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GEORGE FAMILY RESEARCH RESOURCES
Posted by: Roger Byron Parrish Date: April 14, 2000 at 01:01:23
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George Family Research Material Quotations:

Early England: Richard George and Ann Gibson, William and Ann Greene
Source Quote; "Boddie's Southern Historical Families" VOLUME II

Source Quote; "Phillimones Essex Parish Register of Marriages"
Volume CCXIV, Volumes I, II, III, IV (Essex Volumes) , Phillimones &
Company, Ltd., 124 Chancery Lane, London, England, 1914

Early America 1610-1670: Col. John George & Familiy
Source Quote; "A Blakey Book" by Bernard Buckner Blakey, p. 244

Source Quote; George-Blakey Bible, Virginia Historical Society, p.126       

Source Quote; "Early Virginia Immigrants", University of Virginia, p.2, 14, 23, 32, 83

Source Quote; "17th Century Isle of Wight Families: Adventures of Purse and Person", Private, p.576,611,704

America 1750-1797:
Source Quote; "The Douglas Register" by the Rev. William Douglass
The Douglas Register is one of the few surviving church records of the
time. It is a detailed record of births, baptisms, and marriages as kept
by the Rev. William Douglass (formerly of Scotland) from 1750 to 1797.
This was for both Dover Church, St. James Northam Parish, Goochland
County, VA and King William Parish or Manakin Town

Source Quote; "Hotten's Lists"
The Original Lists of Persons of Quality; Emigrants; Religious Exiles; Political Rebels; Serving Men Sold for a Term of Years; Apprentices; Children Stolen; Maidens Pressed; and Others Who Went from Great Britain to the American Plantations 1600-1700.
From Mss. Preserved in the State Paper Department of Her Majesty's Public Record Office, England.
Edited by John Camden Hotten.
Chatto and Windus, Publishers, London, England, 1874.
(Also reprinted by G.A. Baker & Co., Inc., New York, 1931.)
Notes:
This book provides a transcription from a wide variety of original source lists. Some are lists of those having taken the required oath of conformity and allegiance to the Church and Crown. These lists are for those embarking on specific ships, with dates of embarkation given (often well ahead of the actual date of sailing, which is rarely specified). Other lists provide other information regarding emigrants and matters of general interest, but also do provide some scattered information about ship voyages for people listed. Many of the "passenger lists" I am including are compiled from those miscellaneous individual entries.

Source Quote; "Lancour's Bibliography"
A Bibliography of Ship Passenger Lists 1538-1825, Compiled by Harold Lancour, Third Edition, The New York Public Library, 1963.


Source Quote; "Adventurers of Purse and Person"
Adventurers of Purse and Person 1607-1625. Editor;' Martha Woodroof Hiden, the Order of First Families of Virginia, 1607-1620. Printed by Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey, 1956

National Society of Colonial Dames of America-State of Virginia

Wingfield's "History of Caroline County, Virginia.", 1924





George Family Research Material Quotations:

American Plantations and Colonies

Comment; A really terrific site for study of the early American Colonist RBP

At

http://www.primenet.com/~langford/gen_page.htm


Additional Source Information from;


American Plantations and Colonies

Sources & References

At

http://www.primenet.com/~langford/sidebars/sources.htm

Courtesy of

Mr Thomas Langford
19225 N. Cave Creek Road # 8
Phoenix, Arizona 85024-2418
mailto:langford@primenet.com
Tel;(602)569-5182



"Lancour's Bibliography"

A Bibliography of Ship Passenger Lists 1538-1825
Compiled by Harold Lancour
Third Edition, The New York Public Library, 1963.

Notes:
This book provides a comprehensive reference to all books the compiler could determine to contain information on
ships passengers. It is quite extensive in its listings by places and dates, and has a thorough index to documents by
ship names. The general tendency in this book is to list ship names with only current ("updated") spellings which
can cause some difficulty in locating particular ships.



"Hotten's Lists"

The Original Lists of Persons of Quality; Emigrants; Religious Exiles; Political Rebels; Serving Men Sold for a
Term of Years; Apprentices; Children Stolen; Maidens Pressed; and Others Who Went from Great Britain to the
American Plantations 1600-1700.
From Mss. Preserved in the State Paper Department of Her Majesty's Public Record Office, England.
Edited by John Camden Hotten.
Chatto and Windus, Publishers, London, England, 1874.
(Also reprinted by G.A. Baker & Co., Inc., New York, 1931.)

