Here's a genealogy for one branch of the Pae family that migrated from Scotland to Richmond, VA and ultimately Wilmington, NC. The definitive source on the Pae family is Kyle, Phyllis Richards (1986) Pae dirt : diggings into some old records and recent recollections of Pae families in England, Scotland Canada, and the United States / Rev. and enl. Lakewood, Ohio] : P.R. Kyle, 1986] iv, 115 leaves, 11] leaves of plates ; 29 cm. Ours is the Southern Pae family Kyle mentions never got around to researching. (I am in possession of a copy of this book and will do look ups for anyone who would like me to.)
Madge Pae has done some additional research on the Pae family, primarily devoted to the descendants of 11. George Pae. You are welcome to contact her at the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
My own research on 18. Alexander Pae and his descendants suggests that the southern branch of the Pae family traces back to a branch upon which Kyle has done extensive research among the parish records of Coldingham, Berwickshire, Scotland. I include the outline she provides of the ancestry of this branch below - all of it is based on her work and some additional records I have obtained from the LDS family history library in Salt Lake City.
"Breedlove family lived in King & Queen Co. VA related to President Madison. Mary O. Breedlove married John B. Williamson (Scotch) Lived in Hanover County, VA. Lucy Williamson, daughter, married John Bath (English) Lived in Richmond (War of 1812) (1) Sophia Bath married Archie Pae (Scotch) (2) Jane Bath married William Cook. Lived in Rich. VA." (A set of notes found among Louisa Rudge Coble Bareford's papers.)
"1 (ARCHIBALD 1?) As the Pae entries in the Coldingham registers begin with two brothers, Alexander and William, who both named their first sons Archibald, it may be assumed that their father was Archibald. It was the custom to name the oldest son for his paternal grandfather. However there is no clue to this supposed Archibald and the name is included here to simplify the Alexander and William lines..." (Phyllis Richards Kyle (1986) Pae Dirt p. 21).
Archibald PAE had at least the following children:
2 i. Alexander2 PAE (m 1706) 3 ii. William2 PAE (m 1716)
MARRIAGE RECORD: "Entries in the Registers of Coldingham parish, Berwickshire, 1690-1854. 1. Nov. 1706. Married. Alexander pea and Janet Kay both of this parish." (transript appearing in Phyllis Richards Kyle (1986) PAE DIRT p. 7 - she indicates the exact day is illegible)
Alexander PAE and Janet KAY had the following children:
4 i. Archibald3 PAE (b 1707) 5 ii. Alison3 PAE (1711-1718) 6 iii. William3 PAE (b 1714) 7 iv. George3 PAE (b 1716) 8 v. John3 PAE (1722-1724)
MARRIAGE RECORD: "Entries in the Registers of Coldingham parish, Berwickshire, 1690-1854. 5. 6 May. 1716. Wm Pea and Grizel Christel Paroch of Ey order to mar. Alexander Pea and James Cristel bro. of." (transript appearing in Phyllis Richards Kyle (1986) PAE DIRT p. 7); "Entries in the Registers of Coldingham parish, Berwickshire, 1690-1854. Page 6. 12 June 1716. William Pea and Grizel Christel he of the Par she in Eymouth - and m Paroch. by James Allen Minister." (transript appearing in Phyllis Richards Kyle (1986) PAE DIRT p. 7)
William PAE and Grizel CHRYSTAL had the following children:
9 i. Archibald3 PAE (b 1717) 10 ii. William3 PAE (b 1720)
BAPTISM RECORD: "Entries in the Registers of Coldingham parish, Berwickshire, 1690-1854. 2. 2 Jul. 1707. Baptized. Archibald son of Alexander pea and Janet Kay C[oldingham]. Wit Robert and William Kay." (transript appearing in Phyllis Richards Kyle (1986) PAE DIRT p. 7)
On 9 Jun 1730 Archibald first married Mary ALLANSHAW in Coldingham, Berwick, Scotland.
MARRIAGE RECORD: "Entries in the Registers of Coldingham parish, Berwickshire, 1690-1854. 15. 3 May 1730. Archibald Pea and Mary Allanshaw both of par Dorland. Md. 9 June." (transript appearing in Phyllis Richards Kyle (1986) PAE DIRT p. 7; Kyle pointedly notes " There is no such parish in Scotland or England, nor is there a record of either in Norham, Northumberland.")
Archibald PAE and Mary ALLANSHAW had the following children:
11 i. George4 PAE (b 1730) 12 ii. Janet4 PAE (b 1737) 13 iii. Alexander4 PAE (b 1738)
On 11 Dec 1739 Archibald PAE second married Mary ANDERSON, in Coldingham, Berwick, Scotland.
MARRIAGE RECORD: "Entries in the Registers of Coldingham parish, Berwickshire, 1690-1854. 22. 11 Nov 1739. Archibald Pea and Mary Anderson both of this par. Alexr Pea in C[oldingham]. for groom his father and James Taylor for bride m 11 Dec" (transript appearing in Phyllis Richards Kyle (1986) PAE DIRT p. 8) The LDS IGI also makes a reference to this marriage (Batch 7220727, Serial sheet 07 Input Source 820469)- the item in question appears to be a submitted, rather than an extracted record Pea, Alexander and Mary Anderson married on 11 Dec 1739 Coldingham, Berwick Scotl. Submitted by Mrs. Bernice L. Benns who identifies her source as Sctt par reg Coldingham (GS Sis no 1450 5 pt 1274).
Archibald PAE and Mary ANDERSON had the following children:
14 i. Alexander4 PAE (b 1740) 15 ii. Marion4 PAE (b 1743) 16 iii. Margaret4 PAE (b 1744) 17 iv. William4 PAE (b 1746)
BAPTISM RECORD: "Entries in the Registers of Coldingham parish, Berwickshire, 1690-1854. 3. 19 Aug. 1711. Alison d of Alex Pea and Janet Kay in C[oldingham]. [Witness] Robert and William Kay." (transript appearing in Phyllis Richards Kyle (1986) PAE DIRT p. 7)
BURIAL RECORD: "Entries in the Registers of Coldingham parish, Berwickshire, 1690-1854. 10. 18 Mar. 1718. Buried. Alison Pea C[oldingham] a child." (transript appearing in Phyllis Richards Kyle (1986) PAE DIRT p. 7)
BAPTISM RECORD: "Entries in the Registers of Coldingham parish, Berwickshire, 1690-1854. 4. 18 Apr. 1714. William son of Alex Pea and Janet Kay in C[oldingham]. Wit Wm and Robert Kay." (transript appearing in Phyllis Richards Kyle (1986) PAE DIRT p. 7)
BAPTISM RECORD: "Entries in the Registers of Coldingham parish, Berwickshire, 1690-1854. 7. 9 Dec. 1716. George son of Alex Pea and Janet Kay in C[oldingham]. Wit Wm and Robert Kay and William Pea their brothers - b Sat in Lrad?" (transript appearing in Phyllis Richards Kyle (1986) PAE DIRT p. 7)
BAPTISM RECORD: "Entries in the Registers of Coldingham parish, Berwickshire, 1690-1854. 12. 16 Apr. 1722. John son of Alexander Pae (wvr) and Janet Kay C[oldingham]. Wit Wm Pea his bro and Wm Kay her bro b 9 Sep." (transript appearing in Phyllis Richards Kyle (1986) PAE DIRT p. 7)
BURIAL RECORD: "Entries in the Registers of Coldingham parish, Berwickshire, 1690-1854. 13. 5 Apr. 1724. Buried. John Pae in C[oldingham] a child." (transript appearing in Phyllis Richards Kyle (1986) PAE DIRT p. 7)
BAPTISM RECORD: "Entries in the Registers of Coldingham parish, Berwickshire, 1690-1854. 8. 4 Apr. 1717. Archibald s of William and Grizel in new S. Windwood. Wit Alex Pae and John Ellum B Thur. 1st." (transript appearing in Phyllis Richards Kyle (1986) PAE DIRT p. 7); "Entries in the Registers of Coldingham parish, Berwickshire, 1690-1854. 9. 9 Aug. 1717. Archibald s of William Pea and Grizel Chasal in S. Windwood. Wit Alex Pae and John Ellum weaver in C[oldingham] b Thur. 25 July." (transript appearing in Phyllis Richards Kyle (1986) PAE DIRT p. 7)
BAPTISM RECORD: "Entries in the Registers of Coldingham parish, Berwickshire, 1690-1854. 11. 6 Mar. 1720. William s of Wm Pae weaver and Grizel Crystal in S. Windwood. Wit Alex Pae his bro. and John Ellum John Home all wvrs in C[oldingham] b Fri. 26 Feb." (transript appearing in Phyllis Richards Kyle (1986) PAE DIRT p. 7)
BAPTISM RECORD: "Entries in the Registers of Coldingham parish, Berwickshire, 1690-1854. 16. 27 Dec. 1730. Archibald Pea in C[oldingham]. son bp. called George. Wit Alex Pea." (transript appearing in Phyllis Richards Kyle (1986) PAE DIRT p. 7)
Kyle mentions "There is no record of his marriage nor of the birth of a son Alexander, but George appears as witness at the baptisms of Alexander's children and is identified as the latter's father. Was this George the builder of Douglas Cottage?" [Pae Dirt by Phyllis Richards Kyle (1986) p. 23]
Madge Pae, another researcher on the Pae family, has discovered a marriage record that she believes refers to this George PAE. "George PEA married Barbara HEWITT on 25 Jul 1758 in Tweedmouth, Northumberland Scotland" (IGI Batch M000371 Sheet 081).
According to baptism records Madge has discovered among the Old Parish Registers for the village of Mordington in Berwickshire, George PAE and Barbara HEWITT had at least the following children:
18 i. Alexander5 PAE (b 1759) 19 ii. James5 PAE (b 1775) 20 iii. Barbara5 PAE (b 1777)
BAPTISM RECORD: "Entries in the Registers of Coldingham parish, Berwickshire, 1690-1854. 19. 6 Jul 1737. Archibald Pea in C[oldingham]. a dau bp. Janet. Wit Alexander Pea and Patrick Richardson." (transript appearing in Phyllis Richards Kyle (1986) PAE DIRT p. 8)
BAPTISM RECORD: "Entries in the Registers of Coldingham parish, Berwickshire, 1690-1854. 21. 12 Feb 1738. Archibald Pea in C[oldingham]. a son bp. Alexander. Wit Alex. Pea and John Allanshaw both of C[oldingham]." (transript appearing in Phyllis Richards Kyle (1986) PAE DIRT p. 8)
BAPTISM RECORD: "Entries in the Registers of Coldingham parish, Berwickshire, 1690-1854. 23. 16 Sep 1740. Archibald Pea in C[oldingham]. a son Alexander. Wit Alex Pea and John Nesbet both of C[oldingham]." (transript appearing in Phyllis Richards Kyle (1986) PAE DIRT p. 8). The LDS IGI also makes a reference to this baptism (Batch 448076, Input Source 90054)- the item in question is an index card "Pea, Alexander christened 16 Sep 1740, Coldingham, Berw. Scot. [Parents] Archibald Pea and Mary Anderson. Submitted by Lewis C. Matthews, rel."
