Jeannette B. Shepherd

F, b. 1847, d. 1919
Last Edited12 Sep 2010
     Jeannette was born at Petersburg, Prince George County, Virginia, in 1847.1 She married Henry Adams Tabb at Trinity Episcopal Church, Fredericksburg, Stafford County, Virginia, on 21 February 1883.2 Her body was interred in 1919 at Gloucester County, Virginia, at Ware Church. Jeannette died in 1919.

Family

Henry Adams Tabb b. 24 Feb 1848, d. 30 Apr 1917

Citations

  1. [S44] She was born on Tabb Street in Petersburg.
  2. [S1087] Wedding in Virginia Church, The New York Times.

Ellen Tabb

F
FatherDr. Henry Wythe Tabb b. 2 Jul 1791, d. 11 Apr 1864
MotherEllen Adams Foster b. 29 Oct 1828, d. 5 Feb 1858
Last Edited30 Jan 1997
     Ellen died. Ellen was born.

Susan Vanderpoel Tabb

F, b. 1856, d. 12 November 1932
FatherDr. Henry Wythe Tabb b. 2 Jul 1791, d. 11 Apr 1864
MotherEllen Adams Foster b. 29 Oct 1828, d. 5 Feb 1858
Last Edited10 Jun 2016
     Susan was born at Mathews County, Virginia, in 1856.1 She married David P. Sanders on 5 May 1891. Susan died on 12 November 1932 at Gloucester County, Virginia.1 Her body was interred after 12 November 1932 at Gloucester County, Virginia, at Ware Church.1

Family

David P. Sanders b. 1862, d. 1928
Children

David P. Sanders

M, b. 1862, d. 1928
FatherEugene Livingston Sanders
MotherElizabeth (---?---)
Last Edited31 Oct 2001
     David was born in 1862. He married Susan Vanderpoel Tabb on 5 May 1891. His body was interred in 1928 at Gloucester County, Virginia, at Ware Church. David died in 1928.

Family

Susan Vanderpoel Tabb b. 1856, d. 12 Nov 1932
Children

Dr. Henry Adams Tabb

M, b. 11 January 1887, d. 8 January 1955
FatherJohn Newstead Tabb b. 12 Feb 1845, d. 14 Dec 1920
MotherCynthia Claxton Tabb b. 26 Jul 1850, d. 9 Sep 1921
Last Edited6 Dec 2010
     Dr.'s occupation: Physician.. Dr. Henry Adams Tabb attended the private schools of Gloucester County and Virginia Military Institute, from which he was graduated in 1907. For two years therafter he was engaged as principal of the Boetourt High School, and then, entering the Medical College of Virginia, at Richmond, took the full course and was graduated therefrom in 1913, with the degree of Doctor of Medicine, and as a member of Phi Chi, the medical Greek letter fraternity. Doctor Tabb located at once at Gloucester, where he has since remained, and, as before steted, has built a very large practice. His offices are near the Court House. Doctor Tabb owns his modern residence on Main Street, and owns and supervises the flour and grist mill called the Cow Creek Mill, located two miles east of Gloucester. This mill has a capacity of thirty barrels per day. He also is the owner of valuable timberland in Gloucester County. Like his father, he is a democrat, and he belongs to the Ware Episcopal Church. A Mason, he belongs to Botetourt Lodge Number 7, A. F. and A. M., of which he is a past master; and Urbanna Chapter Number 59, R. A. M. Professionally he maintains membership with the Virginia State Medical Society, the American Medical Association, the Gloucester County Medical Society, and the Walter Reid Medical Society, which he served as president in 1921. Doctor Tabb has an interest in the Bank of Gloucester. During the World War he took an active part in war work, and was a member of the Local Draft Board, which he served as a medical examiner, and he devoted much time to the cause. In every respect Doctor Tabb measures up to the highest ideals of his profession, and is a fine representative of the well-educated, carefully trained Southerner, proud of his section and the part his ancestors played in its development.

Source: History of Virginia, Volume V, Virginia Biography by Special Staff of Writers, 1924. He married Ruby Jones. Dr. was born at Roanes, Virginia, on 11 January 1887. He was baptized at Gloucester County, Virginia, on 23 May 1887. Religion:. He married Ellen Elizabeth Bridges at Norfolk, Norfolk County, Virginia, on 27 August 1913.1 Dr. died on 8 January 1955 at age 67. His body was interred in January 1955 at Gloucester County, Virginia, at Ware Church.