Notes:
This book provides a transcription from a wide variety of original source lists. Some are lists of those having taken
the required oath of conformity and allegiance to the Church and Crown. These lists are for those embarking on
specific ships, with dates of embarkation given (often well ahead of the actual date of sailing, which is rarely
specified). Other lists provide other information regarding emigrants and matters of general interest, but also do
provide some scattered information about ship voyages for people listed. Many of the "passenger lists" I am
including are compiled from those miscellaneous individual entries.
May be available for purchase through the Bookstore
Note: At least one CD version is known to contain significant errors and differences from the original records.



"Adventurers of Purse and Person"

Adventurers of Purse and Person 1607-1625.
Compiled and edited by Martha Woodroof Hiden, sponsored by the Order of First Families of Virginia, 1607-1620.
Printed by Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey, 1956

Notes:
As described in the Preface, the book holds to its intent of presenting the full Muster of 1624/5 and presents three
generations from original families of the establishment of the colony of Virginia. Organized by family names and
descendency, with various information regarding individuals.



"Cavaliers and Pioneers"

Cavaliers and Pioneers; Abstracts of the Virginia Land Patents and Grants, 1623-1800
Compiled by Nell Marion Nugent, Virginia Land Office, Richmond, Virginia
Dietz Publishing Co., Richmond, Virginia, 1934.
(Also reprinted, with Addenda, by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, Maryland, 1963.)

Notes:
The information contained, as indicated in its title, are the descriptions of properties and their transfers throughout
the early years of Virginia. There are important records in the entries which often give lists of the persons who
were brought to Virginia by the individual, to be counted toward the acreage granted. Other informative contents
include dates of various events, names of "neighbors", and more. The reprint includes a summary of the settlement
of Virginia and information regarding the original settlers.



"The Cradle of the Republic"

The Cradle of the Republic - Jamestown and James River
By Lyon Gardiner Tyler, LL.D., then President of the College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia
The Hermitage Press, Inc., Richmond, Virginia, 1906.

Notes:
Principally a topographical history of early Virginia, correlating information from many sources including deeds and
related land documents, this work identifies various "named" locations and features. Much information is supplied,
as well, pertaining to property, structures, persons, and events identified with the area surrounding Jamestown and
the James River. The second edition, in particular, corrects earlier misinterpretations of descriptions in relation to
topography of the area.



"Jamestown 1544-1699"

Jamestown 1544-1699
By Carl Bridenbaugh
Oxford University Press, Oxford and New York, 1980.

Notes:
This is an analysis and history of the "Jamestown" settlement from the point of view of the events and people, good
and bad, English and Indian, well known and unknown. The information is extracted from a multitude of official
documents and individual letters, indicating partiality in the descriptions, as well as effects at the individual human
level. An excellent in-depth bibliography, chronology, and other information is provided in appendices.



"The Virginia Adventure"

Virginia_Adventure - Roanoke to James Towne: An Archaeological and Historical Odyssey
By Ivor NoŽl Hume
Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., New York, 1994.

Notes:
With interpretations of various archeological findings enhancing the historical presentation of the history of the
English adventure into America, this book presents a broad perspective of the settlement of Virginia. Well worth
reading.



"Plymouth Plantations"

Of Plymouth Plantations 1620-1647
By William Bradford, Sometime Governor Thereof
Edition by Samuel Eliot Morison
Alfred A. Knopf, New York, New York, 1953.
(There are also a number of other editions, since this is a primary accounting of the passengers of the Mayflower.)

Notes:
Since there is such an abundance of sources regarding the Mayflower passengers, I have included this one as but a
sample document. As others, this one is based on the documents of William Bradford, although some of his writing
was done from memory at later dates. His information, however, is likely the most accurate available.



"Saints and Strangers"

Saints and Strangers
By George F. Willison, 1945

Notes:
This is primarily a recounting of Bradfords writing, there are useful tables of information relating to the arrivals
and other information. There are also a number of other sources cited and explanatory information.



"The Planters of the Commonwealth"

The Planters of the Commonwealth
A study of the Emigrants and Emigration in Colonial Times: to which are added Lists of Passengers to Boston and
to the Bay Colony; the Ships which brought them; their English Homes; and the Places of their Settlement in
Massachusetts
1620-1640
By Charles Edward Banks

Member of the Massachusetts Historical Society and of the American Antiquarian Society

Published at Boston, Massachusetts, 1930.
Also reprinted by the Genealogical Publishing Co., 1961, and later dates.