BAPTISM RECORD: "Entries in the Registers of Coldingham parish, Berwickshire, 1690-1854. 24. 30 Apr. 1743. Archibald Pea in C[oldingham]. a dau Marion bp. Wit George Nesbit and John George both of C[oldingham]." (transript appearing in Phyllis Richards Kyle (1986) PAE DIRT p. 8)
BAPTISM RECORD: "Entries in the Registers of Coldingham parish, Berwickshire, 1690-1854. 25. 22 Apr. 1744. Archibald Pea dau bap. Margaret. Witness William Medderburn & John Nisbet." (transript appearing in Phyllis Richards Kyle (1986) PAE DIRT p. 8)
BAPTISM RECORD: "Entries in the Registers of Coldingham parish, Berwickshire, 1690-1854. 27. 3 Apr. 1746. Arch. Pea in C[oldingham]. son William bpt. Wit John Craige & William Pea both of C[oldingham]." (transript appearing in Phyllis Richards Kyle (1986) PAE DIRT p. 8)
There is a record of marriage between William Pay and Helen Hutcheson registered on 25 Dec 1811 in the parish of Haddington, East Lothian Scotland (LDS Batch M117098 Source 1067848) "Pay, William Soldier in the Perth Shire Militia & Helen Hutcheson in the parish of Cutros [?] give up their names for marriage 25 Dec 1811 Cawtioners James Drysdale and Adam Hollis" The location of this marriage coincides with the location where the brother of William's nephew 18. Alexander was married just a few years previously.
RECORD OF BAPTISM:" Baptized a son to George Pee Weaver in Lamberton and Barbara Hewitt named Alexander Febry 28 1759" [Mordington Berwickshire Old Parish Registers 752/1.]
Alexander married Isobel MUIR/MOORE on 23 Mar 1787 in Coldingham, Berwick, Scotland. Alexander was a joiner (carpenter).
MARRIAGE RECORD: "[Coldingham, Berwickshire, Scotland Parish Records] 23 March 1787. Alexr. Pae & Isabel Moore both in this parish were irregularly married at Haddington, according to the form of matrimony prescribed & used by the Church of England by Signed J. Burkmann Minst. The above marriage was regulained by the Session, Sunday 8th July 1787." (LDS record Batch M117325 Input 1067869; Kyle's PAE DIRT curiously does not include this record.)
Kyle notes "There is no birth or marriage record in Coldingham or the neighboring parishes but George4 is identified as Alexander's father in the baptismal records of his children, and his wife is given as Isabel Muir in all of them. In the record of the seventh child, born in 1808, Alexander was called 'jr.' although one witness was 'George Pae his father.' There were two older Alexanders who might still have been living; one aged 68 who would have been his father's half brother; and on 59, probably more distantly related." Kyle goes on to list their first seven children. [Pae Dirt by Phyllis Richards Kyle (1986) p. 24].
As noted above at the start of this entry, Madge Pae has located a record of baptism for Alexander Pae, son of George Pea and Barbara Hewitt among the baptismal records associated with Lamberton, Scotland.
FURTHER RESEARCH: As noted above, I was able to locate a marriage record for Alexander PAE and Isobel Moore from the LDS. I suspect the title "jr." Kyle worries about was a reference to Alexander's occupation as a joiner, but it was indeed common for individuals with the same first name during this time period to be distinguished as jr. and sr. without it implying they were father and son. I have also located a christening record for an additional son, Archibald PAE, who represents an eighth child by this marriage. The baptism is mentioned among a set of parish records Kyle did not search [Falkirk, Stirling Scotland] and clearly states the names of the parents as Alexander PAE and Isabel MUIR in common with the other baptismal records. [Madge Pae has discovered the baptismal record of a ninth child to this marriage noted below, named Isabel.]
I am inclined to think that this eighth son, Archibald PAE, is one and the same as my ancestor. According to family tradition he came from Stirling, Scotland. In the census records and obituary I have located for him, he is listed as about the same age. The key points of similarity, however, have to do with a close relative named James who also migrated with him to Richmond, Henrico Co. VA. I believe he is one and the same as James Valence PAE - they are the same age, each married a woman named Catherine, and the James PAE who migrated to VA had a daughter named Isabella. It would be particularly helpful to find out whether there is any record of either James Valence his brother Archibald in Scotland after 1835. On my theory, there should not be. Locating their father, Alexander PAE,'s will is another way in which this connection could be established.
FAMILY TRADITION: "Archibald was from Sherlivg, Scotland" Also " youngest brother. _James_ oldest a sister Catherine, James built locomotives in Richmond (Sampson & Pae). Foundry leveled by Yankees in Civil War." (note discovered by Frances Kenney King, one of Archibald's descendants (1/7/94).
Alexander PAE and Isobel MUIR/MOORE had the following children:
21 i. George6 PAE (b 1792) 22 ii. James Valence6 PAE (1793 1865) 23 iii. Elizabeth6 PAE (b 1795) 24 iv. Robert6 PAE (b 1798) 25 v. John6 PAE (b 1804) 26 vi. Isobel Hay6 PAE (b 1806) 27 vii. William6 PAE (b 1808) 28 viii. Archibald6 PAE (1810-1878) 29 ix. Isabel6 PAE (b 1813)
RECORD OF BAPTISM:" Sep 1 George Pae and spouse in Lammerton had a Son baptized named James" [Mordington Berwickshire Old Parish Registers 752/1, frame 85.]
James married Margaret KIRKHAM ca. 1801 and died on 31 Aug 1855 aged 81 (according to his death certificate). Margaret nee KIRKHAM PAE died on 26 Mar 1860 aged 81, according to her death certificate.
According to an online source of Scotish probate records, James and Margaret had wills that went into probate on 24 Apr 1860. (http://www.scottishdocuments.com/)
James PAE and Margaret KIRKHAM had the following children:
30 i. George6 PAE (1802-1838) 31 ii. Mary6 PAE (1805-1827) 32 iii. Barbara6 PAE (1809-1861) 33 iv. James6 PAE (b 1810)) 34 v. John6 PAE (1812-1833) 35 vi. Margaret6 PAE (b 1825)
RECORD OF BAPTISM:" Sept 2nd George Pea and spouse in Lammerton had a Daughter baptized named Barbara" [Mordington Berwickshire Old Parish Registers 752/1, frame 90.]
BAPTISM RECORD: "Entries in the Registers of Coldingham parish, Berwickshire, 1690-1854. 65. 31 Mar. 1792. At church Alexr Pae joiner in C[oldingham]. and Isabel Muir his wife had a child baptized his name George."(transript appearing in Phyllis Richards Kyle (1986) PAE DIRT p. 10)
George married Janet MILLER on 14 Jul 1819 in the parish of Larbert, Scotland. He appears to have migrated to Rouen, France, where they went by the name "PHAE". George was a foundry manager in Rouen.
George PAE (PHAE)and Janet MILLER had at least two children:
36 i. Margaret7 PAE (b 1820) 37 ii. Isabella7 PAE (b 1822)
BAPTISM RECORD: "Entries in the Registers of Coldingham parish, Berwickshire, 1690-1854. 68. 13 Jan. 1794. James Valence, son of Alexr Pae, joiner in C[oldingham]. and Isabel Muir his wife baptized." (transript appearing in Phyllis Richards Kyle (1986) PAE DIRT p. 10)
James Valence PAE married Catherine ALLAN on 11 Jun 1819 in Falkirk, Stirling, Scotland. (LDS Batch M119705, Input source 1041944, 0102111). There is a duplicate, possibly a record of intention to marry registered at Larbert, Stirling, Scotland on 6 Jun 1819 (M114852, 1041953 0102122). According to U.S. census records she was born ca. 1796 in Scotland. She died on 19 Feb 1873 in Petersburg, VA, and was buried on 16 Jun 1873 in the Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, VA.
RECORD OF INTENTION OF MARRIAGE: "6 Jun  James Pae of this parish and Catherine Allan of the parish of Falkirk were regularly proclaimed in order to marriage and no objections offered." [Parish records of Larbert, Stirlingshire, Scotland]
RECORD OF MARRIAGE: "30 May  James Pae of the Parish of Lambert and Catherine Allan of this parish. Married 11 June " [Parish records of Falkirk, Stirling, Scotland]
"James Pae" (age 42), his wife "Cath. " (age 35), and two children, "Alexand." (age 9) and "Isabl. " (age 6 months) arrived on 14 Mar 1836 aboard the S.S. Groton, which left from Liverpool, England. At least two of James' brothers (Archibald and William) also migrated to the US about this time.
1840 CENSUS: James Pae - one man aged 30-40 (James ?), with a boy aged 10-15 (son Alexander), one woman aged 40-50 (wife Catherine) and a girl aged under 5 (daughter Isabella); and 5 male and 2 female slaves, a total of "17"? of which 12 are said to be engaged in manufacturing. (Pae, Jaems Hn C 443 Richmond) Despite the slight discrepancy in age, his proximity to Archibald, the fact he is apparently married and is engaged in manufacturing strongly suggest this is James Valence PAE. I note further that the one person between Archibald and James is Annabelle Burr, whose last name is identical to that of the older partner who later drops out of the Richmond Foundry.
1850 CENSUS: James Pae - age 56, wife Catherine age 53, daughter Isabella Pae age 15, brother of husband William Pae age 42. Isabella born in VA, others born in Scotland. Thomas Sampson, age 55, a manufacturer born in Scotland is also listed as residing in this household. (Pae, James Hn C 437 Richmond). [Note there is a second James Pae in this census living close by aged 45, from Scotland and a finisher. (Pae, Jaems Hn C 443 Richmond)].
1860 CENSUS: In the 1860 census, James Pea (66) is included with wife Catherine (64). He is listed as an iron merchant, from Scotland. (Pae, James 966 Richmond W. Div).
There is a confederate application for a presidential pardon by James Pae that was written in 5 Jul 1865, about a month before his death that mentions his factory being burnt down during the war and proclaims his allegiance to the United States [Confederate Applications for Presidential Pardons 1865-1867].
RECORD OF BURIAL [?]: "-s (Pae, Pea), [place of birth] Scotland, [age] 75, [burial date] 21 Aug 1865, [page no.] 112. ("Born out of Virginia and buried in Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia (1847 to 1900) Contributed by Anne Bryant Arritt. Virginia Genealogical Society Quarterly v. 9, no. 3 (1 Jul 1971)) This appears to be a reference to James Valence Pae's burial.
RECORD OF BURIAL: "[Name] Pae, James [Age] 72, [Sec.] 6, [Lot no.] 114, [Reg. no.] 1, [Folio] 112 [Date of interment] Aug. 21, 1865" (Index to interments in the Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, VA; Interments Paalzon-Sowers - FHL US/CAN Film 33641).
