1. George B. Meek was about 1785 in Maryland according to the 1860 census. He married Catherine Everly. She was born 15 Aug 1787. (Source for spouse unknown.) George was listed in the 1850 census of Pontotoc Co., MS, age 66. (Place of birth unclear.) He was living with Oscar Meek age 25 born Tennessee. They were both living with the William Donnel family. George was listed in the 1860 census of Monroe Co., MS (age 75, MD) living with his son, John. John's 1880 census also says his father was born in Maryland.
Shenandoah County, VA Deed Book: Book Y, p. 243, 30 June 1817 Between George B. Meek and Catherine his wife of County of Shenandoah (to) Jacob Roemer of County aforesaid.....consideration of one hundred eighty Dollars.....two certain out lots containing five acres each....known in the town of Woodstock by numbers 154 and 155 and were conveyed to said George B. Meek by Robert Turner and Eliza his wife. Wit: None George B. Meek Recorded 8 June 1818 Catherine Meek Book Y, page 343, 30 June 1817 Catherine the wife of George B. Meek released Dower right to above land....... J. Rinker, Jr. Robert Turner Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlements in Virginia, Vol., 2, p. 180-189 by Lyman Chalkley: 1810 depositions re: estate of James Williamson: George B. Meek deposes in Woodstock. He lived in Baltimore with (James) Williamson and came to Staunton with him. Minutes Book of Williamson Co., TN: John White, age 12, bound out to George B. Meek to learn trade and skills of a tailor - 1819 George White, age 12, bound out to George B. Meek to learn trade and skills of a tailor - 1819. George B. Meek came from Baltimore, MD to Shenandoah Co., VA, and then went on to Williamson Co., TN by 1819.