Person:George Rutledge (12)

Watchers
Gen. George Rutledge
b.3 Feb 1745 Virginia
m. Abt 1740
  1. Ann RutledgeAbt 1740 - Bef 1809
  2. John RutledgeAbt 1743/44 - Bef 1815
  3. Gen. George Rutledge1745 - 1821
  4. Elizabeth RutledgeAbt 1746 -
  5. James RutledgeAbt 1748/49 - Bef 1834
  6. Thomas RutledgeAbt 1750 - Bef 1807
  7. Jean RutledgeBef 1763 -
  8. Edward Rutledge1762 - 1837
  9. Katherine Rutledge1763 - 1806
  10. Mary RutledgeBef 1767 - Bet 1808 & 1810
m. 1776
  1. William RutledgeAft 1776 -
  2. Nancy RutledgeAft 1776 -
  3. Eliza A. RutledgeAft 1776 -
  4. Elizabeth Brown Rutledge1781 - 1845
  5. Jane 'Jenny' Rutledge1783 - 1807
  6. Mary RutledgeAbt 1785 -
  7. Lucinda RutledgeAbt 1785 - 1858
  8. Edward Rutledge
Facts and Events
Name Gen. George Rutledge
Gender Male
Birth[1] 3 Feb 1745 Virginia
Marriage 1776 Augusta County, Virginiato Elizabeth 'Nelly' Brown
Death[1] 29 Apr 1821 Montgomery County, Virginia

Will Abstract

Rutledge, George. (son of Thomas). Will probated June, 1821.
Names children: William, Edward, Eliza A. Hoge, Jane R. Hoge, Elizabeth B. Gibson, Mary Evans, Lucinda Hatton and Nancy Rutledge; grandchildren, Harriet Hatton and George R. Hatton.
[Source: A Brief of Wills and Marriages of Montgomery and Fincastle Counties, Virginia, 1773-1831 by Anne Lowry Worrell, pg. 53].


Information on George Rutledge

From "Montgomery County 1606-1888 Virginia and Virginians. Eminent Virginians. By Dr. R.A. Brock Secretary of the Virginia Historical Society":

Jonathan Tosh Evans - practicing physician and surgeon in Montgomery county for half a century, was born in this county May 9, 1816. John Evans, his father, came from Botetourt county and settled on the North Fork of Roanoke River, about 1802, and subsequently formed the acquaintance of and married Mary, daughter of George Rutledge, her father the cousin of the Edward Rutledge of South Carolina, who was a signer of the Declaration of Independence. George Rutledge, of Montgomery County, was one of the pioneers here, and defended the early settlement from the ravages of the savage foe. He was once wounded in an encounter with the Indians, and was about to be left for dead when his comrades discovered that there was hope of saving him, bore him away and cared for him till his recovery. John Evans, father of Jonathan T., was one of those sturdy pioneers to whose energy and ability in redeeming the wilderness Montgomery county owes its present greatness. He reared a family of thirteen children, bestowing upon them the best education the times afforded, and all are now filling responsible positions in society. Jonathan T. Evans married Catharine Trigg in Montgomery county, October 10, 1865, and their children are two sons: Archer P., born July 17, 1866; Allen D., July 29, 1868. The parents of Mrs. Evans were Thomas C. and Catharine (Craig) Trigg, early settlers of Montgomery county, and she was born here December 22, 1831. Dr. Evans’ postoffice address is Bangs, Montgomery County, Virginia.


From Rootsweb Message Board:

George Rutledge, son of Thomas, was prominent in the early history of Montgomery County, Va. He died June 1821. Name of wife not known from Augusta records.

His children were;

William
Edward
Jane, married John Hoge, 12 June 1802; deceased before 1807--2 daughters
Eliza A. married Adam Long, 1S Sept 1824 Jane married a Peterman, probably in Pulaski County. was the 2nd wife of John Hoge.
Elizabeth B. married a Gibson
Mary, married John Evans, 11 October 1812
Lucinda, married Jonathan Hatten, 21 May 1806
Nancy, died unmarried September 1822
Source: http://listsearches.rootsweb.com/th/read/RUTLEDGE/2000-02/0950308458
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 International Genealogical Index. ( The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saint, 1999-2008).
  2.   Ancestry.com. Public Member Trees.