m. 6 Mar 1731
m. ABT 1756
m. ABT 1770
Facts and Events
Samuel Washington (1734–1781) was a brother of United States President George Washington. He was born on at Pope's Creek, Wakefield, Westmoreland County, Virginia. He died 2 months before his 47th birthday anniversary and just before the beginning of the Battle of Yorktown on September 26, 1781. His probable cause of death was from tuberculosis, or a similarly contagious and recurring respiratory disease.
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.