OBITUARY: "DIED, Sunday morning, August the 20th, at the residence of his son in law, R R Banks, near Petersburg, JAMES PAE, in the seventy second year of his age." (21 Aug 1865 The Daily Index (Petersburg, Virginia) p. 2); SECOND OBITUARY: "DIED... At his residence near Petersburg, on the morning of the 20th inst, after a long and protracted illness, JAMES PAE in the 72d year of his age." (22 Aug 1865 The Norfolk Post (Norfolk, VA) p. 4); THIRD OBITUARY: "DIED... PAE-At his residence, near Petersburg, on the morning of the 20th inst. Mr. JAMES PAE, in the seventy-second year of his age, after a long and protracted illness." (22 Aug 1865 Richmond Whig (Richmond, VA) p. 4); FOURTH OBITUARY: "DEATH OF AN OLD CITIZEN. - We regret to record the death of James Pae, Esq. late of this city. The melancholy event occurred Sunday, at the residence of his son-in-law, R.R. Banks, Esq. near Petersburg. Deceased was a prominent partner in the house of Sampson & Pae for a quarter of a century or more, and was extensively and popularly known throughout the South. He was a native of Scotland, but removed to Virginia and settled in Richmond at an early age." (22 Aug 1865 The Commercial Bulletin, v. 1, no. 92)
1870 CENSUS: In the 1870 census, Catherine Pea (75) is included in the entry for her son-in-law, Robert R. Banks. She is identified as being born in Scotland. (Banks, Robert R., District 2, Dinwiddle, VA).
RECORD OF DEATH: "Pae, Catherine (Mrs. James) died 2-19 1873 Petg. Daily Appeal Jule 21 -2/4" (Petersburg Public Library Newspaper Index 1787-1877).
RECORD OF BURIAL: "[Name] Pea [sic], Catherine [Age] 78 - 6, [Sec.] 6, [Lot no.] 114, [Reg. no.] 1, [Folio] 193 [Date of interment] June 16, 1873" (Index to interments in the Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, VA; Interments Paalzon-Sowers - FHL US/CAN Film 33641).
James Valence PAE and Catherine ALLAN had at least the following children:
38 i. Alexander7 PAE (1826 -1847) 39 ii. Thomas Sampson7 PAE (1830-1838) 40 iii. Isabella M.7 PAE (1835 1889) iv. Unnamed 7 PAE (Born Jun 1840; died Jun 1840; buried at the Shockoe Hill Cemetery, Richmond, Henrico Co. VA.)
BAPTISM RECORD: "Entries in the Registers of Coldingham parish, Berwickshire, 1690-1854. 73. 30 Sept 1795. Elizabeth to Alex Pae, jr in C[oldingham]. and Isabel Muir." (transript appearing in Phyllis Richards Kyle (1986) PAE DIRT p. 10)
BAPTISM RECORD: "Entries in the Registers of Coldingham parish, Berwickshire, 1690-1854. 80. 31 Oct. 1798. Robert son of Alexr Pae, joiner in C[oldingham]. and Isabel Muir his wife." (transript appearing in Phyllis Richards Kyle (1986) PAE DIRT p. 11)
BAPTISM RECORD: "Entries in the Registers of Coldingham parish, Berwickshire, 1690-1854. 88. 16 July 1804. John son of Alexander Pae and Isabel Muir. Witness George Pae." (transript appearing in Phyllis Richards Kyle (1986) PAE DIRT p. 11)
He may be the John Pae who married Ann Kidston on 11 Jun 1819 in Falkirk, Sterling Scotland (Batch M119706, Input source 1041945). A copy of the actual record, however, indiates the marriage took place on 21 Jan 1825. In this record, John is identified as being of the parish of Larbert. (There is a duplicate, possibly a record of intention to marry registered at Larbert, Stirling, Scotland on 6 Jun 1819 (M114854, 1041953 0102122). A copy of this latter record indicates the marriage took place on 16 Jan 1825.) However I note that another John Pea married a Betty Brown on 25 Aug 1801 in Falkirk, Sterling, Scotland (Batch M119705, 1041945) - in which case the former marriage might be this John Pae's second wife.
BAPTISM RECORD: "June 29th 1806. Isabel Hay, daughter of Alexr. Pae Joiner in Coldingham and Isabel Muir his Wife. Was baptized. Witnesses George Pae his Father and John Paston, Weaver in Coldingham. Born Coldingham May 16 Past." (LDS record Batch C117325 Input 1067869)
She probably died young, as she has a younger sister of the same first name.
BAPTISM RECORD: "Entries in the Registers of Coldingham parish, Berwickshire, 1690-1854. 93. 15 July 1808. William son of Alexr Pae j[oine]r in C[oldingham] and Isabel Muir. Witness George Pae his father. Born June 3." (transript appearing in Phyllis Richards Kyle (1986) PAE DIRT p. 12)
Kyle asks "Was this William the dyer who married Mary Wilson and had sons James, Robert born 1835, William, 1839 and John 1843?" (Phyllis Richards Kyle (1986) Pae Dirt p. 25). I suggest he was not, and instead contend he migrated with his brothers to the United States.
Madge Pae has located a record of marriage that appears to pertain to this William Pae. Among the marriage records for the parish of Larbert, Stirlingshire, Scotland, is one between William PHAE and Eliza MARCILLE, both of Rouen, France. They were married on 20 Jan 1833 in Larbert, Stirlingshire, Scotland. (Marriage records of Larbert, Stirlingshire, Scotland 1833 485/2). This is the same Scottish parish in which his older brothers George and James Valence were married (above).
CITY DIRECTORY: "Pae, William, pudler at Armory Iron Works" (1856 Richmond City Directory, p. 191); "Pae, William, barkeeper, James McConnel, bds. same" (1860 Richmond City Directory, p. 174)
He is probably the William Pae who is listed as a brother of James Valence PAE in the 1850 census entry for his brother above- the age agrees.
He may be the William Pae who fought on the side of the Confederacy for Virginia. There is a military record of a William Pae serving in an infantry unit.
BAPTISM RECORD: "Entries in the Registers of Falkirk parish, Stirling, 1810 Nov... 4 Pae, Archibald, law[ful] son of Alexander Pae [and] Isobel Muir [;witnesses] Andrew Miller, John Maclauglin. Born 14 October ." (LDS Batch C19702 Input source 0102110).
He migrated with his brothers James Valence and William PAE sometime after 1830 and before 1835, as none of them appear in the 1830 census.
Archibald married Sophia BATH, daughter of John BATH & Lucy WILLIAMSON, on 23 Jul 1835 in Henrico Co., VA by James B. Taylor. She was born ca. 1814 in Richmond, VA. She died on 9 Oct 1885 (according to a transcript of family history related events in the Rudge Family Bible), presumably in Monroe, Union Co. NC. Information about her ancestry is located here.
MARRIAGE NOTICE: "MARRIED - In this city, on Thursday evening, by the Rev. James B. Taylor, Mr. ARCHIBALD PAE to Miss SOPHIA BATH." (Richmond Courier and Daily Compiler, 24 Jul 1835, page 3, column 1.)
CENSUS RECORDS: 1840 - "Pae, Archibald Henr 218 Richmond"; 1850 - Lower Economic District, Chesterfield Co. VA; 1860 - Archibald Pae Manchester Northern District, Chesterfield Co. VA; 1870 - Archibald Pae (age 59 from Scotland) is listed as the head of house with Sophia and two children, Carrie and Zachary (Wilmington, New Hanover Co. NC).
I have located several records detailing land transactions he was engaged in between 24 Apr 1852 and 1855 among Chestefield and Henrico Co. records. He is referred to as a machinist in the 1860 city directory for Richmond, Henrico Co. VA (Ferslew, W. E. First Annual Directory for the City of Richmond to which is added a Business Directory for 1860 p. 174).
RECOLLECTIONS OF HIM: "When Zerah Colburn, a noted engineer and writer upon the mechanism of railways visited the establishment [Uriah Well's Locomotive and Car Works, Petersburg, VA] in 1857, he noted that there was room for 500 people to work in the two shops, though a thorough overhauling of the style of work was necessary. He spoke of six engines as having been built in the previous several years, for the South Side Rail Road, and said that one hundred and twenty five freight and baggage cars had been built in one year. The foreman had been Archibald Pae, later Master Mechanic of the Virginia Central Rail Road. . . " (Norrell, Thomas (Apr 1971) "Uriah Wells, Locomotive Builder of Petersburg" Bulletin No. 124 by The Railway & Locomotive Historical Society, Inc. p. 44.)
SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT: "OFFICE VA. CENTRAL R.R. Co., Richmond, Oct. 1st, 1856. To the President and Directors of the Virginia Central Railroad Company. Gentlemen: I herewith submit a statement of the operations of the road for the fiscal year ending September 30, 1856... Locomotives... The most serious cause of accident, or likely to produce it upon your road, is the frequent obstruction of the track by cattle. Constant fears are entertained for the safety of the trains on that account. Fortunately no serious accident has occurred endangering materially the property of the Company. It is true by the work of an incendiary last winter on the west side of the Blue Ridge, the Company sustained a loss of having two of the most valuable locomotives (the Baldwin and Mason mountain climbers) burnt, so as to make it necessary to rebuild them pretty much, except the boilers. While it was a loss, yet the Company was fortunate in having in its employment one of the most skillful and best qualified master machinists, Mr. Archer [sic] Pae, who understands the work of building locomotives, and from his superior skill in a few weeks had them anew, equal if not better than they were when they first came out of the builders' hands, and on the mountain again crossing the Blue Ridge, taking the crowds of passengers and freight that thronged your road the past summer." (Eighteenth Annual Report by the Virginia Central Railroad Company 10 Nov 1853, which includes entries dated later, p. 23-28).
According to family tradition, during the American Civil War Archibald was a war contractor in the employ of Sampson & Pae. Sampson & Pae was a Richmond machine shop which finished weapons cast by William James Hubard. The shop was started by Archibald's brother, James Valence Pae (an iron merchant), and Thomas Sampson. The foundry was destroyed by Union troops during the Civil War.
"I have found in the [Richmond] Library that your Grandfather Pea was in partners with Pae and Sampson as war contractors during the Civil War" (Letter to Kate nee Rudge Griffith from Lelia nee Houston Brett Owen-Wilson dated 28 Nov 1949)
NEWSPAPER ARTICLE: "Southern Mechanics, notwithstanding the scarcity of good materials, are turing out some very line [sic] work. Mr. Archer [sic] Pae, for many years superintendant of the Central Railroad shop, but now in the employ of Flippen & Hightower, Pittsylvania county, has just completed and forwarded to the Tredegar Works two slide lathes, for turning and cutting screws, which, for substantial usefulness, equal any ever purchased at the North. Mr. Pae is a superior mechanic, and, having had large experience in all branches of his trade, can get up cotton factory and other machinery with as much facility as any other workman in the South. The Government is no doubt reaping the benefits of his skill at this time on important works." (1 Jan 1864 The Daily Dispatch (Richmond))
At the close of the war, Archibald and his family migrated to Wilmington, NC. He is listed as a machinist with the W and WRR in the Wilmington Directory for 1871 (T. M. Haddocck's 1871 Wilmington City Directory, Wilmington, NC pp. 182, 240.
