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Fleet & Gignilliat  

Robert B. D. Hartman on these men:

1 Fleet, Benjamin Robert Sr. Born: 25 JAN 1818 in King and Queen county., Virginia Died: March 05, 1865 in King & Queen county, Virginia Green Mount Cemetery son of Fleet (Fleete), William Christopher Sr. & Browne, Sarah

married 24 MAR 1842 Wacker, Maria Louisa Born: August 11, 1822 in King and Queen county, Virginia Died: January 06, 1900 in King & Queen county, Virginia buried: Green Mount Cemetery daughter of Wacker, Jacob David & Pollard, Maria

    Maria Louisa Wacker Fleet. Letters, 1862. Accession 43042.
    Letters, 1862, from Maria Louisa Wacker Fleet (1822–1900) at Green Mount in King and Queen County, Virginia, to her son Alexander Frederick Fleet (1843–1911) while he was serving with Company I (Jackson Grays) of the 26th Virginia Infantry at Gloucester Point. Topics include her gratification at receiving his letters, visits with family and friends, inquiries regarding his health, troop movements in the area, business activities of her husband Dr. Benjamin Fleet (1818–1865), military confiscation of the family's property, her caring for ill soldiers at the family home, and her willingness to do more to aid in the war effort

    +2 Fleet, Alexander Frederick "Fred" Sr.
    3 Fleet, Benjamin Robert "Benny" Jr. Born: 1846 Died: 1864 Fleet (Green Mount) Cemetery ,, King and Queen, Virginia Virginia
      Benny was only 17 when he was killed by union forces in March of 1864. He was scouting on horseback for the local defense force when he ran into Union soldiers (Part of the infamous "Dalgren Raid") He turned and galloped away. He was shot in the back and fell off the horse into the woods. His father, Dr. Benjamin Fleet, became alarmed when his horse came home in the early, rainy morning without him. As soon as possible, Dr. Fleet organized a search (using Benny's own favorite hunting dog) to find him. After about an hour or so, they found him. He had bled to death during the night/morning after he was shot. The family home, "Green Mount" stayed in the family through Benny's younger brother, James William Fleet and his decedents until the 1980's
    4 Fleet, Maria Louise "Lou" Born: 1847 Died: 1917
    +5 Fleet, David Wacker Fleet, Born: 1852 Died: 1903
    6 Fleet, Betsy Pollard "Bessie" Born: 8 October 1854 Died: 1904
    7 Fleet, James William "Willie" born 1856 Virginia died: 1926 Virginia
    8 Fleet , Florence "Flossie" Born: January 16, 1845 in King & Queen county, Virginia d: June 07,        1845 in King & Queen county, Virginia buried: Green Mount Cemetery

Second Generation

2 Fleet, Alexander Frederick "Fred" Sr. Born: 6 JUN 1843 King and Queen County Virginia Died: 3/4 September 1911 Atlanta, Fulton, Georgia buried 5 Sept 1911 Westview Cemetery Atlanta, Fulton, Georgia married: 7 July 1871 in Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania, Belle S / Arabella Little Seddon Born: December 1851 Virginia Death: 1940 daughter of John Seddon and Mary Alexander Little.

He joined the Confederate army in 1861, serving as a Bvt 2 lieutenant and aide-de- Assistant Adjutant-General in Gen. Henry A. Wise's Brigade, C.S.A He was present at Gen. Lee’s surrender at Appomattox.

In 1890 he founded the Missouri Military Academy at Mexico, Mo., and continued at its head until it was destroyed by fire in 1896. Following that event he was called to the superintendancy of the Culver military Academy. To his administrative ability is largely due the growth and prominence of this Indiana Institution. A year ago failing health made necessary the giving up of active work, and he was retired as superintendent emeritus and was succeeded by the present superintendent, col. L. R. Gignilliat.

