DESCENDANTS OF JOHN & ELIZABETH BARCLAY
of Barclaysville, Harnett County, NC (Harnett was created from Cumberland March 1855)
Surnames include: ANDREWS - BALL - BARBEE - PAGE - RABOTEAU & Others

Researched and Shared by Myrtle Bridges   March 29, 2011.



This is a very small burial area. No more than 2 or 3 graves were
found. Another large base lies behind the mound of dirt to the left of
the trees. There are lots of small marble pieces scattered around the site.
It is possible that other legible pieces remain buried.
We marched out across a familiar Barclaysville field intent on identifying 
a few briar-wrapped tombstones we knew to be there. Finding none intact, but 
plenty of scattered rubble, we were able to un-earth and push together three 
heavy marble remnants with decipherable carvings. Who died in the year 1828? 
Who was Mildred Raboteau? How old was she? Records show that she died 1838,
but her marker shows 1840. Was her headstone placed here many years after 
her death? Where was beloved Mildred Barclay buried? 

Curiosity has become a study into the lives of this wonderfully interesting 
family with roots deep in Harnett county. I was amazed and delighted to learn 
that some very famous folks had their beginnings right here. One would become 
a member of our state legislature, another the owner of a profitable New York 
business. Yet another became an Ambassador to Great Britain. One was known to 
be the founder of the Village of Cary and builder of its Page-Walker Hotel. 
Descendants of this family may be found from New York to Missouri. 

The facts below are gleaned from census, birth, death, marriage, Revolutionary 
War and other military records provided by Ancesty.com. Other sources are early
19th century newspapers, The Fayetteville Observer, Weekly Standard, The Weekly 
Raleigh Register, North Carolina Gazette & North Carolina Weekly Advertiser,
and The News & Observer

If you find kinship with anyone in this genealogy and would like to share your findings please contact Myrtle



--is Life
--y 14, 1828
Broken headstone of John Barclay
 GENERATION ONE  

JOHN SR.1 BARCLAY was born February 13, 1763 in PA, and died May 25, 1828 in Barclaysville, 
Cumberland County, NC.  He married MILDRED 'MILLY' EASTWOOD October 05, 1798 in New Hanover 
County, NC.  She was born Bet. 1772 - 1778 in Portsmouth, Virginia, and died August 07, 1862 
in Barclaysville, Cumberland County, NC.

Raleigh Register & North Carolina Weekly Advertiser Mar. 16, 1802; Issue 126; col E.
A Commission of Bankruptcy has been issued against John Barclay, of  Wilmington, in this State.

May 15, 1828 Issue Fayetteville Observer:
Died in this county (Cumberland) on Tuesday last, Mr. John Barclay, Sen., formerly a merchant 
of Wilmington, NC

More About JOHN SR. BARCLAY:
Burial: Barclaysville, Harnett County, NC

Notes for MILDRED 'MILLY' EASTWOOD:
1820 United States Federal Census about Milly Barclay Capt ?? District, Cumberland County, NC Enumeration Date: Aug. 7, 1820 
(Where was John?)
Free White Males - 16 thru 25: 2
Free White Females - Under 10: 2
Free White Females - 10 thru 15: 1
Free White Females - 26 thru 44: 1	

The 1830 Census of Neill's Creek, Cumberland, NC (now Harnett County) shows John Barclay with a male 5-9 yrs, (John Sr. died 
1828. This may be John Jr. Barclay with a wife and young son, his mother Milly, and his 3 sisters.)

Free White Persons - Males - 5 thru 9: 	1
Free White Persons - Males - 20 thru 29: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 5 thru 9: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 14: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 30 thru 39: 2
Free White Persons - Females - 40 thru 49: 1

1840  Federal Census of Cumberland County, NC shows Milly Barday [Milly Barclay] head of household; 4 free white males - 20 -29; 
1 free white female 15-19; 1 free white female - 20 thru 29;  2 free white females  - 60 thru 69.

1850 Federal Census of Cumberland County, NC shows Mildred Barclay 70 b. VA; Lucadia J. 30; and John Upchurch 18 male. Daughter 
Kezie and Christopher C. Barbee live next door. Mildred Barclay owned 7 slaves during 1850.

Revolutionary War Records: Virginia, Section IV. Virginia State Troops on Virginia State Line:
	Bounty land warrants which were grants of free land issued to veterans in return for military service from the time of the 
Revolutionary War through 1855. These warrants ranged in area from 100 acres for a warrant issued to a private who served three 
years to 1100 acres to a general who served three years. Additional warrants were issued to soldiers who served for longer periods. 
The Colonial Congress by a resolution passed September 16, 1776 made grants to the officers and soldiers who should engage in the 
service and continue therein to the close of the war, or until discharged by Congress, or to the representatives of such officers 
and soldiers as should be slain by the enemy.
	Hayes, Thomas (A.G.50, 084), 2nd Lieut, 2nd Va. State Troops. He was commissioned Oct. 22, 1778, and joined the army near 
Norfolk. He was married by Parson Alexander to Judith Friar, Mar. 18, 1774, in Notty Pine Church, Hertford County, NC, though 
they were residents of Nancymond County, VA, which was near the line between the two states. They had three children born 1775, 
1777 and Mary born in 1779. All of them had died prior to 1841. Thomas Hayes died January 10, 1910, in Cumberland County, NC 
and the widow married James Langdon June 12, 1813. The latter died March 2, 1833. Thomas Hayes and his wife removed from VA to 
Cumberland County, NC in 1787-1788. The children of Mrs Judith Langdon were Mary Green, wife of Edward Green and Willis Hayes, 
a son. These were the only heirs in 1842. In May, 1841, Judith Langdon was in her 84th year.
	Among the papers in this case are affadavits made May 20, 1841, by John Adams of Cumberland County, then in his 74th yr.; 
Mrs. Mildred Barclay, in her 70th yr., who was born in Portsmouth, VA and removed to NC when small; Daniel Shaw in his 
66th yr.; Daniel Eure in his 84th yr; Levi Eure in his 80th yr; and Nancy Eure in her 81st year, who was married in 1775.
	Persons named as neighbors were John Vann, cousin of Mrs. Hayes; Charles Powell; Hetty Crawford, aged 82, cousin of Mrs. 
Hayes, and who was married in 1776; Rev. Amos Rayner, aged 81, father of Hon. Kenneth Rayner. One ---- Smith is mentioned as 
having been killed at Gates Defeat.

Top section of marble headstone
has a fleur de lis type engraving.
May be that of
Mrs. Mildred Barclay
1778-1862
Fayetteville Observer, Tuesday, November 28, 1848; Issue 1643; col. B:
Our community was inexpressibly shocked and distressed yesterday morning, by the intelligence of the 
sudden death of our fellow citizen, John Huske, Esq., which occurred at Mrs. Barclay's at 10 o'clock 
on the night before. He had left home in apparent good health in the morning, on his way to Raleigh, 
where he had been summoned as a witness in the Federal Court. Mr. Huske was deservedly one of our most 
esteemed and influential citizens--the oldest merchant in the place; and, of old and young, none had 
ever displayed more sound judgment and incorruptible integrity. For almost 42 of the 63 years of his 
life he had been known and honored in that capacity, not only throughout our State but in others ...

August 11, 1862 Issue Fayetteville Observer:
Died at Barclayville, Harnett County, NC, August 7th, Mrs. Mildred Barclay 84 yrs. Such is the modest 
notice received this morning of the death of one of the "excellent of the earth", whose house for 
nearly fifty the welcome resting place of the weary traveler, at which hundreds of poor have been 
fed and lodged without charge. The world has lost a friend, but she has gained a crown.

August 20, 1862 Issue Weekly Standard:
Died at Barclaysville, Harnett County, on the 7th inst., Mrs. Mildred Barclay, aged 84 years. Mrs. 
Barclay's house was for more than forty years the welcome resting place of the weary traveler. She 
was truly an excellent woman. There are thousands who remember her kind attention to their wants, 
and her unwearied efforts to render their sojourn with her pleasant and agreeable. She was one of 
the best neighbors. She has descended to the grave full of years, regretted and mourned by her 
family and many friends. The writer of this is not informed as to her spiritual condition during 
the illness that preceded her death; but it may be safely concluded that such a woman lived with reference to the great change 
that awaits us all, and that she had made the needful preparation for her departure.

