Below is a transcription of a page from “Invoices, 1766-1773; Miscellaneous Lists, 1755-1774,” which is part of Series 5 of the George Washington Papers at the Library of Congress. This list of tithables in Fairfax County, 1 June 1760, lists Washington’s hired and enslaved workers along with their main duty – carpenter, smith, house servant – or location – Muddy Hole plantation, Dogue Run plantation, etc. The table is configured to correspond to the original manuscript (at the Library of Congress) as accurately as possible.
A List of Tithables given in June 1st 1760 Fairfax County
|John Alton||Muddy hole Plantn||Richard Stephens||1|
|Phillis||Williamson’s Plantn||Robert Stephens||1|
|Sam||Dogue Run Plantn||Jno Foster||1|
NB. paid Mr. John West Junr July 28th 1761. The Taxes & County Levys for the
|above Tyths-as pr Rect No. 2. Viz.||49||Taxables||@ 5/||Totl||£12.5.0|
|ditto||Tyths||@ 11 lbs Tobo||539|
|also—pd Robt. Boggess Parrish Collr for||ditto||ditto||@ 20 lbs||980|
Mary Wigge, 13 August 2014.