Note: [ralphroberts.ged] [roberts.GED] [6958.ged] George French, m. 1) Sarah Green Williams, dau of Gen. James Williams, of "Soldier's Rest," Orange Co.,and wife Eleanor, dau of Moses Green, youngest son of Robert Green, the immigrant. Gen. James Williams was the son of the second William Williams and Lucy, the dau of Philip Clayton, of Catalpa, who was himself the grandson of the first Philip Pendleton. He was a lawyer, member of the VA Assembly, and in Congress, 1817-20, when he resigned to become Receiver of Public Moneys at St. Louis, where he died in 1840. He m. 2) Theodosia, dau of John Hunt, of Lexington, KY, by whom he had two children, ii. Sallie, and iii. John (Owen, William Strother of VA, 1898, p. 25). 1806-1809 GOV: VA General Assembly. 1807 MAR: Culpeper Co, VA, 30 Jun, George F. Strother and Sarah Green Williams dau of James Williams who cosented.; bm, John Farish; wit, William Williams; m. 1 Jul 1807 by Rev. William Mason, Sr. 1810 CEN: Culpeper Co, VA, George F. Strother, 1M 26-45; 1F 16-26; 7 slaves. 1817-1820 GOV: Member of U.S. Congress. George French Strother II and James French Strother represented the Culpeper district in the U.S. Congress. The former received a letter from John Quincy Adams regarding the Constitution which may be seen at the Burgandine House in Culpeper. [Br�derbund Family Archive #315, Ed. 1, Census Index: U.S. Selected Counties, 1830, Date of Import: Sep 15, 1999, Internal Ref. #1.315.1.8851.87] Individual: Strother, George F. County/State: St. Louis Co., MO Location: St. Louis City Page #: 369 Year: 1830 [Br�derbund Family Archive #316, Ed. 1, Census Index: U.S. Selected Counties, 1840, Date of Import: Sep 15, 1999, Internal Ref. #1.316.1.11237.191] Individual: Strother, G. F. County/State: St. Louis Co., MO Location: 3rd Ward Page #: 142 Year: 1840
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