|Birth: ||Jan. 1, 1840|
|Death: ||Feb. 11, 1897|
He enlisted into Company I of the Fourth Virginia Cavalry on May 8th, 1861 and became a staff officer for Joseph Reid Anderson and Beverly Holcombe Robertson.
His wife, Mary Triplett Haxall, was a famous young Richmond beauty of the early 1870s. A former beau of hers, William Page McCarty, was alleged to have written a slightly risque poem about her that appeared in the Richmond Enquirer newspaper. As a result, in 1873, McCarty and another beau, John B. Mordecai, fought a duel in which Mordecai was killed. It was Richmond's last formal duel.
President of the Grain and Cotton Exchange in Richmond and President of Haxall-Crenshaw Company, Richmond.
Richard Barton Haxall (1805 - 1881)
Octavia Robinson Haxall (1814 - 1892)
Mary Jenifer Triplett Haxall (1849 - 1892)*
Agnes Moncure Haxall Carter (1838 - 1890)*
Philip Haxall (1840 - 1897)
Harriet Haxall Wise (1841 - 1893)*
Cornelia Moore Haxall (1844 - 1855)*
Mary Parke Haxall Cameron (1846 - 1915)*
Charlotte Taylor Haxall Lee (1848 - 1872)*
Fanny Haxall (1850 - 1875)*
Rosalie Thompson Haxall Noland (1852 - 1935)*
Barton Haxall (1855 - 1907)*
Created by: George Seitz
Record added: Jun 16, 2002
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