George Washington Papers

[Diary entry: 16 May 1760]

Friday May 16th. Still Cool and Windy—my People yet continuing at Muddy hole. My Brother Jno. left this and I got Nations Estate Appraisd by Messrs. McCarty Barry & Triplet—as follows viz.

One old Gun & lock 7.6
1 Small Bell 2.6
1 Suit of Cloaths viz. }
a Coat Waistt. Breechs.
Shirt, Hat, Shoes & Garters
A Small parcel of Lea[the]r 1

Nations’s estate still owed GW £1 11s. 1d., but GW wrote off that balance as “given to his Widow” (LEDGER A description begins Manuscript Ledger Book 1, 1750-72, in George Washington Papers, Library of Congress. description ends , 69). Barry is probably John Barry (d. 1775), the clerk of Pohick Church, an original trustee of the town of Colchester, and a neighbor of Daniel McCarty.

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