I have read your many posts concerning the Brewers of Washington county. You link these Brewers to those of Washington Parish LA.Other posts I have seen of yours reference the Wheat family.I am descended of of both the Wheat and Brewer families through John Brewer who married one of the Wheat daughters from the Hancock/Pearl River counties in MS. My John was supposably the son of Patience Sibly and John Brewer, both who moved from GA.I live in GA and have acess to many original source records. Your references to William, George and John Brewer fits nicely with those from Warren county GA in the late 1780's and early 1790's.Associated families in this area are Mounger, Bankston, Cato and others.These families were very active along the Hancock and Warren county areas along the Ogeeeche River. This location is where several Brewers, including William and George (possibly others) who obtained headright grants in the mid to late 1780's (I have copies of all). Neighbors as shown on the grants list Bankston, Mounger and others.This area is in close proximity to the Brewers who lived in Green county and those in western Hancock county. I feel they all are related in some way.
I have never observed where you make this link in GA where they appear to have lived for about ten years prior to migtrating west.It seems everyone jumps from NC to MS/LA without any stops.Geroge and William were both excommunicated from the Long Creek Baptist Church in Warren county before 1800 possibly about 1790. Associated families who also attended this church include the Mounger family, specifically Sampson Mounger who also migrated west and is shown as having been removed from the church rolls. Land deeds prior to 1800 list a Charles, Nathan, Barret, John, William, Elizabeth, Green and several other Brewers. The Bird family was also quite populus in this county.This area was originally in Washington county Ga and without checking my sources likely Wilkes county also.
I have a keen interest in how the Brewers of Hancock, Green and Warren county are related and more specifically how the family members who ended up in LA and MS are related. On my direct line Patience Sibley and John Brewer we believe they moved to LA sometime around 1810 and lived next door to a George Brewer, and several Bankston, Sibley and Allbritton families. Some researcher state that this John is the son of Lt. William Brewer, son of Burwell Brewer of Oglethorpe county who died in 1799. I am hesitant to buy into this theory at this time and feel he is related somehow to the Warren and Hancock co GA Brewers.