T Davis, age 13, born in Virginia, attending school; Allen Davis, age 48, born in Virginia. His occupation was mechanic.2

Lemuel T Davis died.

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Father*Allen Davis1 b. 1802
Mother*Lucretia E (?)1 b. 1816



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Citations

  1. [S231] Allen Davis household, 1850 US Census, Free Population, James City County, Virginia, population schedule, Not Stated, page/sheet 1, dwelling 2, family 2, line 6-16; National Archives.
  2. [S231] Allen Davis household, 1850 US Census, Free Population, James City County, Virginia, population schedule, Not Stated, page/sheet 1, dwelling 2, family 2, line 6-16; (. Also appearing were John Young, age 27, mechanic, born in Virginia, and William S Mahane, age 23, no occupation, born in Virginia).

John W Davis1

M, #1438, b. 1843
Last Edited8 Feb 2008
John W Davis was born in 1843 at Virginia.1 He was the son of Allen Davis and Lucretia E (?)1

Lucretia E (?), Benjamin A Davis, Joshua A. Davis, Lemuel T Davis, John W Davis, Thomas D Davis, Susan A Davis and Lucy A Davis appeared in the 1850 census on 29 July 1850 as a household member living with Allen Davis at James City County, Virginia. The official date for this census was 01 June 1850. He was listed as John W. Davis, age 7, born in Virginia, attending school; Allen Davis, age 48, born in Virginia. His occupation was mechanic.2

John W Davis died.

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Father*Allen Davis1 b. 1802
Mother*Lucretia E (?)1 b. 1816



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Citations

  1. [S231] Allen Davis household, 1850 US Census, Free Population, James City County, Virginia, population schedule, Not Stated, page/sheet 1, dwelling 2, family 2, line 6-16; National Archives.
  2. [S231] Allen Davis household, 1850 US Census, Free Population, James City County, Virginia, population schedule, Not Stated, page/sheet 1, dwelling 2, family 2, line 6-16; (. Also appearing were John Young, age 27, mechanic, born in Virginia, and William S Mahane, age 23, no occupation, born in Virginia).

Thomas D Davis1

M, #1439, b. 1845
Last Edited8 Feb 2008
Thomas D Davis was born in 1845 at Virginia.1 He was the son of Allen Davis and Lucretia E (?)1

Lucretia E (?), Benjamin A Davis, Joshua A. Davis, Lemuel T Davis, John W Davis, Thomas D Davis, Susan A Davis and Lucy A Davis appeared in the 1850 census on 29 July 1850 as a household member living with Allen Davis at James City County, Virginia. The official date for this census was 01 June 1850. He was listed as Thomas D. Davis, age 5, born in Virginia; Allen Davis, age 48, born in Virginia. His occupation was mechanic.2

Thomas D Davis died.

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Father*Allen Davis1 b. 1802
Mother*Lucretia E (?)1 b. 1816



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Citations

  1. [S231] Allen Davis household, 1850 US Census, Free Population, James City County, Virginia, population schedule, Not Stated, page/sheet 1, dwelling 2, family 2, line 6-16; National Archives.
  2. [S231] Allen Davis household, 1850 US Census, Free Population, James City County, Virginia, population schedule, Not Stated, page/sheet 1, dwelling 2, family 2, line 6-16; (. Also appearing were John Young, age 27, mechanic, born in Virginia, and William S Mahane, age 23, no occupation, born in Virginia).

Susan A Davis1

F, #1440, b. 1847
Last Edited8 Feb 2008
Susan A Davis was born in 1847 at Virginia.1 She was the daughter of Allen Davis and Lucretia E (?)1

Lucretia E (?), Benjamin A Davis, Joshua A. Davis, Lemuel T Davis, John W Davis, Thomas D Davis, Susan A Davis and Lucy A Davis appeared in the 1850 census on 29 July 1850 as a household member living with Allen Davis at James City County, Virginia. The official date for this census was 01 June 1850. She was listed as Susan A. Davis, age 3, born in Virginia; Allen Davis, age 48, born in Virginia. His occupation was mechanic.2

Susan A Davis died.

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Father*Allen Davis1 b. 1802
Mother*Lucretia E (?)1 b. 1816



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Citations

  1. [S231] Allen Davis household, 1850 US Census, Free Population, James City County, Virginia, population schedule, Not Stated, page/sheet 1, dwelling 2, family 2, line 6-16; National Archives.
  2. [S231] Allen Davis household, 1850 US Census, Free Population, James City County, Virginia, population schedule, Not Stated, page/sheet 1, dwelling 2, family 2, line 6-16; (. Also appearing were John Young, age 27, mechanic, born in Virginia, and William S Mahane, age 23, no occupation, born in Virginia).

Lucy A Davis1

F, #1441, b. May 1850
Last Edited8 Feb 2008
Lucy A Davis was born in May 1850 at James City County, Virginia.1 She was the daughter of Allen Davis and Lucretia E (?)1

Lucretia E (?), Benjamin A Davis, Joshua A. Davis, Lemuel T Davis, John W Davis, Thomas D Davis, Susan A Davis and Lucy A Davis appeared in the 1850 census on 29 July 1850 as a household member living with Allen Davis at James City County, Virginia. The official date for this census was 01 June 1850. She was listed as Lucy A. Davis, age 3 months, born in Virginia; Allen Davis, age 48, born in Virginia. His occupation was mechanic.2

Lucy A Davis died.

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Father*Allen Davis1 b. 1802
Mother*Lucretia E (?)1 b. 1816



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Citations

  1. [S231] Allen Davis household, 1850 US Census, Free Population, James City County, Virginia, population schedule, Not Stated, page/sheet 1, dwelling 2, family 2, line 6-16; National Archives.
  2. [S231] Allen Davis household, 1850 US Census, Free Population, James City County, Virginia, population schedule, Not Stated, page/sheet 1, dwelling 2, family 2, line 6-16; (. Also appearing were John Young, age 27, mechanic, born in Virginia, and William S Mahane, age 23, no occupation, born in Virginia).

Mary A (?)

