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George Vandever (1020)

Father: Charles Vanderford/Vandever (244)
Mother: Mary Jones


b. 1762 in Kent County, Delaware [Vandaveer]

d.c. 1862 in Kansas [Vandaveer]

m.c. 1787, Elizabeth Logan, bc. 1770 [Vandaveer]

Issue: [census-NC&Ky]

girl, b. 1787-1790

girl, b. 1787-1790

boy, b. 1790-1794

boy, b. 1794-1800

girl, b. 1794-1800

boy, b. 1800-1810

boy, b. 1800-1804

boy, b. 1804-1810

girl, b. 1804-1810

boy, b. 1810-1815

Description:

In 1813 George was 5'6" tall. [NA]

Information:

George was at Yorktown when Cornwallis surrendered. [Vandaveer]

March 23, 1789:
George purchased a marriage license in Surry County, North Carolina. [McBride,1983]

1790:
George lived in the Salisbury District of Surry County, North Carolina with his wife and two small daughters. [census-NC]

November 1, 1793, recorded June 7, 1799:
George received a land grant for 150 acres on Forbes Creek in Surry County, North Carolina. {Dept. of State - Raleigh - No. 631.} [Van Dyke Baer]

December 8, 1794:
George bought from his brother Charles 120 acres on Forbes Creek for 15 pounds. {Register of Deeds, Dobson, Book F, Page 156.} [Van Dyke Baer]

1798:
George appeared on the Lincoln county, Kentucky Tax List. [Van Dyke Baer]

August 8, 1799:
George sold 75 acres of his land on Forbes Creek to John Rash. George was living in Lincoln County, Kentucky at the time. {Register of Deeds, Dobson, Book I, Page 98.} [Van Dyke Baer]

1800:
George lived in Lincoln County, Kentucky [census-Ky]

1803 and 1804:
George appeared as owning one slave and 100 acres on South Fork, Green River on the Lincoln County, Kentucky Tax List. [Van Dyke Baer]

1810:
George lived in Casey County, Kentucky with his wife, 5 sons, 2 daughters and one slave. [census-Ky]

October 28, 1813:
George enlisted in Knoxville, Tennessee in Capt. William Walker's Company for one year. [NA]

1820:
George lived in Casey County, Kentucky with his wife, 4 sons, a daughter and 3 slaves. [census-Ky]

1830:
George lived in Casey County, Kentucky with his wife, youngest son and one slave. [census-Ky]


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