|Death: ||Jun. 28, 1876|
The dates for Newel Quesenberry were taken from the Carroll County Family Tree owned by puskethunter on ancestry.com and have not been confirmed.
Victoria Taylor-True added this information;
Son of Tobias Noah Quesenberry 1807 – 1894 and Isabel Elizabeth Goad 1810 –
Married Frances Cox 1860
Two daughters of Newel and Frances Quesenberry appear to be confused with one another. The 1870 census shows two daughters, Julina misspelled Julian, born around 1860 and 10 years old. Another daughter is Luvina sometimes spelled Lavina, born around 1864 and 6 years old at the time of the census. Luvina married Stewart Rigney 28 December 1883 when Luvina was 19. Julina may never gave married.
Victoria Taylor-True contributed this information about Newel Quesenberry's Civil War Service:
U.S., Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles, 1861-1865
Enlistment Date:24 Mar 1862
Rank at enlistment:Private
Enlistment Place:Richmond, Virginia
Service Record:Enlisted in Company B, Virginia 54th Infantry Regiment on 24 Mar 1862.
Sources:The Virginia Regimental Histories Series
This information comes from "Cemeteries Floyd ( Montgomery ) County, VA
Indian Valley District
by Elza B. Cox and
Phillips G. Phillips
In 1976 this cemetery book described the Crockett Quesenberry Cemetery in this way "I could count seven rows, twenty three graves and only six of those could be identified or partially identified when copied in 1976.
Three stones were located. One of those is a two sided stone with husband and wife that died a month apart."
Frances J Cock Quesenberry (1836 - 1899)*
Luvina Quesenberry Rigney (1864 - 1916)*
Alfred Quesenberry (1875 - 1903)*
Created by: Sammie Wade
Record added: Nov 01, 2011
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