I found the following information taken from CHALKLEY'S CHRONICLES; Volume 2, pp. 160-169. AUGUSTA COUNTY, Va.
GEORGE MOORE of Shenandoah, VS. ROUSH-O. S. 204; N. 71-- JACOB MOORE, late of Shenandoah County, bought from JOHN ROUSH a house and lot in New Market in Shenandoah, there died intestate as to his property, leaving SUSANNAH MOORE; orator, GEORGE MOORE; CHARLES MOORE; ELIJAH MOORE; LYDIA, wife of PETER FALSER; MARY, wife of --- WEAVER, DAVID MOORE; JONATHAN MOORE, children and heirs. Will of JACOB MOORE of Parish of Beckford, Shenandoah County: wife, LYDIA; son GEORGE; sons, CHARLES,ELIJAH,DAVID,JONATHAN;daughters, LYDIA,MARY. Dated 8th of June, 1795. Proved in Shenandoah, 12th October, 1801. JACOB died 3rd of October, 1801. Notice dated 2nd November, 1808, directed to DAVID COFFMAN and ELENOR MOORE, administratrix of GEORGE MOORE, deceased, and MORGAN, NANCY,GEORGE, THOMAS, MORRIS, MOORE, heirs of GEORGE MOORE, deceased.Deed dated 8th October, 1802, by JOHN ROUSH and DOROTHY, his wife, of Kenawha County, to the MOORES above, one-half acre in New Market, No. 81, conveyed to ROUSH by ABRAHAM SAVAGE and ANNE, his wife, 23rd January. 1792. Proved in Kenawha 9th November, 1802.
I am trying to find out more about the ROUSH families from Virginia in the early 1800s. SGM