More About MILDRED 'MILLY' EASTWOOD:
Burial: Barclaysville, Harnett County, NC
	
Children of JOHN BARCLAY and MILDRED EASTWOOD are:
2.	i.	JOHN JR.2 BARCLAY, b. Abt. 1804, NC.
3.	ii.	ESTHER BARCLAY, b. 1809, Barclaysville, Cumberland County, NC; d. March 18, 1901.
4.	iii.	KEZIAH S. BARCLAY, b. 1816, Cumberland County, NC; d. June 05, 1896, Wake County, NC.
	iv.	LUCADIA / LEODACIA J. 'KATIE' BARCLAY, b. July 1821, Cumberland County, (now Harnett) NC; d. Sept. 16, 1910, 
Wake County, NC.

Notes for LUCADIA / LEODACIA J. 'KATIE' BARCLAY:
Lucadia 'Katie' Barclay did not marry.

The 1900 Census of Raleigh, Wake, NC shows Edgar B. Barber 44, wid.; Mary M. Barber 14 dau.; and Leocadia Barkley, 73, Aunt

 GENERATION TWO


2.  JOHN JR.2 BARCLAY (JOHN SR.1) was born Abt. 1804 in NC.
	
Child of JOHN JR. BARCLAY is:
	i.	WILLIAM D.3 BARCLAY, b. Abt. 1821.

Notes for WILLIAM D. BARCLAY:
(U.S. Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles show William D. Barclay, resident of Harnett County, NC, 40, 
(b. abt. 1821) Enlisted in Company A, North Carolina 5th Infantry Regiment on 23 May 1861, rank Private, enlistment place, Wake 
County, NC. Served in War. Promoted to Full Corporal 21 Jun 1861. Mustered out 07 Nov 1861. Source: N C Troops 1861-65, A Roster)


3.  ESTHER2 BARCLAY (JOHN SR.1) was born 1809 in Barclaysville, Cumberland County, NC, and died Mar. 18, 1901.  She married 
JOHN SAMUEL RABOTEAU July 12, 1828 in Cumberland County, NC, son of JOHN RABOTEAU and MARY SUSAN.  He was born 1804 in NC, 
and died September 26, 1881.

Notes for JOHN SAMUEL RABOTEAU:
North Carolina Marriage Collection, 1741-2004 about John S., Jr. Raboteau
Spouse: 	Esther Barclay	
Marriage Date: 12 Jul 1828
Marriage County: Cumberland
Marriage State: North Carolina
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Source: County Court Records at Fayetteville, NC & Family


1860 Census shows J.S. Rabedo 55, saddler; Esther 50; Margaret 20; Susan 18; Julia 15; Charles 9 yrs.

1880 John S. & Esther lived in the Village of Cary in Wake County. Three grand-children live with them; Maggie Andrews 18, teacher; 
Estelle Andrews 13; Theodore Andrews 5 yrs.

(This is John Samuel, Sr. 1765-1838, father of John S. Raboteau)
Daily National Intelligencer, (Washington DC) Friday, August 17, 1838; Issue 7959; col B:

						Raleigh, August 13, 1838
It is with feelings of genuine sorrow that we are called on to record the melancholy death of Mr. John S. Raboteau, of Franklin county, 
but recently and for the greater portion of his life an estimable citizen of this place (Raleigh, NC). He was returning from Louisburg 
home, a few days since, in a sulky, driving a mule, when it is supposed the animal became frightened, and, starting to run, within a 
quarter of a mile of his house, threw him out and injured him so badly, that, incapable of effort, he lay for many hours exposed to the 
scorching rays of a mid-day sun. We say supposed, because he was found as described, though he scarcely spoke after being discovered. 
His remains were brought to this city for interment, and were followed to the tomb by a large concourse of sympathizing friends. Mr. R. 
was about 72 years of age, but he was so regular and temperate a man in all things, as to be free, in an un-usual degree, from the 
infirmities incident to age.---Register.

Headstone of Mildred Raboteau
Dau. of J.S. Raboteau & Esther Barclay
Children of ESTHER BARCLAY and JOHN RABOTEAU are:
	i.	MILDRED3 RABOTEAU, b. Abt. 1829, Cumberland County, NC; d. July 14, 1838, 
Mrs. Barclay's Cumberland County, NC.

Notes for MILDRED RABOTEAU:
Fayetteville Observer (Fayetteville, NC), Wednesday, July 18, 1838; Issue 1102; col F
Died at Mrs. Barclay's in this county, on Sunday morning last, Mildred, daughter of John S. 
Raboteau, of this town.

Raleigh Register, and North-Carolina Gazette, Monday, July 23, 1838; Issue.
Died at Mrs. Barclay's, in Cumberland, on Sunday morning last, Mildred, daughter of John S. 
Raboteau, of Fayetteville.

More About MILDRED RABOTEAU:
Burial: Barclay Family Cemetery,  Barclaysville, Harnett County, NC

5.	ii.	JUNIUS 'JUNE' BARCLAY RABOTEAU, b. July 1830, Cumberland County, NC; died 
Saint Louis, Missouri.
6.	iii. CATHARINE FRANCES 'KATE' RABOTEAU, b. 1832, Fayetteville, Cumberland County, NC; 
d. August 21, 1897, Aberdeen, Moore County, NC.
7.	iv.	MARY STEDMAN RABOTEAU, b. January 1834, Cumberland County, NC; d. Bet. 1910 - 1920, VA.
8.	v.	MARGARET 'MAGGIE' E. RABOTEAU, b. 1838, Cumberland County, (now Harnett) NC.
	vi.	SUSAN L. RABOTEAU, b. 1841, Barclaysville, Cumberland County, NC.

Notes for SUSAN L. RABOTEAU:
1870 Census of White Oak Township, Wake County, NC shows Susan Raboteau 21, and Charles Raboteau 18, shown in the household of 
their sister Catherine Raboteau and husband A.F. Page.

	vii.	JULIA ANNA RABOTEAU, b. 1843, Cumberland County, NC.
	viii.	JOHN SAMUEL RABOTEAU, b. 1847, Summerville, Cumberland County, NC; d. May 28, 1853, Fayetteville, Cumberland 
County, NC.

Notes for JOHN SAMUEL RABOTEAU:
May 30, 1853 Issue Fayetteville, Observer:
Died in this town on the 28th, John Samuel, son of John S. Raboteau, aged 5 yrs., 5 mos.

	ix.	CHARLES C. RABOTEAU, b. 1851, Summerville, Harnett County, NC.

Notes for CHARLES C. RABOTEAU:
The Weekly Raleigh Register, and North Carolina Gazette, June 28, 1848 Issue:
A new Whig Paper, under the auspices of C.C. Raboteau, Esq., formerly published in Louisburg, (Franklin County) but now removed 
to this City, made its appearance her on Sturday last. It is an able, independent, racy sheet, and will no doubt do good service 
in the great Whig cause, of which it is a firm and faithful advocate.

4.  KEZIAH S.2 BARCLAY (JOHN SR.1) was born 1816 in Cumberland County, NC, and died June 05, 1896 in Wake County, NC.  She married 
CHRISTOPHER C. BARBEE April 29, 1848 in Cumberland County, NC.  He was born 1823 in Wake County, NC, and died January 03, 1890 in 
Raleigh, Wake County, NC.

