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Record of the Cauthorn Family

compiled by R. C. Phillips ; edited by Lucy Albion Luxford
Books/Monographs
English
Richmond, Virginia : Dietz Printing Co., 1909
33 leaves : ill., facsims.

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Pagination of original: 59 p.

Photocopy of original, 1999? 33 leaves.

Chiefly, a record of descendants of Richard Cauthorn who died in 1748 in Essex County, Virginia. He and his wife had eight children. Richard died in 1748. Their sixth child was Vincent Cauthorn who died in 1792. Vincent and his wife had five children. Their fourth child was Richard Cauthorn III who was a blacksmith and silversmith, as well as a school-teacher. He wrote a manuscript on arithmetic in 1778 which has been honored as being the oldest arithmetic known to have been written in the South. He was also a soldier in the Revolutionary War. He and his wife had eight children. Richard Cauthorn III died in 1790 at his home in Fairmount, near Ephesus Spring, Essex County, Virginia. Descendants lived in Virginia, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Missouri, Iowa and elsewhere.

Includes autobiography of Admiral George W. Baird who was born in 1843 in Washington, D.C. He joined the Navy and retired in 1905 with the rank of Rear-Admiral.

Includes biography of Richard Starke Cauthorn who was born near Dunnsville, Essex County, Virginia in 1805. He married Miss Elizabeth C. Brown in 1833. After studying medicine, he graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 1836. He died on February 7, 1863. He was buried in Essex County, near his parents.

Includes Cauthorn, Baird, Williams, Garrett, Kendall and related families.

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