F, #1442, b. 1811
Last Edited10 Feb 2008
Mary A (?) was born in 1811 at Virginia. As of before 1840, her married name was Tilledge.1

Mary A (?) married (Male) Tilledge before 1840.1

On 19 June 1860, Mary A Tilledge appeared in the 1860 Census as a neighbor of Joshua A. Davis at Williamsburg, Virginia; Joshua Davis, age 26, born in Williamsburg, Virginia. His occupation was Mechanic.2

Mary A (?) appeared in the 1860 census as the head of household, free population schedule on 19 June 1860 Williamsburg, Virginia. Also living in the house was John C Tilledge and William T Tilledge. Joshua A. Davis and Lauretta Edwina Tilledge was listed as a neighbor. She was listed as Mary A Tilledge, age 51, born in Hampton, Virginia. Her occupation was seamstress. Her real estate was valued at $1,000.1

Mary A Tilledge appeared in the 1870 census as the mother-in-law of Joshua A. Davis Williamsburg, Virginia, on 8 July 1870. She was listed as Mary A. Tillege, age 59, born in Virginia, keeping house; Josh A Davis, age 36, born in Virginia. His occupation was wheel wright. His real estate was value at $500; his personal property, at $100.3

Mary A (?) died.

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Children of Mary A (?) and (Male) Tilledge




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Citations

  1. [S232] Mary A Tilledge household, 1860 US Census, Free Population, James City County, Virginia, population schedule, Williamsburg, page/sheet 2, dwelling 13, family 13, line 15-17; National Archives.
  2. [S232] Joshua Davis household, 1860 US Census, Free Population, James City County, Virginia, population schedule, Williamsburg, page/sheet 2, dwelling 12, family 12, line 11-14; (. Also with the family was Courtney Davis, age 16, black, female, born in Charles City County, Virginia. Next door was Mary A Tilledge and family).
  3. [S233] Josh A Davis household, 1870 US Census, James City County, Virginia, population schedule, Williamsburg, page/sheet 9, dwelling 59, family 60, line 1-5; National Archives.

John C Tilledge1

M, #1443, b. 1844
Last Edited9 Feb 2008
John C Tilledge was born in 1844 at James City County, Virginia.1 He was the son of (Male) Tilledge and Mary A (?)1

John C Tilledge and William T Tilledge appeared in the 1860 census on 19 June 1860 as a household member living with Mary A (?) at Williamsburg, Virginia. The official date for this census was 01 June 1860. He was listed as John C Tilledge, age 16, born in James City County, Virginia, attending school; Mary A Tilledge, age 51, born in Hampton, Virginia. Her occupation was seamstress. Her real estate was valued at $1,000.1

John C Tilledge died.

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Father*(Male) Tilledge d. b 1860
Mother*Mary A (?)1 b. 1811



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Citations

  1. [S232] Mary A Tilledge household, 1860 US Census, Free Population, James City County, Virginia, population schedule, Williamsburg, page/sheet 2, dwelling 13, family 13, line 15-17; National Archives.

William T Tilledge1

M, #1444, b. 1846
Last Edited9 Feb 2008
William T Tilledge was born in 1846 at James City County, Virginia.1 He was the son of (Male) Tilledge and Mary A (?)1

John C Tilledge and William T Tilledge appeared in the 1860 census on 19 June 1860 as a household member living with Mary A (?) at Williamsburg, Virginia. The official date for this census was 01 June 1860. He was listed as William T Tilledge, age 14, born in James City County, Virginia, attending school; Mary A Tilledge, age 51, born in Hampton, Virginia. Her occupation was seamstress. Her real estate was valued at $1,000.1

William T Tilledge died.

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Father*(Male) Tilledge d. b 1860
Mother*Mary A (?)1 b. 1811



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Citations

  1. [S232] Mary A Tilledge household, 1860 US Census, Free Population, James City County, Virginia, population schedule, Williamsburg, page/sheet 2, dwelling 13, family 13, line 15-17; National Archives.

(Male) Tilledge1

M, #1445, d. before 1860
Last Edited9 Feb 2008
(Male) Tilledge was born.

(Male) Tilledge married Mary A (?) before 1840.1

(Male) Tilledge died before 1860.1

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Children of (Male) Tilledge and Mary A (?)




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Citations

  1. [S232] Mary A Tilledge household, 1860 US Census, Free Population, James City County, Virginia, population schedule, Williamsburg, page/sheet 2, dwelling 13, family 13, line 15-17; National Archives.

Blandford Cemetery

?, #1446
Last Edited7 Jul 2018
Blandford Church in Blandford Cemetery
Blandford Cemetery - Founded 1735, Blandford Cemetery is located at 319 S Crater Road, Petersburg, Virginia. Blandford Cemetery covers approximately 189 acres. The oldest grave marker is from 1702; however, the Record of Interments only exist from 1843. It is adjacent to Blandford Church, and has been used as a burial ground since the early eighteenth century.

Among the more noted individuals buried within the cemetery is one foreigner, Major General William Phillips, British citizen and commander of the British troops during the April 25, 1781 "Battle of Petersburg." Phillips died on May 13, 1781 in Petersburg following a fever that was most likely malaria or typhus. A memorial stone, erected by the Daughters of the American Revolution in 1914, stands adjacent to Blandford Church, marking the general location of Phillips' secret burial, done at the direction of his deputy commander, Brigadier General Benedict Arnold.

In June 1866, the first Memorial Day was celebrated in honor of the 30,000 Confederate soldiers buried on Memorial Hill inside the burial ground.

The cemetery's gravestones, sculptures, and tombs represent a diverse array of eighteenth, nineteenth and twentieth century styles of funerary art. In addition, some plots feature exquisite examples of nineteenth century decorative iron fences. A walking tour, highlighting some of the monuments and burial sites in close vicinity of the Church is incorporated into the Church tour, weather permitting. More extensive cemetery tours are offered throughout the year, including a Halloween evening tour on October 31.

Begin your tour of Historic Blandford Church and Cemetery at the Blandford Visitors' Reception Center, 111 Rochelle Lane, Petersburg, VA 23803, (804) 733-2396.

