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Peter was a flour merchant, and served as a state senator from Chesterfield County, Virginia. He married Mary Louisa about 1856. They had at least two children, Abraham and Mary Louisa. He married Caro...

2/23/2022 2/23/2022

Dr. John Gordon Chalmers MP (1803 - 1847)

Birth: Aug. 25, 1803 Death: Jan. 1, 1847s/o James Chalmers & Sarah Lanier Williams w/o Mary Wade Henderson - m. 02 Oct 1827====================================Children:1. Mary Wallace Chalmers - b. 1...

7/5/2012 2/21/2022

Richard E. Byrd (1860 - 1925)

. Richard Evelyn Byrd Sr. (August 13, 1860 – October 23, 1925) was a Virginia lawyer, politician and newspaperman. Early and family life He was the first son born to Jennie (Rivers) and her husba...

3/27/2010 2/8/2022

Richard Brooke (1760 - 1816)

Richard Brooke was a planter and state senator.

2/15/2018 1/25/2022

Andrew Sidney Broaddus (1810 - 1891)

Andrew S. Broaddus, Texas legislator and judge, was born in Caroline County, Virginia, in 1810, the son of Rueben and Elizabeth (Garland) Broaddus. Broaddus was raised and educated in Virginia and was ...

8/17/2009 1/24/2022

Branch Tanner Archer Find A Grave Memorial ID # 6064464 Branch Tanner Archer Wiki Page Branch Tanner Archer (1790–1856) was a Texan who served as Commissioner to the United States and Speaker o...

10/25/2012 12/17/2021

Peter Burwell Starke (1815 – July 13, 1888) was a Mississippi politician and sheriff, and a brigadier general in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War. He was active in several im...

10/29/2009 11/29/2021

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

"Gov. William H. Cabell"

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 adopted his middle i...

4/7/2007 11/28/2021

William Randolph Fleming (1765 - 1814)

=== GEDCOM Note ===William Randolph Fleming was a distinguished jurist-served 15 years in the Virginia legislature & 1 term in the US Congress from Virginia. (See gedcom notes at the end of this entry....

9/21/2007 11/27/2021

George Newton Conrad (1869 - 1937)

George Newton Conrad was an American Democratic politician who served as a member of the Virginia Senate, representing the state's 8th district.

5/12/2020 11/6/2021

, Virginia Militia, Revolutionary War Capt. James Tate's Company, Augusta County Militia, volunteered in Capt. May's Company, Botetourt Militia in Jan.1781, Battles of Kings Mountain & YorktownBrother ...

3/24/2016 11/3/2021

William Duval Cardwell (1868 - 1954)

Duval Cardwell (UVa. Law 1889), second son of Judge Richard Henry (1846-1931) and Katherine Howard Cardwell (1839-1909), was born April 12, 1868, in Rockingham, N.C. He was an attorney in Richmond, Va....

9/4/2021 9/4/2021

his youth he labored on the farm, and in winter attended school in a nearby village. Losing his father in infancy, he met with difficulties in obtaining an education, but his mother was an inspiring in...

7/12/2009 9/4/2021

Hon. Dudley Powers Digges MP (1729 - 1790)

Dudley Digges : b. 1718 Parents: Cole Digges 1691-1744 and Elizabeth Power Wives: 1. Martha Armistead 2. Elizabeth Wormeley Child: with Elizabeth Wormeley Lucy (Digges) Stratton b. 1771Dudley Digges wa...

7/12/2009 7/17/2021

William Marshall Ambler (1813 - 1896)

Member of the Virginia State Senate. Delegate to the Virginia secession convention. He studied at the College of William and Mary and the University of Virginia. He then studied law under John Tayloe L...

9/25/2008 7/7/2021

Col. John Ambler (1762 - 1836)

DAR# A002166 * Married 3 times:* 1. Frances Armistead in 1782, two chidlren:* a. Edward Ambler* b. Mary Cary Ambler* * 2. Lucy Marshall in 1792, one child:* a. Thomas Marshall Ambler* * 3. Katherine Bu...

9/25/2008 7/7/2021

Col. James Wilkerson Witten MP (1807 - 1878)

State Senator representing Tazewell, McDowell and Buchanan Counties (1863-1865) see: Annals of Tazewell County, Virginia from 1800 to 1922 in two volumes Vol. II. Chapter I. Governors, members of Const...