    Year: 1880; Census Place: Columbia, Boone, Missouri; Roll: 676; Family History Film: 1254676; Page: 159A; Enumeration District: 016;
    Household Members: Name Age A. F. Fleet 37
    B. S. Fleet 28
    Minnie S. Fleet 7
    B. S. Fleet 4
    J. S. Fleet 2
    H. W. Fleet 5m
    M. A. Seddon 55
    Lucinda Adkins 56
    Fannie Adkins 28
    Felix Adkins 15

    1890 Veterans Schedules
    Veteran's Name: Alexander F Fleet
    Home in 1890 (Township, County, State): Columbia, Boone, Missouri
    Year enlisted: 1861
    Year discharged: 1865
    Rank: Major

    Year: 1900; Census Place: Union, Marshall, Indiana; Roll: 392; Page: 14B; Enumeration District: 0082
    Household Members: Name Age
    Alexander F Fleet 56
    Belle S Fleet 48
    Mary S Gignilliat 26
    John S Fleet 22
    Henry W Fleet 20
    William A Fleet 16
    Charles P Fleet 12
    Reginald S Fleet 4
    Leigh R Gignilliat 1
    Leigh R Gignilliat 26
    Mary A Seddon 72

    Year: 1910; Census Place: Union, Marshall, Indiana; Roll: T624_370; Page: 11A; Enumeration District: 0114;
    Household Members: Name Age
    A F Fleet 67
    Belle S Fleet 58
    Charles P Fleet 21
    Reginald S Fleet 14

Children (2 unknown):
+ 8 Fleet, Mary Seddon "Minnie" Born: 28 Jan 1874 Liberty/Adair County Missouri

~9 Fleet, Alexander Frederick Jr. Born: 13 October 1875 Lexington ,Lafayette, Missouri died: June 18 1876

+10 Fleet, Belle Seddon Born: 30/31 DEC 1876 Lexington ,Lafayette, Missouri

11 Fleet, John Seddon Born: 11 MAY 1878 Lexington ,Lafayette, Missouri Died: 31 Jul 1964 San Diego California; married Laudie B. Lewis [-?-] born 4 May 1876 Charlottesville Virginia

12 Fleet, Henry Wyatt [some lists as Henry Wise] (COL INF USA WWI) Born: 24 FEB 1880 Columbia, Boone, Missouri Death: 4 Jul 1950 buried: 7 Jul 1950 Section 2 Site 3808-A Arlington National Cemetery Arlington, Virginia; married 1913 Emma B N [-?-] born about 1881 Pennsylvania 1939 he resided at 10 Murray ave. Ft. Washington, N.Y. 1942 resided 25 east 9th St. and listed his occupation as U. S. gov't. (retired army officer).

13 Fleet, William Alexander "Willie" Born: 15 Oct 1883 Columbia, Missouri Died: 1918; married 2 Aug 1917 at Holy Trinity, Brompton , London, England Cecil Lyall

14 Fleet, Charles Preston Born: 27 May 1888 in Green Mount / Bisco ,Virginia Died: 1930 died after severe injury in school football He was a 1909 graduate of Culver Military Academy. On his 1918 registration of 4 Jun 1917 address is given as 142 West North ave but he listed himself as an inmate of Dr. H. D. Allen Invalid Home Milledgeville, Virginia. stating his mind is sadly affected

He probably died in 1930 before the 1930 census was officially recorded as he is not found so far listed within it.

    Registration Location: Fulton County, Georgia; Roll: 1556952; Draft Board: 5.
    World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
    Name: Charlis* Preston Fleet
    City: Atlanta
    County: Fulton
    State: Georgia
    Born: Date: 27 May 1888
    Race: White
    FHL Roll Number: 1556952
    Draft Board: 5

    Year: 1910; Census Place: Union, Marshall, Indiana; Roll: T624_370; Page: 11A; Enumeration District: 0114
    Age in 1910: 21
    Birth Year: abt 1889
    Birthplace: Virginia
    Home in 1910: Union, Marshall, Indiana
    Race: White
    Gender: Male
    Relation to Head of House: Son
    Marital Status: Single
    Father's Name: A F Fleet
    Father's Birthplace: Virginia
    Mother's Name: Belle S Fleet
    Mother's Birthplace: Virginia

    Year: 1920; Census Place: Midway, Baldwin, Georgia; Roll: T625_233; Page: 17A; Enumeration District: 8; Image: 975
    Name: Chas P Fleet
    Age: 31
    Birth Year: abt 1889
    Birthplace: Virginia
    Home in 1920: Midway, Baldwin, Georgia / Allens Invalid Home
    Race: White
    Gender: Male
    Relation to Head of House: Inmate
    Marital Status: Single
    Father's Birthplace: Virginia
    Mother's Birthplace: Virginia