Notes for KEZIAH S. BARCLAY:
The News and Observer, (Raleigh, NC) Saturday, June 06, 1896; pg. 5; Issue 100; col C
Death of Mrs. Barbee
	Telegrams were received here last night from Richmond announcing that Mrs. C.C. Barbee, mother of Messrs. E.B. Barbee and 
C.B. Barbee, of this city, who has been critically ill for many days, had passed away. The sad news was received here at 9:30 
o'clock and the death of Mrs. Barbee probably occurred shortly before that hour.
	The remains will be brought to this city today, accompanied by the family, and will arrive here on the 3:30 pm train via 
the Seaboard Air Line Railroad. They will then be borne to Oakwood cemetery, accompanied by relatives and friends, where the 
burial services will be conducted by Rev. W.C. Norman, after which they will be laid to rest in the family plat, by the side 
of the beloved husband of the deceased, who preceded her to the grave several years ago.
	Mrs. Barbee was a native of Harnett county, but most of her life has been spent in Raleigh, where she and her husband were 
for years among the most esteemed, beloved and respected of our people. At her death she was in her eightieth year, and for the 
past few months she has spent her declining days at the home of her daughter Mrs. G.D. Rand, of Richmond, who with her two sons, 
Messrs. Claude and E.B.Barbee, of this city, were with her to the end. There will be sad tears in the eyes of those who will 
follow her to the grave this afternoon, sorrowing that such a good, useful and exemplary life has drawn to a close. 
	The News and Observer extends its hearfelt sympathies to the bereaved family in this greatest of all sorrows.

More About KEZIAH S. BARCLAY:
Burial: June 06, 1896, Oakwood Cemetery, Raleigh, NC

Notes for CHRISTOPHER C. BARBEE:

Barclaysville, NC Dec. 20, 1859 We (C.S. Barbee & C.C. Barbee) are running a daily line of two horse coaches between Fayetteville 
and Raleigh, NC connecting with the Raleigh and Gaston and NC Railroad at Raleigh.

Best two horse line of mail coaches in the State. New coaches thoroughly lined, young, strong, and well-broke horses, with careful 
and accommodating drivers. Supper at Mrs. Barclay's. Through in 12 hours. Office at Fayetteville Hotel, Fayetteville, NC. Tickets 
sold to Weldon Office at Yarbrough House, Raleigh, NC. Leave the latter place 51/2 o'clock, P.M.  Leave Fayetteville 3 o'clock P.M., 
and 2 o'clock P.M., Sundays. Extra baggage must be pre-paid to have attention. C.S. Barbee & Bro., Proprietors

March 10, 1864 Issue Fayetteville Observer:
We regret to learn that the turpentine distillery and many thousands of barrels of rosin, owned by Messrs. Barbee at Barclayville, 
Harnett county, were destroyed by fire on Saturday night last. The fire is supposed to have been the work of an incendiary. See 
advertising offering a reward for his detection.

Member of the Methodist Episcopal Church South for over 30 years, leaves a wife and 3 children to mourn his loss. (See Death of 
Mr. C.C. Barbee, News & Observer, January 3, 1890 and Funeral of Mr. C.C. Barbee January 4, 1890)

News & Observer, January 4, 1890: 
The funeral of Mr. C.C. Barbee was held yesterday morning at 10 o'clock from Edenton Street Methodist church. A tremendous concourse 
of the relatives and friends of the deceased attended the last rites. The ceremonies were conducted by Rev. J.H. Cordon, assisted by 
Rev. Dr. Black and Rev. L.L. Nash... and when the casket was being removed from the church the choir sane "There's a Land that is 
Fairer than Day." The Raleigh Cotton Exchange attended the funeral in a body. Before the funeral there was a meeting of the Exchange 
of which Mr. Barbee had long  been an honored member. ... The massive casket was borne by eight colored men, and on it there were 
beautiful floral offerings. The interment was in Oakwood cemetery. 

More About CHRISTOPHER C. BARBEE:
Burial: Oakwood Cemetery, Raleigh, NC
	
Children of KEZIAH BARCLAY and CHRISTOPHER BARBEE are:
9.	i.	MILDRED 'MILLY' F.3 BARBEE, b. January 1849, Barclayville, Cumberland County, NC.
10.	ii.	EDGAR B. BARBEE, b. April 13, 1854, Barclayville, Cumberland County, NC; d. August 08, 1912, 215 N. Blount St., Raleigh, 
Wake County, NC.
11.	iii.	CLAUDIUS BARCLAY BARBEE, b. February 01, 1856, Barclayville, Cumberland County, NC; d. May 26, 1942, 612 Blount St., 
Raleigh, Wake County, NC.



 GENERATION THREE

5.  JUNIUS 'JUNE' BARCLAY3 RABOTEAU (ESTHER2 BARCLAY, JOHN SR.1) was born July 1830 in Cumberland County, NC, and died in Saint 
Louis, Missouri.  He married (1) ELIZABETH OR 'B' OR BETTIE Abt. 1855.  She was born June 23, 1832 in Raleigh, Wake County, NC, 
and died December 14, 1893 in Nashville, TN.  He married (2) ADA V.B. 1894 in Missouri.  She was born Jan. 1866 in Missouri.

Notes for JUNIUS 'JUNE' BARCLAY RABOTEAU:
Occupation,  Coachmaker in 1850 NC

There are two plain marble bases
here. This one shows the maker is
"C.A. Goodwin  Raleigh, NC"
He was employed by Raleigh Marble Works
St. Louis, Missouri Directories, 1889-1890 about Junius B.; John Raboteau
Name: 	Junius B.; John Raboteau
Location 1: 714 N. Broadway
Business Name: Raboteau & Co.
Occupation: drugs
Year: 1890
City: St. Louis
State: MO

St. Louis, Missouri Directories, 1889-1890 about Junius B. Raboteau
Name: Junius B. Raboteau
Location 2: r. New York
Business Name: Raboteau & Co.
Year: 1890
City: St. Louis
State: MO

The News and Observer, (Raleigh, NC) Saturday, May 23, 1891: 
A Successful North Carolinian
Mr. June Raboteau, of New York City, spent a short while in the city this week, the guest of Mr. E.B. Barbee. He is the 
proprietor of the largest sponge business in the world, and also deals largely in drugs in Fargo, Dakota, and in St. Louis. 
Mr. Raboteau is a native of North Carolinian, and left this State several years ago, and has built up the largest business 
of the kind in the country, and has accumulated vast wealth. His good fortune is a source of great gratification to his many 
old friends and acquaintances in North Carolina. He is greatly beloved and admired by those who know him for his gentlemanly 
courtesy and whole-souled liberality. His many friends in Raleigh will be glad to have him remain longer upon his next visit.

The News and Observer, (Raleigh, NC) Saturday, January 29, 1893: 
Mr. Junius Raboteau, of New York is in the city, the guest of Mr. E.B. Barbee. Mr. Raboteau is a former North Carolinian, and 
since his residence in New York has been one of the most successful business men of the metropolis, and has accumulated large 
wealth. Raleigh and North Carolina extend a warm welcome to him on his visit to his native State.

News-Observer-Chronicle (Raleigh, NC) Sunday, October 1, 1893:
Mr. John Raboteau and wife, of St. Louis, were in the city yesterday the guests of Mr. E.B. Barbee and left for Aberdeen, 
(Moore County NC) last evening to visit relatives there.

News-Observer-Chronicle (Raleigh, NC) Friday, January 19, 1894
Mr. John Raboteau, a well-known and propserous New Yorker, is spending a few days in the city the guest of Mr. E.B. Barbee. 
He is on his way to Florida, where he will spend the remainder of the winter for his health.

The 1900 Census of Saint Louis, Webster Groves Ward 3 shows Junius B. Raboteau b. Jul. 1830 NC, 69, Druggist; Ada E. Jan 1866,
 Missouri; married 6 years, 1 child, none living; Carrie A. Grant, Aunt, b. Dec 1827 Pennsylvania, wid, and 3 servants.

The 1910 Census of Saint Louis, Webster Groves Ward 3 shows Junius B. Raboteau 79, b. NC, m twice; Ada V.B. wife, b. Missouri, 
44, married 16 years; Caroline 'Carrie' A. Grant 82, wid., aunt,, b. Dec. 1827, PA

Notes for ELIZABETH OR 'B' OR BETTIE:
US Passport Applications, 1795-1925 Record for Mrs. Elizabeth Raboteau.
Emergency Passport Applications (Issued Abroad), 1877-1907  1891  Volume 060; Germany

On January 30, 1891, Mrs. Elizabeth Raboteau, a native and loyal citizen of the United States, hereby apply to the Legation 
of the United States at Berline for a passport for myself. I solemnly swear that I was born at Raleigh, in the Stat of North 
Carolina, on  or about the 23rd day of June, 1832; that my husband is a native citizen of the United States; that I am 
domoiciled in the United States, my permanent residence being at New York, in the State of New York. That I left the United 
States on the 31st day of December 1890, and am now temporarily sojourning at Berlin; that I intend to return to the United 
States within nine months with the purpose of residing and performing the duties of citizenship therein; and that I desire 
the passport for the purpose of identification.

