A. C. Garnett, Sr (b. 1823) married Susan Frances Steger. They had seven children. Abraham Cooke Garnett was born in Curdsville, Virginia. He ran a store out of the old Masonic Hall as well as a saloon. In 1867, Abraham bought the old Curdsville Mill which was below the village close to the Willis River. This mill was built about 1840 and was originally five stories high, each floor having a pitch of eleven feet. In addition to his property in Curdsville, Abraham owned two farms, "Milford Farm" and the "Wheatland Farm", also know as the "Woodland". From 1891 to 1895, Abraham served as the clerk of court of Buckingham County, Virginia.
If you haven't found the information you are looking for, let me know and perhaps I can help. My wife is a descendent of Alfred Cooke Garnett (A.C.Garnett, Jr.)
The home Alfred lived in in Buckingham Courthouse, Virginia has been restored.