    Dr. Henry Dawson Allen bought the university property [Oglethorpe University at Midway] in 1890 and established Allen's Invalid Home, a private hospital for the treatment of nervous disease, using the Talmadge home as his residence and Thalian Hall as a dormitory for nurses. It was used for a treatment facility for veterans of World War I. From the biograpry on Dr. Allen The sanitarium has capacity for the accommodation of seventy-five patients, the average number in the home being about fifty; the equipment and accessories are of the best, and no pains are spared in according the most approved medical service, careful and skilled nursing, the result being that the institution has been signally prospered and has done and is doing a beneficent work. Doctor Allen is a member of the American medico-pyschological association of Georgia and the Baldwin county medical society.

+15 Fleet, Reginald Scott 24 Aug 1895 - Mexico, Pudrain, Missouri

5 Fleet, David Wacker "D W" Born: Feb 10 1851 Died: Feb 23 1937 Fern Hill Cemetery,, Grays Harbor Washington married: Waite, Lillian Florence Adell Born: Feb. 1, 1859 Died: Nov. 15, 1938 7 Fern Hill Cemetery,, Grays Harbor, Washington daughter of Nelson Waite, - Losing more than a million dollars in the financial Panic of 1893, David Fleet is forced to go to Alaska, resuming his work as a civil engineer. Reuben & Lillian are sent to "Greenmount," a family plantation in Virginia. Upon their return, Reuben starts a business raising chickens.

David Fleet was city engineer and county auditor for Montesano, and owned large tracts of land in the Washington Territory. He also served as the city clerk.

Children: born:
    +16 Fleet, Reuben Hollis 6 March 1887 Montesano, Washington.

    17 Fleet, Lillian born: September 21, 1888 Death: 1971 married of E. K. "Ned" Bishop "Ned" Bishop, was a logging tycoon in western Washington state, was an early investor in Consolidated Aircraft. The Bishops left their fortune to a foundation that funds operation of the Bishop Center for Performing Arts at Grays Harbor College in Aberdeen, Washington

7 Fleet, James William "Willie" Born: 1856 Died: 1927 married 1903 Burke, Nannie B Circa 1873 Viginia

    18 Fleet, Betsy A. Born: 8 NOV 1906 Virginia Died: 15 April 1996 Saint Stephens Church, Virginia

    19 Fleet, Mary L born c 1908 Virginia

    Bessie M Fleet, c 1907 Virginia

    James William Fleet, Jr b. 1915 Virginia

    Florence Fleet b. c. 1905 Virginia

Third Generation

8 Fleet, Mary Seddon "Minnie" Born: 28 Jan 1874 Liberty/Adair County Missouri Died: 1952;

married: 2 August 1898 Book H-C pg. 22; in Culver, Marshall, Indiana Gignilliat, Leigh Robinson Born:: 4 Jul 1875 Savannah, Chatham, Georgia died 30 Oct 1952 Chicago, Cook, Illinois [depending on Source Hines / Maywood, Illinois has been given] son of William Robert Gignilliat & Harriet Walker Heyward

    +20 Leigh Robinson Gignilliat Born; May 13, 1899 Culver Marshall County Indiana

    21 Frederick Fleet "Fred" Gignilliat Born: Mar. 4, 1901 Culver Marshall County Indiana, USA Death: Dec. 11, 1974 Fort Worth Tarrant County Texas buried Culver Masonic Cemetery

      Left Culver Military Academy after his 3rd year to serve his country in WWI. After serving 6 months as a 2nd Lieutenant in the infantry, he returned to finish his Culver education. – this was his 1919 Roll call entry:
        Frederick Fleet Gignilliat Culver, Indiana. West point. scientific course The memory of 'Freddie" Gignilliat and his smile will always be on our best memories of culver - a man who is as essentially a part of Culver as culver is a Part of him.

