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  • ID: I1737
  • Name: Robert ABERNATHY
  • Prefix: <<< <<<
  • Given Name: Robert
  • Surname: Abernathy
  • Suffix: (I, 1st) - [1624] [Abernethy]
  • Nickname: +Cubishe/Coppage/Cabbigo
  • Sex: M
  • _UID: ABB92092F45E1B44B335CB2E90156D954F3E
  • Change Date: 28 JAN 2015
  • Note:
    [Abernethy.FTW]

    Immigrated to Jamestown, Virginia around 1648, and served four years as a n indentured servant.

    Another source gives the year of his birth as 1632 and the location as B aniff, Scotland. [27,000 Individuals in Western NC and Eastern TN]

    Robert Abernethy is believed to be the first Abernethy to locate i n the United States. According to Charles City County, Virginia, recor ds, 1655-1665, page 53 is the following account: "Whereas Robt. Abernat hy hath produced and proved an acct. of disbursements & charges for Geo . Armstrong deed amount 1258 lbs. Tob. which he hath paid...April 21, 1 656." Apparently this is the earliest record indicating him living in C harles City County, Virginia. There are several other records that app arently refer to the same man.
    On April 25, 1656, Robert Abernethy and Sara Abernethy, his wife, a greed that in case she died first, her cow and two heifers should go to h er oldest daughter, Sara Cubisha. This surely indicates that he had ma rried a widow with one or more children and most likely was expecting a nother child.
    Another Charles City County, Virginia, record indicates that on Ap ril 26, 1656, Andrew Armstrong was ordered to pay to and secure to Robe rt Abernathie 2186 lbs. of tobacco.
    On October 16, 1657, there is an order to pay Robert Abernathie fo r 5 days work.
    On May 12, 1658, Robert Abernathy was ordered to pay to Capt. Thos . Staggs for the estate of George Armstrong, deceased, 340 lbs. of toba cco due by bill.
    On October 5, 1661, Patrick Ramsey was bound to Robert Abernathy u ntil 21.
    On May 13, 1662, a memo said that James Wallace had received full s atisfaction from Robert Abernethy of the cattle that he had in his cust ody pertaining to Patrick Ramsey, orphan. Also, in the same record, Ro bert Abernethy sat on a coroners jury to determine the death of a man b elonging to Theodorick Black, Esq., drowned.
    On February 4, 1664, a Patrick Jackson sold adjoining land to Aber nathy. In Patent Book No. 5, page 567, is the following record: "Rober t Abernathe...one hundred acres...Charles City Co....South side James R iver, adjoining James Walis, Thos. Duglas & the quarter land part of la rger patent granted to Patrick Johnson & Richard Barker by the said Jac kson sold unto the said Abirnathe...Seventh of March; One Thousand Six h undred and Sixty-Five."
    On May 8, 1665, Robert Abernathy sat on coroners jury with Thos. P arham.
    Also this account: "February 3, 1685, Attachment to Ben Foster aga inst Estate of Robert Abernathy for 200 lbs. of tobacco." Therefore, it i s very likely that Robert Abernethy died during January, 1685 or just b efore. Thus far a list of Robert's and Sara's children has not been fo und by this writer. [Rev. Edward B. Smith, Jr., "James Abernethy 1790- 1859 His Forefathers and His Descendants," June 1965, 274.] [Abernethy. FTW]

    Immigrated to Jamestown, Virginia around 1648, and served four years as a n indentured servant.

    Another source gives the year of his birth as 1632 and the location as B aniff, Scotland. [27,000 Individuals in Western NC and Eastern TN]