CITY DIRECTORIES: "Pea Archibald draughtsman h Hanover bet 3d and 4th" Sheriff & Co.'s Wilmington, N. C. Directory and General Advertiser For 1875-6, p. 115.
OBITUARY: "Died in this place on the 18th instant, Capt. Arch'd Pae aged about 64 years, father of Mrs. J. W. Rudge of this place. He was of Scottish birth and was in his prime days one of the best machinists in the state. It is said he built run [sic] the first locomotive engine ever in North Carolina." (Sat 23 Nov 1878 The Monroe Enquirer p. 3); SECOND OBITUARY: "The Munroe Enquirer reports two deaths of young persons and that of Capt. Archibald Pae, aged 64, who it is said built and ran the first locomotive in North Carolina." (27 Nov 1878 The Wilmington Sun (Wilmington, NC) p. 1)
Sophia Pae is listed as living with her daughter Caroline Virginia Pae Rudge's family in the 1880 federal census for Monroe, Union Co. NC; both her parents are indicated as being Irish.
A transcript of the Rudge family bible includes the following entry: "Sophia B. Pae [Place of Birth] Richmond, Va [Date of Death] Oct. 9 1885".
OBITUARY: "Monroe Enquirer-Express. Mrs. Archie Poe [sic] died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Rudge, on the 9th inst., in the 66th year of her age. Verily a good woman ahs passed away." (20 Oct 1885 The Wilmington Morning Star (Wilmington, NC) p. 1)
Archibald PAE and Sophia BATH had the following children:
41 i. James A.7 PAE (1837-1926) 42 ii. Catherine S.7 PAE (1839-1918) iii. Unnamed 7 PAE (Born 31 Jul 1840; died 9 Aug 1840; buried at the Shockoe Hill Cemetery, Richmond, Henrico Co. VA.) 43 iv. Caroline Virginia7 PAE (1844-1922) 44 v. Mary Elizabeth7 PAE (1850-1872) 45 vi. Zachariah Thomas7PAE (1848-1877) vii. Alexander7 PAE (Born Jul 1849 Chesterfield Co. VA; died 6 Sep 1849; buried at the Blandford Cemetery, Petersburg, Dinwiddle, VA. viii. William S.7 PAE (Born 1851 Chesterfield Co. VA; died 14 Jun 1852; buried at the Blandford Cemetery, Petersburg, Dinwiddle, VA.
BAPTISM RECORD: "Entries in the Registers of Falkirk parish, Stirling, 1813 22 August [Record of the baptism of] Isabel, law[ful] daughter of Alexander Pae [and] Isabel Muir [;witnesses] John Shaw, Andrew Miller. born 12 August ."
It is possible she is the Isabella Pae who married James DOOBIE on 5 Jun 1840 in Falkirk, Sterling Scotland (Batch M119707, Input source 1041945, 1041946). On the record he is listed as being of the parish of New Monklands; she is listed as of this parish; intention to marry registered on 17 May 1840.
She may be the Isabel Dobey who is present in the 1870 and 1880 censuses for Columbus, OH. Her husband in these entries is identified as William Dobey, born ca. 1811.
46 i. James7PAE (1823-1834) 47 ii. George7PAE (b 1823) 48 iii. Elizabeth7PAE (d 1874) 49 iv. David7PAE (1826-1826) 50 v. Mary7PAE (m 1859) 51 vi. William7PAE 52 vii. Rebecca7PAE (1837-1838)
36. Margaret6 PAE (George6, Alexander5, George4, Archibald3, Alexander2, Archibald1). She was born on 29 April 1820 and baptized on 6 May 1820, the daughter of George PAE and Janet MILLER, in Lambert, Stirlingshire, Scotland.
FIRST OBITUARY: "Died, at the residence of his father, on Saturday the 25th inst., at midnight, in his 21st year, Mr. ALEXANDER PAE, of an attack of bilous fever, of a few days continuance." (1 Oct 1847 Enquirer (Richmond, VA), page 4; 1 Oct 1847 Richmond Whig (Richmond, VA p. 4); SECOND OBITUARY: "DIED, after a short sickness, on Saturday, 25th September, ALEXANDER PAE, in the 21st year of his age. As the husbandman plants the shoot and trains its stem, waters its soil, trims its boughs, and protects its growth, until year by year it puts forth a graceful foliage and becomes the beauty of the grove; so the hand of the Almighty dealt with him whose once ruddy cheek and manly form now lies in a narrow grave. Old age naturally expires in its twilight-the brightness of manhood like the sun in his zenith may be obscured by a cloud; but alas! here in the morning of life, blooming with the tints of youth and beaming with the rays of hope, overshadowed by the wing of death. "How unsearchable are the judgments of the Almighty and his ways past finding out!" When one so young and in robust health suddenly sickens and dies, how vain seem the fairest prospects of life- how truly does our existence appear like the flower on the field-"the wind passeth over it and it is gone!" "Time is fleeting, And our hearts, though stout and brave, Still, like muffled drums, are beating, Funeral marches to the grave!" The last solemn march of our youthful friend is finished, and his heart has ceased to beat: But when he was with us, his amiable disposition gained a warm place in the bosom of his friends; and his quiet, unobtrusive spirit, beautifully contrasting with the rude temper of the mass, attracted all his acquaintance. So upright and dutiful a son was he that he became a counsellor and companion of his parents- a fit solace for their declining years, and a proper staff for their increasing age. No earthly gains can compensate their loss- no human means can repair the desolation of their hearts; but in their affliction they have the consolation that death has come without his sting, and the grave has gained no victory. In an hour when Hope spread out long years to come, and health flattered with a pleasant prospect, their son resigned the pleasure of this world and sought favour with his Creator. In his short career, he adorned the doctrine of the Saviour with a godly life; and when the "King of Terrors" came, as his own words testified, he was ready! Gently he trod the path of life-calmly he passed through the vale of death- and peacefully his spirt rests within the gates of Heaven! "And when ye stand Where that fair brow and those unfrosted locks Return to dust-where the young sleeper waits The resurrection morn, -oh! lift the heart In praise to him who gave the victory!" A. COMPANION." (8 Oct 1847 Richmond Whig (Richmond, VA) p. 4)
OBITUARY: "Died - Yesterday, Thomas Pae, son of James Pae, aged 8 yars and 6 months." (Richmond Whig and Public Advertiser, 2 Aug 1838, page 2)
MARRIAGE NOTICES: "Married - In Richmond on Nov. 23, by Rev. C.H. Read, Egbert [sic] R. Banks, of Petersburg, to Miss Isabella M. Pae, daughter of James Pae, of Richmond" (Richmond Whig and Public Advertiser, 1 Dec 1854, page 1); "Married - In Richmond on Nov. 23, by Rev. C.H. Read, Robert R. Banks, of Petersburg, to Miss Isabella M. Pae, daughter of James Pae, of Richmond" (Richmond Whig and Public Advertiser, 1 Dec 1854, page 1)
1860 CENSUS: There is an entry in the 1860 census for R. R. Banks and his family. Also included is his sister (?) Martha A. Banks (age 26) (Banks, R. R., Petersburg West Ward, Petersburg, VA).
1870 CENSUS: There is an entry in the 1870 census for Robert R. Banks and his family. Also included are his mother-in-law, Catherine nee Allan Pae and his brother (?) Thomas Banks (age 44). (Banks, Robert R., District 2, Dinwiddle, VA).
1880 CENSUS: There is an entry in the 1880 census for Isabella M. Banks and her family (Maggie age 22, James aged 20, and Isabella age 16). Also included is her sister-in-law, Mattie Banks. Both Isabella M. and Mattie Banks identify themselves as having been born in Virginia, but both of their parents were born in Scotland. (Banks, Isabella M., Supervisors District 2, Namozine District, Dinwiddle, VA).
BIOGRAPHY OF ROBERT R. BANKS: "A prosperous farmer and merchant in Petersburg who served with Company E, VA 12th, "Petersburg Rifleman". He was wounded at the Battle of Chancellorsville (April 27-May 6, 1863) and his heroics were mentioned in report of Brig. Gen. William Mahone, C. S. Army, commanding brigade: "Among the gallant spirits who were seriously wounded, Captain [Robert R.] Banks, Company E, Twelfth Virginia Infantry, must be mentioned. He fell among the foremost in the skirmish fight of his regiment on the turnpike, May 1, and was at the time commanding our advance guard. His conduct on this occasion was beautifully heroic."
NEWSPAPER ARTICLE: "Captain Robert Banks is lying so very ill at his residence, near Petersburg, that two of his most intimate friends were refused the privilege of seeing him on last Sunday." (5 Sep 1871 The Daily State Journal (Alexandria, VA) p. 3.)
NEWSPAPER ARTICLE: ""Mrs. Captain R.R. Banks is reported as extremely ill this afternoon. Her disease is consumption. Mrs. Banks is a native of Richmond, where she has relatives and friends." (18 Sep 1889 Richmond Dispatch (Richmond, VA) p. 4)
OBITUARY: "Death of a Well-Known Lady. Mr. John G. Andrews yesterday received a telegram announcing the death, in Petersburg, of Mrs. Isabella M. Banks, whose illness was mentioned in the Dispatch yesterday. Deceased was a highly accomplished lady and well known in Richmond. The funeral will take place to-morrow morning in Petersburg." (19 Sep 1889 Richmond Dispatch (Richmond, VA) p. 1)
Isabella M. PAE and Robert R. BANKS had the following children:
53 i. Margaret R.8 BANKS (1858-) 54 ii. James Pae8 BANKS (1859-1925) 55 iii. Isabella Muir8 BANKS (1862-1932)
According to an article written about his uncle, Samuel S. Bath, James claimed to have migrated West with his uncle ca. 1850. He stayed with his uncle for a short time and returned back to Virginia, residing for a time in Newport News. He ultimately wound up in Scottsburg, VA and was still living there in 1922 according to his younger sister Catherine's obituary (below). According to an annotated photograph of James A. Pae, he died in 1930. This photograph identifies him as an "Engineer And Mach. On Donirick R." In a newspaper account (below) he indicates he served in the Sixth Virginia Regiment during the civil war.
James A. PAE married Susan R. TUCK, daughter of Madison Allen and Sarah (Sallie) nee Dunkley Tuck, on 13 Dec 1860 in Halifax Co. VA. She was born ca. July 1842 in Halifax Co. Virginia. She died sometime between 1920 when she appears in the census for Roanoke, Halifax Co. VA and 25 Dec 1926, when, according to her husband's record of death he is listed as widowed.
CENSUS ENTRIES: James is included in the VA 1840-1860 census entries for his father. Susan "Pac" is included in the 1880 census entry for her parents, but curiously her husband does not appear. In the 1900 census for Roanoke, Halifax Co. VA, supervisor district no. 6, enumeration district no. 55, sheet 4, line 10, there appears the following entry: "Pae, James A.; Head; W; M; Dec 1837; 63; M; 39; born in VA; father born in Scotland, mother born in VA; locomotive engineer, not employed during the last 7 months; rents home. With him are his wife, Susan, and a brother-in-law, George W. Tuck. James and his wife also appear in the 1920 census for Roanoke, Halifax Co. VA.
