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R. W. Ball

 

R. W. Ball, only child of Major Cyrus and Fedelia Ball of Lancaster County, Virginia.  Died February 17, 1826 Aged 17 years and 5 months.

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ID -99



Birth -1808

Death - 1826

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[1] He was Raleigh William Ball
[2] Cyrus Ball [129261] ————-
b. after 1780

Cyrus Ball [129261] ————-
b. after 1780

Fidelia Downman [128955] ——–
b.20_Dec_1786
m.2_Nov_1807,
Lancaster Co. VA
wife of Cyrus Ball
d.1849

Son Rawleigh William Ball
| [129264]
| b. after 1808
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[3] Photo: Rawliegh William Ball
Category: Portrait
Description: Headstone for Rawliegh Ball
Attached To: Rawleigh William Ball (1809-1826)

[4] Dad was Cyrus Ball
Born in Lancaster, Virginia, USA on 1784 to James Wallace Ball and Anne Ball. Cyrus married Fidelia Downman and had a child. He passed away on 1820 in Lancaster, Virginia, USA.

[5] Fidelia
December 1786 in Lancaster County, Virginia. She was baptized on 15 January 1787 in Lancaster County, Virginia. by Rev. John Leland, Spons. J. Chinn, J. B. Downman, J. Ball, Sarah Chinn, O. Downman and Fanny B Fidelia DOWNMAN and Cyrus BALL were marri ed on 2 November 1807 in Lancaster County, Virginia. 32,108
Cyrus BALL 23,101,108 (son of James Wallace BALL and Anne BALL) served in the military in 1812. Fidelia DOWNMAN and Cyrus BALL had the following children- Rawleigh William Ball

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[1] http://hdhdata.org/roots/c3020.html

[2] http://hdhdata.org/cgi-bin/showpage.pl?d3020&f00357

[3] http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?gl=ROOT_CATEGORY&rank=1&new=1&so=3&MSAV=1&msT=1&gss=ms_r_f-2_s&gsfn=Rachel&gsln=Ball&msbdy=1808&msbpn__ftp=Hanover%2C+Morris%2C+New+Jersey%2C+USA&msddy=1825&msdpn__ftp=Hanover%2C+Morris%2C+New+Jersey%2C+USA&cpxt=0&catBucket=p&uidh=000&cp=0

[4] http://records.ancestry.com/Cyrus_Ball_records.ashx?pid=29031778
Dad was Cyrus Ball . Born in Lancaster, Virginia, USA on 1784 to James Wallace Ball and Anne Ball. Cyrus married Fidelia Downman and had a child. He passed away on 1820 in Lancaster, Virginia, USA.

[5] http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~decourcy/PDF%20files/wmdowngent1.pdf   page 12


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Samuel Duffel

 

In Memory of Samuel Leonard Duffel son of Edwd. & Elizabeth Duffel

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ID -82



Birth -1801

Death - 1803

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[1] Edward was a tailor

[2] “There is a much natural description. Simplicity, filial piety in the following lines.”
“The child who can read them without feeling aglow of affection for his parent has but little sensibility or humanity in his breath.””

[3] Edward Duffel paid $15 business license

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[1] Virgnia Herald 9 Nov 1802   1×1
Virginia Herald 18 Jun 1802 3×2
[2] Virginia Herald 7 May 1805  3×4
[3] http://resources.umwhisp.org/Fredericksburg/merchants/fburgml1804.htm
List of business licenses  List of licenses granted by Adam Darby, commissioner of the Revenue for the Town of Fredericksburg to merchants and Pedlars to sell merchandise of Foreign Growth or manufacture from 1st May 1804 to the 1st day of September, agreeable to the receipts of Robt Crutchfield, Deputy Sheriff of Spotsylvania County, given for respective sums and to the persons whose names are annexed.


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Eliza Cox

 

In Memory of ELIZABETH M. wife of George Cox who died March 15th 1831 Aged 52 years. Also of ELIZA daughter of the above George & Elizabeth Cox who died August 8th 1805 aged 14 months.

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ID -78B



Birth -1804

Death - 1805

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Elizabeth Knox

 

Eliza Somerville daughter of Thomas F. & Virginia A. Knox  Died 7th March 1841. Aged 2 Mos 12 Days.

