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Dogue Run Farm

Page history last edited by PBworks 14 years, 10 months ago


 

Overview

 

Location

Fairfax Co., VA

 

Date Constructed/ Founded

not determined

 

Associated Surnames

not determined

 

Historical notes

See Mansion House Farm

 

Associated Slave Workplaces

Ferry Farm (Fairfax Co., VA); Mansion House Farm (Fairfax Co., VA); Muddy Hole Farm (Fairfax Co., VA); River Farm (Farifax Co., VA); Rose Hill Plantation (Fairfax Co., VA); Union Farm (Fairfax Co., VA)


 

Associated Free Persons

 

  • George Eskridge Washington (b.1732-d.1799) - plantation owner; first President of the United States
  • Martha Dandridge Custis Washington - wife of George E. Washington
  • John "Jack" Parke Custis (b.1755-d.1781) - son of Daniel Parke and Martha D. Custis Washington
  • Martha Parke "Patsy" Custis (b.1757-d.1773) - daughter of Daniel Parke and Martha D. Custis Washington


 

Associated Enslaved Persons

 

1786 Slaves at Washington's Grist Mill (at Dogue Run)

From George Washington's Diaries, 18 February 1786

  • Ben - miller
  • Davy - cowper
  • Jack - cowper
  • Tom - cowper

 

1786 Slaves at Dogue Run Farm

From George Washington's Diaries, 18 February 1786. "dower" = slaves owned by marriage/ dower of Martha Washington.

  • Adam - laboring man
  • Ben - laboring man
  • Betty (dower) - laboring woman, 1 child
  • Andrew - child of Betty, age 1
  • Brunswick (dower) - ruptured
  • Charity - laboring woman, 4 children
  • Sarah - child of Charity, age 6
  • Billy - child of Charity, age 5
  • Hannah - child of Charity, age 3
  • Elly - child of Charity, age 6 months
  • Dick - laboring man
  • Grace (dower) - laboring woman
  • Jack - laboring man
  • Jack-long - laboring man
  • Jenny - laboring woman
  • Jones (deceased) - 3 children
  • Aggy - child of Jones, age 9
  • Simon - child of Jones, age 4
  • Bett - child of Jones, age 3
  • Lucy (dower) - laboring woman, 3 children
  • Jenny - child of Lucy, age 9
  • Daniel - child of Lucy, age 3
  • Ned - child of Lucy, age 6 months
  • Matt (dower) - laboring man
  • Moll - laboring woman
  • Morris (dower) - overseer
  • Hannah - wife of Morris
  • Morris (dower) - laboring man
  • Peg (dower) - laboring woman
  • Crager - child of Peg, age 6 months
  • Robin - laboring man
  • Sall (dower) - laboring woman, 3 children
  • Jesse - child of Sall, age 6
  • Kitty - child of Sall, age 4
  • Lawrence - child of Sall, age 1
  • Silla - laboring woman, 2 children
  • Sophia - child of Silla, age 3
  • Sabra - child of Silla, age 6 months
  • Sue (dower) - laboring woman, old

 

1799 Dogue Run Farm Slaves

From George Washington's Will, 1799. Owned by George Washington in his own right and by marriage (dower of wife Martha Washington)

  • Agnes - age 25; husband Will (dower) lived at Mansion House Farm
  • Guy - child of Will and Agnes, age 2
  • Ben - age 57
  • Peg (dower) - wife of Ben, age 30
  • Billy (dower) - son of Ben and Peg, age 6
  • Fendall (dower) - son of Ben and Peg, age 2
  • Peg (dower) - daughter of Ben and Peg, age 8 months
  • Betty - age 16, no husband
  • Dick - age 46
  • Charity - wife of Dick, age 42
  • Fomison - daughter of Dick and Charity, age 11
  • Dick - son of Dick and Charity, age 3
  • Hannah - passed labor, age 60, partly an idiot
  • Carter Jack - age 40
  • Grace - wife of Jack, age 35
  • Roger - child of Jack and Grace, age 10
  • Molly - daughter of Jack and Grace, age 6
  • Jenny - daughter of Jack and Grace, age 3
  • Long Jack - age 60
  • Molly - wife of Jack, age 45, cook
  • Judy - blind, age 50; husband Gabriel lived at Muddy Hole Farm
  • Kate (dower) - age 18, wife of "a negro of Moreton's"; Note: Moreton was probably Archibald Moreton who lived near Belvoir on the road from Washington's mill to Boggess's house
  • Lawrence - age 14, son of Matilda
  • Linney - age 27, no husband
  • Bartley - daughter of Linney, age 6
  • Matilda - daughter of Linney, age 1
  • Lucy - age 50; husband Natt lived at Mansion House Farm
  • Ned (dower) - son of Natt and Lucy, age 14
  • Teney (dower) - daughter of Natt and Lucy, age 10
  • Priscilla (Silla/ Siller?) - age 36; husband Slammin Joe lived at Mansion House Farm
  • Sophia - daughter of Slamin Joe and Priscilla, age 14, no husband
  • Savary - daughter of Slamin Joe and Priscilla, age 13
  • Penny - daughter of Slamin Joe and Priscilla, age 11
  • Israel - son of Slamin Joe and Priscilla, age 10
  • Isrias - son of Slamin Joe and Priscilla, age 3
  • Christopher - son of Slamin Joe and Priscilla, age 1
  • Sall Twine (dower) - age 38; husband Gardener George lived at Mansion House Farm
  • Barbary (dower) - daughter of George and Sall, age 11
  • Abbay (dower) - daughter of George and Sall, age 10
  • Hannah (dower) - daughter of George and Sall, age 4
  • George (dower) - son of George and Sall, age 1
  • Sarah - age 20, no husband
  • Lucy - daughter of Sarah, age 2
  • Simon - age 20, no wife
  • Sue - age 70; passed labor, no husband

