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Seth John Cuthbert

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Seth John Cuthbert
Governor of Georgia
In office
July 24, 1779 – August 6, 1779
Preceded byWilliam Glascock
Succeeded byJohn Wereat
Personal details
Born1739 (1739)
Savannah, Georgia
Died (aged 57–58)

Seth John Cuthbert (1739 – August 23, 1797) briefly served as the Chairman of the Supreme Executive Council (governor) of Georgia during the American Revolution. He was born in Savannah, Georgia in 1739. His first marriage was to Catherine Eustace Blair, she was previously married to Dr. James Blair in Williamsburg, VA. The marriage was never consummated and ended in a court battle known as Blair v Blair. Dr. James Blair died before a divorce could be sought and she fought to receive her marriage portion. There are no divorce records available between Blair and Cuthbert. All that is known is that Catherine Blair did not die until 1788. He married Mary Clay, daughter of Joseph Clay, in 1785 and was the father of John Alfred Cuthbert and Alfred Cuthbert. Cuthbert also fought in the American Revolution,[1] and later became state treasurer (1784-1786), and served on the Council of Safety. He died on August 23, 1797, aged approximately 58.[2][3]

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  1. ^ Cuthbert, Seth John. "[Letter] 1774 Aug. 9 to Lachlan McIntosh, Darien, Georgia / Seth Jno. [i.e. John] Cuthbert". Southeastern Native American Documents, 1730-1842. Keith Read, Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries, presented in the Digital Library of Georgia. Retrieved June 6, 2016.
  2. ^ Cuthbert, Georgia
  3. ^ Bulloch, Joseph Gaston Baillie (1908). The Cuthberts: barons of Castle Hill, and their descendants in South Carolina and Georgia. p. 59.
Political offices
Preceded by
William Glascock
President of the Georgia Supreme Executive Council
Succeeded by
John Wereat and
George Walton
(Separate factions)1
Notes and references
1. New Georgia Encyclopedia
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