Further, I do solemnly swear that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign 
and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; and that I take this obligation freely, without any 
mental reservation of purpose of evasion: SO HELP ME GOD.   Signed, Elizabeth Raboteau

Legation of the United States at Berlin, Germany
Sworn before me the 30th Day of January, 1891, John B. Jackson

Description of Applicant
Age, 58, Stature, 5'2", Eng.; high forehead, black eyes, small nose, medium mouth, round chin, grey hair, light complexion and 
round face.

Bettie Raboteau died Congestion of Stomach, Nashville, TN

More About ELIZABETH OR 'B' OR BETTIE:
Burial: Bellefontaine Cemetery, St. Louis, MO
	
Children of JUNIUS RABOTEAU and ELIZABETH BETTIE are:
12.	i.	JOHN4 RABOTEAU, b. June 1855, TN.
	ii.	WILLIAM RABOTEAU, b. 1857, St Joseph, Buchanan, Missouri; d. April 03, 1898, Delmar Ave., St. Louis, MO.

Notes for WILLIAM RABOTEAU:
Pharmacist
Died Cirrhosis Hepatic

More About WILLIAM RABOTEAU:
Burial: Bellefontaine Cemetery

	iii.	RUFUS RABOTEAU, b. 1859, St Joseph, Buchanan, Missouri.
	iv.	CLAUDIUS RABOTEAU, b. 1862.
	v.	JULIUS RABOTEAU, b. 1865.
	vi.	INFANT RABOTEAU, b. 1868, St. Joseph, Missouri; d. February 17, 1868, St. Joseph, Missouri.


6.  CATHARINE FRANCES 'KATE'3 RABOTEAU (ESTHER2 BARCLAY, JOHN SR.1) was born 1832 in Fayetteville, Cumberland County, NC, 
and died August 21, 1897 in Aberdeen, Moore County, NC.  She married ALLISON FRANCIS PAGE July 05, 1849 in Fayetteville, 
Cumberland County, NC, son of ANDERSON PAGE.  He was born August 30, 1824 in New Hill, White Oak, Wake County, NC, and 
died October 16, 1899 in Wilmington Street., Raleigh, Wake County, NC.

Notes for CATHARINE FRANCES 'KATE' RABOTEAU:
July 10, 1849 Issue Fayetteville Observer:
Married in this town on the 5th, Mr. A.F. Page of Wake county, to Miss Kate Raboteau, eldest daughter of Mr. J.S. Raboteau 
of this place. North Carolina Marriage Collection, 1741-2004 about A. F. Page

July 11, 1849 Issue The Weekly Raleigh Register, and North Carolina Gazette; Issue 40; Col. E.
Married in Fayetteville on Thursday morning last, by the Rev. C.P. Jones, Mr. Allison F. Page, of Wake County, to Miss 
Catharine F. Raboteau, eldest daught of Mr. John S. Raboteau, of Fayetteville.

Name: A.F. Page
Spouse: C.F. Raboteau	
Marriage Date: 4 Jul 1849
Marriage County: Cumberland
Marriage State: North Carolina	
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The News and Observer, Sunday August 22, 1897 Issue:
Death of Mrs. A.F. Page. 
She passed away suddenly yesterday afternoon at Aberdeen surrounded by her family. A telegram was received here yesterday 
afternoon by her aunt, Miss. L.J. Barclay, announcing the sudden death, presumably of heart-failure, at Aberdeen at 5:15 p.m., 
of Mrs. A.F. Page.

Mrs. Page had been somewhat ailing for several days, but she was yesterday morning considered so much better that her husband, 
Mr. A.F. Page, had spent the day in  Raleigh; and had taken the train back home only a little while after leaving Miss Barclay, 
who had not then received the said intelligence.

There were present with Mrs. Page at the time of her death all her children, except Walter H. Page, Associate Editor of the 
Atlantic Monthly. The surviving children are Misses Emma, Mary and Fannie Page, Messrs. Walter H., Robert N., H.A., Christopher 
and A. Frank Page, Jr. Besides these her aunt, also, Mrs. Esther Raboteau, was with her.

Mrs. Page was about fifty-five years of age, and was a woman of marked strength and nobility of character and strong mental 
endowment. She was a devoted member of the Methodist church in which her good works shone to the glory of God.

Mrs. Page was the niece of the late Mrs. C.C. Barbee, also. The details of funeral arrangements are not yet known. Mr. Page 
and his children as well as other relatives of the deceased will have the deep sympathy of friends in all parts of the State, 
who will be shocked at the startling tidings of her untimely passing away.


Notes for ALLISON FRANCIS PAGE:
A settlement called Bradford's Ordinary began in 1750 in what is now Cary. However, the man credited with founding Cary was 
Allison Francis "Frank" Page, who was its first developer, mayor, postmaster and railroad agent. Page and his wife, Catherine 
"Kate" Raboteau Page bought 300 acres here in 1854. He named his development after Samuel Fenton Cary, a prohibition 
leader from Ohio. Cary was incorporated in 1871, several years after the Seaboard and North Carolina railroads formed a junction 
in Cary. Page, whose main business was a sawmill, laid out the first streets of Cary and built what became known as the Page-Walker 
Hotel (Looking Back)


Children of CATHARINE RABOTEAU and ALLISON PAGE are:
	i.	SARAH ELLEN4 PAGE, b. Abt. 1850; d. May 25, 1853.

Notes for SARAH ELLEN PAGE:
May 30, 1853 Issue Fayetteville Observer:
Died in this town, on the 25th instant, Sarah Ellen, daughter of A.F. Page, formerly of Wake County, aged 2 years 11 months.

13.	ii.	WALTER HINES PAGE, b. August 15, 1855, Cary, Wake County,  NC; d. Dec. 21, 1918, Pinehurst, Mineral Springs Township, 
Moore County, NC.
	iii.	ROBERT NEWTON PAGE, b. October 26, 1859, Cary, Wake County,  NC; d. October 03, 1933, Aberdeen, Moore County, NC; 
married FLORA SHAW.

Notes for ROBERT NEWTON PAGE:
US Congressman. Page was a member of the North Carolina state legislature from 1901 to 1902. He was elected as a U.S. 
Representative from North Carolina in 1903, serving until 1917. 
Occupation, Banker
Died Cerebral Hemorrhage
Informant, Flora Shaw Page, Aberdeen, NC

More About ROBERT NEWTON PAGE:
Burial: October 04, 1933, Bethesda Cemetery, Aberdeen, NC

	iv.	HENRY ALLISON PAGE, b. May 12, 1862, Cary, Wake County,  NC; d. July 28, 1935, Aberdeen, Moore County, NC; m. EVA L..

Notes for HENRY ALLISON PAGE:
Supt. Cape Fear Railroad
Died Angina pectoris, bronchial pneumonia
Informant, J.R. Page, Aberdeen, NC

More About HENRY ALLISON PAGE:
Burial: Aberdeen, NC (Likely Bethesda Cemetery)

	v.	EMMA CATHERINE PAGE, b. October 06, 1864, Cary, Wake County,  NC; d. December 21, 1938, Aberdeen, Sandhill Township,
 Moore County, NC.

Notes for EMMA CATHERINE PAGE:
Did not marry. School Teacher
Died Cerebral Thrombosis, Diabetes
Informant, Miss Mary Page, Aberdeen, NC

More About EMMA CATHERINE PAGE:
Burial: December 23, 1938, Bethesda Cemetery, Aberdeen, Moore County, NC

	vi.	FRANK RABOTEAU PAGE, b. March 18, 1866, Wake County, NC; d. March 22, 1866, Wake County, NC.
14.	vii.	JUNIUS RABOTEAU. PAGE, b. December 24, 1866, Cary, Wake County, NC; d. May 12, 1938, Sandhill Township, Aberdeen, 
Moore County, NC.
	viii.	MARY E. PAGE, b. 1868.
	ix.	FRANCES J. PAGE, b. 1875.
	x.	ALLISON FRANK PAGE.




