18 MAY 1862 - King George, VA
27 NOV 1921 - Lynhams, Northumberland, VA
Alice Columbia JettAlice Jett >> Gordon George >> Marvin George >> Maida George
Alice came with her parents from King George to Lancaster. Both of her husbands died soon after marriage. She built the George Homeplace.
On the 1870 census she appears living with her parents in the Chotank township of King George county, in the Edge Hill post office area. There are no school attendance marks on the entire census page. Her father is listed as farmer.
The 1880 census places her, still living with her parents, in the Shiloh magisterial district of King George county. At age 17 her occupation is listed as 'At Home.' Her father is still listed as a farmer.
She married Luther Harrison George on May 18, 1885 in King George county. Luther had purchased a lot on Carter's Creek in Irvington, Lancaster County, VA the month before they married. She had two sons, Lloyd Harrison in 1886 and Gordon Douglas in 1888. Luther was a waterman. Luther passed away at age 37 on September 25, of 1890 from malarial fever. Luther is buried at Irvington Baptist Church, and is said to be the first person buried there.
Alice remarried to William Whitfield Pasquith. They were married in Lancaster County on November 25th, 1896 by Rev. F.W. Claybrook. Mr. Pasquith was a recent widower himself and recently appointed postmaster of Lynhams in Northumberland County. Alice was soon a widow again when her husband passed away January 15th, 1900, he was 55.
The 1900 census places Alice and her sons in the Wicomico township of Northumberland County. She is the head of the household and listed as a farmer. Lloyd and Gordon as listed as having attended school in the past year.
The Lancaster County Deed Book shows that she sold the land in Irvington in June of 1902 for $550. In 1909 Alice had the George Home-place built near the Lynhams Post Office.
The 1910 and 1920 census show her at the same home in Northumberland on Bluff Point Road across from the Lynhams Post Office. In 1910 she was listed as a farmer again, in 1920 her occupation was listed as none.
Alice passed away on November 27th, 1921. According to her death certificate a brain tumor had afflicted her for the previous two years. She was laid to rest on November 29th in Morattico Baptist Church cemetery. She was 59.
- 1870 Census
- 1880 Census
- 1885 Marriage Register (Line 22)
- 1896 Marriage Register (Line 61)
- 1900 Death of William Whitfield Pasquith
- 1900 Census
- 1901 Processioners Report
- 1902 Land Sale
- 1906 Newspaper Clipping
- 1909 Newspaper Clipping
- 1910 Census
- Undated Newspaper Clipping
- 1920 Census
- Death Certificate
- Sympathy Notice
- 4 Year Remembrance
- 6 Year Rememberance
- Year: 1870; Census Place: Chotank, King George, Virginia; Roll: M593_1658; Page: 5B; Image: 22929; Family History Library Film: 553157
- Year: 1880; Census Place: Shiloh, King George, Virginia; Roll: 1374; Family History Film: 1255374; Page: 508B; Enumeration District: 097
- Year: 1900; Census Place: Wicomico, Northumberland, Virginia; Roll: 1720; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 0070; FHL microfilm: 1241720
- Year: 1910; Census Place: Wicomico, Northumberland, Virginia; Roll: T624_1639; Page: 8A; Enumeration District: 0104; FHL microfilm: 1375652
- Year: 1920; Census Place: Wicomico, Northumberland, Virginia; Roll: T625_1903; Page: 7B; Enumeration District: 136; Image: 543
- U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current
- Virginia, Death Records, 1912-2014
- Virginia, Marriage Registers, 1853–1935. Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia.
Spouses & Children:
- William Whitfield Pasquith
- William Whitfield Pasquith
- Julian A. Jett, Sr.
- Evelyn B. Jett
- Luther A. Jett
- John Douglas Jett
- Malcom H. Jett
- Wylie P. Jett
- Wilton Willis Jett
- Una May Jett
- Sallie S. Jett
- Ina J. Jett
- Myrtle D. Jett