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Person Purpose of Event Location Date Primary Source
+ Abbey A
Female

Census Dogue Run June 1799 Negroes Belonging to George Washington in his own Right and by Marriage, June 1799

+ Abbey A
Female

Health Mount Vernon November 16, 1799 Invoice from Dr. James Craik, 24 May 1800

An emetic for Abbe 1/6
+ Acka A
Female

Laborer
Census Mill Quarter December 1771 List of Slaves Belonging to George Washington & John Parke Custis, December 1771

An inventory of the Negro's belonging to G. Washington & J.P. Custis As given in by the respective Overseers after the death of Mr Joseph Valentine in the Month of Decr 1771 …Female Acka 30, 50, Cor 30, anny 85, Grace 55, Alice 25, Hannah 22, 20, eck 20, tt 19, 18, N 18, Amey 15, 13, 7, itt 7, ose 6, M 2Mths…
+ Agnes A
Female

Health Mount Vernon July 12, 1784 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Mrs Bishop for Delivering Agness ..10..[0]
+ Agnes A
Female

Health River Farm July 12, 1784 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To Mrs Bishop for diliverg [delivering] Agness (R Plant: [River Plantation]) ..10..0
+ Agnes A
Female

Laborer
Census River Farm March 1785 List of Taxable Property, Fairfax Parish, 1785

A List of Genl Washingtons taxable property in Fairfax Parish March 17<85>…Above 16 years old…Will, George, Bosin, Nat, Ben, Ned, Essex, Bath, Breechy, John, Sambo, Adam, Ruth, Pegg, Coffee, Daphne, Doll, Maria, Nancy, Judith, Judith, Esther, Hannah, Lyday, Agnes, Sucky,
+ Agnes A
Female

Laborer
Census River Farm February 18, 1786 Diary Entry, 18 February 1786

+ Agnes A
Female

Laborer
Provisions River Farm April 1786 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Agnes A
Female

Laborer
Provisions River Farm November 12, 1786 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Agnes A
Female

Laborer
Provisions River Farm 1787 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Agnes A
Female

Health Mount Vernon July 23, 1787 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Mrs Williams pd [paid] her for delivering Agnus 0..10..0
+ Agnes A
Female

Census River Farm April 1788 List of Taxable Property in Fairfax Parish, 1788

Blacks above 12 years of age…[column 3]…Daphne, Murria, Agnus, Suck, Sucky, Judy 1t, Judy 2d …
+ Agnes A
Female

Cultivator of the Soil
Farm Work Mansion House June 24, 1788 Diary Entry, 24 June 1788

In the Neck...all (except Ben who was left to Sow Pease, as the ground could be prepared—Lydia for the purpose of Milking, & Will because he was unable to walk and all 3 to weed the Pease in hills) came to the New ground at the Mansn. House.
+ Agnes A
Female

Laborer
Provisions River Farm July 1788 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Agnes A
Female

Laborer
Provisions River Farm November 10, 1788 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Agnes A
Female

Laborer
Provisions River Farm July 11, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Agnes A
Female

Laborer
Provisions River Farm November 07, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Agnes A
Female

Health River Farm January 03, 1790 Farm Reports, 9 January 1790

By Sickness Cornelia 6 days Natt 3, & Agness 3 days
+ Agnes A
Female

Laborer
Provisions River Farm January 16, 1790 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Agnes A
Female

Health River Farm February 27, 1790 Farm Reports, 27 February 1790

By Sickness Doll 6 days – Cloe 4 [days]. Breach 2 [days] – Judy 2 [days] & Suck 1 day in child bed Agness 6 [days] 21 [days]
+ Agnes A
Female

Provisions River Farm November 05, 1790 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Agnes A
Female

Health River Farm December 04, 1790 Farm Reports, 4 December 1790

By Sickness Daphny 6 days. Ben 2. Ruth 6 — Rose 3. John 6. Easter 2 Joe 4. Pegg 6. Robin 3. Fanny 2. Judy 4. Doll 6. Hannah 4. Matt 4. Cornelia 6 Chloe 6. Agness 1
+ Agnes A
Female

Health River Farm December 11, 1790 Farm Reports, 11 December 1790

By Sickness Suck 5 days - Natt 3 - Ruth 3 - Daphny 4 - Pegg 4 Agness 2 - Robin 3 Doll 5 Hanh 6
+ Agnes A
Female

Health River Farm December 23, 1790 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Mrs Darcus Parker pd [paid] her in full of all demands for delivering the following Women - Cornelia - Agnes - & Alice - at River Plantn - Doll - Fanny - Rachael - & Lucy - at the Ferry - Grace - Charity - Siller & Betty Davis - at Dogue Run - Molly - Peg & Nancy - at Muddy hole - Kitty & Alice - at the Mansn House in all 16 - @ 10/ 8..[0]..[0]
+ Agnes A
Female

Provisions River Farm 1791 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Agnes A
Female

Health River Farm July 30, 1791 Farm Reports, 30 July 1791

By Sickness Ruth 4 days Judy 6 [days] Ned 1 [day] Peg 1 [day] Agnes 4 [days] hannah 2 [days] 18 [days]
+ Agnes A
Female

Health River Farm September 17, 1791 Farm Reports, 17 September 1791

By Sickness Peg 6 Agnes 6 Doll 5 Judy 3 Hannah 2 days 22 [days]
+ Agnes A
Female

Provisions River Farm 1792 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Agnes A
Female

Health River Farm January 12, 1793 Farm Reports, 12 January 1793

By Sickness Breachy 1 Richmond 3 Sall 3 Agness 2 days
+ Agnes A
Female

Health River Farm March 23, 1793 Farm Reports, 23 March 1793

By Sickness Agness 2 Suke 4 Esther 1 Ned 2 days
+ Agnes A
Female

Health River Farm August 03, 1793 Farm Reports, 3 August 1793

By Sickness Daphne 6, Cloe 6, Agniss 4, Sall 4, Frank 1
+ Agnes A
Female

Health River Farm February 11, 1797 Farm Reports, 11 February 1797

Sick Agnes in Child bed, 6 days
+ Agnes A
Female

Health River Farm February 18, 1797 Farm Reports, 18 February 1797

Agnes in Child bed 6 days
+ Agnes A
Female

Health River Farm February 18, 1797 Farm Reports, 18 February 1797

There are 3 Negroe Children Born, & one dead at River Farm 1 born at Mansion house. Sina 1 And at Union Farm 1 born & one dead - It was killed by Worms. Medical Assistance was called - But the Mothers are very innatentive to their Young - A Nurse, & some place set a part for the sick may be thot on when Your Ex. returns.
+ Agnes A
Female

Health River Farm February 25, 1797 Farm Reports, 25 February 1797

Sick Agnes in Child bed 6 [days]
+ Agnes A
Female

Health River Farm March 04, 1797 Farm Reports, 4 March 1797

Sick Agnes & Cornelia in Childbed 12 [days]
+ Agnes A
Female

Health River Farm March 11, 1797 Farm Reports, 11 March 1797

Sick Agnes in Childbed 6 [days]
+ Agnes A
Female

Health River Farm March 18, 1797 Farm Reports, 18 March 1797

Sick Agnes 5 [days]
+ Agnes A
Female

Stock Keeper
Health River Farm April 22, 1797 Farm Reports, 22 April 1797

Agnes gone to Doctor & attending to the Stock 2 [days]
+ Agnes A
Female

Health River Farm February 18, 1798 Farm Reports, 18 February 1798

[Sick] Agness 2 days
+ Agnes A
Female

Health Mount Vernon March 06, 1798 Invoice from Dr. James Craik, 20 June 1799

Bleeding Agnes 0..3..0
+ Agnes A
Female

Health River Farm March 10, 1798 Farm Reports, 10 March 1798

[Sick] Agness 6 days
+ Agnes A
Female

Health River Farm March 17, 1798 Farm Reports, 17 March 1798

[Sick] Agness 3 days
+ Agnes A
Female

Health River Farm July 07, 1798 Farm Reports, 7 July 1798

[Sick] Agnes 6 [days]
+ Agnes A
Female

Health River Farm December 15, 1798 Farm Reports, 15 December 1798

[Sick] Agnes 6 [days]
+ Agnes A
Female

Health River Farm December 22, 1798 Farm Reports, 22 December 1798

Agnes in Child bed 2 [days]
+ Agnes A
Female

Health River Farm January 05, 1799 Farm Reports, 5 January 1799

Sick - One of the women in Child bed 6 [days]
+ Agnes A
Female

Health River Farm January 12, 1799 Farm Reports, 12 January 1799

[Sick] Agnes 6 [days]
+ Agnes A
Female

Health River Farm January 19, 1799 Farm Reports, 19 January 1799

Agnes in Child bed 6 [days]
+ Agnes A
Female

Cultivator of the Soil
Census River Farm June 1799 Negroes Belonging to George Washington in his own Right and by Marriage, June 1799

+ Agnes B
Female

Health Dogue Run December 02, 1776 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Thos [Thomas] Bishop for Delg [Delivering] Betty at the Home House and Jane at D. [Dogue] Run Ret [Receipt] 1..[0]..[0]
+ Agnes B
Female

Health Dogue Run December 02, 1776 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To Thos [Thomas] Bishop for Diliverg [Delivering] Betty at the Home House and Jane at D. [Dogue] Run Rct [Receipt] 1..0..0
+ Agnes B
Female

Comment Dogue Run 1786 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

Agga … Jone's/dead … Ditto [Dogue Run]
+ Agnes B
Female

Census Dogue Run February 18, 1786 Diary Entry, 18 February 1786

+ Agnes B
Female

Comment Dogue Run 1787 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Agnes B
Female

Census Dogue Run April 1788 List of Taxable Property in Truro Parish, 1788

Blacks above 12 years of age … [column 4] Peg, Sackey, Darcus, Amy, Nancy, Molly undr 16, Morris 1t, Robin, Adam, Jack 1t, Jack 2d, Dick, Ben, Matt, Morris 2d, Brunswick (past service), Hannah, Lucy, Moll, Jenny, Silla, Charity, Betty, Peg, Sall, Grace, Sue, Agga undr 16 …
+ Agnes B
Female

Provisions Dogue Run November 15, 1788 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Agnes B
Female

Comment Dogue Run 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Agnes B
Female

Provisions Dogue Run January 03, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Agnes B
Female

Provisions Dogue Run January 26, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Agnes B
Female

Provisions Dogue Run November 05, 1790 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Agnes B
Female

Provisions Dogue Run 1791 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Agnes B
Female

Provisions Dogue Run 1792 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Agnes B
Female

Provisions Dogue Run December 1792 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Agnes B
Female

Health Dogue Run November 12, 1796 Farm Reports, 12 November 1796

By Sickness agness 2 [days]
+ Agnes B
Female

Provisions Dogue Run December 20, 1796 Manager Ledger (William Pearce), 1794-1797

By 1 Blanket given to Dogue Run Sarah & 1 to agness at the same place 2
+ Agnes B
Female

Health Dogue Run January 07, 1797 Farm Reports, 7 January 1797

Sick...Agnes 6 [days]
+ Agnes B
Female

Health Dogue Run January 14, 1797 Farm Reports, 14 January 1797

Sick...Agness 6 days
+ Agnes B
Female

Health Dogue Run January 28, 1797 Farm Reports, 28 January 1797

Sickness...Agnes 2 days
+ Agnes B
Female

Health Dogue Run February 18, 1797 Farm Reports, 18 February 1797

[Sick] Agnes 3 [days]
+ Agnes B
Female

Health Dogue Run March 18, 1797 Farm Reports, 18 March 1797

[Sick] Agnes 1 [day]
+ Agnes B
Female

Health Dogue Run May 13, 1797 Farm Reports, 13 May 1797

[Sick] Agnes 2 days
+ Agnes B
Female

Nurse
Health Dogue Run June 24, 1797 Farm Reports, 24 June 1797

Agness minding her Child when sick 3 [days]
+ Agnes B
Female

Health Dogue Run August 09, 1797 Farm Reports, 12 August 1797

Sickness...Agness 1 day
+ Agnes B
Female

Health Dogue Run August 26, 1797 Farm Reports, 26 August 1797

Sick...Agness 3 days
+ Agnes B
Female

Health Dogue Run March 17, 1798 Farm Reports, 17 March 1798

[Sick] Agness one day
+ Agnes B
Female

Health Dogue Run November 10, 1798 Farm Reports, 10 November 1798

Sick 2 days
+ Agnes B
Female

Health Dogue Run January 05, 1799 Farm Reports, 5 January 1799

[Sick] Agnes 2 [days]
+ Agnes B
Female

Cultivator of the Soil
Census Dogue Run June 1799 Negroes Belonging to George Washington in his own Right and by Marriage, June 1799

+ Agnes C
Female

Laborer
Census Brick House Plantation December 1771 List of Slaves Belonging to George Washington & John Parke Custis, December 1771

An Inventory of the Negro’s belonging to G. Washington & J. P. Custis As given in by the respective Overseers after the death of Mr Joseph Valentine in the Month of Decr 1771…[New Kent County] ...Hannah P[ast} L[abo]r, Nanny 50, Beck 40, Eleh 35, Arber 30, Eve 25, Crayger 25, Fanny <25>, Nell 20, Fran <16>, Suckey <15> Aggy 12, Moll 10, Dolly 6, Moll 6, Nan 3, Sibba 5, 2, Tally 2, Aley 2, Grace 1, Amey with Dite Howl 12…
+ Agnes D
Female

Census Jacksons Plantation December 1771 List of Slaves Belonging to George Washington & John Parke Custis, December 1771

An Inventory of the Negro’s belonging to G. Washington & J. P. Custis As given in by the respective Overseers after the death of Mr Joseph Valentine in the Month of Decr 1771… [York County] &ca Female Hannah 27, Dinah 35, Nanny 30, Cuz 15, Grace 14, Eaby 17, Phoebe 13, Aggy 11, 9.…
+ Alce
Female

Slave Value New Kent County October 1759 Assignment of the Widow's Dower, ca 1759

Negroes pr Appraisment ... In New Kent [Column 1] Anthony £20 & wife Betty 25 £55, Will 40, George 40 }, Doll 30 }, Lucy 25 }, Peter 20 }, Alce 12 }, } Dolls Childn [Colulmn 2] 15, Phillis 50, Duke 40, Scomberg 30, Prince 10 … £ 367
+ Alce
Female

Laborer
Slave Value Moncock Hill October 1759 Assignment of the Widow's Dower, ca 1759

Negroes pr Appraisment…in Hanover... [column 1] Matt 45, Sam 45, Sarah 30, Moll 35, Jenny 40, Morris 25, Bob 25, ... [column 2] John 20, Paul 23, Patrick 15, Davy 12, Alce 25, Jenny 8, Kitt 40 …
+ Alce
Female

Provisions December 1782 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To Do Do [Benjamin Shreve] Do [for a hat] for Alice ..12..0
+ Alce
Female

Provisions December 1782 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Do [Ben Shrieve] a Hatt for Alice ..12..[0]
+ Alce
Female

Comment Mount Vernon May 05, 1787 Invoice from Dr. James Craik, 24 June 1789

To Laying open an Abcess on Alice's childs Neck
+ Alce
Female

Payment to Slave Mount Vernon July 25, 1792 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Alice for 1 dozen Do [Chickens] ..5..[0]
+ Alce
Female

Payment to Slave Mount Vernon June 1794 Manager Ledger (William Pearce), 1794-1797

By ditto [Cash] paid Ailse pr. [per] ditto [dozen Chickens] 0..6..0
+ Alce
Female

Health Mount Vernon April 12, 1799 Invoice from Dr. Robert H. Wade, 16 April 1799

[To] bleeding & medicine for Alice ..2..6
+ Alce A
Female

Health Muddy Hole November 06, 1791 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Mrs Eithy (Midwife) pd her for delivering Caroline at the Mansn House & Darcus at Muddy Hole each 10/ 1..[0]..[0]
+ Alce A
Female

Census Muddy Hole June 1799 Negroes Belonging to George Washington in his own Right and by Marriage, June 1799

+ Alce B
Female

Cultivator of the Soil
Provisions Muddy Hole 1774 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To Do [Clothes] Else a Girl 1 shift
+ Alce B
Female

Laborer
Census Muddy Hole February 18, 1786 Diary Entry, 18 February 1786

+ Alce B
Female

Laborer
Provisions Muddy Hole April 1786 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce B
Female

Laborer
Provisions Muddy Hole November 09, 1786 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce B
Female

Laborer
Provisions Muddy Hole 1787 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce B
Female

Laborer
Provisions Muddy Hole December 22, 1787 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce B
Female

Census Muddy Hole April 1788 List of Taxable Property in Truro Parish, 1788

Blacks above 12 years of age … [column 3] Billy undr 16, Joe Do [under 16], Christopher Do [under 16], Cyrus Do [under 16], Uriah Do [under 16], Godferry Do [under 16], Sinah Do [under 16], Mima Do [under 16], Lylla Do [under 16], Oney Do [under 16], Anna Do [under 16], Beck Do [under 16], Virgin Do [under 16], Patt Do [under 16], Will, Will, Charles, Gabriel, Jupiter, Nanney 1st, Kate, Sarah, Alice, Nanny 2d …
+ Alce B
Female

Laborer
Provisions Muddy Hole 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce B
Female

Laborer
Provisions Muddy Hole January 24, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce B
Female

Laborer
Provisions Muddy Hole July 04, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce B
Female

Laborer
Provisions Muddy Hole July 11, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce B
Female

Laborer
Provisions Muddy Hole November 07, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce B
Female

Laborer
Provisions Muddy Hole November 10, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce B
Female

Health Muddy Hole December 22, 1789 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Mrs Darcus Parker pd [paid] her the Ball. [Balance] of her acct [account] £3.0.0 as stated in the Cash acct [account] 15th Augt [August] also £2.10.0 being in full of all demands for delivering the following Women - viz. - Caroline at Mansn [Mansion] House Lucy at Frenches Lucy at D: [Dogue] Rug [Run] Alice & Amy at My [Muddy] Hole 5..10..[0]
+ Alce B
Female

Laborer
Provisions Muddy Hole January 16, 1790 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce B
Female

Nurse
Health Muddy Hole July 10, 1790 Farm Reports, 10 July 1790

By Sickness Pegg in child bed 6 days - Alice tendg [tending] her 1 [day] – Will sick, 6 Do. [days] 13 [days]
+ Alce B
Female

Provisions Muddy Hole November 05, 1790 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce B
Female

Provisions Muddy Hole 1791 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce B
Female

Provisions Muddy Hole January 15, 1791 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce B
Female

Provisions Muddy Hole July 09, 1791 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce B
Female

Health Muddy Hole July 30, 1791 Farm Reports, 30 July 1791

By Sickness Alice 3 days 3 [Days]
+ Alce B
Female

Laborer
Provisions Muddy Hole 1792 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce B
Female

Provisions Muddy Hole December 1792 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce B
Female

Health Muddy Hole August 03, 1793 Farm Reports, 3 August 1793

By sickness, Peggy 6 and Alice 6
+ Alce B
Female

Health Muddy Hole May 30, 1795 Farm Reports, 30 May 1795

By Sickness Will 6 days Ailse 1 day
+ Alce B
Female

Health Muddy Hole January 07, 1797 Farm Reports, 7 January 1797

[Sick] Elsey 2 [days]
+ Alce B
Female

Health Muddy Hole May 06, 1797 Farm Reports, 6 May 1797

[Sick] Alsey 3 [days]
+ Alce B
Female

Health Muddy Hole December 09, 1797 Farm Reports, 9 December 1797

Alsey 3 days
+ Alce B
Female

Cultivator of the Soil
Census Muddy Hole June 1799 Negroes Belonging to George Washington in his own Right and by Marriage, June 1799

+ Alce C
Female

Health Mansion House 1771 Ledger A, 1750-1772

By your Wifes [Susanna Bishop] delivering House Alce ..10..[0]
+ Alce C
Female

House Servant
Census Mansion House June 14, 1771 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1771

A List of Tythables—in Truro Parish—Fairfax County—given in 14th June 1771. George Washington, Lund Washington ... [house servants] Breechy, Billy, Giles, Frank, Herculas, Frank, Doll, Jenny, Betty, Moll, Sarah, Sall, Winney, Sue, Kitt, Alce ...
+ Alce C
Female

House Servant
Health Mansion House December 1771 Ledger A, 1750-1772

To Cash pd [paid] your Wife delivg [delivering] House Alce ..10..[0]
+ Alce C
Female

Health Mansion House December 21, 1771 Ledger A, 1750-1772

By Susanna Bishop - delivg [delivering] House Alce ..10..[0]
+ Alce C
Female

House Servant
Census Mansion House June 10, 1772 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1772

A List of Tythables—in Truro Parish Fairfax County—June 10 1772. Geo: Washington, Lund Washington ... [house servants] Breechy, Will, Frank, Giles, Herculas, Doll, Jenny, Betty, Moll, Sall, Alice, Sarah...
+ Alce C
Female

House Servant
Census Mansion House June 09, 1773 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1773

A List of Tithables—in—Truro Parish Fairfax County—9th June 1773. Geo: Washington, Lund Washington ... [House servants] Breechy, Will, Frank, Giles, Herculas, Doll, Jenny, Betty, Moll, Sall, Alice, Lucy, Sarah, Alice...
+ Alce C
Female

House Servant
Provisions Mansion House 1774 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To [Cloths] for women, Sall, Betty, Moll, Else, Jeany, Else, Charlote
+ Alce C
Female

House Servant
Census Mansion House July 1774 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1774

A List of Tithables—in Truro Parish Fairfax County—July 1774. George Washington, Jno. Parke Custis, Lund Washington ...[House Servants] Breechy, Will, Frank, Giles, Herculas, Joe, Nell, Doll, Jenny, Betty, Moll, Sall, Alice, Sarah, Alice. …
+ Alce C
Female

House Servant
Health Mansion House December 1774 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By your Wife [Susannah Bishop] - laying House Alice ..10..[0]
+ Alce C
Female

Health Mount Vernon December 11, 1774 Ledger B, 1772-1793

To Ditto [Cash] for his Wife [Susannah Bishop] ..10..[0]
+ Alce C
Female

Health Mount Vernon December 11, 1774 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Ditto [Cash] pd [paid] Thos [Thomas] Bishop for his wife [Susannah Bishop] ..10..0
+ Alce C
Female

Health Mount Vernon December 11, 1774 Cash Memorandum, 1774-1775

By Cash pd[paid] Thos[Thomas] Bishop for his Wifes[Susannah] delivg[delivering] Ho. [House] Alice 10 Shillings
+ Alce C
Female

Health Mansion House September 27, 1776 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Mrs Bishop for laying Kitty & Alice 1..[0]..[0]
+ Alce C
Female

Health Mansion House September 27, 1776 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To Mrs Bishup for Laying Kitty & Alice 1..0..0
+ Alce C
Female

Comment Mount Vernon April 22, 1778 Letter from Lund Washington, 22 April 1778

We have some of our people sick, among them is Ariana a child of Alice’s who I believe must Die—worms I believe is the cause of its illness the others not Bad
+ Alce C
Female

Health Mansion House April 16, 1779 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To Mrs Bishop for Laying Betty @ the Ferry Sall, and Alice Home House and Jone D. [Dogue] Run 6..0..0
+ Alce C
Female

Health Mount Vernon April 16, 1779 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Mrs Bishop for Delivering 4 Negroes 6..[0]..[0]
+ Alce C
Female

Health Mansion House April 28, 1784 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To Mrs Bishop for Diliverg [Delivering] Peg of Md [Muddy] Hole & Alice Home House 1..0..0
+ Alce C
Female

Health Mount Vernon April 28, 1784 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Mrs Bishop for Delivering 2 Negroe Women 1..[0]..[0]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Census Mansion House February 18, 1786 Diary Entry, 18 February 1786

+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Provisions Mount Vernon December 15, 1786 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Provisions Mansion House 1787 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce C
Female

Provisions Mansion House June 1787 Mount Vernon Store Book, 1787

A shift to the following slaves Betty, Doll, Jenny, Kitty, Alice, lame Alice, Myrtilla, Dorchise, Sall, Sall Brass
+ Alce C
Female

Census Mansion House April 1788 List of Taxable Property in Truro Parish, 1788

Blacks above 12 years of age ... [column 2] Simms, Joe 2d, Jack 1st, Bristol, Peter 1st, Peter 2d, Scumburg (past labor), Frank, Jack 2d, Betty (past service), Doll, Jenney, Charlotte, Sall, Caroline, Sall Bass, Dorchia, Alice, Myrtilla, Kitty, Moll…
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Provisions Mansion House July 1788 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Provisions Mansion House November 28, 1788 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Provisions Mansion House November 29, 1788 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Provisions Mansion House January 01, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Provisions Mansion House February 01, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Provisions Mansion House July 11, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Provisions Mansion House November 07, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Provisions Mansion House November 05, 1790 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce C
Female

Health Mansion House December 23, 1790 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Mrs Darcus Parker pd [paid] her in full of all demands for delivering the following Women - Cornelia - Agnes - & Alice - at River Plantn [Plantation] - Doll - Fanny - Rachael - & Lucy - at the Ferry - Grace - Charity - Siller & Betty Davis - at Dogue Run - Molly - Peg & Nancy - at Muddy hole - Kitty & Alice - at the Mansn [Mansion] House in all 16 - @ 10/ 8..[0]..[0]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Provisions Mansion House 1791 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Provisions Mansion House 1792 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Provisions Mansion House November 04, 1792 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Provisions Mansion House December 1792 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House January 12, 1793 Farm Reports, 12 January 1793

By Alice do [spinning] 1 ½ pd. [pounds] of Stocking Yarn By Klaning Hog 2 days
+ Alce C
Female

Laborer
Farm Work Mansion House January 12, 1793 Farm Reports, 12 January 1793

By Alice do [spinning] 1 ½ pd. [pounds] of Stocking Yarn By Klaning Hog 2 days
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House February 16, 1793 Farm Reports, 16 February 1793

By Alsce Spinning 1 pd. [pound] of Stocking Yarn & Shoe thread 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House March 16, 1793 Farm Reports, 17 March 1793

By Alsce do [spinning] 2 pd [pounds] of Stocking Yarn & Sewing Thread 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House March 23, 1793 Farm Reports, 23 March 1793

By Alsce do [spinning] Sown & Shoe maker Thread 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House July 27, 1793 Farm Reports, 27 July 1793

By Alsce do [Spinning] 6 pd [pounds] of do [yarn] 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House August 03, 1793 Farm Reports, 3 August 1793

By Alsee Spinning 6 pd [pounds] of Yarn 6 [Days]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House August 10, 1793 Farm Reports, 10 August 1793

By Alsce Spinning 6 pd [pounds] of Yarn 6 days
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House August 31, 1793 Farm Reports, 31 August 1793

By Alice Spinning 6 pd [pounds] of Yarn 6 days
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House December 28, 1793 Farm Reports, 28 December 1793

By Alice do [Spinning] 3 pd [pounds] of yarn 3 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House February 08, 1794 Farm Reports, 8 February 1794

By Alice do [spinning] 6 pd of do [yarn] 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House May 31, 1794 Farm Reports, 31 May 1794

By Alice do [Spinning] 4 pd of do [yarn] 4 days & 2 days making soap
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House August 30, 1794 Farm Reports, 30 August 1794

By Alce do [Spinning] 6 pd of do [Yarn] 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House November 01, 1794 Farm Reports, 1 November 1794

By Alice do [Spinning] 6 pd of do [yarn] 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House November 08, 1794 Farm Reports, 8 November 1794

By Alice do [spinning] 6 pd of do [yarn] 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House February 14, 1795 Farm Reports, 14 February 1795

By Alsce do [spinning] 6 pd of do [tow yarn] 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House February 21, 1795 Farm Reports, 21 February 1795

By Alsce do [spinning] 6 pd of do [tow yarn] 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House May 30, 1795 Farm Reports, 30 May 1795

By Alsce do [spinning] 5 pd of do [yarn] 5 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House July 11, 1795 Farm Reports, 11 July 1795

By Alsce do [spinning] 6 pd of do [yarn] 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House July 18, 1795 Farm Reports, 18 July 1795

By Alsce do [spinning] 4 pd of do [stocking yarn] 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House December 05, 1795 Farm Reports, 5 December 1795

By Alice do [spinning] 6 pd of do [yarn] 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House December 19, 1795 Farm Reports, 19 December 1795

By Alsie do [Spinning] 6 pd of do [yarn] 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House January 16, 1796 Farm Reports, 16 January 1796

By Alice do [spinning] 6 pd of do [thread] 6 [Days]
+ Alce C
Female

Health Mansion House April 16, 1796 Farm Reports, 16 April 1796

Alice in Child Bead 6 days
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House July 30, 1796 Farm Reports, 30 July 1796

By Alsey do [Spinning] 6 pd of do [yarn] 6 [Days]
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House October 22, 1796 Farm Reports, 22 October 1796

By Alice Sowing 6 suit of Clothes 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House November 12, 1796 Farm Reports, 12 November 1796

By Alice do [Spinning] 6 pd of do [yarn] 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House November 19, 1796 Farm Reports, 19 November 1796

By Alsie do [Spinning] 6 pd of do [yarn] 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House January 07, 1797 Farm Reports, 7 January 1797

By Alse Spinning 6 Lib. of Yarn 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House January 14, 1797 Farm Reports, 14 January 1797

Alsey [spinning] 3 [lb] of Tow [yarn]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House January 21, 1797 Farm Reports, 20 January 1797

Alsy Do [Spinning] 4 Lib. [pounds] of Ditto [Tow Yarn] 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House January 28, 1797 Farm Reports, 28 January 1797

Elsy [spinning] 5 Lib. Do [Tow] yarn 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House February 04, 1797 Farm Reports, 4 February 1797

By Alse Spinning 5 Lib. [lb] of Tow yarn 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House February 11, 1797 Farm Reports, 11 February 1797

Alsey do [spinning] 5 lb. do do [Tow Yarn] 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House February 18, 1797 Farm Reports, 18 February 1797

Alsey [Spinning] 5 lb. do [Tow Yarn] 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House February 25, 1797 Farm Reports, 25 February 1797

Alsey [Spinning] 5 do [Tow Yarn] 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House March 04, 1797 Farm Reports, 4 March 1797

Alsey [Spinning] 5 do do [pounds Tow Yarn] 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House March 11, 1797 Farm Reports, 11 March 1797

By Alice do [spinning] 5 pd of do [Tow Yarn] 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Health Mansion House March 18, 1797 Farm Reports, 18 March 1797

[ By ickness] Alice 6 days
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House March 25, 1797 Farm Reports, 25 March 1797

Alley Sewing of 9 Shirts 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House April 01, 1797 Farm Reports, 1 April 1797

Alsey Sewing 9 do [sewing Shirts] 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House April 08, 1797 Farm Reports, 8 April 1797

Alsey Sewing 3 [shirts] 2 days & [[in the House] 4 [days]]
+ Alce C
Female

Laborer
House Work Mansion House April 08, 1797 Farm Reports, 8 April 1797

Alsey [Sewing 3 [shirts] 2 days] & in the House 4 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House April 15, 1797 Farm Reports, 15 April 1797

Alsey Sewing 9 do [Shirts] 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House April 22, 1797 Farm Reports, 22 April 1797

[Betsey Davis Sewing 8 Shirts,] and Alsey 8 Shirts 5 [days] each
+ Alce C
Female

House Servant
House Work Mansion House April 29, 1797 Farm Reports, 29 April 1797

Alsey working in the House 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House May 06, 1797 Farm Reports, 6 May 1797

Alsey [Spinning] 1 do [lb. Woolen Yarn] &[Working in the House] 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

House Servant
House Work Mansion House May 06, 1797 Farm Reports, 6 May 1797

[Alsey [Spinning] 1 do [lb. Woolen Yarn]] &Working in the House 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

House Servant
House Work Mansion House May 13, 1797 Farm Reports, 13 May 1797

Alse Do [working in the house] 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

House Servant
House Work Mansion House May 20, 1797 Farm Reports, 20 May 1797

Do [working in the house] 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

House Servant
House Work Mansion House May 27, 1797 Farm Reports, 27 May 1797

Alsey do [Working in the House] 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House June 03, 1797 Farm Reports, 3 June 1797

Alsey [Spinning] 3 lb. do [??] [Flax Yarn] [and in the house] 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

House Servant
Textile Work Mansion House June 03, 1797 Farm Reports, 3 June 1797

[Alsey [Spinning] 3 lb. do [??] [Flax Yarn]] and in the house 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House June 10, 1797 Farm Reports, 10 June 1797

Alsee Do [spinning] 2 Lib. of Do [Flax yarn][and work in the house] 5 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

House Servant
House Work Mansion House June 10, 1797 Farm Reports, 10 June 1797

Alsee Do [spinning] 2 Lib. of Do [Flax yarn][and work in the house] 5 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House June 17, 1797 Farm Reports, 17 June 1797