Family 1

Ruby Jones b. 18 Sep 1899, d. 12 Sep 1966

Family 2

Ellen Elizabeth Bridges b. 1888, d. 1951

Citations

  1. [S284] There were no children form this marriage.

Pearlie V. Tabb

F, b. 26 October 1874, d. 26 October 1954
FatherWilliam Henry Tabb b. 4 Oct 1853, d. 17 Dec 1938
MotherJane Victoria Jones b. 29 Feb 1856, d. 28 Nov 1882
Last Edited14 Sep 2000
     She married W. A. Smith.1 Pearlie was born at Mt. Pleasant, Titus County, Texas, on 26 October 1874.2 She married Isaac Newton Wilcoxson on 4 July 1893.2 Pearlie died on 26 October 1954 at Big Spring, Howard County, Texas, at age 80.2,1

Family 1

W. A. Smith b. 29 Nov 1859, d. 7 Mar 1935

Family 2

Isaac Newton Wilcoxson b. 29 Sep 1859, d. 27 Feb 1907
Children

Citations

  1. [S773] Source: Kentucky Death Records found at http://userdb.rootsweb.com/ky/death/search.cgi
  2. [S311] Letter from Joseph V. Patterson, 2510 N. W. Norwood Place, Camas, WA 98607.

Van Bibber Tabb Sanders

M, b. 17 June 1892, d. 1964
FatherDavid P. Sanders b. 1862, d. 1928
MotherSusan Vanderpoel Tabb b. 1856, d. 12 Nov 1932
Last Edited22 Nov 2001
     Van was born at 'Auburn', Mathews County, Virginia, on 17 June 1892. His body was interred in 1964 at Gloucester County, Virginia, at Ware Church. Van died in 1964.

Phillip Mayo Tabb

M, b. 25 May 1791, d. 10 August 1863
FatherThomas Tabb b. 26 Sep 1755, d. 20 Jul 1818
MotherElizabeth Harmonson Teackle b. 29 Nov 1775, d. 3 Dec 1824
Last Edited1 Jul 2013
     Though but nineteen years old when the War of 1812 began, Philip Mayo Tabb participated in this second conflict with the English, and out of his service pay purchased a gold watch. This timepiece was given to his grandson, Thomas Garnett Tabb. Phillip was born at 'Seaford', Gloucester County, Virginia, on 25 May 1791.1 He married Martha Tabb Mayo at Richmond, Henrico County, Virginia, on 8 October 1824.2 Phillip died on 10 August 1863 at Richmond, Henrico County, Virginia, at age 72.1 His body was interred on 11 August 1863 at Richmond, Henrico County, Virginia, at Hollywood Cemetery. Section L, Lot 81..1

Family

Martha Tabb Mayo b. 31 Jul 1799, d. 1 Dec 1878
Children

Citations

  1. [S614] Source: R. Bolling Batte Papers in posession of The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia, biographical Card Files, Tabb, K., Card 77 of 144 (http://198.17.62.51/cgi-bin/drawerIII/disk8/CC/BA/035/T0464).
  2. [S588] Source: R. Bolling Batte Papers in posession of The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia, biographical Card Files, Tabb, K., Card 35 of 144 (http://198.17.62.51/cgi-bin/drawerIII/disk8/CC/BA/035/T0464).

Martha Tabb Mayo

F, b. 31 July 1799, d. 1 December 1878
FatherJoseph Mayo b. 21 Mar 1771, d. 21 Oct 1820
MotherJane Poythress b. 1775, d. 20 Mar 1937
Last Edited31 Jul 1999
     Martha was born at Gloucester County, Virginia, on 31 July 1799.1 She married Phillip Mayo Tabb at Richmond, Henrico County, Virginia, on 8 October 1824.1 Martha died on 1 December 1878 at Richmond, Henrico County, Virginia, at age 79.1 Her body was interred on 3 December 1878 at Richmond, Henrico County, Virginia, at Hollywood Cemetery.1

Family

Phillip Mayo Tabb b. 25 May 1791, d. 10 Aug 1863
Children

Citations

  1. [S588] Source: R. Bolling Batte Papers in posession of The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia, biographical Card Files, Tabb, K., Card 35 of 144 (http://198.17.62.51/cgi-bin/drawerIII/disk8/CC/BA/035/T0464).

