Neil Herman Hoke

M, b. 5 March 1926
Last Edited30 Jan 1997
     Neil was born on 5 March 1926. He married Charlotte Pavey Lupton on 10 March 1950.

Family

Charlotte Pavey Lupton b. 24 Sep 1926
Children

Evaline Janney Lupton

F, b. 6 February 1928
FatherJames Mcsherry Lupton b. 13 Nov 1888, d. 27 Oct 1962
MotherHelena Mitchell d. Nov 1992
Last Edited30 Jan 1997
     She resided. Evaline was born on 6 February 1928. She married David Dow Munsell on 28 August 1950.

Family

David Dow Munsell
Children

David Dow Munsell

M
Last Edited30 Jan 1997
     He resided. David was born. He married Evaline Janney Lupton on 28 August 1950.

Family

Evaline Janney Lupton b. 6 Feb 1928
Children

Creighton Lupton Hoke

M, b. 17 May 1953
FatherNeil Herman Hoke b. 5 Mar 1926
MotherCharlotte Pavey Lupton b. 24 Sep 1926
Last Edited30 Jan 1997
     Creighton was born on 17 May 1953.

Carey Laurance Hoke

F, b. 1 June 1957
FatherNeil Herman Hoke b. 5 Mar 1926
MotherCharlotte Pavey Lupton b. 24 Sep 1926
Last Edited30 Jan 1997
     Carey was born on 1 June 1957.

Benjamin Tongue Munsell

M, b. 20 February 1952
FatherDavid Dow Munsell
MotherEvaline Janney Lupton b. 6 Feb 1928
Last Edited30 Jan 1997
     He resided. Benjamin was born on 20 February 1952.

David Mcsherry Munsell

M, b. 10 February 1954
FatherDavid Dow Munsell
MotherEvaline Janney Lupton b. 6 Feb 1928
Last Edited30 Jan 1997
     He resided. David was born on 10 February 1954.

Patrick Munsell

M, b. 8 December 1957
FatherDavid Dow Munsell
MotherEvaline Janney Lupton b. 6 Feb 1928
Last Edited30 Jan 1997
     Patrick was born on 8 December 1957.

Mary Park Tabb

F, b. 4 September 1841, d. 5 January 1928
FatherGeorge Washington Tabb b. 5 Feb 1816, d. 31 Jul 1881
MotherMary Creighton Wilson b. 7 May 1823, d. 26 Oct 1907
Last Edited1 Feb 2013
     Mary was born at 'Rural Hill', Berkeley County, Virginia, on 4 September 1841.1 She married Christopher W. Stratford at Harrisonburg, Rockingham County, Virginia, on 5 December 1882.1 Mary died on 5 January 1928 at Denver County, Colorado, at age 86.1 She was buried after 5 January 1928 at Woodbine Cemetery, Harrisonburg, Rockingham County, Virginia.1

Citations

  1. [S1104] George Washington Tabb Family Bible.

Cornelia Wilson Tabb

F, b. 3 March 1850, d. 14 April 1880
FatherGeorge Washington Tabb b. 5 Feb 1816, d. 31 Jul 1881
MotherMary Creighton Wilson b. 7 May 1823, d. 26 Oct 1907
Last Edited1 Feb 2013
Pliny Fitch Southwick and Cornelia Wilson Tabb.
     MRS. CORNELIA WILSON (TABB) SOUTHWICK was born in Berkley Co., W. Va., near Martinsburg, March 13, 1850. She purchased another home at Fair View, Jefferson Co., on the Opeaquon Creek, near Charlestown, where her family moved a year later, the place rendered historical by John Browrfs trial, and where her father, George Washington Tabb, served in this trial and wrote his verdict; also a noted place of numerous confficts during our late civil war. She was educated by private teachers until during the war, when she completed her education at Ann Smith Academy at Lexington, Va. Remaining at home until her family moved to Harrisonburg, where she had numerous opportunities of travel and gratifying her taste for literature, she married Pliny F. Southwick Sept. 11, 1878, but died April 13, 1880, having attained the type of a true and lovely woman at an early age.

Source: Descendants of Lawrence and Cassandra Southwick of Salem Massachusetts, page 558 (http://www.familytreemaker.com/_glc_1075/1075_558.html).