The reception center features a display of artifacts associated with the history of the Cemetery and Church as well as a gift shop. For more information, visit the official City of Petersburg website at
http://www.petersburgva.gov/index.aspx?nid=303

Their automated search feature is here:
http://www.petersburgcemetery.org/.

The following people are buried here.

Mary Elizabeth King - after 16 November 1892.1

Jacob Lyon Talmage - after 6 March 1903.2 Blandford Cemetery was buried after 4 December 1911 at Blandford Cemetery, 319 S Crater Road, Petersburg, Virginia, 23803, 37.226621,-77.387931G.3

Joel Prince Hood - after 19 May 1915.4,5

Benjamin Franklin Mitchell - after 13 March 1932. Spouse(s): Ella Catherine Rose Mitchell.

Maggie Emma Magee Hood - after 5 January 1933.6

Rosa Pace Shelton Briggs - after 19 June 1933, located in Section KK.7

Thomas F. Carraway - 15 April 1934. Spouse(s): Eula Carraway., on Sunday, at 1:30 pm.8

Nathaniel Proctor Peebles Sr - after 23 January 1935, located in Ward R, Section 3, Square 5a.9

Adelaide Lucretia Slate Talmage - after 22 June 1947.10

Benjamin Thomas Horne Sr - after 10 August 1949, located in Section KK. Spouse: Leah Pace Briggs.11

James King Crowder - 1951, located in Ward HH, Section 7, Square 2b.

Linda Dianne Horne - after 16 June 1953, located in Section KK.12

Charles Edgar Archer - after 14 August 1954, located in Ward AA, Section 10, grave #238.13,14

Oscar Edward Prince - 6 November 1954, located in Section C, aged 66. Spouse: Estelle Teresa Pedneau Prince.15

Samuel W Hood - after 5 December 1954.16

Indie Eliza Hood - after 1 September 1956.17,18

Robert Addison Talmage Jr - after 12 April 1957. Spouse: Emma Teresa Lindamood Talmage.19

Effie Wrenn Parham - 8 August 1959, located in Ward GG, Section 1, Square 3, aged 70. Spouse: Everard Meade Parham.20

Joel Champion Hood - after 25 March 1960.21

Everard Meade Parham - after 1 November 1962, located in Ward GG, Section 1, Square 3. Spouse(s): Effie Wrenn Parham.22

Mary Belvidere Briggs Peebles - after 8 December 1962, located in Ward R, Section 3, Square 5a.23

Estelle Teresa Pedneau Prince - 1 December 1964, located in Section C, aged 74. Spouse(s): Oscar Edward Prince.24,25

Lucy Anna Slaughter Gneck - after 31 January 1965, located in Ward BB, Section 5, Square 7b.26

William Dunn Peebles - after 10 October 1965, located in at GPS location 37.2248, -77.38026.27

Richard Briggs Horne - after 22 December 1965, located in Section KK. Spouse(s): Dorothy Nell Lewis Horne.28

Bessie Short Hood - after 21 May 1966.29

Margaret Mae Chappell Newsom - after 22 July 1968.30

George Briggs - after 7 May 1969, located in Ward SS, Section 7, Square 2, W 1/2 Center.31

Margaret Lowe Briggs - after 15 August 1970.32

Benjamin Thomas (Hope) Horne Jr - after 30 January 1971, located in Section KK. Spouse: Hannah Ruth Lindamood Horne.33

Leah Pace Briggs Horne - after 21 May 1971, located in Section KK. Spouse(s): Benjamin Thomas Horne Sr.34

Robert Addison Talmage Sr - after 9 November 1971.35

Elizabeth Berkeley Parham Horne - after 12 January 1973, located in Section GG. Spouse(s): Samuel Shelton Horne.36

Madge Louise Hood - after 3 April 1975.37

Nellie Truman Hood - after 20 September 1980.38,39

May Moore Hood - after 9 June 1984.40

James Channing Redford - after 27 February 1987.41

Jean Hood Redford - after 31 December 1993.42

Hannah Ruth Lindamood Horne - after 11 September 1997, located in Section KK. Spouse(s): Benjamin Thomas (Hope) Horne Jr.43

Henry Caroline Briggs - after 12 January 1998. Spouse(s): Elsie Wollaston Briggs.

James Oscar Carraway - 19 February 1999, located in Ward DD, Section 8, Square 7a, aged 70.44

Dorothy Nell Lewis Horne - after 5 October 1999, located in Section KK. Spouse(s): Richard Briggs Horne.45

Thomas Briggs Peebles - 12 April 2004, aged 85. Spouse(s): Ella Manson Beville Peebles.46

Emma Teresa Lindamood Talmage - after 22 December 2005. Spouse(s): Robert Addison Talmage Jr.47

Agnes Sylvia Hayvagion Peebles - 7 December 2011, located in Ward R, Section 3, Square 5 W 1/2 SW corner. Spouse(s): Nathaniel Proctor Peebles Jr.48

Samuel Shelton Horne - 31 March 2018, aged 93.