8/24/2015 5/30/2021

Col. Joseph Martin, III MP (1785 - 1859)

Col. Joseph Martin, born in Henry County in 1785, who served in the War of 1812.===Joseph built his home he called "Greenwood", a two-story Flemish-bond brick house built in 1808–1810 at Axton, Henry C...

1/4/2008 12/5/2020

Phillip Claiborne (1773 - 1827)

: Brunswick County, Virginia Will Book # 10; Marriage Bonds and Ministers' Returns of Greensville County Virginia, 1781-1825; Brunswick County, Virginia Order Book # 16; The Virginia Magazine of Histor...

12/26/2008 11/27/2020

Oscar Minor Crutchfield (1800 - 1861)

26th Speaker of the House Of Delegates for the Commonwealth Of Virginia. Minor Crutchfield (16 January 1800 – 15 May 1861) was a Virginia politician. He represented Spotsylvania County in the Virginia ...

1/4/2009 10/11/2020

Evelyn Clare Hailey (1921 - 2011)

HONORABLE EVELYN CLARE MOMSEN HAILEY======Evelyn Clare Momsen Hailey was an American politician. A Democrat, she served in the Virginia House of Delegates 1974–1982 and the Senate of Virginia 1982–1984...

10/4/2008 9/22/2020

Colonel Anthony Bledsoe MP (1733 - 1788)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for Virginia & North Carolina with the rank of COLONEL. DAR Ancestor #: A011213 Bledsoe, pioneer, surveyor, and early settler of the Cumberland region, was born in ...

6/22/2007 8/29/2020

F. Preston: Possible Author of the Rebel YellBorn November 8 1813 in Montgomery County, Virginia to a prominent slaveholding family.After a brief tour as a soldier and a successful career as a lawyer, ...

8/12/2020 8/12/2020

Shed Dungee (1831 - 1900)

Dungee represented Buckingham and Cumberland counties for two terms in the House of Delegates (1879–1882). Born enslaved, Dungee worked as a cobbler and later became a licensed preacher. He took his se...

7/22/2020 7/22/2020
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Lyon Gardiner Tyler, Sr. MP (1853 - 1935)

Lyon Gardiner Tyler, Sr. (August 24, 1853 – February 12, 1935) was an American educator and historian.-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Gardiner Tyler, so...

7/4/2008 7/8/2020

His mother died when he was born and he was raised by maternal grandparents. Hoge Tyler was a successful farmer and cattle rancher who parlayed his reputation as "the farmer’s friend" into a political ...

5/20/2012 7/8/2020

Charles Lewis Powell (1788 - 1874)

Charles Lewis Powell (b. July 15, 1788, d. September 07, 1874) Charles Lewis Powell (son of Robert Edward Powell and Catherine Tuggle) was born July 15, 1788 in Union Hall, Franklin Co, VA, and died Se...

12/27/2009 7/7/2020

Elbert Lee Trinkle, Governor (1876 - 1939)

"E. Lee Trinkle"

Lee Trinkle or E. Lee Trinkle (March 12, 1876 – November 25, 1939) an American politician who served as the 49th Governor of Virginia from 1922 to 1926.On March 12, 1876, Trinkle was born in Wytheville...

2/22/2013 7/7/2020

H. Taylor served for most of the American Civil War (1861–1865) as adjutant to Robert E. Lee, overseeing the paperwork and administrative functions of the Confederate general's commands. A businessman ...

8/17/2010 7/7/2020

Bahnson Stanley (July 16, 1890 – July 10, 1970) was an American politician, manufacturer and Holstein cattle breeder.Early lifeHe was born to Crockett Stanley (January 8, 1838 – March 12, 1915) and Sus...

2/24/2013 7/6/2020

Belser Spong, Jr. (September 29, 1920 – October 8, 1997) was a Democratic Party politician and a United States Senator who represented the state of Virginia from 1966 to 1973.BiographySpong was born in...

6/15/2014 7/6/2020

Captain James Dupuy (1758 - 1823)

Dupuy, Captain of Infantry in the revolution; Heir of the famous old sword, which he bequeathed to his grandson; Very prominent citizen of Nottoway Co., Va., which hs represented in the State Legislatu...

6/18/2009 7/5/2020

Edmund Ruffin MP (1794 - 1865)

""fire eater" fired one of the 1st Civ. War shots"

Genealogy from: "The Diary of Edmund Ruffin: The years of hope, April 1861-June 1863" Ruffin (January 5, 1794 – June 17, 1865) was a farmer and slaveholder, a Confederate soldier, and an 1850s politica...