A[l]see [spinning] 3 Lib. of Do [Tow Yarn] and [in the House] 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

House Servant
Textile Work Mansion House June 17, 1797 Farm Reports, 17 June 1797

A[l]see [[spinning] 3 Lib. of Do] [Tow Yarn] and in the House 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

House Servant
Textile Work Mansion House June 24, 1797 Farm Reports, 24 June 1797

Alsee Do [working in the House] 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

House Servant
Reassignment Mansion House July 01, 1797 Farm Reports, 1 July 1797

Alsee Do [working in the house] 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

House Servant
Reassignment Mansion House July 08, 1797 Farm Reports, 8 July 1797

Alssee working in the House 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

House Servant
Reassignment Mansion House July 15, 1797 Farm Reports, 15 July 1797

Alsee working at the house 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House July 22, 1797 Farm Reports, 22 July 1797

Alsee Do [Spinning] 5½ Lib. of Do [wool Yarn] 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House July 29, 1797 Farm Reports, 29 July 1797

Alsee Do [Spinning] 5½ Lib. [wool yarn]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House August 05, 1797 Farm Reports, 5 August 1797

Alsee Do [spinning] 6 Lib. of Do [Wool Yarn] 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House August 12, 1797 Farm Reports, 12 August 1797

Alsee Do [Spinning] 3 Lib. [pounds] of Do [Wool yarn] 3 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Health Mansion House August 12, 1797 Farm Reports, 12 August 1797

Sickness Alsee 3 days
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House August 19, 1797 Farm Reports, 19 August 1797

Alsee Do [Spinning] 6 Lib. of Do [Wool Yarn]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House August 26, 1797 Farm Reports, 26 August 1797

Alsee Do [Spinning] 5½ Lib. of Do [Wool Yarn]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House September 03, 1797 Farm Reports, 3 September 1797

Alsee Do [Spinning] 6 Lib. of Do [Wool Yarn]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House September 09, 1797 Farm Reports, 10 September 1797

Alsee Do [Spinning] 6 Lib. of Do [Wool Yarn]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House September 16, 1797 Farm Reports, 16 September 1797

Alsey [Spinning] 6 of do [Wool into Yarn]
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House September 23, 1797 Farm Reports, 23 September 1797

Alsey Sewing 4 Suits of Cloths
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House September 30, 1797 Farm Reports, 30 September 1797

Alsey sowing 6 Suits of Cloaths
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House October 07, 1797 Farm Reports, 7 October 1797

Alsey Sowing 6 suits of Cloaths
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House October 14, 1797 Farm Reports, 21 October 1797

[Omitted in the previous week] Alsey sewed 6 Suits of Cloths 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House October 21, 1797 Farm Reports, 21 October 1797

Alsey sewing to Suits Cloaths 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House October 28, 1797 Farm Reports, 28 October 1797

Alsey Sewed Six Suits of Cloths
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House November 04, 1797 Farm Reports, 4 November 1797

Alsey Sewing 6 Suits Cloath
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House November 11, 1797 Farm Reports, 11 November 1797

Alsey sewing 6 Suits Cloaths
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House November 18, 1797 Farm Reports, 18 November 1797

Alsey Sewing 6 Suits Cloaths
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House November 25, 1797 Farm Reports, 25 November 1797

Alsey sewing 11 pr [pairs] Britches
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House December 03, 1797 Farm Reports, 3 December 1797

Alsey Sewing 6 Suits Cloaths
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House December 09, 1797 Farm Reports, 9 December 1797

Alsey Sewing [Spinning] 6 Suits Cloaths
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House December 16, 1797 Farm Reports, 16 December 1797

Alsey Sewing 4 Suits Cloathes 4 Attending her Sick Husband 2
+ Alce C
Female

Nurse
Health Mansion House December 16, 1797 Farm Reports, 16 December 1797

Alsey Sewing 4 Suits Cloathes 4 Attending her Sick Husband 2
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House January 27, 1798 Farm Reports, 27 January 1798

Alsey Sewing for Mrs Washington 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House February 04, 1798 Farm Reports, 4 February 1798

Alsey Spining 6 lb. [pound] do [Wool] 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House February 10, 1798 Farm Reports, 10 February 1798 (Addendum)

Alsey [spinning] 6 lb. [pound] wool 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House March 24, 1798 Farm Reports, 24 March 1798

Sewers Alice making 9 Shirts 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House March 31, 1798 Farm Reports, 31 March 1798

[By] Alice making 9 shirts 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Soapmaker
Reassignment Mansion House April 07, 1798 Farm Reports, 7 April 1798

Alice making Soap 6 ds [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House April 14, 1798 Farm Reports, 14 April 1798

Alice Sewing 6 ds. [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House April 21, 1798 Farm Reports, 21 April 1798

Alice Sewing making 9 shirts 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House April 28, 1798 Farm Reports, 28 April 1798

Alice do [Sewing] 9 Shirts 6 ds. [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House May 05, 1798 Farm Reports, 5 May 1798

Alice [sewing] 9 do [shirts] 6 days
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House May 12, 1798 Farm Reports, 12 May 1798

Alice making shirts 5 days
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House May 19, 1798 Farm Reports, 19 May 1798

Alice do [making] 9 do [shirts] 6 ds [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House May 26, 1798 Farm Reports, 26 May 1798

Alice making 9 shirts 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House June 02, 1798 Farm Reports, 2 June 1798

Alice making 12 shifts 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House June 16, 1798 Farm Reports, 16 June 1798

Alice do [sewing] 12 shifts 6 ds. [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House June 23, 1798 Farm Reports, 23 June 1798

Alice sewing 12 shifts 6 ds [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House June 30, 1798 Farm Reports, 30 June 1798

Alice making 12 shifts 6 days
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House July 07, 1798 Farm Reports, 7 July 1798

Alise Sewing 12 Shifts 6 ds [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House July 14, 1798 Farm Reports, 14 July 1798

Alice 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House July 21, 1798 Farm Reports, 21 July 1798

Alice Sewing 6 do [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House July 28, 1798 Farm Reports, 28 July 1798

Alice sewg 6 ds. [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House August 04, 1798 Farm Reports, 4 August 1798

Alice sewg 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House August 11, 1798 Farm Reports, 11 August 1798

Alice sewing 6 ds. [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Health Mansion House August 18, 1798 Farm Reports, 18 August 1798

Alice in Child bed 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Health Mansion House August 25, 1798 Farm Reports, 25 August 1798

Alice in Child bed 6 ds. [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Health Mansion House September 01, 1798 Farm Reports, 1 September 1798

Alice in Child bed 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House September 08, 1798 Farm Reports, 8 September 1798

Alice Sewg 6 days
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House September 15, 1798 Farm Reports, 15 September 1798

Alice Sewing 6 Suits Clothes, 6 ds. [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House September 22, 1798 Farm Reports, 22 September 1798

Alice making 6 suits clothes
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House September 29, 1798 Farm Reports, 29 September 1798

Alice sewing 6 days
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House October 06, 1798 Farm Reports, 6 October 1798

Alice sewing 6 su. [suits]
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House October 13, 1798 Farm Reports, 13 October 1798

Alice Sewing 6 Suits
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House October 20, 1798 Farm Reports, 20 October 1798

Alice do [sewing] 6 suits
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House October 27, 1798 Farm Reports, 27 October 1798

Alice Sewg 6 Suits
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House November 03, 1798 Farm Reports, 3 November 1798

Alice do [sewing] 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House November 10, 1798 Farm Reports, 10 November 1798

Alice Sewing 6 do [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House November 17, 1798 Farm Reports, 17 November 1798

Alice Sewing
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House November 24, 1798 Farm Reports, 24 November 1798

Alice Sewing
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House December 01, 1798 Farm Reports, 1 December 1798

Alice Sewing bags
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House December 08, 1798 Farm Reports, 8 December 1798

Alice Sewing
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House December 15, 1798 Farm Reports, 15 December 1798

Alice Sewing
+ Alce C
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House January 26, 1799 Farm Reports, 26 January 1799

Alice sewing 6 [days]
+ Alce C
Female

Spinner
Census Mansion House June 1799 Negroes Belonging to George Washington in his own Right and by Marriage, June 1799

+ Alce D
Female

Census River Farm March 1785 List of Taxable Property, Fairfax Parish, 1785

A List of Genl [General] Washingtons taxable property in Fairfax Parish March 17<85>…Under 16 years old…Fany, Cornelius, Billy, Ben, Joe, Moses, Ned, Peter, Daniel, Natt, Hugh, Rose, Synthia, Jenny, Betty, Lucy, Dorthy, Phebe, Daphne, Alice, Doll…
+ Alce D
Female

Laborer
Census River Farm February 18, 1786 Diary Entry, 18 February 1786

+ Alce D
Female

Laborer
Provisions River Farm April 1786 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce D
Female

Laborer
Provisions River Farm November 12, 1786 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce D
Female

Laborer
Provisions River Farm 1787 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce D
Female

Census River Farm April 1788 List of Taxable Property in Fairfax Parish, 1788

Blacks above 12 years of age…[column 4]…Hannah, Cornelia, Lidya, Esther, Cloe, Fanny, Alice. Under 16 …
+ Alce D
Female

Cultivator of the Soil
Farm Work Mansion House June 24, 1788 Diary Entry, 24 June 1788

In the Neck...all (except Ben who was left to Sow Pease, as the ground could be prepared—Lydia for the purpose of Milking, & Will because he was unable to walk and all 3 to weed the Pease in hills) came to the New ground at the Mansn. House.
+ Alce D
Female

Laborer
Provisions River Farm July 1788 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce D
Female

Laborer
Provisions River Farm November 10, 1788 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce D
Female

Laborer
Provisions River Farm July 11, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce D
Female

Laborer
Provisions River Farm November 07, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce D
Female

Laborer
Provisions River Farm January 16, 1790 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce D
Female

Plougher
Provisions River Farm November 05, 1790 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce D
Female

Health River Farm December 23, 1790 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Mrs Darcus Parker pd [paid] her in full of all demands for delivering the following Women - Cornelia - Agnes - & Alice - at River Plantn [Plantation] - Doll - Fanny - Rachael - & Lucy - at the Ferry - Grace - Charity - Siller & Betty Davis - at Dogue Run - Molly - Peg & Nancy - at Muddy hole - Kitty & Alice - at the Mansn [Mansion] House in all 16 - @ 10/ 8..[0]..[0]
+ Alce D
Female

Plougher
Provisions River Farm 1791 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce D
Female

Plougher
Provisions River Farm 1792 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce D
Female

Plougher
Provisions River Farm November 04, 1792 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce D
Female

Health River Farm November 08, 1794 Farm Reports, 8 November 1794

By Sickness Alie 6 Carter Ben 1
+ Alce D
Female

Health River Farm October 28, 1797 Farm Reports, 28 October 1797

[Sick] Alsey 4 [days]
+ Alce D
Female

Health River Farm November 04, 1797 Farm Reports, 4 November 1797

Alsey in Child bed 6 days
+ Alce D
Female

Health River Farm November 04, 1797 Farm Reports, 11 November 1797

Alsey in Child bed
+ Alce D
Female

Health River Farm November 18, 1797 Farm Reports, 18 November 1797

Sick Old Ben 6, Caster Ben 1 & Alsey in Child bed 6 days
+ Alce D
Female

Health River Farm October 11, 1798 Manager Ledger (James Anderson), 1797-1798

[By] Negroe Nell Mrs. Masons for delivery of 5 Negroe Women, sometime ago, Caroline, Sall, Bett, Alsey R. [River] Farm & Grace Union Farm $2 each [$] 10
+ Alce D
Female

Cultivator of the Soil
Census River Farm June 1799 Negroes Belonging to George Washington in his own Right and by Marriage, June 1799

+ Alce E
Female

Health River Farm February 25, 1797 Farm Reports, 25 February 1797

[Sick] Cornelia do [in Child bed] 6 [days]
+ Alce E
Female

Health River Farm March 04, 1797 Farm Reports, 4 March 1797

Sick Agnes & Cornelia in Childbed 12 [days]
+ Alce E
Female

Health River Farm March 11, 1797 Farm Reports, 11 March 1797

& Cornelia in do [Childbed] 6 [days]
+ Alce E
Female

Health River Farm March 18, 1797 Farm Reports, 18 March 1797

Cornilia in Child bed 6 days
+ Alce E
Female

Health River Farm November 25, 1797 Farm Reports, 25 November 1797

Sick. Old Ben 6, Bett 6 & Alsey 6 days
+ Alce E
Female

Health River Farm November 25, 1797 Farm Reports, 25 November 1797

Sick. Old Ben 6, Bett 6 & Alsey 6 days
+ Alce E
Female

Census River Farm June 1799 Negroes Belonging to George Washington in his own Right and by Marriage, June 1799

+ Alce F
Female

Health Mansion House 1771 Ledger A, 1750-1772

By yr [your] Wife's [Susanna Bishop] bringing Lame Alce to Bed ..10..[0]
+ Alce F
Female

Health Mansion House February 02, 1771 Ledger A, 1750-1772

To Cash paid yr [your] Wife [Susanna Bishop] ..10..[0]
+ Alce F
Female

Health Mount Vernon February 02, 1771 Ledger A, 1750-1772

By Susanna Bishop ..10..[0]
+ Alce F
Female

House Servant
Census Mansion House June 09, 1773 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1773

A List of Tithables—in—Truro Parish Fairfax County—9th June 1773. Geo: Washington, Lund Washington ... [House servants] Breechy, Will, Frank, Giles, Herculas, Doll, Jenny, Betty, Moll, Sall, Alice, Lucy, Sarah, Alice...
+ Alce F
Female

House Servant
Provisions Mansion House 1774 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To [Cloths] for women, Sall, Betty, Moll, Else, Jeany, Else, Charlote
+ Alce F
Female

House Servant
Census Mansion House July 1774 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1774

A List of Tithables—in Truro Parish Fairfax County—July 1774. George Washington, Jno. Parke Custis, Lund Washington ...[House Servants] Breechy, Will, Frank, Giles, Herculas, Joe, Nell, Doll, Jenny, Betty, Moll, Sall, Alice, Sarah, Alice. …
+ Alce F
Female

Health Mansion House November 27, 1777 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Mrs Bishop for Laying Lame Alice & Attending Mill Judah in a Miscarriage 1..[0]..[0]
+ Alce F
Female

Health Mansion House November 27, 1777 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To Mrs Bishop for Layg [Laying] Lame Alice & attendg Mill Judah in a Miscarriage 1..0..0
+ Alce F
Female

Health Mansion House May 15, 1782 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To Mrs Bishop for Layg [Laying] Susy & Jane of D. [Dogue] Run and Lame Alice H. [Home] House 1..10..0
+ Alce F
Female

Health Mount Vernon May 15, 1782 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Mrs Bishop 3 Negroe Women 1..10..[0]
+ Alce F
Female

Health Mount Vernon August 06, 1783 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Mrs Bishop for Delivering 5 Negroe Women 2..10..[0]
+ Alce F
Female

Health Mansion House August 06, 1783 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To Mrs Bishop for Diliverg [Delivering] Sarah of Md [Muddy] Hole Lucy of D. [Dogue] Run, Betty of the Ferry L. Alice H. House & Suky in the Neck 2..10..0
+ Alce F
Female

Health Mount Vernon September 30, 1785 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To Mrs Bishop, for Diliverg [Delivering] L. [Lame] Alice ..10..0
+ Alce F
Female

Health Mount Vernon September 30, 1785 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Mrs Bishop for Delivering Allice ..10..[0]
+ Alce F
Female

Seamstress
Census Mansion House February 18, 1786 Diary Entry, 18 February 1786

+ Alce F
Female

Seamstress
Provisions Mansion House December 1786 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce F
Female

Seamstress
Provisions Mansion House December 09, 1786 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce F
Female

Seamstress
Provisions Mansion House 1787 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alce F
Female

Provisions Mansion House June 1787 Mount Vernon Store Book, 1787

A shift to the following slaves Betty, Doll, Jenny, Kitty, Alice, lame Alice, Myrtilla, Dorchise, Sall, Sall Brass
+ Alce F
Female

Health Mansion House September 1787 Mount Vernon Store Book, 1787

3 Do [bottles of rum] to Hercules to bury his wife by Mrs W's [Washington's] order
+ Alce G
Female

Census Brick House Plantation December 1771 List of Slaves Belonging to George Washington & John Parke Custis, December 1771

An Inventory of the Negro’s belonging to G. Washington & J. P. Custis As given in by the respective Overseers after the death of Mr Joseph Valentine in the Month of Decr 1771…[New Kent County] ...Hannah P[ast] L[abo]r, Nanny 50, Beck 40, Eleh 35, Arber 30, Eve 25, Crayger 25, Fanny <25>, Nell 20, Fran <16>, Suckey <15> Aggy 12, Moll 10, Dolly 6, Moll 6, Nan 3, Sibba 5, 2, Tally 2, Aley 2, Grace 1, Amey with Dite Howl 12…
+ Alce H
Female

Laborer
Census Mill Quarter December 1771 List of Slaves Belonging to George Washington & John Parke Custis, December 1771

An inventory of the Negro's belonging to G. Washington & J.P. Custis As given in by the respective Overseers after the death of Mr Joseph Valentine in the Month of Decr 1771 …Female Acka 30, 50, Cor 30, anny 85, Grace 55, Alice 25, Hannah 22, 20, eck 20, tt 19, 18, N 18, Amey 15, nny 15, S 13, 7, itt 7, ose 6, M 2Mths…
+ Alce I
Female

Laborer
Census Great House Plantation December 1771 List of Slaves Belonging to George Washington & John Parke Custis, December 1771

An Inventory of the Negro’s belonging to G. Washington & J. P. Custis As given in by the respective Overseers after the death of Mr Joseph Valentine in the Month of Decr 1771 York County House Plantation… Female Eaby 50, Betty 50, Dinah 30, Peg 30, Fanny 35, Peg 25, Peg 20, S 20, Alice 60, 15, Nan 10, Frank 10, Mary 9, Silvia 7, Harbour 5, Barbery 6, Lydia 3, A Child Month, Corneliar 70, Grace 60...…
+ Alce L
Female

Slave Sale Washington's Bottom October 05, 1786 Memorandum of the Sale of the Negroes at Washington's Bottom, 5 October 1786

Memorandum of the Sale of the Negores &c. at Washingtons Bottom Octr 5th 1786 Simon. To Bazil & Thomas Brown P Bond £100..0..[0] Joe. To Ephraim Douglass Esqr £81..0..[0] Allice. To Do Do [Ephraim Douglass Esqr] 70..15..[0] Dorcas. To Do Do [Ephraim Douglass Esqr] 13..15..[0] P Bond James Hammond Surety [Total] 165..10..[0] Lydia. To Peter Patterson & Thos Patterson surety 45..10..[0] Nance & Young Child. to James Hammond, Ephraim Douglass surety 80..5..[0] Tom & Charity The Twins. To Samuel Burns, William Sunderland Surety 27..10..[0] …Thomas Freeman
+ Alla A
Female

Health Mansion House September 27, 1776 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To Mrs Bishup for Laying Kitty & Alice 1..0..0
+ Alla A
Female

Health Mansion House September 27, 1776 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Mrs Bishop for laying Kitty & Alice 1..[0]..[0]
+ Alla A
Female

Comment Mount Vernon 1786 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alla A
Female

Census Mansion House February 18, 1786 Diary Entry, 18 February 1786

+ Alla A
Female

Provisions November 05, 1790 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alla A
Female

Provisions Mansion House 1791 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alla A
Female

Laborer
Provisions Mansion House 1792 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alla A
Female

Health Mansion House January 16, 1792 Letter from Anthony Whitting, 15 January 1792

my time has been very much taken up with the Sick people in preparing medicine & attending them. I have applyd to Dr. Craik & he has been down & I have frequently his directions. We have several now very sick - Beck at Ferry I think will not recover, Isaacs two Girls Mima & Ally are both very poorly & Young Boatswain is very Sick. Some of the others Sall at Dogue Run, Betty Davis, Delia at frenchs, Charlotte [and] Caroline &c [etcetera] are now better.
+ Alla A
Female

Health Mansion House January 22, 1792 Letter from Anthony Whitting, 22 January 1792

I sent Yesterday for Docr Craik who promised to Come down this Day but the Weather being very bad has I Guess prevented him. I sent him Becks Case as near as I was able & he sent some Medicine I am fearful She will not recover. Isaacs two Girls Mima & Ally are a little better Delia Frenchs & Doll at Ferry Continue very poorly And a Great many children are very bad with the Hooping Cough at every Qu[arte]r.
+ Alla A
Female

Laborer
Provisions Mansion House December 1792 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Alla A
Female

Health Mansion House August 03, 1793 Farm Reports, 3 August 1793

By sickness Patty 3, Ally 1 days
+ Alla A
Female

Health Mansion House August 10, 1793 Farm Reports, 10 August 1793

By Sickness Ally 2 [Days] 2 [Days]
+ Alla A
Female

Cultivator of the Soil
Farm Work Mansion House December 28, 1793 Farm Reports, 28 December 1793

By Sinah hackling Flax & thrashing oats, Mima & & Ally do Oats & the holy day's 18 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Unemployed
Farm Work Mansion House December 28, 1793 Farm Reports, 28 December 1793

By Sinah hackling Flax & thrashing oats, Mima & & Ally do Oats & the holy day's 18 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Health Mansion House February 01, 1794 Farm Reports, 1 February 1794

By Sickness Sam 6 days alley 2 days
+ Alla A
Female

Health Mansion House February 08, 1794 Farm Reports, 8 February 1794

Sickness Sam 6 days ally 5 days
+ Alla A
Female

Health Mansion House May 31, 1794 Farm Reports, 31 May 1794

By Sickness ally 6 days
+ Alla A
Female

Health Mansion House June 21, 1794 Farm Reports, 21 June 1794

Sickness ally 6 d.
+ Alla A
Female

Health Mansion House August 30, 1794 Farm Reports, 30 August 1794

By Sickness Sam 4 days Ally 6 days Mima 6 days
+ Alla A
Female

Health Mansion House November 08, 1794 Farm Reports, 8 November 1794

By Sickness alley 6 Gunner 6 & Mima 6 days
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House May 30, 1795 Farm Reports, 30 May 1795

By Alla do [knitting] 1 ½ Stocking
+ Alla A
Female

Health Mansion House July 11, 1795 Farm Reports, 11 July 1795

By Sieckness Lam Ally – 6 days
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House July 18, 1795 Farm Reports, 18 July 1795

By Lam Ally 1 pear of do [stocking] 6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House December 05, 1795 Farm Reports, 5 December 1795

By Lam Ally do [Knitting] 1 pear do [Stockings] 6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House December 19, 1795 Farm Reports, 19 December 1795

By [Lame] Ally do [Knitting] 1 pear of do [Stocking] 6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House January 16, 1796 Farm Reports, 16 January 1796

By Ally do [Knitting] 1 pear of do [Stocking] 6 [Days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House April 16, 1796 Farm Reports, 16 April 1796

By Lam Ally do [Knitting] 3 stocking 6 [Days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House July 30, 1796 Farm Reports, 30 July 1796

By Lam Ally Knitting 2 pear of stocking 6 [Days]
+ Alla A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House October 22, 1796 Farm Reports, 22 October 1796

By Lam Ally do [spinning] 3 pd of do [yarn] 6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Health Mansion House November 12, 1796 Farm Reports, 12 November 1796

By Sieckness sall 6 days Matilda 6 days Doll 6 Ally 6 Caroline 1
+ Alla A
Female

Health Mansion House November 19, 1796 Farm Reports, 19 November 1796

By Sieckness Charlotte 6 days Dall 6 days Alley 6 days
+ Alla A
Female

Health Mansion House January 07, 1797 Farm Reports, 7 January 1797

Sick Alsy 6 Dys [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Health Mansion House January 21, 1797 Farm Reports, 20 January 1797

Sickness Lame Ally 6 Days
+ Alla A
Female

Health Mansion House January 28, 1797 Farm Reports, 28 January 1797

[Sickness] Lame Ally 6 days
+ Alla A
Female

Health Mansion House February 04, 1797 Farm Reports, 4 February 1797

Sickness Carolina 1 day Ane 2 days Betty Davis 4 Days Doll 6 days Matilda 6 Delia 6 Lame ally 6 days Dolsy 6 days 37 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Health Mansion House February 11, 1797 Farm Reports, 11 February 1797

[Sick] Alsey 6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House February 18, 1797 Farm Reports, 18 February 1797

Lame Alley [Knitting] 1 pr do [Stockings] 6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House February 25, 1797 Farm Reports, 25 February 1797

Lame Alley Knitting 2 pr Stockings
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House March 04, 1797 Farm Reports, 4 March 1797

Lame Alley Knitting 2 pair Stockings 6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House March 11, 1797 Farm Reports, 11 March 1797

By Lam[e] Ally Knitting 2 pear [pair] of Stocking 6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House March 18, 1797 Farm Reports, 18 March 1797

By Lam[e] Ally Knitting 2 pear [pair] of Stocking 6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House March 25, 1797 Farm Reports, 25 March 1797

Lame Alsey Knitting one pr Stockings 5 6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House April 01, 1797 Farm Reports, 1 April 1797

Lame Alley Knitting 2 pair Stockings 6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House April 08, 1797 Farm Reports, 8 April 1797

Lame Alley Knitting 2 pr Stockings 6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House April 15, 1797 Farm Reports, 15 April 1797

Lame Alley knitting 2 pair Stockings 6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House April 22, 1797 Farm Reports, 22 April 1797

Lame Alley Knitting one pair Stockings 5 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House April 29, 1797 Farm Reports, 29 April 1797

Lame Alley knitting 2 pairs of Stockings 6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House May 06, 1797 Farm Reports, 6 May 1797

Lame Alley knitting 2 pr of do [Stockings] 6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Health Mansion House May 13, 1797 Farm Reports, 13 May 1797

Sickness Lame Ally 6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House May 20, 1797 Farm Reports, 20 May 1797

Lame Ally Do one pr of Do [Stockings] 6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House May 27, 1797 Farm Reports, 27 May 1797

Lame Alley knitting 2 pr Stockings 6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House June 03, 1797 Farm Reports, 3 June 1797

Lame Alley [Knitting] 2 pr [pairs] do [Stockings] 6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House June 10, 1797 Farm Reports, 10 June 1797

Lame Ally one pr of Do [Stockings] 5 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House June 17, 1797 Farm Reports, 17 June 1797

Lame Ally [Knitting] 2 pr of Do [Stockings] 6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House June 24, 1797 Farm Reports, 24 June 1797

Lame Ally 2 pair of Do [stockings] 6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House July 01, 1797 Farm Reports, 1 July 1797

Lame Ally [Knitting] 1 pair of Ditto [Stockings] 6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House July 08, 1797 Farm Reports, 8 July 1797

Lame Ally Do [knitting] two pair of Stockings 6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House July 15, 1797 Farm Reports, 15 July 1797

Lame Ally Do [knitting] two pair of Stockings 6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House July 22, 1797 Farm Reports, 22 July 1797

Lame Ally Knitting 2 pair of Stockings 6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House July 29, 1797 Farm Reports, 29 July 1797

Lame Ally Knitting 2 pair of Stockings
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House August 05, 1797 Farm Reports, 5 August 1797

Lame Ally Knitting one pair of Stockings 3 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Health Mansion House August 05, 1797 Farm Reports, 5 August 1797

Sickness Lame Ally 3 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House August 12, 1797 Farm Reports, 12 August 1797

Lame Ally Knitting one pair of Stockings 3 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Health Mansion House August 12, 1797 Farm Reports, 12 August 1797

Sickness...Ally 3 days
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House August 19, 1797 Farm Reports, 19 August 1797

Lame Ally Knitting 2 pair of Stockings
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House August 26, 1797 Farm Reports, 26 August 1797

Lame Ally Knitting one pair Stockings
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House September 03, 1797 Farm Reports, 3 September 1797

Lame Ally Knitting one pair of Stockings
+ Alla A
Female

Health Mansion House September 03, 1797 Farm Reports, 3 September 1797

[Sickness] Ally 3 days
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House September 09, 1797 Farm Reports, 10 September 1797

Lame Ally Knitting one pair of Stockings
+ Alla A
Female

Health Mansion House September 09, 1797 Farm Reports, 10 September 1797

Lame Ally 3 days
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House September 16, 1797 Farm Reports, 16 September 1797

Lame Alley knitting & pr Stockings 3 days & Sick 3 days
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Health Mansion House September 16, 1797 Farm Reports, 16 September 1797

Lame Alley knitting & pr Stockings 3 days & Sick 3 days
+ Alla A
Female

Health Mansion House September 30, 1797 Farm Reports, 30 September 1797

Lame Alley Sick
+ Alla A
Female

Health Mansion House October 07, 1797 Farm Reports, 7 October 1797

Sick Annie 6 days, & Alley 6 days
+ Alla A
Female

Health Mansion House October 14, 1797 Farm Reports, 21 October 1797

[Omitted in the previous week] Lame Alley Sick 6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House October 21, 1797 Farm Reports, 21 October 1797

Lame Alley knitting 2 pr [pairs] do [Stockings] 6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House October 28, 1797 Farm Reports, 28 October 1797

Lame Alley 2 pr do [Stockings]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House November 04, 1797 Farm Reports, 4 November 1797

Lame Alley Knitt one pr do [Stockings]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House November 11, 1797 Farm Reports, 11 November 1797

Lame Alley knitted 2 pr Stockings
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House November 18, 1797 Farm Reports, 18 November 1797

Lame Alley Knitt one pair Stockg
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House November 25, 1797 Farm Reports, 25 November 1797

Lame Alley had no Yarn
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House December 03, 1797 Farm Reports, 3 December 1797

Alley Knitted 1 pr do
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House December 09, 1797 Farm Reports, 9 December 1797

Alley 1 pr do [Stockings]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
House Work Mansion House December 16, 1797 Farm Reports, 16 December 1797

Ally knitt 2 pr Do [Stockings]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House January 27, 1798 Farm Reports, 27 January 1798

Alley Knitting 2 pr [pair] Stockings 6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House February 04, 1798 Farm Reports, 4 February 1798

Lame Alley Knit 2 pr [pairs] Stockings & Lucey 2 pr [pairs] Do [Stockings] 12 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House February 10, 1798 Farm Reports, 10 February 1798 (Addendum)

Lame Alley Knitted one pr [pair] do [Stockings] 6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House February 18, 1798 Farm Reports, 18 February 1798

Lame Alsey [knitting] one pr [pair] do [Stockings] 6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House February 25, 1798 Farm Reports, 25 February 1798

Lame Alley [knitting] one pr [pair] do [Stockings] 6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House March 03, 1798 Farm Reports, 3 March 1798

Alley Knitt 2 pr [pair] do [Stockings] 6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House March 10, 1798 Farm Reports, 10 March 1798

Lame Alley Knitting 2 pr [pair] [Stockings] 6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Health Mansion House March 17, 1798 Farm Reports, 17 March 1798

Sick Alley 6 days
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House March 24, 1798 Farm Reports, 24 March 1798

By Anna knitting 2 pr [pairs] Stockings 6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House March 31, 1798 Farm Reports, 31 March 1798

[By] Anna Knitting 2 pr [pair] Stockings 6 ds. [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House April 07, 1798 Farm Reports, 7 April 1798

Anna [knitting] 2 do [pairs of stockings] 6 ds [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House April 14, 1798 Farm Reports, 14 April 1798

Anna do [knitting] 2 do [pair of stockings] 6ds. [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House April 21, 1798 Farm Reports, 21 April 1798

Alley do [Knitting] 2 pr Do [pairs of Stockings] 6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House April 28, 1798 Farm Reports, 28 April 1798

Alley Do [Knitting] 2 pr Do [pairs of Stockings] 6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House May 05, 1798 Farm Reports, 5 May 1798

Alley [knitting] 2 pr do [pairs of stockings] 6 days
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House May 12, 1798 Farm Reports, 12 May 1798

Alley knitting 1 pr. Stockings 5 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House May 19, 1798 Farm Reports, 19 May 1798

Ally [knitting] 2 do [pairs of stockings] 6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Health Mansion House May 26, 1798 Farm Reports, 26 May 1798

Alley sick 6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House June 02, 1798 Farm Reports, 2 June 1798

Alley do [knitting] 2 pr. do [pairs of stockings] 6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House June 16, 1798 Farm Reports, 16 June 1798

Alley 2 pr do [knitting 2 pairs of stockings] 6 ds. [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House June 23, 1798 Farm Reports, 23 June 1798

Alley do [knitting] 2 pr ditto [pairs of stockings] 6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House June 30, 1798 Farm Reports, 30 June 1798

Alley do [knitting] 2 pr [pairs of stockings] 6 days
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House July 07, 1798 Farm Reports, 7 July 1798

Alley do [knitting] 2 do [pairs of stockings] 6 ds [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House July 14, 1798 Farm Reports, 14 July 1798

