Samuel Cave Family

This information concerns one generation of the Samuel Cave family.
1800-1900

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 • Unknown or unsubstantiated data are marked with blanks or with question marks.

   Simeon
(children of Samuel Cave and Phebe Vaught)
born: (about 1816) in Madison County, VA
married: Lucinda Cave (December 6, 1836) in Page County, VA
children: Isabella [Jacob Dofflemeyer], Clarinda Jane [James Adam Comer], Sarah Elizabeth [James Francis Marion Davis], Alexander Peragay [Louisa Catherine Comer], Mary Susan [Robert V. Ory], Perry G. [Nancy Virginia Smith], Newman W. [Mary Susan Dofflemeyer], Geoge Thomas [Mary Catherine Dofflemeyer],
died: (November 9, 1876) in Page County, VA
buried:
census: On the 1840 census, he was (age 20-30) with his wife in Page County, VA; on the 1850, 1860, and 1870 census, he was with his wife in Page County, VA; on the 1880 census, his widow was in Page County, VA
note: The marriage record gives his wife's name as Lucy Cave; her parentage is unknown.
caveat: He MAY be the son of John Cave and Elizabeth Aleshire rather than Samuel Cave and Phoebe Vaught.

   Phebe born: (about 1817) in Shenandoah County, VA
married: David Burns (January 30, 1833) in Page County, VA
children: Mary Jane [Daniel Cubbage], Elizabeth A. [John Morris], Nancy Emeline [George W. Weaver]
died: (April 30, 1885) in Sands, Page County, VA
buried:
census: On the 1850, 1860, 1870, and 1880 census, she was with her husband in Page County, VA;
note:

   Emily born: (about 1823) in Shenandoah County, VA
married: Alexander Ellison Gordon (April 2, 1840) in Warren County, VA
children: Julia Ann, Angeline, Thomas William, Phoebe E., Jackson, Samuel W., Mary, George W., Benjamin
died: (about 1864) in Warren County, VA
buried:
census: On the 1830 census she was (age 5-10) with her parents in Shenandoah County, VA; on the 1840 census, she was age (15-20) with her husband in Warren County, VA; on the 1850 census, she was (age 27) with her husband in Warren County, VA; on the 1860 census, she was with her husband in Warren County, VA; on the 1870 and 1880 census, her husband was married to his third wife in Page County, VA
note: Her husband married (February 18, 1865) Mary J. Henry in Warren County, VA, and had a son named Quinton. He married (September 24, 1867) Mary Ann Baker, widow of William Jenkins, in Shenandoah County, VA, and had six more children.
   Thomas born: (about 1824) in Shenandoah County, VA
married: Agnes Cubbage (July 19, 1848) in Page County, VA
children:
died: ( ) in
buried:
census: On the 1830 census, he was (less than five years of age) with his parents in Shenandoah County, VA; on the 1840 census, he was (age 10-15) with his parents in Warren County, VA; on the 1850 census, he was (age 26) with his father in Warren County, VA; on the 1870 census, he was in
note:
   Rachel born: (about 1828) in Shenandoah County, VA
married: no
children: Amanda
died: ( ) in
buried:
census: On the 1820 census, she was (less than 10 years in age) with her parents in Shenadoah County, VA; on the 1840 census, she was (age 10-15) with her parents in Warren County, VA; n the 1850 census, she was (age 22) listed as an idiot and a pauper in Warren County, VA; on the 1860 census, she was listed as illiterate and a pauper in the Front Royal poor house, Warren County, VA; on the 1870 census, she was in the Front Royal poor house in Warren County, VA; on the 1880 census, she was in the South River District, Warren County, VA
note: She was raped and had a mulatto daughter named Amanda.
   Elizabeth born: (about 1827) in Shenandoah County, VA
married: Samuel A. Webster (May 30, 1855) in
children: Emily Virginia [George Nevill Rosser Jr]
died: (about 1865) in Page County, VA
buried:
census: On the 1830 census, she was (less than 5 years in age) with her parents in Shenandoah County, VA; on the 1840 census, she was (age 5-10) with her parents in Warren County, VA; on the 1850 census, she was (age 19) with her husband in ; on the 1860 census, she was (age 29) with her husband in Warren County, VA; on the 1870, 1880, and 1900 census, her husband was with his second wife in Page County, VA
note: Her husband married Sarah A. Finter (December 13, 1866) in Page County, VA. He is buried in the Luray Cemetery (Green Hill Cemetery), Page County, V>
   Nimrod born: (about 1830) in Shenandoah County, VA
married: Maria Blair Ritenour (December 26, 1869) in Greene County, OH
children: Lena Leoti and Effie Gertrude [John D. Crane]
died: (April 1873) in
buried:
census: On the 1830 census he was (less than 5 years in age) with his parents in Shenandoah County, VA; the 1840 census, he was (age 5-10) with his parents in Warren County, VA; n the 1850 census, he was (age 20) with his father in Warren County, VA; on the 1860 census, he was with the Jefferson Paulin family in Greene County, OH; on the 1870 census, he was with his wife in Greene County, OH; on the 1880 census, his widow was in Greene County, OH; on the 1900 census, his widow was in the household of her son-in-law John D. Crane, in Greene Couinty, OH
note:
   Sarah Jane born: (February 2, 1832) in Shenandoah County, VA
married: (a) Timothy Richards (November 27, 1851) in Washington County, OH
                 (b) Major N. Brooker (September 30, 1869) in Washington County, OH
children: (a) Marietta, Sarah Elizabeth, Anna-Maria, Ellen [Cornelius Wright], Emma Rosanna, Katherine Ralston [Samuel Lincoln Craig]
                 (b) none
died: (December 22, 1872) in Washington County, OH
buried: Mound Cemetery, Marietta, Washington County OH
census: On the 1850 census, she was (age 19) with the Aaron E. Brown family in Washington County, OH; on the 1860 census, she was with her first husband in Washington County, OH; on the 1870 census, she was a widow again in Washington County, OH; on the 1880 census, her three surviving daughters (Ellen, Emma, Kate) were in separate households in Washington County, OH
note: Her first husband was a shoemaker from England. Her second husband died (October 15, 1869) shortly after their marriage and is buried in Greenlawn Cemetery, Lowell, Washington County, OH.
   Elijah Newton born: (about 1835) in Shenandoah County, VA
married: no
children: none
died: (May, 1864) in Spotsylvania County, VA
buried:
census: On the 1840 census, he was (age 5-10) with his parents in Warren County, VA; on the 1850 census, he was (age 15) with his father in Warren County, VA; on the 1860 census, he was (age 23) with the Nathan C. M. Trail family in Warren County, VA
note: Elijah N. Cave was captured near Front Royal, VA, on January 14, 1863, by the 126th Ohio Volunteer Infantry. He was sent to prison in Wheeling W. VA; thence to Camp Chase OH, and exchanged March 28, 1863, only to be killed in the breastworks at Spotsylvania during the Battle of Spotsylvania Courthouse. He was a private in Company D, 49 Virginia Infantry.

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