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Family of William GREENWAY (1) & Mary STEVENS

2. George GREENWAY. Born in 1750 in Fredrick Co., Virginia.[8] Was on the census for Frederick Co., VA in 1790.[16] 4 Whites and 1 Black. George died on 7 Nov 1828 in , Montgomery Co., Virginia.[17]

Military: Greenway, George (VA), Sergeant 11th VA 21st Jan 1777; Ensign 30 May 1777; resigned 20 July 1777.

Application: 1608
GEORGE GREENWAY
Lieutenant Continental Line
Craig Co, VA Court Dec term 1860, 8 Nov 1876

GEORGE GREENWAY d. ca 1828 intestate in Montgomery Co, VA. He served with the 11th Virginia Regiment, Continental Line.
Issue:
1. Joseph2 Greenway
2. Nancy2 Greenway
3. Sarah2 Greenway
4. George2 Greenway
5. Richard2 Greenway
Isuue:
1. Jeremiah3 Greenway lives in Craig Co, VA 1860
2. Houston R.3 Greenway lives in Craig Co, VA 1860
3. Richard3 Greenway lives in Craig Co, VA 1860
4. George3 Greenway lives in Craig Co, Va 1860
5. Joseph3 Greenway Jr. lives in Craig Co, VA 1860
6. Mary E.3 Greenway lives in Craig Co, VA 1860
7. Ellen3 Greenway minor 1860 Craig Co, VA
8. Reuben3 Greenway minor 1860 Craig Co, VA
9. Martha3 Greenway minor 1860 Craig Co, VA

R2037
George Greenway
March 6, 1830, Montgomery Co, VA. Samuel Henderson, ad of George Greenway of said county, declared George Greening (Greenway) was an officer in the Continental Line during part of which he was supernumerary and was Lieutenant in the 16th VA Regiment commanded by Charles M. Thurston.

March 27, 1830, Montgomery CO, VA, Sally Greenway (Richard's Wife) and Rachel Franklin declared that George died March 27, 1827.

The Bounty Land Office of the War Dept. reported that the name of George Greenway cannot be found on the list of officers of the VA Line among those returned at the end of the war as entitled to bounty land from the stated, or had a land warrant ever issued in his name. The General Land Office reported from a list of warrants issued by the Reg. of the Land Office at Richmond, VA, that George Greenway was a Lieutenant in the war.

May 13, 1830, James E. Heath wrote from the VA Auditor's Office that the records of his office indicate that George Greenway furnished proof of his having drawn warrants for land bounty amounting to 2,666 2/3 acres. By his own affidavit filed in the Ex. Chamber, it appeared that he became supernumerary as early as 1777.

No date, the clerk of the Montgomery Co, VA, certified that Samuel Henderson of the North Fork of Roanoke River in said county had been appointed administrator of George Greenway of Craigs Creek in said County. Rejected.

George married Dinah KELLEY, daughter of Benjamin KELLEY & Mary WOODS, in Frederick Co., VA. Born in 1757 in Frederick Co., VA. Dinah died aft 1830. Was on the census for Montgomery Co., VA in 1830. pg.66 no TWP.

They had the following children:
i. George. Born abt 1773 in Virgina. Anst File#: Batch M519063 - 1796-1885 File Source 0847608.

3 ii. Joseph (~1775-)
iii. Sarah. Born abt 1780 in Virgina.

iv. Richard[7]. Born in 1786 in Virgina.[9] Richard died in 1858 in Craig Co., VA. Anst File#: No File NO.

Children listed on George Greenway's Revolutionary War Application 1608 as living in Craig Co., TN.

Richard married Mary. Was on the census for Roanoke Co., Virginia in 1850.[18]

v. Nancy.

On 25 Dec 1805 Nancy married John ABBOTT, in Botetourt, Virginia.[12]




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