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- Papers, 1814-1822, of Henry Edward Watkins (1782-1856), captain of cavalry in Prince Edward County, Virginia, consisting of a statement, dated 9 September 1814, from Wortham and McGruder to Watkins, containing the account of Lieutenant Fuqua and troops while staying at the Bell Tavern; and muster roll of the troop of cavalry in Prince Edward County commanded by Watkins
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- Henry Edward Watkins was born 19 February 1782 in Prince Edward County, Virginia, to Francis Watkins (1745-1826) and Agnes Woodson Watkins (1748-1820). He served as captain of the Prince Edward County militia cavalry. Watkins married Agnes Woodson Venable (1786-1868) 30 September 1811 and they had 11 children. Watkins died 6 August 1856 in Prince Edward County and was buried at his home "Poplar Hill."
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