Note: Philip Edward Tabb and his brother John made considerable fortunes, trading as flour merchants from Norfolk, Virginia, especially during the War of 1812, when they were very successful. After the war, he settled in Gloucester County, and resided at "Waverly", on the North River. (contributed by John Tabb) 1850 - Not Stated, Gloucester, Virginia John Tabb - 65 - farmer - $155,000 - all Va. Evelina M. - 51 1 manager John Tabb owns 203 slaves
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