George Washington Papers

[Diary entry: 7 September 1772]

7. Dined at Mr. Calverts (going with the Govr. in his Phaeton & calling at Mr. Sprigs). Mr. Igns. Digges & Family dind here also—we lodgd—they retd.

Osborne Sprigg, Jr., son of Osborne Sprigg (1707–1750) and Rachel Belt Sprigg, lived less than two miles northwest of Boucher’s house in Prince George’s County.

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