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Re: Traylor-Cashion Chesterfield Co. bef 180
Posted by: valette Date: April 15, 1999 at 22:30:18
In Reply to: Traylor-Cashion Chesterfield Co. bef 180 by P. E. Thompsen of 354

This is a scary thought, but could Judith and Tabitha been born any earlier. Burwell Cashion (son of James Sr. son of James the elder from Chesterfield) married Judith but we have no last name. Burwell was born 1758 in Chesterfield but eventually moved to Mecklenburg County, NC where he and Judith died. Burwell's cousin, Thomas Jr. (son of Thomas Sr.son of James elder) was also born in Chestefield in 1758. both men served in the Revolutionary War and have pension papers. Thomas also moved to Mecklenburg. We were of the opinion that Tabitha (this Thomas' wife) was a Talbot, but that is from a will written by Haley Talbot in 1797 which mentions his daughter Tabitha. This is very interesting. From the pension papers of thomas it appears Tabitha ws born in 1760. don't know about Judith.


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