|Place Name||County||State||Country||Place Type|
|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
|Monongahela River (Pa./W.Va.)||Pennsylvania, West Virginia||United States||River/Creek/Stream||
The 130 mile Monongahela River flows generally north in Pennsylvania and joins the Allegheny at Pittsburgh to form the Ohio. The Cheat River enters the Monongahela from the right, or east, near ... Read More
|Montgomery County tract (Md.)||Maryland||United States||Tract||
Washington took possession of the 519–acre tract in Montgomery County, Md. in April 1793. The land was one half of Woodstock Manor which John Mercer’s wife, Sophia Sprigg Mercer, had inherited ... Read More
|Mount Vernon (estate; Fairfax County, Va.)||Fairfax County (Va.)||Virginia||United States||Estate/Farm/Plantation/Residence||
The Mount Vernon estate, located on the banks of the Potomac River in Fairfax County, Virginia, was the home of George and Martha Washington.
See also: "Growth of Mount Vernon." The ... Read More
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