Search for content in message boards


Replies: 21

Henry Reybold

Posted: 15 Mar 2000 10:35AM GMT
Edited: 26 Jun 2001 11:40AM GMT
You said Henry Reybold 1840-1862 was killed in Wilmington during the Civil War; was he a Confederate soldier? My grandfather's cousin (another Beulah Reybold Compton!) sent me some info years ago from a booabout the Reybold family. According to what I read, the Reybolds were known as the "biggest slave-owners in Wilmington" and supported the Confederacy. I am 99.999% certain that Edwin Augustus Compton 1838-1888 (Beulah Compton Reybold's little brother) fought for or otherwise supported the Confederacy and this was the cause of the big falling out between him and his mother (who was a strict Quaker). I also read that the bell on the side wheeler "William Reybold" had been made from the Reybold family silver. Have you ever seen an engraving of this boat?
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Bert 22 Jan 2000 2:14PM GMT 
Rod Madsen 27 Jan 2000 11:35AM GMT 
bert 27 Jan 2000 2:57PM GMT 
Andi 5 Feb 2000 9:51AM GMT 
Rod 14 Feb 2000 8:27AM GMT 
Racoon2 12 Mar 2000 5:04PM GMT 
Andi 13 Mar 2000 5:26PM GMT 
Racoon2 15 Mar 2000 3:54PM GMT 
Andi 15 Mar 2000 4:57PM GMT 
Racoon2 15 Mar 2000 5:35PM GMT 
per page

Find a board about a specific topic