|Birth: ||Jul. 23, 1807|
|Death: ||Sep. 1, 1891|
Born at "Warminster" in Nelson County, Virginia, to Nicholas Cabell, Jr. and Margaret Read Venable Cabell.
He graduated from Hampden Sidney College in 1825 and from Harvard in 1827.
Settled in Prince Edward County, Virginia, in 1827, then moved back to Nelson County in 1832, settling at the family home, "Liberty Hall." Cabell wrote and published articles on religion, education, and agriculture. He married first Anne Blaws Cocke, daughter of General John H. Cocke, on September 14,1831, and they had six children.
He married second Mary M. Keller of Baltimore, Maryland. Cabell spent the last few years of his life living with one of his sons in Bedford County, Virginia, where he died.
Bio By Paula Lucy Delosh
Nicholas Cabell (1780 - 1809)
Margaret Read Venable Cabell (1782 - 1857)
Francis Hartwell Cabell (1833 - 1844)*
Elizabeth Nicholas Cabell (1834 - 1863)*
Philip Barraud Cabell (1836 - 1904)*
Cary Charles Cabell (1851 - 1856)*
Elizabeth Nicholas Hare Cabell (1803 - 1822)*
Nathaniel Francis Cabell (1807 - 1891)
Liberty Hall Cemetery
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Record added: Jan 15, 2007
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Rest in peace Nate.I am the 3rd great grandson of your negro servant Old John Nicholas who resided with you at Liberty Hall, along with 3rd great aunts Emily Early, Sukey Diggs, and Martha Brown.John's son Washington Nicholas, and his wife Sophia Diggs (g...(Read more)|
Derek Nicholas - slave descendant of N.F. Cabell
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