Ellie Wood Keith Genealogy

Lt. Col George Mason, III

Male 1690 - 1735  (45 years)

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  • Name George Mason 
    Prefix Lt. Col 
    Suffix III 
    Born 1690 
    Gender Male 
    Residence George Mason III bought Barbadoes Island from Francis Hammersly in 1717, and the island came to be known as Mason\'s Island. George Mason gave the island to his fourth son John Mason in 1792. Since John Mason always referred to the island as Analostan Island it came to be known by that name. During the 1790s, John ordered a summer home built there. After financial troubles, the bank foreclosed the island and John\'s Georgetown property in 1833. John Mason then moved to Clermont, a 320-acre (1.3 kmĀ²) property he had recently acquired, where he spent the rest of his life.[37][38]  [1
    Died 5 Mar 1735  Fairfax County, VA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I1000273  Ellie Wood Keith
    Last Modified 22 Feb 2018 

    Father George Mason, II 
    Relationship putative 
    Mother Mary Fowke 
    Relationship putative 
    Family ID F1000116  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Ann Stevens Thomson 
    +1. George Mason, IV,   b. 11 Dec 1725,   d. 7 Oct 1792, Gunston Hall Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 66 years)  [putative]
    Last Modified 21 Feb 2017 
    Family ID F1000115  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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    Analostan Island (Barbados Island, Mason Island)
    Analostan Island (Barbados Island, Mason Island)
    The Nacotchtank Indians, formerly of what is now Anacostia (in Washington, D.C.), temporarily moved to the island in 1668, giving its first recorded name, \"Anacostine\". The island was patented in 1682 as Anacostine Island by Captain Randolph Brandt (or Brunett), who left the island to his daughter Margaret Hammersley, upon his death in 1698 or 1699.[5][6] The island was acquired by George Mason III in 1724.[7] George Mason IV acquired the island in 1735 upon the death of his father and John Mason, the son of George Mason IV, inherited the Island in 1792 and owned it until 1833.[5] John Mason built a mansion around 1796 and planted gardens there in the early 19th century. The Masons left the island in 1831 when a causeway stagnated the water.

  • Sources 
    1. [S2] Randolph Family Tree, Robert Isham Randolph, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gunston_Hall.