Marianna Tabb

F, b. 13 February 1796, d. 26 July 1860
FatherThomas Tabb b. 26 Sep 1755, d. 20 Jul 1818
MotherElizabeth Harmonson Teackle b. 29 Nov 1775, d. 3 Dec 1824
Last Edited19 Mar 2014
     Marianna was born at Mathews County, Virginia, on 13 February 1796. She married Joseph Carrington Mayo at Mathews County, Virginia, on 16 March 1819.1,2 Marianna died on 26 July 1860 at Richmond, Henrico County, Virginia, at age 64.2 Her body was interred after 26 July 1860 at Richmond, Henrico County, Virginia, at Shockoe Cemetery.2,3

Family

Joseph Carrington Mayo b. 16 Nov 1795, d. 10 Aug 1872
Children

Citations

  1. [S258] Marriage license dated 15 Mar 1819, Mathews County, Virginia.
  2. [S573] Source: R. Bolling Batte Papers in posession of The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia, biographical Card Files, Mayo, J., Card 89 of 155 (http://198.17.62.51/cgi-bin/drawerIII/disk8/CC/BA/025/M0328).
  3. [S1088] http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi

Joseph Carrington Mayo1

M, b. 16 November 1795, d. 10 August 1872
FatherJoseph Mayo b. 21 Mar 1771, d. 21 Oct 1820
MotherJane Poythress b. 1775, d. 20 Mar 1937
Last Edited19 Mar 2014
Joseph Carrington Mayo
     Joseph's occupation: He was a lawyer.. Joseph was born at 'Rock Spring', Powhatan County, Virginia, on 16 November 1795.1 He married Marianna Tabb at Mathews County, Virginia, on 16 March 1819.2,3 He served as the mayor of Richmond.1 Joseph died on 10 August 1872 at Richmond, Henrico County, Virginia, at age 76.1 His body was interred after 10 August 1872 at Richmond, Virginia, at Shockoe Hill Cemetery.

Family

Marianna Tabb b. 13 Feb 1796, d. 26 Jul 1860
Children

Citations

  1. [S1088] http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
  2. [S258] Marriage license dated 15 Mar 1819, Mathews County, Virginia.
  3. [S573] Source: R. Bolling Batte Papers in posession of The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia, biographical Card Files, Mayo, J., Card 89 of 155 (http://198.17.62.51/cgi-bin/drawerIII/disk8/CC/BA/025/M0328).

Elizabeth Susan Tabb

F, b. 15 April 1801, d. 13 June 1874
FatherThomas Tabb b. 26 Sep 1755, d. 20 Jul 1818
MotherElizabeth Harmonson Teackle b. 29 Nov 1775, d. 3 Dec 1824
Last Edited26 Mar 2015
     Elizabeth was born on 15 April 1801. She married John A. Biddle in 1828.1 She married Raleigh Travers Daniel at Richmond, Henrico County, Virginia, on 7 November 1831.1 Elizabeth died on 13 June 1874 at Virginia at age 73.

Family 1

John A. Biddle

Family 2

Raleigh Travers Daniel b. 15 Oct 1805, d. 16 Aug 1877
Children

Citations

  1. [S625] Source: R. Bolling Batte Papers in posession of The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia, biographical Card Files, Danforth, Card 96 of 114 (http://198.17.62.51/cgi-bin/drawerIII/disk8/CC/BA/012/D0147).

Raleigh Travers Daniel

M, b. 15 October 1805, d. 16 August 1877
Last Edited31 Jul 1999
     Raleigh's occupation: Lawyer.. Raleigh was born at Stafford County, Virginia, on 15 October 1805.1 He married Elizabeth Susan Tabb at Richmond, Henrico County, Virginia, on 7 November 1831.2 Raleigh died on 16 August 1877 at Richmond, Henrico County, Virginia, at age 71.1

Family

Elizabeth Susan Tabb b. 15 Apr 1801, d. 13 Jun 1874
Children

Citations

  1. [S626] Source: R. Bolling Batte Papers in posession of The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia, biographical Card Files, Danforth, Card 85 of 114 (http://198.17.62.51/cgi-bin/drawerIII/disk8/CC/BA/012/D0147).
  2. [S625] Source: R. Bolling Batte Papers in posession of The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia, biographical Card Files, Danforth, Card 96 of 114 (http://198.17.62.51/cgi-bin/drawerIII/disk8/CC/BA/012/D0147).