Notes:
This book was based on numerous earlier publications as well as original source review, including many parochial
records throughout the counties of England from where most of the emigrants of this period originated. Lists are
"updated" to provide grouping of families who were passengers and to provide an improvement in the lists of the
passengers on ships. An important feature is the inclusion of the origins of the emigrants throughout England.
There are also interesting conjectures, based on known factors, regarding the conditions of the early voyages and
what the emigrant passengers must have endured.



"Founders of New England"

Result of some Researches among the British Archives, for information relative to the Founders of New England
Mr. Samuel Gardner Drake, 1860, Boston (Mass.)



"Documentary History of New-York"

The Documentary History of the State of New-York, arranged under direction of the Hon. Christopher Morgan,
secretary of State.
Other author: O'Callaghan, E.B. (1797-1880); 4 VOL. set.; Pub. 1850, C Van Benthuysen, public printer, Albany.

Plates; folded maps; plans. These volumes are primarily collections of church proceedings, township documents,
and of special interest are essays on the daily life, cultural life, government, Indian affairs, deeds of record for
large manor purchases, etc. of the State of New York in approximately 1624 through 1850. The passenger lists are
located in Vol 3.


Author's Note:

The following passenger lists for the years 1657 through 1664 are immigrants and some soldiers who departed from Amsterdam, The
Netherlands destined for New Amsterdam, a.k.a. New Netherland, a.k.a. New York, Long Island by contract with the West India Company
to settle the new land. Some immigrants continued on to Delaware and others up Hudson's River to Fort Orange. The nationalities are
primarily from The Netherlands, but also represented are Germany, France, Norway, Sweden, Belgium (as it was known in 1657), and one
family each from Prussia , "L'Orient", and Switzerland. There may be other nationalities represented but most origins are in the form of
"villages", "lands", and a "manor" or "duchy" which do not designate the country of origin. A great majority of listings include the
occupation, place of origin, wife & child(ren), servant, widow, or maiden status.


Contributor's Note:

Great care has been taken to proofread the following documents and keep the integrity of the original document in spelling, punctuation,
format and order. This information was translated from the original Old Dutch Manuscripts for publication in The Documentary History of
the State of New-York and thus contains ORIGINAL spellings, misspellings, and abbreviations. Some words are certainly spelled from sound
as many persons were not literate. Also, I have taken the liberty of adding dates, and one explanatory note, in parenthesis to prevent a
confusion of dates, as some ships made several trips to the same destination.



"Bristol and America"

Bristol and America, A Record of the First Settlers in the Colonies of North America 1654-1685
Transcribed by R. Hargreaves-Mawdsley
Originally published in London, England, 1929 and 1931.
Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore, Maryland, 1967.

Notes:

Including the names with places of origin of more than 10,000 Servants to Foreign Plantations who
sailed from the Port of Bristol to Virginia, Maryland, and other parts of the Atlantic coast, and also to
the West Indies from 1654 to 1685. This list is compiled and published from the records of the
Corporation of the City of Bristol, England.

Prefaces also provide some background and historical information. The list, as published, provides mainly a list of
names from the records, only some of which have additional information regarding origins, destinations, ships, and
dates.



"Passengers to America"

Passengers to America, A Consolidation of Ship Passenger Lists from The New England Historical and
Genealogical Register
Edited by Michael Tepper
Selected excerpts from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register.
Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore, Maryland, 1977.

Notes:
Includes the names and considerable additional information for more than 18,000 individuals who sailed to New
England between 1620 and 1836. This set of lists was compiled from articles in The New England Historical and
Genealogical Register, on the basis of references by H. Lancour in his bibliography (see reference above). The
preface also provides some background and historical information. The material contained in the body of the work
includes some duplication and enhancement of other lists, but as a consolidation with other sources of information.
May be purchased through the Bookstore



"Ulster Emigration to Colonial America 1718-1775"

Ulster Emigration to Colonial America 1718-1775
by R.J. Dickson, 1966
Publication of the Ulster-Scot Historical Society, Belfast, Ireland
Published by Routledge and Kegan Paul, London

Notes:
The voyage and other vessel information includes the citations of the original sources.