    Robert Abernethy is believed to be the first Abernethy to locate i n the United States. According to Charles City County, Virginia, recor ds, 1655-1665, page 53 is the following account: "Whereas Robt. Abernat hy hath produced and proved an acct. of disbursements & charges for Geo . Armstrong deed amount 1258 lbs. Tob. which he hath paid...April 21, 1 656." Apparently this is the earliest record indicating him living in C harles City County, Virginia. There are several other records that app arently refer to the same man.
    On April 25, 1656, Robert Abernethy and Sara Abernethy, his wife, a greed that in case she died first, her cow and two heifers should go to h er oldest daughter, Sara Cubisha. This surely indicates that he had ma rried a widow with one or more children and most likely was expecting a nother child.
    Another Charles City County, Virginia, record indicates that on Ap ril 26, 1656, Andrew Armstrong was ordered to pay to and secure to Robe rt Abernathie 2186 lbs. of tobacco.
    On October 16, 1657, there is an order to pay Robert Abernathie fo r 5 days work.
    On May 12, 1658, Robert Abernathy was ordered to pay to Capt. Thos . Staggs for the estate of George Armstrong, deceased, 340 lbs. of toba cco due by bill.
    On October 5, 1661, Patrick Ramsey was bound to Robert Abernathy u ntil 21.
    On May 13, 1662, a memo said that James Wallace had received full s atisfaction from Robert Abernethy of the cattle that he had in his cust ody pertaining to Patrick Ramsey, orphan. Also, in the same record, Ro bert Abernethy sat on a coroners jury to determine the death of a man b elonging to Theodorick Black, Esq., drowned.
    On February 4, 1664, a Patrick Jackson sold adjoining land to Aber nathy. In Patent Book No. 5, page 567, is the following record: "Rober t Abernathe...one hundred acres...Charles City Co....South side James R iver, adjoining James Walis, Thos. Duglas & the quarter land part of la rger patent granted to Patrick Johnson & Richard Barker by the said Jac kson sold unto the said Abirnathe...Seventh of March; One Thousand Six h undred and Sixty-Five."
    On May 8, 1665, Robert Abernathy sat on coroners jury with Thos. P arham.
    Also this account: "February 3, 1685, Attachment to Ben Foster aga inst Estate of Robert Abernathy for 200 lbs. of tobacco." Therefore, it i s very likely that Robert Abernethy died during January, 1685 or just b efore. Thus far a list of Robert's and Sara's children has not been fo und by this writer. [Rev. Edward B. Smith, Jr., "James Abernethy 1790- 1859 His Forefathers and His Descendants," June 1965, 274.] [Abernethy. FTW]

    Immigrated to Jamestown, Virginia around 1648, and served four years as a n indentured servant.

    Another source gives the year of his birth as 1632 and the location as B aniff, Scotland. [27,000 Individuals in Western NC and Eastern TN]

    Robert Abernethy is believed to be the first Abernethy to locate i n the United States. According to Charles City County, Virginia, recor ds, 1655-1665, page 53 is the following account: "Whereas Robt. Abernat hy hath produced and proved an acct. of disbursements & charges for Geo . Armstrong deed amount 1258 lbs. Tob. which he hath paid...April 21, 1 656." Apparently this is the earliest record indicating him living in C harles City County, Virginia. There are several other records that app arently refer to the same man.
    On April 25, 1656, Robert Abernethy and Sara Abernethy, his wife, a greed that in case she died first, her cow and two heifers should go to h er oldest daughter, Sara Cubisha. This surely indicates that he had ma rried a widow with one or more children and most likely was expecting a nother child.
    Another Charles City County, Virginia, record indicates that on Ap ril 26, 1656, Andrew Armstrong was ordered to pay to and secure to Robe rt Abernathie 2186 lbs. of tobacco.
    On October 16, 1657, there is an order to pay Robert Abernathie fo r 5 days work.
    On May 12, 1658, Robert Abernathy was ordered to pay to Capt. Thos . Staggs for the estate of George Armstrong, deceased, 340 lbs. of toba cco due by bill.
    On October 5, 1661, Patrick Ramsey was bound to Robert Abernathy u ntil 21.
    On May 13, 1662, a memo said that James Wallace had received full s atisfaction from Robert Abernethy of the cattle that he had in his cust ody pertaining to Patrick Ramsey, orphan. Also, in the same record, Ro bert Abernethy sat on a coroners jury to determine the death of a man b elonging to Theodorick Black, Esq., drowned.
    On February 4, 1664, a Patrick Jackson sold adjoining land to Aber nathy. In Patent Book No. 5, page 567, is the following record: "Rober t Abernathe...one hundred acres...Charles City Co....South side James R iver, adjoining James Walis, Thos. Duglas & the quarter land part of la rger patent granted to Patrick Johnson & Richard Barker by the said Jac kson sold unto the said Abirnathe...Seventh of March; One Thousand Six h undred and Sixty-Five."
    On May 8, 1665, Robert Abernathy sat on coroners jury with Thos. P arham.
    Also this account: "February 3, 1685, Attachment to Ben Foster aga inst Estate of Robert Abernathy for 200 lbs. of tobacco." Therefore, it i s very likely that Robert Abernethy died during January, 1685 or just b efore. Thus far a list of Robert's and Sara's children has not been fo und by this writer. [Rev. Edward B. Smith, Jr., "James Abernethy 1790- 1859 His Forefathers and His Descendants," June 1965, 274.] [Abernethy. FTW]

    Immigrated to Jamestown, Virginia around 1648, and served four years as a n indentured servant.

