Sharon Dayle Calhoun

F, b. 27 November 1952
Last Edited25 Feb 2015
Sharon Dayle Calhoun
     Sharon was born at Miami, Florida, on 27 November 1952. She married Eric Creighton Tabb at Miami, Florida, on 26 July 1975. She resided at Boise, Idaho, in 1991.

Family

Eric Creighton Tabb b. 17 Sep 1952
Children

Jordan Eric Tabb

M, b. 6 May 1980
FatherEric Creighton Tabb b. 17 Sep 1952
MotherSharon Dayle Calhoun b. 27 Nov 1952
Last Edited29 Oct 2003
     He married Shellie Anne Hodge.1 Jordan was born at Boise, Idaho, on 6 May 1980.2 He resided at Boise, Idaho, in 2003.

Family

Shellie Anne Hodge
Children

Citations

  1. [S999] Source: Email from Anne Pawley Tabb (e-mail address) dated 26 October 2003.
  2. [S744] Page 28.
  3. [S1] See: http://www.harvestcomm.net/personal/jeg/g0000261.html., Source: Email from Anne Tabb (e-mail address) dated 25 June 04.

Kayla Michele Tabb

F, b. 23 January 1983
FatherEric Creighton Tabb b. 17 Sep 1952
MotherSharon Dayle Calhoun b. 27 Nov 1952
Last Edited25 Feb 2015
Kayla Michele Tabb
     She resided at Boise, Idaho. Kayla was born at Boise, Idaho, on 23 January 1983.

Logan Alexander Tabb

M, b. 4 December 1986
FatherEric Creighton Tabb b. 17 Sep 1952
MotherSharon Dayle Calhoun b. 27 Nov 1952
Last Edited30 Jan 1997
     He resided at Boise, Idaho. Logan was born at Boise, Idaho, on 4 December 1986.

Kenn Wayne Webb

M, b. 2 April 1960
Last Edited29 Nov 2014
Kenn Wayne Webb
     Kenn's occupation: Lawyer.. Kenn was born on 2 April 1960. He married Harriet (Heidi) Anne Tabb at Miami, Florida, on 22 June 1985. He resided at Dallas, Dallas County, Texas, in November 2014.

Family

Harriet (Heidi) Anne Tabb b. 5 Apr 1959
Children

Cassandra T. Southwick

F, b. 2 April 1880, d. 6 April 1880
FatherPliny Fitch Southwick b. 7 Sep 1850
MotherCornelia Wilson Tabb b. 3 Mar 1850, d. 14 Apr 1880
Last Edited1 Feb 2013
     Cassandra was born at Harrisonburg, Rockingham County, Virginia, on 2 April 1880.1,2 Cassandra died on 6 April 1880 at Harrisonburg, Rockingham County, Virginia.1 Her body was interred after 6 April 1880 at Harrisonburg, Rockingham County, Virgina, at Woodbine Cemetery.

Citations

  1. [S716] Source: Descendants of Lawrence and Cassandra Southwick of Salem Massachusetts, page 55 (http://www.familytreemaker.com/_glc_1075/1075_557.html).
  2. [S1104] George Washington Tabb Family Bible.

Eloise 'Lollie' Beckwith Southwick

F, b. 18 May 1892
FatherPliny Fitch Southwick b. 7 Sep 1850
MotherLaura Virginia Tabb b. 3 May 1847, d. 6 Jun 1911
Last Edited1 Feb 2013
     Eloise died. Eloise was born at Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri, on 18 May 1892.1

Citations

  1. [S1104] George Washington Tabb Family Bible.

(---?---) Tabb

M, b. 1900, d. 1900
FatherLuther Morgan Tabb b. 15 Feb 1878, d. 11 Jul 1943
MotherAlice Maybelle Harris b. 1 Mar 1882, d. 28 Jun 1969
Last Edited30 Jan 1997
     His body was interred in 1900 at Titus County, Texas, at Union Hill Cemetery. (---?---) died in 1900 at Mt. Pleasant, Titus County, Texas. (---?---) was born at Mt. Pleasant, Titus County, Texas, in 1900.

(---?---) Tabb

F, b. 1910, d. 1910
FatherLuther Morgan Tabb b. 15 Feb 1878, d. 11 Jul 1943
MotherAlice Maybelle Harris b. 1 Mar 1882, d. 28 Jun 1969
Last Edited30 Jan 1997
     Her body was interred in 1910 at Titus County, Texas, at Union Hill Cemetery. (---?---) died in 1910 at Mt. Pleasant, Titus County, Texas. (---?---) was born at Mt. Pleasant, Titus County, Texas, in 1910.