 

1799 Slaves Hired From Mrs. French of Rose Hill Plantation

From George Washington's Will, 1799

  • Abram - in his prime; wife Nancy lived at Muddy Hole Farm
  • Simm's
  • Daphne - wife of Simm's, age 40, carpenter and plougher; "Ploughs very Well, and is a good hand at any work."
  • Matilda - daughter of Simm's and Daphne, age 13
  • Polly - daughter of Simm's and Daphne, age 9
  • Maria - daughter of Simm's and Daphne, age 2
  • Delia - age 35, no husband, spinner; "Equally good at the Spinning Wheel or Hoe, but has been kept chiefly at the farm."
  • Daniel - son of Delia, age 16
  • Betty - daughter of Delia, age 13
  • Jack - son of Delia, age 7
  • Julia - daughter of Delia, age 4
  • Nelly - daughter of Delia, age 2
  • Ambrose - son of Delia, age 1
  • Davy - Mrs. Washington's
  • Grace - wife of Davy; age 28, plougher; "A very good Plougher--and equally so at all sorts of Work."
  • Bob - son of Davy and Grace, age 10
  • Sall - daughter of Davy and Grace, age 8
  • Judy - daughter of Davy and Grace, age 4
  • Augusta - daughter of Davy and Grace, age 1
  • Hannah - age 14, no husband; "nearly at her full growth and a woman in appearance."
  • Isaac - age 29, in his prime, no wife, lives at Muddy Hole Farm
  • James - age 24, at the distillery
  • Julius - age 23, carter; "A very good Carter, and can do any other work, although defective in Shape from his Infancy."
  • George - McCarty's; Note: Daniel McCarty Jr. (b.1759-d.1801), lived at Cedar Grove on Pohick Bay
  • Lucy - age 55, knitter; "Lame, or pretends to be so occasioned by rheumatic pains, but is a good knitter, & so emplyed."
  • Briney - daughter of George and Lucy, age 12
  • Stately - son of George and Lucy, age 10
  • Renney - daughter of George and Lucy, age 6
  • Raison - daughter of George and Lucy, age 3
  • Morgan - son of George and Lucy, age 2
  • Phoenix - son of George and Lucy, age 1
  • Milly - age 18, no husband; "A full grown Woman, and (illegible)ly; has been used to Common work only."
  • Moses - age 26, in his prime, plowman and carter
  • Nancy - age 16, no husband "The same--in all respects." (to Milly)
  • Paschall - in his prime; wife Cornelia lately lost (deceased) at Muddy Hole Farm
  • Rose - deceased
  • Grace - age 12, daughter of Rose (deceased)
  • Isaac - age 14, son of Rose (deceased)
  • Sabine - age 60; "A good working woman, notwithstanding her (age)."
  • Nancy - age 10, daughter of Sabine
  • Jack - Mrs. Washington's
  • Siss - age 25, wife of Jack; plougher; "Ploughs Well--and can Milk & Churn."
  • Spencer - age 20, carter and mower; "A good Carter and Mower and able at any business."
  • Tom - age 28, in his prime, no wife, getting blind
  • Will - old but hearty, looks after the stock; wife at Mrs. French's (Penelope Manley French lived at Rose Hill Plantation, on the back road to Alexandria)


 

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