Sam Sloan's Big Combined Family Trees

Dr. William CABELL [Parents] 1, 2 was born 3, 4 on 9 Mar 1699/1700 in Warminster, Wiltshire, England. He died 5, 6 on 12 Apr 1774 in "Warminster, " Amherst County, VA. He was buried on 12 Dec 1698. He married Margaret on 30 Sep 1762. He had other parents. William immigrated about 1723 to Virginia. He signed a will on 3 Jan 1769. He had a will probated on 6 Jun 1774.

Other marriages:
, Margaret
BURKS, Elizabeth

Margaret died on 26 Feb 1768. She married Dr. William CABELL on 30 Sep 1762.

Cate was born in 1747 in Virginia.

She had the following children:

  F i Hannah was born in 1770.

Deli.Deli married Hannah.

Hannah [Parents] was born in 1770 in Virginia. She died in Poplar Forest, Lynchburg, Virginia. She married Deli.

Devoted slave of Thomas Jefferson, who often urged him to follow the Lord.

They had the following children:

  F i Lucinda was born in 1791.
  M ii Reuben was born in 1793.
  M iii Solomon was born in 1794.
  F iv Sally was born in 1798.
  M v Billy B. was born in 1799.
  F vi Jany was born in 1805.
  M vii Phil was born in 1808.
  M viii Edmond was born in 1809.
  M ix George was born in 1812.

Jordan EARLY died in 1903. He married Sarah Jane WOODSON on 24 Sep 1868 in Berlin Cross Roads, Ohio..

Sarah Jane WOODSON [Parents] was born on 25 Nov 1825 in Ohio. She died in 1907. She married Jordan EARLY on 24 Sep 1868 in Berlin Cross Roads, Ohio..

Other marriages:
EARLY, Jordan

SARAH WOODSON EARLY, an educator and Temperance advocate

On November 25, 1825, Sarah Jane was born to Thomas and Jemina Price Woodson, the youngest of eleven children. The family then lived in Chillicothe, Ohio. According to family tradition, her father Thomas was the son of Thomas Jefferson and his slave Sally Hemings. The family moved to Berlin Cross Roads in Jackson county in 1829, where they established a settlement of African Americans.

It appears that Sarah was a brilliant individual. At the age of five years, she memorized large sections of the Holy Scriptures and could sing some of the hymns of the church at age three. She joined the Berlin Cross Roads African American Episcopal Church in 1840.

Sarah, like other members of her family attended a school "for colored children" in Berlin Cross Roads. She attended this school until she was fifteen, and then went to the Albany Academy in Albany, Ohio. After finishing her studies at the Albany Academy , she transferred to Oberlin College and graduated in 1856.

After graduation from Oberlin College, she taught school in a number of communities in southern Ohio. In 1859, she was hired by Wilberforce University to teach English and Literary Studies. She was the first woman of color to teach there. The faculty at that time was mainly male and white. She taught school in, Chillicothe Circleville, Portsmouth , Zanesville and in Berlin. Sarah served as the principal of the Hillsboro Colored Schools and then became the principal of the Colored School in Xenia, Ohio. She held the position in Xenia until the close of the Civil War. She was persuaded by the Freedman's aid Society to journey to Hillsboro, North Carolina to be the principal of one of the largest Colored schools in that state. It had been impossible to keep male principals here. However, she successfully headed that school though there were many difficulties and dangers.

She met a Baptist minister, Rev Jordan W. Early, whom she married on September 24, 1868. The two newlyweds left Ohio for Nashville, Tennessee, where she taught school and her husband pastored a church. The couple moved to Memphis, Tennessee in 1870, where she was the principal of one of the public schools in that city. In addition, Sarah helped her husband in the work of pastoring a church by teaching Sunday School, leading prayer service and by raising funds for the support of the church. She taught a total of thirty-six years and eighteen of them in Tennessee.

She was interested in the Temperance Movement that swept the nation in the 1880's. In 1886 she was elected superintendent of temperance work among the colored people of the Southern States by the National Women's Christian Union (WCTU) and in 1890 she was appointed by the National Temperance Missionary Society as a lecturer. She traveled and lectured throughout seven states in the next four years.

At the 1893 World's Fair in Chicago, Sarah Early was named "Representative Woman of the Year."

She and her husband continued to live and work in Nashville until his death in 1903. Sarah died at the age eighty-three in 1907. They had no children.

Brigham YOUNG was born in 1635 in , , MA. He married Rebecca AMES in 1660 in Braintree, Norfolk, MA.

Rebecca AMES [Parents] was born on 10 Oct 1642 in Braintree, Norfolk, MA. She married Brigham YOUNG in 1660 in Braintree, Norfolk, MA.

Elisha TURNER [Parents] was born in 1792. He died in 1865. He married Jane NEWCOMB in 1822.

Jane NEWCOMB was born in 1798. She died in 1885. She married Elisha TURNER in 1822.

Col. Henry FITZHUGH.Henry married Lucy CARTER.

Lucy CARTER [Parents].Lucy married Col. Henry FITZHUGH.

Ann CHAMPE [Parents] was born in 1723. He married John TALIAFERRO in 1745.

John TALIAFERRO was born about 1710. She died in 1756. She married Ann CHAMPE in 1745.

Nicolas GRÜNBERG.Nicolas married Elizei FALK.

Elizei FALK.Elizei married Nicolas GRÜNBERG.

They had the following children:

  F i Elena "Magda" LUPESCU was born in 1895. She died in 1977.

Prince Earl-Emichzu LEININGEN [Parents].Earl-Emichzu married Gabriele HOMEY. The marriage ended in divorce.

Gabriele HOMEY was born in 1960 in Frankfurt, Germany. She married Prince Earl-Emichzu LEININGEN. The marriage ended in divorce.

Other marriages:
KARIM, Aga Khan IV

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