        'Fred' made a remarkable success of his four years of cadet life - but at the end of his third year, with never a selfish thought - he threw over the brighterst prospects of all, including the captaincy of "c" Compnay, and responded to the call of his country. after serving six months as a second lieutenant in the infantry, he returned to us with the signing of the armistice and has been the athletic life of the "bat' ever since - a real man who has proven himself a credit to his country, his school and the class of 1919.

        FRED F. GIGNILLIAT - Services were conducted Saturday, Dec. 14, at the Culver Masonic Cemetary at 4 p.m. for Fred. F. Gignilliat, 2912 Merida St., Fort Worth, Tex.

        Gignilliat died Wednesday, Dec. 11 , at 9 p.m. in St. Joseph Hospital. Ft. Worth, Tex. following a six-month illness

        Gignilliat was born in Culver March 4, 1901. His parents were General Leigh R. and Mary (Fleet) Gignilliat, formerly of Culver Military Academy. He had lived in Fort Worth since 1941, going there from Chicago.

        He was one of the founders of Convair Recreation Association, retiring in 1965. He was also on the board of directors for the Fort Worth area Good Will Industries.

        Survivors include his wife, Viola; a daughter, Mrs. Jan Caufield; a brother, Henry C. Gignilliat, Delefield, Wise. ; and two granddaughters.

        Father James Greer of St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Plymouth. conducted the funeral service. Burial was at the Culver Masonic Cemetary. The Bonine Funeral Home, Culver, was in charge of the arrangements - Dec 18 1974

      Social Security Death Index
      Name: Fred Gignilliat
      SSN: 456-28-1456
      Last Residence: 76109 Fort Worth, Tarrant, Texas, United States of America
      Born: 4 Mar 1901
      Died: Dec 1974
      State (Year) SSN issued: Texas (Before 1951)

      Texas Died:Index, 1903-2000
      Name: Fred Gignilliat
      Died:Date: 11 Dec 1974
      Died:County: Tarrant
      Gender: Male
      Marital Status: Single

    +22 Henry Culver Gignilliat Born: 23 Dec 1911 , Marshall County Indiana

10 Fleet, Belle Seddon Born: 30 DEC 1876 Lexington, Missouri Death: Nov 28 1968 Pennsylvania buried Old Saint Davids Episcopal Church Cemetery Cheraw, South Carolina

Logansport Pharos Dec 28 1898 Logansport, Indiana
    Miss Belle Fleet, daughter of Col. Fleet, superintendant of Culver Military academy, was married last evening to Kenneth G. Matheson, a professor in the school of technology at Atlanta, Ga. Miss Fleet is known to quite a number of Logansport people

married: DEC 27 1898 , Marshall, Indiana Book: H-C Page: 26 Dr. Kenneth Gordon Matheson Born: 28 Jul 1864 Cheraw, South Carolina Died: 29 Nov 1931 Bryn Mawr , Philadelphia, Pennsylvania buried Old Saint Davids Episcopal Church Cemetery Cheraw, South Carolina

He was educated at the Carolina military institute, Charlotte, N. C. and the Citadel, Charleston, S.C. He took an M.A. degree at Leland Stanford University, Palo alto, Calif., and at Columbia university. he was litt.d. from the University of Pennsylvania and LL.d. from Washington and lee University. He taught at the Missouri military academy; was commandant of cadets and assistant professor of English at the university of Tennessee; was elected head of the department of English at Georgia tech in 1898 and later became president of that institution, remaining there until 1921. He then became President of Drexel Institute, Philadelphia, and remained there until his death in 1931. He was President of the Pennsylvania State Teachers Association at the time of his death and was an elder in both the north avenue Presbyterian church, Atlanta, and Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia son of John Findlayson Matheson and Mary Elizabeth Graham

Florence Morning News Nov 30 1931
    Noted Educator Dies At Home In Bryn Mawr

    PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 29. — Dr. Kenneth G. Matheson. noted educator and for the past ten days president of Drexol institute, died at his home in Bryn Mawr today.

    He was 67 years old.

    Dr. Matheson suffered a severe heart attack Friday.

