Person:Samuel Washington (6)

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m. 6 Mar 1731
  1. President George Washington1732 - 1799
  2. Betty Washington1733 - 1797
  3. Samuel Washington1734 - 1781
  4. John Augustine Washington1736 - 1787
  5. Charles Washington1738 - 1799
  6. Mildred Washington1739 - 1740
  • HSamuel Washington1734 - 1781
  • WJane ChampeBEF 1736 - BEF 1756
m. ABT 1754
m. ABT 1756
  1. Tristam Washingtonabt 1758 - BEF 1768
  2. Thornton Washingtonabt 1760 - 1787
  • HSamuel Washington1734 - 1781
  • WLucy ChapmanBEF 1743 - BEF 1770
m. ABT 1760
  • HSamuel Washington1734 - 1781
  • WAnne Steptoe1737 - 1777
m. ABT 1770
  1. George Steptoe Washington1771 - 1809
  2. Lawrence Augustine Washington1774 - 1824
m. ABT 1778
Facts and Events
Name[6] Samuel Washington
Gender Male
Birth[1] 16 Nov 1734 Wakefield, Westmoreland, Virginia, United StatesPope's Creek
Marriage ABT 1754 to Jane Champe
Marriage ABT 1756 to Mildred Thornton
Marriage ABT 1760 to Lucy Chapman
Marriage ABT 1770 Virginiato Anne Steptoe
Marriage ABT 1778 to Susannah Perrin
Death[1] 1781 Berkeley Co., VA


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Samuel Washington (1734–1781) was a brother of United States President George Washington. He was born on November 16, 1734 at Pope's Creek, Wakefield, Westmoreland County, Virginia.

Samuel served numerous posts in Stafford County, Virginia including justice of the peace, county magistrate, county sheriff, militia officer, and parish vestryman. He resided at Mount Vernon from 1735 to 1738.

He had Harewood near Charles Town, Virginia designed by John Ariss in 1770. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Samuel Washington, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia. (Online: Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.).
  2.   Hill, p. 49.

    Hill says he died in 1781 in Berkeley Co., VA

  3.   Cukro, p. 56, 98 (#98).

    Cukro says he died 9 SEP 1781 in Jefferson Co., VA (now Kentucky). Hill is correct on Berkeley County, where his will was proved in 1781.

  4.   Roots Web, Samuel Washington.
  5.   Sparks's Life and Writings of Washington, 550.

    WASHINGTON, SAMUEL, brother of Gen. Geo. W.; b. Nov. 16, 1734; was 5 times m.; d. in 1781, at Harewood, Berkley co., Va.; in 1778 was appointed by congress com'r to proceed westward on public business, but declined from ill health, and a successor was appointed.

  6. Daughters of the American Revolution. Lineage book of the Daughters of the American Revolution. (Washington, District of Columbia: Daughters of the American Revolution, 1891-1939), Vol 1, Pg 1, No 1.