5/8/2011 7/5/2020

John Robinson (aft.1825 - 1908)

"John Lipscomb"

Robinson was a member of the Convention of 1867–1868 and of the Senate of Virginia. Born free in Cumberland County Robinson achieved some measure of prosperity before and during the American Civil War ...

7/5/2020 7/5/2020

Joseph Prentis (1754 - 1808)

A well-known judge and politician, Joseph Prentis served on the Council of State (1779–1781) and in the House of Delegates (1776–1779, 1781–1788) and as Speaker of the House (1787–1788).

1/24/2020 7/4/2020

Benjamin Muse (1898 - 1986)

Muse (April 17, 1898 – May 4, 1986) was an American lawyer, soldier, diplomat, newspaper publisher, author and politician. He briefly served as a member of the Virginia Senate (switching allegiances fr...

7/3/2020 7/3/2020

Robert Munford, III (c.1740 - 1783)

Munford is best known today as a playwright, but he was far better known in his lifetime for his civic and military roles. He served in the military before, during, and after the American Revolution (1...

12/24/2007 7/3/2020

John E. Massey (1819 - 1901)

E. Massey served as the lieutenant governor of Virginia (1886–1890), a member of the General Assembly (1873­–1879), and an influential member of two Virginia political parties. Born in Spotsylvania Cou...

9/12/2017 7/2/2020

Henry "Black Horse Harry" Lee IV MP (1787 - 1837)

"Darkhorse Harry", "Black Horse"

Lee, also known as Henry Lee IV, was a writer, politician, diplomat, army officer, and the last member of the Lee family to own Stratford Hall. The son of Henry "Light-Horse Harry" Lee, a governor and ...

11/14/2007 7/1/2020

Robert Eden Scott (1808 - 1862)

Eden Scott (April 23, 1808 – May 3, 1862) was a prominent Virginia planter, lawyer and politician who served many terms in the Virginia General Assembly. He also represented Fauquier County at the Virg...

9/25/2008 6/29/2020

Taylor Scott (1834 – August 6, 1897) was a Virginia lawyer, politician and Confederate officer. Elected three times as Attorney General of Virginia, Scott also served one term in the Virginia House of ...

9/25/2008 6/29/2020

Lucien Keith (1860 - 1933)

in Warrenton, Virginia State Senator. He appeared on the census of 1880 at studying law.Married Elizabeth J. Sharpless, daughter of Samuel J. and Charlotte Sharpless on July 14, 1908.

6/29/2020 6/29/2020

James Keith (1839 - 1918)

most able and successful son of Isham and Juliet Chilton Keith of Fauquier County married Frances Morson. She was the daughter of Arthur Alexander Morson and Maria Scott Morson. The red haired, blue-ey...

6/29/2020 6/29/2020

Helen Ruth Henderson (1898 - 1982)

Ruth Henderson (November 9, 1898 – February 20, 1982) was a Virginia schoolteacher and politician. The daughter of Helen Timmons Henderson, she was elected to her mother's old seat in the Virginia Hous...

6/29/2020 6/29/2020

Helen Henderson (1877 - 1925)

Timmons Henderson (May 23, 1877 – July 12, 1925) was a schoolteacher and politician from Virginia. She was the first woman ever to be nominated for the Virginia House of Delegates; with Sarah Lee Fain,...

6/29/2020 6/29/2020

John Hawxhurst (1817 - 1906)

Hawxhurst was a member of the Convention of 1864 and of the Convention of 1867–1868. Born to a Quaker family in New York, he married outside the fellowship and in 1846 moved with his wife and children ...

6/29/2020 6/29/2020

Peachy Harrison (1777 - 1848)

Peachy Harrison was a prominent physician and politician who served in the House of Delegates (1816–1817) and the Constitutional Convention of 1829–1830.

11/8/2008 6/29/2020

Edwin Godwin, Jr. (November 19, 1914 – January 30, 1999) of Chuckatuck, Virginia, was an American politician who was the 60th and 62nd Governor of Virginia for two non-consecutive terms, from 1966 to 1...

2/24/2013 6/28/2020

William Henry Fitzhugh (1792 - 1830)

Henry Fitzhugh was a philanthropist, author, orator, and a veteran of the War of 1812 who manumitted in his will the men and women he enslaved. Fitzhugh was a member of the Virginia House of Delegates ...