    Definite funeral arrangements have not yet been made butit was announced that Dr. Matheson will be buried at Cheraw, S. C., the family home. He is survived by his widow, two sons and two daughters

Kingsport Times Nov 30 1931 Kingsport, Tennessee
    COLLEGE PREXY DIES PHILADELPHIA, Nov., 30 (AP)—Dr. Kenneth G. Matheson, president of Drexel Institute for ten years, died yesterday at his home in Bryn Mawr, a suburb. Classes at the institution were suspended today as a tribute to him. Dr. Mathewson, who was 67. was elected president of the Association of College Presidents of Pennsylvania last January. His suffered Friday.

Chester Times Nov 30 1931 Chester, Pennsylvania

    All classes of the Drexel Evening DiplomaSchool will be closed on Monday and Tuesday evening, November 30th and December 1st because or the death of Dr Kenneth G. Matheson. President of Drexel'Institute. Signed W.T. SPIVEY, Director of Drexel

Florence Morning News Dec 3 1931
    Funeral Services At Cheraw Yesterday

    CHERAW, S. C., Dec. 2— (AP) - Dr. Kenneth O. Matheson, distinguished educator and president of Drexel Institute of Philadelphia WBS burled In ancient St. David's cemetery in the town of his birth here this morning.

    Delegations from Philadelphia from Georgia Tech, Atlanta, of which Dr. Matheson was formerly president, and other widely separated points attended the rites.

    Dr. Matheson died Sunday at his home at Bryn Mawr, Pa.

    Simple services were conducted at the Wrst Presbyterian church, Dr. A. H. McArn, pastor, officiated, assisted by Dr. Gordon Matheson, a cousin of the educator.

    The body was then laid to rest In St. David's cemetery, where several distinguished South Carolinians are buried. Dr. Matheson's body was brought here on a special car of his friend, General 'A'. W. Atterbury, president of the Pennsylvania Railroad.

      23 Belle Seddon Matheson born 24 Nov. 1899 Atlanta Georgia died unm. Feb 1981 Pennsylvania , graduated from Princeton University with a degree of A.B. She wis on the faculty of Girard College, Philadelphia, and was formerly at Allahbad, India.

      24 Kenneth G. Matheson born 19 Aug 1902 culver, Marshall, Indiana

      25 Frederick Graham Matheson born 29 May 1905 culver, Marshall Indiana graduated from Princeton University with a degree of A.B. He is on the faculty of Girard College, Philadelphia, and was formerly at Allahbad, India.

      +26 Mary D Matheson born 9 Mar 1907 Atlanta, Fulton Georgia

    15 Fleet, Reginald Scott 24 Aug 1895 - Mexico, Pudrain, Missouri; 28 Dec 1979 San Diego California; married Julia Walker born 21 Jul 1897 Georgia Died: 1 Aug 1986 San Diego California

      27 Julia B S Fleet b. c. 1922

    16 Fleet, Reuben Hollis Born: 6 MAR 1887 Montesano, Washington Died: 29 October 1975 San Diego, San Diego Co., California He was buried on 22 Nov 1975 Fort Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery, Point Loma, San Diego County, California Aviation Hall of Fame, Dayton, OH. He had Social Security Number 564-03-8946. In 1961, Reuben Hollis Fleet was a founder and first president of Aerospace Museum in San Diego, Califorina.

    1902-1905 - Attends Culver Military Academy in Culver, Indiana, which his uncle, Col. Alexander Frederick Fleet founded after serving in the Confederate Army. At the time, Culver was considered one of the six most distinguished private military academies in the country. While at Culver, Reuben becomes the editor-in-chief of the school paper, the "Vedette" and also it's business manager, putting the paper on a self-supporting basis. He also was the captain of the debating team. A solidly built six footer, Reuben played fullback on the football team as well as the center on the basketball team. Culver provided the equivalent of an associate degree

    married 1st Elizabeth Girton April 29, 1908; divorced 1920
      28 fleet, Phyllis Born: 1909
      29 fleet, David Girton Born: 1910

    married 2nd Dorothy Mitchell 1931 divorced 1944
      30 lost an infant
      31 lost an infant
      32 Fleet, Preston Mitchell "Sandy" (Male) February 26, 1934 New York died Jan 31 1995 - Santa Barbara, California
        PRESTON FLEET SAN DIEGO — Preston Fleet, 60, who pioneered Fotomat and helped develop a the Omnimax film projection svstem, died Tuesday of cancer - Syracuse Herald Journal Feb 3 1995 Syracuse, New York
        Preston FLeet created trademark Photo, Kiosks, Omnimax film System
          Preston Fleet, who pioneered Fotomat and helped develop the Omnimax film projection system, died Tuesday of cancer He was 60 Fleet opened his first Fotomat in ban Diego 27 years ago Eighteen months later, the trademark kiosks were in 1,800 locations The company was later sold to Komca Quality Photo