The following graphic account, from the Lynchburg Virginian, of the marriage in this place of Mr. Pliny F. Southwick and Miss Cornelia W. Tabb, youngest daughter of our worthy townsman, G. W. Tabb, Esq., will be read with much interest by the many friends of both parties in Harrisonburg:

HARRISONBURG, Va., Sept. 15, 1878.

Dear Virginian:

DEAR C. - When I arrived in Harrisonburg two months ago "a stranger in a strange land," I little imagined the charming affaire de coeur whose progress I was to watch, until it terminated in an Old Virginia marriage.

I apply this epithet to the offering so recently made to Hymen, because all connected with it was so utterly different from the present marriage a la mode; and because its quiet, refined modesty reminded me of the days when the marriage rite was regarded as the public seal to a compact, considered solemn and binding from the first moment of its formation -- not merely an occasion of gorgeous display, much gossip and sometimes, even scandal.

Yet this quiet, little marriage was attended by such romantic circumstances, that you must let me repeat them to you:

The bride, Miss. C. T., was the youngest daughter of Mr. G. W. T., formerly of Jefferson County, and whose family are too well known throughout Virginia, to require further comment, except that he had been a prominent juryman at the John Brown trial.

During the late war, this fact appeared to increase the animosity extended to him and his family, by the Federal soldiers -- indeed, so great were the hardships endured by this family, that it was quite natural their recollections of "the Yankees" should not be the most agreeable imaginable. But they had promised to become loyal subjects to the United States Government, and they would certainly be true to their word; so last winter, when Mrs. T. found it necessary to receive boarders into her family, she accepted the application of a gentleman, actually born in New York, and partly bred in New England. His very complexion, fair and ruddy, proved him a true son of the North: perhaps, like many other Americans, he is descended from those old Northmen, the Danes, who so frequently disturbed the peace of the ancient Britons. At all events, he was now about to imitate the example of the Danes by invading this happy home.

Personally there was no objection to this gentleman, still Mrs. T.'s children could not give him a very cordial welcome, and Miss C. (whose warm Southern heart caused her to feel particularly belligerent towards him) privately resolved to treat him with the coldest civility, holding only such intercourse with him as was required by common courtesy. Little did Miss C. imagine that, through her instrumentality, he was to become what Susan Nipper would term "a permanency," and not "a temporary". However, by the time Spring had arrived, it was discovered that not only had this "young man's fancies," but
also those of this patriotic young maiden, had very seriously turned to "thoughts of love."

Of course everybody now knows the sequel, but during that wonderful period of "engagement," everything was kept delightfully quiet. Even the neighbors had to forego the pleasure of discussing the bride's trousseau, every article of which was nevertheless, thoroughly comme ill faut.

The usual white veil and orange blossoms were replaced by a stylish traveling costume, more appropriate for seven o'clock in the morning, at which hour Miss L. entered the parlor on Mr. S.'s arm, looking as if only a true Northerner could make her happy, so entirely does love triumph over even our national prejudices. But, one word about the parlor. It was literally a mass of lovely flowers, and from the centre depended the grand marriage bell, formed of white flowers and geranium leaves; that wonderful bell, which would, so soon,

"Ring out a slowly dying cause,
     And ancient forms of party strife,
     Ring in the noble modes of life,
With sweeter manners, purer laws."

And in contrast to the white flowers, there might be seen in the distance a background of dusky faces and woolly heads, belonging to those dear old "aunts" and "uncles," who are often the most truly loved relatives of a Southern child.

Then followed the parental blessing, the friendly congratulations, the hurried farewell, and the next moment two happy souls were whirling up the Shenandoah Valley. I imagine they were rather oblivious to its beautiful scenery, as on such occasions, each soul is supposed to be absorbed with gratitude at having found its "better half " Hoping you may enjoy the report of this little marriage occasion as much as I did the reality, and with many thanks for the patience extended to this long letter, I am yours sincerely,

L. W. W.

Eighteen months after the above we have the following from Mr. Pliny F. Southwick's own pen:

April 23, 1880.

My Dear Mother and Friends at home:
I have been trying to gather fortitude to write you again.

Last week I wrote you of the death of our little one only four days old. But now I must tell you that Cornelia too is dead.

They lie side by side in the cold and silent grave *** She exhorted friends to meet her in heaven, then bade us a triumphant adieu, saying, "The angel troop are waiting."