Emmaline Thompson

F, b. 20 September 1852, d. 2 January 1918
Last Edited6 Mar 2013
Emaline Thompson
     Emmaline was born at DeKalb County, Missouri, on 20 September 1852.1 She married Robert Tabb Bird on 16 February 1870. Emmaline died on 2 January 1918 at Sheridan County, Wyoming, at age 65.1 She was buried after 2 January 1918 at Redman Cemetery, Weatherby, DeKalb County, Missouri.1

Family

Robert Tabb Bird b. 12 Jun 1841, d. 9 Jan 1894
Child

Sarah Elizabeth Bird

F, b. 19 February 1839, d. 5 July 1881
FatherPeter Hull Bird b. 21 Feb 1817, d. 3 Nov 1850
MotherMary Catherine Tabb b. 16 Jan 1821, d. 6 Apr 1906
Last Edited6 Mar 2013
     She married John N. Redman. Sarah was born at Hardin County, Kentucky, on 19 February 1839.1 Sarah died on 5 July 1881 at age 42.1 She was buried after 5 July 1881 at Redman Cemetery, Weatherby, DeKalb County, Missouri.1

John N. Redman

M
Last Edited30 Jan 1997
     He married Sarah Elizabeth Bird. John died. John was born.

Family

Sarah Elizabeth Bird b. 19 Feb 1839, d. 5 Jul 1881

(---?---) Dalton

M
Last Edited30 Jan 1997
     He married Nancy Emily Bird. (---?---) died. (---?---) was born.

Family

Nancy Emily Bird b. 15 Mar 1847, d. 27 Feb 1911

Christopher W. Stratford

M
Last Edited1 Feb 2013
     Christopher died. Christopher was born. He married Mary Park Tabb at Harrisonburg, Rockingham County, Virginia, on 5 December 1882.1

Family

Mary Park Tabb b. 4 Sep 1841, d. 5 Jan 1928

Citations

  1. [S1104] George Washington Tabb Family Bible.

Augusta Adams Tabb

F, b. 1824, d. 30 July 1860
FatherWilliam H. L. Tabb b. 1799, d. 21 Sep 1837
MotherCalphurnia Wherry Featherstone b. 21 Feb 1799, d. Mar 1841
Last Edited10 Apr 2016
Augusta Adams Tabb
     Augusta was born at Lynchburg, Campbell County, Virginia, in 1824.1 She married Joseph Knox Walker at Lynchburg, Campbell County, Virginia, on 2 December 1841.1,2 Augusta died on 30 July 1860 at Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee.1 She was buried after 30 July 1860 at Elmwood Cemetery, Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee.3

Family

Joseph Knox Walker b. 19 Jul 1818, d. 21 Aug 1863
Children

Citations

  1. [S656] Source: E-mail from Jeanette Probst Tabb dated 27 October 1999, subject: Vincent Tabb.
  2. [S785] Source: http://www.penjaccphoto.com/walkerged/fam01334.htm. 26 Dec 00.
  3. [S1088] http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi

Joseph Knox Walker

M, b. 19 July 1818, d. 21 August 1863
Last Edited10 Apr 2016
     When Joseph Knox Walker was a young man he left home in Lexington and went to Tennessee. He was one of the leading criminal lawyers in the state. He represented Shelby County in the state senate in 1958-9. He was a delegate to three National Democratic Conventions. He graduated from Yale and studied law with James Knox Polk and for a while was his partner at Columbia, Tennessee. Joseph Knox Polk was a nephew and private secretary to President Polk. Joseph and his family lived at the White House in Washington during Polk's presidency. His daughter, Sally Walker was born at the White House. After Polk's term expired, J. K. Walker practiced law in Washington, then moved to Memphis in 1852. When the war broke out he raised a regiment, which fought like tigers at Belmont, Missouri. After the battle, Walker's regiment was called "The Bloody Second". He was a friend of the Irish. His regiment was composed mostly of men of this nationality. Joseph Knox Walker was a Colonel in the C.S.A. and died in 1863 in Memphis, TN.

