Anna Maria Thomasina Blackburn (1790 - 1833) MP

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Birthplace: Rippon Lodge, Prince William, Virginia, United States
Death: Died in Jefferson, West Virginia, United States
Managed by: Holly Dianne Faulkner
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About Anna Maria Thomasina Blackburn

Anna Maria Thomasina Blackburn was born on 30 Oct 1790 in "Rippon Lodge," Prince William, Virginia  and died on 21 Sep 1833 in Jefferson Co, West Virginia.

History

These Blackburn girls, to further complicate the family connections, were orphaned nieces of Mrs. ‘Judge Bushrod’ Washington’s, so Mrs. Washington’s two orphaned nieces married her husband’s two orphaned nephews."

Family

  • parents:  Daughter of Richard Scott Blackburn and Judith Ball 

Married

  1. 27 Sep 1810 in "Rippon Lodge," Prince William, Virginia to Bushrod Corbin Washington (1790-1851) as his 1st wife; he married Maria Powell Harrison 2nd. He was the son of Corbin Washington & Hannah Lee.

Children 

  1. Hannah Lee Washington (1811-1881). Married William Pearson Alexander.
  2. Thomas Blackburn Washington (1812-1854). Married Rebecca Janet Cunningham.

Notes

  1. "These Blackburn girls and their other sisters were very strong members of the Episcopal Church in its period of revival. The Episcopal Church had gone into a decline after the Revolution because it had seemed associated with the established church of the colonial government, and therefore with the colonial government and Britain. But it began to come back, particularly under the leadership of Bishop William Meade. Some people became very enthusiastic lay supporters, and the Blackburn women were among them to the extent that Bishop Meade's classic book "Old Churches, Ministers and Families of Virginia," especially refers to these Blackburn girls as 'the first fruits and some of the most valuable fruits of my early ministry.'
  2. Provenance: Corbin Washington (1765-1799), son of John Augustine Washington, nephew of George Washington , married to Hannah Lee (1766 to 1801); Bushrod Corbin Washington, son of the above (1790-1851) married Anna Maria Thomasina Blackburn (1790 to 1833); Thomas Blackburn Washington, son of the above (1813-1854), married Rebecca Janet Cunningham (1820 to 1890) - she, Rebecca, married as second husband Dr Edward Syle; Anna Maria Thomasina Blackburn Washington (1854-1909), daughter of the above (ie of Thomas Blackburn Washington and Rebecca Janet Cunningham); married (later Sir) James Alfred Ewing (1855-1935), noted engineer and physicist; the present owner, by descent. 1787 Washington Letter sells for $3.2 million. The Washington Post, 04 December 2009

Sources

  1. Anna Maria Thomasina BLACKBURN (AFN: 12Q1-R9D) FamilySearch™ Ancestral File v4.19
  2. [S288] The Land Where We Were Dreamin', James T. Surkamp (Editor), (Shepherdstown, West Virginia: Jim Surkamp Presentations, 2003), The Washingtons of Jefferson County by John Augustine Washington, Family Historian, Interview 3 Aug 2001
  3. [S289] Blackburns in America, W. A. Challacombe, (Carlinville, Illinois: W. A. Challacombe, 1943, 151 pages), page 3 (Reliability: 4).
  4. [S515] Lee, Richard (Col.) Descendants, Cassius Francis Lee & Joseph Packard, Junior, (Boston, Massachusetts: David Clapp & Son, 1872), page 6 (Reliability: 4).

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-------------------- Birth: Oct. 30, 1790 Prince William County Virginia, USA Death: Sep. 21, 1833 Jefferson County West Virginia, USA

born "Rippon Lodge" Daughter of Richard Scott Blackburn and Judith Ball

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Anna Maria Thomasina Blackburn's Timeline

1790
October 30, 1790
Prince William, Virginia, United States
1810
September 27, 1810
Age 19
Prince William, Virginia, United States
1811
May 19, 1811
Age 20
Jefferson, West Virginia, United States
1811
Age 20
1812
August 19, 1812
Age 21
Jefferson, West Virginia, United States
1812
Age 21
1833
September 24, 1833
Age 42
Jefferson, West Virginia, United States