Cleek, Dunmore, Gum, Hill, Stephenson, Suit Family - Person Sheet
Cleek, Dunmore, Gum, Hill, Stephenson, Suit Family - Person Sheet
Memo1849? Cedar Creek, Bath County, VA?
Census23 Jul 1850, Bath County, VA3449,3456,3459,3445
Memo8th District
Census22 Jun 1860, Bath County, VA3462,3476,3444
Census1870, Bath County, VA3461
MemoCedar Creek
Census1880, Bath County, VA3458,3460
MemoCedar Creek
Census1900, Bath County, VA3463,3468
MemoCedar Creek
Census1910, Bath County, VA3464
MemoCedar Creek
Land Purchase22 May 1917, Bath County, VA3477
Memo1/2 lands fm B. H. Cleek (recorded in Deed Bk No.29 pg 244)
Land Sold23 Sep 1923, Bath County, VA1570
Memo$1 conveys land to B H Cleek from 22 Mar 1917 Deed
Death15 Oct 1925, Natural Well, Bath County, VA3478,3479,3480,3481,3482,3483,3381,3484,3485,3486,3487,3389
Memo1:30 pm; Services at Eden Church by Rev. S. A. F. Wagner; asepsis (4 days), contributory Diabetes milletis (10 yrs)
Burial17 Oct 1925, Natural Well, Bath County, VA3488,3489,3381,3490,3389
MemoOld Home Place on the Spur Family Cemetary, Services at Eden Church by Rev S. A. F. Wagner, after one week illness
Anst File#AFN:S7SG-DR3491,3492,3493
FatherAndrew Heart/Hart Walton (1820-1862)
MotherCatherine Hoover (1819-1911)
Misc. Notes
Biography (Cleek’s Early Western Augusta Pioneers, pg 48184): Mary Walton married James Cleek, 17 Sep 1868, Bath Co. James Cleek born 18321419

Not made as guardian of his mother, Catherine Walton & heirs at Law of Andrew H. Walton, dec’d3494
Research
1900 She had 2 more Children whom are Deceased, Cedar Creek, 4B(Pg8of36) Dwg 78 Fam 782386
1910 She only had 4 children, 4 living? Cedar Creek, 21B(42of50) Dwg 2623273

1920 Pg 13B Cedar Creek3216 Ln 100 Lole?, Mary Eugenia, Head, F W 70, Wd, Listed alone (Same page as daughter, Mary Ann Elizabeth and son-in-law, George Hoover. Could this be her? Where is Benjamin? Not on next page.)
Spouses
Memo1832? 1834 Pocahantas Co? 1835?
Census1840, Bath County, VA3369
Census1850, Bath County, VA3301,3370,3367
Memo8th District
Census1860, Bath County, VA3371
MemoCleek P.O.
Census1870, Bath County, VA3372
MemoCedar Creek
Census1880, Bath County, VA3373,3374
MemoCedar Creek
Census1900, Bath County, VA3375,3376
MemoCedar Creek
Will Filed30 Nov 1909, Bath County, VA3377
MemoWill Dated
Death6 Dec 1909, Bath County, VA3378,3379,3380,3381,3382,3383,3384,3385,3386,3387,3388,3389
MemoNatural well, cause of death pneumonia, flooded in Hot Springs, per Aunt Jenny Smith 10 May 2011
Burialaft 6 Dec 1909, Natural Well, Bath County, VA3390,3391
Memoold home place on the Spur
Will Filed11 Feb 1910, Bath County, VA3392
MemoWill Recorded in Will Book No. 8, Page 16
Land Sold11 Feb 1910, Bath County, VA1565
MemoLand to B. Harrison Cleek by Will (recorded in Deed Bk No.8 pg 16)
OccupationLabor on Farm, Farmer, Laborer3393,3394,3395,3396,3397,3398,3399
Anst File#AFN:S7SG-CL3400,3401,3402
FatherJames Hickman Cleek (1801-1879)
MotherIsabella Hoover (1801-1883)
Military
Application of Soldier for Disability by Reason of Disease or the Infirmities of Age2049 JamesCleek00784.tif James Cleek, HotSprings,BathCounty,CoG 11thVA Regiment Cavalry, Capt Dangerfield, Col Funston?, Genl Rossu, Rheumatism&Old Age, Current Age71, B:BathCoVA, Lived BathCo,VA:"all my life", Farmer ever since old enough to work, Cause of disease:exposure, suffered for two years (as of 24 Sep 1903). Entered the service of VA or of the Confederate States: 1861 in Staunton, VA. Command/service: Cavalry under Genl Rossu, in service for 4 years, captured at Point Lookout, 7 months & released on 24 day of June 1865. Two others in the service of your command: J. E. Payne and Robt Wilkinson, Warm Springs, VA.

