ROBERT - ["The Immigrant"\Endentured Servant] Abernathy: Birth: 1656 in Prince George County, Virginia. Death: 1730 in Prince George Co, VA
JAMES Abernathy: Birth: 1658.
DAVID ABERNATHY: Birth: ABT 1660.
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Note: e with t he Scots against Oliver Cromwell's roundheads at the Battle of Dunbar, and was taken prisoner. He was a minor officer and may have been distantly related to L ord Leslie. He was shipped with 1610 prisoners of war in 1652 to the Virginia c olonies, arrived at Jamestown, Va. where he served 4 years as an indentured ser vant . He learned the trade of growing, selling and trading tobacco. At the end of 4 years the Virginia authorities paid him a sum for his servitude, contrary to the wishes of the English authorities, and he used the money to send for hi s sweetheart in England, Sarah Cubishe or Cabbage, they were married in Charles City Co., about 1656, and Robert purchased some acreage on the James river, bu ilt a home and traded and grew tobacco. He died in January, 1684/85.
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Burial 1695 Prince George Co., Virginia
Note: He was born about 1624 near Perth, Scotland. He fought under Lord Lesli
Note: elizabeth ferguson email@example.com 2003-08-25 12:13:58 [post 'em]
Robert Abernethie/Abernathy/Ebernethell is on record as having arrived on these shores in 1652 as a single man, destined for 5 years of agricultural bondage, at the end of which time (and not before) he married Sara whose daugher is listed as Cubisha. Robert settled inland in the Virginia colony. There are many who attribute more than one son to Robert and Sara, but I do not believe there is any concrete evidence to support the existance of any except the Robert who (in 1704) was in possession of the same 100 acres of Virginia land purchased by the 1st Robert in 1667.
May I please know the source of your claim that this William was a son of Robert and Sara (Cubisha?) Abernathy?
Note: n 1652 after the Battle of Dunbar. He was indentured to Roger Tilghman. He married in Bristol Parish, Prince George, VA to Sarah Cabiggo or Cubisha, daughterof John Cubisha and Jane Bell. Robert died in 1685 in Prince George, VA. Robert and Sarah had a son, Robert who was born in 1660 in Prince George, VA. He married about 1685 to Christine Tilghman. It is possible that Robert A. Abernathy came to America as an indenture to Christine's father, Roger Tilghman/Tilman. Robert and Sarah had the following children: Robert, Ann, Mary, John, David, Elizabeth, William and Miles. Robert died in 1685 in Prince George, VA.
Note: Robert A. Abernathy was born in 1635 in Scotland.Robert arrived in VA i
Note: n, Habersham, Dawson, etc. Entries: 10641 Updated: 2006-02-22 19:05:09 UTC (Wed) Contact: DR. J. B. TURNER Turner, Ensley, Nix, Collins, Duckworth, Dyer, & Related Families of N. E. Georgia Index | Descendancy | Register | Add Post-em # ID: I6163 # Name: Sarah CUBISHA # Surname: CUBISHA # Given Name: Sarah # Sex: F # Birth: ABT 1628 in Scotland,England,or VA # Death: ABT 1686 in VA # _UID: 8CCE69A000D1C04AB91F4DAD302263FEC37F 1 2 # Change Date: 8 Apr 2005 at 22:41:26
Marriage 1 Robert ABERNATHY , Sr. b: 1624 in Scotland
* Married: 8 Apr 1657 in Bristol Parrish,VA Children
1. Has Children Robert ABERNATHY , Jr. b: ABT 1658 in VA Sources:
1. Title: Abernethy Family in Scotland, Virginia and Alabama Author: Thomas Perkins Abernethy 2. Title: The Robert Abernethy Family Author: Arvord M. Abernethy source: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jbturner&id=I6163
Note: Early Ancestry of N. E. GA Counties: Union, Towns, White, Lumpkin, Rabu
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