Gabriel Edmonston was born on 9 March 1839 in Maryland.
Gabriel Edmonston (Rebecca Follin) was born on 29 March 1839 and died after 1911. He married first to Mary Ann Follin, 21 March 1865, the daughter of Madison Follin and Elizabeth Bise. She was born 12 March 1843 and died on 28 October 1869 in Warrenton, Virginia. He married a second time to Mary Irwin Barker, 1 December 1875. SHe died on 4 December 1889. He married a third time to Roberta Rhomas, 8 January 1908, daughter of Robert Thomas and Mary Pearson. She was born on 12 February 1871.
Gabriel was the son of Nathan and Rebecca Follin Edmonston.Gabriel was cousin's with his first wife Mary and his third wife Roberta. Roberta's parent's were Robert F. and Mary E. Pearson Thomas.Therefore she was a cousin of Gabriel.
A genealogical history of the Follin family in America
Stmnt.Resp. by Gabriel Edmonston
Authors Edmonston, Gabriel (Main Author)
Notes Facsimile reprint. Originally published: Washington, D.C. : G. Edmonston, c1911.
John Follin was born 5 September 1761 in Falls Church, Fairfax County, Virginia. His parents were William Follin and Bathsheba Hurst. He fought in the American Revolution. He married Catherine Sandford in 1787. They had twenty-one children. She died in 1813. He married Mary Barker in about 1817 and they had nine children. He died in 1841. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Virginia, Maryland and Ohio.
Includes Ballenger, Barker, Cockrell, Dickey, Edmonston, Lanham, McDaniel, Pearson, Sanders, Standford, Sims, Strother, Thomas, Tucker, Wiley and related families.
SGT F 4TH VA INF CSA
- DATE OF DEATH: 05/16/1918
- BURIED AT: SECTION CONFE SITE 176-A
EDMONSTON, ROBERTA WID/O GABRIEL
- DATE OF BIRTH: 02/12/1871
- DATE OF DEATH: 03/18/1954
- BURIED AT: SECTION 16 SITE 176-A
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