7.  MARY STEDMAN3 RABOTEAU (ESTHER2 BARCLAY, JOHN SR.1) was born January 1834 in Cumberland County, NC, and died Bet. 1910 - 1920 
in VA.  She married CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS ANDREWS July 11, 1859 in Fayetteville, Cumberland County, NC, son of EDWARD ANDREWS and 
MARGARET.  He was born June 21, 1829 in Liberty County, GA, and died July 26, 1876 in Belton, Hall County, GA.

Notes for MARY STEDMAN RABOTEAU:
July 18, 1859 Issue, Fayetteville Observer:
Married in this town, 11th  instant, by the Rev. A. Weaver, Mr. C.C. Andrews of Liberty County, GA to Miss Mary S., 2nd daughter 
of Mr. John S. Raboteau of Fayetteville.

The 1880 Census of Norfolk City, Virginia shows Mary B. Anderson 46, ( widowed, CC died 1876 ), Matron at Norfolk Female Orphan 
Asylum on Holt Street; Ollie Anderson 8 years, attends school.

The 1900 Census of Norfolk City, VA shows Charles N. Norsworthy, b. May 1870, VA; 30, m. 4 yrs; Ollie Norsworthy, b. Jan 1872, 
VA; Fritz Norsworthy b. Feb. 1900, 3 mos.; Mary R. Andrews, mother-in-law, b. Jan. 1834 NC, 66 wid.

The 1910 Census of Norfolk City, District 0057, Colonial Ave. shows N. (M?) Andrews, mother-in-law, 76, wid., b. NC in the 
household of R.L. Upshur 46, m 23yrs., b. GA; EA 42 b. VA; M.L. 21 (f); R.L. (m) 19; G.E. 15, (f); J.A. (m) 11; M. (f) 7 yrs.

Notes for CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS ANDREWS:
The 1860 Census of Louisburg, Franklin County, NC shows C.C. Andrews 31, b. GA, teacher; M.L. Andrews 22, b. NC teacher; Magie 4 
months b. NC. Living next door are L.W. Andrews, 29, b. GA, teacher; L.A. Langdon, female, 21, teacher, b. NC; M.E. Raboteau, 
female, teacher, b. NC; H.E. Crow, 20, female, teacher, b. NC.
	
Children of MARY RABOTEAU and CHRISTOPHER ANDREWS are:
	i.	MARGARET 'MAGGIE'4 ANDREWS, b. 1860, Louisburg, Franklin County, NC; d. Abt. 1934.

Notes for MARGARET 'MAGGIE' ANDREWS:
School Teacher

	ii.	EDWARD RABOTEAU ANDREWS, b. Sept. 07, 1862, Louisburg, Franklin Co., NC; d. Mar. 25, 1899, Clay, W. Virginia; m. 
FRANCES EUDORA CARDEN.

Notes for EDWARD RABOTEAU ANDREWS:
The 1870 Census shows Edward as (f). 
May have been born Thomasville, Davidson County, NC

15.	iii.	MARY ESTHER ANDREWS, b. April 15, 1864, Cuthbert, GA; d. April 27, 1955, Waccamaw, Columnbus County, NC.
16.	iv.	JULIA ESTELLE ANDREWS, b. November 23, 1866, GA; d. December 23, 1956, Norfolk City, VA.
	v.	FANNIE M. ANDREWS, b. 1869, Thomasville, Davidson County, NC.
17.	vi.	OLIVE VIRGINIA ANDREWS, b. January 1872, Thomasville, Davidson County, NC; d. October 10, 1951, Chatham County, GA.
18.	vii.	THEODORE CHRISTOPHER ANDREWS, b. September 14, 1874, Thomasville, Davidson County, NC.


8.  MARGARET 'MAGGIE' E.3 RABOTEAU (ESTHER2 BARCLAY, JOHN SR.1) was born 1838 in Cumberland County, (now Harnett) NC.  She 
married JAMES R. 
PAGE February 17, 1864 in Barclayville, Harnett County, NC, son of ANDERSON PAGE and MARY.  He was born 1835 in Wake County, NC.

Notes for MARGARET 'MAGGIE' E. RABOTEAU:
Married at Barclaysville on the 17th instant, by the Rev. W.S. Chaffin, Capt. J.R. Page of Wake County, NC to Miss Maggie E. 
Raboteau of Harnett. Feburary 22, 1864 Issue Fayetteville Observer.

Notes for JAMES R. PAGE:
Capt.
Retired Merchant in 1870
	
Children of MARGARET RABOTEAU and JAMES PAGE are:
	i.	PETER D.4 PAGE, b. 1859, White Oak, Wake County, NC.
	ii.	MARGARET C. PAGE, b. 1867, White Oak, Wake County, NC.
	iii.	JOSEPHINE PAGE, b. 1869, White Oak, Wake County, NC.
	iv.	CHARLES CLEM PAGE, b. February 13, 1872, Cary, NC; d. July 08, 1936, Raleigh, Wake County, NC; m. ALENE.

Notes for CHARLES CLEM PAGE:
Ex-Commissioner, City of Raleigh.
Seaboard Airline Railroad Engineer.
Died Cardiac Decompensation due to brain tumor, non malignant, fracture of hip, fall, paralysis right arm and leg

More About CHARLES CLEM PAGE:
Burial: July 10, 1936, Oakwood Cemetery, Raleigh, NC

	v.	JAMES W. PAGE, b. November 1879.


9.  MILDRED 'MILLY' F.3 BARBEE (KEZIAH S.2 BARCLAY, JOHN SR.1) was born January 1849 in Barclayville, Cumberland County, NC.  
She married GEORGE DALLAS RAND, son of NATHANIEL RAND and NANCY.  He was born July 1846 in Wake County, NC, and died May 1900 
in Amelia County, VA.

Notes for GEORGE DALLAS RAND:
U.S. Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles about George Dallas Rand
Residence: Wake County, North Carolina
Enlistment Date: 5 May 1864
Rank at enlistment: Private
Enlistment Place: 	Wake County, NC
State Served: North Carolina
Survived the War?: Yes
Service Record: Enlisted in Company D, North Carolina 31st Infantry Regiment on 05 May 1864.
Promoted to Full Sergeant on 02 Jan 1865.
Sources: 	North Carolina Troops 1861-65, A Roster
	
Children of MILDRED BARBEE and GEORGE RAND are:
19.	i.	ANDREW BARBEE4 RAND, b. September 1867, Wake County, NC.
20.	ii.	ELLA K. RAND, b. 1870, New Hill, Wake County, NC.
	iii.	E.C. RAND, b. July 1873, NC; m. T.H., Abt. 1899; b. April 1876, Virginia.


10.  EDGAR B.3 BARBEE (KEZIAH S.2 BARCLAY, JOHN SR.1) was born April 13, 1854 in Barclayville, Cumberland County, NC, and died 
August 08, 1912 at 215 N. Blount St., Raleigh, Wake County, NC.  He married (1) JACKIE WHITEHEAD Abt. 1875, daughter of 
GEN. J.J. WHITEHEAD.  She was born 1857 in Raleigh, Wake County, NC, and died June 28, 1887 in Raleigh, Wake County, NC.  
He married (2) ADELYN "ADA" ANDREWS January 30, 1895, daughter of LUKE ANDREWS and FANNIE.  She was born 1873 in Greensboro, 
Guilford County, NC, and died January 08, 1896 in Wake County, NC.  He married (3) ANNIE THRAVES Abt. 1910, daughter of 
JOHN T. THRAVES.  She was born 1885 in Belona, VA, and died February 05, 1911 in Blount Street, Raleigh, NC.

Notes for EDGAR B. BARBEE:
The 1900 Census of Wake shows Edgar Barbee, b. Apr. 1856, 44, wid; Mary M., daughter b. Aug 1885 14; and  Leocadia Barkley, 
Aunt, b. Jul. 1821, 78, single, living on South Fayetteville, St. Raleigh.