"Handbook on Irish Genealogy"

Handbook on Irish Genealogy: How to trace your ancestors and relatives in Ireland
(160 pp.) by Donal F. Begley, Irish Genealogical Office, 6th Edition, 1984
Published by Heraldic Artists Ltd., Dublin

Notes:
A thorough coverage of Ireland counties and parishes, and Irish records pertinent to genealogical research in
Ireland. Included is valuable information about published Irish pedigrees and family histories. One chapter
provides the excellent 1837 maps of Samuel Lewis, which he published in "A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland".
There is also a list of useful addresses for Irish research, as well as an index to referenced Irish surnames.



"Protestant Immigrants to South Carolina, 1763-1773"

A Compilation of the Original Lists of Protestant Immigrants to South Carolina, 1763-1773
(163 pp.) by Janie Revill, 1939
Published by The State Co., Columbia

Notes:
This source was transcribed from the Journals of the Council of the Colony of South Carolina and contains the
names of immigrants, with an index to names.



"History of Nova-Caesaria, or New Jersey"

The History of the Colony of Nova-Caesaria, or New Jersey: containing, an Account of its First Settlement,
Progressive Improvements, the Original and Present Constitution, and Other Events, to the Year 1721. with Some
Particulars Since; and a Short View of its Present State.
By Samuel Smith
Printed by James Parker, Burlington, New Jersey, 1765.
(Reprinted exactly by William S. Sharp, Trenton, New Jersey, 1877.
Also printed, but omitting the ship Griffith, in The History of Burlington, New Jersey, listed below.)

Notes:
Contains a variety of information on the initial settlement of this area. This work contains many early letters and
documents quoted in full. In particular, Chapters 5 and 6, pages 77-111, contain passenger information for a
number of early ships. This information is also presented in tabular, abbreviated form in The History of Burlington,
New Jersey, pages 379-380, listed below.



"History of Burlington, New Jersey"

The History of Burlington, New Jersey
From the early European arrivals in the Delaware to the Quarter Millenial Anniversary, in 1927, of the settlement
by English Quakers in 1677.
By William E. Schermerhorn
Enterprise Publishing Co., Burlington, New Jersey, 1927.

Notes:
A history of New Jersey, particularly of Burlington, settlement which includes information on the settlement,
settlers, and families of the region. Includes a list of passengers for a number of the original ships, although the
individual information is very limited in the lists.



"Annals of Philadelphia"

Annals of Philadelphia, being a Collection of Memoirs, Anecdotes, & Incidents of the City and Its Inhabitants,
from the Days of the Pilgrim Founders.
By John F. Watson
E.L. Carey & A. Hart, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; G. & C. & H. Carvill, New York, New York; 1830.

Notes:
An interesting and variegated collection of historical information regarding all aspects of settlement, development,
places, and people of the area of Philadelphia. Includes anecdotes related by a number of people who lived through
the century preceding the interviews conducted by the author, giving first-hand accounts of some of the early
events.



"Annals of New York"

Annals and Occurences of New York City and State, in the Olden Time; being a Collection of Memoirs, Anecdotes,
and Incidents Concerning the City, Country, and Inhabitants, from the Days of the Founders.
By John F. Watson
Henry F. Anners, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1846.

Notes:
An interesting and variegated collection of historical information regarding all aspects of settlement and
development of the area of New York. Includes anecdotes related by a number of people who lived through the
century preceding the interviews conducted by the author, giving first-hand accounts of some of the early events.



"Virgin Coast"

Excerpt from: A Briefe and True Relation of the Discoverie of the North Part of Virginia in 1602. By John
Brereton (Brierton)
Included in Our Natural World, compiled and edited by Hal Borland
J.B. Lippincott Company, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and New York, New York, 1969.

Notes:
This is an account of the voyage of exploration to America by Bartholomew Gosnold in 1602, from the southern
coast of Maine to Cape Cod (named by Gosnold). The compilation in which this is included also contains a number
of other eye-witness descriptions of the natural state of early America throughout the times of exploration.



"A History of Block Island"

A History of Block Island
From Its Discovery, in 1514, to the Present Time, 1876.
By Rev. S.T. Livermore, A.M.
The Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co., Hartford, Connecticut, 1877.