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ID -76



Birth -1840

Death - 1841

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Section is on Thomas F. Knox
[1] Large wheat speculator and flour manufacture
[2] 12/17/1853. First time elected Director Bank of Commerce

Elected with other St. Georgians – J. B. Ficklen, Montgomery Slaughter, W. H. Fitzhugh, Jr  4 of 7

Ficklen appeared to be going to become president

He shows up as directory in 1857,1859, 1860

He was director for others

1. Fredericksburg Insurance company 1854, 1857
2. Director of Canal Company 2/11/1854, 5/16/57
3. Elected to council in March 26, 1853 but resigned 2/11/54
4. Director of Water Power Company 4/16/1853

He was secretary of the Vestry 1854 . Wrote Letter July 29, 1854 after the fire expressing thanks to the fire company and citizens for helping put out St. George’s fire

[3] 2/20/1846 Knox bought lots 83,84,85,86
From Susan Sedden Book O, page 366

8/10/57 Knox bought Lot 95 from A. K. Philips (Book  S, page 261)
(Kenmore Inn Property appears to be this property)

[5] Grocer
[6] Silk Co. Agent
[7] Member Insurance Company. Director
[8] St. George’s Vestryman 1872
[9] Secretary of Vestry

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[1] S. J. Quinn History of Fredericksburg
[2] Weekly Advertiser 12/17/1853, 1/31/1857, 1/29/1859, 1/21/1860
[3] Virginia Room file cabinet, Knox file, Rappahannock Regional Library Letter Lois Hodge 1/13/1976
[4] Weekly Advertises Jan 15, 1850, Page 4
Merchant – sugar and molasses received from two schooners
[5] Virginia Herald 7/24/30 3×3
[6] Virginia Herald 4/2/1836 3×3
[7] Virginia Herald 1/4/1855 1×4. Weekly Advertiser – Director 9/16/1854
[8] Virginia Herald 4/8/1872 3×3
[9] Weekly Advertiser 7/29/1854


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Edward Barton

 

Sacred in Memory of Edward Seth Barton second son of Thomas R. & Susan C. Barton who departed this life on the 6th of December 1823 aged 2 years and 21 days.

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ID -72



Birth -1821

Death - 1823

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[1] After a few days illness, second son of Thomas B. Barton , 2 years 21 days “Sleep on sweet babe, they angelic spirit’s fled to rest with thy pure God, thy body with the dead”

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[1] Virginia Herald 12/10/1823 3×3


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Catherine Berry

 

Infant child Lawrence and Ann Berry

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ID -68D


Birth- Unknown

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John Berry

 

Infant child Lawrence and Ann Berry

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ID -68C


Birth- Unknown

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William Garrett Pearson

 

“In memory of William Pearson who departed this life on the 28th of March 1824 in the 64th year of his age.  Here lies interred William Garrett the son of William & Eleanor Pearson who departed this life in the 3d year of his age.”

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ID -63b


Birth- Unknown

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Walter Spilman

 

“In Memory of Walter son of Tho. W. & Ann Spilman who died Feby. 12th 1837 in the 4th year of his age.”

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ID -62



Birth -1833

Death - 1837

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References to Thomas Spilman, father
[1] Married Ann Cox. McGuire did service on Wed evening last. She was daughter of George Cox merchant.
[2] Mechanics Library Committee. Requested books, periodicals, pamphlets
[3] Secretary  and treasurer. Offered $100 reward to who cut the hose belonging to the Union Fire Co.

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References to Thomas Spilman, father
[1] Virginia Herald 1/12/1833 3×3
[2] Virginia Herald Thomas W. Spilman 3/29/1834 3×4
[3] Virginia Herald Thomas W. Spilmen Uino Fireman 3/19/1836 3×3


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Catherine Hart

 

Catherine Rose Daughter of J. R. & A. M. S. Hart  Aged 9 Mos. & 14 days.  [Footstone C.R.H.  No dates on either stone].

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ID -60


Birth- Unknown

Death- Unknown

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[1] J. R. may be John R. Hart who married  A. M. S. Goodwin (Hart)

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[1] Virginia Herald 24 Oct 1835 3×3


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