The Resource T. H. Bakewell memorandum, 1876
- T. H. Bakewell memorandum, 1876
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- Children. -- Ohio | Belmont County
- Bakewell family
- Marshall County (W. Va.) -- History -- 19th century
- Bakewell, T. H., (Theron Hervey), 1800-1889
- Castleman, Albert, b. 1871
- Children. -- West Virginia | Marshall County
- Belmont County (Ohio) -- History -- 19th century
- Castleman family
- Castleman, Sarah Sallie Minnie Bell, 1869-1937
- Memorandum, 7 April 1876, by T. H. Bakewell (1800-1889) of Marshall County, West Virginia, regarding Charles L. Castleman (b. ca. 1835) and his children (Sarah) Sallie Minnie Bell (b. 1869) and Albert (b. 1871), all of Belmont County, Ohio. Castleman intended on leaving his children with Bakewell and family. Bakewell records the children's birth dates as 1868 and 1870
- Biographical or historical data
- Theron Hervey Bakewell was born 4 September 1800 in Lichfield, England, to Samuel Rupert Bakewell and Anne Maria Bakewell. The family emigrated to the United States and settled in Brooke County, (West) Virginia. T. H. Blakewell became a businessman in northwestern Virginia, serving as agent for the United States Telegraph, agent for a glass company, an engineer, and a merchant. He married a widow, Mary Bell Martin Tomlinson (b. 1803), 12 August 1841, and they lived in Marshall County, (West) Virginia. They had three children. Bakewell died 23 December 1889 in Marshall County. Bakewell's sister, Selina Huntingdon Bakewell (ca. 1803-1897) was the second wife of Alexander Campbell (1788-1866), the founder of the Disciples of Christ.
- Charles L. Castleman was born about 1835 and resided in Belmont County, Ohio. He married Catharine Richner (b. ca. 1842) 2 April 1863 and they had two children: Sarah "Sallie" Minnie Bell (b. 15 November 1869) and Albert (born 20 February 1871). Sallie Castleman was adopted by John and Jerusha Cleland of Belmont County by 1880. She married George E. Blyth in 1894 and they had four children. Sallie Castleman Blyth died in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in 1937.
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- Location of other archival material
- Bakewell family papers, 1804-1918 (LVA accession 24506).
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