The 1910 Census of Wake shows Edgar B. Barbee 54, married 3 times, living with wife, Annie J., on Blount St., Raleigh.

E.B. Barbee was President Cotton Exchange, Merchant, Raleigh, NC
Died Paralysis, Nephritis
Informant, C.B. Barbee

More About EDGAR B. BARBEE:
Burial: August 10, 1912, Oakwood Cemetery, Raleigh, NC

Notes for JACKIE WHITEHEAD:
News and Observer (Raleigh, NC) Thursday, June 30, 1887; Issue 2; col A

Death of Mrs. E.B. Barbee
It is with the deepest regret that we chronicle the death of this most estimable lady which took place at the residence of 
her husband at 11 o'clock, Tuesday night, in the 30th year of her age. ... She was the daughter of the lat Gen. J. J. Whitehead, 
of this city, and had by her many noble traits of character endeared herself to a host of friends all of whom will learn of her 
death with the deepest sorrow. The funeral was held from the Church of the Good Shepard yesterday at 5:30 o'clock, the services 
being conducted by Rev. Robert Strange, assisted by Rev. Dr. M.M. Marshall.

The floral offerings were certainly the most beautiful that have been seen in this city; while the arrangement of the chancel 
was most appropriate. In the rear of the altar was a background of black velvet, with a large golden cross, and upon the lower 
edge of this background was the inscription: "It is Finished." Among the floral tributes was to be noticed an easel constructed 
of beautiful flowers and a large fern leaf, broken, illustrative of the untimely end of her life; also two magnificent white 
doves with outstretched wings in their upward flight.

The following gentlemen acted as pall bearers: Messrs. Geo. H. Snow, Jos. Pogue, Dr. J.A. Sexton, C.H. Belvin; W.T. Howle, F.W. 
Clarke, Jas. Boylan, G. Rosenthal, A.A. Thompson and R.T. Gray. The interment was at Oakwood Cemetery, where the remains were 
followed by a large crowd of loving friends.

More About JACKIE WHITEHEAD:
Burial: Oakwood Cemetery, Raleigh, NC

Notes for ADELYN "ADA" ANDREWS:
The News and Observer Wednesday, January 30, 1895
Merry Wedding Party
This morning, at 9:30 o'clock, Mr. E.B. Barbee, one of Raleigh's most prominent citizens, will be married to Miss Adelyn Andrews, 
one of Greensboro's most accomplished and popular young ladies. The ceremony will be performed at the residence of the bride's 
father on Ashe street.

Yesterday afternoon a pleasant party of gentleman friends of Mr. Barbee, accompanied him to Greensboro, and were his guests at 
the Benbow House, last night. The following gentlemen were in the party: Messrs. E.B. Barbee, Claude B. Barbee, Greek O. Andrews, 
Alf. A. Thompson, M.T. Leach, Ed. Chanbers Smith, Armistead Jones, W.E. Christian, G. Tosenthal, B.S. Jerman, J.E.Stagg, J.W. 
Ramsay, Joseph G. Brown, W.M. Russ, John R. Ferrall, Capt. Octavius Cole, Capt. W.H. Day, Dr. James McKee, Dr. D.E. Everett, Mr. 
Frank I. Osborne. Last night Mr. Barbee gave a brilliant banquet to the party at the Benbow.

News & Observer Feburary 8, 1896
City in Mourning Over the Sad Death of Mrs. E.B. Barbee

On the morning of the 31st of January, 1895, just a little over a year ago, surrounded by a company of friends and admirers, in 
her home, in Greensboro, Miss Adelyn Andrews, one of the lovliest and most accomplished young women in the State, was married to 
Mr. E.B. Barbee, of this city. After a bridal tour in the Southern resorts for some weeks, the young bride came to her new home 
in Raleigh. ... It was in her own home that her best qualities shone. Her husband was devoted to her, giving her love and 
companionship so full that it made her young married life full of sunshine and happiness. His children found her a loving and 
tender mother and gave her freely their confidence and love. She leaves a daughter two weeks old. ... Her sister, Miss Rose 
Andrews, had been with her some time, and in response to a telegram, her mother, Mrs. L.W. Andrews, of Greensboro, arrived 
yesterday morning. ... Mrs. Barbee was born in Greensboro 21 years ago, and is the sister of Mr. Greek O. Andrews, Editor of 
the Press-Visitor. She was educated in Greensboro Female College, and afterwards, while living in Norfolk, VA., was a member 
of the choir in one of the leading churches in the city. The funeral will take place from Edenton Street Methodist church this 
afternoon at 4 o'clock, and will be conducted by Rev. W.C. Norman.

Notes for ANNIE THRAVES:
Died Cerebral Hemorrhage which occurred during labor which seemed to be normal, about 2 1/2 hours.
Informant, John G. Allen, Raleigh, NC

More About ANNIE THRAVES:
Burial: February 07, 1911, Richmond, VA
	
Children of EDGAR BARBEE and JACKIE WHITEHEAD are:
	i.	EDGAR WHITEHEAD4 BARBEE, b. July 31, 1878, Raleigh, Wake County, NC; m. KATIE SMITH.

Notes for EDGAR WHITEHEAD BARBEE:
The News and Observer, Thursday May 26, 1894; Issue 107; col B
Edgar Barbee Wins the Race
	The horse exhibition which was begun last Friday at Capt. B.P. Williamson's Fairview farm, and which was interrupted by the 
rain, was finished yesterday afternoon under more propitious skies and was witnessed by an even larger crowd than was present 
on the previous occasion. Much interest had been engendered in the unfinished race and a perfect retinue of carriages flocked 
to the race track yesterday afternoon. ... The race yesterday began with the second heat and was easily won by Butler, the 
splendid black owned by Mr. E.B. Barbee and driven by his son Edgar Barbee. ... The fourth heat was won by Butler, winning the 
race without exertion on the part of the horse or his skillful young driver. The coolness and fine mastery over his spirited 
animal of the winner Master Edgar Barbee won applause on all sides and many of the older heads could not understand how one of 
his youth could handle the reins with such self possession and composure. It was plainly seen a week ago that he knew his business 
and yesterday demonstrated the fact to the satisfaction of all ...

The News and Observer, Thursday March 14, 1895; Page 8; Issue 43; col B
Kicked in the Stomach
Master Edgar Barbee Came Near Being Fatally Injured.
	Master Edgar Barbee, son of Mr. E.B. Barbee, was almost fatally injured yesterday. The accident happened at 8 o'clock in 
the morning. He was at the Raleigh and Gaston freight depot, watching the unloading of two car-loads of horses and mules. He 
stood near the chute on which the horses are driven from the car to the ground. Suddenly his riding horse reared and kicked, 
and both of the animal's feet struck the boy in the stomach, turning him a complete somersault. He was knocked senseless, and 
when picked up was pale as a corpse.
	In a quarter of an hour he regained consciousness. A carriage was called, he was taken home and the family physician called 
in. The doctor feared that perintonitis might set in, and cause death. But at last accounts the young man was resting easily and 
was out of pain except when he exerted himself. The blow was very dangerous, and might easily have proved fatal.
	Master Barbee is unusually popular: his severe accident has caused sincere regret, and it is hoped that he may soon recover.

National Archives and Records Administration 	
World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Record for Edgar Whitehead Barbee
Registered for Draft September 12, 1915 in Raleigh


	ii.	CLAUDE BARBEE, b. 1882, Raleigh, Wake County, NC; d. January 01, 1890, Raleigh, Wake County, NC.

Notes for CLAUDE BARBEE:
The News and Observer, Thursday, January 02, 1890
Death of Claude Barbee
	Died in this city, on Wednesday morning at one o'clock, Claude, the seven year old son of our townsman E.B. Barbee, Esq. In 
many respects this little one was most remarkable, manifesting a patience and endurance unusual for one so young during his entire 
sickness. His consideration for the comfort and welfare of those who ministered at his bedside would have been creditable to one 
of mature age. To his physicians he expressed, in words tender and loving, the sincere gratitude of his heart for their unremitting 
care. His devotion to his father was specially marked; in fact, since the death of his mother, to whom little Claude was intensely 
devoted, the father has performed the duties of both parents, the immediate effect of which was to draw their hearts but closer to 
each other. During the last few days of his sickness he asserted time and again, that he was going to die. On one of these occasions 
he turned to his father, saying "Oh, papa, you have been crying; I am going to die, papa, but please do not cry", whereupon he took 
his handkerchief and wiped the tears from his father's eyes.

