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George Brock
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Birth: Aug., 1762
Shenandoah County
Virginia, USA
Death: Jan., 1839
Washington County
Indiana, USA

Aaron "Chief Red Bird" "Cutsawah" " Brock 1721 1797
Susan Carolina Davis 1725 1760

Alternative parents:
Henry Brock [Heinrich Brack] born ABT 1725 in USA. Died 11 Mar 1800



Marriage 1) Catherine Polly ZINK b: 27 MAR 1758 in Philadelphia, Delaware, Pennsylvania, USA Married: 1780 in Shenandoah, Virginia, USA 3

Mary Magdelaine BROCK Lefevers b: 17 JAN 1780 in North Sewickley Towship, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA

Barbara BROCK Bartlett(or Barnett) b: 1788 in Shenandoah, Virginia, USA

George BROCK b: 07 MAR 1798 in Shenandoah, Virginia, USA

Catherine BROCK Neidiffer b: 1790 in Shenandoah, Virginia, USA

Elizabeth BROCK Tindall b: 1795 in Virginia, USA

Susannah BROCK Ard Fitts b: 1767 in Pittsylvania, Virginia, USA

Marriage 2) Julia Ann Bruner 5-28-1824

George was born Aug. 1762 in North Sewickley Towship, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA or Shenandoah C., Virginia, USA

He was a Revolutionary soldier, drafted as a militiaman in the Revolutionary war for a term of two months and served as a soldier for said term in company of Capt. George Rinker in the regiment commanded by Col. Jacob Rinker. Between that time and summer of 1782, he performed four other tours in the militia, three of which were for two months each and performed by him as a private drafted militiaman in the same company of Capt,. George Rinker, Col. Jacob Rinker. That the other tour of service he performed as a volunteer for three months, as a private in Capt. Sharp's company, under command of Col. Booth, Maj. Welch. Marched to Richmond, traversed the country between there and the seashore. Stationed on the James River and on the Chickahomini, marched through a portion of North Carolina, was in many skirmishes. At Battle of Yorktown where Cornwallis surrendered, where his service consisted of guarding prisoners taken on the surrender of Cornwallis at the barracks near Winchester 2
Note: visited Indiana prospecting for a place to settle his family
Note: granted a patent for 50 acres on the top of Walkers Mountain and on the waters of Beaver Creek a North Branch of Holstein River 3 4
Census: 1785 Shenandoah Co., VA
Note: with a total of four in his household
Residence: 10 OCT 1805 Washington Co., VA
Note: sale of property
Will: 27 APR 1828 Washington Co., IN
Note: his heirs were his children, grandchildren Samuel Tindall (his deceased daughter Elizabeth's son), John Ard and Jacob Fitz (his deceased daughter Susy's children); mentions previous property distributions; and implies his 2nd wife Julia was deceased. Property mentioned as previously distributed was part of George's original 640 acres. Will recorded 13 Feb 1839 5
Immigration: 15 SEP 1788 Washington Co., VA
Note: where a survey for Henry Brock, assignee of George Brock, for 50 acres on Walker Mountain joining the lines of land on which George Brock lives 6
Note: entered 400 acres lying between the Great and Little Mountains, next to Cutlip Sink's property. It was surveyed 4 Jul 1787 and delivered to George Brock, who assigned the land to Jacob Freed. Cutlip Sink was Godlieb Zink, George's father-in-law 7
Event: Milit-Beg BET 1778 AND 1782 Shenandoah Co., VA
Note: as stated in his pension application, then returned to Shenandoah Co. after the war and stayed there 6-7 years before moving to the waters of the Holston in VA & lived there about 18 years, then moved to Kentucky and lived there 3 or 4 years, then moved to this County where I have lived ever since, & still live. 9

Title: A Roster of Revolutionary Ancestors of the Indiana Daughters of the American Revolution
Abbrev: DAR Roster Rev Ancestors of IN
Author: Compiler: Indiana Society Daughters of American Revolution
Publication: Unigraphics, Inc., Evansville, IN, 1976
Page: No. 592062
Title: A Roster of Revolutionary Ancestors of the Indiana Daughters of the American Revolution
Abbrev: DAR Roster Rev Ancestors of IN
Author: Compiler: Indiana Society Daughters of American Revolution
Publication: Unigraphics, Inc., Evansville, IN, 1976
Page: Nos. 500086, 592062
Title: Virginia Land Patents and Grants in Land Office
Abbrev: Virginia Land Patents
Publication: Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA
Page: Land Office Grants No. 46, 1797-1801, p. 378 (Reel 112)
Title: A Brock Family History: Swiss Brack-American Brock
Abbrev: Brock Fam Hist: Swiss-American
Author: Robert L. Brock
Publication: Gateway Press, Inc., Baltimore, MD, 1992
Pages: pp. 41, 42, 47, 48, 53, 55, 56
Title: National Archives
Publication: National Archives, Washington, DC
Page: No. R.1231]
Family links: 
  Aaron Totsuwha Brock (1721 - 1797)
  Susannah Caroline Brock (1725 - 1764)
  Catherine Zink Brock (1758 - 1824)
  Julia Ann Brainer Brock (1802 - 1828)*
  Mahala Susannah Brock Callahan (1749 - 1820)**
  Jesse Brock (1751 - 1843)**
  James Calvin Brock (1759 - 1831)*
  George Brock (1762 - 1839)
*Calculated relationship
Brock Cemetery
Washington County
Indiana, USA
Maintained by: Lloyd Irvin Taylor
Originally Created by: jbmgs
Record added: Feb 06, 2010
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Rest In Peace
- vets2search
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My 6th Great Grandfather RIP
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