    Another source gives the year of his birth as 1632 and the location as B aniff, Scotland. [27,000 Individuals in Western NC and Eastern TN]

    Robert Abernethy is believed to be the first Abernethy to locate i n the United States. According to Charles City County, Virginia, recor ds, 1655-1665, page 53 is the following account: "Whereas Robt. Abernat hy hath produced and proved an acct. of disbursements & charges for Geo . Armstrong deed amount 1258 lbs. Tob. which he hath paid...April 21, 1 656." Apparently this is the earliest record indicating him living in C harles City County, Virginia. There are several other records that app arently refer to the same man.
    On April 25, 1656, Robert Abernethy and Sara Abernethy, his wife, a greed that in case she died first, her cow and two heifers should go to h er oldest daughter, Sara Cubisha. This surely indicates that he had ma rried a widow with one or more children and most likely was expecting a nother child.
    Another Charles City County, Virginia, record indicates that on Ap ril 26, 1656, Andrew Armstrong was ordered to pay to and secure to Robe rt Abernathie 2186 lbs. of tobacco.
    On October 16, 1657, there is an order to pay Robert Abernathie fo r 5 days work.
    On May 12, 1658, Robert Abernathy was ordered to pay to Capt. Thos . Staggs for the estate of George Armstrong, deceased, 340 lbs. of toba cco due by bill.
    On October 5, 1661, Patrick Ramsey was bound to Robert Abernathy u ntil 21.
    On May 13, 1662, a memo said that James Wallace had received full s atisfaction from Robert Abernethy of the cattle that he had in his cust ody pertaining to Patrick Ramsey, orphan. Also, in the same record, Ro bert Abernethy sat on a coroners jury to determine the death of a man b elonging to Theodorick Black, Esq., drowned.
    On February 4, 1664, a Patrick Jackson sold adjoining land to Aber nathy. In Patent Book No. 5, page 567, is the following record: "Rober t Abernathe...one hundred acres...Charles City Co....South side James R iver, adjoining James Walis, Thos. Duglas & the quarter land part of la rger patent granted to Patrick Johnson & Richard Barker by the said Jac kson sold unto the said Abirnathe...Seventh of March; One Thousand Six h undred and Sixty-Five."
    On May 8, 1665, Robert Abernathy sat on coroners jury with Thos. P arham.
    Also this account: "February 3, 1685, Attachment to Ben Foster aga inst Estate of Robert Abernathy for 200 lbs. of tobacco." Therefore, it i s very likely that Robert Abernethy died during January, 1685 or just b efore. Thus far a list of Robert's and Sara's children has not been fo und by this writer. [Rev. Edward B. Smith, Jr., "James Abernethy 1790- 1859 His Forefathers and His Descendants," June 1965, 274.] [Abernethy. FTW]

    Immigrated to Jamestown, Virginia around 1648, and served four years as a n indentured servant.

    Another source gives the year of his birth as 1632 and the location as B aniff, Scotland. [27,000 Individuals in Western NC and Eastern TN]