He called the writer to him and said prior to his death, "I am going to die tomorrow." There was perfect calmness throughout all 
these scenes--and the one expression of all who entered his room was, "Surely child never spake as this child." His words "I am 
going to die tomorrow"were prophetic ... The funeral services were conducted yesterday evening at 4 o'clock from Edenton Street 
Church by Rev. J.H. Cordon, assisted by Rev. L.L. Nash and Rev. F.L. Reid.

More About CLAUDE BARBEE:
Burial: January 02, 1890, Oakwood Cemetery, Raleigh, NC

21.	iii.	MARY M. BARBEE, b. August 27, 1886, Wake County, NC; d. February 16, 1961, Rex Hosp., Raleigh, NC.

	
Child of EDGAR BARBEE and ADELYN ANDREWS is:
	iv.	INFANT GIRL4 BARBEE, b. December 1895; d. December 1895.


11.  CLAUDIUS BARCLAY3 BARBEE (KEZIAH S.2 BARCLAY, JOHN SR.1) was born February 01, 1856 in Barclayville, Cumberland County, NC, 
and died May 26, 1942 in 612 Blount St., Raleigh, Wake County, NC.  He married (1) NANCY "NANNIE" WAYLAND Abt. 1880.  She was 
born 1860 in Virginia, and died 1906.  He married (2) STELLA KILPATRICK Abt. 1910, daughter of ALEXANDER KILPATRICK and NANCY GRAY.  
She was born February 10, 1881 in Kinston, Lenoir County, NC, and died July 09, 1969 in Durham County, NC.

Notes for CLAUDIUS BARCLAY BARBEE:
Died Ventricular Fibrillation due to Acute Mocarditis
Informant, Mrs. C.B. Barbee

Claude Barclay Barbee died May 26, 1942 in Raleigh at his home at 612 North Blount Street. He was 86 years old. According to his 
obituary, he was a Methodist and a member of William G. Hill Masons Lodge No. 218, A.F. and A.M. The obit stated Mr. Barbee was 
active in civic affairs for many years and was formerly a member of the board of directors of the Chamber of Commerce. His second 
wife, Stella, survived him 27 years and died in 1969 at age 88. She is buried near Claude and his first wife in Oakwood Cemetery.

 
More About CLAUDIUS BARCLAY BARBEE:
Burial: May 27, 1942, Oakwood Cemetery, Raleigh, NC

More About NANCY "NANNIE" WAYLAND:
Burial: Oakwood Cemetery, Raleigh, NC

Notes for STELLA KILPATRICK:
Burial: Oakwood Cemetery, Raleigh, NC
	
Children of CLAUDIUS BARBEE and NANCY WAYLAND are:
	i.	KATIE4 BARBEE, b. 1888; d. 1969; m. HART.
	ii.	CLAUDE B. BARBEE, b. June 1892, Richmond, VA; d. December 19, 1938, Rex Hosp., Raleigh, NC; m. SALLIE G..

Notes for CLAUDE B. BARBEE:
Died Encephalitis Lethargica. Contributary cause, acute pulmonary edema
Informant Mrs. C.B. Barbee

More About CLAUDE B. BARBEE:
Burial: December 20, 1938, Oakwood Cemetery, Raleigh, NC

	iii.	MALE BARBEE.


 GENERATION FOUR

12.  JOHN4 RABOTEAU (JUNIUS 'JUNE' BARCLAY3, ESTHER2 BARCLAY, JOHN SR.1) was born June 1855 in TN.  He married ELIZABETH C..  
She was born January 1864 in MA.
	
Child of JOHN RABOTEAU and ELIZABETH C. is:
	i.	NATHAN C.5 RABOTEAU, b. March 1896, TX.


13.  WALTER HINES4 PAGE (CATHARINE FRANCES 'KATE'3 RABOTEAU, ESTHER2 BARCLAY, JOHN SR.1) was born August 15, 1855 in Cary, 
Wake County,  NC, and died December 21, 1918 in Pinehurst, Mineral Springs Township, Moore County, NC.  He married ALICE WILSON.  
She was born June 09, 1858 in Michigan, and died February 07, 1942 in Moore County, NC.

Notes for WALTER HINES PAGE:
Walter Hines Page, journalist and diplomat was born at Cary, North Carolina of pioneer farming stock. In 1871 he entered Trinity 
College, North Carolina (now Duke University), but he transferred in 1873 to Randolph-Macon College, Ashland, Virginia. At Randolph, 
Page came into contact with Thomas Randolph Price who aroused a love of England and English literature. In 1876, Page became a 
fellow at John Hopkins University, but had decided by 1878 that he did not want to devote his life to Greek classicism and left 
university. 

Walter Hines Page, Ambassador to Great Britain during World War I.
American journalist, publisher, and diplomat.
Final Residence, New York, City
Died Uremia
Informant, Frank Page, Garden City, Long Island, NY

More About WALTER HINES PAGE:
Burial: December 24, 1918, Bethesda Cemetery, Aberdeen, Moore County, NC

More About ALICE WILSON:
Burial: Bethesda Cemetery
	
Children of WALTER PAGE and ALICE WILSON are:
	i.	RALPH5 PAGE, b. October 1881, Missouri.
	ii.	ARTHUR N. PAGE, b. September 1883, NC.
	iii.	FRANK C. PAGE, b. March 1887, New York, NY.
	iv.	CATHARINE A. PAGE, b. January 1891.


14.  JUNIUS RABOTEAU.4 PAGE (CATHARINE FRANCES 'KATE'3 RABOTEAU, ESTHER2 BARCLAY, JOHN SR.1) was born December 24, 1866 in Cary, 
Wake County, NC, and died May 12, 1938 in Sandhill Township, Aberdeen, Moore County, NC.  He married MYRTLE ALICE MCAULEY 1891, 
daughter of MCAULEY and AUGUSTA MCAULEY.  She was born October 1860 in NC.

Notes for JUNIUS RABOTEAU. PAGE:
1900
1910 Census show he lived Biscoe, Montgomery County, NC, works for A&A Railroad

Railroad man
Final Residence, Aberdeen, Moore County, NC
Died Coronary Occlusion
Informant, Mrs. Frank Shamberger, Aberdeen, NC

More About JUNIUS RABOTEAU. PAGE:
Burial: May 14, 1938, Bethesda Cemetery, Aberdeen, NC
	
Children of JUNIUS PAGE and MYRTLE MCAULEY are:
	i.	REED A.5 PAGE, b. October 1893.
	ii.	ALICE M. PAGE, b. February 1897.
	iii.	JUNIUS R. JR. PAGE, b. November 13, 1891, NC; d. November 18, 1969, Moore County, NC; m. NENA J.; b. 1892, Maryland.

More About JUNIUS R. JR. PAGE:
Burial: Bethesda Cemetery


15.  MARY ESTHER4 ANDREWS (MARY STEDMAN3 RABOTEAU, ESTHER2 BARCLAY, JOHN SR.1) was born April 15, 1864 in Cuthbert, GA, and died 
April 27, 1955 in Waccamaw, Columnbus County, NC.  She married LEONIDAS ROSSER LAND Abt. 1894, son of BARTLETT LAND and ANNE HUDDLESTON.  
He was born July 14, 1849 in Princess Ann County, Virginia, and died January 27, 1926 in Wannanish, Columbus County, NC.

Notes for MARY ESTHER ANDREWS:
L.R. Land 50, Insurance Collector; Esther Land 36; Leon 10 and Louise 3, were in Norfolk Virginia in 1900.
Esther Land and daughter Louisa lived Holly Springs, Wake, North Carolina 1920
Ester Land ran a boarding house in Bolton, Columbus County in 1930
Usual residence, Lake Wacamaw, Columbus County, NC
Died Arterioscelrosis
Informant, Mrs. J.M. Council, Wananish, NC

More About MARY ESTHER ANDREWS:
Burial: April 29, 1955, Lake Waccamaw Cemetery

Notes for LEONIDAS ROSSER LAND:
Occupation, Lumber, Mfg. for self.
Died Chronic Intestinal Nephritis with a general arterio sclerosis.
Disease contracted New York State.

