Person:George Mathes (1)

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m. bef. 1736
  1. James Mathesabt 1736 -
  2. John Mathesabt 1738 -
  3. Alexander Mathes1740 - 1806
  4. Benjamin Mathesabt 1744 - abt 1796
  5. Janet 'Jane' Mathes1747 - 1818
  6. Nancy Mathesabt 1749 -
  7. Allen Mathesabt 1749 -
  8. Robert Mathesbef 1750 -
  9. Col. George Mathesabt 1750 - 1788
m. abt. 1785
  1. Grizzie 'Letha' Mathesabt 1786 -
  2. William Mathes1787 - 1844
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Name Col. George Mathes
Gender Male
Birth? abt. 1750 prob. Frederick County, Virginia
Marriage abt. 1785 Poss. Jefferson County, Tennesseeto Nancy Elizabeth Wood
Death? 8 Aug 1788 near Fort Loudon, Monroe County, Tennessee

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

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Records of George Mathes in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley's Augusta County Records:


  • Page 373.--18th January, 1782. James Sawyers' will, "in middle of my age"--To dearly and well-beloved Hannah Sawyers, wife; to children, until youngest is 18; to son Thomas, son David, son Geo. Washington; to daughter Ann, daughter Rebeckah (a negro slave, said slave is to attend Mrs. Archer during her life; to daughter Martha, daughter Rachel; to father, negro Nelson to wait on him his lifetime; to sister, Rebecca. Executors, Col. Geo. Mathes, Wm. Crawford, wife, Jno. Sawyers, David McNare. Teste: Sampson Sawyers, Ann Renick, Wm. Crawford, Daniel McNare. Codicil, 9th September, 1782. Teste: Daniel and David McNare. Proved, 18th November, 1783, by Sawyers, Renick, McNare. Widow Hannah, Wm. Crawford, Daniel McNare qualify.