Memorandum List of Tithables and Taxable Land and Property
[c.17 June 1764]
A List of Tythables in Truro Parish—Fairfax County—also of Wheel Carriages—given in June 17th 1764.
Walter Magowan, Thomas Bishop, Robt Haims, Mathis Seale. Ho. Servts: Breachy, Jack, Schomberg, Doll, Jenny, Betty, Sarah, Kate, Betty, Sall, Moll. Tradesmen: Tur[ne]r Crump, Will, Michael, Morris, George, Sam, Tom, Ned, Jupiter, Peter, Nat, George. Home Plantn: Thos Nicholas, Jack, Jack, Lewis, Ben, Ned, Davy, Robin, Charles, Sarah, Judy. Muddy hole: John Alton, Grig, Will, Sam, Kate, Phillis, Hannah, Phœbe. Doeg Run: Jas Devenport,1 Peros, Will, London, Stafford, Essex, Orford, Betty, Sue, Flora, Lucy, Jone, Moll. River Side: Jno. Chowning,2 Tom, Ben, Natt, George, Robin, Ruth, Peg, Murria, Flora, Doll. Creek Qr: Josiah Cook, Matt, Cupid, Will, Kitty. In all—76.
A List of Lands—given in according to Act of Assembly in the counties where they lye.
|Fairfax County||5118 Acres|
ALB, DLC:GW. See source note, Memorandum, 1758–59.
1. James Davenport (Devenport) was overseer of the Dogue Run farm at Mount Vernon for two years, from 1763 to 1765. See Ledger A description begins Manuscript Ledger Book 1, 1750-72, in George Washington Papers, Library of Congress. description ends , 185, 207, 233.
2. John Chowning became overseer of the dower plantation in York County called Bridge Quarter in 1763, and of the River farm at Mount Vernon in 1764. See Ledger A description begins Manuscript Ledger Book 1, 1750-72, in George Washington Papers, Library of Congress. description ends , 163, 185, 206.