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1Remarks & Occs. in Novr. [1771] (Washington Papers)
Novr. 11th. Returnd home from Williamsburg. 20. Began to Plant Cuttings of the Winter Grape in the Inclosure below the Garden. 30. Left of Planting the ground being two hard froze having planted Rows beginning to reckon from the side next the Spring.
ALS : American Philosophical Society An old friend of Franklin rarely makes his appearance so late in these volumes. But Samuel Noble was clearly such a friend; he has not hitherto come into the correspondence and, as far as we now know, reappears only once. The information about him is almost nonexistent. The connections that he speaks of in Burlington indicate that he was the son of Joseph...
3[Diary entry: 11 November 1771] (Washington Papers)
11. Got home about Dark. And found Mr. Warner Washington his Wife and Child—Mrs. Bushrod & Katy & Nancy Washington—Sally & Nancy Carlyle & Sally Fairfax & Polly Brazier here. Anne Washington (d. 1777), known as Nancy, was Katy (Catherine) Washington’s sister and a niece of Mrs. Bushrod. Reputedly an amiable and attractive young lady, Nancy married Thomas Peyton of Gloucester County in May 1776...
4[Diary entry: 11 November 1771] (Washington Papers)
11. Very pleasant and clear with the Wind what little there was of it Southerly.
5[Diary entry: 11 November 1771] (Washington Papers)
Novr. 11th. Returnd home from Williamsburg.