9/25/2008 6/28/2020

Charles R. Fenwick (1900 - 1969)

Photo: Charles R. Fenwick (left) with Governor J. Lindsay Almond Jr. (right) Rogers Fenwick (August 11, 1900 – February 22, 1969) was a patent attorney and Virginia Democratic politician aligned with t...

6/27/2020 6/27/2020

Richard Ratcliffe Farr (1845 - 1892)

. R. Farr was a member of the House of Delegates (1877–1882) and the state superintendent of public instruction (1882–1886). Born in Fairfax County, he served under John Singleton Mosby during the Amer...

6/27/2020 6/27/2020

Sarah Lee Fain (1888 - 1962)

Lee Odend'hal Fain (November 23, 1888 – July 20, 1962) was a Virginia schoolteacher and Democratic politician who became one of the earliest female members of the Virginia General Assembly and later as...

6/26/2020 6/26/2020

Sanford Dodge (c.1820 - 1870)

M. Dodge represented Mecklenburg County at the Convention of 1867–1868 and in the House of Delegates (1869–1871). The New York native settled in Virginia after the American Civil War (1861–1865). Dodge...

6/24/2020 6/24/2020

Hon. William Daniel, Jr. (1806 - 1873)

of the Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals; son of William Daniel and Margaret Baldwin Daniel.Appletons' cyclopaedia of American biography, Vol. II, New York, D. Appleton and Company, 1887""Daniel, Willi...

9/4/2008 6/22/2020

Raleigh T. Daniel (1805 - 1874)

T. Daniel helped establish the Conservative Party in 1867. Daniel spent his antebellum political career as a Whig, winning a House of Delegates seat from Richmond in 1841. The Whig majority in the Gene...

10/24/2009 6/22/2020

Vivian Daniel (April 24, 1784 – May 31, 1860) was an American jurist who served as an Associate Justice on the Supreme Court of the United States.Early life, education, and careerDaniel was born in Sta...

2/10/2009 6/22/2020

Dan Daniel (1914 - 1988)

Daniel represented Danville in the House of Delegates (1960–1969) and served as representative from Virginia in the United States Congress (1969–1988). Prior to his election to public office, he served...

6/22/2020 6/22/2020

William H. B. Custis (1814 - 1889)

H. B. Custis was a member of the House of Delegates (1842–1846) and the Convention of 1861 and a member-elect of the House of Representatives. Born in Accomack County and educated in Indiana, he served...

6/21/2020 6/21/2020

John Parke Custis MP (1754 - 1781)

"Jacky", "Jack"

Parke Custis was a planter and member of the House of Delegates (1778–1781). After the death of his father, Daniel Parke Custis, his mother, Martha Dandridge Custis, married George Washington and moved...

6/2/2007 6/21/2020

Edmund Custis (b. - aft.1787)

Custis was a member of the House of Delegates (1787–1790) and the Convention of 1788. Born in Northampton County, on the Eastern Shore, he relocated to neighboring Accomack County as a young man. Durin...

6/21/2020 6/21/2020

George Rutledge Cowan (1793 - 1864)

George Cowan was a prosperous farmer who served several terms in the House of Delegates and the Senate of Virginia.

12/23/2008 6/20/2020

Raphael M. Conn (1805 - 1887)

M. Conn voted twice for secession at the Convention of 1861. Conn lived near the town of Mount Jackson in Shenandoah County and held a series of local offices, including militia officer, justice of the...

6/20/2020 6/20/2020

Joseph Christian (1828 - 1905)

Christian (July 28, 1828 – May 29, 1905) was born in Middlesex County, Virginia. He was educated at Columbian College (now George Washington University) in Washington, D. C. and studied law at Staunton...

6/18/2020 6/18/2020

Cary was a member of the Convention of 1776, Speaker of the Senate of Virginia (1776–1786), and one of the wealthiest and most influential men in Virginia during and after the American Revolution (1775...

3/25/2007 6/16/2020

Charles Carter of Ludlow MP (1732 - 1796)

Reference number 571 Patriot of the American Revolution for VIRGINIA. DAR Ancestor #  A019889 ========================== Carter served as a member of the House of Burgesses (1756–1771, 1774–1775), the ...

