|Place Name||County||State||Country||Place Type|
|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
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