An article containing reminiscences by Dr. J. M. Blair, one of the first residents of the Monroe mentions the following story."The railway came in 1873. It was a great occasion, and hundreds of people came to Monroe for miles around to see the trains run. I rode on the first that went out of Monroe. It was only a work train, just a couple of cars hooked on to a dinkly little engine. But we thought it was a wonderful thing back in those days. James Pea, a brother of Mrs. John Rudge, was the engineer, and he let his nephew, Eugene Moore, and myself, ride in the engine with him to Wingate, which was then known as 'Ames' Turnout.' It was named after Col. Ames, who was one of the construction engineers. We walked back from 'Ames' Turnout'." (19 Jan 1917 The Monroe Journal p. 1)
NEWSPAPER ARTICLE ABOUT HIM: "A VALUABLE INVENTION.-We clip from an Alabama paper, the following in regard to an invention recently made by Capt. James Pae, once a well-known engineer on the Carolina Central Railway. Mr. James A. Pae, one of the engineers on the M.& E. R. R. has invented a new contrivance, which promises to be of very great benefit to the traveling public. It is a device for arresting or preventing the escape of sparks from the smoke stacks of coal or wood burning locomotives, steamboats and also can be used on stationary engines. All those who travel on railroads, particularly those roads on which they burn coal, are aware how disagreeable are the sparks coming from the locomotive, filling the eyes, ears and very frequently burning holes in clothing. By Mr. Pae's invention all this is prevented and not one single spark is permitted to escape, to annoy the passengers, and not only is this prevented, but the escaped sparks are utilized by this new improvement; they are collected in a box and by means of small pipes can be used to sand the track or else for the ballast, the machinery of the engine is also protected from the wear usually caused by falling sparks. Mr. Pae has applied for a patent of this new discovery, which promises to be a blessing to the travelling public. Another benefit derived from it, is, its economy, it costs less to construct one and fuel is saved by its use. Mr. Pae desires us to say to those railroads who contemplate using a spark arrester or another patent to hold on and give his a fair trial. His has been carefully examined by many railroad officials and pronounced excellent." (25 Jun 1877 Monroe Enquirer p. 3)
NEWSPAPER ARTICLE ABOUT HIM: "WANTS TO BE A COURIER. There is an old Confederate "Vet" in Newport News who is anxious to be one of Lee's couriers. James A. Pae is the old soldier's name. He saw service in the Sixth Virginia Regiment during the civil war and says he is ready to go to Cuba as a courier if General Lee will make a place for --m. "(4 May 1898 Daily Press (Newport News, VA) p. 1)
According to his certificate of death, he was committed to the State Hospital on 15 Aug 1921.
Catherine S. first married Alexander Hamilton Marks, son of William B. and Sarah L. Marks on 22 Jan 1856 in Richmond, Henrico Co. VA. In the marriage record she is identified as age 17 and the daughter of "Archd. Pea" and his wife "Sophia". (Batch no. M86864-6 Virginia EASy, film no. 33620, p. 11).
MARRIAGE NOTICE: "Pae, Kate m. Marks, Alexander Hamilton I - 12 1856 Petg. The Daily Express Jan 24 -2/5" (Petersburg Public Library Newspaper Index 1787-1877)
Alexander H. Marks and his wife appear in the 1860, and 1870 censuses for Petersburg, VA. The 1860 census refers to her as "Catherine Marks" and 22 years old. The 1870 census refers to her as "Kate S. Marks" and 27 years old.
According to a record of his death, Alexander died on 16 Jul 1885 in Petersburg, VA at the age of 54. He is identified as married at the time of his death. (Batch no. B05334-0-6 Virginia EASy, film no. 33443).
The next record strongly suggests Alexander and his wife must have divorced, as Catherine was remarried by 1880.
Catherine S. nee Pae MARKS second married Horace Clifford TURPIN, son of John and Susan W. nee Bell Turpin. He was born ca. 1841 and died in 1882. He is buried at the Shockoe Hill Cemetery, Richmond, VA. Catherine S. and Horace appear together in the 1880 census for Detroit, Wayne Co. MI. In it she is identified as "Kate" and age 37, father born in Scotland, mother in VA.
According to her death certificate, she was a resident of the District of Columbia for 35 years, i.e. since 1883. She appears in multiple Washington D.C. city directories published between 1888 and her death: e.g. 1889: "Turpin, Kate S., widow of Horace C., living at 307 C Northwest, District of Columbia, DC." (Boyds Directory for Washington D.C. 1889 p. 850.)
1900 CENSUS: Turpin, Kate; Lodger; [Born] Sep 1851; 48 years old; widow; mother of 0 children; born in VA, father born in Scotland, mother born in VA.
1910 CENSUS: Turpin, Kate; Lodger; 50 years old; widow; mother of 0 children; born in VA, father born in Scotland, England; mother born in VA.
DEATH NOTICE: "Deaths reported... Kate S. Turpin 75, 221 M street sw" (12 Dec 1918 Evening Star (Washington, D.C.) p. 9; 12 Dec 1918 Washington Post (Washington, D.C.) p. 16.
OBITUARY: "Mrs. Kate S. Turpin, the only sister of Mrs. J. W. Rudge, died at her home in Washington, Tuesday. Mrs. Turpin was well-known by the older citizens of Monroe, having visited here a number of times." (13 Dec 1918 The Monroe Journal p. 5)
Caroline married John William RUDGE, son of John RUDGE and Louisa MITCHELL, on 11 Oct 1870 in Wilmington, New Hanover Co. NC. He was born on 17 Feb 1849 in Le Havre, Seine Maritime, France. He died on 3 Dec 1915 at the Morganton State Hospital, Morganton, Burke Co. NC. He is buried 5 Dec 1915 in Monroe Cemetery, Monroe, Union Co., NC. In various records he is referred to as a "Tinner", a "Tin Smith", a "Contractor", and a "Plumber". He was also a member First Presbyterian Church, Monroe Union Co. NC. Here's a photograph of Caroline Virginia Pae Rudge and her husband. Photographs and information about her husband's family and her descendants is available here.
RECORD OF MARRIAGE: "John Rudge married Carrie V. Pae, 3rd dau. of Archie Pea, Esq. of VA, 11 Oct. 1870." (St. James Church Records, Wilmington, New Hanover Co. NC)
MARRIAGE ANNOUNCEMENT - "MARRIED. In this city, on the 11th inst. by the Rev. F. M. Wood, Mr. JOHN W. RUDGE to Miss CARRIE V. PEA, third daughter of Archie Pea, Esq., formerly of Virginia. Richmond and Petersburg papers please copy." Wilmington Journal 21 Oct 1870, v. 26. 2nd MARRIAGE ANNOUNCEMENT - "MARRIED. In this city, on the 11th inst. at the residence of the bride's father by Rev. Frank H. Wood, Mr. John W. Rudge and Miss Carrie V. Pea, daughter of Archie Pea, formerly of Petersburg, VA. Petersburg papers please copy." Daily Journal & Wilmington Morning Star 14 Oct 1870, v. 7, no. 18.
Caroline Virginia and her husband migrated to Monroe, Union Co., NC, where she opened a millinery store with her mother in law, Mrs. Louisa nee Mitchell RUDGE on 24 Apr 1877.
AD FOR STORE - "MILLINERY GOODS.-Mrs. Rudge." "NEW STOCK OF MILLINERY GOODS. New Opening on Tuesday April the 24th. Mrs. L. Rudge and Mrs. Carrie V. Rudge respectfully call the attention of the citizens of Monroe and surrounding country to the fact that they will have ready for exhibition at their Millinery Store, next door to Stewarts Clothing store, on Tuesday the 24th inst, a fine and select stock of Ladies and Childrens Hats and Bonnets trimmed and untrimmed, Ribbons, Trimmings, Flowers and Millinery Goods generally. A Dress making department is in connection with the above, where customers can be accommodated on short notice, in fashionable styles, and low prices. A call is respectfully solicited." (23 Apr 1877 Monroe Enquirer p. 3)
Beginning in 29 Sep 1877 ads for the store list only Caroline and drop references to dress making. It appears she continued to operate the store over the course of several decades, despite several changes in location including a brief migration with her husband to Savannah in the 1890s.
FIRST OBITUARY - "MRS. CARRIE VIRGINIA RUDGE DIES SUDDENLY. One of Monroe's Best Women Passed Away at Midnight Hour Tuesday Night. Mrs. Carrie Virginia Rudge died Tuesday night at 12:30 o'clock at the home of her daughter, Mrs. James T. Griffith on West Windsor street, following an acute attack of heart disease of about half-hour duration. Mrs. Rudge was a native of Richmond, Va. She was born in that city on March 4th, 1844, and was therefore a little more than 78 years of age. Before marriage she was Miss Carrie Virginia Paye. Her ancestors were of Scotch-English descent, but for several generations they had been Virginians. One brother, Mr. James A. Paye of Scottsburg, Va., survives. Mrs. Rudge moved with her husband, the late J. W. Rudge, to Monroe from Wilmington 47 years ago, and Mr. Rudge died in 1915. One son, Mr. W. J. Rudge, and two daughters, Mrs. Carrie Coble and Mrs. James T. Griffith, all of Monroe, survive. For a number of years Mrs. Rudge had made her home with Mrs. Griffith and received all the kind consideration possible for children to bestow upon a beloved mother. Deceased was a devoted member of the Presbyterian church and she was a most excellent lady of strong christian character, kindly inclinations, and a helpful spirit. She was a devoted mother and loved her grand-children as her own. She was a lady of wide acquaintance, and numbered her friends by the thousands in North Carolina and Virginia. Funeral services were conducted at home of Mrs. Griffith Wednesday afternoon at 6 o'clock. Drs. H. E. Gurney, former pastor of the Monroe Presbyterian Church and a long time friend of the Rudge family conducted the services. The remains were interred in the Monroe Cemetery in the presence of a large concourse of relatives and friends who had gathered to pay their last tribute of respect to this good woman, the large and beautiful floral offerings bespeaking to some extent the love and esteem in which she was held by all who knew her. Messrs. J. H. Lee, M. F. Blakeney, I. A. Stewart, S. O. Blair, R. A. Morrow, W. Wolfe, and G. M. Beasley were the pall bearers." (21 Jul 1922 The Monroe Journal, p. 1)
SECOND OBITUARY- "DEATH OF MRS. J.W. RUDGE. Mrs. Carrie Virginia Rudge died Wednesday night, July 19th, at 12:30 o'clock in the home of her daughter, Mrs. James T. Griffith, on West Windsor street, following an acute attack of heart disease of half-hour duration. Mrs. Rudge was a native of Richmond, Va., having been born in that city March 4, 1844, and she was therefore 78 years of age. Her maiden name was Paye, her ancestors being of Scotch-Irish descent, but for several generations had been Virginians. Only a brother of her father's family survives, he being Mr. James A. Paye, of Scottsburg, Va. Mrs. Rudge came with her husband, the late J.W. Rudge, to Monroe 47 years ago, from Wilmington, N.C. Mr. Rudge died in 1915. Surviving are one son, Mr. W. J. Rudge, and two daughters, Mrs. Carrie Coble and Mrs. James T. Griffith, all of Monroe. Mrs. Rudge made her home for a number of years with Mrs. Griffith, receiving the loving consideration and kindness only a devoted daughter can give to her mother. Mrs. Rudge was a devoted member of the Presbyterian church. Hers was a strong character, and a most excellent lady, her life being one of kindliness, helpfulness and friendliness with those with whom she came in contact. She was devoted to her children and grandchildren, and her friends were numbered by her acquaintances, not only in Monroe, but throughout the States of Virginia and North Carolina. Funeral services were conducted yesterday afternoon at 6:30 o'clock from the home of Mr. Griffith. Drs. H. E. Gurney, pastor of Providence Church and a long time friend of the deceased, conducting services. His tribute was simple yet earnest and appreciative of a long life well spent and full of good works. Interment was in the Monroe Cemetery, a large congregation assembling to pay last respects to a dear old friend and neighbor. The floral offerings were profuse and beautiful. The pallbearers were Messrs. J. H. Lee, M. F. Blakeney, J. A. Stewart, S. O. Blair, R. A. Morrow, W. Wolfe, and G. M. Beasley."
