Categories: English Immigrants to Virginia.
George was born around 1620. George passed away in 1674. Based on land deeds and wills, we know that he had a brother named John.
George MOTT, Gentleman, of Rappahannock County, patentee of thousands of acres of land in the North Neck of Virginia.
He was thought to be the child of James and Grace Mott. The Saffron Walden Parish Registers contain the following baptisms of children of James and Grace Mott:
Note, no brother named John
George's parents, Adam Mott and Elizabeth Creel, were married in 1616. George was born 4 years later in 1620.
He married Elizabeth, and had 4 daughters. No source has yet to be discovered for his wife's maiden name.
His daughters are:
"Will of George Mott, planter, March 31, 1674; May 27, 1674. He mentions his wife Elizabeth and brother John Mott as executors, and his four daughters, Elizabeth, Margaret, Ann, Ellen; Witnesses, James Hariman, John Bowsier, Henry Hackney."
He passed away in 1674.
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