Malvina Mason Tabb

F, b. 22 November 1812
FatherThomas Tabb b. 26 Sep 1755, d. 20 Jul 1818
MotherElizabeth Harmonson Teackle b. 29 Nov 1775, d. 3 Dec 1824
Last Edited30 Jan 1997
     Malvina died. She married James M. Jeffries. Malvina was born on 22 November 1812.

Family

James M. Jeffries b. 25 Jun 1809, d. 6 Apr 1890
Children

James M. Jeffries

M, b. 25 June 1809, d. 6 April 1890
Last Edited9 Aug 2005
     He married Malvina Mason Tabb. James's occupation: Judge.. James was born at "Spring Farm", Stevensville, King & Queen County, Virginia, on 25 June 1809. He was buried in April 1890 at Mattaponi Church, Stevensville, King and Queen County, Virginia. James died on 6 April 1890 at Westpoint, Virginia, at age 80.

Family

Malvina Mason Tabb b. 22 Nov 1812
Children

Henrietta Augusta Tabb

F, b. 26 March 1803, d. 27 April 1860
FatherThomas Tabb b. 26 Sep 1755, d. 20 Jul 1818
MotherElizabeth Harmonson Teackle b. 29 Nov 1775, d. 3 Dec 1824
Last Edited30 Jan 1997
     Henrietta was born on 26 March 1803. Henrietta died on 27 April 1860 at Richmond, Henrico County, Virginia, at age 57.

Charlotte Amelia Tabb

F, b. 10 June 1807
FatherThomas Tabb b. 26 Sep 1755, d. 20 Jul 1818
MotherElizabeth Harmonson Teackle b. 29 Nov 1775, d. 3 Dec 1824
Last Edited30 Jan 1997
     Charlotte died at Baltimore, Baltimore County, Maryland. She married Samuel P. Nicholson. Charlotte was born on 10 June 1807.

Samuel P. Nicholson

M
Last Edited30 Jan 1997
     He married Charlotte Amelia Tabb. Samuel died. Samuel was born.

Family

Charlotte Amelia Tabb b. 10 Jun 1807

Augusta Patterson Tabb

F, b. 22 March 1809, d. 6 November 1872
FatherThomas Tabb b. 26 Sep 1755, d. 20 Jul 1818
MotherElizabeth Harmonson Teackle b. 29 Nov 1775, d. 3 Dec 1824
Last Edited23 Jul 1999
     Augusta was born at Mathews County, Virginia, on 22 March 1809.1 Augusta died on 6 November 1872 at age 63.1 Her body was interred on 8 November 1872 at Richmond, Henrico County, Virginia, at Hollywood Cemetery.2

Citations

  1. [S471] Source: R. Bolling Batte Papers in posession of The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia, biographical Card Files, Tabb, A, Card 6 of 136 (http://198.17.62.51/cgi-bin/drawerIII/disk8/CC/BA/035/T0463).
  2. [S472] Source: R. Bolling Batte Papers in posession of The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia, biographical Card Files, Tabb, A, Card 7 of 136 (http://198.17.62.51/cgi-bin/drawerIII/disk8/CC/BA/035/T0463).

Sarah Emory Tabb

F, b. 18 February 1798, d. 1817
FatherThomas Tabb b. 26 Sep 1755, d. 20 Jul 1818
MotherElizabeth Harmonson Teackle b. 29 Nov 1775, d. 3 Dec 1824
Last Edited30 Jan 1997
     Sarah was born on 18 February 1798. She married John Curtis Parramore on 7 February 1816. Sarah died in 1817.

John Curtis Parramore

M
Last Edited30 Jan 1997
     John died. John was born. He married Sarah Emory Tabb on 7 February 1816.

