Cabells on the Internet
Related Links to Online Resources
Official homepage of The Cabell Foundation, Inc., “A Virginia Memorial and Genealogical Organization.”
Notes and images prepared by Thomas Turpin Bannister of the University of Rochester’s Department of Biology for a presentation at the Cabell Foundation’s Annual Meeting in Williamsburg in October 2000.
Online guide to the largest single collection of Cocke family papers, chiefly correspondence to Gen. John Hartwell Cocke.
Online calendar of Jefferson Papers deposited at the University.
Scanned documents and images by and about Jefferson, maintained by the Electronic Text Center at the University of Virginia.
A University of Virginia Special Collections online exhibit from 1995.
An extensive database, based in part on the Cabell Family Papers at U.Va., which documents over 1,200 enslaved persons who lived on the vast Corotoman estate in Lancaster County, Va., from 1653 to 1862. Joseph Carrington Cabell became part owner of Corotoman and its enslaved population in 1807, and Corotoman remained in Cabell ownership until 1862.