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Citations

  1. [S106] Find A Grave Dot Com, online www.findagrave.com, Talmage, Mary Elizabeth King. Born: 5 Oct 1853. Died: 16 Nov 1892. https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/74953875/…. Hereinafter cited as Find a Grave.
  2. [S106] Find a Grave, online www.findagrave.com, Talmage,Jacob Lyon. Born: 10 Apr 1848. Died: 6 Mar 1903. https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/74953859/…
  3. [S106] Find a Grave, online www.findagrave.com, Talmage, William Walter. Born: 25 Mar 1882. Died: 4 Dec 1911. https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/75001687/…
  4. [S507] James Channing Redford Tombstone, Blandford Cemetery, Petersburg, Virginia; Constance Murray Chappell, Dec 2010, Hood, Joel Prince. Born: 4 Feb 1856. Died: 19 May 1915. https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/9208403/…
  5. [S503] Joel Prince Hood Tombstone, Blandford Cemetery, Petersburg, Virginia; Contributor at FindAGrave.com, 20 Nov 2010, Joel P Hood. Born 4 Feb 1856. Died 19 May 1915.
  6. [S502] Margaret Emma Magee Tombstone, Blandford Cemetery, Petersburg, Virginia; Contributor at FindAGrave.com, 20 Nov 2010, Maggie E Hood. Born 13 Oct 1856. Died 5 Jan 1933.
  7. [S106] Find a Grave, online www.findagrave.com, Briggs, Rosa Pace Shelton. Born: Oct 16, 1858. Died: June 19, 1933. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
  8. [S236] 2 Dead, 3 Hurt, Carraway & Child lose lives, Petersburg (VA) Progress Index, Petersburg, Virginia, 13 Apr 1934, pages 1 & 2, Film 27, April - June 1934 (LVA). Full title: "2 Dead, 3 Hurt (obscured on microfilm) Carraway & Child lose lives in Cox Road Crossing crash". Hereinafter cited as 2 Dead, 3 Hurt, Carraway & Child lose lives.
  9. [S106] Find a Grave, online www.findagrave.com, Peebles, Nathaniel Proctor Sr. Born: Nov 23, 1874. Died: Jan 23, 1935. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
  10. [S106] Find a Grave, online www.findagrave.com, Talmage, Addlie L. Born: Died: 14 Apr 1879. Died: 22 Jun 1947.
    https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/74953844/…
  11. [S360] Benjamin Thomas Horne Sr Tombstone, Blandford Cemetery, Petersburg, Virginia; Constance Murray Chappell, 9 Feb 2008, Buried next to his wife.
  12. [S527] Linda Dianne Horne Tombstone, Blandford Cemetery, Petersburg, Virginia; Constance Murray Chappell, 9 Feb 2008, Horne, Linda Dianne. Born 22 May 1945. Died 16 Jun 1953.
  13. [S207] Ancestry.com, Ancestry dot com (Ancestry, Provo, Utah), Archer, Charles Edgar. Born and died on 14 Aug 1954. Lived 2 hours and 15 minutes. Parents: Grover E Archer and Rosa Lucille Vaughan. Informant: Grover E Archer in Petersburg Hospital, VA.
  14. [S106] Find a Grave, online www.findagrave.com, Archer, Charles Edgar. https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/139515623
  15. [S365] Oscar Edward Prince Tombstone, Blandford Cemetery, Petersburg, Virginia; Constance Murray Chappell, 31 Aug 2008, He is buried on the right side of his wife.
  16. [S106] Find a Grave, online www.findagrave.com, Hood, Samuel W. Born: 12 Aug 1883. Died: 5 Dec 1954
    https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/62280596/samuel-w-hood
  17. [S106] Find a Grave, online www.findagrave.com, Hood, Indie Eliza. Born: 5 Jun 1883. Died:1 Sep 1956.
    https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/62102213/…
  18. [S508] Indie Eliza Hood Tombstone, Blandford Cemetery, Petersburg, Virginia; Constance Murray Chappell, Dec 2010, Hood, Indie Eliza. Born: 05 Jun 1883. Died: 01 Sep 1956.
  19. [S357] Robert Addison Talmage Jr Tombstone, Blandford Cemetery, Petersburg, Virginia; Constance Murray Chappell, 9 Feb 2008, Buried next to his wife, Teresa Lindamood Talmage.
  20. [S106] Find a Grave, online www.findagrave.com, Effie Wrenn Parham - Born: Oct. 9, 1888. Died: Aug. 8, 1959
    http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
  21. [S505] Joel Champion Hood Tombstone, Blandford Cemetery, Petersburg, Virginia; Constance Murray Chappell, Dec 2010, Hood, Joel Champion. Born: 25 Nov 1882. Died: 25 Mar 1960. https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/62280797/…
  22. [S106] Find a Grave, online www.findagrave.com, Evarard Meade Parham - Born: Apr. 21, 1883. Died: Nov. 1, 1962.
    http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
  23. [S106] Find a Grave, online www.findagrave.com, Peebles, Mary Briggs. Born: Feb 25, 1887. Died: Dec 8, 1962. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
  24. [S366] Estelle Teresa Pedneau Tombstone, Blandford Cemetery, Petersburg, Virginia; Constance Murray Chappell, 31 Aug 2008, She is buried on the left side of her husband.
  25. [S481] Progress-Index, Progress-Index (Petersburg, Virginia) (Petersburg, VA), "Mrs. O. E. Prince," Monday 30 Nov 1964, page 10.
  26. [S106] Find a Grave, online www.findagrave.com, Gneck, Lucy Slaughter. Born: 16 Aug 1888. Died: 31 Jan 1965. https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/76971499/…
  27. [S106] Find a Grave, online www.findagrave.com, William Dunn Peebles - Born:Mar. 31, 1881. Died: Oct. 10, 1965.
    http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
  28. [S364] Richard Briggs Horne Tombstone, Blandford Cemetery, Petersburg, Virginia; Constance Murray Chappell, 9 Feb 2008, Buried next to his wife, Dorothy Lewis Horne.
  29. [S106] Find a Grave, online www.findagrave.com, Hood, Bessie Short. Born: 8 Jun 1880. Died: 21 May 1966.
    https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/62280628/bessie-hood
  30. [S106] Find a Grave, online www.findagrave.com, Newsom, Margaret Mae Chappell.
  31. [S106] Find a Grave, online www.findagrave.com, Briggs, Geroge. Born: Feb 28, 1884. Died: Mat 7, 1969.Ward SS, Section 7, Square 2, W 1/2 Center. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
  32. [S106] Find a Grave, online www.findagrave.com, Briggs, Margaret Lowe. Born: June 3, 1888. Died: Aug 15, 1970. Plot: Ward SS, Section 7, Square 2, W 1/2 2nd N.W. Corner. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
  33. [S361] Benjamin Thomas (Hope) Horne Jr Tombstone, Blandford Cemetery, Petersburg, Virginia; Constance Murray Chappell, 9 Feb 2008, Buried next to his wife.
  34. [S301] Leah Pace Briggs Tombstone, Blandford Cemetery, Petersburg, Virginia; Constance Murray Chappell, 9 Feb 2008, Leah Briggs Horne. Born 27 Oct 1888. Died 21 May 1971.
  35. [S106] Find a Grave, online www.findagrave.com, Talmage, Robert Addison Sr. Born: 2 Jul 1879. Died: 9 Nov 1971. https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/74953850/…
  36. [S359] Elizabeth Berkeley Parham Tombstone, Blandford Cemetery, Petersburg, Virginia; Constance Murray Chappell, 9 Feb 2008.
  37. [S511] Madge Louise Hood Tombstone, Blandford Cemetery, Petersburg, Virginia; Constance Murray Chappell, Dec 2010, Hood, Madge Louise. Born: 22 Nov 1891. Died: 03 Apr 1975.
  38. [S106] Find a Grave, online www.findagrave.com, Hood, Nellie Truman. Born: 14 Aug 1894. Died: 20 Sep 1980. https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/62102441/…
  39. [S512] Nellie Truman Hood Tombstone, Blandford Cemetery, Petersburg, Virginia; Constance Murray Chappell, Dec 2010, Hood, Nellie Truman. Born: 14 Aug 1894. Died: 20 Sep 1980.
  40. [S106] Find a Grave, online www.findagrave.com, Hood, Mary Moore. Born: 07 Mar 1890. Died: 09 Jun 1984. https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/62280830/may-hood
  41. [S507] James Channing Redford Tombstone, Blandford Cemetery, Petersburg, Virginia, Redford, James Channing. Born: 10 Apr 1920. Died: 27 Feb 1987. https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/62280951/…
  42. [S506] Jean Hood Redford Tombstone, Blandford Cemetery, Petersburg, Virginia; Constance Murray Chappell, Dec 2010, Redford, Jean Hood. Born: 01 Oct 1920. Died: 31 Dec 1993. https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/62280905/jean-redford
  43. [S363] Hannah Ruth Lindamood Tombstone, Blandford Cemetery, Petersburg, Virginia; Constance Murray Chappell, 9 Feb 2008, Buried next to her husband and daughter Dianne.
  44. [S106] Find a Grave, online www.findagrave.com, Carraway,James Oscar. Born: Jul 23, 1928. Died: Feb 19, 1999. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
  45. [S362] Dorothy Nell Lewis Tombstone, Blandford Cemetery, Petersburg, Virginia; Constance Murray Chappell, 9 Feb 2008.
  46. [S274] Thomas Briggs Peebles Obituary, Petersburg (VA) Progress Index, Petersburg, Virginia, 11 Apr 2004. Hereinafter cited as Thomas Briggs Peebles Obituary.
  47. [S356] Emma Teresa Lindamood Tombstone, Blandford Cemetery, Petersburg, Virginia; Constance Murray Chappell, 9 Feb 2008, Buried next to her husband.
  48. [S528] Agnes Hayvagion Peebles Obituary, Richmond Times-Dispatch, Richmond, Virginia, 5 Dec 2011. Hereinafter cited as Agnes Peebles Obituary.