Source: Lola Withrow, 5881 Cohn Ave., Marysville, CA 95901. E-Mail - lwithrow@syix.com. 6 May 1998. Joseph was born at Columbia, Tennessee, on 19 July 1818.1 He married Augusta Adams Tabb at Lynchburg, Campbell County, Virginia, on 2 December 1841.2,1 Joseph died on 21 August 1863 at Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee, at age 45.1,3 He was buried after 21 August 1863 at Elmwood Cemetery, Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee.3

Family

Augusta Adams Tabb b. 1824, d. 30 Jul 1860
Children

Citations

  1. [S785] Source: http://www.penjaccphoto.com/walkerged/fam01334.htm. 26 Dec 00.
  2. [S656] Source: E-mail from Jeanette Probst Tabb dated 27 October 1999, subject: Vincent Tabb.
  3. [S1088] http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi

Judith Scott Rose

F, b. 17 November 1794, d. 22 October 1857
Last Edited5 Sep 2016
     NOTE: JUDITH SCOTT ROSE CABELL was a very wealthy woman and a devout Presbyterian. She inherited wealth from her father Col Hugh Rose and her husband LANDON CABELL. She was 66 yrs. old when she married VINCENT TABB and they seemed very happy. Her granddaughter named a child VINCENT WILLIAMSON. Some of her family on the ROSE side objected to her TABB marriage and were very hurtful. VINCENT put himself in great financial stress building her a home which is still lived in old LYNCHBURG and trying very hard to give the life she was accustomed to. She was a devout Presbyterian and frugal with money and may not have wanted him to go to such lengths. At any rate she was very fond of her second husband and lived with him 16 years. At one time some of her grandchildren and their children lived with them and helped with the old folks. When VINCENT married her he owned a whole square city block in the best section of Lynchburg (restoration is under way today, I visited). On the back of property were extensive slave quarters and they made the brick for new house on the site. It was a very pretty Georgian, two story with trim shutters- very tasteful. She and LANDON had lived at "Rose Hill", the home of the ROSE family. LANDON was a quiet, very studious and intelligent man who took good care of the plantation, but rejected public life when often pressure was put on him to run for high political office as others in the CABELL family had so done. He had no interest in a political, high profile type of life and was a home body but very well liked and admired. He had received an excellent education and had an extensive library. I understand that "Rose Hill" was quite a show place in its young days, but today has fallen on neglect.
Toward the end of VINCENT TABB'S life he was deeply in debt and he began to sell household items when he and JUDITH got old and sick. At the time of his death, the beautiful home he had built for JUDITH was sold for $5,000 to his lawyers GARLAND and SLAUGHTER. It became known as the TABB-SLAUGHTER-DIGGS house and during the Victorian period was extensively remodeled with corner towers added and ornate decorations which completely changed its appearance. A young man bought it several years ago and is refinishing it as he can. He told me he bought it for $28,000 and that it was in need of everything. I did not ask to enter the home but took some snapshots from outside. It is on a street in old LYNCHBURG which is being reclaimed and given new life. The history and pictures of this house are found in book LYNCHBURG AN ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY by S. Allen Chambers, Jr. with photographs by Richard Cheek. The original block was bordered by Second, Harrison, First, and fronted Madison. It is very near to Blackwater Creek which branches off from James River. JUDITH was 82 yrs. old when she died and VINCENT was 84. They died within 2 months of each other.

WILL OF JUDITH S. TABB 1 Dec 1855 LYNCHBURG, VA.

I, JUDITH SCOTT TABB do make this my last will and testament. 1. I direct my debts and funeral expenses to be paid. 2. I give to my husband VINCENT TABB all the hires due to me at my death. I also give to him the four following slaves for his life: ANDREW, HENRY CLAY, EDWARD and LANDON, and after the death of said VINCENT TABB, I direct said slaves to be hired out by my executor, the hires applied to the support and maintenance of MARIAN WILLIAMSON for her life, and at her death the said slaves to be divided among her children (except VINCENT WILLIAMSON), the issue of any who may have died to take the part of the parent. 3. I direct my executor to hire out all my other slaves in families : PEGGY and four children FANNY, EMILY, LETTI and infant (name not recollected) SUSAN, PAULINA and her two children POLLY and ELLEN, SIMEON, NELLY, DELPHY (letting the three last chose their won homes)., and after paying all necessary expenses, that she apply the residue of said hire to the education of VINCENT WILLIAMSON, until he arrives at the age of 21 years, and when he attains said age, I give all said slaves and all increase of the females from this date, and all my other property, not herein before disposed of to said VINCENT WILLIANSON. 4. Should said VINCENT TABB WILLIAMSON die under the age of 21 years unmarried, I direct my executor to hire out the slaves and the increase of the females, mentions in the last clause, and apply the same, and the profits of all the residue of my estate, to the separate use and support of MARION WILLIAMSON for her life, and at her death divide all said property to her children as directed in the second clause above, the part of any child that may have died, to take the parents share. 5. I appoint CHARLES R. SLAUGHTER my executor. In testimony of all which I have hereunto signed my name and affixed my seal this 1 day of Dec 1855.. JUDITH S. TABB Signed by C. R. SLAUGHTER at the instance of Judith S. Tabb in her presence. WITNESSED: SAMUEL GARLAND, JR., C.R. SLAUGHTER, GUSTANUS A. EDWARDS.
Recorded in record Nov. term Court 1857 after being proven by SAMUEL GARLAND, C.R. SLAUGHTER.