MAECleek00796.tif2049 Pension Application Mary A. E. Cleek, Branch of Army Husband served: 11th VA Calvary, G Company, Immediate superior officers: Col. Gunston, Capt Dangerfield, comrades: Robert Wilkinson, Warm Springs, VA; persons familary with circumstances of husband's service & death: T. T. Thompson, Hot Springs, VA, G. E. Thomas, Hot Springs, VA; What assistance do you receive: my son B H Cleek takes care of me. How much property do you own: Real Est $950.00, personal blank, Husband on Pension Roll? Yes, Bath Co, VA

Confederate Rosters, v. 1-20, reel 1-10 Microfilm2049, James G. Cleek, Company G, Source: Vol 10, p64 (reel 5)

Bath County - Confederate Pension Rolls, Veterans and Widows3195 Cleek, Mary A. E. Widow

Roster of Confederate Soldiers Pg 1531773
Cleek, James* - G-11 Cav - Died since the war

American Civil War Soldiers1774
James Cleek
Enlistment Date: 14 May 1861
Enlistment Place: Warm Springs, VA
Side Served: Confederacy
State Served: VA
Death Date: 6 Dec 1909
Death Place: Bath Co, VA
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 14 May 1861; Enlisted in Bath Cavalry Co Regiment VA on 14 May 1861; Transferred out of Bath Cavalry Co Regiment VA on 8 May 1862; Transferred into on 8 May 1862; Transferred into on 5 Feb 1863; Transferred out of on 5 Feb 1863
Sources: 21

US Civil War Soldier Records & Profiles666
James G Cleek
Enlistment Date: 14 May 1861
Rank at Enlistment: Private
Enlistment Place: Warm Springs, VA
State Served: VA
Side Served: Confederacy
Survived the War?: Yes
Service Record: Enlisted in on 14 May 1861. Mustered out on 8 May 1862. Transferred to on 8 May 1862. Mustered out on 5 Feb 1863. Transferred to on 5 Feb 1863
Death Date: 6 Dec 1909
Death Place: Bath Co VA
Source: The VA Regimental Histories Series

US Civil War Soldiers 1861-1865662
James Cleek, 11th Regiment, VA Calvary; Company G; Rank In: Private; Rank Out: Private; Side: Confederate; Regiment State: VA; Film # M382 Roll 11

Confederate Soldiers M2531775
Cleek, James, Co G, 11 VA Cavalry, Confederate, Private, Private (Co G, 11 VA Cavalry: Formed in Feb 1863, by the addition of two companies of the 5th Reg’t VA Cav to the 17th (aka the 1st) Batt’s VA Cav, which battalion was made up of seven companies which had previously served in the 7th Reg’t VA Cav, and one company which had previously served in the 24th Batt’s VA Cav)