Alley [knitting] 2 do [pairs of stockings] 6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House July 21, 1798 Farm Reports, 21 July 1798

Alley do [knitting] 2 pr do [stockings] 6 days
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House July 28, 1798 Farm Reports, 28 July 1798

Alley do [knitting] 2 do [pair of Stockings 6 ds.]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House August 04, 1798 Farm Reports, 4 August 1798

Alley [knitting] 2 do [pair of Stockings] 6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House August 11, 1798 Farm Reports, 11 August 1798

Ally do 2 ds. [knitting 2 pairs of stockings]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House August 18, 1798 Farm Reports, 18 August 1798

Alley [knitting] 2 do [pairs of stockings]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House August 25, 1798 Farm Reports, 25 August 1798

Alley [knitting] 2 pr do [stockings]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House September 01, 1798 Farm Reports, 1 September 1798

And Alley 2 d [knitting 2 pair of stockings for 6 days]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House September 08, 1798 Farm Reports, 8 September 1798

Alley do [knitting] 2 pr [pair of stockings] 6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Health Mansion House September 15, 1798 Farm Reports, 15 September 1798

Alley in Child bed 6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Health Mansion House September 22, 1798 Farm Reports, 22 September 1798

Alley sick 6 [day]s
+ Alla A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House September 29, 1798 Farm Reports, 29 September 1798

Alley do [sewing] 6 days
+ Alla A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House October 06, 1798 Farm Reports, 6 October 1798

Alley do [sewing 6 suits] 6 days
+ Alla A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House October 13, 1798 Farm Reports, 13 October 1798

Ally do [6 suits] Sewing
+ Alla A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House October 20, 1798 Farm Reports, 20 October 1798

Ally Sewing 6 suits clothes
+ Alla A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House October 27, 1798 Farm Reports, 27 October 1798

Alley sewg
+ Alla A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House November 03, 1798 Farm Reports, 3 November 1798

Alley sewg--6 [days]
+ Alla A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House November 10, 1798 Farm Reports, 10 November 1798

Alley do [sewing] 6 days
+ Alla A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House November 17, 1798 Farm Reports, 17 November 1798

Alley do [sewing]
+ Alla A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House November 24, 1798 Farm Reports, 24 November 1798

Alley sewing
+ Alla A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House December 01, 1798 Farm Reports, 1 December 1798

Alley do [sewing bags]
+ Alla A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House December 08, 1798 Farm Reports, 8 December 1798

Alley Sewing 6
+ Alla A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House December 15, 1798 Farm Reports, 15 December 1798

Alley do [sewing]
+ Alla A
Female

Knitter
Census Mansion House June 1799 Negroes Belonging to George Washington in his own Right and by Marriage, June 1799

+ Alla B
Female

Census Rockahock December 1771 List of Slaves Belonging to George Washington & John Parke Custis, December 1771

An Inventory of the Negro’s belonging to G. Washington & J. P. Custis As given in by the respective Overseers after the death of Mr Joseph Valentine in the Month of Decr 1771…New Kent County…nan 65, Mi 44, Old 44, Jenny 38, Bella 36, Nell 28, Beck 27, Am 27, Nan 24, A 20, Little Nan 16, Mill 15, Little Dinah 14, Sall 14, Nan 10, Elly 9, Rose 6, Moll 4, 4, 3, M 3, 2, Little 2, Little 3M., Little Jude 1M. …
+ Amy A
Female

Health Muddy Hole September 28, 1785 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Mrs Parker for Delivering 4 at Muddyhole & 2 at Dogue Rum 3..[0]..[0]
+ Amy A
Female

Health Muddy Hole September 28, 1785 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To Mrs Parker for Diliverg [Delivering] Lucy & Betty @ the Ferry. Amy & Dorchus at M. [Muddy] Hole, and Charity and Silla @ Dogue Run @ 10/ 3..0..0
+ Amy A
Female

Laborer
Census Muddy Hole February 18, 1786 Diary Entry, 18 February 1786

+ Amy A
Female

Laborer
Provisions Muddy Hole April 1786 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Amy A
Female

Health Muddy Hole May 14, 1786 Invoice from Dr. James Craik, 24 June 1789

To Blooding Negro Amy
+ Amy A
Female

Cultivator of the Soil
Health Muddy Hole June 01, 1786 Diary Entry, 1 June 1786

Doctr. Craik was sent for to a Negro man named Adam in the Neck & to a Negro woman Amy at Muddy hole. After visiting these People & dining here he returned home.
+ Amy A
Female

Laborer
Provisions Muddy Hole November 09, 1786 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Amy A
Female

Laborer
Provisions Muddy Hole 1787 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Amy A
Female

Laborer
Provisions Muddy Hole December 22, 1787 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Amy A
Female

Census Muddy Hole April 1788 List of Taxable Property in Truro Parish, 1788

Blacks above 12 years of age … [column 4] Peg, Sackey, Darcus, Amy, Nancy, Molly undr 16, Morris 1t, Robin, Adam, Jack 1t, Jack 2d, Dick, Ben, Matt, Morris 2d, Brunswick (past service), Hannah, Lucy, Moll, Jenny, Silla, Charity, Betty, Peg, Sall, Grace, Sue, Agga undr 16 …
+ Amy A
Female

Laborer
Provisions Muddy Hole 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Amy A
Female

Laborer
Provisions Muddy Hole January 24, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Amy A
Female

Health Muddy Hole April 25, 1789 Farm Reports, 25 April 1789

By sickness Darcus 3 days Amy 3 do [days] 6 [days]
+ Amy A
Female

Laborer
Provisions Muddy Hole November 10, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Amy A
Female

Laborer
Provisions Muddy Hole November 15, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Amy A
Female

Health Muddy Hole December 22, 1789 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Mrs Darcus Parker pd [paid] her the Ball. [Balance] of her acct [account] £3.0.0 as stated in the Cash acct [account] 15th Augt [August] also £2.10.0 being in full of all demands for delivering the following Women - viz. - Caroline at Mansn [Mansion] House Lucy at Frenches Lucy at D: Rug [Dogue Run] Alice & Amy at My [Muddy] Hole 5..10..[0]
+ Amy A
Female

Provisions Muddy Hole November 05, 1790 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Amy A
Female

Provisions Muddy Hole 1791 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Amy A
Female

Provisions Muddy Hole January 15, 1791 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Amy A
Female

Provisions Muddy Hole July 09, 1791 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Amy A
Female

Provisions Muddy Hole 1792 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Amy A
Female

Health Muddy Hole April 14, 1792 Farm Reports, 14 April 1792

By sickness, Kate 3 [Days], Amy 2 [Days], Molly 3 [Days] 8 [Days]
+ Amy A
Female

Health Muddy Hole August 30, 1794 Farm Reports, 30 August 1794

By Sickness Amy 6 days Molly 6 days
+ Amy A
Female

Health Muddy Hole April 16, 1796 Farm Reports, 16 April 1796

By Sickness ... Amy 6 days
+ Amy A
Female

Health Muddy Hole April 08, 1797 Farm Reports, 8 April 1797

3 Women in Child bed 18 days
+ Amy A
Female

Health Muddy Hole April 15, 1797 Farm Reports, 15 April 1797

Sick [Darcus], [Letty And] Amie in Child bed each 6 days
+ Amy A
Female

Health Muddy Hole April 22, 1797 Farm Reports, 22 April 1797

Sick, Amie, [5 days]
+ Amy A
Female

Health Muddy Hole April 29, 1797 Farm Reports, 29 April 1797

Amie in Childbed 6 [days]
+ Amy A
Female

Stock Keeper
Farm Work Mill Complex April 21, 1798 Farm Reports, 21 April 1798

Amey attending the Cattle at Mill 6 [days]
+ Amy A
Female

Health Muddy Hole June 23, 1798 Farm Reports, 23 June 1798

Amey Lame 4 [days]
+ Amy A
Female

Health Muddy Hole January 05, 1799 Farm Reports, 5 January 1799

Amy [sick] 3 [days]
+ Amy A
Female

Cultivator of the Soil
Census Muddy Hole June 1799 Negroes Belonging to George Washington in his own Right and by Marriage, June 1799

+ Amy B
Female

Census Brick House Plantation December 1771 List of Slaves Belonging to George Washington & John Parke Custis, December 1771

An Inventory of the Negro’s belonging to G. Washington & J. P. Custis As given in by the respective Overseers after the death of Mr Joseph Valentine in the Month of Decr 1771…[New Kent County] ...Hannah P[ast} L[abo]r, Nanny 50, Beck 40, Eleh 35, Arber 30, Eve 25, Crayger 25, Fanny <25>, Nell 20, Fran <16>, Suckey <15> Aggy 12, Moll 10, Dolly 6, Moll 6, Nan 3, Sibba 5, 2, Tally 2, Aley 2, Grace 1, Amey with Dite Howl 12…
+ Amy C
Female

Laborer
Census Rockahock December 1771 List of Slaves Belonging to George Washington & John Parke Custis, December 1771

An Inventory of the Negro’s belonging to G. Washington & J. P. Custis As given in by the respective Overseers after the death of Mr Joseph Valentine in the Month of Decr 1771…New Kent County…nan 65, Mi 44, Old 44, Jenny 38, Bella 36, Nell 28, Beck 27, Am 27, Nan 24, A 20, Little Nan 16, Mill 15, Little Dinah 14, Sall 14, Nan 10, Elly 9, Rose 6, Moll 4, 4, 3, M 3, 2, Little 2, Little 3M., Little Jude 1M. …
+ Amy D
Female

Laborer
Census Mill Quarter December 1771 List of Slaves Belonging to George Washington & John Parke Custis, December 1771

An inventory of the Negro's belonging to G. Washington & J.P. Custis As given in by the respective Overseers after the death of Mr Joseph Valentine in the Month of Decr 1771 …Female Acka 30, 50, Cor 30, anny 85, Grace 55, Alice 25, Hannah 22, 20, eck 20, tt 19, 18, N 18, Amey 15, nny 15, S 13, 7, Gals K>itt 7, ose 6, M 2Mths…
+ Anna
Female

Laborer
Provisions Muddy Hole July 04, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Anna
Female

Laborer
Provisions Muddy Hole July 11, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Anna
Female

Laborer
Provisions Muddy Hole November 07, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Anna
Female

Laborer
Provisions Muddy Hole November 07, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Anna
Female

Laborer
Provisions Muddy Hole January 16, 1790 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Anna
Female

Reassignment Mansion House October 28, 1792 Letter to Anthony Whitting, 28 October 1792

Sinah may also remain there until her Mother gets up again, although it is my intention to substitute Anna in her place, as an assistent to Kitty. Sinah & Patt may strengthen the Plantation which stands in most need of their aid.
+ Anna
Female

Milkmaid
House Work Mansion House December 09, 1792 Letter to Anthony Whitting, 9 December 1792

I expected Sinah was one of those who would have been sent to one of the Plantations: whether she remains at the Mansion house, or not, it is my desire that when Kitty is unable to attend the Dairy alone, that Anna may be the assistant. The other, besides idling away half the day under that pretence, never failed, I am well convinced, to take a pretty ample toll of both Milk & butter.
+ Anna A
Female

Health Mansion House December 1774 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By your Wife [Susannah Bishop] - laying House Alice ..10..[0]
+ Anna A
Female

Health Mount Vernon December 11, 1774 Ledger B, 1772-1793

To Ditto [Cash] for his Wife [Susannah Bishop] ..10..[0]
+ Anna A
Female

Health Mount Vernon December 11, 1774 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Ditto [Cash] pd [paid] Thos [Thomas] Bishop for his wife [Susannah Bishop] ..10..0
+ Anna A
Female

Health Mount Vernon December 11, 1774 Cash Memorandum, 1774-1775

By Cash pd[paid] Thos[Thomas] Bishop for his Wifes[Susannah] delivg[delivering] Ho [House] Alice 10 Shillings
+ Anna A
Female

Provisions Mansion House 1786 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Anna A
Female

Census Mansion House February 18, 1786 Diary Entry, 18 February 1786

+ Anna A
Female

Provisions Mansion House November 13, 1786 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Anna A
Female

Stock Keeper
Provisions Mansion House 1787 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Anna A
Female

Census Mansion House April 1788 List of Taxable Property in Truro Parish, 1788

Blacks above 12 years of age … [column 3] Billy undr 16, Joe Do [under 16], Christopher Do [under 16], Cyrus Do [under 16], Uriah Do [under 16], Godferry Do [under 16], Sinah Do [under 16], Mima Do [under 16], Lylla Do [under 16], Oney Do [under 16], Anna Do [under 16], Beck Do [under 16], Virgin Do [under 16], Patt Do [under 16], Will, Will, Charles, Gabriel, Jupiter, Nanney 1st, Kate, Sarah, Alice, Nanny 2d …
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Provisions Mansion House July 1788 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Provisions Mansion House November 26, 1788 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Provisions Mansion House January 01, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Provisions Mansion House February 01, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Provisions Mansion House July 11, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Provisions Mansion House November 07, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Provisions November 05, 1790 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Provisions 1791 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Provisions Mansion House 1792 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Provisions Mansion House November 04, 1792 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Provisions Mansion House December 1792 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House January 12, 1793 Farm Reports, 12 January 1793

By Anne do [spinning] 3 pd. [pound] " " [yarn] By Sickness 3 days
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Health Mansion House January 12, 1793 Farm Reports, 12 January 1793

By Anne do [spinning] 3 pd. [pounds] " " [yarn] [3 days] By Sickness 3 days
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House February 16, 1793 Farm Reports, 16 February 1793

By Anne do [spinning] 6 pd. [pound] of hemp 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House March 16, 1793 Farm Reports, 17 March 1793

By Anne Winding twine for Seeine maker 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House March 23, 1793 Farm Reports, 23 March 1793

By Anne Winding Twine for Seeine maker 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Health Mansion House July 27, 1793 Farm Reports, 27 July 1793

Anne in Child Bed 6 days
+ Anna A
Female

Health Mansion House August 03, 1793 Farm Reports, 3 August 1793

Anne in Child Bed 6 [Days]
+ Anna A
Female

Health Mansion House August 10, 1793 Farm Reports, 10 August 1793

By Anne in Child Beed 6 days 6 [Days]
+ Anna A
Female

Health Mansion House August 31, 1793 Farm Reports, 31 August 1793

Anne in Child Beet [Bed] 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House December 28, 1793 Farm Reports, 28 December 1793

By Anne do [Spinning] 3 pd [pounds] of yarn 3 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Health Mansion House February 08, 1794 Farm Reports, 8 February 1794

By Sickness Charlotte 6 days Caroline 6 Anne 6 Doll 6 days
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House May 31, 1794 Farm Reports, 31 May 1794

By Ann do [Spinning] 4 pd of do [yarn] 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House August 30, 1794 Farm Reports, 30 August 1794

By Anne do [Spinning] 6 pd of do [Yarn] 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House November 01, 1794 Farm Reports, 1 November 1794

By Anne do [Spinning] 6 pd of do [yarn] 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House November 08, 1794 Farm Reports, 8 November 1794

By Anne do [spinning] 6 pd of do [yarn] 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House February 14, 1795 Farm Reports, 14 February 1795

By Anne do [spinning] 6 pd of do [tow yarn] 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Health Mount Vernon February 17, 1795 Manager Ledger (William Pearce), 1794-1797

[By] ditto [1 pint Rum] to Anny when ditto [in Childbed]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House February 21, 1795 Farm Reports, 21 February 1795

By Anne do [spinning] 6 pd of do [tow yarn] 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Comment Mount Vernon February 27, 1795 Manager Ledger (William Pearce), 1794-1797

[By] 25 Nals to Carp. [Carpenter] Isaac to make a coffin for Annies Infant
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House May 30, 1795 Farm Reports, 30 May 1795

By Anne do [spinning] 5 pd of do [yarn] 5 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House July 11, 1795 Farm Reports, 11 July 1795

By Ann do [spinning] 6 pd of do [yarn] 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House July 18, 1795 Farm Reports, 18 July 1795

By Anne do [spinning] 6 pd of do [yarn] 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House December 05, 1795 Farm Reports, 5 December 1795

By Ann do [spinning] 6 pd of do [yarn] 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House December 19, 1795 Farm Reports, 19 December 1795

By Anne do [Spinning] 6 pd of do [yarn] 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House January 16, 1796 Farm Reports, 16 January 1796

By Anne do [spinning] 6 pd of do [thread] 6 [Days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House April 16, 1796 Farm Reports, 16 April 1796

By Anne do [Spinning] 4 pd [pounds] of do [tow thread] 4 [Days]
+ Anna A
Female

Health Mansion House April 16, 1796 Farm Reports, 16 April 1796

By Sieckness Anne 2 days
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House July 30, 1796 Farm Reports, 30 July 1796

By Anne do [Spinning] 6 pd of do [yarn] 6 [Days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House October 22, 1796 Farm Reports, 22 October 1796

By Anne do [spinning] 6 pd of do [yarn] 6 [Days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House November 12, 1796 Farm Reports, 12 November 1796

By Anne do [Spinning] 6 pd of do [yarn] 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House November 19, 1796 Farm Reports, 19 November 1796

By Anne do [Spinning] 6 pd of do [yarn] 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House January 07, 1797 Farm Reports, 7 January 1797

Anna Spinning 6 Lib. of Yarn 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House January 14, 1797 Farm Reports, 14 January 1797

Annie [spinning] 2 1/2 [lb] Tow Yarn
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House January 21, 1797 Farm Reports, 20 January 1797

Anne Do [Spinning] 4 Lib. [pounds] of Ditto [Tow Yarn] 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House January 28, 1797 Farm Reports, 28 January 1797

Anny [spinning] 5 Lib. Do Do [Tow Yarn] 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House February 04, 1797 Farm Reports, 4 February 1797

Anna Do [Spinning] 3 Lib. [lb] of Do [Tow yarn] 4 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Health Mansion House February 04, 1797 Farm Reports, 4 February 1797

Sickness Carolina 1 day Ane 2 days Betty Davis 4 Days Doll 6 days Matilda 6 Delia 6 Lame ally 6 days Dolsy 6 days 37 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House February 11, 1797 Farm Reports, 11 February 1797

Annie do [spinning] 5 lb. do do [Tow Yarn] 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House February 18, 1797 Farm Reports, 18 February 1797

Annie [Spinning] 5 lb. do [Tow Yarn] 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House February 25, 1797 Farm Reports, 25 February 1797

Annie [Spinning] 5 do [Tow Yarn] 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House March 04, 1797 Farm Reports, 4 March 1797

Annie [Spinning] 5 do do [pounds Tow Yarn] 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House March 11, 1797 Farm Reports, 11 March 1797

By Anne do [spinning] 5 pd of do [Tow Yarn] 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House March 18, 1797 Farm Reports, 18 March 1797

By Anne do [spinning] 5 pd. of do [Tow Yarn] 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House March 25, 1797 Farm Reports, 25 March 1797

Annie do [Spining] 5 do [lb. Tow Yarn] 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House April 01, 1797 Farm Reports, 1 April 1797

Annie Spining 5 lb. do [Tow Yarn] 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House April 08, 1797 Farm Reports, 8 April 1797

Annie Spining 6 do do [lb. Tow Yarn] 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House April 15, 1797 Farm Reports, 15 April 1797

Annie Spining 5 lb. do [Tow Yarn] 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House April 22, 1797 Farm Reports, 22 April 1797

Annie Spinning 5 lb. do [Tow Yarn] 5 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House April 29, 1797 Farm Reports, 29 April 1797

Annie [Spinning] 5 lb. do [Flax Yarn] 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House May 06, 1797 Farm Reports, 6 May 1797

Annie Spining 5 lb. Flax Yarn 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House May 13, 1797 Farm Reports, 13 May 1797

Anny Do [Spinning] 5 Lib. of Do [Flax yarn] 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House May 20, 1797 Farm Reports, 20 May 1797

Anna Do [Spinning] 5 Lib. of Do [Flax yarn] 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House May 27, 1797 Farm Reports, 27 May 1797

Annie [Spinning] 5 do do [lb. flax Yarn] 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House June 03, 1797 Farm Reports, 3 June 1797

Annie [Spinning] 5 lb. do do [Flax Yarn] 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House June 10, 1797 Farm Reports, 10 June 1797

Anna Do [spinning] 4 Lib. of Do [Flax yarn] 5 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House June 17, 1797 Farm Reports, 17 June 1797

Anna [spinning] 4 Lib. of Do [Stocking Yarn] 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Health Mansion House June 24, 1797 Farm Reports, 24 June 1797

Sickness Betsy Davis 6 days Ana 6 days Dolsy 4 days 16 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House July 01, 1797 Farm Reports, 1 July 1797

Anna Do [Spinning] 6 Lib. of Do [wool yarn] [6 days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House July 08, 1797 Farm Reports, 8 July 1797

Anna Do [Spinning] 6 Lib. of Do [wool yarn] 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Health Mansion House July 15, 1797 Farm Reports, 15 July 1797

Sickness Anna 6 days
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House July 22, 1797 Farm Reports, 22 July 1797

Anna [Spinning] 2½ Lib. of Do [wool Yarn] 3 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Health Mansion House July 22, 1797 Farm Reports, 22 July 1797

[Sickness] Anna 3 days
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House July 29, 1797 Farm Reports, 29 July 1797

Anna Do [Spinning] 5½ Lib. [wool yarn]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House August 05, 1797 Farm Reports, 5 August 1797

Anna Do [spinning] 6 Lib. of Do [Wool Yarn] 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House August 12, 1797 Farm Reports, 12 August 1797

Anna Do [Spinning] 5½ [pounds] of Do [Wool yarn] 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House August 19, 1797 Farm Reports, 19 August 1797

Anna Do [Spinning] 6 Lib. of Do [Wool Yarn]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House August 26, 1797 Farm Reports, 26 August 1797

Anna Do [Spinning] 5½ Lib. of Do [Wool Yarn]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House September 03, 1797 Farm Reports, 3 September 1797

Anna Do [Spinning] 5 Lib. of Do [Wool Yarn]
+ Anna A
Female

Health Mansion House September 03, 1797 Farm Reports, 3 September 1797

[Sickness] Anna 1 day
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House September 09, 1797 Farm Reports, 10 September 1797

Anna Do [Spinning] 6 Lib. of Do [Wool Yarn]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House September 16, 1797 Farm Reports, 16 September 1797

Annie [Spinning] 6 of do [Wool into Yarn]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House September 23, 1797 Farm Reports, 23 September 1797

Annie Spining 6 do [lb. Wool]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House September 30, 1797 Farm Reports, 30 September 1797

Anney spining 6 lb. Wool
+ Anna A
Female

Health Mansion House October 07, 1797 Farm Reports, 7 October 1797

Sick Annie 6 days, & Alley 6 days
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House October 14, 1797 Farm Reports, 21 October 1797

[Omitted in the previous week] Annie [Spinning] 6 do [pounds Wool]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House October 21, 1797 Farm Reports, 21 October 1797

Annie Spining 6 [pounds] wool 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House October 28, 1797 Farm Reports, 28 October 1797

Annie [Spinning] 6 do [lb. Wool Yarn]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House November 04, 1797 Farm Reports, 4 November 1797

Annie [Spinning] 6 do [lb. Wool Yarn]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House November 11, 1797 Farm Reports, 11 November 1797

Annie [Spinning] 6 do [lb. Wool]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House November 18, 1797 Farm Reports, 18 November 1797

Annie [Spinning] 6 do [lb. Wool]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House November 25, 1797 Farm Reports, 25 November 1797

Annie [Spinning] 5½ do [lb. Wool]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House December 03, 1797 Farm Reports, 3 December 1797

Annie Spining 6 do
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House December 09, 1797 Farm Reports, 9 December 1797

Annie [Spinning] 2 do [lb. Wool]
+ Anna A
Female

Health Mansion House December 09, 1797 Farm Reports, 9 December 1797

Annie 4
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House December 16, 1797 Farm Reports, 16 December 1797

Annie Spining of do [wool Yarn] 6 [lb.]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House January 27, 1798 Farm Reports, 27 January 1798

Annie [Spinning] 6 [pounds] of do [Wool Yarn] 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House February 04, 1798 Farm Reports, 4 February 1798

Annie Spining 6 lb. [pound] do [Wool] 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House February 10, 1798 Farm Reports, 10 February 1798 (Addendum)

Annie [spinning] 6 lb. do [Wool] 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House February 18, 1798 Farm Reports, 18 February 1798

Annie Spining of do [Wool] 6 [lb.] 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House February 25, 1798 Farm Reports, 25 February 1798

Annie Spining of do do [wool yarn] 6 [lb.] [pound] 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Health Mansion House March 03, 1798 Farm Reports, 3 March 1798

[Child Bed] Annie 6 days
+ Anna A
Female

Health Mansion House March 10, 1798 Farm Reports, 10 March 1798

Sick Delia, & Annie in Child bed each 6 days
+ Anna A
Female

Health Mansion House March 17, 1798 Farm Reports, 17 March 1798

Annie in Child bed 6 days
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House March 24, 1798 Farm Reports, 24 March 1798

[By] Anna [spinning] 7 lb. flax thread 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House March 31, 1798 Farm Reports, 31 March 1798

[By] Anna do [Spinning] 7 lb. [pound] Toe thread 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House April 07, 1798 Farm Reports, 7 April 1798

Anna do [spinning] 5 lbs [pounds] Toe Thread 6 ds [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House April 14, 1798 Farm Reports, 14 April 1798

Anna [spinning] 5 lb. [pound] Toe thread 6 ds. [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House April 21, 1798 Farm Reports, 21 April 1798

Anna do [Spinning] 5 lb. [pound] Do [Tow Thread] 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House April 28, 1798 Farm Reports, 28 April 1798

Anna do [spinning] 5 lb. [pound] Tow thread 6 days
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House May 05, 1798 Farm Reports, 5 May 1798

Anna Spinning 5 lb. Toe thread 6 days
+ Anna A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House May 12, 1798 Farm Reports, 12 May 1798

Anna making 4 shifts 3 ds. [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Health Mansion House May 12, 1798 Farm Reports, 12 May 1798

[Anna] sick 2 ds [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House May 19, 1798 Farm Reports, 19 May 1798

Anna making 12 shifts 6 ds. [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House May 26, 1798 Farm Reports, 26 May 1798

Anna making 12 shifts 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House June 02, 1798 Farm Reports, 2 June 1798

Anna do [spinning] 4 lb stockg. yarn 6 ds [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House June 16, 1798 Farm Reports, 16 June 1798

Anna do [spinning] – 6 lb wool – 6 ds [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House June 23, 1798 Farm Reports, 23 June 1798

Anna ditto [spinning] 6 do [lb of stocking yarn] 6 ds [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House June 30, 1798 Farm Reports, 30 June 1798

Anna 6 lb do [spinning 6 lb of yarn] 6 days
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House July 07, 1798 Farm Reports, 7 July 1798

Anna do [Spinning] 6 lb. do [yarn] 6 days
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House July 14, 1798 Farm Reports, 14 July 1798

Anna [spinning] 6 lb. do [Yarn 6 days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House July 21, 1798 Farm Reports, 21 July 1798

Anna 6 do [spinning 6 lb. Wool]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House July 28, 1798 Farm Reports, 28 July 1798

Anna 6 ds. [spinning 6 lb. wool]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House August 04, 1798 Farm Reports, 4 August 1798

Anna do [spinning 6 lb. wool] 6 ds. [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House August 11, 1798 Farm Reports, 11 August 1798

Anna [spinning] 6 lb. do [wool]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House August 18, 1798 Farm Reports, 18 August 1798

Anna [spinning] 6 lb. do [wool]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House August 25, 1798 Farm Reports, 25 August 1798

Anna [spinning] 6 lb. do [wool]
+ Anna A
Female

Health Mansion House September 01, 1798 Farm Reports, 1 September 1798

Anna Sick 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House September 08, 1798 Farm Reports, 8 September 1798

Anna 6 lb. do [spinning wool for 6 days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House September 15, 1798 Farm Reports, 15 September 1798

Anna do [spinning] 6 lb. do [wool]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House September 22, 1798 Farm Reports, 22 September 1798

Anna sping 6 lb. Wool 6 ds. [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House September 29, 1798 Farm Reports, 29 September 1798

Anna do [spinning wool for 6 days] 6 lb.
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House October 06, 1798 Farm Reports, 6 October 1798

Anna [spinning 6 lb. wool] 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House October 13, 1798 Farm Reports, 13 October 1798

Anna do [spinning 6 lb. yarn] 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House October 20, 1798 Farm Reports, 20 October 1798

Anna do [spinning 6 lb. wool]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House October 27, 1798 Farm Reports, 27 October 1798

Anna do [spinning 6 lb. of wool]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House November 03, 1798 Farm Reports, 3 November 1798

Anna [Spinning 6 lb. Wool] 6 [days]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House November 10, 1798 Farm Reports, 10 November 1798

Anna do [Spinning 6 lb. wool]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House November 17, 1798 Farm Reports, 17 November 1798

Anna do [spinning 6 lb. yarn]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House November 24, 1798 Farm Reports, 24 November 1798

Anna ditto [Spinning 6 lb. wool]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House December 01, 1798 Farm Reports, 1 December 1798

Anna do [spinning 6 lb. wool]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House December 08, 1798 Farm Reports, 8 December 1798

Anna do [spinning 6 lb. wool]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House December 15, 1798 Farm Reports, 15 December 1798

Anna do [spinning 6 lb. wool]
+ Anna A
Female

Spinner
Census Mansion House June 1799 Negroes Belonging to George Washington in his own Right and by Marriage, June 1799

Ditto [Husband] liv[in]g at George Town
+ Anna B
Female

Census Mansion House June 1799 Negroes Belonging to George Washington in his own Right and by Marriage, June 1799

+ Anna C
Female

Slave Purchase New Kent County April 24, 1788 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By the following Negroes & Stock purchased on my acct by Mr Burwell Bassett as per his Letter & memo of this date viz. Negroes. Jenny, Anna, Laura, Jenney for … £85.10.0 Phillis, Seilla £56.5 Jess £90.2 … 146.7.0 Moses £52.10 Clara, Burwell, Chas Anthony £99 151.11.0 Sall £22.10 Kate & Child 52.10 … 75.0.0 Onez, Mary £10.10s. Betty, Louisa £48.15 … 59.5.0 Billy £52.10s Sukey £52, Dinah £30 … 134.10.0 Moses £60.10s .. George £60.1s .. Jenez £67.11s 188.2.0 Ned 67.11. John £45 … 112.18.0 Dick £37. Anderson £30. Abram £65 … 132.0.0 Frederick £60. Jack Slow £64.15 … 124.15.0 Pleasant £15.1. Major £71 … 86.1.0 [Total] 1295..11..[0]
+ Anna D
Female

Comment French's Plantation 1787 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Anna D
Female

Comment French's Plantation 1788 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Anna D
Female

Comment French's Plantation 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Arba
Female

Laborer
Census Brick House Plantation December 1771 List of Slaves Belonging to George Washington & John Parke Custis, December 1771

An Inventory of the Negro’s belonging to G. Washington & J. P. Custis As given in by the respective Overseers after the death of Mr Joseph Valentine in the Month of Decr 1771…[New Kent County] ...Hannah P[ast} L[abo]r, Nanny 50, Beck 40, Eleh 35, Arber 30, Eve 25, Crayger 25, Fanny <25>, Nell 20, Fran <16>, Suckey <15> Aggy 12, Moll 10, Dolly 6, Moll 6, Nan 3, Sibba 5, 2, Tally 2, Aley 2, Grace 1, Amey with Dite Howl 12…
+ Ariana A
Female

Health April 22, 1778 Letter from Lund Washington, 22 April 1778

We have some of our people sick, among them is Ariana a child of Alice’s who I believe must Die—worms I believe is the cause of its illness the others not Bad
+ Augusta A
Female

Comment Union Farm February 25, 1798 Farm Reports, 25 February 1798

Increased 2 Negroe Children
+ Augusta A
Female

Health Union Farm February 25, 1798 Farm Reports, 25 February 1798

Rachel, & Grace in Childbed each 6 days
+ Augusta A
Female

Health Union Farm March 03, 1798 Farm Reports, 3 March 1798

Rachel Grace, & Fanny in Child bed 6 each [days]
+ Augusta A
Female

Health Mansion House March 10, 1798 Farm Reports, 10 March 1798

[in Child bed] Grace 6 [days]
+ Augusta A
Female

Health Union Farm March 17, 1798 Farm Reports, 17 March 1798

Sick, Rachel, Grace, & Fanny each 6 days in Child bed 18 [days]
+ Augusta A
Female

Health Union Farm March 24, 1798 Farm Reports, 24 March 1798

Fanny and Grace in Child bed 11 [days]
+ Augusta A
Female

Health Union Farm October 11, 1798 Manager Ledger (James Anderson), 1797-1798

[By] Negroe Nell Mrs. Masons for delivery of 5 Negroe Women, sometime ago, Caroline, Sall, Bett, Alsey R. Farm & Grace Union Farm $2 each [$] 10
+ Augusta A
Female

