The Poages had quite a bit of land in Augusta County in Virginia. There are many land deeds on record and land sales. It seems they had a total of over 700 acres. However, it seems they also had a bit of restlessness, since, in the cases of some like George, they set out on their own to new states.
It is clear that George was engaged in military service, but his rank and service varies in different accounts.
George Poage served as a Captain in the Revolutionary War in the Augusta County, Virginia Militia, 3rd Battallion, and he also served as a justice.
He died on Sep 16 1821 in Ashland, KY.(33)
|393. Ann(e) Allen was born in Jan 1757 in Augusta County, VA.(5) (33) Neither a completely reputable source, the Ancestral file at family search indicates Jan. 11th and Ancestry.com has a record for Jan. 25th 1757. She died on Aug 6 1835 in Ashland, KY. (33)|
196 i. Allen Poage.
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