Waggoner

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One who has charge of a wagon as driver.

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John Adams was GW’s wagon driver at the Bullskin plantation.

GW frequently used Zachariah Connel in 1765 as a wagoner from his Bullskin plantation.

In March 1774, Mawbrey Madden (Maddin), along with Peter Luke, both of Frederick County, Va., was paid the first of three installments for “25½ days Waggonage of Goods to Red-stone Settlement @ 12 ... Read More

John Beard served for a time as GW's wagoner during the French and Indian War (see Ledger A, 32).

In March 1774, Peter Luke, along with Mawbrey Madden (Maddin), both of Frederick County, Va., was paid the first of three installments for “25½ days Waggonage of Goods to Red-stone Settlement @ 12 ... Read More

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