Census Union Farm June 1799 Negroes Belonging to George Washington in his own Right and by Marriage, June 1799

+ Augusta A
Female

Slave Hire Mount Vernon July 15, 1799 List of Negros, Mrs. French, 15 July 1799

A list of Negros the property the property of Mrs. French, in possession of George Washington, by virtue of a Contract which is to terminate with the life of the former. – … Children … Augusta 1 Ditto [daughter] Ditto [to Grace] … The Negros contained in this list, with the Remarks on them, are given with accuracy; _ and their ages are entered from their own accounts of them. _ They are a parcel of very likely & healthy people; _ and since the going off, of a fellow called Paul (four or 5 years ago) are as orderly, and as well disposed a set, as any equal number in the Country. _
+ Barbara A
Female

Health Mansion House December 23, 1790 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Mrs Darcus Parker pd [paid] her in full of all demands for delivering the following Women - Cornelia - Agnes - & Alice - at River Plantn - Doll - Fanny - Rachael - & Lucy - at the Ferry - Grace - Charity - Siller & Betty Davis - at Dogue Run - Molly - Peg & Nancy - at Muddy hole - Kitty & Alice - at the Mansn House in all 16 - @ 10/ 8..[0]..[0]
+ Barbara A
Female

Census Mansion House June 1799 Negroes Belonging to George Washington in his own Right and by Marriage, June 1799

+ Barbara B
Female

Census Mount Vernon March 8, 1753 Inventory of the Estate of Lawrence Washington, 7-8 March 1753

An Inventory of the Estate of Lawrence Washington Esqr. deceased, as Apprais’d by us the Subscribers the 7th and 8th of March 1753 Negros Dublin £40, Dula 40, Ned 40, Sands 40, Acco 40, Sando 40, Will 40, Ben 40, Frank 40, Moll daughter to Frank 25, Mildred do [daughter to Frank] 20, Hannah do [daughter to Frank] 15, Penny do [daughter to Frank] 10, Moll 25, Lett and Child Young Sands 45, Barbara 40, Will [child of] Barbara 10, Grace 35, Phebe 35, Couta and Child 45, Judy 35, Sarah [child of] Judy 28, Kate 30, Ceasar 25, Tom 15, Glasgow 10, Charles 30, Aaron [child of] Grace 20, Barbara [child of] Couta 15, George [child of] Phebe 15, Lucy [child of] Lett 25, Bella Do [child of Lett] 20, Lydia Do [child of Lett] 15, Nan Mulato 15
+ Barbara B
Female

Slave Inheritance December 10, 1754 Memorandum II, Division of the Slaves of Lawrence Washington, 1754

+ Barbara B
Female

Slave Inheritance December 10, 1754 Memorandum III, Division of the Slaves of Lawrence Washington, 1754

+ Barbara C
Female

Census Mount Vernon March 8, 1753 Inventory of the Estate of Lawrence Washington, 7-8 March 1753

An Inventory of the Estate of Lawrence Washington Esqr. deceased, as Apprais’d by us the Subscribers the 7th and 8th of March 1753 Negros Dublin £40, Dula 40, Ned 40, Sands 40, Acco 40, Sando 40, Will 40, Ben 40, Frank 40, Moll daughter to Frank 25, Mildred do [daughter to Frank] 20, Hannah do [daughter to Frank] 15, Penny do [daughter to Frank] 10, Moll 25, Lett and Child Young Sands 45, Barbara 40, Will [child of] Barbara 10, Grace 35, Phebe 35, Couta and Child 45, Judy 35, Sarah [child of] Judy 28, Kate 30, Ceasar 25, Tom 15, Glasgow 10, Charles 30, Aaron [child of] Grace 20, Barbara [child of] Couta 15, George [child of] Phebe 15, Lucy [child of] Lett 25, Bella Do [child of Lett] 20, Lydia Do [child of Lett] 15, Nan Mulato 15
+ Barbara C
Female

Slave Inheritance December 10, 1754 Memorandum II, Division of the Slaves of Lawrence Washington, 1754

+ Barbary A
Female

Comment Dogue Run 1787 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Barbary A
Female

Comment Dogue Run 1788 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Barbary A
Female

Comment Dogue Run 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Barbary A
Female

Census Dogue Run June 1799 Negroes Belonging to George Washington in his own Right and by Marriage, June 1799

+ Barbary B
Female

Census Great House Plantation December 1771 List of Slaves Belonging to George Washington & John Parke Custis, December 1771

An Inventory of the Negro’s belonging to G. Washington & J. P. Custis As given in by the respective Overseers after the death of Mr Joseph Valentine in the Month of Decr 1771 York County House Plantation… Female Eaby 50, Betty 50, Dinah 30, Peg 30, Fanny 35, Peg 25, Peg 20, S 20, Alice 60, 15, Nan 10, Frank 10, Mary 9, Silvia 7, Harbour 5, Barbery 6, Lydia 3, A Child Month, Corneliar 70, Grace 60...…
+ Beck
Female

Health Mansion House January 14, 1792 Farm Reports, 14 January 1792

By Sickness Gunner 6 [days] Sam 6 [days] Old Frank 6 [days] Mima 6 [days] Beck 6 [days] Boatswain 6 [days] Sims to Richmond 3 days 43 [days]
+ Beck A
Female

Census Union Farm June 1799 Negroes Belonging to George Washington in his own Right and by Marriage, June 1799

+ Beck B
Female

Health Ferry Plantation April 20, 1776 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To Mrs Bishup for Laying two negroe Women (Betty at the Ferry & Daphne in the Neck) 1..0..0
+ Beck B
Female

Health Ferry Plantation April 20, 1776 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Mrs Bishop Laying 2 Negroe Women - Betty at the Ferry & Dephna in the Neck 1..[0]..[0]
+ Beck B
Female

Census Ferry Plantation February 18, 1786 Diary Entry, 18 February 1786

+ Beck B
Female

Provisions Ferry Plantation November 10, 1786 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Beck B
Female

Worker
Provisions Mansion House 1787 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Beck B
Female

Worker
Provisions Mansion House November 22, 1787 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Beck B
Female

Worker
Provisions Mansion House December 08, 1787 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Beck B
Female

Worker
Provisions Mansion House 1788 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Beck B
Female

Census Ferry Plantation April 1788 List of Taxable Property in Truro Parish, 1788

Blacks above 12 years of age … [column 3] Billy undr 16, Joe Do [under 16], Christopher Do [under 16], Cyrus Do [under 16], Uriah Do [under 16], Godferry Do [under 16], Sinah Do [under 16], Mima Do [under 16], Lylla Do [under 16], Oney Do [under 16], Anna Do [under 16], Beck Do [under 16], Virgin Do [under 16], Patt Do [under 16], Will, Will, Charles, Gabriel, Jupiter, Nanney 1st, Kate, Sarah, Alice, Nanny 2d …
+ Beck B
Female

Cultivator of the Soil
Farm Work Ferry Plantation August 13, 1788 Diary Entry, 13 August 1788

Visited the Ferry, French’s, Dogue run & Muddy hole Plantations. At the first—Three Plows and all the hands were at Work in the Corn ground except Cupid—who was stacking at Frenchs.
+ Beck B
Female

Worker
Provisions Mansion House November 11, 1788 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Beck B
Female

Worker
Provisions Mansion House November 25, 1788 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Beck B
Female

Worker
Provisions Mansion House January 05, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Beck B
Female

Worker
Provisions Mansion House November 07, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Beck B
Female

Laborer
Provisions November 05, 1790 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Beck B
Female

Laborer
Provisions 1791 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Beck B
Female

Laborer
Provisions 1791 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Beck B
Female

Laborer
Provisions 1791 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Beck B
Female

Laborer
Provisions Mansion House 1792 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Beck B
Female

Laborer
Provisions Mansion House 1792 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Beck B
Female

Health Ferry Plantation January 16, 1792 Letter from Anthony Whitting, 15 January 1792

my time has been very much taken up with the Sick people in preparing medicine & attending them. I have applyd to Dr. Craik & he has been down & I have frequently his directions. We have several now very sick - Beck at Ferry I think will not recover, Isaacs two Girls Mima & Ally are both very poorly & Young Boatswain is very Sick. Some of the others Sall at Dogue Run, Betty Davis, Delia at frenchs, Charlotte [and] Caroline &c [etcetera] are now better.
+ Beck B
Female

Health Mansion House January 21, 1792 Farm Reports, 21 January 1792

By Sickness Old Frank 6 [days] Mima 6 [days] Beck 6 [days] Boatswain 6 [days] Sam 6 [days] Sims Lame 6 [days] & Gunner 4 days 40 [days]
+ Beck B
Female

Health January 22, 1792 Letter from Anthony Whitting, 22 January 1792

I sent Yesterday for Docr Craik who promised to Come down this Day but the Weather being very bad has I Guess prevented him. I sent him Becks Case as near as I was able & he sent some Medicine I am fearful She will not recover. Isaacs two Girls Mima & Ally are a little better Delia Frenchs & Doll at Ferry Continue very poorly And a Great many children are very bad with the Hooping Cough at every Qu[arte]r.
+ Beck B
Female

Laborer
Provisions Mansion House December 1792 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Beck C
Female

Census Pope's Creek June 28, 1743 Inventory of the Westmoreland County Estate of Augustine Washington, 1 July 1743

+ Beck C
Female

Slave Inheritance November 02, 1750 Distribution of the Slaves of Capt. Augustine Washington Gent, 2 November 1750

In Obedience to an order of King George Court we the subscribers have met at Mrs Washingtons and divided the Negros agreeable to the Will of Capt. Augustine Washington Gent. deced and have set a part for ... Mr Charles Washington, Peter, Will, Prince, Cate, Beck, Cate, Janny[,] Milla, Tom, Polly, Suky, Jerrimy Given under our hands this 31st day of Octr 1750 [signed] John Champe, Han[coc]k Lee, O. Innis.
+ Beck D
Female

Scullion
Slave Inheritance 1759 List of Artisans and Household Slaves in the Estate, c.1759

Servants in & abt the House…
+ Beck D
Female

House Servant
Slave Value New Kent County October 1759 Assignment of the Widow's Dower, ca 1759

House Servants … [Column 1] Breechy £50, Doll 40, Betty & Chd Austin 60, [Column 2] Beck 50, Jenny 45, Sall 35 … £ 280…
+ Beck D
Female

Health Mount Vernon January 29, 1760 Diary Entry, 29 January 1760

Darcus—daughter to Phillis died, which makes 4 Negroes lost this Winter viz. 3 Dower Negroes namely— Beck—appraisd to £50– Dolls Child born since— Darcus appd. at and Belinda a Wench of mine in Frederick.
+ Beck E
Female

Laborer
Census Brick House Plantation December 1771 List of Slaves Belonging to George Washington & John Parke Custis, December 1771

An Inventory of the Negro’s belonging to G. Washington & J. P. Custis As given in by the respective Overseers after the death of Mr Joseph Valentine in the Month of Decr 1771…[New Kent County] ...Hannah P[ast} L[abo]r, Nanny 50, Beck 40, Eleh 35, Arber 30, Eve 25, Crayger 25, Fanny <25>, Nell 20, Fran <16>, Suckey <15> Aggy 12, Moll 10, Dolly 6, Moll 6, Nan 3, Sibba 5, 2, Tally 2, Aley 2, Grace 1, Amey with Dite Howl 12…
+ Beck F
Female

Laborer
Census Rockahock December 1771 List of Slaves Belonging to George Washington & John Parke Custis, December 1771

An Inventory of the Negro’s belonging to G. Washington & J. P. Custis As given in by the respective Overseers after the death of Mr Joseph Valentine in the Month of Decr 1771…New Kent County…nan 65, Mi 44, Old 44, Jenny 38, Bella 36, Nell 28, Beck 27, Am 27, Nan 24, A 20, Little Nan 16, Mill 15, Little Dinah 14, Sall 14, Nan 10, Elly 9, Rose 6, Moll 4, 4, 3, M 3, 2, Little 2, Little 3M., Little Jude 1M. …
+ Beck G
Female

Laborer
Census Mill Quarter December 1771 List of Slaves Belonging to George Washington & John Parke Custis, December 1771

An inventory of the Negro's belonging to G. Washington & J.P. Custis As given in by the respective Overseers after the death of Mr Joseph Valentine in the Month of Decr 1771 …Female Acka 30, 50, Cor 30, anny 85, Grace 55, Alice 25, Hannah 22, 20, eck 20, tt 19, 18, N 18, Amey 15, nny 15, S 13, 7, itt 7, ose 6, M 2Mths…
+ Beck H
Female

Census Rockahock December 1771 List of Slaves Belonging to George Washington & John Parke Custis, December 1771

An Inventory of the Negro’s belonging to G. Washington & J. P. Custis As given in by the respective Overseers after the death of Mr Joseph Valentine in the Month of Decr 1771…New Kent County…nan 65, Mi 44, Old 44, Jenny 38, Bella 36, Nell 28, Beck 27, Am 27, Nan 24, A 20, Little Nan 16, Mill 15, Little Dinah 14, Sall 14, Nan 10, Elly 9, Rose 6, Moll 4, 4, 3, M 3, 2, Little 2, Little 3M., Little Jude 1M. …
+ Belinda A
Female

Census Ferry Farm July 1, 1743 Inventory of the King George County Estate of Augustine Washington, 1 July 1743

At the Quarter … Belinda 25..
+ Belinda A
Female

Slave Inheritance 1750 Distribution of Slaves with Values from the Estate of Capt. Augustine Washington, nd.

Fortune—30, George—20, Long Joe—30, Winna—30, Bellindar—25, Jenny—12.10, Adam—10, Natt—10, London—20, Milly—10, and Frank—5
+ Belinda A
Female

Slave Inheritance November 02, 1750 Distribution of the Slaves of Capt. Augustine Washington Gent, 2 November 1750

In Obedience to an order of King George Court we the subscribers have met at Mrs Washingtons and divided the Negros agreeable to the Will of Capt. Augustine Washington Gent. deced and have set a part for... Mr George Washington Fortune, George[,] Long Joe, Winna, Bellindar, Jenny, Adam, Natt, London[,] Milla, Frank in all Eleven, ... Given under our hands this 31st day of Octr 1750 [signed] John Champe, Han[coc]k Lee, O. Innis.
+ Belinda A
Female

Health Bullskin Plantation January 29, 1760 Diary Entry, 29 January 1760

Darcus—daughter to Phillis died, which makes 4 Negroes lost this Winter viz. 3 Dower Negroes namely— Beck—appraisd to £50– Dolls Child born since— Darcus appd. at and Belinda a Wench of mine in Frederick.
+ Belinda B
Female

Slave Inheritance 1762 Memorandum Division of Slaves, 1762

+ Bella A
Female

Census Mount Vernon March 8, 1753 Inventory of the Estate of Lawrence Washington, 7-8 March 1753

An Inventory of the Estate of Lawrence Washington Esqr. deceased, as Apprais’d by us the Subscribers the 7th and 8th of March 1753 Negros Dublin £40, Dula 40, Ned 40, Sands 40, Acco 40, Sando 40, Will 40, Ben 40, Frank 40, Moll daughter to Frank 25, Mildred do [daughter to Frank] 20, Hannah do [daughter to Frank] 15, Penny do [daughter to Frank] 10, Moll 25, Lett and Child Young Sands 45, Barbara 40, Will [child of] Barbara 10, Grace 35, Phebe 35, Couta and Child 45, Judy 35, Sarah [child of] Judy 28, Kate 30, Ceasar 25, Tom 15, Glasgow 10, Charles 30, Aaron [child of] Grace 20, Barbara [child of] Couta 15, George [child of] Phebe 15, Lucy [child of] Lett 25, Bella Do [child of Lett] 20, Lydia Do [child of Lett] 15, Nan Mulato 15
+ Bella A
Female

Slave Inheritance December 10, 1754 Memorandum II, Division of the Slaves of Lawrence Washington, 1754

+ Bella A
Female

Slave Inheritance December 10, 1754 Memorandum III, Division of the Slaves of Lawrence Washington, 1754

+ Bella B
Female

Laborer
Census Rockahock December 1771 List of Slaves Belonging to George Washington & John Parke Custis, December 1771

An Inventory of the Negro’s belonging to G. Washington & J. P. Custis As given in by the respective Overseers after the death of Mr Joseph Valentine in the Month of Decr 1771…New Kent County…nan 65, Mi 44, Old 44, Jenny 38, Bella 36, Nell 28, Beck 27, Am 27, Nan 24, A 20, Little Nan 16, Mill 15, Little Dinah 14, Sall 14, Nan 10, Elly 9, Rose 6, Moll 4, 4, 3, M 3, 2, Little 2, Little 3M., Little Jude 1M. …
+ Betty
Female

Laborer
Census Ship Landing 1760 List of Dower Slaves, 1760

A List of Working Dower Negroes, where settled, & under whose care, 1760…At the Ship Landing—[York] Crispin A Man 1 Share Ned Holt Ditto [A Man] 1 ditto [Share] Old Captain Ditto [A Man] 1 ditto [Share] Jupiter Ditto [A Man] 1 ditto [Share] Brunswick Do [A Man] 1 ditto [Share] Molly A Woman 1 ditto [Share] Betty Ditto [A Woman] 1 ditto [Share] …
+ Betty
Female

Health Mount Vernon February 1767 Ledger A, 1750-1772

By your [Thomas Bishop] Wife's bringing Betty to Bed ..10..0
+ Betty
Female

Health Mount Vernon February 21, 1767 Ledger A, 1750-1772

To Cash paid your [Thomas Bishop] Wife for laying Betty ..10..0
+ Betty
Female

Health Mount Vernon February 21, 1767 Ledger A, 1750-1772

By Susanna Bishop - laying Betty ..10..0
+ Betty
Female

Health Mount Vernon June 29, 1769 Diary Entry, 29 June 1769 (1)

In the Afternoon Doctr. Rumney came on a visit to Betty.
+ Betty
Female

Laborer
Census Great House Plantation December 1771 List of Slaves Belonging to George Washington & John Parke Custis, December 1771

An Inventory of the Negro’s belonging to G. Washington & J. P. Custis As given in by the respective Overseers after the death of Mr Joseph Valentine in the Month of Decr 1771 York County House Plantation… Female Eaby 50, Betty 50, Dinah 30, Peg 30, Fanny 35, Peg 25, Peg 20, S 20, Alice 60, 15, Nan 10, Frank 10, Mary 9, Silvia 7, Harbour 5, Barbery 6, Lydia 3, A Child Month, Corneliar 70, Grace 60...…
+ Betty
Female

Health Mansion House December 02, 1776 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Thos [Thomas] Bishop for Delg [Delivering] Betty at the Home House and Jane at D. [Dogue] Run Ret [Receipt] 1..0..0
+ Betty
Female

Health Mansion House December 02, 1776 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To Thos [Thomas] Bishop for Diliverg [Delivering] Betty at the Home House and Jane at D. [Dogue] Run Rct [Receipt] 1..0..0
+ Betty
Female

Health Mansion House July 10, 1777 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To Mrs Bishop for Diliverg [Delivering] Betty as H H. [Home House] ..10..0
+ Betty
Female

Health Mount Vernon July 10, 1777 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Mrs Bishop for Delg [Delivering] Betty ..10..[0]
+ Betty
Female

Health Mount Vernon November 1778 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To Low for Dropsical Water for Mulatto Betty 5..2..0
+ Betty
Female

Health November 14, 1778 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Law for Dropsical Water for Mulatto Betty 5..2..[0]
+ Betty
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mount Vernon May 31, 1781 Letter to ________, (31 May 1781)

…how is Betty has she been spinning all winter - is Charlot done the worke I left for her to do
+ Betty
Female

Health Mount Vernon September 14, 1786 Diary Entry, 14 September 1786

After dinner Messrs. Thos. [Thomas] and Elliot Lee came in, as did Doctr. Craik by desire, on a visit to Betty—who had been struck with the palsey. The whole stayed all Night.
+ Betty
Female

Health Mount Vernon September 14, 1786 Invoice from Dr. James Craik, 24 June 1789

To a Visit & Prescription to Negro Betty
+ Betty
Female

Health Mount Vernon October 01, 1786 Invoice from Dr. James Craik, 24 June 1789

To Pulling a Seaton in her [Betty's] Neck
+ Betty
Female

Health Mount Vernon March 28, 1787 Invoice from Dr. James Craik, 24 June 1789

To a dose salts for Negro Betty
+ Betty
Female

Health Mount Vernon March 28, 1787 Invoice from Dr. James Craik, 24 June 1789

To an Anodyne Draught Do [for Negro Betty]
+ Betty
Female

Health Mount Vernon April 01, 1787 Invoice from Dr. James Craik, 24 June 1789

To 4 anodyne Pills for Betty
+ Betty
Female

Health Mount Vernon August 28, 1797 Invoice from Dr. James Craik, 20 June 1799

2 alteratv. [alterative] Bolus's for Bett 0.2.6
+ Betty
Female

Health Mount Vernon August 28, 1797 Invoice from Dr. James Craik, 20 June 1799

2 Cathartics do [for Bett] 0.2.6
+ Betty
Female

Health Mount Vernon August 28, 1797 Invoice from Dr. James Craik, 20 June 1799

Zi [one ounce] Ungt. [Unguent] digeste [digestive] do [for Bett] 0.2.6
+ Betty
Female

Health Mount Vernon October 03, 1797 Invoice from Dr. James Craik, 20 June 1799

Bleeding Betty 0.3.0
+ Betty
Female

Health Mount Vernon July 22, 1799 Invoice from Dr. James Craik, 24 May 1800

Bleeding Betty
+ Betty
Female

Health Mount Vernon September 13, 1799 Invoice from Dr. James Craik, 24 May 1800

Bleeding Betty
+ Betty A
Female

Laborer
Census Ferry Plantation June 14, 1771 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1771

A List of Tythables—in Truro Parish—Fairfax County—given in 14th June 1771. George Washington, Lund Washington ..[Ferry farm] Michael, Harry, Cæsar, Sam, Cupid, Moll, Lucy, Betty, Doll, Daphne, Hannah, Lucy …
+ Betty A
Female

Health Ferry Plantation October 1771 Ledger A, 1750-1772

By your [Thomas Bishop] Wifes delivg [delivering] Betty at ye [the] Ferry ..10..[0]
+ Betty A
Female

Health Ferry Plantation October 09, 1771 Ledger A, 1750-1772

By Thos [Thomas] Bishop’s Wife Laying Betty ..10..[0]
+ Betty A
Female

Health Ferry Plantation October 10, 1771 Ledger A, 1750-1772

To Ditto [Cash] paid Do [Thomas Bishop's Wife] for delivg [delivering] Betty ..10..[0]
+ Betty A
Female

Laborer
Census Ferry Plantation June 10, 1772 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1772

A List of Tythables—in Truro Parish Fairfax County—June 10 1772. Geo: Washington, Lund Washington ... [Ferry farm] Michael, Harry, Cæsar, Sam, Cupid, Jack, Peter, Moll, Lucy, Betty, Doll, Daphne, Hannah, Lucy. …
+ Betty A
Female

Health Ferry Plantation 1774 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By laying Betty at the Ferry ..10..[0]
+ Betty A
Female

Health Ferry Plantation May 02, 1774 Ledger B, 1772-1793

To Ditto [Cash] … for … Ditto [Thomas Bishop's wife] ..10..[0]
+ Betty A
Female

Health Ferry Plantation May 02, 1774 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Ditto [Cash] paid [Thomas] Bishops wife laying Betty at the Ferry ..10..[0]
+ Betty A
Female

Laborer
Census Ferry Plantation July 1774 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1774

A List of Tithables—in Truro Parish Fairfax County—July 1774. George Washington, Jno. Parke Custis, Lund Washington .... [Ferry farm] Jesse Brummit, Cæsar, Sam, Ned, Cupid, Peter, Moll, Lucy, Betty, Doll, Daphne, Lucy…
+ Betty A
Female

Cultivator of the Soil
Provisions Ferry Plantation August 29, 1774 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To Do [Clothes] for women Betty, Lucy, Doll, Lucy, Molly a waistcoat Pettycoat, 2 shifts 1 p. Stockgs & 1 p. Shoes each
+ Betty A
Female

Health Ferry Plantation April 20, 1776 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To Mrs Bishup for Laying two negroe Women (Betty at the Ferry & Daphne in the Neck) 1..0..0
+ Betty A
Female

Health Ferry Plantation April 20, 1776 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Mrs Bishop Laying 2 Negroe Women - Betty at the Ferry & Dephna in the Neck 1..[0]..[0]
+ Betty A
Female

Health Ferry Plantation April 18, 1778 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Mrs Bishop for Delg. [Delivering] Betty at the Ferry 2 Children 20/. Kitty 10/ & Lidda 10/ 2..[0]..[0]
+ Betty A
Female

Health Ferry Plantation April 18, 1778 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To Mrs Bishop of Lay Betty at the Ferry of two children 20/ Kitty of H. [Home] House 10/ and Lydda in the Neck 10/
+ Betty A
Female

Health Ferry Plantation April 16, 1779 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To Mrs Bishop for Laying Betty @ the Ferry Sall, and Alice Home House and Jone D. [Dogue] Run 6..0..0
+ Betty A
Female

Health Mount Vernon April 16, 1779 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Mrs Bishop for Delivering 4 Negroes 6..[0]..[0]
+ Betty A
Female

Health Mount Vernon August 06, 1783 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Mrs Bishop for Delivering 5 Negroe Women 2..10..[0]
+ Betty A
Female

Health Ferry Plantation August 06, 1783 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To Mrs Bishop for Diliverg Sarah of Md Hole Lucy of D. Run, Betty of the Ferry L. Alice H. House & Suky in the Neck 2..10..0
+ Betty A
Female

Health Ferry Plantation September 28, 1785 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To Mrs Parker for Diliverg [Delivering] Lucy & Betty @ the Ferry. Amy & Dorchus at M. [Muddy] Hole, and Charity and Silla @ Dogue Run @ 10/ 3..0..0
+ Betty A
Female

Health Ferry Plantation September 28, 1785 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Mrs Parker for Delivering 4 at Muddyhole & 2 at Dogue Run 3..[0]..[0]
+ Betty A
Female

Laborer
Census Ferry Plantation February 18, 1786 Diary Entry, 18 February 1786

+ Betty A
Female

Health Ferry Plantation February 25, 1786 Farm Report, 25 February 1786

Betty (who was sick)
+ Betty A
Female

Laborer
Provisions Ferry Plantation April 1786 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty A
Female

Health Ferry Plantation May 06, 1786 Farm Report, 6 May 1786

Betty Three Days Sick
+ Betty A
Female

Laborer
Provisions Ferry Plantation November 12, 1786 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty A
Female

Laborer
Provisions Ferry Plantation 1787 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty A
Female

Census Ferry Plantation April 1788 List of Taxable Property in Truro Parish, 1788

Blacks above 12 years of age ... [column 5] Will, Paul, Abraham, Paschal, Rose, Sabeen, Lucy, Delia, Daphne, Grace, Tom undr 16, Moses Do [under 16], Issac Do [under 16], Sam Kit, London, Caesar, Cupid, Paul, Betty, Doll, Lucy, Lucy, Flora, Fanny, Rachael, Jenney, Edy, Daphne…
+ Betty A
Female

Cultivator of the Soil
Farm Work Ferry Plantation August 13, 1788 Diary Entry, 13 August 1788

Visited the Ferry, French’s, Dogue run & Muddy hole Plantations. At the first—Three Plows and all the hands were at Work in the Corn ground except Cupid—who was stacking at Frenchs.
+ Betty A
Female

Laborer
Provisions Ferry Plantation 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty A
Female

Laborer
Provisions Ferry Plantation January 29, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty A
Female

Provisions Ferry Plantation July 11, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty A
Female

Health Ferry Plantation August 15, 1789 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Mrs Darcus Parker paid her in part for delivering the followg Women, viz. - Rose & Daphney at Frenches - Siller & Peg at Dogue Run - Betty & Jenny at the Ferry - Darcus at Muddy hole and Charlott at the Mansn House @ 10/ 1..[0]..[0]
+ Betty A
Female

Provisions Ferry Plantation November 07, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty A
Female

Laborer
Provisions Ferry Plantation November 10, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty A
Female

Laborer
Provisions Ferry Plantation November 15, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty A
Female

Provisions Ferry Plantation December 15, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty A
Female

Provisions Ferry Plantation January 16, 1790 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty A
Female

Provisions Ferry Plantation November 05, 1790 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty A
Female

Provisions Ferry Plantation 1791 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty A
Female

Health Ferry Plantation March 05, 1791 Farm Reports, 5 March 1791

By Sickness Betty 5 days
+ Betty A
Female

Laborer
Provisions Ferry Plantation 1792 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty A
Female

Nurse
Health Ferry Plantation January 14, 1792 Farm Reports, 14 January 1792

By Sickness Delia 6 [Days] Moses 6 [Days] Abraham 4 [Days] Lucy 4 [Days] Doll 6 [Days] Daphne 6 [Days] Cupid 4 [Days] & Betty nursing 6 days 42 [Days]
+ Betty A
Female

Nurse
Health Ferry Plantation January 21, 1792 Farm Reports, 21 January 1792

By braking flax 4 [days] Betty Nursing the Sick 6 days 10[Days]
+ Betty A
Female

Health Ferry Plantation April 14, 1792 Farm Reports, 14 April 1792

By sickness, Doll 6 [Days], Old Daph 5 [Days], Betty 4 [Days], Rose 3 [Days], Delia 2 [Days] . 20 [Days]
+ Betty A
Female

Health Union Farm February 16, 1793 Farm Reports, 16 February 1793

By Sickness Rose 6 Betty 6 Frenchs Daph 6 days
+ Betty A
Female

Health Union Farm July 27, 1793 Farm Reports, 27 July 1793

By Sickness Rachel 2 days Betty 2 days
+ Betty A
Female

Health Union Farm August 03, 1793 Farm Reports, 3 August 1793

By sickness Betty 3 [days] Sam 2 [days]
+ Betty A
Female

Health Union Farm February 01, 1794 Farm Reports, 1 February 1794

By Sickness Betty 6 days Lucy 4 d [days] Dafny 4 [days] Ceasar 2 days
+ Betty A
Female

Health Union Farm December 05, 1795 Farm Reports, 5 December 1795

By Sickness Tom 6 days Cupit 6 days London 6 Oald Lucy 6 days Sam kit 4 days Oald Betty 6 days
+ Betty A
Female

Health Union Farm December 12, 1795 Farm Reports, 12 December 1795

By Sickness Oald Lucy 6 days Cupit 6 [days] Betty 6 [days] Daphney 4 days
+ Betty A
Female

Health Union Farm December 19, 1795 Farm Reports, 19 December 1795

By Sickness Oald Betty 4 days Pat 5 days Lucy 6 days
+ Betty A
Female

Slave Value Mount Vernon October 16, 1797 Tax Exemptions, 16 October 1797

The following Negros the property of Gen: Washington Esqr exempted from paying Taxes & Levys in future Vizt Frank, Sam, Dolsey, Janny, Ben, Robbin, Ruth, Hannah, Molly, Hannah, Sue, Doll, Lucy, Flora, Bet, & Cate…
+ Betty A
Female

Cook
Census Union Farm June 1799 Negroes Belonging to George Washington in his own Right and by Marriage, June 1799

+ Betty B
Female

Health River Farm December 13, 1778 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To Mrs Bishop for Laying 4 Women Doll: & suky in the neck & Doll at the Ferry and Sooky at H. [Home] House 6..0..0
+ Betty B
Female

Health Mount Vernon December 13, 1778 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Mrs Bishop for Laying 4 Women 6..[0]..[0]
+ Betty B
Female

Census River Farm March 1785 List of Taxable Property, Fairfax Parish, 1785

A List of Genl Washingtons taxable property in Fairfax Parish March 17<85>…Under 16 years old…Fany, Cornelius, Billy, Ben, Joe, Moses, Ned, Peter, Daniel, Natt, Hugh, Rose, Synthia, Jenny, Betty, Lucy, Dorthy, Phebe, Daphne, Alice, Doll…
+ Betty B
Female

Census River Farm February 18, 1786 Diary Entry, 18 February 1786

+ Betty B
Female

Provisions River Farm December 09, 1786 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty B
Female

Comment River Farm 1787 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty B
Female

Comment River Farm 1788 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty B
Female

Comment River Farm 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty B
Female

Provisions River Farm 1792 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty B
Female

Health River Farm August 10, 1793 Farm Reports, 10 August 1793

By Sickness Daphney 6 [Days] Sall 6 [Days] fanny 2 [Days] , & Betty 1 [Day] 15 [days]
+ Betty B
Female

