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Samuel Washington (1734–1781) was a brother of United States President George Washington. He was born on November 16, 1734 at Pope's Creek, Wakefield, Westmoreland County, Virginia.
Samuel served numerous posts in Stafford County, Virginia including justice of the peace, county magistrate, county sheriff, militia officer, and parish vestryman. He resided at Mount Vernon from 1735 to 1738.
He had Harewood near Charles Town, Virginia designed by John Ariss in 1770. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.
Marriages and children
Samuel married five times and had nine children:
- Jane Champe (1724-1755)
- Mildred Thornton (about 1741-1763) - possibly died during or shortly after childbirth. Her cousin, also named Mildred Thornton, married Samuel's younger brother Charles.
- Lucy Chapman(1743-1762) - died during childbirth
- Infant Washington(1762-1762)
- Anne Steptoe (1737–1777)
- Susannah Perrin(1740-1783)
- John Perrin Washington (1781–1784)
|Ancestors of Samuel Washington