Source: Descendants of Lawrence and Cassandra Southwick of Salem Massachusetts, page 559-562 (http://www.familytreemaker.com/_glc_1075/1075_558.html).] Cornelia was born at Berkeley County, Virginia, on 3 March 1850.1,2 She married Pliny Fitch Southwick at Harrisonburg, Rockingham County, Virginia, on 11 September 1878.1,2 Cornelia died on 14 April 1880 at Harrisonburg, Rockingham County, Virginia, at age 30.1,2 Her body was interred after 14 April 1880 at Harrisonburg, Rockingham County, Virginia, at Woodbine Cemetery.2

Family

Pliny Fitch Southwick b. 7 Sep 1850
Child

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.

Laura Virginia Tabb

F, b. 3 May 1847, d. 6 June 1911
FatherGeorge Washington Tabb b. 5 Feb 1816, d. 31 Jul 1881
MotherMary Creighton Wilson b. 7 May 1823, d. 26 Oct 1907
Last Edited1 Feb 2013
     Laura was born at Berkeley County, Virginia, on 3 May 1847.1 She married Pliny Fitch Southwick at Harrisonburg, Rockingham County, Virginia, on 19 June 1884.1 Laura died on 6 June 1911 at Colorado Springs, Colorado, at age 64. Her body was interred after 6 June 1911 at Harrisonburg, Virginia, at Woodbine Cemetery.1,2

Family

Pliny Fitch Southwick b. 7 Sep 1850
Child

Citations

  1. [S1104] George Washington Tabb Family Bible.
  2. [S1088] http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi

Pliny Fitch Southwick

M, b. 7 September 1850
Last Edited1 Feb 2013
Pliny Fitch Southwick and Cornelia Wilson Tabb.
     Pliny died. PLINY FITCH SOUTHWICK went to Northampton in 1866, at the age of 16, and learned the dry goods business, remained there till 1870, then went into business in Freeborn, Minn., with T. A. Southwick; spent two months on the frontier, and then returned to Northampton, Mass., where he became a partner in the store where he learned his business. He afterwards sold his interest and became a commercial traveller for a New York importing house. Was in the dry goods business (1880) in Harrisonburg, Va.

Source: Descandants of Lawrence and Cassandra Soutliwick of Salem, Massacnusetts, Page 55 (http://www.familytreemaker.com/_glc_/1075/1075_558.htmI.) Pliny was born at Mooers on 7 September 1850.1 He married Cornelia Wilson Tabb at Harrisonburg, Rockingham County, Virginia, on 11 September 1878.1,2 Pliny's occupation: Dry Goods Business. at Harrisonburg, Rockingham County, Virginia, in 1880.1 He married Laura Virginia Tabb at Harrisonburg, Rockingham County, Virginia, on 19 June 1884.2

Family 1

Cornelia Wilson Tabb b. 3 Mar 1850, d. 14 Apr 1880
Child

Family 2

Laura Virginia Tabb b. 3 May 1847, d. 6 Jun 1911
Child

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.

Willis Creighton Tabb

M, b. 28 March 1861, d. 20 March 1933
FatherGeorge Washington Tabb b. 5 Feb 1816, d. 31 Jul 1881
MotherMary Creighton Wilson b. 7 May 1823, d. 26 Oct 1907
Last Edited28 Feb 2014
     Willis was born at 'Fairview', Jefferson County, Virginia, on 28 March 1861.1 He married Abbie Lorraine Daniel at Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri, on 9 December 1884.1 Willis died on 20 March 1933 at Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri, at age 71.2 His body was interred after 20 March 1933 at Independence, Missouri, at Mt. Washington Cemetery. He was cremated and his remains are in sec. 7, lot 67..

Family

Abbie Lorraine Daniel b. 24 Nov 1860, d. 3 Jan 1948
Children

Citations

  1. [S1104] George Washington Tabb Family Bible.
  2. [S84] He died of pernicious anemia.

Abbie Lorraine Daniel

F, b. 24 November 1860, d. 3 January 1948
Last Edited1 Feb 2013
     Abbie was born at Burlington, Iowa, on 24 November 1860. She married Willis Creighton Tabb at Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri, on 9 December 1884.1 Abbie died on 3 January 1948 at Olathe, Kansas, at age 87. Her body was interred on 9 January 1948 at Independence, Missouri, at Mt. Washington Cemetery. She was cremated and her remains were buried in sec. 7, lot 67.

Family

Willis Creighton Tabb b. 28 Mar 1861, d. 20 Mar 1933
Children

Citations

  1. [S1104] George Washington Tabb Family Bible.

