Person:George Tarvin (1)

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Rev. George Tarvin, III
m. 3 Mar 1739
  1. Richard Tarvinbef 1744 -
  2. Rev. George Tarvin, IIIabt 1744 - abt 1813
  3. Nancy Tarvinaft 1744 -
  • HRev. George Tarvin, IIIabt 1744 - abt 1813
  • WSarah Craycraftabt 1747 - 1806
m. abt 1767
  1. Thomas Tarvin1768 - 1850-1860
  2. Eleanor Tarvinabt 1771 -
  3. Joseph C. Tarvin1773 - 1847
  4. Rev. Richard Tarvin1775 - 1852
  5. Ann Stanton Tarvin1777 - 1839
  6. Elizabeth Tarvinabt 1779 -
  7. Cassandra Tarvin1781 - bef 1840
  8. Rebecca H. Tarvinabt 1784 - 1849
  9. Mary Tarvinabt 1786 - 1861
  10. George Tarvinabt 1789 - 1828
  11. Sarah Tarvin1790 - 1841
  12. Sabrina Tarvinabt 1793 - 1863
  13. Martha Tarvin1795 - 1855
  • HRev. George Tarvin, IIIabt 1744 - abt 1813
  • WMary Wood - aft 1813
m. 27 Mar 1807
Facts and Events
Name[1] Rev. George Tarvin, III
Gender Male
Birth? abt 1744 Charles County, Maryland
Marriage abt 1767 Hampshire County, Virginia(his 1st wife)
to Sarah Craycraft
Marriage 27 Mar 1807 Bracken County, Kentucky(his 2nd wife, her 2nd husband; no issue)
to Mary Wood
Death? abt Mar 1813 Bracken County, Kentucky(of the effects of a grist mill accident)
References
  1. Tarvin Family Association. The Descendants of Cassandra Tarvin Parish: Seventh Child of Reverand George Tarvin. (Bountiful, Utah: Family History Publishers, 2003), p. 3-7.

    Ordained minister in the Church of the Brethren (the "Dunkards"). His family were prominent landowners and members of the Church of England; family tradition is that they disowned him when he joined the Brethren, probably after he married Sarah Craycraft (whose family were prominent members of the Church).

    1757, Fairfax County, Virginia: Released from an apprenticeship.
    1779, Hampshire County, Virginia: Witnessed a deed.
    1782-94, Hampshire County, Virginia: Involved in a number of land transactions in the Cacapon Valley.
    1785, Charles County, Maryland: Relinquished his rights in the estate of his grandmother, Elizabeth Dent Tarvin (d. 1759).
    c.1794: Migrated to Fleming County, Kentucky, with wife and 12 children, plus a number of members of his congregation; probably preached at Log Union Church.
    1796, Mason County, Kentucky: Granted permission to perform marriages in Kentucky.
    1798: Sold the rest of his land in Hampshire County, Virginia.
    c.1809: Migrated to Bracken County, Kentucky.