|17 April 1775||
GW in Alexandria, Va., and Mount Vernon. He traveled with Col. George Mason to elect delegates to the Va. Convention from Fairfax County. GW and Charles Broadwater were re-elected.
|10 April 1775||
GW at Mount Vernon. He wrote in his diary that he was at home alone all day.
|16 January 1775||
GW traveled from Mount Vernon to Alexandria, where he reviewed the Fairfax Independent Company, a voluntary militia not under the royal governor’s control, and also chose members for the Committee
|09 January 1775||
GW at Mount Vernon all day. Dr. William Rumney, who had stayed overnight, left after breakfast. Another visitor, “Mrs. Newman,” also “went away after Breakfast.”
|22 July 1754||
GW in Williamsburg, Virginia. While the exact duration of his stay is unknown, he did arrive in Alexandria, Va. during the first days of Aug. 1754.
|03 April 1775||
GW at Mount Vernon. He wrote a letter to Va. Gov. Lord Dunmore about the Proclamation of 1754, which had asked volunteers to serve in the army in return for land east of the Ohio River.
|27 March 1775||
GW returned to Richmond after staying in Wilton, Va. the previous day. He dined at Va. politician Richard Adams’s home.
|20 March 1775||
GW reached Richmond for the Second Va. Convention at around 11:00 a.m. He dined at the house of Richard Adams, a successful merchant and entrepreneur.
|13 March 1775||
GW at Mount Vernon. He dined with Capt. Daniel McCarty.
|06 March 1775||
GW at Mount Vernon. Col. Benjamin Harrison and Capt. James Wood left in the morning. Mrs. Sarah Barnes and her granddaughter Miss Betcy Ramsey stayed for breakfast but left afterward.