Health River Farm July 30, 1796 Farm Reports, 30 July 1796

Sal. & Bet. in Child Bead 12 D. [Days]
+ Betty B
Female

Health River Farm January 07, 1797 Farm Reports, 7 January 1797

[Sick] Bett 6 [days]
+ Betty B
Female

Health River Farm January 14, 1797 Farm Reports, 14 January 1797

[Sickness] bet 6 days
+ Betty B
Female

Health River Farm January 21, 1797 Farm Reports, 20 January 1797

Sick Betty 6[days]
+ Betty B
Female

Health River Farm January 28, 1797 Farm Reports, 28 January 1797

[Sickness] Bet 6 days
+ Betty B
Female

Health River Farm February 25, 1797 Farm Reports, 25 February 1797

Bett a sore leg [6 days]
+ Betty B
Female

Health River Farm March 04, 1797 Farm Reports, 4 March 1797

Bett with a sore leg 6 [days]
+ Betty B
Female

Health River Farm March 11, 1797 Farm Reports, 11 March 1797

Bett with a Sore leg 6 [days]
+ Betty B
Female

Unemployed
Health River Farm March 18, 1797 Farm Reports, 18 March 1797

Bett with a Sore leg 6 [days]
+ Betty B
Female

Cultivator of the Soil
Health River Farm September 03, 1797 Farm Reports, 3 September 1797

Bet Lame
+ Betty B
Female

Health River Farm September 09, 1797 Farm Reports, 10 September 1797

Bet Lame 4 days
+ Betty B
Female

Health River Farm October 14, 1797 Farm Reports, 14 October 1797

Sick Natt with a Sore Toe 6 Bett with a Sore leg 3 days
+ Betty B
Female

Health Mount Vernon October 15, 1797 Invoice from Dr. James Craik, 20 June 1799

Zi [one ounce] antirheumatc. [antirheumatic] Tinct. [Tincture] for a N [Negro] woman 0..3..0
+ Betty B
Female

Health River Farm October 21, 1797 Farm Reports, 21 October 1797

Sick...Bett Lame 6 [days]
+ Betty B
Female

Health River Farm October 28, 1797 Farm Reports, 28 October 1797

Sick & Lame, Natt, & Bett both Lame each 6 days
+ Betty B
Female

Health River Farm November 04, 1797 Farm Reports, 11 November 1797

Lame Natt, & Bett Each 6 days
+ Betty B
Female

Health Mansion House November 18, 1797 Farm Reports, 18 November 1797

Lame Natt, & Bett Lame each 6 days
+ Betty B
Female

Health River Farm November 25, 1797 Farm Reports, 25 November 1797

Sick. Old Ben 6, Bett 6 & Alsey 6 days
+ Betty B
Female

Health River Farm December 16, 1797 Farm Reports, 16 December 1797

Bett with a sore leg 6 days
+ Betty B
Female

Health River Farm December 23, 1797 Farm Reports, 23 December 1797

Old Ben in the House 6 & Bett in Child bed 6 days, Doll Attending 2 days 14 [days]
+ Betty B
Female

Health River Farm December 30, 1797 Farm Reports, 30 December 1797

Sick Bett in Childbed…6 days
+ Betty B
Female

Health River Farm January 06, 1798 Farm Reports, 6 January 1798

Bett in Child bed 6 days
+ Betty B
Female

Health River Farm January 13, 1798 Farm Reports, 13 January 1798

Bet in Child bed 6 [days]
+ Betty B
Female

Nurse
Health River Farm April 21, 1798 Farm Reports, 21 April 1798

Betty nursing her sick child 4 [days]
+ Betty B
Female

Health River Farm July 28, 1798 Farm Reports, 28 July 1798

[Sick] Betty 2 [days]
+ Betty B
Female

Health River Farm August 04, 1798 Farm Reports, 4 August 1798

Sick Bett with a Sore leg 3 [days]
+ Betty B
Female

Health Mount Vernon March 23, 1799 Invoice from Dr. James Craik, 20 June 1799

a Cathartic for Betty 0..1..6
+ Betty B
Female

Cultivator of the Soil
Census River Farm June 1799 Negroes Belonging to George Washington in his own Right and by Marriage, June 1799

+ Betty C
Female

Comment Dogue Run 1786 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty C
Female

Census Dogue Run February 18, 1786 Diary Entry, 18 February 1786

+ Betty C
Female

Comment Dogue Run 1787 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty C
Female

Comment Dogue Run 1788 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty C
Female

Comment Dogue Run 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty C
Female

Health Dogue Run January 21, 1797 Farm Reports, 20 January 1797

[Sick] Betty 2 [days]
+ Betty C
Female

Health Dogue Run March 04, 1797 Farm Reports, 4 March 1797

Sick...Bens Bett 4 days
+ Betty C
Female

Health Dogue Run September 03, 1797 Farm Reports, 3 September 1797

Sick Bett 1 Day
+ Betty C
Female

Health Dogue Run December 01, 1798 Farm Reports, 1 December 1798

Bett sick 3 days
+ Betty C
Female

Cultivator of the Soil
Census Dogue Run June 1799 Negroes Belonging to George Washington in his own Right and by Marriage, June 1799

+ Betty D
Female

Cultivator of the Soil
Census Union Farm June 1799 Negroes Belonging to George Washington in his own Right and by Marriage, June 1799

+ Betty D
Female

Cultivator of the Soil
Slave Hire Mount Vernon July 15, 1799 List of Negros, Mrs. French, 15 July 1799

A list of Negros the property the property of Mrs. French, in possession of George Washington, by virtue of a Contract which is to terminate with the life of the former. – … Boys & Girls who work in the Crops … Betty 13 … The Negros contained in this list, with the Remarks on them, are given with accuracy; _ and their ages are entered from their own accounts of them. _ They are a parcel of very likely & healthy people; _ and since the going off, of a fellow called Paul (four or 5 years ago) are as orderly, and as well disposed a set, as any equal number in the Country. _
+ Betty Davis
Female

Health Dogue Run April 25, 1785 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To Mrs Parker for diliverg [delivering] Betty, Sall, Peg, & Lucy at D.R. [Dogue Run] Plantation 2..0..0
+ Betty Davis
Female

Health Mount Vernon April 25, 1785 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Mrs Parker for Delivering 4 Negroe Woman 2..[0]..[0]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Laborer
Census Dogue Run February 18, 1786 Diary Entry, 18 February 1786

+ Betty Davis
Female

Laborer
Provisions Dogue Run April 1786 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty Davis
Female

Laborer
Health Dogue Run August 26, 1786 Farm Report, 26 August 1786

Betty sick 2 days
+ Betty Davis
Female

Laborer
Provisions Dogue Run November 11, 1786 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty Davis
Female

Laborer
Provisions Dogue Run 1787 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty Davis
Female

Provisions Dogue Run January 13, 1787 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

By heeling, soaling & 1/2 vampg [vamping] 1 pr. [pair of shoes] for Betty at Do [Dogue Run] 0..1..2
+ Betty Davis
Female

Cultivator of the Soil
Provisions Dogue Run February 1787 Mount Vernon Store Book, 1787

12 bushl bag to Betty Davis for sowing oats at Dogue Run
+ Betty Davis
Female

Laborer
Provisions Dogue Run December 22, 1787 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty Davis
Female

Census Dogue Run April 1788 List of Taxable Property in Truro Parish, 1788

Blacks above 12 years of age … [column 4] Peg, Sackey, Darcus, Amy, Nancy, Molly undr 16, Morris 1t, Robin, Adam, Jack 1t, Jack 2d, Dick, Ben, Matt, Morris 2d, Brunswick (past service), Hannah, Lucy, Moll, Jenny, Silla, Charity, Betty, Peg, Sall, Grace, Sue, Agga undr 16 …
+ Betty Davis
Female

Laborer
Provisions Dogue Run July 1788 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty Davis
Female

Laborer
Provisions Dogue Run November 10, 1788 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty Davis
Female

Laborer
Provisions Dogue Run January 03, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty Davis
Female

Laborer
Provisions Dogue Run January 26, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty Davis
Female

Laborer
Provisions Dogue Run July 11, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty Davis
Female

Laborer
Provisions Dogue Run November 07, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty Davis
Female

Laborer
Provisions Dogue Run December 15, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty Davis
Female

Laborer
Provisions Dogue Run January 16, 1790 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty Davis
Female

Health Dogue Run July 10, 1790 Farm Reports, 10 July 1790

By Sickness Brunswick 6 days - Hannah 6 – Charety - & Betty 3
+ Betty Davis
Female

Health Ferry Plantation August 14, 1790 Farm Reports, 14 August 1790

By Sickness Rachel and Fanny in child bed 12 days – Isaac lame 6 ditto [days] – Betty Sick 4 [days] & Daphny 4 [days] 26 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Provisions Dogue Run November 05, 1790 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty Davis
Female

Health Dogue Run December 04, 1790 Farm Reports, 4 December 1790

By Sickness Brunswick 6 days. Hannah 6 [days]. Molly 6 [days]. Charity 6 [days]. Ben 6 [days]. Jenny 6 [days]. Betty in Chi[l]d bed deliverd of a Girl 6 days
+ Betty Davis
Female

Health Dogue Run December 11, 1790 Farm Reports, 11 December 1790

By Sickness Betty in chid bed 6 days -Brunswick sick 6 [days] - Hannah 6 [days] – Matt 1 [day] [total days] 19
+ Betty Davis
Female

Health Dogue Run December 23, 1790 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Mrs Darcus Parker pd [paid] her in full of all demands for delivering the following Women - Cornelia - Agnes - & Alice - at River Plantn [Plantation] - Doll - Fanny - Rachael - & Lucy - at the Ferry - Grace - Charity - Siller & Betty Davis - at Dogue Run - Molly - Peg & Nancy - at Muddy hole - Kitty & Alice - at the Mansn [Mansion] House in all 16 - @ 10/ 8..[0]..[0]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Health Dogue Run December 25, 1790 Farm Reports, 25 December 1790

By Sickness Brunswick 6 days Hannah 6 [days]- Jack 2 [days] - Betty in child bed 6 [days] - Sue tending Do [Betty Davis] 6 [days] 26 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Provisions Dogue Run 1791 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty Davis
Female

Seamstress
Reassignment Dogue Run January 29, 1791 Farm Reports, 29 January 1791

By Old Sue striping Tobo [Tobacco] 6 days - Betty sewing on acct [account] of being lame 3 Do [days] 9 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Health Dogue Run January 29, 1791 Farm Reports, 29 January 1791

By Sickness Betty 3 days - Brunswick 6 [days], Hannah 6 [days] 15 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Dogue Run February 05, 1791 Farm Reports, 5 February 1791

By Betty making Negroes Shirts on acct of being Lame 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Health Dogue Run July 30, 1791 Farm Reports, 30 July 1791

By Sickness Bett Davis 5 days Charity 4 & Judith 2 do [Days] 11 [Days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Health Dogue Run September 17, 1791 Farm Reports, 17 September 1791

By Sickness Matt 1 day Bet Davis 3 days 4 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Laborer
Provisions Dogue Run 1792 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty Davis
Female

Health Mount Vernon January 16, 1792 Letter from Anthony Whitting, 15 January 1792

my time has been very much taken up with the Sick people in preparing medicine & attending them. I have applyd to Dr. Craik & he has been down & I have frequently his directions. We have several now very sick - Beck at Ferry I think will not recover, Isaacs two Girls Mima & Ally are both very poorly & Young Boatswain is very Sick. Some of the others Sall at Dogue Run, Betty Davis, Delia at frenchs, Charlotte [and] Caroline &c [etcetera] are now better.
+ Betty Davis
Female

Laborer
Provisions Dogue Run December 1792 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty Davis
Female

Health Mansion House January 12, 1793 Farm Reports, 12 January 1793

Betty Davis in Child Bed 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House February 16, 1793 Farm Reports, 16 February 1793

By Betty Davis making 9 Shirts 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House March 16, 1793 Farm Reports, 17 March 1793

By Betty Davis do [spinning] 6 pd of Tow Yarn 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House March 23, 1793 Farm Reports, 23 March 1793

By Betty Davis do [spinning] 6 pd of Tow 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House July 27, 1793 Farm Reports, 27 July 1793

By Betty Davis do [Spinning] 6 pd of do [yarn] 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House August 03, 1793 Farm Reports, 3 August 1793

By Betty Davis do [Spinning] 6 pd [pounds] of do [Yarn] 6 [Days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House August 10, 1793 Farm Reports, 10 August 1793

By Betty Davis do [Spinning] 6 pd [Pounds] of do [Yarn] 6 [Days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House August 31, 1793 Farm Reports, 31 August 1793

By Betty Davis do [Spinning] 6 pd of do [Yarn] 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House December 28, 1793 Farm Reports, 28 December 1793

By Betty Davis Knitting 1 par of stocking 3 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House February 08, 1794 Farm Reports, 8 February 1794

By Betty Davis do [spinning] 6 pd of do [yarn] 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House May 31, 1794 Farm Reports, 31 May 1794

By Betty Davis [sowing] 6 do [Shirts] 4 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Health Mansion House May 31, 1794 Farm Reports, 31 May 1794

By Sickness Sall 6 days Betty Davis 2 days
+ Betty Davis
Female

Cultivator of the Soil
Health Mount Vernon July 20, 1794 Letter to William Pearce, 20 July 1794

What is the matter with Betty Davis, & Doll at Union Farm, that they are—more than half their time—placed on the sick list?
+ Betty Davis
Female

Health Mansion House August 30, 1794 Farm Reports, 30 August 1794

By Sieckness Betty Davis 6 days Sarah 3 days
+ Betty Davis
Female

Health Mansion House November 01, 1794 Farm Reports, 1 November 1794

By sickness Betty Davis 6 days Caroline 3 days
+ Betty Davis
Female

Provisions Mount Vernon November 04, 1794 Manager Ledger (William Pearce), 1794-1797

By Bet Davis 1 pr [shoes] ... 1
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House November 08, 1794 Farm Reports, 8 November 1794

By Betty Davis do [spinning] 6 pd of do [yarn] 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Health Mansion House February 14, 1795 Farm Reports, 14 February 1795

By Sieckness Betty Davis 6 days Caroline 6 days Doll 6 days Malilda 1 ½ day Sall 1 day
+ Betty Davis
Female

Cultivator of the Soil
Health February 15, 1795 Letter to William Pearce, 15 February 1795

By the Reports I perceive also, that for every day Betty Davis works she is laid up two. If she is indulged in this idleness she will grow worse and worse, for she has a disposition to be one of the most idle creatures upon earth; and is, besides, one of the most deceitful.
+ Betty Davis
Female

Health Mansion House February 21, 1795 Farm Reports, 21 February 1795

By Sieckness Betty Davis 6 days Sall 6 days Doll 6 days
+ Betty Davis
Female

Health Mount Vernon March 08, 1795 Letter to William Pearce, 8 March 1795

_and what kind of sickness is Betty Davis's, that it should have had a similar effect upon her? If pretended ailments, without apparent causes, or visible effects, will screen her, from work, I shall get no service at all from her; for a more lazy, deceitful and impudent huzzy, is not to be found in the United States than she is.
+ Betty Davis
Female

Health March 22, 1795 Letter to William Pearce, 22 March 1795

I observe what you say of Betcy Davis &ca. but I never found so much difficulty as you seem to apprehend, in distinguishing between real and feigned sickness; or when a person is much afflicted with pain. Nobody can be very sick without having a fever, nor will a fever or any other disorder continue long upon any one without reducing them: Pain also, if it be such as to yield entirely to its force, week after week, will appear by its effects; but my people (many of them) will lay up a month, at the end of which no visible change in their countenance, nor the loss of an oz [ounce] of flesh, is discoverable; and their allowance of provision is going on as if nothing ailed them. There cannot, surely, be any real sickness under such circumstances as I have described; nor ought such people to be improperly endulged. It should be made one of the primary duties of every Overseer to attend closely, and particularly to those under his care who really are, or pretend to be, sick; to see that the first receive aid and comfort in time, and before it is too late to apply them; and that the others do not impose upon him. In the first case you ought to be immediately notified, as delay is often dangerous; and in the second, where the matter is at all doubtful, you ought to be the judge, for I am as unwilling to have any person, in my service, forced to work when they are unable, as I am to have them skulk from it, when they are fit for it.
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House May 30, 1795 Farm Reports, 30 May 1795

By Betty Davis Spinning 5 pd of yarn 5 days
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House July 11, 1795 Farm Reports, 11 July 1795

By Betty Davis do [spinning] 6 pd of do [yarn] 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House July 18, 1795 Farm Reports, 18 July 1795

By Betty Davis do [spinning] 6 pd of do [yarn] 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Health Mansion House December 05, 1795 Farm Reports, 5 December 1795

By Sieckness Doll 6 days Betty Davis 6 Charlotte 3
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House December 19, 1795 Farm Reports, 19 December 1795

By Betty Davis Spinning 6 pd of yarn 6 days
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House January 16, 1796 Farm Reports, 16 January 1796

By Betty Davis spinning 6 pd of Tow thread 6 days
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House April 16, 1796 Farm Reports, 16 April 1796

By Betty Davis Spinning 6 pd of gow [tow] Thread 6 days
+ Betty Davis
Female

Health Mansion House July 30, 1796 Farm Reports, 30 July 1796

By Sieckness Betty Davis 6 days
+ Betty Davis
Female

Health Mansion House October 22, 1796 Farm Reports, 22 October 1796

By Sieckness Doll...Betty Davis 6 days
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House November 12, 1796 Farm Reports, 12 November 1796

By Betti Davis Spinning 6 pd of do [yarn] 6 days
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House November 19, 1796 Farm Reports, 19 November 1796

By Betty Davis Spinning 6 pd of yarn 6 days
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House January 07, 1797 Farm Reports, 7 January 1797

By Betty Davis Spinning 6 Lib. of Yarn 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House January 14, 1797 Farm Reports, 14 January 1797

Betty Davis [spinning] 1 lb of Tow [yarn]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House January 21, 1797 Farm Reports, 20 January 1797

By Betsy Davis Spinning 5 Lib [pounds] Tow Yarn 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House January 28, 1797 Farm Reports, 28 January 1797

Betsy Davis spinning 5 Lib. Tow Yarn 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House February 04, 1797 Farm Reports, 4 February 1797

Betty Davis Do [Spinning] 2 Lib. [lb] of Do [Tow yarn] 2 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Health February 04, 1797 Farm Reports, 4 February 1797

[Sickness] Betty Davis 4 days
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House February 11, 1797 Farm Reports, 11 February 1797

Betsey Davis 5 lb. do [spinning] do [Tow Yarn] 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House February 18, 1797 Farm Reports, 18 February 1797

Betsey Davis [Spinning] 5 lb. do [Tow Yarn] 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House February 25, 1797 Farm Reports, 25 February 1797

Betsey Davis [Spinning] 5 do [Tow Yarn] 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House March 04, 1797 Farm Reports, 4 March 1797

Betsey Davis [Spinning] 5 do do [pounds Tow Yarn] 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House March 11, 1797 Farm Reports, 11 March 1797

By Betty Davis do [spinning] 1 1/2 pd of do [Tow Yarn] 62[days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Health Mansion House March 11, 1797 Farm Reports, 11 March 1797

[SiecKness] Betty Davis 4 days
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House March 18, 1797 Farm Reports, 18 March 1797

By Betty Davis do [spinning] 5 pd. of do [Tow Yarn] 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House March 25, 1797 Farm Reports, 25 March 1797

Betsey Davis, 8 Shirts & 3 aprons 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House April 01, 1797 Farm Reports, 1 April 1797

Betsey Davis Sewing 9 Shirts 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House April 08, 1797 Farm Reports, 8 April 1797

Betsey Sewing 9 Shirts 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House April 15, 1797 Farm Reports, 15 April 1797

Betsey Davis [Spinning] Sewing 9 Shirts 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House April 22, 1797 Farm Reports, 22 April 1797

Betsey Davis Sewing 8 Shirts,[ and Alsey 8 Shirts 5 [days]] each
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House April 29, 1797 Farm Reports, 29 April 1797

Betsey Davis [Spinning] 5 lb. Flax Yarn 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House May 06, 1797 Farm Reports, 6 May 1797

Betsey Davis [Spinning] 2 do [lb.] & 4 do [lb.] Woolen Yarn 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House May 13, 1797 Farm Reports, 13 May 1797

Betsey Davis Do [Spinning] 5 Lib. of Do [Flax yarn] 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House May 20, 1797 Farm Reports, 20 May 1797

Betsy Davis Do [Spinning] 5 Lib. of Do [Flax yarn] 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House May 27, 1797 Farm Reports, 27 May 1797

Betsey Davis [Spinning] 5 do do [lb. flax Yarn] 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House June 03, 1797 Farm Reports, 3 June 1797

Betsey Davis [Spinning] 3 lb. do [Flax] & 2 lb. Wool Yarn 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House June 10, 1797 Farm Reports, 10 June 1797

Betsy Davis Do [spinning] 4 Lib. of wool yarn 5 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House June 17, 1797 Farm Reports, 17 June 1797

Betsy Davis [spinning] 6 Lib. of Do [Tow Yarn] [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Health Mansion House June 24, 1797 Farm Reports, 24 June 1797

Sickness Betsy Davis 6 days Ana 6 days Dolsy 4 days 16 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work July 01, 1797 Farm Reports, 1 July 1797

Betsy Davis Do [Spinning] 6 Lib. of Do [wool yarn] 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House July 08, 1797 Farm Reports, 8 July 1797

Betsy Davis Do [Spinning] 6 Lib. of Do [wool yarn] 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Health Mansion House July 15, 1797 Farm Reports, 15 July 1797

[Sickness] Betsy Davis 6 days
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House July 22, 1797 Farm Reports, 22 July 1797

Betsy Davis [Spinning] 4½ Lib. of Do [wool Yarn] 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House July 29, 1797 Farm Reports, 29 July 1797

Betsy Davis Do [Spinning] 6 Lib. of Do [wool yarn]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House August 05, 1797 Farm Reports, 5 August 1797

Betsy Davis Do [spinning] 3 Lib. of Do [Wool Yarn]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Health Mansion House August 09, 1797 Farm Reports, 12 August 1797

Betsey Davis in Child Bed 6 days
+ Betty Davis
Female

Health Mansion House August 19, 1797 Farm Reports, 19 August 1797

Betsy Davis in Child Bed 6 days
+ Betty Davis
Female

Health Mansion House August 26, 1797 Farm Reports, 26 August 1797

Betsy Davis in Child Bed 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Health Mansion House September 03, 1797 Farm Reports, 3 September 1797

[Sickness] Betsy Davis 6 days
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House September 09, 1797 Farm Reports, 10 September 1797

By Betsy Davis Spinning 6 Lib. of Wool Yarn
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House September 16, 1797 Farm Reports, 16 September 1797

By Betsy Davis Spinning 6 lb. of Wool into Yarn
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House September 23, 1797 Farm Reports, 23 September 1797

By Betsy Davis Spining 6 lb. Wool
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House September 30, 1797 Farm Reports, 30 September 1797

By Betsey Davis Spining 6 lb. of Wool
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House October 07, 1797 Farm Reports, 7 October 1797

By Betsey Davis Spining 6 lb. Tow Yarn
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House October 14, 1797 Farm Reports, 21 October 1797

[Omitted in the previous week] Betsey Davis [Spinning] 5 do [pounds wool] 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House October 21, 1797 Farm Reports, 21 October 1797

Betsey Davis [Spinning] 6 [pounds] wool 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House October 28, 1797 Farm Reports, 28 October 1797

Betsey Davis [Spinning] 5 do [lb. Wool Yarn] in Town one day
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House November 04, 1797 Farm Reports, 4 November 1797

Betsey Davis [Spinning] 5 [lb. Wool Yarn] And in Town 1 day
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House November 11, 1797 Farm Reports, 11 November 1797

Betsey Davis [Spinning] 6 do [lb. Wool]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House November 18, 1797 Farm Reports, 18 November 1797

Betsey Davis [Spinning] 6 do [lb. Wool]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House November 25, 1797 Farm Reports, 25 November 1797

Betsey Davis [Spinning] 5½ do [lb. Wool]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House December 03, 1797 Farm Reports, 3 December 1797

Betsey Davis [spinning] 1 do [lb. of wool] 6 do [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Health Mansion House December 03, 1797 Farm Reports, 3 December 1797

Sick Betsey Davis 5 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House December 09, 1797 Farm Reports, 9 December 1797

Betsey Davis [Spinning] 4½ do [lb. Wool]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Health Mansion House December 09, 1797 Farm Reports, 9 December 1797

Sick...Betsey Davis 1½ [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Health Mansion House December 16, 1797 Farm Reports, 16 December 1797

Sick Delia 6 & Betsey Davis 6 days & Judith 3
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House January 27, 1798 Farm Reports, 27 January 1798

Betsey Davis [Spinning] 6 [pounds] of Wool Yarn 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House February 10, 1798 Farm Reports, 10 February 1798 (Addendum)

Betsey Davis [spinning] 6 lb. [pound] do [Wool] 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Health Mount Vernon February 15, 1798 Invoice from Dr. James Craik, 20 June 1799

a papr. [paper] Laxatv. [Laxative] Ingts. [Ingredients] for Betsey Davis 0..4..6
+ Betty Davis
Female

Health Mansion House February 18, 1798 Farm Reports, 18 February 1798

Sick Betsey Davis 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Health Mansion House February 25, 1798 Farm Reports, 25 February 1798

Sick Betsey Davis 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Health Mansion House March 03, 1798 Farm Reports, 3 March 1798

[Sick] Betsey Davis 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House March 10, 1798 Farm Reports, 10 March 1798

Betsey Davis [spinning] Cotton Yarn 2 1/4 [lb.] [ pound] 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House March 17, 1798 Farm Reports, 17 March 1798

[By] Betsey Davis [spinning] 2 1/4 [pounds] Cotton thread 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House March 24, 1798 Farm Reports, 24 March 1798

[By] Betsey Davis do [Spinning] 2 1/4 [pounds] of Cotton 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House March 31, 1798 Farm Reports, 31 March 1798

By Betsy Davis Spinning 2 1/4 lb. [pound] Cotton 6 days
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House April 07, 1798 Farm Reports, 7 April 1798

Betsey Davis [spinning] 2 1/2 lb. [pound] Cotton 6 ds [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House April 14, 1798 Farm Reports, 14 April 1798

By Betsy Davis Spinning 5 lbs. [pound] Toe [tow] thread 6 ds. [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House April 21, 1798 Farm Reports, 21 April 1798

By Bettsey Davis Spinning 5 lb. [pound] Toe [tow] Thread 6 ds. [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House April 28, 1798 Farm Reports, 28 April 1798

Betsy Davis Sewing 9 Shirts 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House May 05, 1798 Farm Reports, 5 May 1798

Betsy Davis Sewing 9 Shirts 6 days
+ Betty Davis
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House May 12, 1798 Farm Reports, 12 May 1798

Betsy Davis sewg. Making 4 shirts 3 days
+ Betty Davis
Female

Health Mansion House May 12, 1798 Farm Reports, 12 May 1798

[Betty Davis] 2 days sick
+ Betty Davis
Female

Health Mount Vernon May 15, 1798 Invoice from Dr. James Craik, 20 June 1799

Zss [half-ounce] Diaphtc. [Diaphoretic] drops for Betty Davis 0..3..0
+ Betty Davis
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House May 19, 1798 Farm Reports, 19 May 1798

By Betsy Davis making 9 shirts 6 ds [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House May 26, 1798 Farm Reports, 26 May 1798

Betsy Davis making 9 shirts 6 ds [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House June 02, 1798 Farm Reports, 2 June 1798

Betsey Davis makg. 12 shifts 6 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House June 16, 1798 Farm Reports, 16 June 1798

Betty Davis spinning 2 ½ lbs cotton 6 days
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House June 23, 1798 Farm Reports, 23 June 1798

Betsy Davis spinning – 6 lb yarn 6 ds [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House June 30, 1798 Farm Reports, 30 June 1798

Betsey Davis spinning 6 lb yarn 6 d. [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House July 07, 1798 Farm Reports, 7 July 1798

Betsey Davis Spinning 6 lb. [pound] yarn 6 ds. [days] Anna [Spinning] 6 lb. [pound] [yarn] 6 days
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House July 14, 1798 Farm Reports, 14 July 1798

Betsy Davis spinning 6 lb. Yarn 6 ds [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House July 21, 1798 Farm Reports, 21 July 1798

Betsy Davis Spinning 6 lb. Wool
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House July 28, 1798 Farm Reports, 28 July 1798

Betty Davis Spinning 6 lb. Wool
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House August 04, 1798 Farm Reports, 4 August 1798

Betty Davis spinning 6 lb. Wool
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House August 11, 1798 Farm Reports, 11 August 1798

Betsey Davis Spinning 6 lb. Wool
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House August 18, 1798 Farm Reports, 18 August 1798

Betsy Davis Spinning 6 lb. wool
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House August 25, 1798 Farm Reports, 25 August 1798

Betsy Davis spinning 6 lb. Wool
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House September 01, 1798 Farm Reports, 1 September 1798

Betsy Davis Sping 6 lb. Wool
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House September 08, 1798 Farm Reports, 8 September 1798

Betsy Davis Sping [spinning] 3 ds. [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Nurse
Health September 08, 1798 Farm Reports, 8 September 1798

Betsy Davis...With her sick Child 3 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House September 15, 1798 Farm Reports, 15 September 1798

Betty Davis spinning 6 lb. wool, Anna do [spinning] 6 lb. do [wool], & Delphia [spinning] 6 lb. do [wool] 18 [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Health Mansion House September 22, 1798 Farm Reports, 22 September 1798

Betty Davis sick 6 ds. [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House September 29, 1798 Farm Reports, 29 September 1798

Betsy Davis spinning 6 lb. wool 6 ds. [days]
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House October 06, 1798 Farm Reports, 6 October 1798

Betty Davis spinning 6 lb. [pounds] wool
+ Betty Davis
Female

Health Mansion House October 11, 1798 Manager Ledger (James Anderson), 1797-1798

[By] Negroe Nell Mrs. Masons for delivery of 5 Negroe Women, sometime ago, Caroline, Sall, Bett, Alsey R. Farm & Grace Union Farm $2 each [$] 10
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House October 13, 1798 Farm Reports, 13 October 1798

Betty Davis Spinning 6 lb. [pounds] yarn
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House October 20, 1798 Farm Reports, 20 October 1798

Betty Davis Spinning 6 lb. [pounds] Wool
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House October 27, 1798 Farm Reports, 27 October 1798

Betty Davis sping [spinning] 6 lb. [pounds] Wool
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House November 03, 1798 Farm Reports, 3 November 1798

Betty Davis Spinning 6 lb. Wool
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House November 10, 1798 Farm Reports, 10 November 1798

Betsy Davis Spinning 6 lb. wool
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House November 17, 1798 Farm Reports, 17 November 1798

Betty Davis spinning 6 lb. yarn
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House November 24, 1798 Farm Reports, 24 November 1798

Betty Davis Spinning 6 lb. wool
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House December 01, 1798 Farm Reports, 1 December 1798

Betsy Davis spinning 6 lb. wool
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House December 08, 1798 Farm Reports, 8 December 1798

Betty davis Spinning 6 lb. wool
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House December 15, 1798 Farm Reports, 15 December 1798

Betty Davis Spinning 6 lb. wool
+ Betty Davis
Female

Health Mount Vernon March 13, 1799 Invoice from Dr. Robert H. Wade, 16 April 1799

[To] do [bleeding &] do [medicine for] Betsey Davis ..9..0
+ Betty Davis
Female

Health Mount Vernon April 12, 1799 Invoice from Dr. Robert H. Wade, 16 April 1799

[To] Medicine for Betsy Davis
+ Betty Davis
Female

Spinner
Census Mansion House June 1799 Negroes Belonging to George Washington in his own Right and by Marriage, June 1799

+ Betty E
Female

Laborer
Census Dogue Run June 04, 1761 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1761

A List of Tithables in Fairfax County given in June 4th 1761 George Washington … Do: Run Plann: ... Peros, Jack, Cæsar, Cupid, Betty, Sarah, Sue, Lucy. …
+ Betty E
Female

Laborer
Census Dogue Run June 19, 1762 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1762

A List of Tythables in Fairfax County—given into Captn Daniel McCarty—June 9th 1762—viz. George Washington ... Dogue Run: ... Peros, Will, Cæsar, Troy, Stafford, Betty, Sarah, Sue, Lucy. …
+ Betty E
Female

Laborer
Census Dogue Run June 10, 1763 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1763

A List of Lands entered agreable to Act of Assembly made in November 1762 and given in with the List of Tythables in Fairfax Cty 10th June 1763 to Collo. Jno. Carlyle George Washington ... Doegs Run: ... Peros, Will, London, Cæsar, Stafford, Essex, Orford, Betty, Sue, Flora, Lucy, Jone, Moll. …
+ Betty E
Female

Laborer
Census Dogue Run June 17, 1764 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1764

