Graveyard Section Archives: Section 6

 

 

 

 

Unknown – rock marker, no headstone

 

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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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Seth Barton

 

Here lies an affectionate parent & sincere friend. SETH BARTON  Was born near Warren, Rhode Island July 29 A.D. 1755, and died at his seat near Fredericksburg, December 29 A.D. 1813, Aged 58 years and 5 months.

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ID -81



Birth -1755

Death - 1813

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[1]Letter Paula Felder to Vernon Edenfield.

Barton purchased Fielding Lewis estate 1799 and brought 5 children to live them. Originally from RI and served in the Revolution War army and afterwards became a successful shipping merchant in Baltimore. In 1802 tried make grounds as a subdivision, including the mansion itself.

1812 helped develop Liberty town at the intersection of Barton and Liberty Street.

Then a 3rd subdivision intersection Hanover and Kirkland Streets, including  both sides of Hanover Street extended and included the 10 acre tract which became the Brompton estate.

Married Sarah Emerson Maxwell.

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[1] Clipfile Virginiana Room Rappahannock Regional Library


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Ann T. Allen

 

William Allen Died 1866 and his wife Ann Turner Allen Died 1875.

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ID -79B


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Death - 1875

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William Allen

 

“William Allen Died 1866 and his wife Ann Turner Allen Died 1875.

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ID -79A


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[1] 2 Sept 1812 he was secretary and treasurer of the Swift Run Gap Turnpike
[2] 10/15/1828 from outbuilding in rear of tenement occupied by Mr. Thomas Curtis as confectioner and Mrs. William Smock’s Saddle Shop. Wind forced fire to main street. Warehouse between them owned by Allen.
[3] 2/2/1831 salt, plaster and iron. Such salt in large clean bags, 50 tons plaster of Paris of the most approved kind and a well
Assorted supply of bar iron, plough plates.  He received flour on storage” from such of his customers as many choose to instrust him there ”
[4] 1/6/1858 Such salt and Saltpetere, Irish and Scotch whiskeys, Old Jamaican Rum, sweeping brooms
[5] 9/15/1832 secretary at meeting at Orange courthouse

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[1] Virginia Herald 9/2/1812 3×5
[2] Virginia Herald 10/15/1828 3×1
[3] Virginia Herald 2/2/1831 3×3
[4] Virginia Herald 1/6/1858 3×6
[5] Virginia Herald 9/15/1832 3×3


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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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Birth -1804

Death - 1805

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Elizabeth M. 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 -78A



Birth -1779

Death - 1831

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[1] Died   16 Mar 1831 
[2] Married B. Beckwith 28 Jan 1826  
[3] 1/27/1830 married Elizabeth (Wright) by Rev. Wilson
[4] Aug 24, 1831 Grocer in Fredericksburg – advertisement – salt petered ham, whiskey, cotton yarn..molasses and sack of salt, iron and steel nails, Leopers scotch 
[5] Married E. Paterson 1/5/1833 Huntsville Alabama. Said that Fredericksburg was former home

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[1] Virginia Herald Died   16 Mar 1831 3×2

[2] Virginia Herald 28 Jan 1826 3×4

[3] Virginia Herald 1/27/1830 married Elizabeth (Wright)

[4] Virginia Herald Aug 24, 1831 3×3

[5] Virginia Herald Married E. Paterson 1/5/1833, 1/5/1833 3×3


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Maria Blakey

 

“Sacred to the Memory of Maria Ann wife of James G. Blakey who departed this life Aug, 14, 1845 aged 42 years & 2 months.”
Maria Blakey
James Blakey

 

Maria and James Blakey. Both paintings submitted by Jennifer Bauer.

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ID -77



Birth -1803

Death - 1845

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[1] May 10, 2001
I am looking for information on Maria Blakey b. 1803 d. 1845, supposedly buried in Fredericksburg, Virginia. I don’t know if this is her married name or maiden name, but I have two portraits of her and presumably her husband. I would like to be able to trace how I am related to them. I believe it is through the Newman family somehow, because the name Blakey shows up in that family history and I got the paintings through that side of my family. Sometime in the 1800’s John Francis Newman married Ann Blakey as his second wife, and they would be my great great grandparents. It is possible Maria Blakey is somewhere up the chain from there. Maybe her parents? Another avenue is that the older brother of John Francis Newman, Thomas Noel Newman, married a Mary Blakey. So, they could be up the chain from her as well. Any information anyone has would be much appreciated! Thanks! Once I have the paintings restored I would be happy to post photos if anyone else is interested in seeing them.

[2] I’m sorry, none of those names are familar. The time period of my Blakey line is abt. 1650- 1850, when it daughtered out when Maria Ann Blakey married John Francis Newman. They lived in Middlesex County, Spotsylvania county and the Madison, Culpeper, Green/Orange countys in Virginia – mine in the Stanardsville area of Green County. My relatives of that line still primarily live in Virginia.

[3] Per The Blakey Book Maria Blakey b.ca 1831 married John F. Newman on June 4, 1851. Her parents were James Gaines Blakey and Maria Ann sorrille. John Newman’s first wife was Eliza Simms. John had 3 children by Maria: James, Nannie and Mary. Mary married james B. Kite, Nannie married William Walker.

[4] 2/15/1823. Newman was plaintiff- Superior Court of Chancery. Ask defendant to appear on 10th day of next term

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[1] http://genforum.genealogy.com/blakey/messages/135.html
[2] http://genforum.genealogy.com/blakey/messages/358.html
[3] http://genforum.genealogy.com/blakey/messages/141.html
[4] Virginia Herald 2/15/1823 3×4


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