Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties

George K. Milstead

Male Bef 1782 - Aft 1820  (> 40 years)

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  • Name George K. Milstead 
    Born Bef 1782 
    Gender Male 
    Died Aft 1820  Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I077172  Tree1
    Last Modified 20 Feb 2021 

    Mother UFO Milstead 
    Family ID F34234  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • === Contributed by Ralph D. Smith


      1810 - George K. Milstead is in the 1810 Census of Charles Co., Md., as follows: 00100-20101-06.

      July 1813-Sep. 1814 - George K. Milstead served as a Private and Sergeant in the 43rd Regt. of the Charles Co., Md. Militia during the War of 1812, as follows:

      July 17-21, 1813 - Capt. William Dent's Company stationed at Nanjemoy. (Sgt. George Milstead)

      Aug. 1-5, 1813 - Capt. William Dent's Company, stationed in Port Tobacco. (Sgt. George K. Milstead.) Edward Milstead was a Private in this Company.

      July 4-15, 1814 - Capt. Gustavus Brown's Company. (Private George K. Milstead)

      July 21-24, 1814 - Capt. Thomas Burgess' Company. (Private George K. Milstead)

      July 24-28, 1814 - Capt. Thomas Burgess' Company. (Private George T. L. Milstead [sic])

      July 30-Aug. 5, 1814 - Lt. Walter M. Millar's Company. (Private George K. Milstead)

      Aug. 5-17, 1814 - From Capt. Burgess' Company on duty with a mixed company the highest officer of whom was Lt. John A. Dyer from Capt. Smoot's Company. (Private George K. Milstead)

      Aug. 18-Sep. 11, 1814 - Capt. John Barnes' Company. (Private George K. Milstead)

      Source: Wright, F. Edward, "Maryland Militia, War of 1812," Vol. 5, St. Mary's & Charles Counties, pp. 36, 38, 40, 41, 43, 44 and 46.

      1820 - George H. [sic] Milstead is in the 1820 Census of the 1st Election District, Charles Co., Md., p. 1/145, as follows: 000010-02010, 2 slaves.
      Charles County, Maryland Land Records 1814-1817; Liber IB-11 {Abstract by Mike Marshall}; Page 319. At the request of Henry Brawner the following Trust Deed was recorded March 30, 1816
      I George K. Milstead for $10 and for the further consideration particularly mentioned and set forth have sold unto Henry Brawner Negroes John and Harriet in trust nevertheless for the following purposes. Whereas 3 students have been instituted against me in Charles County Court and on the appearance docket the present March term two by Clement Dorsey, Esq. the other for 4753 pounds net crop tobacco, the other by Sarah Young now married to John F. Gray. And whereas it is my wish and intention to provide in the 1st instance for the payment of the said claims now it is hereby expressly understood to be the meaning and intent of these presence that the said trustee, Henry Brawner shall may at any time hereafter have power to sell and dispose of the said Negro slaves were the purposes aforesaid he giving notice of his intention of selling the same at least 20 days before sale or delivery thereof. As witness my hand and seal this March 30, 1816, George K. Milstead in the presence of F.D. Stone and acknowledged before John B. Wills

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