|24 July 1754||
GW was presumably still in Williamsburg, Va. where he and Capt. James Mackay of the independent company from S.C. delivered their account of the Fort Necessity campaign to Va. Lt. Gov.
|02 January 1754||
GW arrived at surveyor, trader, and guide Christopher Gist’s home at Monongahela, Pennsylvania. He purchased a horse saddle and other items.
|28 August 1754||
GW was in Alexandria, Virginia. GW placed an advertisement in the Maryland Gazette informing the public of deserters masquerading as soldiers on leave.
|21 August 1754||
GW was in Alexandria, Virginia. GW wrote a letter to Va. Lt.
|14 August 1754||
GW was in Alexandria, Va. preparing his troops for the impending march to Wills Creek, Pennsylvania/Maryland.
|07 August 1754||
GW was in Alexandria, Va. recruiting men and preparing to leave for Wills Creek, Pennsylvania/Maryland.
|31 July 1754||
GW was presumably en route from the Potomac River to Alexandria, Va. where he would arrive within the week. Va. Lt. Gov. Robert Dinwiddie’s 1 Aug.
|01 May 1754||
GW was en route from Wills Creek, Pa./Md.
|26 July 1775||
GW at American headquarters in Cambridge, Massachusetts. GW warned R.I. Deputy Gov. Nicholas Cooke of possible attacks along the coasts.
|19 July 1775||
GW at American headquarters in Cambridge, Massachusetts.