Jonathan Burson (1750 - 1801)

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Birthplace: Fairfax, Virginia, United States
Death: Died in Warren, GA, United States
Occupation: Farmer
Managed by: Marsha Gail (Kamish) Veazey
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About Jonathan Burson

Jonathan Burson, son of Rev. Joseph Burson, did not marry a second time. DO NOT MERGE JANE WHINNERY TO THIS PROFILE. Nancy, his wife, applied for Letters of Administration on 14 Apr 1801 in Warren County, Georgia after he died intestate. She and Isaac (her son) received Letters of Administration on 11 Aug 1801 from the court. [See FHL Film #0,219,573 - Warren County, In 1784 Jonathan Burson was one of four buyers purchasing the Thomas Green Estate, it is likely that Jonathan's wife , Nancy, was the daughter of this Thomas Green.

Baptist Minister

Served In The American Revolution

Georgia Administration of Estates & Wills, 1798-1852.]

In 1784 Jonathan Burson was one of four buyers purchasing the ThomasGreen Estate, it is likely that Jonathan's wife, Nancy, was the daughterof t his Thomas Green.

Wilkes County, Georgia Deed Book , Page 25

June 20, 1786- Jonathan Burson was a witness to a deed signing.

1790 Wilkes County, Georgia Tax Digest, Captain Neil and Abbott's OO*District, Number 101, Joseph Burson: 300 acres of 3rd Quality Land inWilkes County.

(* District OO was a large district covering the south east corner of thelower section of original Wilkes County. Residents of this districtreturned lands on Brier Creek, Upton's Creek branches, White's Creek, andRocky Comfort Creek, on the Columbia County line. The entire area was putinto Warren County in 1794 in Captain Neal's District. The eastern partof the area was put into McDuffie County in 1870. The area now includedthe town of Warrenton in Warren County eastward to the edge of Thomson inMcDuffie County.)

1793 Wilkes County, Georgia Tax Digest, Captain Neil and Abbott's OO*District, Number 56, Jonathan Burson: 1 slave, 500 acres of 3rd QualityLand in Wilkes County joined by Dunaway's land

1790-1795: Jonathan Burson received a Head right and Bounty Land Grantwhile in Wilkes County, GA

1798 Washington County, Georgia Tax Digest, Page 2, Jonathan Burson.

1801 Warren County, Georgia Tax Digest, Page 11, Jonathan Burson.

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Jonathan Burson's Timeline

1750
1750
Fairfax, Virginia, United States
1776
February 5, 1776
Age 26
SC, USA
1778
1778
Age 28
SC, USA
1779
1779
Age 29
SC, USA
1782
March 4, 1782
Age 32
Union, SC, USA
1786
1786
Age 36
GA, USA
1791
1791
Age 41
GA, USA
1792
1792
Age 42
1801
April 14, 1801
Age 51
Warren, GA, United States
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