OBITUARY OF JUDITH SCOTT ROSE CABELL TABB : CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHMAN, ALEXANDRIA, VA. AND RICHMOND CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE AND LYNCHBURG VIRGINIAN NEWSPAPER. 30 Oct 1857.

Departed this life on the 22nd Oct 1857, MRS. JUDITH SCOTT TABB, in the 82nd year of her age. The subject of this notice, though descended from a long line of illustrious ancestry, regardless of those earthly distinctions so much prized by the many seemed ambitious rather to be distinguished for the ornament of a meek and quiet spirit, and found her most congenial society in the circle of those, whom she regarded, as bearing the impress of her Savior's image. She held that "the humble Christian is the highest style of man", and genuine Christianity, Heaven's title of nobility. This estimable lady, whose praise is on the lips of all, was revered and loved, in the respective relations of life, as the unchanging friend, the kind neighbor, the attached mistress, the fond parent and the devoted wife; unmindful of herself, her chief pleasure consisted in promoting the happiness of others. She lived to bless and serve her generation. Her life diffusing the benign influence of the gospel of peace shed its mellow radiance over the circle in which she moved. Her history may be written in one word, "she lived, but not for herself." The record of her virtues will and its appropriate tablet in the hearts of all who knew her. We are at a loss to say whether she was more remarkable for her forgiveness of injuries, or for her devotion to the objects of her love. She constantly remembered and diligently practiced the distinguishing characteristic of our holy religion, embodied in the fifth petition, of that most remarkable form of prayer, over given to our world. "Forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us."
She has gone to her reward in heaven, but on earth the memory of her example, will bloom on and still shed its fragrance over the desolations of the tomb. The deceased had long been a zealous member of the Presbyterian Church, but her enfeebled health, and especially her aged husband, had for several years last past, denied to her the privilege of attending upon the public ministrations of the gospel. This was made up to her in part by the frequent calls of kind ministers of the different denominations.- These seasons of social prayer she greatly enjoyed, and often spoke of them as green spots in the history of her pilgrimage.
For several months last past we have seen this aged saint laboring under an insidious disease which she bore with great resignation; and as she drew nearer the close of her earthly course, she seemed concerned only for those she must leave behind. She was in the full exercise of her reason to the end, and her last act, when no longer able to speak, was to point those weeping around her to the skies, to the home which was then opening on her beatific vision.
We stood beside her bed, and witnessed the calm fortitude of that habitually timid, but now courageous spirit, in its last encounter with the great adversary, and with admiring wonder, contemplated the mysterious power of that Faith which disarmed Death, and the assured grasp of that Hope, which reposing itself on the arm of Omnipotence, went sweetly to sleep on the bosom of Jesus.
Thus serenely passed from earth her gentle spirit, going out-- "as the star which fades into the light of Heaven".
Breaking upon the silence of this consecrated scene "I heard a voice from Heaven"--"Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord, they rest from their labors, and their works do follow them". (Revelations)

(All of the above information was provided by Jeanette Probst Tabb.) Judith was born at Amhurst County, Virginia, on 17 November 1794.1 She married Vincent Tabb at Lynchburg, Campbell County, Virginia, on 23 June 1841.2 Judith died on 22 October 1857 at Lynchburg, Virginia, at age 62.1 She was buried after 30 October 1857 at Old City Cemetery, Lynchburg, Virginia.1

Family

Vincent Tabb b. 1773, d. 29 Nov 1857

Citations

  1. [S1088] http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
  2. [S666] Source: Research of Jeanette Probst Tabb, 5220 Valerie St., Bellaire, Texas 77401.

Christopher Neal Adams

M, b. 22 May 1991
FatherFranklin Woodrow Adams , Jr. b. 5 Feb 1955
MotherLinda Kay Tabb b. 27 Jul 1959
Last Edited13 Sep 2008
     He resided at Jefferson County, West Virginia. Christopher was born at Winchester, Frederick County, Virginia, on 22 May 1991.

Johnny Arthur Brooks

M, b. 1893, d. 19 November 1962
Last Edited16 Feb 2016
     He married Modelle Tabb. Johnny was born in 1893. Johnny died on 19 November 1962 at Mt. Pleasant, Titus County, Texas.