    Robert Abernethy is believed to be the first Abernethy to locate i n the United States. According to Charles City County, Virginia, recor ds, 1655-1665, page 53 is the following account: "Whereas Robt. Abernat hy hath produced and proved an acct. of disbursements & charges for Geo . Armstrong deed amount 1258 lbs. Tob. which he hath paid...April 21, 1 656." Apparently this is the earliest record indicating him living in C harles City County, Virginia. There are several other records that app arently refer to the same man.
    On April 25, 1656, Robert Abernethy and Sara Abernethy, his wife, a greed that in case she died first, her cow and two heifers should go to h er oldest daughter, Sara Cubisha. This surely indicates that he had ma rried a widow with one or more children and most likely was expecting a nother child.
    Another Charles City County, Virginia, record indicates that on Ap ril 26, 1656, Andrew Armstrong was ordered to pay to and secure to Robe rt Abernathie 2186 lbs. of tobacco.
    On October 16, 1657, there is an order to pay Robert Abernathie fo r 5 days work.
    On May 12, 1658, Robert Abernathy was ordered to pay to Capt. Thos . Staggs for the estate of George Armstrong, deceased, 340 lbs. of toba cco due by bill.
    On October 5, 1661, Patrick Ramsey was bound to Robert Abernathy u ntil 21.
    On May 13, 1662, a memo said that James Wallace had received full s atisfaction from Robert Abernethy of the cattle that he had in his cust ody pertaining to Patrick Ramsey, orphan. Also, in the same record, Ro bert Abernethy sat on a coroners jury to determine the death of a man b elonging to Theodorick Black, Esq., drowned.
    On February 4, 1664, a Patrick Jackson sold adjoining land to Aber nathy. In Patent Book No. 5, page 567, is the following record: "Rober t Abernathe...one hundred acres...Charles City Co....South side James R iver, adjoining James Walis, Thos. Duglas & the quarter land part of la rger patent granted to Patrick Johnson & Richard Barker by the said Jac kson sold unto the said Abirnathe...Seventh of March; One Thousand Six h undred and Sixty-Five."
    On May 8, 1665, Robert Abernathy sat on coroners jury with Thos. P arham.
    Also this account: "February 3, 1685, Attachment to Ben Foster aga inst Estate of Robert Abernathy for 200 lbs. of tobacco." Therefore, it i s very likely that Robert Abernethy died during January, 1685 or just b efore. Thus far a list of Robert's and Sara's children has not been fo und by this writer. [Rev. Edward B. Smith, Jr., "James Abernethy 1790- 1859 His Forefathers and His Descendants," June 1965, 274.]This individ ual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/joannhe lton/3/data/4964This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www. gencircles.com/users/joannhelton/3/data/4964This individual was found o n GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/joannhelton/3/data/496 4 [brianabernathy.FTW]

    Robert was one of 1610 prisoners of war shipped to America by the year 1 652, and arrived in Jamestown, Va where he served 4 years as an indentu red servant. He appears to have been on the losing Scots side against O liver Cromwell's English Roundheads in either the battle of Dunbar on S ept 3, 1650 or the battle of Worcester on Sept 3, 1651. The losing Scot s were lead by Lord David Leslie. The final battle took place at Worce ster, England by the river Severn, and resulted in 3000 dead Scots and u p to 10,000 prisoners.

    Some information on Robert came from these sources:

    "The Robert Abernethy Family" by Arvord M. Abernethy

    "Abernethy Family in Scotland, Virginia and Alabama" by Thomas Perkins A bernethy [brianabernathy.FTW]

    Robert was one of 1610 prisoners of war shipped to America by the year 1 652, and arrived in Jamestown, Va where he served 4 years as an indentu red servant. He appears to have been on the losing Scots side against O liver Cromwell's English Roundheads in either the battle of Dunbar on S ept 3, 1650 or the battle of Worcester on Sept 3, 1651. The losing Scot s were lead by Lord David Leslie. The final battle took place at Worce ster, England by the river Severn, and resulted in 3000 dead Scots and u p to 10,000 prisoners.

    Some information on Robert came from these sources:

    "The Robert Abernethy Family" by Arvord M. Abernethy

    "Abernethy Family in Scotland, Virginia and Alabama" by Thomas Perkins A bernethy [brianabernathy.FTW]

    Robert was one of 1610 prisoners of war shipped to America by the year 1 652, and arrived in Jamestown, Va where he served 4 years as an indentu red servant. He appears to have been on the losing Scots side against O liver Cromwell's English Roundheads in either the battle of Dunbar on S ept 3, 1650 or the battle of Worcester on Sept 3, 1651. The losing Scot s were lead by Lord David Leslie. The final battle took place at Worce ster, England by the river Severn, and resulted in 3000 dead Scots and u p to 10,000 prisoners.