Notes:
A history of the settlement and settlers of this island south of, and belonging to, Rhode Island. In particular, it has
references to various ships and shipwrecks along its shores. It also is a citation for one personal ancestor, Dr. John
Rodman, who endured, with others, invasion and plundering by French privateers and vessels of war during their
tenure of residence there.



"Side-Lights on Maryland History"

Side-Lights on Maryland History with Sketches of Early Maryland Families.
By Hester Dorsey Richardson
Originally published in the Baltimore Sunday Sun, May 17, 1903, to December 25, 1904.
Printed in book form (two volumes), Baltimore, Maryland, in 1913.
Reprinted by Tidewater Publishers, Cambridge, Maryland, 1967.

Notes:
A varied collection of Maryland historical facts, derived from original sources. The information extends from Lord
Calvert and the origins and settlement of Maryland to the lives of early Maryland families.



"Annals of the Forty"

Annals of the Forty: Loyalist and Pioneer Families of West Lincoln 1793 - 1833
Compiled by R. Janet Powell
The Grimsby Historical Society, 1952; reprinted 1963, 1975, 1986, Reiger Press, Stoney Creek, Ontario, Canada.

Notes:
10 Volumes. Some references to ships and passengers.



"Ships of the World"

Ships of the World - An Historical Encyclopedia
Lincoln P. Paine, 1997, Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston (Mass.) and New York

Notes:
Contains historical information, specifications, illustrations, and an extensive bibliography regarding the world's
better known ("noteworthy") vessels. An excellent quick reference for the particular ships which are listed.



"Caribbean Islands"

Islands of the Commonwealth Caribbean: A Regional Study.
Edited by Sandra W. Meditz and Dennis M. Hanratty
Federal Research Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., 1989.

Notes:
Contains historical information pertaining to the settlement and development of the various English-speaking island
populations in the Caribbean.



"Caribbean History"

A Brief History of the Caribbean: From the Arawak and the Carib to the Present.
By Jan Rogozinski
Facts On File, Inc., New York, New York, 1992.

Notes:
A general history of the Caribbean Islands and development of the populations of the individual islands.



"Rodman Genealogy"

Genealogy of the Rodman Family 1620-1886.
By Charles Henry Jones
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1886.

Notes:
Genealogy of the descendants of (1) John Rodman of Barbados, a personal ancestor through (2) John, (3) John, (4)
Thomas, (5) Isaac, (6) Mary Rodman, who married Nemiah Pitman.



"Book of Emigrants"

The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776.
By Peter Wilson Coldham
Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Maryland, 1988.

Notes:
A general collection of records relating to emigrants from England for the indicated period. At least one CD version is known to contain significant differences from the original records.




Research Material Quotations for:
Colonel JOHN GEORGE, Isle of Wight Militia, b.1604

Col. JOHN GEORGE was quite a prominent figure in colonial Virginia. He appears in a list of Colonial officers of Isle of Wight County in 1646. In November of 1647 and April 1652, he represented Isle of Wight County in the House of Burgesses. In 1667, John is again listed as an officer of Isle of Wight County and is referred to as "Lieutenant Colonel JOHN GEORGE." On several occasions he is referred to as Justice of the Peace. He was also commander of forces of Elizabeth City County.

.

. "Blakey Book" by Bernard Buckner Blakey, published Little Falls, Minn. 1977: "Lt. Co. JOHN GEORGE married JANE COLE"

WILL; Colonel JOHN GEORGE died in 1678. His will is dated August 2, 1678 and was proved January 9, 1678;
The Last Will and Testament of Colonel JOHN GEORGE: I give to my 2 daughter, REBECCA & SARAH,
each of them 40 shillings apiece to be paid them in money or goods within 6 monts after my decease. I give to my daughter Sarah Pennington's 2 children, each of them...

Waggener, Fran citing "National Society of Colonial Dames of America-State of Virginia";.1647 Burgess Lt. Col JOHN GEORGE and Capt. John Upton. JOHN GEORGE later a strong adherent of Gov. Berkley; made his will in 1678 leaving a son Issac,

Waggener, Fran citing "National Society of Colonial Dames of America-State of Virginia";.9th February 1666 Court Isle of Wight

Waggener, Fran citing "National Society of Colonial Dames of America-State of Virginia";.7 January 1667

Isle of Wight County; Court Record; 14 April 1672; Lt. Co. JOHN GEORGE application 360 acres beginning South upon Cyprus swamp and N. to land formerly held by Frances Place but now in the possession of ISAAC GEORGE