A List of Tythables in Truro Parish—Fairfax County—also of Wheel Carriages—given in June 17th 1764. George Washington ...Doeg Run: ... Peros, Will, London, Stafford, Essex, Orford, Betty, Sue, Flora, Lucy, Jone, Moll….
+ Betty E
Female

Laborer
Census Dogue Run July 02, 1765 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1765

A List of Tythables in Truro Parish—Fairfax County—als[o] of Wheel Carriages—given in July 2d 1765 George Washington ... Doeg Run P.: Jas Devenport, Mat, London, Stafford, Essex, Orford, Robin, [377] Betty, Sue, Flora, Lucy, Jone, Moll. …
+ Betty E
Female

Laborer
Census Dogue Run June 16, 1766 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1766

A List of Tythables in Truro Parish—Fairfax County—also of Wheel Carriages—given in June 16 1766. George Washington ...Doeg Run: Morris, Mat, Essex, Stafford, Robin, Orford, Bob, Paul, Hannah, Betty, Sue, Lucy, Flora, Jone, Moll. …
+ Betty E
Female

Laborer
Census Dogue Run June 15, 1767 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1767

A List of Tithables in Truro Parish—Fairfax County—Also of Wheel Carriages—given in June 15th 1767. George Washington ..Doeg Run: Morris, Matt, Essex, Ben, Jupiter, [516] Robin, Bob, Paul, Hannah, Sue, Betty, Jone, Moll. …
+ Betty E
Female

Laborer
Census Dogue Run June 20, 1768 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1768

A List of Tithables in Truro Parish—Fairfax—Also of the Wheel Carriages—given in June 20: 1768 George Washington ... Doeg Run: Morris, Matt, Essex, Ben, Jupiter, Robin, Bob, Paul, Hannah, Sue, Betty, Jone, Moll. …
+ Betty E
Female

Laborer
Census Dogue Run June 20, 1769 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1769

A List of Tithables in Truro Parish & Fairfax County given in June 20th 1769. George Washington ...Doeg Run: Morris, Matt, Essex, Ben, Jupiter, Robin, Bob, Paul, Hannah, Sue, Betty, Jone, Moll. …
+ Betty E
Female

Laborer
Census Dogue Run July 16, 1770 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1770

A List of Tithables in Truro Parish Fairfax County—given in July 16th 1770. George Washington, Lund Washington … Doeg run Pl.: Morris, Matt, Bath, Jupiter, Robin, Bob, Paul, Hannah, Sue, Betty, Jone, Moll, Lucy. …
+ Betty E
Female

Laborer
Census Dogue Run June 14, 1771 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1771

A List of Tythables—in Truro Parish—Fairfax County—given in 14th June 1771. George Washington, Lund Washington ..[Dogue Run] Morris, Matt, Bath, Jupiter, Robin, Bob, Paul, Walley, Hannah, Sue, Betty, Jone, Moll, Lucy …
+ Betty E
Female

Laborer
Census Dogue Run June 10, 1772 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1772

A List of Tythables—in Truro Parish Fairfax County—June 10 1772. Geo: Washington, Lund Washington ...[Dogue Run] Morris, Matt, Bath, Jupiter, Robin, Bob, Walley, Hannah, Sue, [55] Betty, Jone, Moll, Lucy. …
+ Betty E
Female

Laborer
Census Dogue Run June 09, 1773 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1773

A List of Tithables—in—Truro Parish Fairfax County—9th June 1773. Geo: Washington, Lund Washington... [Dogue Run] Morris, Matt, Bath, Robin, Bob, Morris, Hannah, Sue, Betty, Lucy. ...
+ Betty E
Female

Cultivator of the Soil
Provisions Dogue Run 1774 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To Do [Clothes] for women Hanna, Sue, Moll, Joan, Betty a Pettycoat 2 shifts, a Jackett, 1 p. Stockings & 1 pair shoes each a
+ Betty E
Female

Laborer
Census Dogue Run July 1774 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1774

A List of Tithables—in Truro Parish Fairfax County—July 1774. George Washington, Jno. Parke Custis, Lund Washington ...[Dogue Run] Morris, Dick, Matt, Jack, Robin, Bob, Morris, Hannah, Sue, Betty, Jone, Moll, Lucy...
+ Betty F
Female

Slave Inheritance April 11, 1743 Will of Augustine Washington, 11 April 1743

Item I give unto my said daughter Betty a Negro Child Named Mary Daughter to sue & another Named Betty Daughter to Judy
+ Betty F
Female

Census Ferry Farm July 1, 1743 Inventory of the King George County Estate of Augustine Washington, 1 July 1743

Negro's … Betty 15..
+ Betty G
Female

Slave Inheritance December 10, 1754 Memorandum II, Division of the Slaves of Lawrence Washington, 1754

+ Betty G
Female

Slave Inheritance December 10, 1754 Memorandum III, Division of the Slaves of Lawrence Washington, 1754

+ Betty H
Female

Slave Inheritance Fredericksburg May 20, 1788 Will of Mary Ball Washington, 4 December 1789

ITEM I give & devise to my grandson Corbin Washington my Negroe wench Old Bet my riding Chair & two blk Horses, to him and his assigns for ever.
+ Betty I
Female

Slave Inheritance Fredericksburg May 20, 1788 Will of Mary Ball Washington, 4 December 1789

ITEM I give and devise to my grand daughter Betty Carter my negro woman little Bet & her future increase to her and her assigns for ever …
+ Betty J
Female

Slave Purchase New Kent County April 24, 1788 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By the following Negroes & Stock purchased on my acct by Mr Burwell Bassett as per his Letter & memo of this date viz. Negroes. Jenny, Anna, Laura, Jenney for … £85.10.0 Phillis, Seilla £56.5 Jess £90.2 … 146.7.0 Moses £52.10 Clara, Burwell, Chas Anthony £99 151.11.0 Sall £22.10 Kate & Child 52.10 … 75.0.0 Onez, Mary £10.10s. Betty, Louisa £48.15 … 59.5.0 Billy £52.10s Sukey £52, Dinah £30 … 134.10.0 Moses £60.10s .. George £60.1s .. Jenez £67.11s 188.2.0 Ned 67.11. John £45 … 112.18.0 Dick £37. Anderson £30. Abram £65 … 132.0.0 Frederick £60. Jack Slow £64.15 … 124.15.0 Pleasant £15.1. Major £71 … 86.1.0 [Total] 1295..11..[0]
+ Betty L
Female

Census Rockahock December 1771 List of Slaves Belonging to George Washington & John Parke Custis, December 1771

An Inventory of the Negro’s belonging to G. Washington & J. P. Custis As given in by the respective Overseers after the death of Mr Joseph Valentine in the Month of Decr 1771…New Kent County…nan 65, Mi 44, Old 44, Jenny 38, Bella 36, Nell 28, Beck 27, Am 27, Nan 24, A 20, Little Nan 16, Mill 15, Little Dinah 14, Sall 14, Nan 10, Elly 9, Rose 6, Moll 4, 4, 3, M 3, 2, Little 2, Little 3M., Little Jude 1M. …
+ Betty M
Female

Seamstress
Slave Inheritance 1759 List of Artisans and Household Slaves in the Estate, c.1759

Servants in & abt the House…
+ Betty M
Female

House Servant
Slave Value New Kent County October 1759 Assignment of the Widow's Dower, ca 1759

House Servants … [Column 1] Breechy £50, Doll 40, Betty & Chd Austin 60, [Column 2] Beck 50, Jenny 45, Sall 35 … £ 280…
+ Betty M
Female

House Servant
Census Mansion House May 1760 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1760

List of Tithables given in June 1st 1760—Fairfax County George Washington ...—2. House Servants: Breechy, Jack, Nat, Schomberg, Doll, Jenny, Betty, Phillis, Moll—9….
+ Betty M
Female

House Servant
Census Mansion House June 04, 1761 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1761

A List of Tithables in Fairfax County given in June 4th 1761 George Washington Ho. Servants: Breechy, Schomberg, Jack, Nat, Doll, Jenny, Betty, Phillis, Moll, Sall….
+ Betty M
Female

House Servant
Census Mansion House June 19, 1762 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1762

A List of Tythables in Fairfax County—given into Captn Daniel McCarty—June 9th 1762—viz. George Washington Ho. Servants: ... Breechy, Schomberg, Jack, Doll, Jenny, Betty, Phillis, Moll, Sall, Kate. …
+ Betty M
Female

House Servant
Census Mansion House June 10, 1763 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1763

A List of Lands entered agreable to Act of Assembly made in November 1762 and given in with the List of Tythables in Fairfax Cty 10th June 1763 to Collo. Jno. Carlyle George Washington ... House Servts &ca: Breechy, Schomberg, Jack, Doll, Jenny, Betty, Sarah, Kate, Betty, Sall, Moll, Jack, Jack, Jack, Ned, Charles, Davy. …
+ Betty M
Female

House Servant
Census Mansion House June 17, 1764 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1764

A List of Tythables in Truro Parish—Fairfax County—also of Wheel Carriages—given in June 17th 1764. George Washington ... Ho. Servts: Breachy, Jack, Schomberg, Doll, Jenny, Betty, Sarah, Kate, Betty, Sall, Moll….
+ Betty M
Female

House Servant
Census Mansion House July 02, 1765 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1765

A List of Tythables in Truro Parish—Fairfax County—als[o] of Wheel Carriages—given in July 2d 1765 George Washington ... Ho. Servants: Breachy, Jack, Schomberg, Doll, Jenny, Betty, Sarah, Kate, Sall, Moll. …
+ Betty M
Female

House Servant
Census Mansion House June 16, 1766 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1766

A List of Tythables in Truro Parish—Fairfax County—also of Wheel Carriages—given in June 16 1766. George Washington Lund Washington, Walter Magowan, Thomas Davis. Ho. Servants: Breechy, Harry, Schomberg, Frank, Doll, Jenny, Betty, Moll, Sall, Phillis, Kate, Winney, Sarah. …
+ Betty M
Female

House Servant
Census Mansion House June 15, 1767 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1767

A List of Tithables in Truro Parish—Fairfax County—Also of Wheel Carriages—given in June 15th 1767. George Washington ... Ho. Servants: Breechy, Julius, Harry, Schomberg, Frank, Doll, Jenny, Betty, Moll, Sall, Phillis, Kate, Winney, Sarah, Giles. …
+ Betty M
Female

House Servant
Census Mansion House June 20, 1769 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1769

A List of Tithables in Truro Parish & Fairfax County given in June 20th 1769. George Washington ... Ho. Servants: Breechy, Billy, Julius, Harry, Schomberg, Doll, Jenny, Betty, Moll, Sall, Phillis,1 Kate, Winney, Sue, Kitt, Giles. …
+ Betty M
Female

House Servant
Census Mansion House July 16, 1770 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1770

A List of Tithables in Truro Parish Fairfax County—given in July 16th 1770. George Washington, Lund Washington … Ho. Servants: Breechy, Billy, Giles, Schomberg, Harry, Doll, Jenny, Betty, Moll, Sall, Sarah, Phillis, Winney, Sue, Kitt.
+ Betty M
Female

House Servant
Census Mansion House June 14, 1771 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1771

A List of Tythables—in Truro Parish—Fairfax County—given in 14th June 1771. George Washington, Lund Washington ... [house servants] Breechy, Billy, Giles, Frank, Herculas, Frank, Doll, Jenny, Betty, Moll, Sarah, Sall, Winney, Sue, Kitt, Alce ...
+ Betty M
Female

House Servant
Census Mansion House June 10, 1772 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1772

A List of Tythables—in Truro Parish Fairfax County—June 10 1772. Geo: Washington, Lund Washington ... [house servants] Breechy, Will, Frank, Giles, Herculas, Doll, Jenny, Betty, Moll, Sall, Alice, Sarah...
+ Betty M
Female

House Servant
Census Mansion House June 09, 1773 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1773

A List of Tithables—in—Truro Parish Fairfax County—9th June 1773. Geo: Washington, Lund Washington ... [House servants] Breechy, Will, Frank, Giles, Herculas, Doll, Jenny, Betty, Moll, Sall, Alice, Lucy, Sarah, Alice...
+ Betty M
Female

Health Mansion House 1774 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By your [Thomas Bishop] wife's delivering Doll at the Ferry - & House Betty 1..0..0
+ Betty M
Female

House Servant
Provisions Mansion House 1774 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To [Cloths] for women, Sall, Betty, Moll, Else, Jeany, Else, Charlote
+ Betty M
Female

Health Mansion House April 1774 Ledger B, 1772-1793

To Cash for your [Thomas Bishop] wife [Folio Reference 106] 1..0..0
+ Betty M
Female

Health Mansion House April 19, 1774 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Cash pd [paid] Suekey Bishop 1..0..0
+ Betty M
Female

House Servant
Census Mansion House July 1774 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1774

A List of Tithables—in Truro Parish Fairfax County—July 1774. George Washington, Jno. Parke Custis, Lund Washington ...[House Servants] Breechy, Will, Frank, Giles, Herculas, Joe, Nell, Doll, Jenny, Betty, Moll, Sall, Alice, Sarah, Alice. …
+ Betty M
Female

Health Mount Vernon July 13, 1778 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Mrs Bishop for Delivering Betty, Peg, & Daphne 1..10..[0]
+ Betty M
Female

Health Mansion House July 13, 1778 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To Mrs Bishop for Lay H H [Home House] Betty, Peg and Daphne, in the Neck 1..10..0
+ Betty M
Female

Seamstress
Census Mansion House February 18, 1786 Diary Entry, 18 February 1786

+ Betty M
Female

Seamstress
Provisions Mansion House December 1786 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty M
Female

Passed Labor
Provisions Mansion House 1787 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty M
Female

Provisions Mansion House June 1787 Mount Vernon Store Book, 1787

A shift to the following slaves Betty, Doll, Jenny, Kitty, Alice, lame Alice, Myrtilla, Dorchise, Sall, Sall Brass
+ Betty M
Female

Passed Labor
Census Mansion House April 1788 List of Taxable Property in Truro Parish, 1788

Blacks above 12 years of age ... [column 2] Simms, Joe 2d, Jack 1st, Bristol, Peter 1st, Peter 2d, Scumburg (past labor), Frank, Jack 2d, Betty (past service), Doll, Jenney, Charlotte, Sall, Caroline, Sall Bass, Dorchia, Alice, Myrtilla, Kitty, Moll…
+ Betty M
Female

Passed Labor
Provisions Mansion House July 1788 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty M
Female

Passed Labor
Provisions Mansion House November 29, 1788 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty M
Female

Passed Labor
Provisions Mansion House January 01, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty M
Female

Passed Labor
Provisions Mansion House February 01, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty M
Female

Passed Labor
Provisions Mansion House July 11, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty M
Female

Passed Labor
Provisions Mansion House November 07, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty M
Female

Passed Labor
Provisions Mansion House 1792 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty M
Female

Passed Labor
Provisions Mansion House November 04, 1792 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty M
Female

Passed Labor
Provisions Mansion House December 1792 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Betty M
Female

Health Mount Vernon February 1, 1795 Letter to William Pearce, 1 February 1795

It is happy for old Betty, and her children and friends, that she is taken of[f] the stage; her life must have been miserable to herself, and troublesome to all those around her.
+ Betty N
Female

Laborer
Slave Value New Kent County October 1759 Assignment of the Widow's Dower, ca 1759

Negroes pr Appraisment ... In New Kent [Column 1] Anthony £20 & wife Betty 25 £55, Will 40, George 40 }, Doll 30 }, Lucy 25 }, Peter 20 }, Alce 12 }, } Dolls Childn [Colulmn 2] 15, Phillis 50, Duke 40, Scomberg 30, Prince 10 … £ 367
+ Betty N
Female

Health River Farm May 24, 1761 Diary Entry, 24 May 1761

Betty from Riverside Quarter came home Sick & did not again in a Condition to work till the 13th. July fol.
+ Betty N
Female

Laborer
Census River Farm June 04, 1761 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1761

A List of Tithables in Fairfax County given in June 4th 1761 George Washington …River Plantn:... Tom, Neptune, George, Betty, Cloe, Doll. …
+ Betty N
Female

Health River Farm July 13, 1761 Diary Entry, 24 May 1761

Betty from Riverside Quarter came home Sick & did not again in a Condition to work till the 13th. July fol.
+ Betty O
Female

Health Mount Vernon August 23, 1758 Letter from Humphrey Knight, 23 August 1758

Our people has bin [been] very Sickley ned and Ruth is Sick now, & betty but I hope no Dainger
+ Betty O
Female

Laborer
Census Muddy Hole June 04, 1761 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1761

A List of Tithables in Fairfax County given in June 4th 1761 George Washington … Muddy ho. Pln: ... Grig, Dublin, James, Sam, Grace, Ruth, Kate, Hannah, Phoebe, Betty. …
+ Betty O
Female

Laborer
Census Muddy Hole June 19, 1762 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1762

A List of Tythables in Fairfax County—given into Captn Daniel McCarty—June 9th 1762—viz.1 George Washington ...Muddy hole: ... Grig, Will, Jupiter, Essex, Sam, Betty, Ruth, Hannah, Kate, Phœbe. …
+ Betty P
Female

House Servant
Census Mansion House June 10, 1763 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1763

A List of Lands entered agreable to Act of Assembly made in November 1762 and given in with the List of Tythables in Fairfax Cty 10th June 1763 to Collo. Jno. Carlyle George Washington ... House Servts &ca: Breechy, Schomberg, Jack, Doll, Jenny, Betty, Sarah, Kate, Betty, Sall, Moll, Jack, Jack, Jack, Ned, Charles, Davy. …
+ Betty P
Female

House Servant
Census Mansion House June 17, 1764 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1764

A List of Tythables in Truro Parish—Fairfax County—also of Wheel Carriages—given in June 17th 1764. George Washington ... Ho. Servts: Breachy, Jack, Schomberg, Doll, Jenny, Betty, Sarah, Kate, Betty, Sall, Moll….
+ Betty P
Female

Laborer
Census Mansion House July 02, 1765 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1765

A List of Tythables in Truro Parish—Fairfax County—als[o] of Wheel Carriages—given in July 2d 1765 George Washington ... Home Plantn: Jack, Ben, Lewis, Jack, Charles, Sarah, Betty. …
+ Betty P
Female

Runaway August 22, 1766 Ledger A, 1750-1772

By taking up Negro Bett ..5..0
+ Betty Q
Female

Cultivator of the Soil
Provisions Mansion House November 02, 1774 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To Cloaths for women viz 1 Phebe, 2 Sarah, 3 sarah, 4 Winnie, 5 Daphne, 6 Bett, 7 Nancy, 8 Kate, 9 Peg a Pettycoat, 2 shifts a Jacket, a p. Stockings 1 p. shoes each a
+ Betty Q
Female

Slave Sale March 11, 1778 Letter from Lund Washington, 11 March 1778

If I can sell the Negroes I mention’d to you by private Sale I will—but the Best way of Sellg is at Publick Sale
+ Betty Q
Female

Slave Sale April 08, 1778 Letter from Lund Washington, 8 April 1778

…with regard to Sellg the Negroes Mention'd, you have put it out of my power, by saying you would not sell them without their Consent...unless I was to make a Publick Sale of those Negroes & pay no regard to their being Willing or not, I see no probability of sellg them—but this is a matter that may be fixd when I see you, I believe the price of them will keep up at least for this Summer…
+ Betty Q
Female

Slave Sale April 08, 1778 Letter from Lund Washington, 8 April 1778

...with regard to Sellg [Selling] the Negroes Mention’d, you have put it out of my power, by saying you woud not sell them without their Consent—I was very near Sellg Bett, indeed I had sold her for 200£ to a man Liveg in Bottetourt Cty, But her Mother appeard to be so uneasy about it, and Bett herself made such promises of amendment, that I coud not Force her to go with the Man…
+ Betty Q
Female

Slave Sale September 02, 1778 Letter from Lund Washington, 2 September 1778

you again say you wish to get quit of negroes, before the rect of this you will find that in a former Letter I have desired that you will tell me in plain terms, whether I shall sell your Negroes at Publick sale or not, & how many of them & indeed Who.
+ Betty Q
Female

Slave Sale January 18, 1779 Ledger B, 1772-1793

To Cash for the Following Negroes. Abram, Orford, Tom, Jack, Ede, Fattimore, Phillis, Bett & Jenny 2303..19..0
+ Betty Q
Female

Slave Sale February 1779 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

By Cash for the Followg Negroes Abram, Orford, Tom, Jack, Ede, Fattimore, Phillis, Bett & Jenny 2303..19..0
+ Betty Q
Female

Slave Sale Mount Vernon February 24, 1779 Letter to Lund Washington, 24(-26) February 1779

The advantages resulting from the sale of my negroes, I have very little doubt of; because, as I observed in my last, if we should ultimately prove unsuccessful (of which I am under no apprehension unless it falls on us as a punishment for our want of public, & indeed private virtue) it would be a matter of very little consequence to me, whether my property is in Negroes, or loan office Certificates, as I shall neither ask for, nor expect any favor from his most gracious Majesty, nor any person acting under his authority; the only points therefore for me to consider, are—first, whether it would be most to my interest, in case of a fortunate determination of the present contest, to have negroes, and the Crops they will make; or the sum they will now fetch and the interest of the money. And, secondly, the critical moment to make this sale With respect to the first point (if a negro man will sell at, or near one thousand pounds, and women & children in proportion) I have not the smallest doubt on which side the balance, placed in the scale of interest, will preponderate: My scruples arise from a reluctance in offering these people at public vendue, and on account of the uncertainty of timeing the sale well—In the first case, if these poor wretches are to be held in a state of slavery, I do not see that a change of masters will render it more irksome, provided husband & wife, and Parents & children are not separated from each other, which is not my intention to do. And with respect to the second, the judgment, founded in a knowledge of circumstances, is the only criterion for determining when the tide of depreciation is at an end; for like the flux & reflux of the water, it will no sooner have got to its full ebb or flow, but an immediate turn takes place, and every thing runs in a contrary direction. To hit this critical moment then, is the point; and a point of so much nicety, that the longer I reflect upon the subject, the more embarrassed I am in my opinion; for if a sale takes place while the money is in a depreciating state—that is, before it has arrived at the lowest ebb of depreciation; I shall lose the difference—and if it is delayed, ’till some great & important event shall give a decisive turn in favor of our affairs, it may be too late. Notwithstanding, upon a full consideration of the whole matter; if you have done nothing in consequence of my last letter, I wou’d have you wait ’till you hear further from me on this subject. I will, in the meanwhile, revolve the matter in my mind more fully, and may possibly be better able to draw some more precise conclusions than at present; while you may be employed in endeavouring to ascertain the highest prices Negroes sell at, in different parts of the Country—where, and in what manner it would be best to sell them, when such a measure is adopted, (which I think will very likely happen in the course of a few months.)
+ Billy A
Female

Health Muddy Hole April 08, 1797 Farm Reports, 8 April 1797

3 Women in Child bed 18 days
+ Breechy A
Female

Health River Farm January 21, 1797 Farm Reports, 20 January 1797

Sick Bridgey 6 [days]
+ Breechy A
Female

Health River Farm January 28, 1797 Farm Reports, 28 January 1797

Sickness Bridgey 6 days
+ Breechy A
Female

Health River Farm February 04, 1797 Farm Reports, 4 February 1797

Sick Bredgy 6 days
+ Breechy A
Female

Health River Farm May 27, 1797 Farm Reports, 27 May 1797

Sickness Bridgy 2 [days]
+ Breechy A
Female

Health River Farm June 17, 1797 Farm Reports, 17 June 1797

Sickness Bridgey
+ Breechy A
Female

Health River Farm June 24, 1797 Farm Reports, 24 June 1797

Sickness Bridgey 6 days
+ Briney A
Female

Comment French's Plantation 1787 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Briney A
Female

Comment French's Plantation 1788 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Briney A
Female

Comment French's Plantation 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Briney A
Female

Cultivator of the Soil
Census Union Farm June 1799 Negroes Belonging to George Washington in his own Right and by Marriage, June 1799

+ Briney A
Female

Cultivator of the Soil
Slave Hire Mount Vernon July 15, 1799 List of Negros, Mrs. French, 15 July 1799

A list of Negros the property the property of Mrs. French, in possession of George Washington, by virtue of a Contract which is to terminate with the life of the former. – … Boys & Girls who work in the Crops … Briney 12 … The Negros contained in this list, with the Remarks on them, are given with accuracy; _ and their ages are entered from their own accounts of them. _ They are a parcel of very likely & healthy people; _ and since the going off, of a fellow called Paul (four or 5 years ago) are as orderly, and as well disposed a set, as any equal number in the Country. _
+ Caroline A
Female

Health Mount Vernon November 06, 1783 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To Mrs Bishop for Diliverg a Carrolina ..10..0
+ Caroline A
Female

Health Mansion House November 06, 1783 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Mrs Bishop for Delivering Caroline ..10..[0]
+ Caroline A
Female

Health Mansion House March 18, 1785 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Mrs Bishop Delivering Caroline ..10..[0]
+ Caroline A
Female

Health Mount Vernon March 18, 1785 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To Mrs Bishop for Diliverg Carroline ..10..0
+ Caroline A
Female

House Maid
Census Mansion House February 18, 1786 Diary Entry, 18 February 1786

+ Caroline A
Female

House Maid
Provisions Mansion House December 15, 1786 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Caroline A
Female

Provisions Mount Vernon December 16, 1786 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

By soalg [soaling] & heelg. [heeling] 1 pr. [pair of shoes] for Caroline ..1..6
+ Caroline A
Female

House Maid
Provisions Mansion House 1787 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Caroline A
Female

Comment February 12, 1787 Letter to David Stuart, 12 February 1787

At Christmas, when Peter, his Wife, & others of the family informed me his time was up, I sent him home, but he returned; informing me that as there was no place provided for him, Mrs Stuart desired him to remain here till your return from the Assembly. It did not occur to me, either of the times you were here, to inform you, that as he may be called away before the covering season comes on, and the time of the Mares dropping their young, at which alone he would be essentially serviceable to me, that I derive no advantage from his stay; as feeding & dressing can be performed as well by any other person as himself; consequently that I have no desire to keep him, if you find a use for him.
+ Caroline A
Female

Census Mansion House April 1788 List of Taxable Property in Truro Parish, 1788

Blacks above 12 years of age ... [column 2] Simms, Joe 2d, Jack 1st, Bristol, Peter 1st, Peter 2d, Scumburg (past labor), Frank, Jack 2d, Betty (past service), Doll, Jenney, Charlotte, Sall, Caroline, Sall Bass, Dorchia, Alice, Myrtilla, Kitty, Moll…
+ Caroline A
Female

House Maid
Provisions Mansion House July 1788 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Caroline A
Female

House Maid
Provisions Mansion House November 25, 1788 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Caroline A
Female

House Maid
Provisions Mansion House January 01, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Caroline A
Female

House Maid
Provisions Mansion House February 01, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Caroline A
Female

House Maid
Provisions Mansion House July 11, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Caroline A
Female

House Maid
Provisions Mansion House November 07, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Caroline A
Female

Health Mansion House December 22, 1789 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Mrs Darcus Parker pd [paid] her the Ball. of her acct £3.0.0 as stated in the Cash acct 15th Augt also £2.10.0 being in full of all demands for delivering the following Women - viz. - Caroline at Mansn House Lucy at Frenches Lucy at D: Rug Alice & Amy at My Hole 5..10..[0]
+ Caroline A
Female

House Maid
Provisions November 05, 1790 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Caroline A
Female

Comment December 14, 1790 Letter from George Augustine Washington, 14 December 1790

the Children of Caroline & Sharlot being in the yard certainly render it more difficult to keep it clean but while one remains but little advantage will be derived from removing the other
+ Caroline A
Female

House Maid
Provisions 1791 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Caroline A
Female

Seamstress
Comment Mount Vernon August 29, 1791 Letter to Fanny Bassett Washington from MW, 29 August 1791

I cannot find how it is possible for her and Caroline to be altogether taken up in making the peoples cloths - if you suffer them to goe on so idele they will in a little time doe nothing but work for themselves…
+ Caroline A
Female

Health Mansion House November 06, 1791 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Mrs Eithy (Midwife) pd her for delivering Caroline at the Mansn House & Darcus at Muddy Hole each 10/ 1..[0]..[0]
+ Caroline A
Female

House Maid
Provisions Mansion House 1792 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Caroline A
Female

Health Mansion House January 16, 1792 Letter from Anthony Whitting, 15 January 1792

my time has been very much taken up with the Sick people in preparing medicine & attending them. I have applyd to Dr. Craik & he has been down & I have frequently his directions. We have several now very sick - Beck at Ferry I think will not recover, Isaacs two Girls Mima & Ally are both very poorly & Young Boatswain is very Sick. Some of the others Sall at Dogue Run, Betty Davis, Delia at frenchs, Charlotte [and] Caroline &c [etcetera] are now better.
+ Caroline A
Female

Payment to Slave Mount Vernon September 13, 1792 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By do [Cash] pd Caroline for 6 Chickens ..3..[0]
+ Caroline A
Female

House Maid
Provisions Mansion House November 04, 1792 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Caroline A
Female

House Maid
Provisions Mansion House December 1792 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Caroline A
Female

Health Mansion House January 12, 1793 Farm Reports, 12 January 1793

By Sickness Caroline 6 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Health Mansion House January 16, 1793 Letter from Anthony Whitting, 16 January 1793

Caroline is very unwell has had a Smart fever all last week I bled her in the early part of the week She complaind of a pain in her head & side She is now something better but has a very dry bad Cough I have Given her something to take for it & hope She will Get better…
+ Caroline A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House February 16, 1793 Farm Reports, 16 February 1793

By Caroline Making 1 Shirt & 4 Sheets 1 Shift 6 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Seamstress
Comment February 17, 1793 Letter to Anthony Whitting, 17 February 1793

It would, I conceive, have been better to have entrusted the cutting out of the Linnen to the Gardeners wife than to Caroline; who, was never celebrated for her honesty; and who, it is believed, would not be restrained by scruples of conscience, from taking a large toll, if she thought it could be done with impunity.
+ Caroline A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work February 20, 1793 Letter from Anthony Whitting, 20 February 1793

In the Sewers reports Caroline will be seen Making a Shift this was for Sarah Flatfoot & two pr of Sheets which I was forced to Cut out of the Oznabuergh Linnen there being Only two pr & them allmost worn out
+ Caroline A
Female

Nurse
Health Mansion House March 16, 1793 Farm Reports, 17 March 1793

By Charroline atending Mr Whitting in his Sickness 6 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Laborer
Textile Work Mansion House March 23, 1793 Farm Reports, 23 March 1793

By Caroline making 13 bax 6 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House July 27, 1793 Farm Reports, 27 July 1793

By Caroline do [Spinning] 4 pd of do [yarn] 4 days
+ Caroline A
Female

Washer
Textile Work Mansion House July 27, 1793 Farm Reports, 27 July 1793

By Caroline...in the washary 2 days
+ Caroline A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House August 03, 1793 Farm Reports, 3 August 1793

By Caroline do [Spinning] 2 pd [pounds] of do [Yarn] 2 days washing 4 days 6 [Days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House August 10, 1793 Farm Reports, 10 August 1793

By Caroline do [Spinning] 4 pd [Pounds] of do [Yarn] Wasing [Washing] 2 days 6 [Days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Washer
Textile Work Mansion House August 10, 1793 Farm Reports, 10 August 1793

By Caroline do [Spinning] 4 pd [Pounds] of do [Yarn] Wasing [Washing] 2 days 6 [Days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House August 31, 1793 Farm Reports, 31 August 1793

By Caroline do [Spinning] 2 pd of do [Yarn] 2 days Washing 4 days
+ Caroline A
Female

Washer
Textile Work Mansion House August 31, 1793 Farm Reports, 31 August 1793

By Caroline do [Spinning] 2 pd of do [Yarn] 2 days Washing 4 days
+ Caroline A
Female

Health Mansion House December 28, 1793 Farm Reports, 28 December 1793

By Sickniss Charlotte 6 days Caroline 6 day Doll 6 days
+ Caroline A
Female

Provisions Mount Vernon January 20, 1794 Manager Ledger (William Pearce), 1794-1797

To ditto [1 Side of Soal leather] & 1 Side of upper L[e]ather to make Shoes for the Ditchers & Caroline who had none in the Fall
+ Caroline A
Female

Health Mansion House February 08, 1794 Farm Reports, 8 February 1794

By Sickness Charlotte 6 days Caroline 6 Anne 6 Doll 6 days
+ Caroline A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House May 31, 1794 Farm Reports, 31 May 1794

By Caroline sowing 9 Shirts 6 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

House Maid
House Work Mount Vernon June 02, 1794 Letter to Fanny Bassett Washington from MW, 2 June 1794

