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Quattlebaum / Quattelbaum

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Major Cemeteries with Quattlebaums

Quattlebaum Family Cemetery - Lexington County, South Carolina

Coordinates to Quattlebaum Family Cemetery n33 51.117 , w81 31.867 It contains the remains of only four people. Captain John Quattlebaum, his wife Metee (Burkett) Quattlebaum, and the final two are Metee's Father and Mother Thomas Burket and Margaret (Moody) Burket :,

Quattlebaum Cemetery - White County, Arkansas

This is information only. No information, other than the fact that they are buried here, has been verified. Please add any additional information known about the following people:

George Frederick Quattlebaum Born: 1817 / Died 12-Nov-1896. Father of W.B. Quattlebaum
William Benjamin "W.B." Quattlebaum Born: 22-May-1854 / Died: 8-Jan-1942
Lucetta (Raye) Quattlebaum Born: 23-Feb-1861 / Died: 13-Jul-1925. Maried to W.B.
Adline Florence Infant Daughter of W.B. and Lucetta. No Dates Provided
Rosie Arbell Infant Daughter of W.B. and Lucetta. No Dates Provided

David L. Quattlebaum Born: 13-Feb-1931 / Died:
Audrey E. (Manor) Quattlebaum Born: 3-Aug-1930 / Died: 29-Oct-1994. Married to David L.
David W. Quattlebaum Born: 28-Dec-1956 / Died: 4-Nov-2011. Child of David L. Quattlebaum and Audrey E. (Manor) Quattlebaum

Gilbert Fredric "Freddie" Quattlebaum Born 28-May-1898 / Died 14-Feb-1955
Nomia Bell (Hawks) Quattlebaum Born: 9-Mar-1905 / Died: 23-Jan-1986. Married to Freddie

Martha Jane "Janie" (Quattlebaum) Cato Born: 4-Oct-1876 / Died 5-Sep-1969.
Thomas J. Cato Born: 4-Oct-1873 / Died: 27-Oct-1962. Married to Janie


William Robert Quattlebaum Born: 21-Dec-1888 / Died: 30-Jul-1960.
Effie Pauline (Newton) Quattlebaum Born: 31-Aug-1889 / Died: 18-May-1968. Married to William Robert

Quattlebaums In WikiTree

A

Albert William
Alice Virginia
Andrew J.
Andrew Jackson
Andrew Jackson
Anna Barbara
Anna Margaretha
Anna Rosanna
Annie L.
Antoinette

B

Barbara (Quattlebaum) Parr
Broxton Wynne

C

Carthel
Catherine (Quattlebaum) Moore
Catherine

Cephas Perry Son of General Paul Quattlebaum and Sarah Caroline (Jones). Born: May 19, 1851 in Lexington District / Died: July 20, 1929 In Conway, South Carolina

Christie
Christine Elizabeth
Christopher Columbus
Clara Dorn

D

Daughter
David
David
Doyle
Dr. Joseph Morgan

E

Edwin
Elizabeth
Elizabeth J.
Elmer Rush
Emanuel
Emmett
Emma
Emmett
Enos
Eula
Evelyn
Evonda

F

Flossie Lucille (Quattlebaum) Harris
Frances
Frances Iola (Ola) (Quattlebaum) Witt
Fred

G

Gasaway Broxton
George Fred
George Washington
Georgian E.
Georgianna
Gertraud
Gilbert
Gilbert Freddie

H

Hartwell McSwain
Helen (Quattlebaum) Artley

I

Ina Lucille (Quattlebaum) Morrow
Infant Quattlebaum
Died July 2, 1908
Infant 1 Quattlebaum Information Is Limited
Infant 2 Quattlebaum Information is Limited
Infant 3 Quattlebaum Information is Limited