Eula (?)1

F, #1447
Last Edited10 Feb 2008
Eula (?) was born. As of before 11 April 1934, her married name was Eula Carraway.1

Eula (?) married Thomas F. Carraway, son of James Edward Carraway and Mary Hannah Crowder, before 11 April 1934.1 Fannie B Carraway Stewart, Edward Hampton Stewart, Mary Hannah Crowder, Thomas F. Carraway and Eula (?) also appeared in a news article about the train accident that killed her (Catherine Stewart) at Petersburg, Virginia, on 13 April 1934 with Catherine Stewart.2

Catherine Stewart's news article read as follows:
2 Killed, 3 Hurt near Petersburg - Train Auto Crash Occurs West of City Where Bridge is Planned"

Special to the News Leader

Petersburg, April 13 - Two were killed and 3 persons injured when a S.A.L. train crashed into an automobile at the intersection of Rt 1, near the city limits, yesterday about 6:06 o'clock. A sixth occupant of the car is reported to have escaped injury.

T. F. Carraway, 42, whose home is on the Petersburg-Hopewell pike was killed almost instantly. Catherine Stewart, 8 years of age, Stop 58, Petersburg-Richmond pike also died in the crash.

Mrs. T. F. Carraway, 105 Hopewell highway, sufferred severe cuts and bruises. Mrs. M. H. Carraway, 60, of Stop 58, Petersburg-Richmond pike, was severely injuried about the head and shoulders. Hampton Stewart, aged 10, from the same address, sustained a fractured skull. The other passenger in the automobile, Mrs. F. H. Stewart, escaped with minor injuries.

The automobile is reported to have been travelling east on Rt 1 near the city limits when the Seaboard Air Line train which had just left Dunlop-street station in this city at 5:5p pm reached the grade crossing.

Plans have already been made and the preliminary work started for an overhead bridge to be constructed at this point unde rthe public works... (more - not copied)
3

Catherine Stewart's news article read as follows:
2 Dead, 3 Hurt (obscured on microfilm) Carraway & Child lose lives in Cox Road Crossing crash

The lives of two persons were snuffed out in a grade crossing accident yesterday afternoon at 6 o’clock when the “Southern States Special” fast southbound Seaboard Air Line passenger train, struck and demolished an automobile occupied by six persons at the Cox road Crossing, National Highway No. 1.

T. F. Carraway, 27, of 105 Petersburg-Hopewell highway, and Catherine Stewart, 8 years old daughter of Mrs. Fannie Stewart of Stop 58, Richmond-Petersburg turnpike, were fatally injured in the crash. The child was killed outright while Carraway lived only a few minutes after the collision had hurried the roadster he was driving about ten feet from the crossing.

Wife & Mother Hurt

Persons injured in the crash were Mrs. Eula Carraway, wife of the man killed, abrasions of the arm; Edwin Stewart, ten, brother of the child killed, scalp wound, and Mrs. M. H. Carraway, 60,mother of the dead man and grandmother of Catherine and Hampton Stewart, multiple abrasions of the body. Mrs. Fannie Stewart, mother of the two children and sister of Carraway, suffered from shock but was not admitted to the hospital.