    Some information on Robert came from these sources:

    "The Robert Abernethy Family" by Arvord M. Abernethy

    "Abernethy Family in Scotland, Virginia and Alabama" by Thomas Perkins A bernethy
    1 2 3 4 5
  • Birth: 1624
  • _SDATE: 1 JUL 1624 in Baniff Scotland
  • Note:
    Abernathy/Abernethy Family Genealogy
    Entries: 11074 Updated: Fri Oct 31 07:17:07 2003 Contact: Brian A bernathy
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    # ID: I00143
    # Name: Robert Abernethy
    # Sex: M
    # Birth: 1624 in Scotland
    # Death: JAN 1684/85 in James River, Prince George Co, Va
    # Note:

    [brianabernathy.FTW]

    Robert was one of 1610 prisoners of war shipped to America by the y ear 1652, and arrived in Jamestown, Va where he served 4 years as an in dentured servant. He appears to have been on the losing Scots side agai nst Oliver Cromwell's English Roundheads in either the battle of Dunbar o n Sept 3, 1650 or the battle of Worcester on Sept 3, 1651. The losing S cots were lead by Lord David Leslie. The final battle took place at Wor cester, England by the river Severn, and resulted in 3000 dead Scots an d up to 10,000 prisoners.

    Some information on Robert came from these sources:

    "The Robert Abernethy Family" by Arvord M. Abernethy

    "Abernethy Family in Scotland, Virginia and Alabama" by Thomas Perk ins Abernethy



    Father: George Abernethy De Barrie b: in Scotland

    Marriage 1 Sarah Cabbigo b: 1628

    * Married: 1657 in Bristol Parish, VA

    Children

    1. Has Children Robert Abernethy b: 1656 in Prince George Co, VA

    source:
    http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=bri ana&id=I00143

    added:
    10jan2009
    1 5
  • Christening: EST 1632
  • _SDATE: 1 JUL 1632 Scotland 1 2 3 4 5
  • Death: BET 1683 AND 1685
  • _SDATE: 1 JUL 1683 in Giles County, TN (or VA) 1 5
  • Event: Alt. Death JAN 1684/5
  • _SDATE: 15 JAN 1685 James River, Prince George Co, Va 6 1 2 7 3 7 4 5



    Father: George [Abernethy] ABERNETHY DE BARRIE b: 1600 in Barrie, Scotland

    Marriage 1 Sarah CUBISHE\COPPAGE\CABBIGO b: 1628
    • Married: 8 APR 1657 in Bristo; Parish, VA
    • Note:
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      # ID: I06071
      # Name: Robert Abernathy
      # Sex: M
      # Birth: 1624
      # Death: 1684 in Virginia

      Marriage 1 Sarah Cubishe

      * Married: 1655 in Charles City, Virginia

      Children

      1. Has Children Robert Abernathy b: 1656 in Virginia

      source:
      http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=moo nbeam&id=I06071

      added:
      26dec2008
      1 5
    Children
    1. Has Children ROBERT - ["The Immigrant"\Endentured Servant] ABERNATHY b: 1656 in Prince George County, Virginia c: ABT 1660 in Charles County, Virginia

    Sources:
    1. Abbrev: GEDCOM file imported on 23 Sep 2009 - CAA's GEDCOM Backup file - hard drive
      Title: GEDCOM file submitted by Cathy Ann Abernathygmail.com. Created on 17 AU G 2009. Imported on 23 Sep 2009.
    2. Abbrev: GEDCOM file imported on 16 Jun 2006
      Title: GEDCOM file. Created on Jun 16, 2006. Imported on 16 Jun 2006.
    3. Abbrev: GEDCOM file imported on 30 Apr 2005
      Title: GEDCOM file. Created on 30 APR 2005. Imported on 30 Apr 2005.
    4. Abbrev: GEDCOM file imported on 16 Oct 2005
      Title: GEDCOM file. Created on 16 OCT 2005. Imported on 16 Oct 2005.
    5. Abbrev: GEDCOM file imported on 14 Mar 2014 - CAA's GEDCOM backup - hard drive
      Title: GEDCOM file submitted by Cathy Abernathy - GEDCOM archive from harddriv e - recovered file, weavercat@gmail.com. Created on 12 MAR 2014. Import ed on 14 Mar 2014.
    6. Abbrev: Brian Abernathy
      Title: briana@att.net
    7. Abbrev: brianabernathy.FTW
      Title: brianabernathy.FTW
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