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51. George Glass (Married: Maria (Mary) Graves (#52) [Source for the gray information is research done by Michael Cavenaugh (Glass family genealogist denoted on the Guilford County Genealogy Association Website)

Born: before Dec 1755 in Orange County, NC of Christian "Crisley" Glass (#101) & Philpenna ___(#102). [Note: His date of birth is based on his father's will dated December 1771. In that will George was left land, and he had to be at least 16 in order to own land.]

Died: on or before 15 February 1836. (Source: North Carolina Wills and Probate Records 1665 - 1998, Probate date: 1836.) On the cover page for the George's estate, dated 15 February 1836, his wife, Mary Glass consented to have her brother Daniel Graves act as administrator of her husband's estate. The probate place is Guilford, North Carolina. To see her letter of consent and the Guilford County document concerning Daniel Graves responsibilities, click here.


[His siblings, if any, are unknown.]



[Note: George's uncle, Philip Glass, married George's wife's sister, Catherine Graves.]

George was missed in the 1810 census in Guilford County.

In the 1820 census he was over 45, his wife was 26-45, he had a daughter 10-16 (Elizabeth), a son 10-16 (David), two daughters 0-10 (Sally and Ellen), and two sons 0-10 (John and Eli).

He was mentioned in a land record dated 12 Sep 1837 as being deceased (Guilford County Deed Book 24, pages 29-30).

George and his wife, Maria, had six children: Elizabeth (Betsy), David, Sarah "Sally", Ellen "Nelly" (#26), John G., and Eli.


Lifetime Events Summary for George Glass

George's age
Before 1755
Children's births
1805 ~1819
older than 50 - 64
War of 1812
older than 57 - 60
Birth of Daughter, Ellen Glass (#26)
~ 1815
older than 60
Before February 1836
~ 81

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