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Nicholas Cabell1667 -- 07/30/1730avatar
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Dr. William Cabell

Birth9 MAR 1699
 
Immigrate09/1723
 
Occup1726
 
VA, Henrico Co Sheriff
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United Kingdom Navy / Surgeon
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Military1745
 
VA / Captain / French & Indian War
The King George's War (1744 - 1748) is the name given to the third of the series
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Death12 APR 1774
 
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Aged: 75.1 years
An emigre from Warminister, England, William Cabell was a doctor, surveyor, magistrate, farmer, trader, vestryman, churchwarden, and pioneer in early Virginia. A man of numerous talents, his impact on the formation of the colony cannot be underestimated.
ChildrenFirst NameBirth DtDeath DtBirth PlaceSpouses
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Mary Elizabeth 

02/13/1727bef 06/1760  VA, Goochland Co William Horsley 
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William 

03/13/172903/23/1798  VA, Goochland Co Mary "Margaret" Jordan 
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Joseph 

09/19/173203/01/1798  VA, Goochland Co, Licking Hole Creek Mary Hopkins 
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John 

05/16/174304/22/1815  VA, Goochland Co Paulina Jordan, Elizabeth Brierton Jones 
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George 

12/16/1747  VA, Goochland Co  
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Nicholas 

10/20/175008/18/1803  VA, Goochland Co Hannah Carrington 
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  • Query, : Mary Cabell, born February 13, 1726, was the eldest child of Dr. William
    Cabell and his first wife Elizabeth Burks. Dr. Cabell was a native of
    Warminster, England, he was educated for his profession at the Royal College of
    Medicine and Surgery, and for a time practiced in London. He then became a
    surgeon in the British Navy. His ship came to Jamestown, Virginia, and Dr.
    Cabell visited the interior of the colony. He was so pleased with the country
    that he returned to England, resigned his commission, and emigrated to Virginia
    in 1724. He became the founder of a family illustrious in the civic and social
    annals of the Old Dominion.
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  3. Website:King George's War;
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