THIRD OBITUARY - "DEATHS AND FUNERALS... MRS. CARRIE VIRGINIA RUDGE. Mrs. Carrie Virginia Rudge died Wednesday night at 12:30 o'clock at the home of her daughter, Mrs. James T. Griffith on West Windsor street, following an acute attack of heart disease of about half-hour duration. Mrs. Rudge was a native of Richmond, Va. She was born in that city on March 4th, 1844, and was therefore a little more than 78 years of age. Before marriage she was Miss Carrie Virginia Paye. Her ancesters were of Scotch-English descent, but for several generations they had been Virginians. One brother, Mr. James A. Paye of Scottsburg, Va., survives. Mrs. Rudge moved with her husband, the late J. W. Rudge, to Monroe from Wilmington 47 years ago, and Mr. Rudge died in 1915. One son, Mr. J. W. Rudge, and two daughters, Mrs. Carrie Coble and Mrs. James T. Griffith, all of Monroe, survive. Funeral services were conducted at home of Mrs. Griffith Wednesday afternoon at 6:30 o'clock. Drs. H. E. Gurney, former pastor of the Monroe Presbyterian Church and a long time friend of the Rudge family conducted the services. The remains were interred in the Monroe Cemetery." (22 Jul 1922 The Charlotte Observer, p. 13.)
MEMORIAL NOTICE - "In Memoriam. 'Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord, for they rest from their labors, and their works do follow them.' The Auxiliary of the Monroe Presbyterian church is poorer today because of the loss of a beloved member, Mrs. J. W. Rudge. Sorrow is brought to our hearts and into our work by the passing away of this good woman. We bow in humble submission to the will of our Heavenly Father, thankful for the memory of her who lived among us, and for the beautiful daily life she lived. To the members of the family we express our sincere sympathy. We record this testimony of our esteem in the minutes of our Auxiliary.- Miss Anna M. Blair, Mrs. R. A. Morrow, Mrs. I. B. Bourne." (15 Aug 1922 The Monroe Journal, p. 5)
She married George Fennell TILLEY, on 2 Jun 1870 in Wilmington, New Hanover Co. NC. He was born in July of 1846. He died on 9 Mar 1905 and is buried in the Oakdale Cemetery, Wilmington, NC. He was a "Butcher".
OBITUARY: "Died. TILLEY-In Wilmington, N.C. Jan. 23rd, Mrs. Mary E., wife of George F. Tilley, and daughter of Archibald Pea of Richmond, Va. in the 23rd year of her age. The friends and acquaintances are invited to attend her funeral, at 3 o'clock this afternoon, from her late residence, corner Third and Harnett streets. Richmond papers please copy." (24 Jan 1872 The Morning Star p. 1)
Mary Elizabeth nee PAE and George Fennell TILLEY had the following children:
56 i. Joseph Archibald8 TILLEY (1872-1872)
George Fennell TILLEY second married Martha A. Johnson on 21 May 1873, and by her had two children.
OBITUARY: "MR. GEO. F. TILLEY DEAD. Passed Away Yesterday Morning at His Home on Dock Street. Mr. George F. Tilley passed away yesterday morning at his home No. 712 Dock street, after a long illness, although he had not been confined to his bed but a few days. The deceased was in his 57th year and had always lived in this city. For a long time he conducted a stall at the market house, but his health has been so bad for some time past that he has not been able to work. He married a Miss Mattie Bishop, who preceded him to the grave two years ago. He is survived by his sister, Mrs. Mollie Bishop, and four sons, Messrs. John F., George E., Joseph M. and Willie F. Tilley. The funeral will be conducted this morning at 11 o'clock from the late residence with interment in Oakdale." (10 Mar 1905 The Wilmington Messenger (Wilmington, NC) p. 8)
Zachary Thomas married Martha ROBERTSON, daughter of Thomas S. J. R. and Martha nee Wood ROBERTSON, on 2 May 1871 in Graham, Alamance Co. NC (North Carolina Marriages 1759-1979, LDS Batch no. M73420-9, source film no. 1689671, ref. p00440). Martha "Mattie" was born ca. May 1852 in Dover, Morris Co. NJ. She died on 18 Jan 1929 in Salisbury, Rowan Co. NC and is buried at the Chestnut Hill Cemetery, Salisbury, Rowan Co. NC.
NOTICES OF DEATH AND OBITUARY: "Last Saturday about 6:15 p.m., the incoming train of the M. & E. R. R. Met with quite an accident at the switch near Thompson's station. The switch had been turned from its regular position, so as to throw the train off the track. The train was going rather fast. The engine went off and turned over. The tender fell across the track. The cars all ran together, breaking off the platforms, but none of them left the rails. Mr. Zach. Pea [sic], the engineer, was badly scalded from his neck to his feet. He was caught in the fall of the engine near the safety valve, which opened and the hot steam came pouring on him. In this position he remained until the train help could reach him and get him away. He was carried to a house near by and about 8 o'clock Sunday morning was taken by a freight train, which left here Saturday night, and brought to the city, reaching his home Sunday morning. His injuries were very severe and his suffering intense until about half-past 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon, when he died. He was a superior engineer, and had been in the service of the road sometime. He was a kind, warm-hearted man and universally liked, and his death is a cause of sorrow to all who knew him. He leaves a wife and several children." (20 Nov 1877 The Montgomery Advertiser (Montgomery, AL) p. 3; "North Carolinian Dead. We understand a dispatch was received by Capt. Robinson, of the North Carolina Railroad, yesterday, that his son- in-law, Mr. Zack Pae, formerly of Company Shops, but recently an engineer on the Mobile & Ohio Railroad, was killed by an accident on that road last Saturday, and that his wife is on her way with his corpse for burial at Company Shops. There are no particulars as to the cause of his death except that it was by an accident on the road." (20 Nov 1877 Raleigh News (Raleigh, NC) p. 4); "Raleigh News: A dispatch was received by Capt. Robinson, of the North Carolina Railroad, yesterday, that his son- in-law, Mr. Zack Pae, formerly of Company Shops, but recently an engineer on the Mobile & Ohio Railroad, was killed by an accident on that road last Saturday, and that his wife is on her way with his corpse for burial at Company Shops. There are no particulars as to the cause of his death except that it was by an accident on the road." (21 Nov 1877 The Daily Review (Wilmington, NC) p. 4); "Raleigh News: We understand that a dispatch was received by Captain Robinson, of the North Carolina Railroad, yesterday, that his son- in-law, Mr. Zack Pae, formerly of Company Shops, but recently an engineer on the Mobile & Ohio Railroad, was killed by an accident on that road last Saturday, and that his wife is on her way with his corpse for burial at Company Shops." (23 Nov 1877 The Weekly Star (Wilmington, NC) p. 2); "The remains of Mr. Zack Pae, formerly a well known and popular locomotive engineer on the North Carolina Railroad, passed through this city yesterday morning for their burial at Company Shops." (24 Nov 1877 The Wilmington Morning Star (Wilmington, NC) p. 1); "Mr. Zack Pae, formerly of Company Shops, but recently an engineer on the Mobile and Ohio Railroad, was killed on accident on that road last Saturday, the 17th." (26 Nov 1877 The Southern Home (Charlotte, NC) p. 3); "The remains of Mr. Zack Pae, formerly a well known and popular locomotive engineer on the North Carolina Railroad, passed through this city yesterday morning for their burial at Company Shops." (30 Nov 1877 The Weekly Star (Wilmington, NC) p. 1); "SCALDED TO DEATH.-On the 17th inst., Mr. Zach Pae, a brother of Mrs. J.W. Rudge, of this place, who was an engineer on an Alabama rail road, was badly scalded by his engine turning over, and died the next day from his injuries. The accident was caused by a misplaced switch. His remains were brought to Company Shops, N. C. for interment. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rudge met the sad party at Charlotte, and accompanied the remains of their relative to their last resting place." (24 Nov 1877 The Monroe Enquirer p. 3)
Zachary Thomas PAE and Martha ROBERSTON had the following children:
57 i. Thomas James8 PAE (1872 1944) ii. Katie Clifford8 PAE. She was born on 6 Sep 1873 and died on 6 Sep 1878. She is buried at the Providence Memorial Church Cemetery, Graham, Alamance Co. NC. 58 iii. Eva Taylor8 PAE (1877 1958)
In the 1880 census for Graham, Alamance County, NC, Martha PAE is identified as being born in New Jersey ca. 1852 and a dressmaker. With her are her two children, Thomas William and Eva Taylor PAE.
On 9 Sep 1885, Martha nee Robertson PAE second married James Wesley JONES in Alamance Co. NC. They had 8 additional children together. They appear in the 1900 census for Troy, Montgomery Co., NC; the 1910 census for Salisbury, Rowan Co. NC; and the 1920 census for Harnett, New Hanover Co. NC.
59 i. Isabella8 PAE (d 1911) 60 ii. Agnes Kirkwood8 PAE (d 1906) 61 iii. George8 PAE (1851-1907) 62 iv. Mary8 PAE (d 1932) 63 v. Catherine8 PAE (d 1911) 64 vi. Margaret Pea8 MILLAR (b 1858) 65 vii. Elizabeth8 PAE (d 1862) 66 viii. Alexandria8 PAE (1862-1862) 67 ix. Jemima8 PAE (1864-1864)
OBITUARY: "The funeral of Miss Margaret Banks, a sister of Mr. James P. Banks, a well-known druggist in this city, took place from Tabb Street Presbyterian Church this afternoon. Miss Banks died in Williamsburg, Va. last Sunday night." (29 Jan 1908 Richmond Times Dispatch p. 4)
James Pae married Jessie Virginia FEILD, daughter of Col. Everard Meade and Mary Louise nee Fox Feild, on 6 May 1886 in Petersburg, VA. She was born on 25 Dec 1859 in Greenville Co. VA and died on 23 Jan 1938 in Petersburg, VA. She was buried on 24 Jan 1938 in the Blanford Cemetery, Petersburg, VA.
