David Overby


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 Nicholas Overbury
 
 Giles Overbury 
   
  Mary Palmer
 
 Nicholas "The Imigrant"Overby 
   
   Sir John Shirley
   
  Lady Ann Shirley 
   
  Anna Pelham
 
 Nicholas "Ye Younger"Overby 
 
 Nicholas Overby III 
 
 Jeremiah Overby 
   
  Jane  
 
 John Overby 
 
 Robert Overby 
   
  Charlotte ? 
 
 William Epps Overby 
   
  Mary "Polly" Spinner 
 
 David Overby 
birt: 12-22-1851
plac: Raleigh, NC
deat: 4- MAR 1931
plac: Lunenburg Co. VA burried Antioch Cemetery Rt. 138


Mary Elizabeth Moore
marr: 11-16-1869
birt: 8- AUG 1849
deat: burried Lunenburg Co. VA off Rt. 138 near Stoney Creek Manson Farm


Sallie Ann Skinner
marr: 11-15-1885
plac: Lunenburg Co. VA
birt: 8-18-1861
deat: 10-04-1934
plac: Burried Antioch UMC Lunenburg Co. VA
 
  John Williamson
  
  James W. Williamson 
    
   Eupham Short
  
  John Williamson 
    
    Andro Hird
    
   Margaret Hird 
    
   Catharen Browne
  
  William Williamson 
    
    William Turpie 
    
   Christian Turpie 
    
    Alexander Law
    
   Eupham Law 
    
   Kathren Grig
  
  Samuel Williamson 
    
    John Davidson 
    
   Mary Davidson 
  
  James Williamson 
    
   Mary Ikerde 
  
  George Williamson 
    
   Jane McEwen 
  
  Charles Williamson 
    
   Rebecca ? 
  
 Elizabeth Green Williamson 
 
 Rhoda ? 

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Notes:

Served in the Confederate Army. David Overby was just over 13 years old at the end of the Civil War. There is no record found documenting his Confederate service. Oral tradition in the family is that he served in the Petersburg VA Homeguard. He st ated that his service consisted of guarding bridges into the city behind the battle lines. His home at the time was just South of the Appomatox River to the West of the current location of Interstate 95. The UDC placed a Southern Cross at his grav e upon his death in 1931. The cross was stolen from the gravesite in the 1960s and was later privately replaced.