4/14/2008 6/16/2020

Peter Carr (1770 - 1815)

Carr was a justice of the peace for Albemarle County, a representative to the House of Delegates (1801–1804, 1807–1808), an educator, and a founding trustee of Albemarle Academy, which later evolved in...

5/5/2009 6/15/2020

David Green Carr (1809 - 1883)

Green Carr served as a member of the Convention of 1867–1868 and the Senate of Virginia (1869–1871). He was born in Otsego County, New York, in 1809 and purchased a Dinwiddie County farm in 1853. He be...

6/15/2020 6/15/2020

Alfred Caldwell (1817 - 1868)

Caldwell was the mayor of Wheeling, a member of the Senate of Virginia (1857–1861), and a Republican Party leader who denounced slavery before and during the American Civil War (1861–1865). Born in Ohi...

10/17/2018 6/14/2020

Joseph Carrington Cabell (1778 - 1856)

Had no children Joseph C. Cabell was member of the House of Delegates (1808–1810, 1831–1835) and the Senate of Virginia (1810–1829) and served as president of the James River and Kanawha Company (1...

2/25/2009 6/14/2020
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Robert Y. Button (1899 - 1977)

Y. Button was Virginia's attorney general from 1962 to 1970. The Culpeper native was among the many small-town attorneys who contributed to the success of Harry F. Byrd Sr.'s Democratic political machi...

6/13/2020 6/13/2020

Lewis Burwell (1737 - 1779)

Reference 5231 Burwell, a planter, was a member of the House of Burgesses (1769–1776), the Convention of 1776, and the House of Delegates (1776–1778). The descendant of Robert "King" Carter inherited m...

2/21/2009 6/13/2020

reference number 5211 Burwell was appointed to the James City County Court, served in the county militia, represented James City County in the House of Delegates (1778–1779), and was elected to the Con...

11/14/2007 6/13/2020

Daniel Bryan (1789 - 1866)

Bryan was a poet, a lawyer, and a member of the Senate of Virginia (1818–1820) representing Rockingham and Shenandoah counties. Publishing his works in periodicals and short books, he wrote in a neocla...

8/24/2016 6/13/2020

James Coles Bruce (1806 - 1865)

James Coles Bruce*BIRTH 26 Jan 1806 Virginia, USA*DEATH 28 Mar 1865 (aged 59) Halifax County, Virginia, USA*BURIAL Berry Hill Family Graveyard, South Boston, Halifax County, Virginia, USA===Family Son...

9/1/2008 6/12/2020

Colonel George Brooke (1728 - 1782)

THE BROOKE FAMILY OF VIRGINIA. (By Prof. St. George Tucker Brooke, Morgantown, W. Va. (continued.)>III. George Brooke of Mantapike, King and Queen Co., Va., was b. before 28 Sept., 1728, and died in Ri...

2/19/2017 6/12/2020

William Henry Brodnax (c.1786 - 1834)

H. Brodnax was a member of the House of Delegates (1818–1819, 1830–1833) and of the Virginia constitutional convention of 1829. A native of Brunswick County, he studied and then practiced law in Peters...

6/12/2020 6/12/2020

William Brockenbrough (1778 - 1838)

"Brockenbrough"

Brockenbrough (July 10, 1778 – December 10, 1838) was a Virginia lawyer, political figure and judge of the Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals.BiographyBrockenbrough was born in Tappahannock in Essex Cou...

9/1/2008 6/12/2020

Breckinridge was a Confederate cavalry officer during the American Civil War (1861–1865), who suffered five wounds, including at the Second Battle of Manassas (1862), reportedly had five horses shot fr...

7/8/2015 6/11/2020

a graduate of Wytheville High School, Virginia Military Institute and the University of Virginia School of Law. He served as First Lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps during World War II on Iw...

6/11/2020 6/11/2020

Henry M. Bowden (1819 - 1871)

M. Bowden represented the city of Norfolk in the Convention of 1867–1868. Born in James City County, Bowden became a prominent Democrat in Williamsburg and sergeant at arms of the Senate of Virginia ea...

8/7/2013 6/10/2020

Hon. James Wood Bouldin (1792 - 1854)

Wood Bouldin was a member of the House of Delegates (1825–1826) and the U.S. House of Representatives (1834–1839). Born in Charlotte County, he practiced law there and served one term in the General As...

3/14/2008 6/10/2020

Armistead L. Boothe (1907 - 1990)

L. Boothe was a Democratic politician who challenged the party's powerful, conservative political machine run by Senator Harry F. Byrd Sr. Boothe entered the General Assembly in 1948 as an independent ...

