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George Adams
b.25 DEC 1733
d.BEF 14 FEB 1814 Louisa County, Virginia
m. ABT 1722
  1. William Adams, Sr.ABT 1723 - 1795
  2. John AdamsABT 1730 -
  3. George Adams1733 - BEF 1814
  4. James Adams1740 - 1815
  • HGeorge Adams1733 - BEF 1814
  • WUnknown - BEF 1792
m. ABT 1754
  1. Wilson AdamsABT 1754 -
  2. Susannah AdamsABT 1756 -
  3. James AdamsABT 1758 -
  4. John AdamsABT 1760 -
  5. Sarah AdamsABT 1762 -
  6. Jonas AdamsABT 1764 -
  7. Mary AdamsABT 1766 -
  8. Mildred AdamsABT 1768 -
  9. Nancy AdamsABT 1770 -
  10. Elizabeth AdamsABT 1772 -
  11. Thomas AdamsABT 1774 -
  12. William AdamsABT 1776 -
  • HGeorge Adams1733 - BEF 1814
  • WAgnes HarrisABT 1735 -
m. 17 OCT 1792
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Name George Adams
Gender Male
Birth? 25 DEC 1733
Marriage ABT 1754 Goochland County, Virginiato Unknown
Marriage 17 OCT 1792 Goochland County, Virginiato Agnes Harris
Death? BEF 14 FEB 1814 Louisa County, Virginia

George Adams was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Records of George Adams in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:


  • Vol. 1 - Patrick Calhoun vs. Parris and Adams.--John Parris and George Adams. Bond to James Calhoun, of Augusta, 9th September, 1754. Adams pleads that he was 20 years and 9 months old when bond was given. Agnes Adams, mother of George, testifies that he was 30 years old Christmas, 1763. She sent him from Pennsylvania to Virginia and wrote letters to her friends at Red Creek. (Note: this record establishes George Adams birthdate of 25 December 1733).
  • Page 54.--18th August, 1761. Daniel Looneys (Luney) appraisement, by George Adams, Thos. Ramsey, John Miller--Two nurseries of apple trees. Due by John McFall.
  • Page 55.--18th August, 1761. Peter Luney's appraisement, by Geo. Adams, Thos. Ramsey, Robt. Montgomery--Cash, etc. Due by Jno. Miller, Thos. Ramsey, Joseph McMortry, Wm. Boyd, Wm. Bird, James Ledderdale, David Luney.
  • Page 73.--19th August, 1761. John Miller, David Miller, George Adams' bond for Mary Miller's administration of John Ingles' estate.
  • Page 204.--4th February, 1763. John Sloan, of Roan County, North Carolina, to John Adams, £35, 300 acres on Loonie's Mill Creek. Teste: John Buchanan, David Luney, Benj. Davis, Abraham McClelan, George Adams, Hugh ( ) McNelle.
  • Vol. 1 - AUGUST 19, 1767. - (219) George Adams appd. Constable, vice Wm. Montgomery.
  • Vol. 1 - AUGUST 18, 1768. - (316) Constable: John Boyd, vice George Adams.


Will of George Adams

  • County. Louisa, Book: 5, Page: 460, George Adams, Type: Will, Date: Feb 14, 1814
Will George Adams of Louisa, to my wife Agness that part of my land my son Wilson now resides on the line dividing Louisa from Goochland adjoining Three Notched Road, Jesse Shelton, the county line, cattle, bed & furniture, plantation tools, etc, Negro named Moses, £40 of "the redemption money" during her natural life. to son James land whereon I reside, bed and furniture and residue of personal estate. :Also land and other properties lent to wife at her death to be equally divided between my children viz. 1/9 to son Wilson, 1/9 to son John, 1/9 to son Jonas, 1 /9 to dau. Susannah, 1/9 to dau. Elizabeth; 1/9 to dau Nancy; 1/9 to dau. Mary 1/9 to be equally divided between Robert A. Uclride? and Lewis Uclride the sons of my dau. Mildred; 1/9 equ allydivided between Nancy Thomas and Fanny Thomas the children of my dau. Sarah now dec'd.
My residue [sic] for not making my son William a legatee in my will is I have already provided for him other ways., Appoint my son James and son John to execute my will. 10 Mar 1803.
Wit . Thomas Shelton, James D. Shelton, Alexander Kersy.
(Signed). George (x) Addams.
Recorded 14 Feb 1814.
[Source: Historical Southern Families; Chapter 21; p. 119; by Bennett Boddie]