Coroner E. L. McGill will conduct an inquest but has not set the time for the inquiry which probably will be held in the next few days. …(other news omitted and article continued to age 2)

(page 2)

2 Dead, 3 Hurt as Train Hits Machine Here - Worst Crash in Years

The grade crossing accident was one of the worst to be recorded in Petersburg in many years. An investigation by Patrolman Parrish of the Petersburg police department, Sgt. Lawrence of the state police force and other local and state officers disclosed that the roadster, traveling toward Petersburg, was struck almost in its center. It is considered remarkable that four of the occupants of the card escaped death.

Police said that three persons were riding in the front seat of the automobile and three in the rumble seat. All of the passengers were thrown out of the car with the exception of Hampden Stewart. The car was demolished but it was not overturned as the force of the impact with the locomotive pushed it off the crossing to the side of the road.

The train was halted shortly after it had cleared the crossing and was delayed for 45 minutes. Kit Stevens of Raleigh, NC, was the engineer of the train and W. P Clements of Richmond, the conductor.

Carraway is survived by his wife, Mrs. Eula Carraway; mother, Mrs. James E. Carraway, of Chesterfield County; 3 brothers, W. E. and R. H. Carraway of Stoney Creek, H. O. Carraway of Hopewell; and 3 sisters, Mrs. J. H. Jolly, of Hopewell, Mrs. Fannie Stewart of Chesterfield County, and Mrs. H. H. Moore of Emporia. Funeral services will be held at the grave in Blandford Cemetery Sunday afternoon at 1:30 o’clock, conducted by Rev. W. E. Hill, pastor of the West End Presbyterian Church, Hopewell.

Catherine Stewart is survived by her parents, Mr. & Mrs. E. H. Stewart and one brother, Hampden Stewart, all of Chesterfield County. Funeral services will be held at the Crowder family burying grounds in Sussex County, Sunday afternoon at 5 o’clock, conducted by Rev. S. E. Lucas, pastor of the Sussex Methodist Church.
1 Fannie B Carraway, Edward Hampton Stewart, Mary Hannah Crowder, Thomas F. Carraway, Eula (?) and Edmund Hampton Stewart also appeared in a news article about detailing the events surrounding her death and that of her uncle, Thomas F. Carraway at Petersburg, Virginia, on 13 April 1934 with Catherine Stewart.4

Thomas F. Carraway and Catherine Stewart's obituary appeared in the newspaper in Petersburg, Virginia, on 15 April 1934. It listed Edmund Hampton Stewart, Fannie B Carraway Stewart, Edward Hampton Stewart, Mary Hannah Crowder Carraway and Eula Carraway as surviving them. She was listed as Mrs. Eula Carraway, Wife of Thomas F. Carraway.4,5

Thomas F. Carraway and Catherine Stewart's obituary read:
Thomas F Carraway

Funeral services for Thomas F. Carraway will be held at the grave in Blandford Cemetery this afternoon at 1:30 o’clock. Rev. W. E. Hill, pastor of West End Presbyterian Church of Hopewell will officiate. Services for Katherine E. Stewart will be held at the grave in the Crowder family burying ground in Sussex County at 5 o’clock. Rev W. E. Lucas, pastor of the Methodist Church of that County will officiate. Both processions will leave from the chapel of J. T. Morris & Son.
5

Her husband, Thomas F. Carraway, was buried on 15 April 1934 in Blandford Cemetery at 319 S Crater Road, Petersburg, Virginia.4

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Citations

  1. [S236] 2 Dead, 3 Hurt, Carraway & Child lose lives, Petersburg (VA) Progress Index, Petersburg, Virginia, 13 Apr 1934, pages 1 & 2, Film 27, April - June 1934 (LVA). Hereinafter cited as 2 Dead, 3 Hurt, Carraway & Child lose lives.
  2. [S226] Media General, Richmond (VA) News Leader (Richmond, VA), p28, "2 Killed, 3 Hurt near Petersburg - Train Auto Crash Occurs West of City Where Bridge is Planned."
  3. [S226] Media General, Richmond (VA) News Leader, p 28, "2 Killed, 3 Hurt near Petersburg - Train Auto Crash Occurs West of City Where Bridge is Planned."
  4. [S236] 2 Dead, 3 Hurt, Carraway & Child lose lives, 13 Apr 1934, pages 1 & 2, Film 27, April - June 1934 (LVA). Full title: "2 Dead, 3 Hurt (obscured on microfilm) Carraway & Child lose lives in Cox Road Crossing crash."
  5. [S237] Thomas F. Carraway Obituary, Petersburg (VA) Progress Index, Petersburg, Virginia, 15 Apr 1934, page 2, and the obituary of Catherine Stewart. Hereinafter cited as Thomas F. Carraway Obituary.

Benjamin Thomas (Hope) Horne Jr

M, #1448, b. 24 May 1919, d. 30 January 1971
Last Edited27 Feb 2018
Relationships4th cousin 1 time removed of Constance Murray Chappell
Father of James Shelton Horne
ChartsDescendants Chart - Benjamin Thomas Horne Sr
Descendants Chart - Robert Lee Lindamood
Descendants Chart - Polybius E. Lindamood
Descendants Chart - Samuel Briggs
Descendants Chart - Richard Horne
Descendants Chart - Francois Louis Pedneau
Benjamin Thomas (Hope) Horne Jr was born on 24 May 1919 at Sussex County, Virginia.1 He was the son of Benjamin Thomas Horne Sr and Leah Pace Briggs.

