Person:Charles P. Cabaniss

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Charles P. Cabaniss


 Cotton Gin (Built and Operated)

Born:December 22, 1773, Amelia County, VA
Died:May 20, 1825, Hazelgreen, Madison County, AL
Buried:Maple Hill Cemetery, Huntsville, AL
Father of:Septimus Douglass Cabaniss


Notes:

•  Married Lucy Worsham Ingram (1775-1827) on January 9, 1795 In Mecklenburg County, VA. - Ancestry.com

•  Father of:
1. Elizabeth Hamlette Cabaniss, 1795 - 1859
2. Martha Patsy Worsham Cabaniss, 1797 - 1879
3. Carolina Clay Cabaniss, 1800 - 1821
4. James Bryan Cabaniss, 1802 -
5. Sarah Ann H. Cabaniss, 1804 -
6. Arrabella Cabaniss, 1806 -
7. John McNary Cabaniss, 1807 -
8. Alfred Burgess Cabaniss, 1808 - 1871
9. William M. Cabaniss, 1810 - 1837
10. Felix T. Cabaniss, 1812 -
11. Charles Cabaniss, 1814 - 1880
12. Septimus D. Cabaniss, 1815 - 1889
13. Lelia T. Cabaniss, 1818 - - Ancestry.com

•  Son of Charles Cabaniss (1754-1815) and Ann Hayes Cabaniss - Ancestry.com

•  The first cotton gin in the county and probably in the State was erected by Charles Cabaniss on Barren Fork of the Flint River (soon after the land sales in 1809). The Gin was referred to by a chronicle of the times as a cotton factory. - Betts


Related Links:
•  Ancestry.com - Page owned by Jamie Boyd and requires Ancestry.com membership to view.
•  Betts - Early history of Huntsville, Alabama 1804 to 1870 by Edward Chambers Betts, © 1916, page 30.
•  Find a Grave - Created by Graveaddiction, May 02, 2005. Cemetery photos added by "Bob & Kathy"


The Following Pages Link to this Page:
•  Septimus Douglass Cabaniss



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