22 May 1677 court Record - Isle of Wight.

"Thus as in duty bound, Praying for His Majesties Temporal and Eternal Happiness and your Honor's

prosperity, we subscribe ourselves His Majesties Obedient and Loyal Servants (JOHN GEORGE & others)

"History of Old Rappahannock County, Virginia 1656-1692, order book 1, page 42 Grand Juries-June 4,

184?, p. 160-161


Descendants of RICHARD GEORGE


Generation No. 1

1. RICHARD1 GEORGE was born Abt. 1564 in Chelmsford, Essex, England, United Kingdom, and died Aft. 1589 in Chelmsford, Essex, England, United Kingdom. He married ANNE GIBSON 18 May 1584 in Chelmsford, Essex, England, United Kingdom. She was born Abt. 1563 in Chelmsford, Essex, England, United Kingdom, and died Aft. 1592 in Chelmsford, Essex, England, United Kingdom.
       
Children of RICHARD GEORGE and ANNE GIBSON are:
2.       i.       WILLIAM2 GEORGE, b. Abt. 1585, Chelmsford, Essex, England, United Kingdom; d. Aft. 1608, Writtle, Essex, England, United Kingdom.
       ii.       ABRAHAM GEORGE, b. Abt. 1587, Chelmsford, Essex, England, United Kingdom; d. Aft. 1604; m. AGNES HARRISON, 28 July 1604; b. Abt. 1587; d. Aft. 1604.
       iii.       JOHN GEORGE, b. Abt. 1589, Chelmsford, Essex, England, United Kingdom; d. Aft. 1606; m. MARIE HARRIS, 27 October 1606; b. Abt. 1589; d. Aft. 1606.


Generation No. 2

2. WILLIAM2 GEORGE (RICHARD1) was born Abt. 1585 in Chelmsford, Essex, England, United Kingdom, and died Aft. 1608 in Writtle, Essex, England, United Kingdom. He married ANN GREENE 16 May 1602 in Chelmsford, Essex, England, United Kingdom. She was born Abt. 1584 in Chelmsford, Essex, England, United Kingdom, and died Aft. 1608 in Writtle, Essex, England, United Kingdom.
       
Children of WILLIAM GEORGE and ANN GREENE are:
       i.       NICHOLAS3 GEORGE, b. Abt. 1603, Writtle, Essex, England, United Kingdom/Writtle, England; d. 1661; m. MARGARET SAWARD, 1 November 1621; b. Abt. 1604, Chelmsford, Essex, England, United Kingdom; d. Aft. 1621.
3.       ii.       COL. JOHN GEORGE, COLONEL, b. 1604, Writtle, Essex County, England; d. December 1678, Isle of Wight County, Virginia, USA.
       iii.       HUMPHREY GEORGE, b. Abt. 1608, Writtle, Essex, England, United Kingdom/Essex Co., England; d. WFT Est. 1634-1699; m. ANN FREE, 24 June 1628; b. WFT Est. 1591-1615; d. WFT Est. 1633-1704.


Generation No. 3

3. COL. JOHN3 GEORGE, COLONEL (WILLIAM2, RICHARD1) was born 1604 in Writtle, Essex County, England, and died December 1678 in Isle of Wight County, Virginia, USA. He married (1) ANN. He married (2) JANE [BROTHER'S SON M. PARRISH DSCNDT] COLE 4 November 1623 in Tillingham, Essex, England, United Kingdom, daughter of HUMPHREY COLE and HESTER. She was born Abt. 1606 in Tillingham, Essex, England, United Kingdom, and died Aft. 1635 in Isle of Wight County, Virginia, USA.
       
Children of JOHN GEORGE and JANE COLE are:
       i.       REBECCA4 GEORGE, b. Abt. 1625, Castle Creek, Isle of Wight, Virginia, USA; d. Aft. 1625; m. THOMAS LEWIS; b. Abt. 1625.
       ii.       SARAH GEORGE, b. Abt. 1628, Castle Creek, Isle of Wight, Virginia, USA; d. Aft. 1628; m. (1) MORGAN LEWIS; b. Abt. 1627; m. (2) PHILLIP PARDOE.
4.       iii.       ISAAC GEORGE, b. 20 February 1635, Charles City, Warwick County, Virginia, USA; d. 1689, Middlesex, Middlesex County, Virginia, USA.






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