Person:Joseph McCutcheon (1)

Joseph McCutcheon
d.13 December 1825 Hall County, Georgia
m. bef. 1748
  1. Agnes McCutcheon1748 -
  2. John Callison McCutcheon1749 - 1847
  3. Sarah McCutcheonabt 1751 - 1833
  4. Joseph McCutcheonabt 1753 - 1825
  5. William McCutcheon1760 - 1827
  6. James Callison McCutcheonabt 1765 - 1851
  7. Robert Callison McCutcheonAbt 1766 -
  8. Hannah McCutcheon1772 -
  9. Jones Franklin McCutcheon1774 - 1859
  • HJoseph McCutcheonabt 1753 - 1825
  • WJane Kingest 1761 -
m. 5 September 1785
Facts and Events
Name Joseph McCutcheon
Gender Male
Birth? abt. 1753 Augusta County, Virginia
Marriage 5 September 1785 Augusta County, Virginiato Jane King
Death? 13 December 1825 Hall County, Georgia

Joseph McCutcheon was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia


McCutchen Tapestry
YDNA. McCutchen
McCutchen Registers

……………………..The Tapestry
Families Old Chester OldAugusta Germanna
New River SWVP Cumberland Carolina Cradle
The Smokies Old Kentucky






Records in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:

  • Vol. 2 - Page 283. 1785 - Marriage Bond - September 5, Joseph McCutchen and Jane Searight, widow of George Searight; surety, John King. Jean is daughter of Jno. King. Witnesses, James Laird, James Miller, Saml. King.


Joseph McCutcheon acted as a witness in the will of his father, Robert McCutcheon:

  • Page 90.--23d August, 1800. Robert McCutchen's will--To daughter, Mary; to son, James; son, Robert; son, Jones, land on Little River; daughter, Hanna Henderson; daughter, Margaret Moore (son John?); other children. Executors, son John, James Berry, Joseph Henderson. Teste: Jesse Davis, Joseph McCutchen, Mary and Jno. McCutchen. Proved, 26th January, 1801, by Davis and Joseph McCutchen. James Berry refuses to execute. Jno. McCutchen and Joseph Henderson qualify.