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Agnes Sarah Bell Cabell (Gamble) MP (1783 - 1863)

Agnes Sarah Bell Gamble , the second wife of Gov. Cabell, daughter of Col. Robert Gamble, was born August 22, 1783, and died February 15, 1863, at the residence of her son, Dr. J. G. Cabell, in Richmon...

Ann E. Cabell (Bolling) MP (deceased)

Anne Cabell (Bolling) MP (1778 - 1836)

Pocahontas Rebecca Bolling (OMSS shows Pocahontas Watson Bolling) (Abt. 1767-1803), m. 1783, Col. Joseph Cabell, Jr. (Jan. 6, 1762-8/31/1831), son of Col. Joseph and Mary Hopkins Cabell. He m. (2nd 1...

James Branch Cabell MP (1879 - 1958)

James Branch Cabell was the author of fifty-two books, including fantasy and science fiction novels, comedies of manners about post-bellum Richmond, works of genealogy, collections of short stories, es...

Joseph Cabell, Sr., M.D. MP (1732 - 1798)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for VIRGINIA with the rank of COLONEL. DAR Ancestor # A018015 --- ? source ? --- Text does NOT match current relationships! Col. Joseph Cabell (1732-1798) Lik...

Joseph Cabell, Jr. MP (1762 - 1831)

Mary Cabell (Hopkins) MP (1735 - 1811)

Info added per the DAR's "Lineage Book of the Charter Members" by Mary S Lockwood published in 1895

Mary Hopkins Breckenridge (Cabell) MP (1769 - 1858)

Mary Breckinridge (Cabell) MP (deceased)

Pocahontas Rebecca Cabell (Bolling) MP (1754 - 1803)

Sophonisba E. Grayson (Cabell) MP (1784 - 1857)

Hon. William H. Cabell, of "Montevideo" MP (1772 - 1853)

William H. Cabell (December 16, 1772 – January 12, 1853) was a Virginia politician and Democratic-Republican. He served as Member of the Assembly, as Governor of Virginia, and as judge. He ado...

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Adolfus N. Cabell (1883 - 1902)

Adolfus Cabell (deceased)

Agnes Elmer Izac (Cabell) (1895 - 1975)

Daughter of Major General Derosey Carroll Cabell Sr (USMA Class of 1884), and Martha Otis. Married to Lieutenant Edouard Victor Michel Izac, the only US Navy winner of the Medal of Honor in World War I...

Agnes Isaacs (Cabell) (1895 - c.1972)

Alethaea Spalding Cabell (1847 - d.)

Alexander Cabell (deceased)

Alexander A Cabell (c.1812 - c.1875)

Alfred Cabell (c.1850 - d.)

Major Algernon S. Cabell (CSA) (1834 - 1898)

Major Cabell was a native of Virginia and one of seven sons of Gen. B. W. L. Cabell, of Danville, Va. Six of the sons were in the Confederate army at the same time. Deceased moved to Arkansas in 1853...

Alice Winston Withers (Cabell) (1837 - 1912)

Alice Cabell (Winston) (1784 - c.1814)

Alice Cabell (Winston) (c.1770 - 1814)

Alice Winston Cabell (c.1840 - d.)

Alice Winston Cabell (1806 - d.)

Alice Winston Carrington (Cabell) (1800 - 1846)

"It is not certain just how the fortunes of the Carringtons began to decline. They were an open-handed, high-living, hospitable race. An older member of the family said several of the Carringtons would...

Alice Cabell (deceased)

Anita Ford Dillon (Cabell) (1923 - 2006)

Ann Harrison (Cabell) (1771 - 1840)

Ann Carrington Flournoy (Cabell) (c.1786 - 1854)

Ann Cabell (c.1810 - d.)

Ann Cabell (Carrington) (1760 - 1838)

Anna Maria Cabell (Wilcox) (1830 - 1873)

Anna Henry Cabell (1858 - d.)

Anne Blaws Cabell (1811 - 1862)

Anne Cabell (1809 - d.)

Anne Bouldin Rust (Cabell) (1829 - d.)

Anne Cabell (Anthony) (deceased)

Anne Atkinson Cabell (deceased)

Anne Harris Cabell (Branch) (1859 - 1915)

After graduating in June 1898, James Branch Cabell worked briefly as a reporter in New York City. On his return to Richmond he again found himself the subject of a malicious rumor, that he had murdered...