          In 1972, Fleet had the idea of putting motion pictures on a giant, tilted dome screen, the beginnings of a system now known as Omnimax The Canadian company, Imax, which makes the projectors, has installed Omnimax theaters around the world - - Daily Herald Sunday, February 5,1995 Chicago, Illinois

      33 fleet, dorothy Lillian married [-?-] Seeber
      34 Fleet, Nancy

    Spouse 3; Eva May VanDenburgh marriage; May 20, 1947

    fourth Generation

    20 Leigh Robinson Gignilliat Born; May 13, 1899 Culver Marshall County Indiana died; May, 1972 Chicago Cook County Illinois L.R. Gignilliat, Jr. was a deputy administrator of the Federal Housing Administration in charge of Title One. He resigned to become associated with the Commercial Investment Trust in New York. He was later senior vice president of the American National Bank and Trust Co., of Chicago. He retired from there in 1964, having joined the company in 1939.

    married Charlotte Hosler "chotty' Ditt Gignilliat Mar. 4, 1906 Illinois Death: Jan., 1973 Chicago Cook County Illinois Daughter of Paul Charles DITT

      35 Leigh Robinson Gignilliat III born 4 May 1928 cook county, Illinois died 4 April 2005 married : Jacqueline “Jackie” K Koett born : at least 1 child. Was an experienced Business Law, Commercial Leasing, and Corporate Law attorney practicing from the Northbrook, Illinois office of Gignilliat & Hymen, P.C..

    22 Henry Culver Gignilliat Born: 23 Dec 1911 , Marshall, Indiana Died: 6 Sep 2005 married 1938 Mary Eleanor Kane; Born: 15 Apr 1914 Dowagiac, Michigan Died: 5 Sep 2010 New Bern, Craven, North Carolina Both are buried at Columbarium at St John's Northwestern Military Academy Delafield, Wisconsin

    ved in Chicago, IL. In 1940 they moved to Delafield, WI, where her husband was associated for 41 years with St John's Northwestern Military Academy. After his retirement they spent winters in Florida and in 1995 moved to New Bern, NC

      Henry Culver Gignilliat, Jr of Woodbridge, Virginia;

      John Leigh Gignilliat of New Bern, NC; married Carol Lee Eberhardt & Alice Ann Cook

      Mary Gignilliat Cane of Chicago, IL;

    24 Kenneth G. Matheson born 19 Aug 1902 culver, Marshall, Indiana Death: May 1984 , graduated from Georgia tech with a B. S. Degree and from the university of Pennsylvania with an M.A. Degree. He is a professor at Drexel Institute. he married Eleanor Peter of Birmingham and Philadelphia daughter of George Frederick Peter and Ada Hunter.

      39 Ann Matheson, born Bryn Mawr, Allegheny, Pennsylvania Nelson G. Dewey

      40 Carolyn Matheson, born married [-?-] Hirsch

    26 Mary D Matheson born 9 Mar 1907 Atlanta, Fulton Georgia died 12/3/1997 wheeling, Ohio, west Virginia graduated at Gunton hall, Washington D.C. married: December 17, 1930 George Estus Youmans Born: 28 Dec 1903 in Adrian, Emanuel, Georgia, USA Died: 23 May 1935 in Atlanta, Fulton, Georgia, USA son of George Youmans & Abbie Tratnell

    One child:
      41 Mary Matheson Youmans, born ; married: Richard Elliott Noble Born: 7 Apr 1933 in Plattsburgh, New York Died:19 Jul 1982 in Needham, Massachusetts son of Meredith Cornwall Noble & Phyllis Greenwood

    after the death of her first husband, she married James Overby Pearson of wheeling, W. Va. on April 23, 1938. one child:
      42. James Overby Pearson II, born Social Security Death Index

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