More About LEONIDAS ROSSER LAND:
Burial: January 28, 1926, Waccamaw Cemetery
	
Children of MARY ANDREWS and LEONIDAS LAND are:
	i.	LEONIDAS5 LAND, b. December 02, 1889, Johnston County, NC.

Notes for LEONIDAS LAND:
General Index to Delayed Births, Johnston County, NC shows Leon Land born Dec 2, 1889 to Leon Rosser Land.

	ii.	LOUISE LAND, b. January 15, 1897, Virginia; d. June 04, 1990, Charlotte, Mecklenburg County, NC; m. JOHN MONROE COUNCIL, 
April 25, 1922, Wayne County, NC; b. September 13, 1889, NC; d. December 07, 1962, Wananish, Columbus County, NC.

Notes for JOHN MONROE COUNCIL:
WWI Vet.
Employed Council Tool Company
Died Coronary Occlusion, Acute
Informant Jack Council, Lake Waccamaw, NC

More About JOHN MONROE COUNCIL:
Burial: December 09, 1962, Lake Waccamaw Cemetery


16.  JULIA ESTELLE4 ANDREWS (MARY STEDMAN3 RABOTEAU, ESTHER2 BARCLAY, JOHN SR.1) was born November 23, 1866 in GA, and died 
December 23, 1956 in Norfolk City, VA.  She married ROBERT LEE UPSHUR January 17, 1888.  He was born December 1862 in VA, 
and died 1935.

More About JULIA ESTELLE ANDREWS:
Burial: Forest Lawn Cemetery, Norfolk, VA
	
Children of JULIA ANDREWS and ROBERT UPSHUR are:
	i.	MARY LEE5 UPSHUR, b. January 1889, VA.
	ii.	ROBERT LEE JR. UPSHUR, b. April 1891, VA.
	iii.	GLADYS ESTELLE UPSHUR, b. May 30, 1895, VA; d. June 11, 1920; m. BARNEY L. JONES; b. 1891, Fuquay Springs, Wake 
County, NC; d. 1925.
	iv.	JOHN A. UPSHUR, b. January 1899, VA.
	v.	MARGARET L. UPSHUR, b. 1903, VA.


17.  OLIVE VIRGINIA4 ANDREWS (MARY STEDMAN3 RABOTEAU, ESTHER2 BARCLAY, JOHN SR.1) was born January 1872 in Thomasville, Davidson 
County, NC, and died October 10, 1951 in Chatham County, GA.  She married CHARLES N. NORSWORTHY Abt. 1896.  He was born May 1870 
in VA, and died December 23, 1943 in SC.

Notes for OLIVE VIRGINIA ANDREWS:
The 1920 Census of Roberts, Jasper County, SC shows Charles M. 'Norsworth' 49 b. VA; Olive A. 43, b. NC and Richard A. 19, b. VA 
In 1930 Charles N. 59, and Olive A. Norsworthy 53, were in Hardeeville, Jasper County, NC

Georgia Deaths, 1919-98 about Olive A Norsworthy
Death Date: 10 Oct 1951
County of Death: Chatham
Gender: F (Female)
Race: White
Age: 79 years
County of Residence: Chatham
Certificate: 22270
	
Child of OLIVE ANDREWS and CHARLES NORSWORTHY is:
	i.	RICHARD A. "FRITZ"5 NORSWORTHY, b. March 02, 1900, VA; d. March 1973, Norfolk, VA.

Notes for RICHARD A. "FRITZ" NORSWORTHY:
Richard Andrews Norsworthy Registered for the WWI Draft Pulaski County, VA September 12, 1918
Nearest Relative, Mrs. C.N. Norsworthy

The 1930 Census of Savannah Beach, Chatham County, GA shows Richard A. Norsworthy, single, Lodger, 30, b. VA, in the household 
of George H. Doyle.

Social Security Death Index about Richard Norsworthy
SSN: 260-32-9475
Last Residence: 	23517  Norfolk, Norfolk City, Virginia, United States of America
Born: 2 Mar 1900
Died: Mar 1973
State (Year) SSN issued: 	G


18.  THEODORE CHRISTOPHER4 ANDREWS (MARY STEDMAN3 RABOTEAU, ESTHER2 BARCLAY, JOHN SR.1) was born September 14, 1874 in 
Thomasville, Davidson County, NC.  He married ELIZABETH Abt. 1898.  She was born July 1872 in Norfolk City, VA, and 
died Bef. 1918.

Notes for THEODORE CHRISTOPHER ANDREWS:
Theodore Christopher Andrews registered for the WWI Draft Pulaski County, VA September 12, 1918
Nearest relative Elizabeth Andrews, Pulaski, Virginia.
	
Child of THEODORE ANDREWS and ELIZABETH is:
	i.	ELIZABETH5 ANDREWS, b. 1902, VA.


19.  ANDREW BARBEE4 RAND (MILDRED 'MILLY' F.3 BARBEE, KEZIAH S.2 BARCLAY, JOHN SR.1) was born September 1867 in Wake 
County, NC.  He married CALLIE VESTAL July 11, 1890 in Dunn, Harnett County, NC, daughter of MARY MCALLISTER.  She was 
born April 01, 1868 in Harnett County, NC, and died June 03, 1942 in Southern Pines, Moore County, NC.

Notes for CALLIE VESTAL:
Died Conjestive Heart Failure
Informant, H.M. Rand, Roanoke, Virginia

More About CALLIE VESTAL:
Burial: June 04, 1942, Forest Lawn Cemetery, Norfolk, VA
	
Children of ANDREW RAND and CALLIE VESTAL are:
	i.	GRACE5 RAND, b. April 1891, SC.
	ii.	NORMAN V. RAND, b. February 1893, Chesterfield County, VA.
	iii.	MILDRED RAND, b. April 1894, Chesterfield County, VA.
	iv.	ANDREW B. RAND, b. August 1895, Chesterfield County, VA.
	v.	MARJORIE RAND, b. September 1897, Chesterfield County, VA.
	vi.	EDITH D. RAND, b. June 1900, Chesterfield County, VA.


20.  ELLA K.4 RAND (MILDRED 'MILLY' F.3 BARBEE, KEZIAH S.2 BARCLAY, JOHN SR.1) was born 1870 in New Hill, Wake County, NC.  
She married ANDERSON.  
	
Children of ELLA RAND and ANDERSON are:
	i.	E.R.5 ANDERSON, b. December 1894, Leigh, Amelia, Virginia.
	ii.	G.R. ANDERSON, b. July 1896, Leigh, Amelia, Virginia.

21.  MARY M.4 BARBEE (EDGAR B.3, KEZIAH S.2 BARCLAY, JOHN SR.1) was born August 27, 1886 in Wake County, NC, and died 
February 16, 1961 in Rex Hosp., Raleigh, NC.  She married (1) HARVEY BALL Abt. 1906.  He was born Abt. 1880 in NC.  She 
married (2) GEORGE CROSS Abt. 1912.  He was born Abt. 1884 in Wake County, NC.

Notes for MARY M. BARBEE:
Died Coronary Occlusion, due to fractured hip.
Informant George F. Ball, 3709 Lassiter Mill Road, Raleigh, NC .

More About MARY M. BARBEE:
Burial: February 18, 1961, Oakwood Cemetery, Raleigh, NC
	
Children of MARY BARBEE and HARVEY BALL are:
	i.	NED B. BALL, b. July 28, 1908, Wake County, NC; d. July 07, 1990, Wake County, NC; Stepchild.
	ii.	GEORGE FISHER BALL, b. March 04, 1910, NC; d. July 19, 1964, Rex Hosp., Raleigh, NC; Stepchild; 
m. MARION DENOYER.

Notes for GEORGE FISHER BALL:
Died Carcinoma of Prostate

More About GEORGE FISHER BALL:
Burial: July 21, 1964, Oakwood Cemetery, Raleigh, NC


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