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  • ID: I00356
  • Name: Cornelius Dabney 1 2
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 11 DEC 1631 in St Pauls, Hanover, VA, USA
  • Death: 1694 in St Peter, New Kent, VA, USA



    Father: Theodore Daubney b: 1606 in Waddington Lincoln, England

    Marriage 1 Susanna Swann b: 1643 in Louis VA
      Children
      1. Has Children Mary Dabney b: 22 JAN 1688 in St Peter, New Kent, VA, USA

      Sources:
      1. Title: Ancestry.com
        Text: http://awtc.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=cuzz-alfred&id=I21414
        SOURCE: Rootsweb WC -- Meares - Rhinehart - Blackburn - ... SC / NC / TN Entries: 53807
        1. Note: the spelling of the surname has changed to DABNEY.
        2. Cornelius "the interpreter" came to America about 1660. He was a negotiator and
        interpreter between the English Crown and Cockacoeske, Queen of the Pamunkey
        Indians and widow of Chief Totopotomoi (a grandson of a sister of Chief Powhatan,
        the father of Pocahontas).
        3. On 27 Sep 1664 he held a land grant for 200 acres of land in New Kent
        county, VA. The following was copied from p. 514, N.M. Nugent,
        Cavaliers and Pioneers:
        "CORNELIUS DEBANY, 200 acs. New Kent Co., 27 Sept. 1664, p. 370, (406).
        Beg. at the mouth of Totopotomoys Cr. upon the S. side of Yorke Riv. a
        little below the fort of Manaskin, running up the river, bounding on
        same N.W. &c. Part of patent of 312 acs. granted to Capt. Gyles Brent,
        by him deserted & now granted sd. Debany by order of court dated herewith
        & due for trans. of 4 pers: Fra. Marlow, Wm. Luelin, Tho. Spann, Mary
        Forte."
        4. On 7 Jun 1666 he held a grant for 640 acres on the lower side of
        Tattopottomoyes Creek in New Kent county, VA.

        SOURCES INCLUDE: Va. Hist. & Biog. Magazine (1937), 45:121-143.
        Comp. Am. Geneal. (Virkus) 6:104.
        DAC 13:295.
        James Bluford Coffee by Marvin D. Coffee, Chap. 12, The
        Dabney Family. See chart #12, p. 183.
        Anderson Family Records.
        Cavaliers and Pioneers by N.M. Nugent, Vol. 1, p. 514.
        The Edward Pleasant Valentine Papers, Vol. 1, 396-429

        Updated: 27 March 2004 Contact: Paul Mears < pmears @ lowcountry . com >

        Huguenot Ancestors
        The following names have been authenticated as founders of the Huguenot colony at Manakin or Huguenots settling in early colonial Virginia (marked with a single asterisk *). Double asterisks indicate settlers whose Huguenot ancestry is speculative and has not yet been proven.
        DABNEY, D'AUBIGNE -- Cornelius, Theodore, John
      2. Title: Ellis R. Brockman online at Ancestry.com
        Text: Christening: 11 Dec 1631 Bucknall parish, Lincolnshire, England
        http://awtc.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=ebrockman4&id=I2443

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