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Name Birth Death Occupation
Jackson, Isaac Isaac Jackson was a fuller in Winchester, Virginia. In October 1766, GW sent him £1 in payment of his charges for "fulling & dressing 10 1/2 yds of 3/4 Cloth" and for “Scouring & dressing 8 ... Read More
Javings (Javens; Javins), Joseph 1760 Joseph Javins of Fairfax County died intestate in 1760, probably in June, and two of GW’s overseers, William Poole and Richard Stephens, were among those appointed to inventory his estate.
Jenkins, Bennett Bennett Jenkins was a member of the expedition led by Valentine Crawford that attempted to seat GW's lands on the Ohio and Kanawha rivers in 1774. GW paid Jenkins sums equivalent to a total of £2.4 ... Read More
Johnston, Robert c. 1768 Robert Johnston (died c.1768) rented land on Bullskin Run to GW. This may be the land GW surveyed for Johnston in 1752. The land consisted in a plantation where Patrick Matthews had lived and was in ... Read More
Jones, Henry Henry Jones of Fairfax County, Va., acted as overseer for the Dogue Run farm at Mount Vernon for one year, beginning in December 1791.  According to the agreement Jones had signed with George ... Read More
Jonus, Jacob Jacob Jonus (Jonas) served as GW's cook for about 18 months while GW was serving as colonel of the Virginia Regiment during the French and Indian War (see Ledger A, 42).
Josiah Watson & Company Josiah Watson and Company was a firm in Alexandria, Virginia.