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Haxall Family (Virginia)

The Haxall family of Richmond, Virginia, owned and ran one of the largest mills in Virginia through the nineteenth century.  In the 1870s and 1880s, the flour mill output 160,000 barrels, most of which was shipped to South America. Philip … Continue reading

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Coalter Family (King William County, VA)

St. George Tucker Coalter (2 June 1809-19 Aug. 1839) was the son of Virginia Court of Appeals Judge John Coalter (1769-1838) and his third wife, Ann Frances Bland Tucker (1785-1813). Ann was the daughter of St. George Tucker, a noted … Continue reading

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Aylett Family (King William County, VA)

Patrick Henry Aylett (25 Aug. 1808-28 Jan. 1829) and William Aylett (11 Dec. 1806-11 Feb. 1829) were sons of Phillip Aylett (1767-1835) and his wife, Elizabeth (Henry) Aylett (1769-1842), the daughter of Patrick Henry. The Aylett family lived at Fairfield … Continue reading

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William S. Daniel, Jr. (26 Nov. 1806-28 Mar. 1873)

Born in Cumberland Co., VA, William S. Daniel, Jr. was the son of the Hon. William Daniel (1770-1839) and his wife (m. 1803 or 1804) Margaret (Baldwin) Daniel (1785-1826). Daniel, Jr. attended Hampden-Sydney College before studying law at UVa in sessions … Continue reading

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Fernando Simón Bolívar (9 Dec. 1810-27 Oct. 1898)

Fernando Simón Bolívar Tinoco was the natural (i.e., illegitimate) son of Juan Vicente Bolívar y Palacios (1781-1811) — the brother of Simón Bolívar, the Liberator of Hispanic America — and Josefa María Tinoco del Castillo. The couple had three children together, Felicia, … Continue reading

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