Notes for John CAVE:
- Birth: 1758 in Culpeper, Virginia, USA.
- Death: 1825 in Shenandoah, Virginia, USA.
Our ancestor John CAVE was born ca 1758 in Culpeper county, Virginia (today county of Rappahannock) John was married to Catherine/Katherine ………, about 1780. John served in the 2nd Virginia Regiment from October thru December of 1777 and was regularly discharged. When the call came in Mid-January of 1780, for the 18 month men to serve, John was drafted again. como bajar de peso . Being a newly wedded man, he did not wish to leave his bride. It was a normal practice at that time to send a substitute if you could find one and pay him to serve in your place. John probably did not have the money to pay someone to serve for him, but his younger brother, Benjamin CAVE, who had just returned from a three month tour of duty, volunteered to take his place. Benjamin served the eighteen months and returned safely in June of 1781. Records show that Reuben, William, Benjamin, and John were all in the Revolutionary War conflict, serving from different areas of the country. Benjamin later became a minister of the Gospel, serving in the Carolinas, Virginia, Kentucky, and Ohio.John CAVE is shown in the tax records of Culpeper county, VA from 1782-1804; and in Shenandoah county, VA ( now Page Co) from 1805-1823. appliance repair . John CAVE’s personal estate was sold at auction the 15th of December 1825, his widow Catherine attending the sale.Known children of John and Catherine CAVE were:Thomas, Polly, William, Benjamin, Jonas, John, Reuben, Joseph, Noah, Nancy, Lucy, and Sally CAVE. Atlanta Plumbing Company . We have the proof of these children’s names from several sources. Research done by Colonel McCall, and other researchers; Census studies; and a newspaper clipping naming all the brothers and sisters of Benjamin CAVE, and the ages of each. The newspaper clipping states that the children were all born in present day Madison county, Virginia. This clipping was printed in the Springfield Gazette, and reprinted on March 27, 1884 by the Urbana Citizen Gazette in Urbana, Ohio. The information was given by the son of Benjamin CAVE, Joseph H. CAVE of Westville, Ohio. We realize there could be errors in the information, but this clipping is a significant source of information on the family. I am truly grateful and indebted to researcher Mrs Pat Stickley, of Champaign county, Ohio for sending it to me.
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