11/21/1732 Essex Co, VA. He was a carpenter there when Edward Goode apprenticed himsef to him.
Saint Georges Parish, Spotsylvania County, VA. He and Catherine moved shortly after their marriage.
9/12/1738 Joseph Brock of Spotsylvania County and Mary, his wife, to George Stubblefield of County aforesaid 54 pounds 6 shillings, part of a Patent granted said Brock September 12,1738. No witnesses, recorded November 3, 1741.
3/15/1744 He received a grant for 502 acres on the branchs of the Captain Tail Swamp, a branch of Mattapony, beginning and extending to the corner to Zachary Lewis and a patent granted to Larkin Chew, deceased.
5/4/1742 George Stubblefield of Saint Georges Parish, Spotsylvania County and Catherine, his wife, to George Cook of said Parish and County 21 pounds and 10 shillings currency 100 acres in Spotsylvania County part of a patent granted Harry Beverly, deed and by the last will and testament of the said Beverly is bequeathed that his daughter Catherine have this tract. No witnesses.
10/4/1743 Edward Herndon ,Jr. of Saint Georges Parish, Spotsylvania County and Elizabeth, his wife, to George Stubblefield of aforesaid Parish and County 40 pounds one shilling 6 pence currency 400 acres granted to Edward Herndon of King and Queen County by patent June 6, 1727. No witnesses.
11/13/1747 Caroline Co, VA paid him for finishing the courthouse.
6/11/1748 He was sued by Thomas Johnson.
3/14/1748/49. He was sued by Jacob Kendrick.
The will book says STUBBLEFIELD, GEORGE, Gentl., Spotsylvania Co., d. Sept. 11, 1751.
His will was probated Jun 2, 1752. It was witnessed by William Robinson, Agatha Robinson, Jo Brock, Brother Thomas Stubblefield, wife Catherine Stubblefield, and friend Major Rice Curtis.
To son George Jr, land and plantation whereon I now live, which I bought of Edward Herndon, Junr., also 100 acres adjoining which I bought of James Riddle
To son, Henry, land which I bought of Mr. Joseph Brock
He mentioned sons, Beverley and Robert
Wife, Catharine "and the child she now goes with."