1790 census records indicate presence of two different George Tuckers, both born about the same itme - one in Montgomery County, NC and one in Mecklenburg County, NC. Notice the famiy structures are different.
1790 census Salisbury District Montgomery Co. NC:
1 male 16 up [b. bef 1774 George]
2 males under 16 [b. bet. 1774-1790]
1790 Census Mecklenburg Co. NC: Tucker, George Jur:
1 male 16 up [born bef 1774 George Jr.]
1 male under 16 [born after 1774]
Listed next to George Tucker Sr.
NC State Archive records indicate the following land grants to George Tucker in Montgomery County NC.
George Tucker; 200 acres on the south west side of Pee Dee River in Anson [now Montgomery] County, NC; Grant No. 447; Entry No. 129; Entered Oct. 6, 1778; Issued: Oct. 24, 1782; Book 48, Page 245.
[NOTE:George Tucker applied for this land before Montgomery County was formed. The land was issued after Montgomery County was formed. This land is now in Stanly County. The PeeDee River starts at the junction of the Yadkin and Uwharrie rivers in Montgomery Co. NC.]
George Tucker; 200 acres on S. W. side of Pee Dee River in Montgomery County, NC; Grant Number: 569; Issued: Dec. 20, 1791; Book 75, Page 218.
[MY NOTE: See the following grant info for the date entered. This info appears to indicate the same land as the following one does. It is now in Stanly County.]
George Tucker; 200 acres on S. W. side of Pee Dee River, Montgomery County, NC; Grant No. 569; Entered: Jul. 11, 1778; Issued Dec. 20, 1791; Entry No. 345; Book 75, Page 218.
George Tucker; 100 acres on the Glady fork of Beaverdam Creek in Montgomery County; Grant No. 510; Entry No. 559; Entered Jan. 20, 1789; Issued Nov. 17, 1790; Book 75, Page 52.
[NOTE: USGS map indicates Glady Fork is located in Badin Lake. Beaverdam creek rises in southeast Davidson county and flows south into Badin Lake on Yadkin River in Montgomery County. This area is near the current Tuckertown Dam.]
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