J

James
James
James H.
James
James Harmon
James Lee
Jane
Joe M
Johann Peter
Johann Peter
Johann Petter
Johann Petter
Johanna
Johannes Petter
Johannes
John Peter "J P"
John T.
John Henry
John
John
John
John William
John
John David
John Gilbert
Born December 19, 1854 in Eufaula, Barbour, Alabama, United States
John Henry
Born November 27, 1866 in Edgefield, SC
John Phillip
Born February 17, 1885 in South Carolina
Joseph
Born 1800
Joseph
Born January 27, 1821
Joseph
Born January 27, 1821 in Lightwood Creek, Lexington, South Carolina, United States
Joseph
Born 1774
Joseph Morgan
Born 1628 in Mülheim, Bernkastel-Wittlich, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany
Julia
Born 1920's.
Julia Evelyn (Quattlebaum) Howard
Born March 7, 1844
Julia I
Born November 1892 in South Carolina]]
Julian K., IV
Born 1990's.]] Limited Information
Dr. Julian K. Quattlebaum Jr.
Born 1920's.
Julian K., III
Born 1950's.

K

Kate Permelia (Quattlebaum) Witt
Born July 19, 1881 in South Carolina
Katherine (Quattlebaum) Harper

L

M

N

O

P

General Paul Quattlebaum, Sr.

From Papers stored at Clemson University[1] Abstract: The Quattlebaums were German Protestant pioneers who helped settle the "Dutch Fork" area of South Carolina (present Lexington and Newberry Counties) in the 1760's. The family has provided South Carolina with political leaders, engineers, soldiers, teachers, farmers, and executives for more than 200 years. Four generations of the Quattlebaum family are represented in this collection. The Quattlebaum Papers consist primarily of correspondence, reports, and research relating to Paul Quattlebaum's career as a utility executive, his service as a state senator from Horry County, and his activity as a genealogist and historian. Also included in this collection are a group of letters and documents from General Paul Quattlebaum related primarily to family matters, a series of business records and correspondence from (his son) Conway attorney Cephas Perry Quattlebaum and material from (another son) Paul Quattlebaum Jr. related to his service on the Clemson Board of Trustees. The Quattlebaum Papers hold research potential in the areas of twentieth-century South Carolina politics, Peedee area and Horry County history, and South Carolina genealogy.

Paul Jones Quattlebaum, Jr. Son of General Paul Quattlebaum and Sarah Caroline (Jones). Born: May 19, 1836. Paul Jones was commissioned an officer and entered the Civil War as a Major in Company S, Texas 5th Infantry Regiment. Paul Jr. Died 1883 in Columbus, Muscogee, GA

Q

R

S

T

Theodore Adolphus Quattlebaum Son of General Paul Quattlebaum and Sarah Caroline (Jones). Born: 11-May-1842 / Died in Civil War Battle at Smiths Farm, North Carolina 16-Mar-1865

U

V

W

X

Y

Z

This is a Work Under Construction

  • Sources
  1. Quattlebaum Family Papers, Special Collections, Strom Thurmond Institute Building, Clemson University. Box 343001, Clemson SC 29634-3001.




Images: 3
Quattlebaum Family Crest
Quattlebaum Family Crest

Quattlebaum Cemetary
Quattlebaum Cemetary

Map of Newberry District - 1820
Map of Newberry District - 1820

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On 22 Aug 2016 at 19:26 GMT Cherry (Cushing) Duve wrote:

I would like to collaborate on the Quattlebaum one name study. I am descended from George Washington Quattlebaum/ Elizabeth Quattlebaum Bishop lines. Cherry

On 26 Jan 2016 at 05:50 GMT Julian Quattlebaum III wrote:

I would love to see some cleanup on the very earliest Quattlebaums born to Petter (Quattlebaum-100) and Anna Maria (Herkendall-1 and VonDerHutte-2, merge proposed). There are no less than 5 variations on the name of Johann/Johannes Petter/Peter (Quattlebaum-85, Quattlebaum-196, Quattlebaum-165, Quattlebaum-200 and Quattlebaum-77) born between 1731 and 1736 and died between 1748 and 1813. I think I have a memory of reading somewhere that these may represent a couple of their children, but surely some consolidation and merging is in order. Quattlebaum-196 has minimal info and seems unreliable in claiming death in Texas. Q-85 and Q-77 at least have matching death info, but Q-85 shows a birth location of Bridgewater, Somerset, New Jersey that seems unlikely. Q-200 and Q-165 need research.