Charles William Tabb

M, b. 5 October 1844, d. 15 February 1864
FatherGeorge Washington Tabb b. 5 Feb 1816, d. 31 Jul 1881
MotherMary Creighton Wilson b. 7 May 1823, d. 26 Oct 1907
Last Edited14 Nov 2014
Charles William Tabb
     Charles was born at Berkeley County, Virginia, on 5 October 1844.1 Charles William Tabb served as a private in Company G of the 2nd Virginia Infantry, Confederate State Army. He enlisted 28 May 1862, at Winchester, Virginia. He was wounded at the Battle of Fredericksburg on 31 December 1862. He was mortally wounded in action in the thigh at Paynes Farm on 27 Nov 1863, and died in the Confederate hospital at Gordonsville, VA., on 15 February 1864. He is buried in the Thornrose Cemetary at Stanton, Virginia.

His father went immediately after he was wounded to the field hospital; then to Gordensville, staying a few days with him. Then as he couldn't leave his family alone longer took Mrs. Tabb to the hospital to stay with him until his death. We have letters written home by both his parents, and one from Charles himself, all telling how they were passing the time. Mr. Tabb's letter said he didn't think he could survive, but Charles was not afraid to die; he read to him from his Bible, now at Willis', and it strengthened him. Mrs. Tabb's letters seem more hopeful, as that was her natural disposition. Grandma Tabb gave Nell the roll, sometimes called a "housewife", that Charles carried with him in the War. In the center, when rolled, is his very plain knife, fork and spoon, and in the pockets are needles, thread, buttons, hooks and eyes, etc., so he could do his own mending.

Grandma Wilson was in charge of the home during Mrs. Tabb's absence. From her little journal of "Daily Occurrences" I copy these items, which makes it seem more real to us, at this time.

"April 1st, 1862. Aaron ran off (slave)*

May 28, Charles W. Tabb left home to join the army at Winchester.

June 3, Yankees came and searched the house for Mr. Tabb. He went to town, was questioned and set at liberty.

August 27, Yankees called away from Smithfield.

September 12, Washington (Tabb) started south (?)*

September 30, Washington returned home (?)*

May 22, 1863, Yankees took Lige and Charley away (slaves)*

June 16, 1863, Charles came from Winchester and spent the night. Met the regiment in the morning and went to Maryland.

July 1, 1863, Battle commenced at Gettysburg.

July 5, 1863, Lee's army retreating to Virginia.

July 16, 1863, Charles came home at 12 at night.

July 17, 1863, Charles left for camp at Bucklestown.

July 19, 1863, Charles went to Martinsburg with the division. Charles never was home after the 17th of July. He was wounded on the 27th of November 1863. Taken to Gordensville Hospital, and died February 15, 1864. His body buried in the Staunton Military Cemetary February 17, 1864. His mother went on to Lexington on the 18th and arrived home February 27th 1864.

May 9, 1864, Washington (Tabb) was arrested and all his horses and cattle taken by the Yankees. Taken to Martinsburg, where they remained until the 22nd, when he came home. Left on the 23rd to go up the Valley to headquarters to get an order to recover his stock. Was arrested on the 3rd and taken to Martinsburg."

*Items in parentheses inserted by Mrs. Willis Creighton Tabb.

Source: Sketch of Family of WILLIS CREIGHTON TABB from Its
Earliest Beginning in Virginia in 1637 Through Ten Generations
to the Present Time by Mrs. Willis Creighton Tabb - 1935. Charles died on 15 February 1864 at Gordonsville, Orange County, Virginia, at age 19.1 His body was interred after 15 February 1864 at Staunton, Augusta County, Virginia, at Thornrose Cemetery.2

Citations

  1. [S1104] George Washington Tabb Family Bible.
  2. [S1088] http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi

Dudley Mayo Tabb

M, b. 27 September 1858, d. 20 June 1860
FatherGeorge Washington Tabb b. 5 Feb 1816, d. 31 Jul 1881
MotherMary Creighton Wilson b. 7 May 1823, d. 26 Oct 1907
Last Edited8 Aug 2013
     Dudley was born at Jefferson County, Virginia, on 27 September 1858.1,2 Dudley died on 20 June 1860 at Jefferson County, Virginia, at age 1.3 His body was interred after 20 June 1860 at Gerrardstown, Berkeley County, Virginia, at Gerrardstown Presbyterian Church. He was buried under the large oak tree just behind the church..2,4