Richard Briggs Horne and Benjamin Thomas (Hope) Horne Jr appeared in the 1920 census as a son of Benjamin Thomas Horne Sr on 19 February 1920 in Henry, Sussex County, Virginia. He was listed as Ben H. Horne, age eight months, born in Virginia ; Ben T. Horne, age 46, born in Virginia. His occupation was farmer, general farming.2

Richard Briggs Horne, Benjamin Thomas (Hope) Horne Jr and Samuel Shelton Horne appeared in the 1930 census as a son of Benjamin Thomas Horne Sr in Henry, Sussex County, Virginia, on 7 April 1930. He was listed as Benjamin T Horne, age 10, born in Virginia, attending school ; Banjamin T. Horne, age 56, born in Virginia. He had first married at age 39. He owned his home valued at $4,000. His occupation was farmer, general farming.3

Benjamin Thomas (Hope) Horne Jr married Hannah Ruth Lindamood, daughter of Robert Lee Lindamood and Mary Marguerite Pedneau, on 24 October 1939 at Weldon, Halifax County, North Carolina. He was 20 at the time.4

Benjamin Thomas (Hope) Horne Jr and Samuel Shelton Horne appeared in the 1940 census as a son of Benjamin Thomas Horne Sr at Henry, Sussex County, Virginia, on 16 April 1940. He was listed as Ben T Hoon Jr, age 20, married, born in Virginia. His occupation was laborer in a pulp mill ; Ben T Horne, age 66, married, born in Virginia. He lived on a farm. He owned his home, valued at $2,500. He had completed 7th grade. His occupation was farmer, employer.5

When he was 30, his father, Benjamin Thomas Horne Sr, died on 10 August 1949 at Virginia at age 76.6

Benjamin Thomas (Hope) Horne Jr died on 30 January 1971 at Jarratt, Greensville County, Virginia, at age 51 of a massive heart attack in his living room at home. Benjamin was survived by his wife, Hannah Ruth Lindamood. Benjamin was survived by his children Benjamin Thomas Horne III, Michael Briggs Horne, James Shelton Horne.1 He was buried after 30 January 1971 in Blandford Cemetery in Section KK, located at 319 S Crater Road, Petersburg, Virginia.1

His wife, Hannah Ruth Lindamood Horne, was buried after 11 September 1997 in Blandford Cemetery in Section KK at 319 S Crater Road, Petersburg, Virginia.7

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Father*Benjamin Thomas Horne Sr b. 12 Jun 1873, d. 10 Aug 1949
Mother*Leah Pace Briggs b. 27 Oct 1888, d. 21 May 1971

Children of Benjamin Thomas (Hope) Horne Jr and Hannah Ruth Lindamood




© Copyright Constance Murray Chappell Horne, 2008-2018. The information on this website may not be used for commercial purposes. If your project is non-commercial, you may use the information on this website if you clearly identify the source of the information, which could read as follows: Compiled and presented by Constance Murray Chappell Horne, "Chappell / Horne Genealogy", http://roots.thehornes.us/

Citations

  1. [S361] Benjamin Thomas (Hope) Horne Jr Tombstone, Blandford Cemetery, Petersburg, Virginia; Constance Murray Chappell, 9 Feb 2008, Buried next to his wife.
  2. [S73] Ben T. Horne household, 1920 US Census, Sussex County, Virginia, population schedule, Henry, enumeration district (ED) 114, page/sheet 3-B, family 49, line 87-91; National Archives; (and Laurie Hatchett, a black female age 16, housekeeper, born in Virginia).
  3. [S71] Benjamin T Horne household, 1930 US Census, Sussex County, Virginia, population schedule, Henry, enumeration district (ED) 92-2, page/sheet 5-A, dwelling 82, family 86, line 9-14; National Archives.
  4. [S207] Ancestry.com, Ancestry dot com (Ancestry, Provo, Utah), Lindamood, Hannah and Ben Horne Jr - )ct 24, 1939 - North Carolina, Marriage Records, 1741 - 2001 - Halifax, Marriage Licenses (1888-1961).
  5. [S71] Ben T Horne household, 1930 US Census, Sussex County, Virginia, population schedule, Henry, ED 92-3, page/sheet 7-B, dwelling 14, family 98, line 54-55; (also page 61-A, image 58, lines 4-6 for 3 people from his household).
  6. [S360] Benjamin Thomas Horne Sr Tombstone, Blandford Cemetery, Petersburg, Virginia; Constance Murray Chappell, 9 Feb 2008, Buried next to his wife.
  7. [S363] Hannah Ruth Lindamood Tombstone, Blandford Cemetery, Petersburg, Virginia; Constance Murray Chappell, 9 Feb 2008, Buried next to her husband and daughter Dianne.

Hannah Ruth Lindamood

F, #1449, b. 13 December 1920, d. 11 September 1997
Last Edited27 Feb 2018
RelationshipMother of James Shelton Horne
ChartsDescendants Chart - Benjamin Thomas Horne Sr
Descendants Chart - Robert Lee Lindamood
Descendants Chart - Polybius E. Lindamood
Descendants Chart - Samuel Briggs
Descendants Chart - Richard Horne
Descendants Chart - Francois Louis Pedneau
Hannah Ruth Lindamood was born on 13 December 1920 at Henry, Sussex County, Virginia.1 She was the daughter of Robert Lee Lindamood and Mary Marguerite Pedneau.

Emma Teresa Lindamood and Hannah Ruth Lindamood appeared in the 1930 census as a daughter of Robert Lee Lindamood Jarratt, Sussex County, Virginia, on 25 April 1930. She was listed as Hannah Lindamood, age 9, born in Virgnia, attending school; Robert L. Lindamood, age 48, married, born in Virginia. He was 22 when he first married. His occupation was mechanic at a peanut mill. He owned his home valued at $3,000. He owned a radio set.2

Hannah Ruth Lindamood married Benjamin Thomas (Hope) Horne Jr, son of Benjamin Thomas Horne Sr and Leah Pace Briggs, on 24 October 1939 at Weldon, Halifax County, North Carolina. She was 18 at the time.3 Her married name was Hannah Ruth Lindamood Horne.

When she was 19, her father, Robert Lee Lindamood, died on 13 March 1940 at age 57.4

Hannah Ruth Lindamood Horne appeared in the 1940 census as a daughter-in-law of Benjamin Thomas Horne Sr at Henry, Sussex County, Virginia, on 16 April 1940. She was listed as Hannah Hoon, age 19, married, born in Virginia; Ben T Horne, age 66, married, born in Virginia. He lived on a farm. He owned his home, valued at $2,500. He had completed 7th grade. His occupation was farmer, employer.5

Her Social Security Number was 224-26-9953 at Virginia.

