|Place Name||County||State||Country||Place Type|
|Dumfries, Virginia||Prince William County (Va.)||Virginia||United States||City/Town||
Dumfries, a town on Quantico Creek in lower Prince William County, is about twenty-five miles down the Potomac from Alexandria.
|Essex County, Virginia||Essex County (Va.)||Virginia||United States||County|
|Evan's ordinary (Essex County, Va.)||Essex County (Va.)||Virginia||United States||Tavern/Ordinary||
Run by John Evans, Jr., Evan's Ordinary was a tavern located in Essex County, Virginia. In 1769 Evan's, Jr, offered it for sale.
|Falmouth, Virginia||King George County (Va.), Stafford County (Va.)||Virginia||United States||
Originally located in King George County, Va., Falmouth is now a part of Stafford County, Va. Dixon's Warehouse, a warehouse appointed for the inspection of tobacco, was located in Falmouth.
|Fauquier County, Virginia||Fauquier County (Va.)||Virginia||United States||County|
|Fayette County, Pennsylvania||Fayette County (Pa.)||Pennsylvania||United States||County||
GW owned a 1,644–acre tract, known as Washington’s Bottom, in Fayette county.
|Ferry farm (Mount Vernon, Va.)||Fairfax County (Va.)||Virginia||United States||Estate/Farm/Plantation/Residence||
GW's Ferry farm consisted of two tracts purchased in 1769 and 1770 from John Posey and John West, Jr. A short distance down the Potomac River from the Mount Vernon mansion, the farm was located ... Read More
|Fincastle County, Virginia||Fincastle County (Va.)||Virginia||United States||County||
Fincastle County, Va., was created in 1772 from Botetourt County on the north side of the Great Kanawha River.
|Finnie's ordinary (Williamsburg, Va.)||James City County (Va.)||Virginia||United States||Tavern/Ordinary||
Alexander Finnie bought the Raleigh Tavern in Williamsburg in 1749 and sold it in 1752 but continued, at least intermittently, to be a tavern keeper in the town until his death in 1769. When GW ... Read More
|Four Mile Run tract (Va.)||Fairfax County (Va.)||Virginia||United States||Tract||
The Four Mile Run tract was located on the north side of Four Mile Run, a stream that enters the Potomac River north of Alexandria. While GW began surveying the land on 22 April 1785, it was not ... Read More
|Fredericksburg, Virginia||Virginia||United States||City/Town|
|French's farm (Mount Vernon, Va.)||Fairfax County (Va.)||Virginia||United States||Estate/Farm/Plantation/Residence||
Mrs. Penelope Manley French owned land that lay between the Ferry and Dogue Run farms. GW bought French’s tract and another tract lying between the two farms in 1786.
|Gardner's ordinary (Fairfax County, Va.)||Fairfax County (Va.)||Virginia||United States||Tavern/Ordinary||
Gardner's ordinary was owned by William Gardner. He secured a license to operate an ordinary in Fairfax County on 15 April 1765.
|Gates County, North Carolina||Gates County (N.C.)||North Carolina||United States||County||
GW and and his brother-in-law Fielding Lewis purchased a tract of slightly more than 1,000 acres of Dismal Swamp land which was in Gates County, North Carolina in 1766.
|Georgetown, Washington, D.C.||DC, Maryland||United States||City/Town||
Originally part of Frederick County, Maryland, Georgetown was formed in 1751 as a port on the Potomac River. It is now a part of Washington, D.C.
|Gloucester County, Virginia||Gloucester County (Va.)||Virginia||United States||County|
|Gloucester, Virginia||Gloucester County (Va.)||Virginia||United States||City/Town|
|Grayson's ordinary (Alexandria, Va.)||Fairfax County (Va.)||Virginia||United States||Tavern/Ordinary||
Grayson's ordinary was run by Benjamin Grayson. On 19 Sept. 1764 he was granted a license by the Fairfax County court to keep an ordinary in Alexandria.
|Greenbrier County, West Virginia||Greenbrier County (Va., now W.Va.)||Virginia, West Virginia||United States||County||
Greenbrier County was formed in October 1777 from Botetourt and Montgomery counties in Virginia. It is now in the southeast portion of West Virginia. GW owned land in that county.
|Hampton, Virginia||Virginia||United States||City/Town||
Hampton is on the bay at Hampton Roads.
|Hanover Court House, Virginia||Hanover County (Va.)||Virginia||United States||City/Town||
Hanover Court House, now Hanover, is located fifteen miles north of Richmond.
|Hardin's ordinary (Va.)||Virginia||United States||Tavern/Ordinary||
William Pickett’s ordinary was the first public house north of Falmouth between Fredericksburg and Winchester. Martin Hardin’s ordinary was about 16 miles above Pickett’s.