…it is highly necessary that the beds and bed cloths of all kind should be aired if you have the keys I beg you will make Caroline put all the things of every kind out to air and Brush and Clean all the places and roomes that they were in…
+ Caroline A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House August 30, 1794 Farm Reports, 30 August 1794

By Caroline Sewing 6 Jackets & 5 Breeches 6 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House November 01, 1794 Farm Reports, 1 November 1794

By Caroliene Knitting 1 par 3 days
+ Caroline A
Female

Health Mansion House November 01, 1794 Farm Reports, 1 November 1794

By sickness Betty Davis 6 days Caroline 3 days
+ Caroline A
Female

Health Mansion House November 08, 1794 Farm Reports, 8 November 1794

By Sieckness Matilda 3 days By Sall 3 days By Caroline 6 days
+ Caroline A
Female

Health Mansion House February 14, 1795 Farm Reports, 14 February 1795

By Sieckness Betty Davis 6 days Caroline 6 days Doll 6 days Malilda 1 ½ day Sall 1 day
+ Caroline A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House February 21, 1795 Farm Reports, 21 February 1795

By Caroline do [spinning] 6 pd of do [tow yarn] 6 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Payment to Slave Mount Vernon May 14, 1795 Manager Ledger (William Pearce), 1794-1797

By Cash paid Caroline for 2 Doz. [Dozen] Eggs 0..1..6
+ Caroline A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House May 30, 1795 Farm Reports, 30 May 1795

By Caroliene sowing 2 popel Shirts 1 days 1 Shirt for John 2 days & going to 2 days
+ Caroline A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House July 11, 1795 Farm Reports, 11 July 1795

By Caroline do [spinning] 5 ½ pd of do [yarn] Sieck ½ day 6 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Health Mansion House July 11, 1795 Farm Reports, 11 July 1795

By Caroline do [spinning] 5 ½ pd of do [yarn] Sieck ½ day 6 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Laborer
Reassignment Mansion House July 18, 1795 Farm Reports, 18 July 1795

By Caroline Work in the Houes 6 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Payment to Slave Mount Vernon August 22, 1795 Manager Ledger (William Pearce), 1794-1797

By Cash paid Caroline for 10 ducks 0..10..0
+ Caroline A
Female

Health Mansion House December 05, 1795 Farm Reports, 5 December 1795

Caroline in Child Bead 6
+ Caroline A
Female

Health Mansion House December 19, 1795 Farm Reports, 19 December 1795

Caroline in Child Bead 6 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House January 16, 1796 Farm Reports, 16 January 1796

By Caroline do [sewing] 4 shirts 1 1/2 [Days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Health Mansion House January 16, 1796 Farm Reports, 16 January 1796

By Sieckness...Caroline 4 ½ days
+ Caroline A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House April 16, 1796 Farm Reports, 16 April 1796

By Caroline sewing 9 shirts 6 [Days]
+ Caroline A
Female

House Maid
House Work Mansion House June 05, 1796 Letter to William Pearce, 5 June 1796

Let the Rooms in the Servants Hall, above and below, be well cleaned; and have the Beds and bedsteads therein put in order; after which have a good lock put on the door of the west room, above, and order Caroline, or whoever has the charge of those rooms, to suffer no person to sleep, or even to go into it, without express orders from her Mistress or myself.
+ Caroline A
Female

Payment to Slave Mount Vernon July 15, 1796 Manager Ledger (William Pearce), 1794-1797

Paid Caroline for 19 ducks 1..8..6
+ Caroline A
Female

House Servant
Reassignment Mansion House July 30, 1796 Farm Reports, 30 July 1796

By Caroline work for the Hous. 6 [Days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Laborer
House Work Mansion House October 22, 1796 Farm Reports, 22 October 1796

By Caroline do [work in the House] 6 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House November 12, 1796 Farm Reports, 12 November 1796

By Caroline sewing 5 suits of Clothes 5 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Health Mansion House November 12, 1796 Farm Reports, 12 November 1796

By Sieckness sall 6 days Matilda 6 days Doll 6 Ally 6 Caroline 1
+ Caroline A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House November 19, 1796 Farm Reports, 19 November 1796

By Caroline Sowing 6 suit of Clothes 6 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House January 07, 1797 Farm Reports, 7 January 1797

Carolina Spinning 6 Lib. of Yarn 6 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House January 14, 1797 Farm Reports, 14 January 1797

Caroline [spinning] 2 [lb] Tow do [yarn]
+ Caroline A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House January 21, 1797 Farm Reports, 20 January 1797

Caroline Do [Spinning] 3 Lib. [pounds] of Do [tow yarn] 4 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Health Mansion House January 21, 1797 Farm Reports, 20 January 1797

[Sickness] Caroline 2 [Days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House January 28, 1797 Farm Reports, 28 January 1797

Carolina [spinning] 1 Lib. Do Do [Tow Yarn] 2 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Health Mansion House January 28, 1797 Farm Reports, 28 January 1797

[Sickness] Caroline 4 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House February 04, 1797 Farm Reports, 4 February 1797

Carolina Do [Spinning] 4 Lib. [lb] of Do [Tow yarn] 5 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Health February 04, 1797 Farm Reports, 4 February 1797

Sickness Carolina 1 day
+ Caroline A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House February 11, 1797 Farm Reports, 11 February 1797

Caroline Sewing 6 Shirts 4 days
+ Caroline A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House February 11, 1797 Farm Reports, 11 February 1797

cutting Shirts 1 day
+ Caroline A
Female

Health Mansion House February 11, 1797 Farm Reports, 11 February 1797

[Sick] Caroline 1 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Health Mansion House February 18, 1797 Farm Reports, 18 February 1797

Sick, Caroline 6 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House February 25, 1797 Farm Reports, 25 February 1797

Caroline sewing 6 do [Sheets]
+ Caroline A
Female

Health Mansion House February 25, 1797 Farm Reports, 25 February 1797

[Sick] & Caroline 2 days
+ Caroline A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House March 04, 1797 Farm Reports, 4 March 1797

Caroline [Sewing] 9 Shirts 6 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Seamstress
Reassignment Mansion House March 11, 1797 Farm Reports, 11 March 1797

By Caroline do [Sewing] 6 shirts 4 [& working in the House 2 days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Laborer
House Work Mansion House March 11, 1797 Farm Reports, 11 March 1797

[By Caroline do [Sewing] 6 shirts 4 days] & working in the Hous. 2 days
+ Caroline A
Female

Seamstress
Reassignment Mansion House March 18, 1797 Farm Reports, 18 March 1797

By Caroline sewing 3 shirts &[work in the House] 3 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Laborer
House Work Mansion House March 18, 1797 Farm Reports, 18 March 1797

By Caroline [sewing 3 shirts] & work in the Hous. 3 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Laborer
House Work Mansion House March 25, 1797 Farm Reports, 25 March 1797

[Sall, Dolsey], Charlotte,] & Caroline in the House 24 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Laborer
House Work Mansion House April 01, 1797 Farm Reports, 1 April 1797

Caroline in the house 6 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Laborer
House Work Mansion House April 08, 1797 Farm Reports, 8 April 1797

Caroline Working in the House 6 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

House Servant
House Work Mansion House April 15, 1797 Farm Reports, 15 April 1797

Caroline in the House 6 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

House Servant
House Work Mansion House April 22, 1797 Farm Reports, 22 April 1797

[Dolsey] & Caroline working in the House 5 days each
+ Caroline A
Female

House Maid
House Work Mansion House April 29, 1797 Farm Reports, 29 April 1797

Caroline working in the House 6 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

House Maid
Reassignment Mansion House May 06, 1797 Farm Reports, 6 May 1797

Caroline working in the House 6 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

House Maid
House Work Mansion House May 13, 1797 Farm Reports, 13 May 1797

Carolina Do [working in the house] 6 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

House Maid
House Work Mansion House May 20, 1797 Farm Reports, 20 May 1797

Carolina Do [working in the house] 6 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

House Maid
House Work Mansion House May 27, 1797 Farm Reports, 27 May 1797

Caroline do [Working in the House] 6 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

House Servant
Textile Work Mansion House June 03, 1797 Farm Reports, 3 June 1797

Caroline do [working in the House] 6 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

House Maid
House Work Mansion House June 10, 1797 Farm Reports, 10 June 1797

Carolina Do [working in the house] 5 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

House Maid
Textile Work Mansion House June 17, 1797 Farm Reports, 17 June 1797

Carolina Do [working in the House] 6 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

House Servant
Textile Work Mansion House June 24, 1797 Farm Reports, 24 June 1797

Carolina working in the House 6 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

House Servant
Reassignment Mansion House July 01, 1797 Farm Reports, 1 July 1797

Carolina Do [working in the house] 6 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House September 16, 1797 Farm Reports, 16 September 1797

Carolina [Spinning] 3 of do [Flax Yarn]
+ Caroline A
Female

Health Mount Vernon December 26, 1797 Invoice from Dr. James Craik, 20 June 1799

a visit to Caroline 1..0..0
+ Caroline A
Female

Health Mount Vernon December 26, 1797 Invoice from Dr. James Craik, 20 June 1799

Bleeding do [Caroline] 0..3..0
+ Caroline A
Female

Health Mount Vernon December 28, 1797 Invoice from Dr. James Craik, 20 June 1799

Zss [half ounce] stomach drops do [for Caroline] 0..3..0
+ Caroline A
Female

Health Mount Vernon December 28, 1797 Invoice from Dr. James Craik, 20 June 1799

Zi [one ounce] diaphtc. [diaphoretic] do [drops] for do [Caroline] 0..4..0
+ Caroline A
Female

Health Mount Vernon December 28, 1797 Invoice from Dr. James Craik, 20 June 1799

3 anodn. [anondyne] pills for do [Caroline] 0..1..6
+ Caroline A
Female

Health Mount Vernon January 22, 1798 Invoice from Dr. James Craik, 20 June 1799

20 deobst. [deobstruent] pills for Caroline 0..6..0
+ Caroline A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House March 24, 1798 Farm Reports, 24 March 1798

[Sewers] Caroline [making] 9 Do. [Shirts] 6 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House March 31, 1798 Farm Reports, 31 March 1798

[By] Caroline [making] 9 Do [Shirts] 6 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

House Maid
Reassignment Mansion House April 07, 1798 Farm Reports, 7 April 1798

Caroline Serving 6 days
+ Caroline A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House April 14, 1798 Farm Reports, 14 April 1798

Caroline do [Sewing] 6 ds. [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House April 21, 1798 Farm Reports, 21 April 1798

Caroline Sewing Do [9 shirts] 6 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

House Maid
Reassignment Mansion House April 28, 1798 Farm Reports, 28 April 1798

Caroline Waiting in the House 6 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House May 05, 1798 Farm Reports, 5 May 1798

Caroline [sewing] 6 do [shirts] 6 days
+ Caroline A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House May 12, 1798 Farm Reports, 12 May 1798

Caroline sewg. 5 days
+ Caroline A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House May 19, 1798 Farm Reports, 19 May 1798

Caroline sewing 6 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

House Maid
Reassignment Mansion House May 26, 1798 Farm Reports, 26 May 1798

Caroline in the house 6 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House June 02, 1798 Farm Reports, 2 June 1798

Caroline 6 do [making 6 shifts]… 6 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House June 16, 1798 Farm Reports, 16 June 1798

Caroline sewing making 3 shifts 6 ds. [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House June 23, 1798 Farm Reports, 23 June 1798

Caroline sewing wilsons clothes 6 ds [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Washer
Textile Work Mansion House June 30, 1798 Farm Reports, 30 June 1798

Caroline washing 6 ds. [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

House Maid
Reassignment Mansion House July 07, 1798 Farm Reports, 7 July 1798

Caroline serving 6 days
+ Caroline A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House July 14, 1798 Farm Reports, 14 July 1798

Caroline [spinning] 1 lb. do [yarn 6 days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House July 21, 1798 Farm Reports, 21 July 1798

Caroline spinning 5 lb. Wool 6 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House July 28, 1798 Farm Reports, 28 July 1798

Caroline Spinning 6 ds. [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House August 04, 1798 Farm Reports, 4 August 1798

Caroline spinning 6 ds. wool
+ Caroline A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House August 11, 1798 Farm Reports, 11 August 1798

Caroline [spinning] 6 lb. do [stocking yarn]
+ Caroline A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House August 18, 1798 Farm Reports, 18 August 1798

Carolina [spinning] 6 lb.
+ Caroline A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House August 25, 1798 Farm Reports, 25 August 1798

Caroline Spinning 6 days
+ Caroline A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House September 01, 1798 Farm Reports, 1 September 1798

Caroline Sping 6 days
+ Caroline A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House September 08, 1798 Farm Reports, 8 September 1798

Caroline Spinning 6 ds. [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House September 15, 1798 Farm Reports, 15 September 1798

Caroline Spinning 6 days
+ Caroline A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House September 22, 1798 Farm Reports, 22 September 1798

Caroline [spinning] 4 1/2 lb. [wool]
+ Caroline A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House September 29, 1798 Farm Reports, 29 September 1798

Caroline Spinning 6 days
+ Caroline A
Female

Reassignment Mansion House October 06, 1798 Farm Reports, 6 October 1798

Caroline in house 6 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Health Mansion House October 11, 1798 Manager Ledger (James Anderson), 1797-1798

[By] Negroe Nell Mrs. Masons for delivery of 5 Negroe Women, sometime ago, Caroline, Sall, Bett, Alsey R. Farm & Grace Union Farm $2 each [$] 10
+ Caroline A
Female

Reassignment Mansion House October 13, 1798 Farm Reports, 13 October 1798

Caroline about the House 6 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Health Mansion House October 20, 1798 Farm Reports, 20 October 1798

Caroline Sick 6 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Spinner
Reassignment Mansion House October 27, 1798 Farm Reports, 27 October 1798

Caroline about the house 6 do [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

House Maid
Reassignment Mansion House November 03, 1798 Farm Reports, 3 November 1798

Carolina abt the house 6 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Spinner
Reassignment Mansion House November 10, 1798 Farm Reports, 10 November 1798

Caroline abt house
+ Caroline A
Female

Spinner
Reassignment Mansion House November 17, 1798 Farm Reports, 17 November 1798

Caroline about the house
+ Caroline A
Female

Spinner
Reassignment Mansion House November 24, 1798 Farm Reports, 24 November 1798

Caroline about the house
+ Caroline A
Female

Spinner
Reassignment Mansion House December 01, 1798 Farm Reports, 1 December 1798

Caroline about the house
+ Caroline A
Female

Spinner
Reassignment Mansion House December 08, 1798 Farm Reports, 8 December 1798

Caroline abt house
+ Caroline A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House December 15, 1798 Farm Reports, 15 December 1798

Caroline Sewing
+ Caroline A
Female

House maid
Reassignment Mansion House January 19, 1799 Farm Reports, 19 January 1799

Caroline about the house 6 [days]
+ Caroline A
Female

Health Mount Vernon January 22, 1799 Invoice from Dr. James Craik, 20 June 1799

Bleeding Caroline 0..3..0
+ Caroline A
Female

Health Mount Vernon March 19, 1799 Invoice from Dr. Robert H. Wade, 16 April 1799

[To] bleeding & medicine for Caroline
+ Caroline A
Female

House Maid
Census Mansion House June 1799 Negroes Belonging to George Washington in his own Right and by Marriage, June 1799

+ Caroline A
Female

Health Mount Vernon July 01, 1799 Invoice from Dr. James Craik, 24 May 1800

Zs [ounce] Elixer for Caroline
+ Caroline A
Female

Health Mount Vernon July 18, 1799 Invoice from Dr. James Craik, 24 May 1800

Zss [half-ounce] ung: [ungent] Hamorhoid [hemorrhoid] for Caroline
+ Caroline A
Female

Health Mount Vernon July 18, 1799 Invoice from Dr. James Craik, 24 May 1800

Zss [half-ounce] Laxitive [Laxative] ingredient do [for Caroline]
+ Caroline A
Female

House Maid
Comment December 14, 1799 Narrative Account of the Death of George Washington, 14 December 1799

Caroline, Molly & Charlotte were in the room standing near the door.
+ Caroline A
Female

House Maid
House Work December 15, 1799 Narrative Account of the Death of George Washington, 15 December 1799

As soon as the day appeared, the Woman (Caroline) went into the Room to make a fire …And the Woman (Caroline) came to my room requesting I might go to the General, who was very ill.
+ Caroline A
Female

House Maid
Comment December 15, 1799 Narrative Account of the Death of George Washington, 15 December 1799

At the time of his decease Dr Craik & myself were in the situation before mentioned. Christopher was standing by the Bedside…Caroline, Charlotte, and some other of the servants were standing in the Room near the door.
+ Cecelia A
Female

Comment River Farm 1787 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Cecelia A
Female

Comment River Farm 1788 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Cecelia A
Female

Comment River Farm 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Cecelia A
Female

Cultivator of the Soil
Census River Farm June 1799 Negroes Belonging to George Washington in his own Right and by Marriage, June 1799

+ Cecelia B
Female

Census Muddy Hole June 1799 Negroes Belonging to George Washington in his own Right and by Marriage, June 1799

+ Charity A
Female

Health River Farm February 11, 1797 Farm Reports, 11 February 1797

Sick Agnes in Child bed, 6 days
+ Charity A
Female

Health River Farm February 18, 1797 Farm Reports, 18 February 1797

Agnes in Child bed 6 days
+ Charity A
Female

Health River Farm February 18, 1797 Farm Reports, 18 February 1797

There are 3 Negroe Children Born, & one dead at River Farm 1 born at Mansion house. Sina 1 And at Union Farm 1 born & one dead - It was killed by Worms. Medical Assistance was called - But the Mothers are very innatentive to their Young - A Nurse, & some place set a part for the sick may be thot on when Your Ex. returns.
+ Charity A
Female

Health River Farm February 25, 1797 Farm Reports, 25 February 1797

Sick Agnes in Child bed 6 [days]
+ Charity A
Female

Health River Farm March 04, 1797 Farm Reports, 4 March 1797

Sick Agnes & Cornelia in Childbed 12 [days]
+ Charity A
Female

Health River Farm March 11, 1797 Farm Reports, 11 March 1797

Sick Agnes in Childbed 6 [days]
+ Charity A
Female

Census River Farm June 1799 Negroes Belonging to George Washington in his own Right and by Marriage, June 1799

+ Charity B
Female

Cultivator of the Soil
Provisions Mansion House November 02, 1774 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To do [Cloths] for Mertilla, Fallimore & Charity, 3 Pettycoats 3 Shirts, 3 Jacketts, 3 p Stockgs & 3 p Shoes a
+ Charity B
Female

Health Mount Vernon May 14, 1779 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Mrs Bishop for Delivering 2 Negroes 3..[0]..[0]
+ Charity B
Female

Health Dogue Run May 21, 1779 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To Mrs Bishop for Layg [Laying] Charrity at D.R. & Suky in the Neck 3..0..0
+ Charity B
Female

Health Mount Vernon April 1781 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Mrs Bishop for Deliverg [Delivering] Charity Apl 1781 Omitted 150..[0]..[0]
+ Charity B
Female

Health Dogue Run April 22, 1781 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Mrs Parker for Delivering Charity 30..[0]..[0]
+ Charity B
Female

Health Dogue Run November 29, 1783 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To Mrs Parker for Diliverg [Delivering] Charrity @ D. [Dogue] Run & Kitty @ H. [Home] House 1..0..0
+ Charity B
Female

Health Mount Vernon November 29, 1783 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Mrs Parker for Delivering 2 Negroe Women 1..[0]..[0]
+ Charity B
Female

Health Dogue Run September 28, 1785 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To Mrs Parker for Diliverg [Delivering] Lucy & Betty @ the Ferry. Amy & Dorchus at M. [Muddy] Hole, and Charity and Silla @ Dogue Run @ 10/ 3..0..0
+ Charity B
Female

Health Dogue Run September 28, 1785 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Mrs Parker for Delivering 4 at Muddyhole & 2 at Dogue Rum 3..[0]..[0]
+ Charity B
Female

Laborer
Census Dogue Run February 18, 1786 Diary Entry, 18 February 1786

+ Charity B
Female

Laborer
Provisions Dogue Run April 1786 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Charity B
Female

Laborer
Provisions Dogue Run November 21, 1786 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Charity B
Female

Laborer
Provisions Dogue Run 1787 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Charity B
Female

Laborer
Provisions Dogue Run December 22, 1787 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Charity B
Female

Census Dogue Run April 1788 List of Taxable Property in Truro Parish, 1788

Blacks above 12 years of age … [column 4] Peg, Sackey, Darcus, Amy, Nancy, Molly undr 16, Morris 1t, Robin, Adam, Jack 1t, Jack 2d, Dick, Ben, Matt, Morris 2d, Brunswick (past service), Hannah, Lucy, Moll, Jenny, Silla, Charity, Betty, Peg, Sall, Grace, Sue, Agga undr 16 …
+ Charity B
Female

Laborer
Provisions Dogue Run July 1788 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Charity B
Female

Laborer
Provisions Dogue Run November 10, 1788 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Charity B
Female

Laborer
Provisions Dogue Run January 03, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Charity B
Female

Laborer
Provisions Dogue Run January 26, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Charity B
Female

Laborer
Provisions Dogue Run July 11, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Charity B
Female

Laborer
Provisions Dogue Run November 07, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Charity B
Female

Laborer
Provisions Dogue Run December 15, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Charity B
Female

Laborer
Provisions Dogue Run January 16, 1790 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Charity B
Female

Health Dogue Run July 10, 1790 Farm Reports, 10 July 1790

By Sickness Brunswick 6 days - Hannah 6 – Charety - & Betty 3
+ Charity B
Female

Health Dogue Run September 11, 1790 Farm Reports, 11 September 1790

Charity confined in child bed delivered last Saturday night of a boy – 6 days
+ Charity B
Female

Health Dogue Run September 18, 1790 Farm Reports, 18 September 1790

Charity in child bed [6 days]
+ Charity B
Female

Provisions Dogue Run November 05, 1790 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Charity B
Female

Health Dogue Run December 04, 1790 Farm Reports, 4 December 1790

By Sickness Brunswick 6 days. Hannah 6. Molly 6. Charity 6. Ben 6. Jenny 6. Betty in Chi[l]d bed deliverd of a Girl 6 days
+ Charity B
Female

Health Dogue Run December 23, 1790 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Mrs Darcus Parker pd [paid] her in full of all demands for delivering the following Women - Cornelia - Agnes - & Alice - at River Plantn - Doll - Fanny - Rachael - & Lucy - at the Ferry - Grace - Charity - Siller & Betty Davis - at Dogue Run - Molly - Peg & Nancy - at Muddy hole - Kitty & Alice - at the Mansn House in all 16 - @ 10/ 8..[0]..[0]
+ Charity B
Female

Provisions Dogue Run 1791 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Charity B
Female

Health Dogue Run July 30, 1791 Farm Reports, 30 July 1791

By Sickness Bett Davis 5 days Charity 4 & Judith 2 do [Days] 11 [Days]
+ Charity B
Female

Laborer
Provisions Dogue Run 1792 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Charity B
Female

Health Dogue Run April 14, 1792 Farm Reports, 14 April 1792

By sickness, Grace 3 [Days], Molly, 3 [Days] Sall 3 [Days], Cicely 4 [Days], 13 [Days]
+ Charity B
Female

Laborer
Provisions Dogue Run December 1792 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Charity B
Female

Health Dogue Run January 05, 1793 Farm Reports, 5 January 1793

By Sickness Matt 4 [days] Ceciley 4 [days] 8 [days]
+ Charity B
Female

Health Dogue Run January 12, 1793 Farm Reports, 12 January 1793

By Sickness Charity 4 Matt 2
+ Charity B
Female

Health Dogue Run February 16, 1793 Farm Reports, 16 February 1793

Charity in Child bed 6 [days]...Decrease 1 Male Child of Charitys
+ Charity B
Female

Health Dogue Run April 16, 1796 Farm Reports, 16 April 1796

By Sickness Charity 4 days
+ Charity B
Female

Health Dogue Run February 18, 1797 Farm Reports, 18 February 1797

[Sick] Charity 6 [days]
+ Charity B
Female

Health Dogue Run March 11, 1797 Farm Reports, 11 March 1797

Sick Charity 6 [days]
+ Charity B
Female

Health Dogue Run March 18, 1797 Farm Reports, 18 March 1797

Sick Charity 6 [days]
+ Charity B
Female

Health Dogue Run April 01, 1797 Farm Reports, 1 April 1797

[Sick] Charity 2 [days]
+ Charity B
Female

Health Dogue Run June 17, 1797 Farm Reports, 17 June 1797

Sickness Charity 4 days
+ Charity B
Female

Health Dogue Run August 09, 1797 Farm Reports, 12 August 1797

[Sickness] Charity 2 days
+ Charity B
Female

Health Dogue Run August 19, 1797 Farm Reports, 19 August 1797

Sickness Charity 6 days
+ Charity B
Female

Health Dogue Run August 26, 1797 Farm Reports, 26 August 1797

Sick Charity 6 days
+ Charity B
Female

Health Dogue Run September 03, 1797 Farm Reports, 3 September 1797

Sick Charity 4
+ Charity B
Female

Nurse
Health Dogue Run December 09, 1797 Farm Reports, 9 December 1797

Charity Attending on her Sick Daughter 6 [days]
+ Charity B
Female

Health Dogue Run December 23, 1797 Farm Reports, 23 December 1797

Charity 3 days
+ Charity B
Female

Health Dogue Run February 18, 1798 Farm Reports, 18 February 1798

Sick Charity 4 [days]
+ Charity B
Female

Health Dogue Run April 07, 1798 Farm Reports, 7 April 1798

Sick, Charity 3 [days]
+ Charity B
Female

Cultivator of the Soil
Farm Work River Farm July 14, 1798 Farm Reports, 14 July 1798

Charity... working at river farm [1 day]
+ Charity B
Female

Health Dogue Run July 21, 1798 Farm Reports, 21 July 1798

[Sick] Charity 2 [days]
+ Charity B
Female

Health Dogue Run October 13, 1798 Farm Reports, 13 October 1798

Sick--Charity 4 [days]
+ Charity B
Female

Cultivator of the Soil
Health Dogue Run January 26, 1799 Farm Reports, 26 January 1799

[sick] Charity 6 [days]
+ Charity B
Female

Cultivator of the Soil
Census Dogue Run June 1799 Negroes Belonging to George Washington in his own Right and by Marriage, June 1799

+ Charity C
Female

Slave Sale Washington's Bottom October 05, 1786 Memorandum of the Sale of the Negroes at Washington's Bottom, 5 October 1786

Memorandum of the Sale of the Negores &c. at Washingtons Bottom Octr 5th 1786 Simon. To Bazil & Thomas Brown P Bond £100..0..[0] Joe. To Ephraim Douglass Esqr £81..0..[0] Allice. To Do Do [Ephraim Douglass Esqr] 70..15..[0] Dorcas. To Do Do [Ephraim Douglass Esqr] 13..15..[0] P Bond James Hammond Surety [Total] 165..10..[0] Lydia. To Peter Patterson & Thos Patterson surety 45..10..[0] Nance & Young Child. to James Hammond, Ephraim Douglass surety 80..5..[0] Tom & Charity The Twins. To Samuel Burns, William Sunderland Surety 27..10..[0] …Thomas Freeman
+ Charlotte A
Female

House Servant
Provisions Mansion House 1774 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To [Cloths] for women, Sall, Betty, Moll, Else, Jeany, Else, Charlote
+ Charlotte A
Female

House Servant
Provisions Mansion House February 1774 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

a Jacket & Petty Coat for Charlote ..3..[0]
+ Charlotte A
Female

House Servant
Provisions Mount Vernon September 11, 1775 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To makeing a Waistcoat for Charlotte ..1..6
+ Charlotte A
Female

House Servant
Provisions Mansion House October 16, 1775 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To a waistcoat & cloak for Charlotte ..3..[0]
+ Charlotte A
Female

Provisions Mount Vernon March 13, 1777 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Joseph Marle 1 pr Shoes for Charlotte ..8..[0]
+ Charlotte A
Female

Provisions Mansion House March 13, 1777 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To Joseph Morle pr of Shoes for Charlote ..8..0
+ Charlotte A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mount Vernon May 31, 1781 Letter to ________, (31 May 1781)

…how is Betty has she been spinning all winter - is Charlot done the worke I left for her to do
+ Charlotte A
Female

Health Mount Vernon July 15, 1782 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Mrs Bishop Delivering 2 Negroe Women 1..[0]..[0]
+ Charlotte A
Female

Health Mount Vernon July 15, 1782 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To Mrs Bishop for Layg [Laying] Dorchus Charlotte 1..0..0
+ Charlotte A
Female

Health Mount Vernon May 17, 1785 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To Mrs Bishop for Deliverg [Delivering] Charlotte ..10..0
+ Charlotte A
Female

Health Mansion House May 17, 1785 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Mrs Bishop for Delivering Charlotte ..10..[0]
+ Charlotte A
Female

Seamstress
Census Mansion House February 18, 1786 Diary Entry, 18 February 1786

+ Charlotte A
Female

Seamstress
Provisions Mansion House December 1786 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Charlotte A
Female

Seamstress
Provisions Mansion House 1787 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Charlotte A
Female

Comment Mount Vernon December 04, 1787 Invoice from Dr. James Craik, 24 June 1789

To 12 doses Alterative Powders for Charlotte's Child
+ Charlotte A
Female

Health Mount Vernon January 25, 1788 Invoice from Dr. James Craik, 24 June 1789

To Blooding Charlotte
+ Charlotte A
Female

Census Mansion House April 1788 List of Taxable Property in Truro Parish, 1788

Blacks above 12 years of age ... [column 2] Simms, Joe 2d, Jack 1st, Bristol, Peter 1st, Peter 2d, Scumburg (past labor), Frank, Jack 2d, Betty (past service), Doll, Jenney, Charlotte, Sall, Caroline, Sall Bass, Dorchia, Alice, Myrtilla, Kitty, Moll…
+ Charlotte A
Female

Seamstress
Provisions Mansion House July 1788 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Charlotte A
Female

Seamstress
Provisions Mansion House November 09, 1788 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Charlotte A
Female

Seamstress
Provisions Mansion House January 01, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Charlotte A
Female

Seamstress
Provisions Mansion House February 01, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Charlotte A
Female

House Maid
Comment June 08, 1789 Letter to Fanny Bassett Washington from MW, 8 June 1789

…send me by some safe convance my Black lace apron and hankerchief…if my Black Handkerchief is not in the drawer Charlot knows where it is to be found…
+ Charlotte A
Female

Health Mount Vernon July 1789 Letter to Fanny Bassett Washington from MW, July, 1789

…sickness is to be expected and Charlot will lay herself up for as little as any one will…
+ Charlotte A
Female

Seamstress
Provisions Mansion House July 11, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Charlotte A
Female

Health Mansion House August 15, 1789 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Mrs Darcus Parker paid her in part for delivering the followg Women, viz. - Rose & Daphney at Frenches - Siller & Peg at Dogue Run - Betty & Jenny at the Ferry - Darcus at Muddy hole and Charlott at the Mansn House @ 10/ 1..[0]..[0]
+ Charlotte A
Female

Seamstress
Provisions Mansion House November 07, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Charlotte A
Female

Seamstress
Provisions November 05, 1790 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Charlotte A
Female

Comment December 14, 1790 Letter from George Augustine Washington, 14 December 1790

the Children of Caroline & Sharlot being in [81] the yard certainly render it more difficult to keep it clean but while one remains but little advantage will be derived from removing the other
+ Charlotte A
Female

Seamstress
Provisions 1791 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Charlotte A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mount Vernon April 19, 1791 Letter to Fanny Bassett Washington from MW, 19 April 1791

…some day last week I wrote to you and inclosed [enclosed] some muslin borders for Charlot to hem - when they are done be so god [good] as to send them back to me…
+ Charlotte A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mount Vernon June 05, 1791 Letter to Fanny Bassett Washington from MW, 5 June 1791

I sent by Hercules some rufles for my little Boys bosom which I beg you will make Charlot hem - and ship them ready to sew on and send me six at a time as his old ruffles are worne to raggs …
+ Charlotte A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mount Vernon August 29, 1791 Letter to Fanny Bassett Washington from MW, 29 August 1791

Your letter of the 25th is come to hand with ruffles - I wish you'd had them whiped - it was but little more trouble for Charlot, they cannot be sewed on the wristbands till they are whiped - she is so indolent that she will doe nothing but what she is told she knows how work should be done, …
+ Charlotte A
Female

Seamstress
Comment Mount Vernon August 29, 1791 Letter to Fanny Bassett Washington from MW, 29 August 1791

I cannot find how it is possible for her [Charlotte] and Caroline to be altogether taken up in making the peoples cloths - if you suffer them to goe on so idele they will in a little time doe nothing but work for themselves…
+ Charlotte A
Female

Textile Work Mount Vernon August 29, 1791 Letter to Fanny Bassett Washington from MW, 29 August 1791