Family

Sarah Emory Tabb b. 18 Feb 1798, d. 1817

Thomas Todd Teackle Tabb

M, b. 24 June 1817, d. April 1880
FatherPhillip Mayo Tabb b. 25 May 1791, d. 10 Aug 1863
MotherMartha Tabb Mayo b. 31 Jul 1799, d. 1 Dec 1878
Last Edited2 Sep 2014
     Thomas was born at Virginia on 24 June 1817. He married Mary Rebecca Argyle Trevilian at Eastwood, Goochland County, Virginia, on 16 March 1842. My grandfather, Josiah Lilly Deans was a very young man to have had the responsibility of guardian to his young wife's young brothers. Their means were modest as the division of Great- grandfather Yeatman's estate was long and he was cut off in the midst of his usefulness and earning power. But what he left each one was sufficient to have given an education. He (Grandfather Deans) did not deem it feasible to induce Charles to put his pride aside and return to VMI. The profession was still there in full authority and the question was one of veracity. My father- in-law remained at Midlothian for a while and then entered into a most remarkable adventure that I would give anything to adequately describe. I have heard him speak of it so often that I have a vivid impression of the spirit of joyous adventure that animated him and his companions in their golden quest.

It was the year 1849 when the gold fields were opened in California and the news spread over the east of a veritable El Dorado, a land of perfect climate, abounding in game large and small; also riches beyond the wildest dreams of living man. The conquest of Peru and Mexico was cited in daily conversation and the cruelty of the Spanish Conquistadors was condemned as fervently as if Sir Walter Raleigh had saved Virginia from Spanish dominion only yesterday morning. Charles was nineteen and desired to complete his engineering by practical experience in mining and surveying. He had to go to the gold fields.

His intense desire was very natural. He was of pure Anglo-Saxon blood that he fertilized the waste places of the earth and had made the desert to blossom and has brought forth law and order out of savagery. The spirit was general among the younger sons of the Virginia gentry - the English prejudice for leaving the family acres to the eldest son still obtained in Gloucester, Mr. James Clarke of Warner Hall, Mr. Thomas Tabb of Toddsbury and Mr. John Field all had the gold fever. Together with these Mr. Gilbert Claiborne and Mr. James Claiborne of Richmond were of the immediate social circle and were all eager to seek their fortunes in the golden west. The trip across the great American Desert was a weary and perilous one so it was decided to buy and man a sailing vessel and supply her with the materials for mining and hunting and embark on a voyage of adventure as did their ancestors of the days of Queen Bess. The good ship "Glenmore" was bought and manned. I wish I knew the names of the adventurers who were stockholders.

My mother remembers the preparations; the sewing for an indefinite supply of clothes; the discussions over guns and ammunition for these Gloucester adventurers were sportsmen of renown. I suppose they sailed from Norfolk and I doubt if a ship more laden with high-hearted merry-minded gentlemen ever passed between the Virginia Capes outward bound. Mamma thinks that there (were) over one hundred gentlemen adventurers on board but she is not certain. It must have been a large company because the expense was heavy and they had light purses of the cadets of Virginia houses and of unsuccessful seniors.

I have heard Father tell of their stop at Rio de Janeiro and of their roaming through the lovely palace gardens. They had no Spanish and the Brazilians little English so they knocked around as best they could. They met a dignified gentleman who conversed with them in a polyglot mixture of French, Spanish and English and they continued to exchange kindly greetings with him for some time. It eventuated that the mild-mannered gentleman was the Emperor of Brazil the unfortunate Dom Pedro who was driven out a little later but they did not know his rank when they were talking with him. I have heard Father speak of the custard apple of the West Indies, of the cheromoya and the mangostina.

They encountered terrible weather around the Horn and for several days feared that they would not weather it. The captain never left the bridge and to his vigilance they owed their preservation. Time hung heavy in the saloon of the ship. They played cards, smoked and talked and told stories. I don't believe the worked had ever seen a better set of raconteurs than the past generation of Virginians as a whole. The gentle are of conversation was practiced daily at table and on the roomy porticoes in their leisurely life that these crisper times know nothing of. People were better listeners and waited patiently for their own innings then these Virginians could argue. It has been my childish joy to listen to a discussion, varied, eloquent, lengthy and heated on every subject conceivable from the origin of man to the price of butter. I doubt not that the deck of the "Glenmore" was a forum for many a discussion as well as an arena for physical displays that were equally appreciated by these modern Greeks. Father said they indulged in many attempts to while away the time. One was a contest as to which gentleman could enter a room in the most elegant style. Mr. James Clarke of Gloucester received the palm for that achievement. Diction, pronunciation, recitation and songs were all criticized in order. Father was a youth of nineteen and was in the company of his seniors.

