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Francisco Tulio Capó (27 Sep. 1853-21 Feb. 1889)

Francisco Tulio Capó was the son of Pedro Juan Capó Planchart (1809-3 Sep. 1874) (His burial was on 4 Sep. 1874.) of Ponce, Puerto Rico, and his wife, Constanza Ortíz de la Renta (1815-1857). Spanish naming customs combine the surnames of … Continue reading

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Benjamin Mellichamp Cromwell (22 Sep. 1835-30 Apr. 1917)

Benjamin M. Cromwell was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, the son of Warham Cromwell, of Columbus, Georgia and his wife, Josephine. He grew up in Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina. He attended the University of Virginia in session 30 (1853-1854). … Continue reading

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Cazenove Family of Fairfax County, Virginia

Antoine Charles Cazenove (1775-1852) was from a Huguenot family of Nîmes, France. In the 17th century, the family moved to Geneva, Switzerland. Antoine, his brother Jean-Paul, and his father Paul were imprisoned in Geneva during a revolution in July 1794 … Continue reading

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Powhatan Bolling Cabell (17 Oct. 1829-15 Dec. 1859)

Powhatan B. Cabell was the son of Major General Benjamin William Sheridan Cabell (1793-1862), a hero of the War of 1812, and his wife, Sarah “Sallie” Epes Doswell (1802-1874). He was born in Danville, Virginia. Powhatan B. Cabell was a … Continue reading

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Powhatan Clarke (19 Sep. 1837-25 Apr. 1917)

Powhatan Clarke was born in Gloucester County, Virginia, the son of Colin Clarke (1791-1865) and Mary Goode Lyle (1801-1884). He attended the University of Virginia in sessions 31-33 (1854-1857), then attended the medical school at New York University, graduating in … Continue reading

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