Family

Modelle Tabb b. 14 Apr 1906, d. 23 Dec 2000
Child

Robert Morris Tabb

M, b. 30 November 1873, d. 20 July 1877
FatherRobert Bruce Tabb b. 10 Aug 1833, d. 12 Nov 1906
MotherElizabeth Anne Warden b. 1837, d. 10 Apr 1891
Last Edited15 Mar 1999
     Robert was born on 30 November 1873.1,2 Robert died on 20 July 1877 at age 3.1,2

Citations

  1. [S405] Source: William & Mary College Quarterly, Vol XIII, 1904-1905, page 127 says he was born on 26 October.
  2. [S619] Source: R. Bolling Batte Papers in posession of The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia, biographical Card Files, Tabb, K., Card 88 of 144 (http://198.17.62.51/cgi-bin/drawerIII/disk8/CC/BA/035/T0464).

Gladys Adaline Tabb

F, b. 7 August 1914, d. 3 May 1998
FatherOscar M. Tabb b. 20 Dec 1868, d. 27 May 1963
MotherGrace Edna Green b. 18 Dec 1881, d. 15 Sep 1964
Last Edited16 Feb 2016
     She married Sherrill Louis Allen. Gladys was born on 7 August 1914. Gladys died on 3 May 1998 at Mt. Pleasant, Titus County, Texas, at age 83.

Family

Sherrill Louis Allen d. 16 Mar 1986
Child

Maria Tabb Armistead

F, b. 14 February 1800
FatherRobert Armistead d. Mar 1810
MotherPriscilla Tabb b. 16 Jan 1768, d. 5 Dec 1825
Last Edited12 Nov 2013
     Maria died. Maria was born on 14 February 1800.

Robert Henry Armistead

M, b. 12 April 1804
FatherRobert Armistead d. Mar 1810
MotherPriscilla Tabb b. 16 Jan 1768, d. 5 Dec 1825
Last Edited15 Mar 1999
     Robert died. Robert was born on 12 April 1804.1

Citations

  1. [S401] Source: William & Mary College Quarterly, Vol XIII, 1904-1905, page 124.

Sherrill Louis Allen

M, d. 16 March 1986
Last Edited25 Aug 2012
     He married Gladys Adaline Tabb. Sherrill was born. Sherrill died on 16 March 1986.

Family

Gladys Adaline Tabb b. 7 Aug 1914, d. 3 May 1998
Child

James Polk Keith

M
Last Edited30 Jan 1997
     James was born. He married Jeffie Angeline Tabb at Mt. Pleasant, Titus County, Texas, on 22 October 1944.

Family

Jeffie Angeline Tabb b. 23 Jan 1906

George Miller Hays

M, b. 20 January 1893, d. 11 January 1958
Last Edited8 Jan 2014
     He married Lula Mable Tabb at Mt. Pleasant, Titus County, Texas. George was born at Mt. Pleasant, Titus County, Texas, on 20 January 1893. George died on 11 January 1958 at Mt. Pleasant, Titus County, Texas, at age 64. He was buried after 11 January 1958 at Masonic Cemetery, Mt. Pleasant, Titus County, Texas.

Family

Lula Mable Tabb b. 26 Sep 1900, d. 7 Feb 1976

J. E. Scott

M
Last Edited30 Jan 1997
     He married Blanche Tabb at Hardin County, Texas. J. died. J. was born.

Family

Blanche Tabb b. 1905

(---?---) Tabb

F, b. 1900, d. 1900
FatherJohn Alexander Tabb b. 18 Feb 1862, d. 19 Jul 1958
MotherMinnie Ann Senn b. 7 Aug 1869, d. 27 Nov 1964
Last Edited30 Jan 1997
     (---?---) died in 1900 at Titus County, Texas. (---?---) was born at Titus County, Texas, in 1900.

(---?---) Tabb

F, b. 1897, d. 1897
FatherJohn Alexander Tabb b. 18 Feb 1862, d. 19 Jul 1958
MotherMinnie Ann Senn b. 7 Aug 1869, d. 27 Nov 1964
Last Edited24 Oct 2014
     (---?---) died in 1897 at Titus County, Texas. (---?---) was born at Titus County, Texas, in 1897.

Esther Tabb

F, b. 7 November 1896, d. November 1984
FatherJohn Alexander Tabb b. 18 Feb 1862, d. 19 Jul 1958
MotherMinnie Ann Senn b. 7 Aug 1869, d. 27 Nov 1964
Last Edited2 Jan 2002
     She married (---?---) Miller. Esther was born at Titus County, Texas, on 7 November 1896.1 Esther died in November 1984.1

Citations

  1. [S880] Source: Research of Jeanette Probst Tabb, 5220 Valerie St., Bellaire, Texas 77401. (e-mail address).