African American genealogy in Nelson County, Virginia
Dr. William Cabell wall plaque at Midway Mills, Nelson County, Virginia
Bremo Estate in Fluvanna, Virginia
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Nicholas Family
of Wingina

Liberty Hall at Warminster owned by Dr. William Cabell, owner of the Swan Creek Plantation, Lovingston, Nelson, Virginia

Allen Family
Bailey Family
Barber/Barbour Family
Beverly Family
Bolden Family
Bowling Family
Braddock Family
Cabbell Family
Callen Family
Cashwell Family
Christian Family
Clopton Family
Coleman Family
Cottrell Family
Crockett Family
Diggs Family
Durrett Family
Early Family
Edmunds Family
Ellis Family
Epps Family
Essex Family
Fleming Family
Giles Family
Gilmore Family
Glover Family
Horsley Family
Hughes Family
Johnson Family
Jemison Family
Jett Family
Kidd Family
Ligon Family
Loving Family
Mack Family
Mayo Family
Mead(e,s) Family
Meredith Family
Mitchell Family
Morse Family
Napier Family
Nicholas Family
Oakrum Family
Page Family
Payne Family
Penn / Pinn Family
Powell Family
Revely Family
Rose Family
Sandidge Family
Shipman Family
Steptoe Family
Strange Family
Taliaferro / Toliver Family
Tompkins Family
Thompson Family
Vaughn / Vaughan Family
Venable Family
Whitlock Family
Woodson Family
Yancy Family
aunt Irene Nicholas & grandmom Carlie Ann Allen
Cabell family at Edgewood - Wingina, Nelson, VA

African American Heritage
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Christian, Brown, Allen and Hughes family connections
of Lovingston, Nelson, Virginia

(Mulatto / African American lines)

This is just an introduction to the Christian family connection.

In order to connect to the "Christian" family, we'll have to look at my great grandfather Alex Allen sister's daughter. (See "Allen family").
Her name was Ida Allen, born in 1860, who married Moses Brown, born 1857.

marriage of Moses Brown and Ida Allen

Here is the family branch of Moses Brown, and Ida Allen in 1910.
1910 Lovingston census record of the family of Moses Brown and Ida Allen

Moses, and Ida's daughter Sarah, born 1895, married Willie Hughes, born 1891.
marriage of Willie Hughes and Sarah Brown

Willie was the son of Rev. Richard Hughes, and Sallie R. Chistian, A.K.A. "Ms. Sallie Hughes". Sallie Hughes was our first family historian. Her son, Willie's brother, was Rev. Charles S. Hughes, A.K.A. "The Preacher of Nelson County". (See "Bailey family").
Rev. Richard Hughes, and Sallie, founded many of the original African American Baptist Churches in Nelson County, and also trained two addition relatives, who were brothers, in the ministry. Their names were reverends William and Walter Meredith of Shipman, Nelson, VA.

Sallie, born 1869, was the daughter of George, and Ellen Christian. This branch of the "Christian" line resided on the borders of Nelson County, and Amherst, in the area of Temperance, Amherst, VA.

Portions of this line of ancestors, were slaves of the "Mosby, Scruggs, and Massie" families, and were sent to work the plantations in Massies Mill. They married into the "Allen, Cashwell, Clarkson, Carter, Cary, Ellis, Giles, Harris, Loving, Morse, Robinson, Rhodes, Taliaferro / Toliver, Thompson, Rhodes, and Walker families.

Sallie's father George Christian had ten siblings. His brother Washington "Wash" Christian, born 1817 was sent to work on the "Mosby" plantation. Wash's son Nathan Christian, born 1852 married Paulina "Lena" Horsley, born 1858. Lena's first husband was Tom Mitchell. This is one of the area where the "Mitchell" family line attaches.

marriage of Nathan Christian and Paulina Horsley

Paulina Horsley, was the daughter of Frederick Horsley, and Milly Whitlock.
(See "Horsley family").













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In depth look at the "Christian" family of Lovingston, Nelson, VA - Amherst to Massies Mill (1788 - 1981)