Valinda Wade was married to Zephaniah Wade. After his death, she was living as widow with her three daughters on a tract of land adjoining Mount Vernon’s Mill farm. In 1761, she owed 12s. 9d. to GW for smith's work which was paid for by Edward Barrett. Later in 1767, her three daughters, Valinda, Sarah, and Eleanor, bought cloth from GW’s weavers.