|Havre de Grace, Maryland||Harford County (Md.)||Maryland||United States||City/Town||
GW dined at Havre de Grace on Friday, May 11, 1787, and again on Thursday, September 20, 1787.
|Hollis's ordinary (Fairfax County, Va.)||Fairfax County (Va.)||Virginia||United States||Tavern/Ordinary||
John Hollis (d. 1768) ran an ordinary in Fairfax County near the Loudoun County line.
|Hubbard's ordinary (Caroline County, Va.)||Caroline County (Va.)||Virginia||United States||Tavern/Ordinary||
Benjamin Hubbard’s ordinary was in Caroline County on the road from Williamsburg to Fredericksburg, about midway between the two towns.
|Hughes's ordinary (Alexandria, Va.)||Fairfax County (Va.)||Virginia||United States||Tavern/Ordinary||
On 18 Dec. 1759, Nathan Hughes applied for a license to keep an ordinary in Alexandria, and in December 1760 he and his wife mortgaged their property to Carlyle & Dalton.
|Hunting Creek Warehouse, Virginia||Fairfax County (Va.)||Virginia||United States||Warehouse||
Hunting Creek tobacco warehouse was one of four public tobacco warehouses in Fairfax County, Virginia. The others were Pohick, Falls of Potomac, and Colchester. Each had two inspectors appointed ... Read More
|Jamaica (West Indies)||Country|
|James City County, Virginia||James City County (Va.)||Virginia||United States||County|
|Johnson's ordinary (Va.)||Caroline County (Va.)||Virginia||United States||Tavern/Ordinary||
Acquila Johnson’s ordinary was in Caroline County about twenty miles below Fredericksburg.
|Julian's tavern (Fredericksburg, Va.)||Spotsylvania County (Va.)||Virginia||United States||Tavern/Ordinary||
Charles Julian and his wife kept a tavern in Fredericksburg.
|King William County, Virginia||King William County (Va.)||Virginia||United States||County|
|Kingsmill (plantation; James City County, Va.)||James City County (Va.)||Virginia||United States||Estate/Farm/Plantation/Residence||
Kingsmill plantation, the home of Lewis Burwell of James City County, Va., was situated on the James River about four miles southeast of Williamsburg.
|Laidler's ferry (Potomac River)||Charles County (Md.)||Maryland||United States||Ferry||
John Laidler (d. 1773) ran a ferry on the Potomac that ran from a site near Lower Cedar Point in Charles County, Maryland. Laidler’s was the major ferry crossing to the Virginia shore on that part ... Read More
|Lancaster County, Virginia||Lancaster County (Va.)||Virginia||United States||County|
|Leesburg, Virginia||Loudoun County (Va.)||Virginia||United States||City/Town||
Leesburg was the county seat of Loudoun County. It was founded in 1758.
|Little Falls Quarter (plantation; Stafford County, Va.)||Stafford County (Va.)||Virginia||United States||Estate/Farm/Plantation/Residence||
Little Falls Quarter was a plantation on the Rappahannock River which was owned by GW's mother Mary Ball Washington, but had been rented to GW, along with most of her slaves, after she moved to ... Read More
|Lomax's tavern (Alexandria, Va.)||Fairfax County (Va.)||Virginia||United States||Tavern/Ordinary||
John Lomax’s tavern was on the corner of Princess and Water streets in Alexandria, Virginia.
|Magill's (McGill's) tavern (Frederick County, Va.)||Frederick County (Va.)||Virginia||United States||Tavern/Ordinary||
James Magill’s (McGill’s) tavern was on the road to Fort Cumberland from Winchester in Frederick County, Virginia.
The Marquis de la Fayette sent GW a jackass and two jennys from Malta, including the Knight of Malta.
|Mann's tavern (Annapolis, Md.)||Anne Arundel County (Md.)||Maryland||United States||Tavern/Ordinary||
George Mann (1753–1795) operated Mann’s tavern in Annapolis, Maryland. It was also referred to as City Hotel.
|Marlborough (estate; Stafford County, Va.)||Stafford County (Va.)||Virginia||United States||Estate/Farm/Plantation/Residence||
Marlborough, located on the Potomac River in Stafford County, Va., was the Mercer family estate.
|McChesneytown-Loyalhanna, Pennsylvania||Westmoreland County (Pa.)||Pennsylvania||United States||City/Town|
|Mohawk River (N.Y.)||New York||United States||River/Creek/Stream|
|Monocacy River (Md.)||Frederick County (Md.)||Maryland||United States||River/Creek/Stream||
On 5 Aug. 1785, GW spent 6 shillings at a "Tavern at Monocasy" (Ledger B, 204). "Monocasy" likely refers to the Monocacy River, since GW's diary for 5 Aug. 1785 indicates that he "Dined at a Dutch ... Read More
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