David Shepherd Garland
1769  - 1841
Amherst County, Virginia


from bio-guide congress.gov

GARLAND, David Shepherd, a Representative from Virginia; born near New Glasgow (now Clifford), Amherst County, Virginia, September 27, 1769; pursued an academic course; studied law; was admitted to the bar and commenced practice in Virginia; member of the State house of delegates 1799-1802 and 1805-1809; served in the State senate 1809-1811; elected as a Republican to the Eleventh Congress to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Wilson Cary Nicholas and served from January 17, 1810, to March 3, 1811; again a member of the State house of delegates in 1814, 1815, 1819-1826, and 1832-1836; died in Clifford, Virginia, October 7, 1841; interment in the Meredith and Garland families' graveyard, Clifford, Virginia.

 Early 20th Century, David S. Garland's home in New Glasgow, now Clifford, Virginia.
National Register of Historic Homes

Children of David Garland  and
Mary Jane Henry Meredith Garland 1776-1855

Jane Meredith Garland (Cobbs) 1796 -1881
Ann Shepherd Garland (Rose) 1797 - 1856
Samuel Meredith Garland  1802 - 1880
William Henry Garland  1806 - 1895 
Frances Marie Anne Eubank
wife, and mother of Wm H. Garland's  children
Patrick Henry Garland  1808 - 1879
Louisa Framces Garland (Garland)  1812 - 1889

David Shepherd Garland's sister, Frances Maria Anna Garland, was wife of Reuben Pendleton.  Their daughter, Nancy Garland Pendleton, was wife of Capt. James Ware, of Amherst County.  James and Nancy Ware's daughter, Mary Camden Ware, was the wife of Richard Newman Eubank of Amherst.  Mary and Richard were parents of William Henry Garland's wife, Frances Marie Anne Eubank.  Frances Maria Anna Garland was Frances Marie Anne Eubank's grandmother and her namesake.

Original Narrative copyright Iris Teta Eubank Wagner 2012- 2018

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