Person:George Vandeventer (1)

George Vandeventer
m. Abt 1745
  1. Peter Vandeventer1746 - 1824
  2. Barnabus Vandeventer1749 - 1851
  3. John Vandeventer1750 -
  4. Jacob Vandeventer1753 - Bef 1815
  5. Maria Vandeventer1755 -
  6. Wynant Vandeventer1757 - 1857
  7. Antie Vandeventer1761 -
  8. George Vandeventer1766 -
m. 12 December 1792
Facts and Events
Name[2][3] George Vandeventer
Alt Name[1] George Washington Vandeventer
Gender Male
Birth[1] 8 September 1766 New Brunswick, Middlesex County, New Jersey
Marriage 12 December 1792 Pendleton County, Virginiato Susannah Penninger
  1. 1.0 1.1 Public Member Trees: (Note: not considered a reliable primary source).
  2. 243. George Vandeventer, in The Van Deventer Family by Christobelle Van Deventer 1943
    Pages 225 and 226.

    243. George Vandevender (Barnabas4, Jan3, Jacobus2, Jan1),
    m. in Pendleton Co. (mar. bond Dec. 12, 1792), Susannah
    Penninger, dau. Henry Penninger; appears on assessment rolls
    in Rockingham Co., Va., 1788, and in Pendleton Co., from that
    time; located on Smith Creek, a branch of the south branch
    of the Potomoc; is said to have been a member of Capt. Pat-
    terson's Co. of militia 1794.
    i. Henry, m. Elizabeth Cowger; res., Randolph Co.
    1. William, b. 1843; m. Mary, dau. Peter Conrad. Ch.: i.
    Isaac N. ii. Albert L. iii. Melvin P. iv. Jacob Piatt.
    (Hist. Randolph Co., W. Va., Maxwell.)
    ii. John, m. Margaret Halterman; moved to Lewis Co.
    1. Andrew.
    2. Solomon, m. Sarah V. Colaw.
    3. William, lived nr. Lexington, McLean Co., Ill., 1911.
    iii. Saul, m. Catherine Fleisher; Lexington, Ill.
    1. John.
    2. George.
    3. William.
    iv. George, m. Catherine Mullinix; will, pro. 1896, Highland Co.
    1. Almira J., b. 1841; m. 1858, John W. Simmons.
    2. Jacob E., b. 1844; m. 1869, Margaret Colaw; had twin
    sons. George and Jeremiah, and another son, Charles
    Data from Ct. Rec. and Jacob E. Vandevender.
    v. Elizabeth, m. July 12, 1825, Andrew Fleisher.
    vi. Ann, m. Feb. 12, 1829, Philip Wiemer.
    vii. Barbara, m. Joseph Bowers.

  3. Unlikely he would be named after George Washington since he was born 10 years before George Washington had done anything to become an important historical person.