Cabell may refer to:

  • Cabell County, West Virginia
  • Cabell City, Oregon
  • The Putnam-Cabell Post

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Cabell - As A Given Name
... Cabell R ... Berry (1848-1910), Speaker of the Tennessee State Senate from 1885 to 1887 John Cabell Breckinridge (1821-1875), 14th Vice President of the United States John Cabell "Bunny" Breckinridge (1903-1996), American actor Cab Calloway (1907-1994), American jazz singer and bandleader Clement Cabell Dickinson (1849–1938), United States Congressman from Missouri Albert Cabell Ritchie (1876-1936), 49th Governor of Maryland Marion Cabell Tyree, author of the community cookbook called Housekeeping in Old Virginia, which contains the oldest known recipe for sweet ice tea, published in 1879 ...
Battle Of Ambos Nogales - Aftermath - Binational Diplomatic Talks and The U.S. Investigation
... in diplomatic talks scheduled for 28 August while General DeRosey Cabell, a veteran of the Punitive Expedition, represented the U.S ... him expressing regret at the unfortunate incident of yesterday afternoon,” Cabell remarked ... have expressed equal regret that this incident should have occurred.” Cabell reiterated the U.S ...
Samuel I. Cabell
... Cabell (died July 18, 1865) was a wealthy plantation owner who was known for his strong will as well as his strong temper ... or roots, (some speculate he was from Georgia and others say he was from England), Cabell settled in southern West Virginia in Kanawha County around the end of the civil war ... history books but he was apparently part of the well known Cabell family who spawned politicians, generals, bankers and other prominent statesmen ...
List Of United States Political Families (C) - The Cabells
... Cabell (1793–1862), member of the Virginia Legislature ... Father of William Lewis Cabell and George Craighead Cabell ... William Lewis Cabell (1827–1911), Mayor of Dallas, Texas 1874-1876 1877-1879 1883-1885 delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1884 1892 ...
The Transports
... The story is based on an account of two convicts of the First Fleet, Henry Cabell and Susannah Holmes as given by Norfolk historian Eric Fowler ... According to Fowler's research, which begins in 1783, young Henry Cabell receives a sentence of transportation for fourteen years for the burglary of a country house ... Sydney, affected by the incident, orders that Cabell and Holmes should be reunited, married on English soil, and transported together with their son (although they ...