In 1830 in Franklin County, Georgia, Elizabeth's son, Redfern Weems, was the executor of her estate.
George's parents are believed to be George Prickettor b.abt 1718 m. Sarah
George was a Rev War patriot.
Israel 26 Ju 1763 in Va. d. 02 Sp 1837 Franklin Co., Ga. [m. 10-10-1783 to Sarah Hargove b. 1761, MD; 10 children]
Mary [Mary Prickett m. a Young]
Ann b. 1765 [Ann Prickett m. a Night (Knight?)]
Josiah m. Polly Baker 19 Nv 1817 [Josiah Prickett may have married twice, 1) Patsy wife of Josiah
Prickett mentioned in Peter Williamson's will proved JUl 1798]
Sarah b. 1769 [Sarah Prickett m. a Williamson]
Elizabeth b.1771 N.C.
George Jr. b.1772 [George Jr. probably 1st married a Sarah, he m. 2nd Martha Taylor dau of Charles Taylor. No children mentioned in his will, he di. 1825]
John b.1774 [John Prickett m. Elizabeth Jones in 1809]
Jacob b.1785 N.C. d. after 1840 Al. [m. in GA. witnessed a deed in 18804 Franklin County and listed in the lottery of 1807. Migrated to Miss. Territory before 1815 and is listed on 1820 and 1830 census in Al. Later moved to TX.]
Joel b.21 Sp 1787, N.C. d. 1855 Ala. [m. 7-25-1808 in Franklin County to Elizabeth Dobbs (Family bible says Mary Elizabeth Dobbs) b. 9-2-1792 NC.]
Subject: [WEEMS] Weems in Franklin County, Georgia County HistoryDate: Sat, 28 Jun 2003 21:59:16 -0400
P. 513 biography of George Prickett, war patriot and early settler of Franklin
was living in NC in 1779...