When they stopped at Callao they had an adventure. The names of the owners of the "Glenmore" had been published as a news item in the Lima gazettes and they were of the representative families of the state. The wealthier element of the Peruvians educated their sons at the University of Virginia so that their names were familiar if not their persons. An invitation was extended to a hunting party in the country outside Lima. Father was among the fortunate ones. On their way through the streets of the capitol some formality was infringed by these gay young blades either through ignorance or indifference and they were landed in the cancellario or prison. South American capitols were in a constant state of political revolution of one kind or another and the "Glenmore" seemed to have arrived at the beginnings of one. Promptly the rest of the "Glenmore" adventurers went to the American Consul and demanded intervention. While waiting for the law to take its course they repaired armed to the prison and viewed the outside of the walls. In their opinion fifty Anglo- Saxons were equal to a thousand Spanish Americans. Evidently they were not alone in their opinion for the incarcerated ones were freed before the formalities of out consul could be attended to. They proceeded on their hunting trip which was thoroughly enjoyed.

They went to San Francisco, sold the "Glenmore" and separated to seek their fortune. Father found much enjoyment of life but little gold. He brought back with him a nugget of gold which he had made into a scarf pin and gave to our cousin Thomas Teackle Tabb; a ring made of gold that he mined. He deposited it with cousin Sally Tompkins during the war for safe keeping. She lent it to Colonel Walter Taylor, General Lee's military secretary who married Miss Betty Saunders in Richmond the evening before the evacuation of the Confederate Capitol. Mrs. Walter Taylor said she could not give up the ring which meant so much to her. The ring meant much to him also and as there was small intimacy between the families it was a little hard on him. However he was a gentleman to his innermost fibre and there was nothing to do but to give it up to her. The sense of personal obligation often creates a friendship when the beneficiary is truly noble in nature. In this case the obligation was ignored.

Your father has in his secretary a piece of quartz which is the only tangible result of Father as a Forty-niner. Also a wallet much eaten by moth that held his dust. But he had several happy years in the virgin country. he hunted, fished, camped, mined, shifted camp. He did a great deal of hunting of big game. Bear and puma abounded and he had experiences with both. I heard him tell an interesting instance of the rulings of Judge Lynch that came into his personal experience. A malefactor was taken in a camp at which he lived. There was no law in the young country and the prisoner was a terror to the scattered inhabitants. A judge and jury were elected and a trial was gone through with; the prisoner was sentenced to be hung. The spirit of the camp seems to have been orderly and no one was willing to take the part of hangman. It was finally decided that every man present should lay his hand on the rope with the idea that the unanimous vox populi would be the Vox Dei.

Father soon saw the fruitlessness of his search for gold and was eager to return to Virginia. I think he stayed there two or three years. He and a party made their way to Panama, crossed the isthmus and shipped in a sailing vessel to the US. On shipboard, they unearthed a plot on the part of the captain to wreck the vessel for the insurance. Such things have happened outside the realms of fiction. They were a stalwart set of determined men who had experienced life in the wilds where quickness of hand and eye and immediate action meant preservation of life. The ship was run safely into Havana and the passengers were preserved.

Source: Personal History of the Families of Yeatman and Patterson and a few of their connections. Collected by Anna Maria Dandridge Yeatman. The original document is located at the Virginia Historical Society in Richmond, Virginia, under the call numbers 1SM 565a72. Thomas died in April 1880 at Goochland, Virginia, at age 62.1 He was buried after April 1880 at Spring Hill Cemetery, Lynchburg, Virginia.1

Family

Mary Rebecca Argyle Trevilian b. 16 Oct 1824
Children

Mary Rebecca Argyle Trevilian

F, b. 16 October 1824
Last Edited2 Sep 2014
     Mary died. Mary was born on 16 October 1824. She married Thomas Todd Teackle Tabb at Eastwood, Goochland County, Virginia, on 16 March 1842. Mary Rebecca Argyle Trevilian was buried in 1897 at Spring Hill Cemetery, Lynchburg, Virginia.1 She died in 1897.1

Family

Thomas Todd Teackle Tabb b. 24 Jun 1817, d. Apr 1880
Children

Phillip Mayo Tabb

M, b. 24 November 1819, d. 10 December 1888
FatherPhillip Mayo Tabb b. 25 May 1791, d. 10 Aug 1863
MotherMartha Tabb Mayo b. 31 Jul 1799, d. 1 Dec 1878
Last Edited3 Nov 2016
     Phillip was born at Richmond, Virginia, on 24 November 1819. He married Willianna Shepherd at Richmond, Henrico County, Virginia, on 12 May 1845.1 Phillip died on 10 December 1888 at Jefferson County, Kentucky, at age 69.2 He was buried on 12 January 1889 at Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky.2

