Person:George Givens (5)

George Givens
m. abt. 1742/43
  1. Ann Givensabt 1744 - 1819
  2. William Givens, of Jackson's River1746 - 1793
  3. George Givens1747 - bef 1815
  4. Agnes GivensABT 1748 -
  5. Sarah GivensABT 1752 -
  6. Samuel Givensabt 1754 - bef 1819
  7. Elizabeth GivensABT 1755 - 1847
  8. Capt. John Givens, Jr.ABT 1756 - 1812
  9. Mary GivensABT 1757 - 1859
  10. Robert Givens1759 - 1844
  11. William Givens1762 - 1847
  12. James Givens1764 - 1832
  13. Thomas Givens1767 - 1848
  14. Margaret GivensABT 1769 -
m. 26 DEC 1780
  1. John Givens1782 - bef 1815
  2. William Givens1783 - bef 1815
  3. Lettice Givens1785 -
  4. Samuel Givens1787 -
  5. Margaret Givens1789 - bef 1815
  6. James Givens1790 - bef 1815
  7. Alexander Givens1792 -
  8. Jane "Jenny" Givens1793 -
  9. Mathew Givens1796 - 1867
  10. Betsy Godman Givens1804 - bef 1815
Facts and Events
Name George Givens
Gender Male
Birth? 1747 Augusta County, Virginia
Marriage 26 DEC 1780 Augusta County, Virginiato Isabel Robertson
Death[2] bef 29 Dec 1815 Bourbon, Kentucky, United Statesnamed as dec'd in court record
Residence[1] Harrison, Kentucky, United States
References
  1. Family Recorded, in Boyd, L. (Mrs.). Chronicles of Cynthiana : and other chronicles. (Cincinnati, Ohio: Robert Clarke & Co, 1894), 44, Secondary quality.

    The Givens family is of Scotch-Irish descent, and came first to Virginia, from what part of Ireland is not known. George Givens, grandfather of George Givens, of this town, came to Bourbon county, and built a house on Silas creek, which is part of the division line between Harrison and Bourbon. Samuel Larame had come to Kentucky at the same time George Givens came, and built a house in Harrison county, on Silas creek. They had been old friends and neighbors in Virginia, and their intimacy only ceased with the death of one of them.

    Alexander Givens, son of George Givens, married Mary Larame, daughter of Samuel Larame.
    ...

  2. Court Record Abstract, in Ardery, Julia Hoge Spencer. Kentucky records: early wills and marriages, copied from court house records by regents, historians and the state historian; old bible records and tombstone inscriptions; records from Barren, Bath, Bourbon, Clark, Daviess, Fayette, Harrison, Jessamine, Lincoln, Madison, Mason, Montgomery, Nelson, Nicholas, Ohio, Scott, and Shelby counties. (Lexington, Kentucky: Keystone Printery, Inc., c1932), 2:114, Secondary quality.

    Isham Talbott vs Geo. Givens' Hrs.

    Alexander Givens, Matthew Givens, Samuel Givens, Jane Givens, Francis Gray and Lettice Gray, his wife, late Givens, hrs. of Geo. Givens, decd., Benj. Hendricks, Robt. Cummings and Samuel McMillan claim title of land claimed by your orator, Isham Talbott. Dated Dec. 29, 1815.