BirthSep 1833, Augusta County, VA23300,23301,23260,23304,23305,23274,23306
Birth MemoPrince William County, VA? Loudon County, VA? 1835? 1844?
Census1860, Highland County, VA23300
Census MemoMeadow Dale
Census1870, Bath County, VA23301
Census MemoWarm Springs
Death7 Feb 1879, Bath County, VA23307,23308,23260,23261,23274,23309
Death Memo1880? Feb 1886?
Burialaft 7 Feb 1879, Warm Springs, Bath County, VA23260
Burial MemoGeorge W. Cleek Cemetery, north of Warm Springs
Anst File#AFN:S7SF-SP
FatherWilliam J. Weldon (ca1813-)
MotherNancy (ca1813-)
Misc. Notes
Picture courtesy of Lee Bowers <Millard.Bowers[at]sce.com>23299
Research
1880 VA Census Bath, Warm Springs Twp p. 14 ln 16 Cleek, Anna M. L. 3612427 (she was deceased in 1879?)
Spouses
Birth MemoMar 1831?
Census1840, Bath County, VA9022,23256
Census1850, Bath County, VA23249,23252,23286
Census1860, Meadow Dale, Highland County, VA23256
Census1870, Warm Springs, Bath County, VA23255
Undefined27 Jul 1870, Warm Springs, Bath County, VA23290
Undefined Memoreported on the death of his son, James Thomas Cleek
Undefined27 Jun 1878, Bath County, VA23257
Undefined MemoCertified in Court for artificial limb for soldiers maimed in war
Undefined7 Feb 1879, Bath County, VA23277
Undefined Memoreported on the death of his wife, M. L. Cleek
Census1880, Warm Springs, Bath County, VA23283,23267
Census1900, Warm Springs, Bath County, VA23291
Death29 Mar 1901, Mountain Grove, Bath County, VA23292,23259,23293,23294,23274,23276
Burialaft 29 Mar 1901, Warm Springs, Bath County, VA23259,23276
Burial MemoGeorge W. Cleek Cemetery, North of Warm Springs
OccupationFarmer, Merchant23256,23255,23295,23296,23297,23298
Anst File#AFN:S7SG-5K23250
FatherJohn W. Cleek Jr. (1803-1887)
MotherSarah Kimes (1807-1885)
Misc. Notes
Picture courtesy of Lee Bowers <Millard.Bowers[at]sce.com>23299
Military
Pg 110 At the June session of the county court, the justices took the oath of allegiance to the Confederate States. They also appointed the following committees of safety in compliance with the Governor’s proclamation of the preceding April: Jackson’s River: David G. Cleek17475

DavidGCleek00000417.tif 2095 BathCo,VA Court House,Jun27,1878 by HonJohnW.Myres,Judge
..furnishing artificial limbs for soldiers maimed in the late war that DavidG.Cleek is a citizen of VA, lost use of his right arm from a wound received during war that he was during the whole of said war from the latter part of 1861 to the date of his wounding a private soldier in Company F, 11th VA Cavalry

DavidGCleek00000418.tif BathCo,VA Court House,Jun27,1878 I was wounded the 6th day of May 1864 in battle near the Wildes (Wilderness) was in Spottsylvania Co, VA. I was shot in my right arm by a minie ball entering my arm above and near my wrist and passing out above my elbow, partially breaking the bone and so injuring the nerve as to permanently disable my arm. James H. Stewart, H.? Sitlington and Charles F. Revercomb were in the same Company F, 11th VA Cavalry

Roster of Confederate Soldiers pg 1531813
Cleek, D. G.-F-I1 Cav-wounded in action, Wilderness-’64 - died since the war

American Civil War Soldiers1814
David Cleek
Residence: Bath Co, VA
Occupation: Farmer
Enlistment Date: 11 Oct 1862
Enlistment Place: Green Springs, VA
Side Served: Confederacy
State Served: VA
Birth Date: 23 Nov 1831
Death Date: 29 Mar 1901
Death Place: Mountain Grove, Bath Co, VA
Service Record: Enlisted as a Corporal on 11 Oct 1862 at the age of 30; Enlisted in on 11 Oct 1862; Transferred into on 5 Feb 1863; Transferred out of on 5 Feb 1863
Sources: 21