OBITUARY:"PROMINENT CITIZEN OF PETERSBURG DIES AFTER BRIEF ILLNESS. James P. Banks Was Leader in Masonic and Church Affairs. PETERSBURG, VA. Jan. 10-James P. Banks, 64, one of Petersburg's most prominent citizens, died at his home, 111 Marshall Street, shortly after 11 o'clock today, following an illness of less than four days. His death was a distinct shock to the community, only a few of his many friends knowing Ęthat he was ill until his death was reported. Mr. Banks was taken ill with a severe cold several days ago, this ailment affecting his heart. Mr. Banks was an outstanding figure in the life of the city because of his activities in the Masonic Lodge and in Tabb Street Presbyterian Church, and by virtue of his standing as a druggist. He was an authority on history, particularly pertaining to Petersburg. He wrote histories of both Tabb Street Church and Blandford Lodge, No. 3, A. F.& A. M., one of the oldest Masonic lodges in America. He is survived by his wife, Miss Jessie Field, daughter of the late Colonel E. M. Field. Also four daughters: Mrs. Herbert Young, Mrs. Richard Carmine, and Miss Isabelle Blanks [sic], all of this city, and Mrs. George Jones, of Albany, Ga., and one sister, Mrs. William S. Sanderson. Funeral services have not been completed." (11 Jan 1925 Richmond Times Dispatch p. 1); FUNERAL NOTICE: "CONDUCT FUNERAL OF JAMES P. BANKS. Funeral services for James P. Banks, one of Petersburg's most prominent citizens, who died Saturday morning at his home, following an illness of only four days, were held this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the grave in Blandford Cemetery. Rev. Edwin Hemphill, pastor of Tabb Street Presbyterian Church, of which Mr. Banks was a prominent member for many years, officiated. The following served as pall-bearers: Honorary, Randolph Madison, Charles Camp, William F. Spotswood, Dr. J. Bolling Jones, Robert K. Donald, Archie Tweatt, Dr. W. C. Moomaw, S. H. Hobbs, Max K. Donnan, Judge W. H. Mann, Sr., Alex D. Hamilton, H. M. Woody and W. E. Armstrong. Active, Dr. J. D. Osborne, H. P. Harrison, Samuel Burwell, E. B. Spottswood, Alfred Friend, Dennie Perkinson adn W. W. Presson." (13 Jan 1925 Richmond Times Dispatch, p. 16)
OBITUARY: "Announcements. Deaths. BANKS--Died at her home, 111 Marshall Street, Petersburg, January 23, 1938 at 12:55 A. M., Jessie Feild Banks, widow of James P. Banks. Funeral services will be conducted this (Monday) afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the grave in Blanford Cemetery, Petersburg. Friends of the family are invited."; OBITUARY: "MRS. JESSIE F. BANKS. PETERSBURG-Mrs. Jessie F. Banks, widow of James P. Banks, died at the residence, 11 Marshall Street, yesterday. She is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Herbert M. Young, Mrs. Margaret B. Carmine, Miss Isabel M. Banks and Mrs. George W. Jones; two sisters, Mrs. Frances Parham and Miss Lizzie Field, and one brother, Dr. Moyland Field. Funeral services will be held at 3:30 today at the graveside in Blandford Cemetery." (24 Jan 1938 Richmond Times Dispatch (Richmond, VA) p. 13)
James Pae BANKS and Jessie Virginia FEILD had the following children:
i. Louise Fox9 BANKS (1887 1968) ii. Robert Richie9 BANKS (1890 1891) iii. Margaret Richie9 BANKS (1894 1977) iv. Mary Moylan Feild9 BANKS (1895 1969) v. Isabella M.9 BANKS (1898 1989)
OBITUARY: "Dr. William Staton Anderson was born at or near Lizards Lick, in Marks Creek Township, Wake County, in a small community between Wendell & Zebulon, NC. He was the 3rd of 5 known surviving children (4 boys/1 girl) born to Jesse Staton Anderson and his (1st) wife Mary Todd. He was the paternal grandson of Henry Anderson (ca. 1763) and Lovey Staton; and gr-grandson of William Anderson (ca. 1715-1789) and his (2nd) wife Mourning Price, all of Edgecombe County. This branch of the Anderson's is believed to have migrated from Virginia to Bertie/Edgecombe County in the early 1700's. His father, Jesse Staton Anderson, removed from Edgecombe early 1840's, and most of his progeny stayed in the vicinity. On his mother's side, he was the maternal grandson of Moses Todd, Jr. & Elizabeth "Betsy" Massey of Wake County. William was just 8 years old when his mother died in 1853, and within a few years his 45-yr old father married (2nd) Mary Ann Tucker, the 25-year old daughter of McClendon Tucker & Martha Todd (his 1st wife's sister) of Wake County. This marriage resulted in the birth of 4 more children (2 boys/2 girls). When Mary Ann died in 1877, his father married her younger sister, Margaret Tucker, who was mother to his last child, Mary (ca. 1879). When Civil War broke out, William and his older brother Henry Harrison Anderson (age 18) enlisted with the Company H of the NC 31st Regiment. Older brother, James Lawrence Anderson (at age 21) would join the unit the following year. William was only 16 years old when he signed up with the NC 31st on October 14, 1861. His unit was stationed at Roanoke Island and engaged the invading Union army led by Brig. Gen. Ambrose Burnside on February 7-8, 1862. Battle of Roanoke Island became the one of the first major Union victories of the war, giving the Yankees control of the mouth of Albemarle Sound, a key Confederate bay that allowed the Union to threaten the Rebel capital of Richmond from the south. The 31st at Roanoke were reportedly "ill-equipped and poorly clothed, often armed with nothing more than their own shotguns. All told, the number came to about 1,400 infantrymen, but the number available for duty was smaller than that because the living conditions put as many as one-fourth of the command on the sick list." William was one of the 2,500 Confederates captured after the battle and held as POW. Private William S. Anderson was later part of the prisoner exchange and was discharged on March 1, 1863 at age 18. Both his older brothers remained with the NC 31st and both were wounded at the Battle of White Hall fought near Goldsboro, Wayne Co, on December 15-16, 1862. Regaining his health, the young man turned his eye towards healing, and pursued his education with vigor, and by 1870 he had removed to Wilson Co, NC where he began his practice under the tutelage of Dr. Stephen Woodard. On November 9, 1870, the 26-year old married Mary Virginia Woodard, the 19-yr old daughter of his mentor. The couple set up housekeeping in the Black Creek District of Wilson. The couple would eventually become parents to 3 known children (all sons), 2 of whom became doctors: Dr. Paul Vernon Anderson (1874-1961), Dr. Wade Hampton Anderson (1876-1945), and Steve Woodard Anderson (1880-1953). William was widowed in 1887 when his bride of 17 years died at age 36. Shortly thereafter, he married (2nd) Mary Whitehead who died in 1889, leaving no known children. In about 1897, the 52-year old twice-widowed doctor married for the 3rd and last time to 35-year old Isabell "Bell" Muir Banks of Petersburg, VA. This marriage resulted in the birth of 3 more sons: James Banks Anderson (1899-1941), Lt. Robert Banks Anderson (1893-1918), and Jesse Staton Anderson (1895-1953). Four of William's sons served in World War I. His son, Lt. Robert Banks Anderson, was killed in France during WW I and received the Distinguished Service Cross. "In the attack and defense at Cantigny, France, May 28-30, 1918, he showed utter disregard for his personal safety in leading his command forward in spite of artillery and machine-gun fire. While directing the security of his men after the advance, and in order to make certain that they were protected first, he himself was killed. Next of kin. Dr. W. S. Anderson, Wilson, N. C." He is buried in Grave 153, U S. Military Cemetery, Bonviller Oise, France. In 1905 Dr. Anderson built his home at 316 West Green Street, which still remains today and is considered "one of the most outstanding and the best preserved examples of Colonial Revival architecture in the oldest residential neighborhood of Wilson. It was the home of the prominent Dr. William S. Anderson and his six sons who played an important role in the development of Wilson. The imposing house features a steeply pitched slate roof with dormers and heavy pediments, a Palladian window echoed on the second floor, and columned two-story porch." Dr. William Staton Anderson practiced medicine up until his death, passing on Independence Day, July 4, 1927 at the advanced age of 82. His 3rd wife, Bell Banks Anderson, survived him less than 5 years, passing in 1932 at age 70."
OBITUARY:"Isabell "Bell" Muir Banks was born 1862 in Petersburg, VA, the youngest of 3 known surviving children (2 girls/1 boy) born to Capt. Robert R. Banks, CSA and his wife, Isabell M. Pae. She is the direct descendant of Scottish immigrants on both sides of her family tree, being the paternal grandchild of Thomas Banks (1785-1853) and wife Margaret of Scotland; and maternal grandchild of James Valence Pae (1793-1865) and wife Catherine Allen of Scotland. Both families settled in the Richmond-Petersburg area of Virgina. Her maternal grandfather was a Richmond iron merchant who produced arms for the Confederacy. There is a confederate application for a presidential pardon by James Pae that was written in July 5, 1865 (about a month before his death), that mentions his factory being burnt down during the war and proclaims his allegiance to the United States. Bell's father was a prosperous farmer/merchant in Petersburg who served with Company E, VA 12th, "Petersburg Rifleman". He was wounded at the Battle of Chancellorsville (April 27-May 6, 1863) and his heroics were mentioned in report of Brig. Gen. William Mahone, C. S. Army, commanding brigade: "Among the gallant spirits who were seriously wounded, Captain [Robert R.] Banks, Company E, Twelfth Virginia Infantry, must be mentioned. He fell among the foremost in the skirmish fight of his regiment on the turnpike, May 1, and was at the time commanding our advance guard. His conduct on this occasion was beautifully heroic." Bell was just 9 years old when her father died in 1871 at age 43. Her widowed mother remained on the family farm in Dinwiddie County raising her 3 children. It is not known how Bell and Dr. William S. Anderson met, but in about 1897, the 35-year old became his 3rd wife. She would be mother to 3 of his sons: James Banks Anderson (1899-1941), Lt. Robert Banks Anderson (1893-1918), and Jesse Staton Anderson (1895-1953). Bell was widowed in 1927 when her husband died at age 82. She survived him less than 5 years, passing in 1932 at age 70. "
Isabella Muir BANKS and William Staton ANDERSON had the following children:
i. Robert Banks9 ANDERSON (1893 1918) ii. Jessie Stanton9 ANDERSON (1895 1953) iii. James Banks9 ANDERSON (1899 1941)
OBITUARY: "TILLEY.-In this city, on Thursday, at a quarter past 2 o'clock, Joseph Archibald, infant son of George F. and the late Mary E. Tilley, aged 5 months and 23 days. The funeral will take place this (Friday) afternoon, at 4 o'clock, at the residence of Mrs. C. L. Tilley, on Third, between Walnut and Red Cross streets, thence to Oakdale Cemetery. [Richmond (Va.) papers please copy." (14 Jun 1872 The Wilmington Morning Star (Wilmington, NC) p. 1)
Thomas James first married Catherine (aka "Kate") L. BOGGS, daughter of Jay BOGGS, on 3 Apr 1895 at Catharine Lake, Onslow Co. NC. She was born ca. 1874. She died 7 Jun 1902 and is buried at the John Peter Cox Cemetery, Catharine Lake, Onslow Co. NC. Thomas James and Kate appear with their son Franklin in the 1900 census for Wilmington, New Hanover Co. NC.