Confederate Soldiers M324A3403
Card 1: Company G, 11th VA Cavalry, formerly Bath Guards: Foxhall A. Daingerfield; Joseph Mayse; Archd M. McClintic; John A. Warwick; Formerely Daingerfield’s Co 7 Regt VA Cav (no rolls). Co orgd May 8, 62 and evidently formed by the transfers of part of McClesney’s formerly Richards Co 7 VA Cav (no rolls). Served temp. in Jackson’s Squadron VA Cav - afterwards orgd as 14 Regt.
Card 2: Confederate, Co G, 11 Regt VA Cav; Company Muster Roll of the organization named above for Jany & Feby 1863 (dated Feb 28, 1863) shows station of company, Camp near Edenburg; Record of Events: Jany 2, 1863 this company with the Regt left Camp near New Market for Moorefield reached Moorefield morning of third Jany, had a few shells thrown among horses but had not horse or men hurt 12 Jan started on trip. Winchester with 12 VA Cavalry returned after a very disagreeable trip 17 Jany 1863 nobody hurt. Feb 26, 1863 went into fight between Woodstock & Strasburg charged enemy 2 1/2 miles below Strasburg. The Squadron composed of D? & G Cos. being honored with the advance in this fight had one man killed no other scouts marche on fights since last muster. /s/ D. A. Boyd, Copyist
Card 3: Confederate, 11 Cav VA; James Cleek, Pvt, Co G, 11 Reg’t VA Cavalry. Appears on Company Muster Roll of the organization named above for Jan & Feb 1863 (dated Feb 28, 1863); Enlisted: May 14, 1861 Warm Spgs by Capt Richards for 12 M; Last Paid by Maj Selden Oct 31, 1862; Absent: Absent sick since Dec 5, 1863 & left near Strasburg disease typhoid fever. x as on roll. /s/ D A Boyd, Copyist
Card 4: Confederate, G, 11 Cav VA, Jas Clech (sic x as on roll), Pvt, Co G, 11 Regt VA Cav; Appears on a roll of Prisoners of War at Point Lookout, MD; Date of Arrival: Harpers Ferry VA Nov 18, 1864; Where Captured: near Minevath?, When Captured Nov 12, 1864; Remarks: Released oath Jun 24, 1865; Point Lookout, MD, Register No. 2; pg 115 /s/ J N Hammer, Copyist
Card 5: Confederate, 11 VA (hard to read); Jas J. Cleak, Pvt, 11 Regt VA, Name appears as signature to an Oath of Allegiance to the US subscribed & sworn to at Point Lookout, MD Jun 24, 1865; Place of residence: Bath Co VA; Complexion: Dk, Hair: Blk; Eyes: Blue; Height 5’9”; Note: Released at Point Lookout, June 24, 1865, by G.O. No. 109; No. of Roll 33; sheet 17 /s/ MMR
Card 6: Confederate, C, 11 Battn VA, James Cleek, Pvt, 11 Bath VA, Appears on a Register of Payments on Descriptive Lists. Period of Service: from Oct 31, 1862 to Feb 28, 1863; When Paid: Mar 28, 1863 by Wm Taylor, $62.50, Remarks: 4 mos service as Private; Confed. Arch, Chap 5, File no. 53, page 90, /s/ B.V. Brown, Copyist

US, Confederate Pensions, 1884-19583196
James Cleek b: abt 1832; Application Date: 5 Jun 1903 Bath VA
Mrs. Mary A.E. Cleek b: abt 1850; Application Date 11 May 1920 Bath, VA; Spouse: James Cleek
Actual Image: James Cleek; reside: Hot Springs, Bath Co, VA; Branch of Service: Company G, 11th VA Regiment (Cavalry), Capt Dangerfield, Col Furston, Genl Rosser; Disabled: Rheumatism & old age; Age: 71 yrs; b: Bath Co VA; Lived in VA: all my life; Resided in City/Co: all my life; Occupation: Farmer; How long followed Occ: ever since I was old enough to work; Employment: None; Nature of Disability: Rheumatism & old age; Cause: Exposure; How long suffered: 2 yrs; Disease during Service: Typhoid Pneumonia; Totally disabled; Entered into Service: 1861 in Staunton VA; Under Command of Cavalry under Gen Rossu; How long in service: 4 yrs; When did you leave: I was captured was at Point Lookout 7 mos, & released on 24 Jun 1865; attending physician: none; 2 service comrades: J. E. Payne, Robert Wilkinson, Warm Springs, VA; Info related to service: I served four years except while in prison and am now unable to make a living; Is that a Confederate Veterans camp in the city or county: No; Anyone with knowledge of your service: J. E. Payne & Robt Wilkinson, Warm Springs VA; 5 Jun 1903
Actual Image: Mary A.E.Cleek, age 70 yrs, b: Bath Co, Resid in VA: 70 yrs; Hot Springs Postoffice, Bath County, VA; Live with son, B.H. Cleek; Husband’s full name: James Cleek; Marr: 17 Sep 1868 Bath Co, VA by Rev Rice; Husband d: 6 Dec 1909 Bath Co VA; cause: Pneumonia; Physician: Dr. C. M. Thomas, Healing Springs, VA; Marr since death of husband: No; Branch of Service: 11th VA Cavalry Regiment, G Company; Immediate Superior: Col Furston, Capt Dangerfield; 2 comrades: Robert Wilkinson, Warm Springs VA, (2nd one blank); 2 names familiar with your husband’s service: T. T. Thompson Hot Springs VA; & G. E. Thomas Hot Springs VA; My son B. H. Cleek takes care of me; Property you own: Real Estate $950; Husband on Pension roll of VA: Yes, Bath Co VA; Have you ever applied for pension in VA before: No; Is there a camp of Confederate Veterand in your city or county: yes; Application: 11 May 1920

