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Terry Mason's Family History Site

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Selected Families and Individuals

Source Citations


George K. Catlett

1Wm C. Stubbs, New Orleans, Catlett-John, History of Two Virginia Families transplanted from Kent, England, Joel Munson & Sons, Albany, N. Y., FHL 929.273 B345s. "The following letter directed to "Mr. Henry Catlett, White Post, Fredrick Co., Virginia per Mr. Carson.

Dear Bro;

I arrived here this morning, have promise of a boat to start tomorrow down the river.  My family are all well and have got out safe, much more cheerfully than I expected.  There is three families going down the river with us;  one from the city of Washington, a very gentlemanly man with his family who had been clerking in the War Office for several years;  Charles Smith with his family to the mouth of Sandy to take possession of his property there as he says.

I shall expect you to write me frequently to Hopkinsville.  My love to our old Mother and hope that she may be reconciled to my leaving her in her old age, as necessity was the cause.  Would she want a winter gown, please to get her a good one on my account, as I hope you may have supply in your hands.  I have scarcely any time to write but have never neglected any opportunity to embrace in writing to you.  My family joins me in love to you and your family and all inquiring friends, not forgetting my respects to my old and worth friend, Mr. Fusten.    ..... Geo. Catlett." Image.

21850 U.S. Census, M432_220 pg 513B, 27 Sep 1850. "Geo Catlett 77 M Farmer Virginia
L Catlett 75 F Virginia."


Letitia Buck

1FindaGrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=105624640. Image.


Col. William Waller Calmes

1 Buck, Walter H. (Walter Hooper), 1878-, Calmes family, A short sketch of the , Page 6. "William Waller Calmes, the son of Marquis Calmes II, was the elder brother of Marquis Calmes III who died in 1794, and also of Fielding Calmes who married the daughter of William Helm. The latter's home, "Helmly", is believed to be the oldest stone house in Clarke County.

On March 24, 1760, William Waller Calmes purchased from Lord Fairfax 1110 acres of land in "Frederick County on Bull Run". (Book N, page 157, Northern Neck Records). "Survey made by Colonel George Washington"!

William Waller Calmes married the daughter of Captain George Neville. One of his sons was Marquis Calmes IV (1755-1839) who was born on his father's plantation "Peace and Plenty" near the Shenandoah River." Image.

2 Buck, Walter H. (Walter Hooper), 1878-, Calmes family, A short sketch of the , Page 6. "William Waller Calmes married the daughter of Captain George Neville. One of his sons was Marquis Calmes IV (1755-1839) who was born on his father's plantation "Peace and Plenty" near the Shenandoah River." Image.


Letticia "Lucy" Neville

1Pedigree Resource File CD (Salt Lake City, UT: Intellectual Reserve, Inc., 1999), # 8, 11 Dec 1999. "Children:
William B. Calmes
General Marquis Calmes IV
George Gibbs Calmes
Miriam Calmes
Fielding Gibbs Calmes
Isabella Elliche Calmes
Col. Spencer Neville Calmes
Henry Waller Calmes." Submitted by Karen Johnson-Trouvat. 669384-121199075025. 12 Rue Seailles, 77630 Barbizon, France.

2FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=109978909. "Letticia was the first wife to William Helm, she was the daughter of George Neville and Mary Gibbs." Image.

3 Buck, Walter H. (Walter Hooper), 1878-, Calmes family, A short sketch of the , Page 6. "William Waller Calmes married the daughter of Captain George Neville. One of his sons was Marquis Calmes IV (1755-1839) who was born on his father's plantation "Peace and Plenty" near the Shenandoah River." Image.