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Virginia-US — 1812
1861-1862 — Portsmouth, Virginia
Samuel Morgan Lewis
1785 Description: Ship joiner
Jamestown, Virginia Death: 23 Jul 1862
1835 – 1917
1838 – 1916
Description: Ship joiner1830 Age: 45 Residence
1814 — Virginia
War of 1812, info-U.S. Army, Register of Enlistments, 1798-1914
1862 — Portsmouth, Virginia
Samuel Morgan LEWIS, was buried at the same cemetery as his son John H. LEWIS Lora_Handiboeadded this on 19 Jul 2012 http://files.usgwarchives.net/va/portsmouth/cemeteries/portlock-h-l.txt NOTE THE LEWIS' BURIED THERE.
1785 — Virginia
FURTHER INFO?Sarah Attaway Miller Birth1785inPort Royal, Caroline, Virginia, United StatesDeath LivingDeathMar 1850inPort Royal, Caroline, Virginia, United States T
1700's-present — Warner Hall, VA
A LEWIS descendant and researcher, pursuing more info re: LEWIS' of Warner Hall.
This LEWIS, is searching for more info re: Samuel Morgan LEWIS', parents as there is varying info on that.
Thanks for your reply. This geneaology research is fascinating to me, also. I am just wondering about how sure you are that Samuel Morgan Lewis was the son of George Washington Lewis. I have found another tree in Geni.com that seems to show exactly what you have found, as well. At some point, I would like to go back to Virginia and do some searching for original sources, if possible. I went to Kenmore Plantation in Fredericksburg over a year ago and saw a geneaology chart and saw the name Samuel Lewis, but no John Henry Lewis. I am thinking that perhaps Samuel Morgan Lewis had two wives and our family comes from the second wife, who was Frances Pulley. The first wife seems to be Sarah Attaway in the book "Lewis of Warner Hall" by Merrow Egerton Sorley. I think there also may be a genealogy chart at Woodlawn Plantation (near Mount Vernon) where Lawrence Lewis and Nellie Custis-Lewis
(George Washington's adopted grand-daughter) lived. Lawrence Lewis was the brother of George Washington Lewis.
In a message dated 7/19/2012 9:30:12 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time, firstname.lastname@example.org
> The family listed below, including the dates are more in keeping with the book
> "Lewis of Warner Hall." I have looked at an on-line version of the book through
> Google Books. I wonder if it was possible that Samuel Morgan Lewis and Sarah
> Attaway Lewis nee Miller may have divorced after 1820 and Samuel M. Lewis,
> remarried Frances Pulley? Divorce, I imagine, was not very common back then.
> The birth dates 1780 vs 1785 and locations, Berryville vs. Jamestown seem to
> diverge for Samuel Lewis.