6/10/2020 6/10/2020

William Booker's political career, which included a term in Congress (1869–1871), provides an example of the shifting political alliances during and after the American Civil War (1861–1865). A strong U...

12/31/2017 6/10/2020

Bolling was a politician whose fluid party affiliation illustrates the churning coalitions in Virginia after the American Civil War (1861–1865). Bolling began his professional career as a clerk and a f...

6/10/2020 6/10/2020

Phillip S. Bolling (c.1849 - 1892)

S. Bolling initially won a seat the House of Delegates in 1883 representing Cumberland County, but the Democratic-controlled House ruled him ineligible on specious nonresidency grounds. His father, Sam...

8/26/2009 6/10/2020

Samuel P. Bolling (1819 - 1900)

P. Bolling was a member of the House of Delegates from Cumberland County, the owner of a brickyard in Farmville, and an entrepreneur with enough wealth and success to attract national attention. Born e...

5/26/2007 6/10/2020

Linnaeus Bolling (1773 - 1836)

"Lenaeus", "Linneus", "Lenias", "Leneaus"

: The Lynchburg Virginian, Feb. 1, 1836, p. 3, col. 4.BOLLING, LINNEUS, ESQ. died on 7th inst., age 63, at residence in Buckingham Co. "Active and faithful magistrate; member of General Assembly 1799-1...

5/29/2009 6/10/2020

Blackburn was an attorney who represented Bath County in the House of Delegates (1799–1801, 1809–1813, 1816–1818, 1820–1826). Born in Frederick County and educated at what later became Washington and L...

5/19/2009 6/8/2020

Robert Beverley MP (c.1740 - 1800)

"Robert Beverley"

Robert Beverley was a planter whose wealth in land and slaves made him one of the richest Virginians during the Revolutionary War (1775–1783). Born in Essex County, he was educated in England and ret...

9/25/2008 6/8/2020

Leon M. Bazile (1890 - 1967)

M. Bazile was a member of the Virginia House of Delegates (1935–1941) and judge of the Fifteenth Circuit (1941–1965) most widely known for his rulings in Loving v. Virginia, the interracial marriage ca...

6/7/2020 6/7/2020

Monteagle Bayly (March 26, 1775 – January 7, 1834) was an eighteenth and nineteenth century politician, lawyer and planter from Virginia. He was the father of Thomas Henry Bayly.BiographyBorn on Hills ...

10/3/2012 6/7/2020

Thomas H. Barnes (1831 - 1913)

H. Barnes was a physician and a member of the House of Delegates (1874–1877), the Senate of Virginia (1887–1894), and the Convention of 1901–1902. Born in Nansemond County, he was educated at the Unive...

6/6/2020 6/6/2020

Benjamin Johnson Barbour (1821 - 1894)

. Johnson Barbour was a planter, orator, rector of the University of Virginia (1866–1872), and member of the House of Delegates (1879–1880). Born at his family's large Orange County estate, Barbour was...

11/23/2008 6/6/2020

Biographical Information. Judge Briscoe Gerard Baldwin. Born 4th January 1789. Winchester City. Virginia. To Dr. Cornelius And Mary Briscoe Baldwin. Who Married. 16th October 1783. Frederick Co, Virgin...

4/7/2007 6/6/2020

(USA), Edgar Allan (1842 - 1904)

Allan was one of Virginia's leading Republicans from 1867 until 1902. A native of England who fought with George A. Custer's cavalry during the American Civil War (1861–1865), Allan settled in Prince E...

6/4/2020 6/4/2020

Son of Francis T. and Mary Ann Alexander Anderson. During the Civil War he served with the Liberty Hall Volunteers and was wounded at the First Battle of Manassas.* Updated from Find A Grave Memorial v...

7/14/2011 6/3/2020

Samuel McDowell Moore (1796 - 1875)

McDowell Moore (February 9, 1796 – September 17, 1875) was a U.S. Representative from Virginia, son of Andrew Moore.BiographyBorn in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Moore attended the public schools and Wa...

12/27/2015 6/3/2020

News: Lexington, Va, November 30.-Judge Francis T Anderson died this morning at 5 o'clock, at his residence in this place, having nearly completed his seventy-ninth year. Until the past week his health...

3/1/2011 6/3/2020