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Name Birth Death Occupation
Madden (Maddin), Mawbrey 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
Manley, Harrison 1773 Harrison Manley (d. 1773), was the son of John Manley (d. 1750) and Sarah Harrison Manley, and the brother of Penelope Manley French. Manley occasionally sold wheat to GW and used the services of GW' ... Read More
Manley, Mary (Molly) Mary (Molly) Manley was the daughter of Harrison Manley and Margert Barry Manley Sanford.
Marshall, James James Marshall had a tavern in Piscataway, Prince George's County, Maryland. This may be the same Mr. Marshall in GW's 1762 Cash Account (see Ledger A, 145). GW supplied Marshall with 1, ... Read More
Massey, Lee 1732 1814 Lee Massey (1732–1814) practiced law in his early years, but in the latter 1760s he was chosen by the vestry of Truro Parish to be rector of the parish and sent to England for ordination. He retired ... Read More
McBride, Francis GW made a survey on 3 Nov. 1749 for Francis McBride for 386¼ acres on the Lost River, the upper portion of the Cacapon River (Va., now W.Va.). GW made another survey in 1750 for 224 acres, also on ... Read More
McCarty, Daniel 1792 Daniel McCarty (d. 1792), son of Daniel McCarty (d.1724), was a wealthy planter living at Mount Air on Accotink Creek in Fairfax County. He was married to Sinah Bell McCarty (d. 1798) with whom he ... Read More
McCarty, Daniel (Pope's Creek) 1795 Daniel McCarty (d. 1795), son of Daniel McCarty (d. 1744), lived at Pope’s Creek in Westmoreland County, Virginia. He was a near neighbor of William Augustine Washington.
McGachen, William William McGachen (McGachin) was a sea captain with whom GW had dealings for a number of years. He was captain of the "convict Ship" Phoenix, which was owned by Stewart & Campbell of London. He ... Read More
McKeaver, Rachel Beginning in November 1767, Rachel McKeaver was in GW's employ at Mount Vernon as a housekeeper. She worked there for ten months and may have been a replacement for Sarah Harle who had left at ... Read More
McWilliams, William
Mercer, James (d.1793) c. 1735 1793 James Mercer (ca.1735–1793) was the son of John Mercer (1704-1768) of Marlborough in Stafford County, Virginia, a brother of George and John Fenton Mercer, and the half brother of John Francis Mercer ... Read More
Mercer, John Francis 1759 1821 John Francis Mercer (1759-1821) was the son of John Mercer (1704-1768) of Marlborough in Stafford County, Virginia, and the half brother to George and James Mercer. He was commissioned a lieutenant ... Read More
Mitchell, Jeremiah In early March 1760 GW made a contract with Jeremiah Mitchell, an independent artisan, to repair his deteriorating mill in the summer months when the stream ran dry. Due to heavy rains, repairs were ... Read More
Monroe, Thomas Thomas Monroe of Fairfax County, Va., owed GW 13 shillings, 9 pence in the fall of 1767 for weaving. Monroe got 16 yards of striped cotton. Monroe submitted a cash payment in the amount of 10 ... Read More
Morgan, Abram (Abraham) On 25 Dec. 1772, John Glascock, Jr., transferred his lease of the 100-acre lot no. 16 in Fauquier County, Va., to Abram Morgan, who paid GW £15 in back rent. In 1784 the tenancy was transferred to ... Read More
Muschett, John In 1769 GW gave John Muschett of Charles County, Md., 12 shillings and 6 pence for "a years Maryld Gazette" (Ledger A, 291; see also Ledger A, 212).
Muse, Battaile 1751 1803 Battaile Muse (1751–1803) was the son of Col. George Muse (1720–1790) of Caroline County, Va., who served with GW in the Virginia Regiment during the Fort Necessity campaign, and Elizabeth Battaile ... Read More