She was a daughter of Robert Rives, born 1798 and Elizabeth unknown, born 1815 in VA.
This family was on the 1860 Census in St. Anne's Parish in Albemarle County, VA.
1880 Census, Scottsville, Albemarle County, VA.:
Charles C. Harrison 38 VA
C.E.C.R. Harrison 30 VA wife (she was born ca.1845)
Elizabeth Rives 65 VA mother-in-law
Sophie Perkins 28 VA domestic servant
Martha Perkins 11 VA domestic servant
From the Library of Virginia
Accession 24065. 65 items.
Papers, 1841-1865, of the Rives family of Albemarle County, Virginia, consisting of letters, 1848-1863, from Alfred T. Harris and Harris and Gibson of Richmond, Virginia, to Robert Rives concerning Rives' agricultural and stock interests, the sale of slaves, Rives' accounts, and a Union assault on Drewry's Bluff in 1862; letters, 1855-1862, from Samuel Nowlin of Lynchburg, Virginia, to Robert Rives discussing property Nowlin manages for Rives in Lynchburg.
Letters, 1861-1864, from Charles C. Harrison of the 46th Virginia Infantry to Cornelia E. Rives concerning camp life, the Peninsular campaign, the battle of Seven Pines (Fair Oaks), and his love for Cornelia.
Papers also include letters, 1841-1864, to and from members of the Rives family concerning personal news, agricultural information, the stationing of cavalry at Charlottesville, Virginia, and the wounding of Charles Harrison and letters, 1864, from Harrison to his sister Rosalie Harrison concerning camp life; and miscellaneous accounts and papers, 1865 and no date, of Cornelia E. Rives.
Charles Carter Harrison (1842 - 1882)
Note: I am not sure she is buried here. Do you know ? ? ?
University of Virginia Cemetery and Columbarium
Created by: deegraver
Record added: Dec 14, 2012
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