I shall bring work for Charlot to doe for me so that she must endeavor to get your family business done as fast as they can…
+ Charlotte A
Female

Health Mansion House November 29, 1791 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Lawson Parker pd [paid] him as pr [per] Rect [Receipt] in full for the services of his deceased wife Darcus Parker for acting in the capacity of a midwife to the following Women - Grace at Dogue Run, Rose & Delia at Frenches, Pegg at River Plantn [Plantation], Charlott & Dolchia at Mansn [Mansion] house 3..10..0
+ Charlotte A
Female

Seamstress
Provisions Mansion House 1792 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Charlotte A
Female

Health Mansion House January 16, 1792 Letter from Anthony Whitting, 15 January 1792

my time has been very much taken up with the Sick people in preparing medicine & attending them. I have applyd to Dr. Craik & he has been down & I have frequently his directions. We have several now very sick - Beck at Ferry I think will not recover, Isaacs two Girls Mima & Ally are both very poorly & Young Boatswain is very Sick. Some of the others Sall at Dogue Run, Betty Davis, Delia at frenchs, Charlotte [and] Caroline &c [etcetera] are now better.
+ Charlotte A
Female

Health Mansion House October 31, 1792 Letter from Anthony Whitting, 31 October 1792

Boatswain & Charlotte have both had the flux but Charlotte very lightly Boatswain has been bad I sent for Docr Craik last Saturday who gave them Medecine which seemd to relieve them The Docr Orderd them Rice Water but I can find none in the House Charlotte had a sore throat he order’d her Honey & Vinegar of the former there is none likewise, He Scolded said medecine would not cure them if they had not things proper for them …
+ Charlotte A
Female

Seamstress
Provisions Mansion House November 04, 1792 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Charlotte A
Female

Seamstress
Provisions Mansion House December 1792 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Charlotte A
Female

Punishment January 10, 1793 Letter to Anthony Whitting, 20 January 1793

Your treatment of Charlotte was very proper—and if she, or any other—of the Servants will not do their duty by fair means—or are impertinent, correction (as the only alternative) must be administered.
+ Charlotte A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House January 12, 1793 Farm Reports, 12 January 1793

By Charlotte Making 9 peoples shirts 6 [days]
+ Charlotte A
Female

Seamstress
Health Mansion House January 16, 1793 Letter from Anthony Whitting, 16 January 1793

Charlotte I Guess will be reported Sick this week I Gave her a Whiping on Saturday & I find She dont intend to work in order I suppose to be even with Me When I was Culling out the River hogs she sent by Muddy hole David requesting I would Give her a Spear rib as She Long’d for it this I knew to be false and thought it to be a piece of impudence in her which She has a Great Share of I did not send it but on Saturday I sent one to each of the Women at the Qu[arte]r of Course She had one with the rest but She I fancy watch’d me home & as soon as I got in the house brings the Spear rib & thro’s down at the Door (affronted I suppose at my not sending it on Thursday) told me indeed She wanted none of my Meat & was in Short very impudent I took a hickory Switch which I rode with & Gave her a very Good Whiping She certainly could come for nothing else, On Monday Morning Mrs Ehlers informed me She had sent her work but Charlotte had sent it back I went to the Qur [Quarter] & Gave a little more but I believe She has not done any thing yet under a pretence of her finger receiving a blow & was Swelld She threatens me very much with informing Lady Washington when She comes home & says She has not been whipd for 14 Years past, but I fully expect I shall have to Give her some More of it before She will behave herself for I am determined to lower her Spirit or Skin her Back.
+ Charlotte A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House February 16, 1793 Farm Reports, 16 February 1793

By Charlotte Making 9 Shirts 6 [days]
+ Charlotte A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House March 16, 1793 Farm Reports, 17 March 1793

By Charlotte Making 12 Children Shifts 6 [days]
+ Charlotte A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House March 23, 1793 Farm Reports, 23 March 1793

By Charlotte making 2 Shift & to Knit Stocken 6 [days]
+ Charlotte A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work April 28, 1793 Letter to Anthony Whitting, 28 April 1793

Is all the Peoples cloaths made, that Charlotte should be out of Work? The Spinning in this case, or indeed in any case, ought to go on expeditiously; to provide for the Fall cloathing.
+ Charlotte A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House July 27, 1793 Farm Reports, 27 July 1793

By Charlotte knitting 1 ½ par of stocking 6 [days]
+ Charlotte A
Female

Health Mansion House August 03, 1793 Farm Reports, 3 August 1793

By Sickness Charlotte 6 days Dolsey 6 days 12 [Days]
+ Charlotte A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House August 04, 1793 Letter to Fanny Bassett Washington from MW, 4 August 1793

…the President says that the linnin may be got for the House people - having the Cutting out of the winter cloths for the people that Charlot may set about making them…
+ Charlotte A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House August 10, 1793 Farm Reports, 10 August 1793

By Carlotte Knitting 1 1/2 par [pairs] of Stocking 6 [Days]
+ Charlotte A
Female

Health Mansion House August 31, 1793 Farm Reports, 31 August 1793

By Sickness Charlotte 6 days Dolsey 6 days
+ Charlotte A
Female

Health Mansion House December 28, 1793 Farm Reports, 28 December 1793

By Sickniss Charlotte 6 days Caroline 6 day Doll 6 days
+ Charlotte A
Female

Health Mansion House January 12, 1794 Letter to William Pearce, 12 January 1794

Charlotte at the Mansion house has been reported sick for several weeks—Mrs Washington desires you will examine her case, and if it appears necessary to request Doctor Craik to attend, & prescribe for her.
+ Charlotte A
Female

Health Mansion House February 08, 1794 Farm Reports, 8 February 1794

By Sickness Charlotte 6 days Caroline 6 Anne 6 Doll 6 days
+ Charlotte A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House May 31, 1794 Farm Reports, 31 May 1794

By Charlotte do [sowing] 9 do [Shirts] 6 [days]
+ Charlotte A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work August 30, 1794 Farm Reports, 30 August 1794

By Charlotte do [Sewing] 3 Jackets & 3 Breeches 3 days
+ Charlotte A
Female

Nurse
Health Mansion House August 30, 1794 Farm Reports, 30 August 1794

By Charlotte...went by a sieck women 3 days
+ Charlotte A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House November 01, 1794 Farm Reports, 1 November 1794

By Charlotte do [Spinning] 4 pd of do [yarn] 6 [days]
+ Charlotte A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House November 08, 1794 Farm Reports, 8 November 1794

By Charlotte sewing 6 Jackets & 6 Breeches 6 [days]
+ Charlotte A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House February 14, 1795 Farm Reports, 14 February 1795

By Charlotte Sowing 6 People Shirts 4 Days & Knitting 2 days
+ Charlotte A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House February 21, 1795 Farm Reports, 21 February 1795

By Charlotte Sowing 9 Shirts 6 [days]
+ Charlotte A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House May 30, 1795 Farm Reports, 30 May 1795

By Charlotte Knitting 3 Stocking 5 [days]
+ Charlotte A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House July 11, 1795 Farm Reports, 11 July 1795

By Charlotte Knitting 2 pear of Stocking 6 [days]
+ Charlotte A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House July 18, 1795 Farm Reports, 18 July 1795

By Charlotte Sowing 1 Jacket & 1 Trawses & Minding John Shirts & Knitting 1 pear of Stocking 6 [days]
+ Charlotte A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House December 05, 1795 Farm Reports, 5 December 1795

By Charlotte sowing 3 suits of cloth 3 [days]
+ Charlotte A
Female

Health Mansion House December 05, 1795 Farm Reports, 5 December 1795

By Sieckness Doll 6 days Betty Davis 6 Charlotte 3
+ Charlotte A
Female

Spinner
Textile Work Mansion House December 19, 1795 Farm Reports, 19 December 1795

By Charlotte sewing 6 suits Clothes 6 [days]
+ Charlotte A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House January 16, 1796 Farm Reports, 16 January 1796

By Charlotte sewing 9 shirts 6 [Days]
+ Charlotte A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House April 16, 1796 Farm Reports, 16 April 1796

By Charlotte do [sewing] 9 shirts 6 [Days]
+ Charlotte A
Female

House Servant
Reassignment Mansion House July 30, 1796 Farm Reports, 30 July 1796

By Charlotte do [work for the House] 6 [Days]
+ Charlotte A
Female

Laborer
House Work Mansion House October 22, 1796 Farm Reports, 22 October 1796

By Charlotte do [work in the House] 6 [days]
+ Charlotte A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House November 12, 1796 Farm Reports, 12 November 1796

By Charlotte do [sewing] 5 suits of do [clothes] 6 [days]
+ Charlotte A
Female

Health Mansion House November 19, 1796 Farm Reports, 19 November 1796

By Sieckness Charlotte 6 days Dall 6 days Alley 6 days
+ Charlotte A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House January 07, 1797 Farm Reports, 7 January 1797

Charlotte Knitting three Stockings 6 [days]
+ Charlotte A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House January 14, 1797 Farm Reports, 14 January 1797

Lucy Knitting one pr [pair] Stockigns & Charlotte [knitting] 2 pr [pairs] do [Stockings] 12 [days]
+ Charlotte A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House January 21, 1797 Farm Reports, 20 January 1797

Charlote Knitting 2 pair of stockings 6 [days]
+ Charlotte A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House January 28, 1797 Farm Reports, 28 January 1797

Charlote Kniting 2 pair Stockings 6 [days]
+ Charlotte A
Female

Knitter
Textile Work Mansion House February 04, 1797 Farm Reports, 4 February 1797

Charlote Do [Knitting] 2 pr of Do [stockings] 6 days
+ Charlotte A
Female

Health Mansion House February 11, 1797 Farm Reports, 11 February 1797

Sick Charlotte 6 days
+ Charlotte A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House February 18, 1797 Farm Reports, 18 February 1797

Charlotte Sewing 6 Shirts 4 [days]
+ Charlotte A
Female

Health Mansion House February 18, 1797 Farm Reports, 18 February 1797

And Charlotte [2 days]
+ Charlotte A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House February 25, 1797 Farm Reports, 25 February 1797

Charlotte sewing 9 Sheets
+ Charlotte A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House March 04, 1797 Farm Reports, 4 March 1797

Charlotte Sewing 9 Shirts 6 [days]
+ Charlotte A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mansion House March 11, 1797 Farm Reports, 11 March 1797

By Charlotte Sewing 6 shirts 6 [days]
+ Charlotte A
Female

Laborer
House Work Mansion House March 18, 1797 Farm Reports, 18 March 1797

By Charlotte do [sewing] 3 shirts & work in the Hous.3 [days]
+ Charlotte A
Female

Seamstress
Reassignment Mansion House March 18, 1797 Farm Reports, 18 March 1797

By Charlotte do sewing 3 shirts [& work in the Hous.] 3 [days]
+ Charlotte A
Female

Laborer
House Work Mansion House March 25, 1797 Farm Reports, 25 March 1797

[Sall, Dolsey], Charlotte, [& Caroline in the House] 24 [days]
+ Charlotte A
Female

Laborer
House Work Mansion House April 01, 1797 Farm Reports, 1 April 1797

Charlotte in the house 6 [days]
+ Charlotte A
Female

Laborer
House Work Mansion House April 08, 1797 Farm Reports, 8 April 1797

Charlotte working in do [House] 6 [days]
+ Charlotte A
Female

Health Mansion House April 15, 1797 Farm Reports, 15 April 1797

Charlotte in Child Bed 6 [days]
+ Charlotte A
Female

Health Mansion House April 29, 1797 Farm Reports, 29 April 1797

Charlotte in Child bed 6 days
+ Charlotte A
Female

House Maid
Reassignment Mansion House May 06, 1797 Farm Reports, 6 May 1797

Decrease Charlotte, [& Doll in the House] 12 [days]
+ Charlotte A
Female

Comment Mount Vernon March 19, 1799 Invoice from Dr. Robert H. Wade, 16 April 1799

[To] Medicine for Charlotte's 3 children
+ Charlotte A
Female

Health Mount Vernon April 12, 1799 Invoice from Dr. Robert H. Wade, 16 April 1799

[To] do [bleeding &] do [medicine for] Charlotte ..4..9
+ Charlotte A
Female

Comment Mount Vernon April 12, 1799 Invoice from Dr. Robert H. Wade, 16 April 1799

[To] do [Medicine] for Charlotte's child
+ Charlotte A
Female

Seamstress
Census Mansion House June 1799 Negroes Belonging to George Washington in his own Right and by Marriage, June 1799

+ Charlotte A
Female

House Servant
Comment December 14, 1799 Narrative Account of the Death of George Washington, 14 December 1799

Caroline, Molly & Charlotte were in the room standing near the door.
+ Charlotte A
Female

House Maid
Comment December 15, 1799 Narrative Account of the Death of George Washington, 15 December 1799

At the time of his decease Dr Craik & myself were in the situation before mentioned. Christopher was standing by the Bedside…Caroline, Charlotte, and some other of the servants were standing in the Room near the door.
+ Christopher Sheels
Female

Health Mansion House September 27, 1776 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To Mrs Bishup for Laying Kitty & Alice 1..0..0
+ City A
Female

Census Brick House Plantation December 1771 List of Slaves Belonging to George Washington & John Parke Custis, December 1771

An Inventory of the Negro’s belonging to G. Washington & J. P. Custis As given in by the respective Overseers after the death of Mr Joseph Valentine in the Month of Decr 1771…[New Kent County] ...Hannah P[ast} L[abo]r, Nanny 50, Beck 40, Eleh 35, Arber 30, Eve 25, Crayger 25, Fanny <25>, Nell 20, Fran <16>, Suckey <15> Aggy 12, Moll 10, Dolly 6, Moll 6, Nan 3, Sibba 5, 2, Tally 2, Aley 2, Grace 1, Amey with Dite Howl 12…
+ Clara A
Female

Slave Purchase New Kent County April 24, 1788 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By the following Negroes & Stock purchased on my acct by Mr Burwell Bassett as per his Letter & memo of this date viz. Negroes. Jenny, Anna, Laura, Jenney for … £85.10.0 Phillis, Seilla £56.5 Jess £90.2 … 146.7.0 Moses £52.10 Clara, Burwell, Chas Anthony £99 151.11.0 Sall £22.10 Kate & Child 52.10 … 75.0.0 Onez, Mary £10.10s. Betty, Louisa £48.15 … 59.5.0 Billy £52.10s Sukey £52, Dinah £30 … 134.10.0 Moses £60.10s .. George £60.1s .. Jenez £67.11s 188.2.0 Ned 67.11. John £45 … 112.18.0 Dick £37. Anderson £30. Abram £65 … 132.0.0 Frederick £60. Jack Slow £64.15 … 124.15.0 Pleasant £15.1. Major £71 … 86.1.0 [Total] 1295..11..[0]
+ Clio A
Female

Slave Purchase January 9, 1755 Ledger A, 1750-1772

By a Negro woman calld Clio - bot [bought] at Ditto [Buckners Sale] 50..[0]..[0]
+ Clio A
Female

Seamstress
Textile Work Mount Vernon June 14, 1755 Letter to John Augustine Washington, 14 June 1755

My Negro’s Cloaths I hope you will take care to get in time, and employ Cleo’s leizure hour’s in makg them.
+ Cloe A
Female

Laborer
Census River Farm June 04, 1761 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1761

A List of Tithables in Fairfax County given in June 4th 1761 George Washington …River Plantn:... Tom, Neptune, George, Betty, Cloe, Doll. …
+ Cloe A
Female

Laborer
Census River Farm June 19, 1762 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1762

A List of Tythables in Fairfax County—given into Captn Daniel McCarty—June 9th 1762—viz. George Washington ... River Plann: ... Tom, Ben, George, Robin, Nat, Peg, Murria, Clœ, Flora, Doll—GW. …
+ Cloe A
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Census River Farm June 10, 1763 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1763

A List of Lands entered agreable to Act of Assembly made in November 1762 and given in with the List of Tythables in Fairfax Cty 10th June 1763 to Collo. Jno. Carlyle George Washington ... Rivr Side:... Tom, Ben, George, Natt, Robin, Ruth, Peg, Murria, Doll, Cloe. …
+ Cloe A
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Census River Farm July 02, 1765 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1765

List of Tythables in Fairfax Parish—Fairfax Cty. ...Tom, Nat, Ben, Cupid, Will, George, Schomberg, Ruth, Peg, Murria, Doll, Cloe, Nan, Daphne….
+ Cloe A
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Runaway Maryland April 10, 1766 Ledger A, 1750-1772

By Exps. [Expenses] in taking Cloe out of P[rison] 15 Dollrs [Dollars] 5..12..6 [Maryland currency]
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Census River Farm June 16, 1766 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1766

Tythables in Fairfax Parish James Cleveland Frederick, Ben, Cupid, Nat, Will, Neptune, Abram, Walley, Schomberg, Ruth, Peg, Murria, Doll, Cloe, Nan, Daphne, Judy, Molly, Jenny.
+ Cloe A
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Census River Farm June 15, 1767 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1767

Tithables in Fairfax Parish James Cleveland [River farm] Frederick, Ben, Natt, Will, Neptune, Abram, Walley, Schomberg, Ruth, Peg, Murria, Doll, Cloe, Nan, Daphne, Judy, Milly.
+ Cloe A
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Census River Farm June 20, 1768 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1768

List of Tithables in Fairfax Parish James Cleveland [River Farm] Frederick, Ben, Natt, Will, Neptune, Abram, Walley, Schomberg, Ruth, Peg, Murria, Doll, Cloe, Nan, Daphne, Judy, Milly, Sarah. In all—19.
+ Cloe A
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Census River Farm June 20, 1769 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1769

List of Tithables in Fairfax Parish 20 June 1769. James Cleveland Frederick, Ben, Natt, Will, Neptune, Abram, George, Walley, Schomberg, Ruth, Peg, Murria, Doll, Cloe, Nan, Daphne, Judy, Milly, Lucy.
+ Cloe A
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Census River Farm July 16, 1770 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1770

List of Tithables in Fairfax Parish July 16th 1770. James Cleveland Frederick, Essex, Ben, Natt, Will, Neptune, Abram, George, Walley, Schomberg, Ruth, Peg, Murria, Doll, Daphne, Cloe, Nan, Judy, Milly.3 In all 20.
+ Cloe A
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Census River Farm June 14, 1771 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1771

A List of Tithables—in Fairfax Parish—14th June 1771. ...Frederick, Essex, Ben, Natt, Will, Neptune, Abram, George, Schomberg, Ruth, Peg, Murria, Doll, Daphne, Cloe, Nan, Judah, Milly.
+ Cloe A
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Census River Farm June 10, 1772 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1772

List of Tythables—in Fairfax Parish 10th—June—1772. ... Frederick, Essex, Ben, Natt, Will, Neptune, Abram, George, Schomberg, Dick, Ruth, Peg, Murria, Doll, Daphne, Cloe, Nan, Judah, Milly.
+ Cloe A
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Census River Farm June 09, 1773 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1773

Tythables—in Fairfax Parish—9th June 1773 … Frederick, Essex, Ben, Natt, Will, Neptune, Abram, George, Schomberg, Dick, Robin, Arlington, Ned, George, Ruth, Peg, Murria, Doll, Daphne, Cloe, Nan, Judy, Milly, Frank, Judy, Sue, Kitt, Hannah, Nell. …
+ Cloe A
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Provisions River Farm 1774 Manager Ledger (Lund Washington), 1772-1786

To Do [Clothes] for Women viz Ruth 1, Peg 2, Daphne 3, Francis 4, Kate 5, Doll 6, Led 7, Suck 8, Mariane 9, Milly 10, Ester 11, Nelly 12, Cloe 13, Judy 14, Hanna 15, Judy 16, Nancy 17 … a Pettycoat, Jackett, 2 Shifts 1 p. Stockings 1 p Shoes each, a
+ Cloe A
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Census River Farm July 1774 Memorandum List of Tithables, 1774

Tithables in Fairfax Parish July 1774. Alexr Cleveland, James Oram Frederick, Essex, Ben, Natt, Will, Neptune, Abram, George, Schomberg, Robin, George, Arlington, Ned, Harry, Bath, Scipio, Stafford, Ruth, Peg, Murria, Doll, Daphne, Cloe, Nan, Suckey, Judy, Milly, Frank, Judy, Sue, Nell, Kitt, Hannah.
+ Cloe A
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Census River Farm March 1785 List of Taxable Property, Fairfax Parish, 1785

A List of Genl Washingtons taxable property in Fairfax Parish March 17<85>…Above 16 years old…Will, George, Bosin, Nat, Ben, Ned, Essex, Bath, Breechy, John, Sambo, Adam, Ruth, Pegg, Coffee, Daphne, Doll, Maria, Nancy, Judith, Judith, Esther, Hannah, Lyday, Agnes, Sucky,
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Census River Farm February 18, 1786 Diary Entry, 18 February 1786

+ Cloe A
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Provisions River Farm April 1786 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Cloe A
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Provisions River Farm November 12, 1786 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Cloe A
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Provisions River Farm 1787 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Cloe A
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Census River Farm April 1788 List of Taxable Property in Fairfax Parish, 1788

Blacks above 12 years of age…[column 4]…Hannah, Cornelia, Lidya, Esther, Cloe, Fanny, Alice. Under 16 …
+ Cloe A
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Farm Work Mansion House June 24, 1788 Diary Entry, 24 June 1788

In the Neck...all (except Ben who was left to Sow Pease, as the ground could be prepared—Lydia for the purpose of Milking, & Will because he was unable to walk and all 3 to weed the Pease in hills) came to the New ground at the Mansn. House.
+ Cloe A
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Provisions River Farm July 1788 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Cloe A
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Provisions River Farm November 10, 1788 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Cloe A
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Provisions River Farm July 11, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Cloe A
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Provisions River Farm November 07, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Cloe A
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Provisions River Farm January 16, 1790 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Cloe A
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Health River Farm February 27, 1790 Farm Reports, 27 February 1790

By Sickness Doll 6 days – Cloe 4 [days]. Breach 2 [days] – Judy 2 [days] & Suck 1 day in child bed Agness 6 [days] 21 [days]
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Health River Farm March 06, 1790 Farm Reports, 6 March 1790

By Sickness Robin 6 days - Doll 5 ditto - Ned 3 - Cloe 1 - Ruth 1
+ Cloe A
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Provisions River Farm November 05, 1790 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Cloe A
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Health River Farm December 04, 1790 Farm Reports, 4 December 1790

By Sickness Daphny 6 days. Ben 2. Ruth 6 — Rose 3. John 6. Easter 2 Joe 4. Pegg 6. Robin 3. Fanny 2. Judy 4. Doll 6. Hannah 4. Matt 4. Cornelia 6 Chloe 6. Agness 1
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Provisions River Farm 1791 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Cloe A
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Provisions River Farm 1792 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Cloe A
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Health River Farm July 27, 1793 Farm Reports, 27 July 1793

By Sickness Daphne 6 Breechey 4 Sall 2 Cloe 1
+ Cloe A
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Health River Farm August 03, 1793 Farm Reports, 3 August 1793

By Sickness Daphne 6, Cloe 6, Agniss 4, Sall 4, Frank 1
+ Cloe A
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Health River Farm May 19, 1798 Farm Reports, 19 May 1798

Cloe sick 5 [days]
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Health River Farm September 08, 1798 Farm Reports, 8 September 1798

Sick…Chloe 4 [days]
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Census River Farm June 1799 Negroes Belonging to George Washington in his own Right and by Marriage, June 1799

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Slave Purchase October 22, 1765 Mortgage of John Posey's Personal Property to George Washington, 1767

Know all men by these presents that I John Posey of the county of Fairfax in the colony of Virginia Gentleman for and in consideration of the sum of seventy pounds current money of Virginia to me in hand paid at and upon the sealing and delivery of these presents by George Washington of the said county and colony aforesaid Esquire the receipt whereof I do hereby acknowledge have bargained and sold & by these presents do bargain and sell unto the said George Washington the following slaves to wit. Bob, James, Jack, Henley, Casar, Bacchus, Hercules, Luke, Ben, Isaac, Jacob, Jean, Winney, Judy, Nancy, Sinah, Silvia, Chloe, Lett, Vincy, Jean, Henrietta, Farthing, Sarah, Nan & Hester, in possession of him the said John Posey and now by him delivered to the said George Washington to satisfy and secure the debt aforesaid in manner & form aforesaid being supposed by the above mentioned John Posey and George Washington that part of the above mentioned slaves would be more than Sufficient to Satisfy the Just consideration of a bill of sale for the above mentioned slaves…
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Slave Sale Rover's Delight October 23, 1769 Advertisement of Property of John Posey for Sale, 19 October 1769

To be SOLD for ready money, at Rover's Delight in Fairfax county, on Monday the 23d inst. (October) A TRACT of valuable LAND in said county, lying on Potowmack river; adjoining to the land on which the subscriber now keeps ferry, and very fit for farming. On the premises is a large barn, 60 feet by 30, framed and shingled; eight framed barracks 26 feet square, a large corn-house, and sundry other houses, with a good fishery appertaining. At the same time and place, and upon the same terms, will likewise be sold about twenty-five choice SLAVES, consisting of men, women, and children. Also sundry horses, cattle, sheep, and hogs; together with various kinds of household furnishing and implements of husbandry. The money arising from the sales to be paid into the hands of George Washington, Esq; JOHN POSEY
+ Cornelia A
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Census River Farm March 1785 List of Taxable Property, Fairfax Parish, 1785

A List of Genl Washingtons taxable property in Fairfax Parish March 17<85>…Under 16 years old…Fany, Cornelius, Billy, Ben, Joe, Moses, Ned, Peter, Daniel, Natt, Hugh, Rose, Synthia, Jenny, Betty, Lucy, Dorthy, Phebe, Daphne, Alice, Doll…
+ Cornelia A
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Census River Farm February 18, 1786 Diary Entry, 18 February 1786

+ Cornelia A
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Provisions River Farm April 1786 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Cornelia A
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Provisions River Farm November 12, 1786 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Cornelia A
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Provisions River Farm 1787 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Cornelia A
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Census River Farm April 1788 List of Taxable Property in Fairfax Parish, 1788

Blacks above 12 years of age…[column 4]…Hannah, Cornelia, Lidya, Esther, Cloe, Fanny, Alice. Under 16 …
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Cultivator of the Soil
Farm Work Mansion House June 24, 1788 Diary Entry, 24 June 1788

In the Neck...all (except Ben who was left to Sow Pease, as the ground could be prepared—Lydia for the purpose of Milking, & Will because he was unable to walk and all 3 to weed the Pease in hills) came to the New ground at the Mansn. House.
+ Cornelia A
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Provisions River Farm July 1788 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Cornelia A
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Provisions River Farm November 10, 1788 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Cornelia A
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Provisions River Farm July 11, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Cornelia A
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Provisions River Farm November 07, 1789 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Cornelia A
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Health River Farm January 09, 1790 Farm Reports, 9 January 1790

By Sickness Cornelia 6 days Natt 3, & Agness 3 days
+ Cornelia A
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Provisions River Farm January 16, 1790 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Cornelia A
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Health River Farm September 18, 1790 Farm Reports, 18 September 1790

By Sickness Cornilia 6 days
+ Cornelia A
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Provisions River Farm November 05, 1790 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Cornelia A
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Provisions River Farm November 05, 1790 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Cornelia A
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Health River Farm December 04, 1790 Farm Reports, 4 December 1790

By Sickness Daphny 6 days. Ben 2. Ruth 6 — Rose 3. John 6. Easter 2 Joe 4. Pegg 6. Robin 3. Fanny 2. Judy 4. Doll 6. Hannah 4. Matt 4. Cornelia 6 [days] Chloe 6. Agness 1
+ Cornelia A
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Health River Farm December 23, 1790 Ledger B, 1772-1793

By Mrs Darcus Parker pd [paid] her in full of all demands for delivering the following Women - Cornelia - Agnes - & Alice - at River Plantn - Doll - Fanny - Rachael - & Lucy - at the Ferry - Grace - Charity - Siller & Betty Davis - at Dogue Run - Molly - Peg & Nancy - at Muddy hole - Kitty & Alice - at the Mansn House in all 16 - @ 10/ 8..[0]..[0]
+ Cornelia A
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Provisions River Farm 1791 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Cornelia A
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Provisions River Farm 1791 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Cornelia A
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Health River Farm February 05, 1791 Farm Reports, 5 February 1791

[By Sickness] Cornilia 6.[days]
+ Cornelia A
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Provisions River Farm 1792 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Cornelia A
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Provisions River Farm 1792 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Cornelia A
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Provisions River Farm 1792 Overseer's Account Book, 1785-1798

+ Cornelia A
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Health River Farm January 21, 1792 Farm Reports, 21 January 1792

By Sickness Ruth 6 [days] Cornelia 4 [days] Robin 3 [days] Esther 1 day 14 [Days]
+ Cornelia A
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Health River Farm April 07, 1792 Farm Reports, 7 April 1792

By Cornelia in Child bed 6 days 6 [Days]
+ Cornelia A
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Health River Farm April 14, 1792 Farm Reports, 14 April 1792

By Cornelia in childbed, 6 [Days]
+ Cornelia A
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Health River Farm February 16, 1793 Farm Reports, 16 February 1793

By Sickness Daphne 6 Bridgey 6 Old Ben 4 Cornelia 3 days
+ Cornelia A
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Health River Farm February 25, 1797 Farm Reports, 25 February 1797

[Sick] Cornelia do [in Child bed] 6 [days]
+ Cornelia A
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Health River Farm March 04, 1797 Farm Reports, 4 March 1797

Sick Agnes & Cornelia in Childbed 12 [days]
+ Cornelia A
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Health River Farm March 11, 1797 Farm Reports, 11 March 1797

& Cornelia in do [Childbed] 6 [days]
+ Cornelia A
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Health River Farm March 18, 1797 Farm Reports, 18 March 1797

Cornilia in Child bed 6 days
+ Cornelia A
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Census River Farm June 1799 Negroes Belonging to George Washington in his own Right and by Marriage, June 1799

+ Cornelia A
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Health Mount Vernon June 10, 1799 Invoice from Dr. James Craik, 20 June 1799

8 refrigerent powdrs [powders] for Cornelia
+ Cornelia B
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Census Great House Plantation December 1771 List of Slaves Belonging to George Washington & John Parke Custis, December 1771

An Inventory of the Negro’s belonging to G. Washington & J. P. Custis As given in by the respective Overseers after the death of Mr Joseph Valentine in the Month of Decr 1771 York County House Plantation… Female Eaby 50, Betty 50, Dinah 30, Peg 30, Fanny 35, Peg 25, Peg 20, S 20, Alice 60, 15, Nan 10, Frank 10, Mary 9, Silvia 7, Harbour 5, Barbery 6, Lydia 3, A Child Month, Corneliar 70, Grace 60...…
+ Cornelia D
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Census Mill Quarter December 1771 List of Slaves Belonging to George Washington & John Parke Custis, December 1771

An inventory of the Negro's belonging to G. Washington & J.P. Custis As given in by the respective Overseers after the death of Mr Joseph Valentine in the Month of Decr 1771 …Female Acka 30, 50, Cor 30, anny 85, Grace 55, Alice 25, Hannah 22, 20, eck 20, tt 19, 18, N 18, Amey 15, nny 15, S 13, 7, itt 7, ose 6, M 2Mths…
+ Cosiah A
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Census Jacksons Plantation December 1771 List of Slaves Belonging to George Washington & John Parke Custis, December 1771

An Inventory of the Negro’s belonging to G. Washington & J. P. Custis As given in by the respective Overseers after the death of Mr Joseph Valentine in the Month of Decr 1771… [York County] &ca Female Hannah 27, Dinah 35, Nanny 30, Cuz 15, Grace 14, Eaby 17, Phoebe 13, Aggy 11, 9.…
+ Couta A
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Census Mount Vernon March 8, 1753 Inventory of the Estate of Lawrence Washington, 7-8 March 1753

An Inventory of the Estate of Lawrence Washington Esqr. deceased, as Apprais’d by us the Subscribers the 7th and 8th of March 1753 Negros Dublin £40, Dula 40, Ned 40, Sands 40, Acco 40, Sando 40, Will 40, Ben 40, Frank 40, Moll daughter to Frank 25, Mildred do [daughter to Frank] 20, Hannah do [daughter to Frank] 15, Penny do [daughter to Frank] 10, Moll 25, Lett and Child Young Sands 45, Barbara 40, Will [child of] Barbara 10, Grace 35, Phebe 35, Couta and Child 45, Judy 35, Sarah [child of] Judy 28, Kate 30, Ceasar 25, Tom 15, Glasgow 10, Charles 30, Aaron [child of] Grace 20, Barbara [child of] Couta 15, George [child of] Phebe 15, Lucy [child of] Lett 25, Bella Do [child of Lett] 20, Lydia Do [child of Lett] 15, Nan Mulato 15
+ Couta A
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Slave Inheritance December 10, 1754 Memorandum II, Division of the Slaves of Lawrence Washington, 17