Nancy B.Brewer living with daughter Anna Brewer Gayle in 1850, Washington Co., AL Federal Census, age 75 (b. 1775) born in Georgia.
Sarah "Sally" Brewer married Daniel Coleman.
When reading the LWT of George Brewer he names four grandchildren: George W. Woodyard (son of Mary Brewer Woodyard); William H. Coleman (son of Sally Coleman); George M. Brewer (son of Elizabeth Gilly Brewer); John Gayle (son of Anna Brewer Gayle).
Anna Gayle, daughter of Levin and Anna Brewer Gayle, married Robert B. Owens, born 1828, Mobile, AL (descendant of Goronmy Owen, Welsh immigrant to Virginia).
George Brewer m. Nancy Bird, names son Micajah Brewer (the Beau Brummel of St. Stephens) as Executor of Estate of George Brewer; Walter Woodyard to help manage Estate: will written in 1821 and recorded in 1840, Will Book A, Washingotn County, AL Probate Court.
In February, 1804, Susanna Brewer draws Power of Attorney to her son George Brewer. Although George was a resident of Washington Couonty in 1810, he does not appear in the 1810 Washington County, Mississippi Territory Census. May appear in Clarke County.
In 1796-97 the following Brewers are living in St. Stephens: Anne Brewer (widow of William) age 62; Elizabeth Brewer, widow age 94; Mr. & Mrs. Charles Brewer, age 33 and 32 respectively; Mr. & Mrs. John Brewer, both age 50.
Earliest Births and Deaths of Mobile County (Spanish West Florida Territory) records that borth William and Charles Brewer were residents of the Tombigee "since 1797" and that both died prior to 8/7/1804.
Neither George and Susanna Brewer nor George and Nancy Brewer are recorded in the Spanish Census taken in 1796 for the year 1797. George is definitely a resident by 1800 and Walter Ward Woodyard surveyed the lands of George and Nancy Brewer in the year 1803; Walter marries Mary Brewer in the year 1807 as I recall.
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