Archibald Cabell (1795 - 1822)

Archibald Bolling Cabell (1881 - d.)

Athaliah Cabell (Miller) (c.1826 - c.1910)

August Friedrich Wilhelm Cabell (1870 - 1941)

Aylett J Cabell (deceased)

Benjamin Franklin Cabell (1824 - d.)

B.W. "Doc" Cabell (c.1917 - c.1974)

Benjamin W. S. Cabell (1886 - 1886)

Benjamin Cabell (1824 - d.)

Benjamin Cabell (deceased)

Ben E. Cabell, Mayor of Dallas, Texas (1858 - 1931)

Benjamin Elias Cabell (November 18, 1858 - February 8, 1931), attorney, was mayor of Dallas 1900-1904. Biography Benjamin Elias Cabell was born November 18, 1858 in Ft. Smith, Arkansas to William...

Benjamin Cabell (1765 - d.)

Benjamin Cabell (CSA) (1842 - 1862)

Benjamin Edward Cabell was the son of Gen. B.W.S. Cabell, a veteran of the War of 1812. Their family plot is marked by a tall brownstone column. He is buried with his brother Joseph Robert Cabell. He...

Maj. General Benjamin W.S. Cabell (1793 - 1862)

Gen. Benjamin Cabell was born on his family's estate, "Repton," on the James River. After attending school at Hampden-Sydney, he emigrated with his father, "Repton" Joseph Cabell, Jr., to Kentucky in...

Benjamin William Sheridan Cabell (1793 - 1862)

Bertye Cabell (Earey) (deceased)

Calvin S. Cabell (deceased)

Carrie Lee Cabell (deceased)

Carrie Lee Cabell (deceased)

Cary Charles Cabell (1854 - 1856)

Catherine Ann Cabell (1806 - 1807)

Catherine Douglas Cabell (1847 - 1892)

Catherine Kate Cabell (Wells) (c.1821 - c.1850)

Ceal Cabell (deceased)

Charles Joseph Cabell (1813 - 1882)

Charles Cabell (deceased)

General Charles P. Cabell (USAF), Deputy Director of the CIA (1903 - 1971)

Charles Pearre Cabell (October 11, 1903 in Dallas, Texas – May 25, 1971 in Arlington, Virginia) was an United States Air Force General and deputy director of the Central Intelligence Agency. ...

Charles J Cabell (1789 - 1810)

Charles W Cabell (c.1863 - d.)

Charles Ellet Cabell (deceased)

Charles W Cabell, (deceased)

Charles Webster l Cabell (deceased)

Charlie? Cabell (deceased)

Charlotte Ridgely Cabell (1906 - d.)

Charlotte Cabell (Schott) (1877 - d.)

Clara J Cabell (deceased)

Clara Pauline Cabell (deceased)

Clara Hawes Cabell (Coleman) (deceased)

Clementine Cabell (c.1780 - d.)

Clifford Cabell (deceased)

Clifford Cabell (1810 - 1871)

Cumberland Cabell (deceased)

David S. Cabell (deceased)

David Shepard Garland Cabell (deceased)

Colonel Derosey C. "Bud" Cabell, III (1919 - 1998)

Colonel, Air Defense Artillery, US Army. Aviator. Nickname was "Bud". The son of a West Point officer whose mother was the daughter of a West Point officer, it was only natural that he would go to ...

Colonel Derosey C. "Rosey" Cabell, II (1893 - 1966)

The son of Major General Derosey Carroll Cabell, Sr and Martha Otis, he graduated from the US Military Academy, West Point, Class of 1916. He married Edith Morgan, daughter of Colonel George Horace M...

Maj. General Derosey C. Cabell, Sr. (1861 - 1924)

Major General, US Army, Cavalry Officer. Born at Fort Smith, Arkansas, the son and first child of a Confederate officer, Major Algernon Sydney Cabell, and Mary Angella Carroll. He was named after h...

DeRosey C. Cabell, Jr. (1893 - d.)

Doris Cabell (deceased)

Dr. John J. Cabell (c.1772 - c.1834)

E Cabell (Wright) (deceased)

Earle Cabell, Mayor of Dallas, Texas (1906 - 1975)

Earle Cabell (October 27, 1906 – September 24, 1975), was a Texas politician who served as mayor of Dallas, Texas. Cabell was mayor at the time of the assassination of John F. Kennedy and was ...

Edith Cabell (Morgan) (1894 - 1978)