US Civil War Soldier Records & Profiles741
David Gwin Cleek
Residence: Bath Co VA
Occupation: Farmer
Age at Enlistment Date: 10 Nov 1862
Rank at enlistment: Corporal
Enlistment Place: Green Springs, VA
State Served: VA
Survived the War?: Yes
Service Record: Enlisted in on 11 Oct 1862. Mustered out on 5 Feb 1863. Transferred to on 5 Feb 1863
b: 23 Nov 1831
Death Date: 29 Mar 1901
Death Place: Mountain Grove, Bath Co VA
Source: The VA Regimental Histories Series

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865737 (one of these him?)
D. G. Cleek, 11th Regiment, VA Calvary; Side: Confederate; Regiment State: VA
David G. Cleek, 162nd Regiment, VA Militia; Side: Confederate; Regiment State: VA

Confederate Soldiers M2531815
Cleek, David, Co F, 11 VA Cavalry, Confederate, Private, Private
Cleek, David G, Co F, 162 VA Militia, Confederate, Privale, Private
Cleek, D G, Co F, 11 VA Cavalry, Confederate, Private, Private, Original filed under Cleek, David

FindaGrave23276
Pvt David Gwin Cleek, Co. F, 11th VA Cav. Regt

US, Confederate Soldiers Compiled Service Records 1861-51816
David G Cleek b: abt 1832, age 29 Enlistment: 1861; Military Unit: 151 Militia; 157 Militia; 162 Militia
David Cleek; Enlistment Date: 1863; Military Unit: 11th Cavalry
Research
CleckBible0002.tiff David G.Cleeks married on March 27, 84?2095(Could this be a second marriage?)

Chataigne’s VA Business Directory for 1888-1889, Bath County; Principal Farmers: Cleek’s Mills: Jacob Cleek, David G. Cleek, Jack Cleek, Geo W Cleek, and others (File: Genealogy Data, VA/WV, Bath CoVA, Bath Co VA BusDir)

Bath Co Births1944
Pg 90 Recd 3799 Cleek, Mary E, b: 12 Dec 1893 Parents: David & __ G Birth Film Pg & ln #123-1; Related file # 1053 1545 1674 3799 (related people but born almost 20 years later?)

Pg 94 David G. Cleek & Anna M. L. ch: Mary E. b: 12 Dec 1893 Back Creek, Bath, VA Birth Recd 3799362 (born after death of Anna M. L. Cleek? (her mother))

Pg 10 Cleek, Alban & Cleek, David G. Marr Recd 681; Bk 2 Pg 19; Birth Recd Bride 522; Marr Date: 27 Mar 1884; Groom Father: John; Bride Father: Jacob11540 (2nd Marriage?)

1900VABathWarmSpgsD36 Dwg 50 Fam 51 Cleek, Alban G., Wife, W F, B: 1857, 43, Marr 16 yrs, B: VA, Father B: VA, Mother B: VA, Yes Read/Write1819 (2nd Wife? only married 16 years?)
Cleek, Mary E., Dau, W F, B: 1894, 6, Single, B: VA, Father B: VA, Mother B: VA, Yes Read/Write (Another dau by 2nd wife?)
Marriage19 Jun 1855, Williamsville, Bath County, VA23310,23256,23271
Marr Memoby W. Spenser Bu___ (possibly Burnson)
ChildrenEva Virginia (1859-1862)
 George W. (1863-)
 Charles W. (1865-1865)
 Thomas James (1866-1870)
 Robert E. (1869-)
 Nannie C. (1872-)
 John David (1873-1876)
 Sally Byrd (1875-1909)
 Annie W. (1879-)
Last Modified 6 Jun 2014Created 31 Jan 2017 using Reunion 11 by Chris Dunmore