MARRIAGE NOTICE: "Pac[sic]-Boggs. Capt. Thomas J. Pae, conductor on the Wilmington, Newborn and Norfolk freight train and one of the best to be found anywhere, was married Wednesday afternoon, 3rd instant, at 2 o 'clock at Catharine [sic] Lake, Onslow county, to Miss Kate L., the lovely daughter of Mr. Jay F. Boggs, a prosperous merchant and farmer of that pleasant village which nestles picturesquely upon the banks of the pretty little lake from which it takes its name. The bride and groom were a very handsome couple and the marriage itself, a beautiful one. Rev. C. W. Howard, of Lenoir county, officiated and Miss Maggie Strauss, of Wilmington, presided over the organ, which under her skillful fingers pealed forth the grand old Mendelssohn wedding march as the bridal couple entered and presented themselves at the altar. The ceremony being over, carriages were at once taken for the drive to Jacksoville [sic] where the train was taken to Newborn, and then Mr. and Mrs. Pae immediately embarked on the luxurious steamer Neuse for their bridal trip. They will spend the greater part of it in Washington city. On their return they will make Wilmington their home. The presents received by Mr. and Mrs. Pae were both beautiful and valuable. Their number and worth are a good attestation of the esteem in which they are both held. - Newbern Journal." (5 Apr 1895 The Wilmington Messenger (Wilmington, NC) p. 4)
OBITUARY: "Mrs. Katie Pae, wife of Mr. Thos. Page of Wilmington, is lying at the point of death at her father's home at Catharine Lake. There is no hope of her recovery. " (10 Jun 1902 New Berne Weekly Journal (New Bern, NC) p. 1; 10 Jun 1902 The Daily Journal (New Bern, NC) p. 1); "Mrs. Katie Pae was laid to rest last Sunday. She leaves a host of friends to mourn their loss." (17 Jun 1902 The Daily Journal (New Bern, NC) p. 1)
Thomas James PAE and Catherine BOGGS had the following two children:
i. Unknown9 PAE. (According to the 1900 census Kate had two children, of whom one survived.) 68 ii. Franklin Boggs9 PAE (b 1898 d 1925)
Thomas James second married Eugenia Catherine WESTERMAN, daughter of Henry and Eugenie C. nee Peltier Westerman, on 1 Sep 1904 in Wilmington, New Hanover Co. NC. She was born on 5 Sep 1874 in North Carolina. She died on 6 Jan 1948 in Wilmington, New Hanover Co. NC and is buried at the Oakdale Cemetery, Wilmington, New Hanover Co. NC.
MARRIAGE NOTICE: "PRETTY AFTERNOON WEDDING. Captain Thomas J. Pae and Miss Katherine E. Westerman Were United in Marriage Yesterday. A beautiful afternoon wedding was celebrated yesterday at 5 o'clock at the home of Mrs. E. C. Westerman, No. 318 Red Cross street, when her daughter, Mis [sic] Katherine Eugene [sic] Westerman, a beautiful and accomplished young woman, became the bride of Captain Thomas J. Pae, the popular station master of the Coast Line in this city. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Father Dennen of the Catholic church. Mrs. L. F. Long, of Newton, sister of the bride, was matron of honor and Mr. H. L. Rew was best man. The attendants were Masters Cyril Long and James Western and Misses Elizabeth Sweeney and Minnie DeCover. A number of relatives and friends of the contracting parties were present and witnessed the marriage. It was a green and white wedding and the house had been beautifully decorated for the occasion with smilax, palms and cut flowers. The happy couple left on the 6:50 train via the Coast Line for Asheville and other points in Western North Carolina where they will spend their honeymoon. Mr. and Mrs. Pae were the recipients of many handsome and costly presents. Both the bride and groom have a large number of friends in this city. Those attending the marriage from a distance were Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Long of Newton, and Mrs. E. DeCover, of Cedar Grove, New Jersey" (2 Sep 1904 The Wilmington Messenger (Wilmington, NC) p. 8)
Thomas James and Eugenia Catherine nee Westerman PAE are included in the 1910 -1930 censuses for Wilmington, New Hanover Co. NC.
STORY ABOUT HIM: "CAPT. PAE STATION MASTER. Popular A.C.L. Conductor in Charge of New Station. It is understood that the Atlantic Coast Line has requisitioned one of its most popular passenger conductors to be in charge of the handsome new union station in this city, which was opened Monday. Capt. Thomas J. Pae, it is unofficially announced, is to be station master to succeed Capt. John M. Walker, who has been assigned to other duties in connection with the station in Wilmington. All employees of the station, it is understood, will report to Capt. Pae, who is thoroughly competent and is exceedingly popular with the traveling pubic. He has been on the Wilmington-Columbia run for some time and while he will be missed on that run, it will be very pleasant for his friends to meet him as station master in the handsomest passenger station in the system." (11 Oct 1913 The Wilmington Morning Star (Wilmington, NC) p. 5)
Thomas James PAE and Eugenia Catherine WESTERMAN had the following children:
69 i. Eugenia9 PAE (1908-29 Jan 1958). 70 ii. Zackery Thomas9 PAE (1913-1947)
Eva Taylor PAE and Charles Johnson HARDIE had the following children:
i. Mary Price9 HARDIE. She died young. ii. Thomas Caldwell9 HARDIE (b 1896). iii. Charles Johnson9 HARDIE Jr (b 1899). iv. Nell9 HARDIE (b 1905 in NC). v. Harry L.9 HARDIE (b 1906 in KY). vi. William Zachary9 HARDIE (b 1909 in KY). vii. Howard9 HARDIE (b 1912 in KY).
OBITUARY: "Young Franklin Pae Dies Of Injuries in Car Wreck. (Special to Daily News) Wilmington, Dec. 14. Franklin Pae, son of Captain T. J. Pae, Atlantic Line conductor, died at 4 a.m. today at a friendly farmhouse one mile from Richlands as a result of injuries received late Sunday night when his car skidded and turned over just outside of Richlands. His skull was fractured at the base. The young man was living at Richlands with an uncle. A companion in the car with him suffered minor injuries." (15 Dec 1925 Greensboro Daily News (Greensboro, NC) p. 14)
Eugenia PAE and Hartwell Heath HARRISON had one child:
71 i. Elizabeth Jude10 HARRISON
OBITUARY: "FOUR ARE REPORTED DEAD BY VIOLENCE. The weekend took a toll of at least four lives by accidents and violence in North Carolina, a United Press survey showed today, including two duck hunters who died of shock and exposure after their boat capsized. Albert Jones, 27, and Zachary [sic] Thomas Pae, 34, both of Wilmington, died in a marsh near Kure's beach after they became lost in the dark when their boat capsized. Avery Herring, 20, who tried to hold them out of the incoming tide in the near-freezing night, was in "fair" condition at a Wilmington hospital..." (15 Dec 1947 Statesville Daily Record [Statesville, NC], p. 1); SECOND OBITUARY:"Two Wilmington Men Succumbed to Exposure. Wilmington, Dec. 16 - (AP) - A weekend duck hunting expedition in the Buzzard's Bay area took the lives of two Wilmington men and a third is recovering from shock and exposure in a Wilmington hospital. Zachary Thomas Pae, 34, and Albert Jones, 27, died of exposure after their small boat was swamped Saturday night. Avery Herring, 20, a brother-in-law of Jones was rescued Sunday and is in fair condition." (16 Dec 1947 Robesonian [Lumberton, NC] p. 2)
Zackery Thomas PAE and Marjorie Norma PORTER had children.
After his death, Marjorie Norma second married Anthony SCIALDONE. He was born 7 Jul 1916 at Newton Center in MA. He died on 24 Nov 1996 at Columbia Dade Hospital, Dade Co. FL.
OBITUARY: "ANTHONY SCIALDONE, 80, of Zephyrhills died Sunday at Columbia Dade City Hospital. He moved to this area 12 years ago from Brookline, Mass. He was a retired chauffeur; a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church and the Elks. He is survived by his wife, Norma; two sons, Ronald of Milton, Mass., and Richard of Newark, N.Y.; a stepdaughter, Jane MacQueen of Zephyrhills; three sisters, Louise Jones of Zephyrhills, Anna Messier of Brookline, and Rose Cole of San Diego; three brothers, John of Largo, J oe of Foxboro, Mass., and Louis of Brookline; seven grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Oakley Funeral Home, Zephyrhills." (27 Nov 1996 Tampa Tribune)
OBITUARY: "SCIALDONE, Norma, 95 of Zephyrhills passed away on Monday, Oct. 14, 2013 in Zephyrhills, FL. Norma was born in Whiteville, NC to Elwood & Georgia Barden Porter. She moved to this area in 1985 from Brookline, MA. Norma enjoyed playing bingo, was a member of the Catholic Daughters, the Zephyrhills Elks Lodge and attended St. Joseph's Catholic Church. She was preceded in death by her brothers and sisters Lucy Porter, Manly Porter, Gordon Porter, and Samuel Porter. She is survived by her loving family; daughter Jane MacQueen of Zephyrhills, Grandchildren Robert, Susan, Terry, Great Grandchildren Marissa, Caleigh, Kenneth, Felicia and Laura, four Great, Great Grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. The family will receive friends from 9:00 am until 10:30 am at Hodges Family Funeral Homes 36327 Hwy 54 Zephyrhills followed by a Mass of Christian Burial being said at St. Joseph's Catholic Church at 11:00 am. Norma will be laid to rest with her husband, Anthony in the Serenity Mausoleum at Chapel Hill Gardens."
OBITUARY: "Jude H. Johnson, 73, passed away Tuesday, June 17, 2008, surrounded by family and friends. Funeral: Mass of Christian Burial will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Holy Family Catholic Church. Interment: Greenwood Memorial Park. Visitation: 6 to 8 p.m. Friday at Thompson's Harveson & Cole Funeral Home. Memorials: In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Jude was born Sept. 25, 1934, in Norfolk, Va. She was involved with local community theaters and managed the Scott Theatre for many years. Jude won over 10 Willie awards for best actress, outstanding performance, etc., from the Scott Theatre. She also volunteered with Meals on Wheels and at the local library. Survivors: Sons, Fred Mergner and his wife, Rebecca, and Luther Cyril Mergner and his wife, Cheryl; and grandchildren, Stevi Jude and Isaac Mergner, Luther Cyril Mergner Jr. and Jennifer Mergner." (Published in the Star-Telegram on 6/19/2008.)
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