Family

Willianna Shepherd b. 4 Mar 1826, d. 24 Nov 1897
Children

Citations

  1. [S615] Source: R. Bolling Batte Papers in posession of The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia, biographical Card Files, Tabb, K., Card 79 of 144 (http://198.17.62.51/cgi-bin/drawerIII/disk8/CC/BA/035/T0464).
  2. [S1088] http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi

Willianna Shepherd

F, b. 4 March 1826, d. 24 November 1897
Last Edited3 Nov 2016
     Willianna was born on 4 March 1826.1 She married Phillip Mayo Tabb at Richmond, Henrico County, Virginia, on 12 May 1845.2 Willianna died on 24 November 1897 at age 71.3 She was buried on 26 November 1897 at Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky.3

Family

Phillip Mayo Tabb b. 24 Nov 1819, d. 10 Dec 1888
Children

Citations

  1. [S651] Source: R. Bolling Batte Papers in posession of The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia, biographical Card Files, Tabb, K., Card 141 of 144 (http://198.17.62.51/cgi-bin/drawerIII/disk8/CC/BA/035/T0464).
  2. [S615] Source: R. Bolling Batte Papers in posession of The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia, biographical Card Files, Tabb, K., Card 79 of 144 (http://198.17.62.51/cgi-bin/drawerIII/disk8/CC/BA/035/T0464).
  3. [S1088] http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi

John Custis Parramore Tabb

M, b. 4 May 1820, d. 18 November 1877
FatherPhillip Mayo Tabb b. 25 May 1791, d. 10 Aug 1863
MotherMartha Tabb Mayo b. 31 Jul 1799, d. 1 Dec 1878
Last Edited15 Jan 2012
     John Custis Parramore Tabb was employed.1,2 He was in Company F of the 1st Virginia Infantry Reserves, CSA. He served as clerk at "Headquarters" and was detailed there by C. O. Lt. Col. Maury. He received a letter of commendation signed by R. E. Lee on April 9, 1865; when he received his parole at Appomattox, VA.

Source: R. Bolling Batte Papers in posession of The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia, biographical Card Files, Tabb, A, Card 128 of 136 (http://198.17.62.51/cgi-bin/drawerIII/disk8/CC/BA/035/T0463?128)

Source: Sons of Confederate Veterans Ancester Album, 1986. John was born at Gloucester, Gloucester County, Virginia, on 4 May 1820.3 He married Martha (Maria) Patterson Yeatman on 6 December 1848. He married Nannie Braxton Harrison at Charles City, Virginia, on 25 November 1861.1 John died on 18 November 1877 at age 57.1 His body was interred on 19 November 1877 at Richmond, Henrico County, Virginia, at Hollywood Cemetery. Section L, Lot 70..1

Family 1

Martha (Maria) Patterson Yeatman b. 14 Dec 1823, d. 22 Nov 1860
Children

Family 2

Nannie Braxton Harrison b. 6 Jan 1833, d. 23 Apr 1893
Children

Citations

  1. [S550] Source: R. Bolling Batte Papers in posession of The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia, biographical Card Files, Tabb, A, Card 128 of 136 (http://198.17.62.51/cgi-bin/drawerIII/disk8/CC/BA/035/T0463).
  2. [S673] Source: Research Vickie Pearson, 811 Green Valley C.W., Burleson, Texas 76028.
  3. [S549] Source: Sons of Confederate Veterans Ancester Album, 1986.