Citations

  1. [S86] Birth Records, Jefferson County, Volume 1, Page 40, Line 24.
  2. [S1104] George Washington Tabb Family Bible.
  3. [S87] Date was obtained from his tombstone.
  4. [S1088] http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi

Nell La Nere Tabb

F, b. 20 September 1885, d. 23 April 1928
FatherWillis Creighton Tabb b. 28 Mar 1861, d. 20 Mar 1933
MotherAbbie Lorraine Daniel b. 24 Nov 1860, d. 3 Jan 1948
Last Edited23 Jul 2014
     Nell was born at Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri, on 20 September 1885.1 She married William Campbell Davidson at Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri, on 30 April 1910.1 Nell died on 23 April 1928 at Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri, at age 42. Her body was interred on 25 April 1928 at Independence, Missouri, at Mt. Washington Cemetery. She is buried in a cement tomb in sec. 7, lot 67..

Family

William Campbell Davidson b. 2 Dec 1878, d. 1 Oct 1949
Child

Citations

  1. [S1104] George Washington Tabb Family Bible.

William Campbell Davidson

M, b. 2 December 1878, d. 1 October 1949
Last Edited23 Jul 2014
     William was born at Liberty, Missouri, on 2 December 1878. He married Nell La Nere Tabb at Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri, on 30 April 1910.1 William died on 1 October 1949 at North Kansas Cty, Missouri, at age 70.2 His body was interred on 5 October 1949 at Independence, Missouri, at Mt. Washington Cemetery.3

Family

Nell La Nere Tabb b. 20 Sep 1885, d. 23 Apr 1928
Child

Citations

  1. [S1104] George Washington Tabb Family Bible.
  2. [S88] He died of Apoplexy, Hypertension.
  3. [S89] He was cremated and his remains were buried in sec. 7, lot 67.

Creighton Tabb

M, b. 2 May 1888, d. 29 August 1960
FatherWillis Creighton Tabb b. 28 Mar 1861, d. 20 Mar 1933
MotherAbbie Lorraine Daniel b. 24 Nov 1860, d. 3 Jan 1948
Last Edited1 Feb 2013
     Creighton was born at Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri, on 2 May 1888.1 He married Nellie Mable Durbin at Olathe, Kansas, on 20 December 1920. Creighton died on 29 August 1960 at Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri, at age 72.2 His body was interred on 1 September 1960 at Independence, Missouri, at Mt. Washington Cemetery.3

Family

Nellie Mable Durbin b. 29 Oct 1898, d. 1 Jun 1984
Children

Citations

  1. [S1104] George Washington Tabb Family Bible.
  2. [S90] He died of heart failure.
  3. [S91] He is buried in a cement vault in sec. 7, lot 67.

Nellie Mable Durbin

F, b. 29 October 1898, d. 1 June 1984
Last Edited16 Aug 2015
     Nellie was born at Moline, Elk County, Kansas, on 29 October 1898.1 She married Creighton Tabb at Olathe, Kansas, on 20 December 1920. Nellie died on 1 June 1984 at Miami - Dade County, Florida, at age 85.1 Her body was interred after 1 June 1984 at Miami, Miami-Dade County, Florida, at Woodlawn Park Cemetery South.1

Family

Creighton Tabb b. 2 May 1888, d. 29 Aug 1960
Children

Willis Lorraine Tabb

M, b. 2 August 1890, d. 31 January 1973
FatherWillis Creighton Tabb b. 28 Mar 1861, d. 20 Mar 1933
MotherAbbie Lorraine Daniel b. 24 Nov 1860, d. 3 Jan 1948
Last Edited26 Mar 2015
     Willis was born at Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri, on 2 August 1890.1 He married Margaret Burt at Levenworth, Kansas, on 27 April 1914.1 Willis died on 31 January 1973 at Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, at age 82.2,3 He was buried after 31 January 1973 at Rose Hills Memorial Park, Whittier, Los Angeles County, California.3

Family

Margaret Burt b. 10 Sep 1890, d. 27 Sep 1972
Children

Citations

  1. [S1104] George Washington Tabb Family Bible.
  2. [S92] (American Tabbs Since The Civil War, The Tabb Family News.).
  3. [S1088] http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi

Margaret Burt

F, b. 10 September 1890, d. 27 September 1972
Last Edited26 Mar 2015
     Margaret was born at Uticia, Oneida County, New York, on 10 September 1890.1 She married Willis Lorraine Tabb at Levenworth, Kansas, on 27 April 1914.2 Margaret died on 27 September 1972 at Upland, San Bernardino County, California, at age 82.1 She was buried after 27 September 1972 at Rose Hills Memorial Park, Whittier, Los Angeles County, California.1

Family

Willis Lorraine Tabb b. 2 Aug 1890, d. 31 Jan 1973
Children

Citations

  1. [S1088] http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
  2. [S1104] George Washington Tabb Family Bible.

