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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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Charles Colson

 

Charles Colson Died the 17th May 1770 Aged 66.

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ID -75



Birth -1704

Death - 1770

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[1] Web  shows he was born 1691 and died 1769 Births – Name: Charles Colston, Father: William Colston, Mother: Ann Gooch,
Birth Date: 17 Apr 1691, State: VA, Country: USA

[2]  Virginia County Records, SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTY 1721-1800, WILLS, WILL BOOK D 1761-1772, page 25
COLSON, CHARLES, Spotsylvania Co., d. Aug. 22, 1769, Executors Bond dated June 4, 1770. Wit. James Marye, P. Marye, James Marshall. Ex. nephew, Thomas Colson. Leg. brother, Thomas Colson, of Fredericksburg; my niece, the wife of George Hampton, ofFrederick Co; Charles Chester Colson Hampton, son of George and Mary Hampton; nephew, Thomas Colson of Spotsylvania Co. ?(Page 412)?.

[3] wife Rebecca Travers (I2641)
Birth 15 October 1692 — Richmond, Virginia, USA
Death 29 December 1727 (Age 35) — Richmond, Virginia, USA
Daughter – Mary Colson (I 1901)
Birth 1731 39 38 — Fredericksburg, Virginia, USA
Death before 2 September 1822 (Age 91) — Frederick, Virginia, USA

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[1] See  http://adkins9.net/individual.php?pid=I2640&ged=Adkins.GED

[2] Virginia County Records: Spotsylvania County 1721-1800. New York, NY, USA: Fox, Duffield, and Co., 1905.

[3] See  http://adkins9.net/individual.php?pid=I2640&ged=Adkins.GED


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ID -74


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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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Elizabeth Lyon

 

Departed this life Sept. 11th 1838 Mrs. Elizabeth P. Lyon Aged 52 years.

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ID -71



Birth -1789

Death - 1838

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[1] In delicate health for 4 years. “man of eminent professional skill of very discriminatory intellect and in general respect by his fellow citizen and beloved by his family.”

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[1] Virginia Herald 04-28-1830


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Philip Helmstatter

 

Sacred to the memory of Philip J. Helmstatter who died Aug. 17, 1831 aged 31 years. This stone is placed here by an affectionate Mother to an (***)y son.  [*** Three letters indistinct; we suppose this word is ‘only’].

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ID -70



Birth -1800

Death - 1831

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Merchant

[1] Died of apoplexy and then 8 or 9 weeks lay without “murmur or complaint”
“just in his dealings and remarkable trough the  whole of his life for peace and good will to all men”
“his mind was much drawn out on the subject of salvation .”
“Warning to his acquaintance ‘in a moment they might also be deprived of health and strength'”
[2] Ad “English rum, madeira wine, handsome cotton yard, pocket and pen knives, shad and mackerel by the barrel, gunpowder, tea, candies, large assortment of stoneware, pepper, allspice, ginger, alum , salteeter and a handsome of GLASSWARE”
[3] “800 lbs of sole leather, 50 barrels Mountain family flour, 12 barrels mackeral”

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[1] Virginia Herald  8/20/1831 3×4
[2] Virginia Herald 10/7/1829 3×4
[3] Virginia Herald 9/11/1830 3×2


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Carter Beverly

 

Carter Beverly Born at Blandfield Essex County Va. 15 of Aug: 1774 Died F** 10, 1844.

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ID -69



Birth -1774

Death - 1844

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[1] Letter to Henry Clay
[2] Obituary
[3] Court case. Beverly McKenzie vs. Carter Beverly, Munford Beverly, James W. Doores
Carter as guardian to plaintiff. Family to appear. Carter’s account being referred to in the Commission of Court. Plaintiff show errors. Carter surrenders account book.

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[1] Niles’ Weekly Register, Volumes 61-62
http://books.google.com/books?id=T4YrAAAAMAAJ&pg=RA1-PA101&lpg=RA1-PA101&dq=%22Carter+Beverly%22+Fredericksburg&source=bl&ots=fYkhtXPU6t&sig=UktCRw2pDwabmxcCkDQDWzg9Lzk&hl=en&sa=X&ei=MkaOUd6iOcrn0QH1k4GgCg&ved=0CFwQ6AEwCQ#v=onepage&q=%22Carter%20Beverly%22%20Fredericksburg&f=false
It relates to written or verbal attack on Henry Clay by Andrew Jackson. Carter publicized it.

[2] Beverly, Carter — Feb.10, 1844 At Fredericksburg, Carter Beverly, Esq., aged 72.
[“Historical Collections of Virginia” by Henry Lowe, Babcock & Company, Charleston, S.C., 1845. p. 406-407; submitted by Robyn Greenlund]
http://genealogytrails.com/vir/spotsylvania/obits_b.html

[3] Virginia Herald 7/15/1826 3×4  court case.


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Catherine Berry

 

Infant child Lawrence and Ann Berry

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ID -68D


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John Berry

 

Infant child Lawrence and Ann Berry

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ID -68C


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