1821 · [Virginia?]
George Lee Turberville was George [Richard] Lee Turberville, Jr. [1797-1870] of Virginia, the son of Col. George Lee Turberville, Sr. [c.1770-1798], and grandson of Declaration of Independence signer Richard Henry Lee [1732-1794]. He was said to be deaf from typhoid and attended the Braidwood Academy for the Deaf in Chesterfield County, Virginia, and later the American School for the Deaf.
The witness, Charles Calvert Stuart [1794-1852], was the husband of Cornelia Lee Turberville [1795-1860], George Turberville Jr.'s sister [Eubank, H. Ragland: AUTHENTIC GUIDEBOOK OF HISTORIC NORTHERN NECK OF VIRGINIA, THE LAND OF GEORGE WASHINGTON AND ROBERT E. LEE. Virginia: Whittet & Shepperson, 1934, pp. 55-62.] Census records indicate that James Darne and Richard Prigg were farmers in Loudon County, Virginia. (Inventory #: 36651)