William Campbell Davidson , Jr.

M, b. 17 October 1914, d. 1998
FatherWilliam Campbell Davidson b. 2 Dec 1878, d. 1 Oct 1949
MotherNell La Nere Tabb1 b. 20 Sep 1885, d. 23 Apr 1928
Last Edited1 Feb 2013
     He married Dorothy Jayne Parrott. William was born at Clay County, Missouri, on 17 October 1914. William died in 1998.2

Citations

  1. [S1104] George Washington Tabb Family Bible.
  2. [S749] Source: e-mail from Ann Tabb (e-mail address).

Dorothy Jayne Parrott

F
Last Edited23 Jul 2014
     She married William Campbell Davidson , Jr. Dorothy died. Dorothy was born.

William Campbell Davidson III

M, b. 4 October 1943
FatherWilliam Campbell Davidson , Jr. b. 17 Oct 1914, d. 1998
MotherDorothy Jayne Parrott
Last Edited21 Aug 2010
     William Campbell Davidson III married Diane E. Kempf. William Campbell Davidson III married (---?---) (---?---). William was born at La Jolla, California, on 4 October 1943.

Family 2

Diane E. Kempf

James Davidson

M
FatherWilliam Campbell Davidson , Jr. b. 17 Oct 1914, d. 1998
MotherDorothy Jayne Parrott
Last Edited30 Jan 1997
     James died. James was born.

Nancy Lanere Davidson

F
FatherWilliam Campbell Davidson , Jr. b. 17 Oct 1914, d. 1998
MotherDorothy Jayne Parrott
Last Edited21 Aug 2010
     Nancy was born. She married Jim Langley.

Family

Jim Langley

Durbin Creighton Tabb

M, b. 21 July 1923, d. 1 November 1998
FatherCreighton Tabb b. 2 May 1888, d. 29 Aug 1960
MotherNellie Mable Durbin b. 29 Oct 1898, d. 1 Jun 1984
Last Edited16 Aug 2015
Durbin Creighton Tabb
     Durbin was born at Osawatomie, Miami County, Kansas, on 21 July 1923.1 He married Anne Marie Pawley at Golden, Colorado, on 15 September 1950. Durbin died on 1 November 1998 at Miami, Florida, at age 75.2 He was buried after 1 November 1998 at Woodlawn Park Cemetery South, Miami, Miami-Dade County, Florida.3

Family

Anne Marie Pawley b. 9 Dec 1930
Children

Citations

  1. [S1104] George Washington Tabb Family Bible.
  2. [S328] This was revealed in Anne's 1998 Christmas letter to Virginia D. Tabb.
  3. [S1088] http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi

Anne Marie Pawley

F, b. 9 December 1930
Last Edited20 Nov 2014
Anne Marie Pauley
     Anne was born at Denver County, Colorado, on 9 December 1930. She married Durbin Creighton Tabb at Golden, Colorado, on 15 September 1950. She resided at 9850 Bahama Dr., Miami, Florida 33189, in 1991.

Family

Durbin Creighton Tabb b. 21 Jul 1923, d. 1 Nov 1998
Children

Creighton Tabb , Jr.

M, b. 12 June 1932, d. 20 August 1971
FatherCreighton Tabb b. 2 May 1888, d. 29 Aug 1960
MotherNellie Mable Durbin b. 29 Oct 1898, d. 1 Jun 1984
Last Edited1 Feb 2013
     Creighton was born at Osawatomie, Miami County, Kansas, on 12 June 1932.1,2 He married Teresa Anne Richot on 30 May 1953. Creighton died on 20 August 1971 at Orlando, Orange County, Florida, at age 39.1 His body was interred after 20 August 1971 at Eustis, Lake County, Florida, at Greenwood Cemetery.1

Family

Teresa Anne Richot
Children

Citations

  1. [S1088] http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
  2. [S1104] George Washington Tabb Family Bible.