Martha (Maria) Patterson Yeatman

F, b. 14 December 1823, d. 22 November 1860
FatherThomas Robinson Yeatman b. 5 Jan 1789, d. 28 Aug 1832
MotherElizabeth Tabb Patterson b. 20 Jun 1796, d. 19 Oct 1868
Last Edited8 Mar 2009
     Martha was born at "Isleham", Mathews County, Virginia, on 14 December 1823.1,2,3 She married John Custis Parramore Tabb on 6 December 1848. Martha died on 22 November 1860 at Richmond, Henrico County, Virginia, at age 36.1,2 Her body was interred on 25 November 1860 at Richmond, Henrico County, Virginia, at Hollywood Cemetery. Section L, Lot 71..1,2

Family

John Custis Parramore Tabb b. 4 May 1820, d. 18 Nov 1877
Children

Citations

  1. [S415] Source: The Todd Family. This is a document housed in the Virginia Historical Society in Richmond, VA , document number Mss/Sm 56Sa142-149.
  2. [S572] Source: R. Bolling Batte Papers in posession of The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia, biographical Card Files, Tabb, K, Card 16 of 144 (http://198.17.62.51/cgi-bin/drawerIII/disk8/CC/BA/035/T0464).
  3. [S887] Source: E-mail from Becky Barnhardt (e-mail address) dated 09 January 2002.

Nannie Braxton Harrison

F, b. 6 January 1833, d. 23 April 1893
FatherCollier Harrison
MotherCamilla Johnson
Last Edited21 Apr 2009
     Nannie was born at 'Farmer's Rest', Charles City/County, Virginia, on 6 January 1833.1 She married John Custis Parramore Tabb at Charles City, Virginia, on 25 November 1861.2 Nannie died on 23 April 1893 at Richmond, Henrico County, Virginia, at age 60.1 Her body was interred on 24 April 1893 at Richmond, Henrico County, Virginia, at Hollywood Cemetery.3,4

Family

John Custis Parramore Tabb b. 4 May 1820, d. 18 Nov 1877
Children

Citations

  1. [S608] Source: R. Bolling Batte Papers in posession of The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia, biographical Card Files, Tabb, K., Card 70 of 144 (http://198.17.62.51/cgi-bin/drawerIII/disk8/CC/BA/035/T0464).
  2. [S550] Source: R. Bolling Batte Papers in posession of The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia, biographical Card Files, Tabb, A, Card 128 of 136 (http://198.17.62.51/cgi-bin/drawerIII/disk8/CC/BA/035/T0463).
  3. [S46] Sec. L, Lot 70.
  4. [S609] Source: R. Bolling Batte Papers in posession of The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia, biographical Card Files, Tabb, K., Card 71 of 144 (http://198.17.62.51/cgi-bin/drawerIII/disk8/CC/BA/035/T0464).

Robert Mayo Tabb

M, b. 3 December 1831, d. 29 October 1864
FatherPhillip Mayo Tabb b. 25 May 1791, d. 10 Aug 1863
MotherMartha Tabb Mayo b. 31 Jul 1799, d. 1 Dec 1878
Last Edited9 Jan 2012
     Robert's occupation: Captain in the Confederate States Army.. Robert Mayo Tabb was killed in battle on 29 October 1864, near Middle Farm. While gallently bearing the colors which he had raised after the color bearer had been wounded. He died as he wished, a Free Christian soldier.

Source: Taken from the family bible of the family of Thomas Tabb of "Seaford". Copies of the bible are stored in the Virginia State Library and Archives, Richmond, Virginia. Robert was born on 3 December 1831. He married Charlotte Elizabeth Jeffries at "Spring Farm", Stevensville, King & Queen County, Virginia, on 6 October 1858. Robert died on 29 October 1864 at age 32.1 His body was interred after 29 October 1864 at Richmond, Henrico County, Virginia, at Hollywood Cemetery.2

Family

Charlotte Elizabeth Jeffries b. 1833, d. 27 Dec 1923
Children

Citations

  1. [S622] Source: R. Bolling Batte Papers in posession of The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia, biographical Card Files, Tabb, K., Card 91 of 144 (http://198.17.62.51/cgi-bin/drawerIII/disk8/CC/BA/035/T0464).
  2. [S623] Source: R. Bolling Batte Papers in posession of The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia, biographical Card Files, Tabb, K., Card 92 of 144 (http://198.17.62.51/cgi-bin/drawerIII/disk8/CC/BA/035/T0464).

George Rucker Mason

M, b. 28 February 1882, d. 10 July 1963
Last Edited30 Jan 1997
     George was born at Athens, Georgia, on 28 February 1882. He married Emmie Leila Moore at Maysville, Georgia, on 23 September 1908. His body was interred in 1963 at Decatur, Alabama. George died on 10 July 1963 at Decatur, Alabama, at age 81.

Family

Emmie Leila Moore b. 28 Feb 1888, d. 8 Sep 1963
Children