When she was 37, her mother, Mary Marguerite Pedneau Lindamood, died on 14 December 1957 at Petersburg, Virginia, at age 73.6

Estelle Teresa Pedneau's obituary appeared in the newspaper in Progress-Index, Petersburg, Virginia, on 30 November 1964. It listed William Wakeham Pedneau Sr, Richard Alfred Pedneau, Hannah Ruth Lindamood Horne, Emma Teresa Lindamood Talmage and William Wakeham Pedneau Jr as surviving her. She was listed as her niece, Mrs. B. T. Horne of Jarratt.7

When she was 50, her husband, Benjamin Thomas (Hope) Horne Jr, died on 30 January 1971 at Jarratt, Greensville County, Virginia, at age 51 of a massive heart attack in his living room at home.8

Her husband, Benjamin Thomas (Hope) Horne Jr, was buried after 30 January 1971 in Blandford Cemetery in Section KK at 319 S Crater Road, Petersburg, Virginia.8

Hannah Ruth Lindamood Horne died on 11 September 1997 at Greensville County Hospital, Emporia, Virginia, at age 76 due to cancer. Hannah was survived by her children, Benjamin Thomas Horne III, Michael Briggs Horne, James Shelton Horne.1 She was buried after 11 September 1997 in Blandford Cemetery in Section KK, located at 319 S Crater Road, Petersburg, Virginia.1

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Father*Robert Lee Lindamood b. 13 Aug 1882, d. 13 Mar 1940
Mother*Mary Marguerite Pedneau b. 4 Feb 1884, d. 14 Dec 1957

Children of Hannah Ruth Lindamood and Benjamin Thomas (Hope) Horne Jr




© Copyright Constance Murray Chappell Horne, 2008-2018. The information on this website may not be used for commercial purposes. If your project is non-commercial, you may use the information on this website if you clearly identify the source of the information, which could read as follows: Compiled and presented by Constance Murray Chappell Horne, "Chappell / Horne Genealogy", http://roots.thehornes.us/

Citations

  1. [S363] Hannah Ruth Lindamood Tombstone, Blandford Cemetery, Petersburg, Virginia; Constance Murray Chappell, 9 Feb 2008, Buried next to her husband and daughter Dianne.
  2. [S71] Robert L. Lindamood household, 1930 US Census, Sussex County, Virginia, population schedule, Jarratt, Henry District, enumeration district (ED) 92-2, page/sheet 21-A, dwelling 579, family 392, line 1-4; National Archives.
  3. [S207] Ancestry.com, Ancestry dot com (Ancestry, Provo, Utah), Lindamood, Hannah and Ben Horne Jr - )ct 24, 1939 - North Carolina, Marriage Records, 1741 - 2001 - Halifax, Marriage Licenses (1888-1961).
  4. [S344] Robert Lee Lindamood Tombstone, St Joseph's Roman Catholic Cemetery, Petersburg, Virginia; Constance Murray Chappell, 9 Feb 2008.
  5. [S71] Ben T Horne household, 1930 US Census, Sussex County, Virginia, population schedule, Henry, ED 92-3, page/sheet 7-B, dwelling 14, family 98, line 54-55; (also page 61-A, image 58, lines 4-6 for 3 people from his household).
  6. [S345] Mary Marguerite Pedneau Tombstone, St Joseph's Roman Catholic Cemetery, Petersburg, Virginia; Constance Murray Chappell, 9 Feb 2008.
  7. [S481] Progress-Index, Progress-Index (Petersburg, Virginia) (Petersburg, VA), "Mrs. O. E. Prince," Monday 30 Nov 1964, page 10.
  8. [S361] Benjamin Thomas (Hope) Horne Jr Tombstone, Blandford Cemetery, Petersburg, Virginia; Constance Murray Chappell, 9 Feb 2008, Buried next to his wife.

Linda Dianne Horne

F, #1450, b. 22 May 1945, d. 16 June 1953
Last Edited4 Sep 2011
Relationships5th cousin of Constance Murray Chappell
Sister of James Shelton Horne
ChartsDescendants Chart - Benjamin Thomas Horne Sr
Descendants Chart - Robert Lee Lindamood
Descendants Chart - Polybius E. Lindamood
Descendants Chart - Samuel Briggs
Descendants Chart - Richard Horne
Descendants Chart - Francois Louis Pedneau
Linda Dianne Horne was born on 22 May 1945 at Virginia. She was the daughter of Benjamin Thomas (Hope) Horne Jr and Hannah Ruth Lindamood.

Linda Dianne Horne died on 16 June 1953 at Virginia at age 8. She was buried after 16 June 1953 in Blandford Cemetery in Section KK, located at 319 S Crater Road, Petersburg, Virginia.1

She appeared in a news article about the accident that killed her at The Tidewater News on 18 June 1953.

Linda Dianne Horne's news article read as follows:
Little Girl Dies From Injuries in Traffic Accident

To the ever-lengthening list of those slaughtered on our highways should be added the name of Linda Dianne Horne, eight-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Horne, Jr., of Jarratt, Sussex County, who was fatally injured on Tuesday afternoon, June 16, in a traffic accident near Courtland.

According to reports, the little girl received the injuries resulting in her death after alighting from a west-bound Greyhound bus which had parked off the pavement waiting for a repair truck. In running across the road she was hit by an automobile allegedly driven by Dr. J. E. W. Harrower of Towson, Md.

The accident occurred about 5 o'clock on Route 58, approximately one mile east of Courtland. The youthful victim, who was travelling with her grandmother, Mrs. M. P. Lindamood of Jarratt, was taken by Stuart Jenkins of Courtland to the office of Dr. W. Frank Daughtrey, Jr; but she was dead on arrival there. Later her body was removed to the Owen-Purviance Funeral Home in Jarratt.

Dr. Harrower was charged with manslaughter and released on a bond in the amount of $1,000.

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Father*Benjamin Thomas (Hope) Horne Jr b. 24 May 1919, d. 30 Jan 1971
Mother*Hannah Ruth Lindamood b. 13 Dec 1920, d. 11 Sep 1997



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Citations

  1. [S527] Linda Dianne Horne Tombstone, Blandford Cemetery, Petersburg, Virginia; Constance Murray Chappell, 9 Feb 2008, Horne, Linda Dianne. Born 22 May 1945. Died 16 Jun 1953.