US, Confederate Soldiers Compiled Service Records 1861-51776
James Cleek; Enlistment 1863, Military Unit: 11th Cavalry

Civil War Service Records Confederate Records VA1778
Card 1: 278 Cleek, James, Co G, 11 VA Cavalry. Formed in Feb 1863, by the addition of two companies of the 5th Reg’t VA Cav to the 17th (also known as the 1st) Batt’n VA Cav, which battalion was made up of seven companies which had previously served in the 7th Reg’t VA Cav, and one company which had previously served in the 24th Batt’n VA Cav; Confederate, Private, Private; Card Numbers: 50844855; 45093497; 48078037
Card 2: Confederate, C, 11 Cav VA, James Cleek, Pvt, Co G, 11 Reg’t VA Cavalry. Appears on Company Muster Roll of the organization named above, for Jan & Feb 1863. Dated 28 Feb 1863; Enlisted: 14 May 1861 Warm Spg’s by Capt Richaards for 12M. Last Paid by Maj Selden to 31 Oct 1862. Absent: Remarks: Absent sick since 5 Dec 1863 and left near Strasburg disease typhoid fever. as on Roll. /s/ J. A. Boyd, Copyist
Card 3: Confederate. C, 11 Cav VA, Jas Cleck, Pvt, Co G, 11 Reg’t VA Cav. Appears on a roll of Prisoners of War at Point Lookout, MD. Dates of Arrival: Harpers Ferry VA, 18 Nov 1864. Captured near Minevath?, When captured: 12 Nov 1864. Remarks: Released Oath? 24 Jun 1865. Point Lookout, MD, Register No 2; page 115, J. N. Hammer, Copyist
Card 4: Cleek, James, Co G, 11 VA Cavalry, Confederate, Private, Private. General Index Card
Medical
JamesCleek00784.tif2049 James Cleek ... disease or sickness suffered during time of service: Typhoid pneumonia, and is Totally disabled.
Research
James Cleek b: abt 1832 Bath, VA, Father James Hickman Cleek, Mother Isabella Freeman Film 1903826
James Cleek, Spouse Mary Rebecca Walton, 17 Sep 1868 Cedar Creek, Bath, VA, Film 6142816

FamilyGrpRecd JamesCleek & MaryRebeccaWalton, Children: Living(AFN:S7TO-XP); (Jack Harvey, St Joseph, MO, Submission AF93-1100064)3404 (Who is the living one?)

1860 Not listed with his parents CleekPO(Pg17of69) Ln 34 Dwg 130 Fam 1133232

Chancery Records Index1428
Bath County, Virginia; Index # 1874-008; Original Case # 046, 047; Plaintiff: Mary A. Dean; Defendant: James Cleek Sr, Etc; Surnames: Cleek, Dean, Grose, Jackson, Payne, Peyton; LVA Microfilm Reel # 53; Local Reel # 032; Image # 0892
Marriage17 Sep 1868, Cedar Creek, Bath County, VA3495,3496,3497,3303,3304,3498,3499,2195,3373,3375,1569,3500,3501,3336,2219,3502,3338,2228
Marr MemoRev. James M. Rice; have a copy
ChildrenMartha Ann (1869-1957)
 UNNAMED (1871-1871)
 Virginia Bell (1872-1935)
 Lucy Catherine (1874-1899)
 UNNAMED (1876-1876)
 Mary Ann Elizabeth (1877-1927)
 David Wise G. (1883-1884)
 Benjamin Harrison (1888-1950)
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