George lived at Dogue Run Farm and worked as a ditcher in 1792 but had his assignments changed later in the year, becoming a gardener. As George Washington wrote to farm manager Anthony Whiting, "I think you had better turn Sam and George over to the Gardener, that their work may appear in his Report....This will simplify the Mansion house report greatly, and let me see more clearly what that gang are employed in...." George also was assigned to work at the blacksmith shop in March 1793, while Smith George was sick.1
1. "George Washington to Anthony Whiting, 4 November 1792," The Papers of George Washington Digital Edition, ed. Theodore J. Crackel. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, Rotunda, 2008. "Anthony Whiting to George Washington, 27 March 1793," Ibid.