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Charles S.? Hoyle

ID Number: T00059

Biographical Data
Basic Identification

Gender: male

Ethnicity: European American

Immigration: Supposedly born in Ireland

Attributed Race: white

Free or Enslaved: free

Birth & Family

Birth Date: 1753/00/00

Birthplace: unknown

Mother: unknown

Father: unknown

1st Spouse: Christian Hoyle

2nd Spouse: male

Age Details

Age: 72 ?

Age Group: adult (20-59)

Life Details

Occupation(s): tavern and innkeeper

Last Church: St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

Military Service: unknown

Last Residence: Lynchburg, Virginia

Last Address:

Death

Death Date: 1825/09/13

Death Note: none

Place of Death: unknown

Cause of Death: unknown

Burial & Undertaking

Burial Date: 1825/09/15

Funeral Home:

Diuguid ID Number:

Indigent?: private interment

Gravesite and Grave Marker Data

Grave Marker or Marker Fragment: yes

Section: 101.V

Confirmation Source for Location: gravemarker

Grave Marker Erector(s): unknown

Confirmation Source for Interment: gravemarker

Others In Same Plot (T0397)
Full Name
Birth Date
Death Date
Christian (Mrs.) Hoyle
1758/unknown/unknown
1823/06/12
Obituary and Biographical Detials

Middle initial comes from St. Paul’s Episcopal Church records–list of subscribers for an Episcopal minister to come to Lynchburg (1822)

Rev. William S. Reid preached his funeral sermon in 1825. Reid was a Presbyterian minister, but the death is clearly recorded in the St. Paul’s register.