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Text:"... honored memory, not yet sixteen years of age, though already nearly of manly stature and possessing much of manly bearing and dignity. The other was George. WilliamFairfax, son of the Belvoir proprietor..."
Date:Between 1747 and 1748
Publication place:Alexandria, Virginia, USA
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Text:"... in the Excerpta Antiqua, York, 1796, from a manuscript in the possession of GeorgeWilliamFairfax of Toulston, great-grandson of the fourth lord ; and also by Bishop Percy in the Antiquarian Bepertory, iv. p. 309..."
Date:Between 1612 and 1671
Place:England
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Text:"..., and the one occupied by Washington was near the pulpit. Near it was George Mason s and GeorgeWilliamFairfax s, whose initials were yet upon them. The following is from the record book of Pohick church, quoted..."
Date:Between 1732 and 1799
Place:Washington, USA
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Text:"...]. A. L. S., Mary Washington. Endorsed, i page. 4°. EM. 13391 Printed in H. E. Haydens Virginia Geneatogies, WilkesBarre, 1891, p. 81. Letter: Fairfax (GeorgeWilliam). [Belvoir, Va., Nov. 16, 1765..."
Date:1900
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... that are now known to exist. The G. W. Fairfax mentioned in the surveys was GeorgeWilliamFairfax, son of William Fairfax, of Belvoir on the Potomac nearly opposite Mount Vernon. G. W. Fairfax and G. Washington..."
Date:1890
Publication place:Chicago, Illinois, USA
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Text:"..., Mr. Green came from Pohick rectory and prescribed the needful, and at dinnertime Dr. James Laurie (the family physician on an annual stipend of £15) appeared. Mrs. GeorgeWilliamFairfax spent..."
Date:1923
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... of Tankerville, etc. (This is the Colville estate.) 1760 - August 28. - Last week sailed from Patuient to London, the ship Wilson, Capt. Judson Coolidge, with whom went passengers GeorgeWilliamFairfax Esq..."
Date:1895
Place:Maryland, USA
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Text:"... - Belvoir - GeorgeWilliamFairfax and George Washington - Fairfax the First Patron of WashingtonThe Young Surveyors - Greenway Court- Death of the Old Lord- Washington's Respect- The Fairfax Successors..."
Date:1890
Publication place:Chicago, Illinois, USA
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Text:"... of Tankerville, etc. (This is the Colville estate.) 1760 - August 28. - Last week sailed from Patuxent to London, the ship Wilson, Capt. Judson Coolidge, with •whom went passengers GeorgeWilliamFairfax Esq..."
Date:Between 1894 and 1895
Publication place:Williamsburg, Virginia, USA
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Text:"... in the Excerpta Antiqua, York, 1796, from a manuscript in the possession of GeorgeWilliamFairfax of Toulston, great-grandson of the fourth lord ; and also by Bishop Percy in the Antiquarian Repertory , iv. p. 309..."
Place:England
Publication date:1870
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Text:"... rectory and prescribed the needful, and at dinnertime Dr. James Laurie (the family physician on an annual stipend of £15) appeared. Mrs. GeorgeWilliamFairfax spent the day with Mrs. Washington, and..."
Date:1923
Publication place:Washington, USA
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Text:"... the lower James, and fell a prey to the charms of Miss Sally, one ot the daughters. then a belle. Sally Carev. afterward Mrs. GeorgeWilliamFairfax. tho leading beauty and toast of ber day. It Is related..."
Date:Feb 23 1900
Publication:Shelbyville, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... Carey, a gentleman of great wealth, \vh... lived upon the lower James, and fell a prey to the charms of Miss Sally, one of the daughters, then a belle. Sally Carey, afterward Mrs. GeorgeWilliamFairfax..."
Date:Feb 22 1900
Publication:Concord, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... WilliamFairfax, was the leading l)eauty and toast of her clay. It is related of her tliat, passing Into the town of Williamsburg late one evening, accompanied by her maid, she was challenged..."
Date:Feb 22 1900
Publication:Concord, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... Colouel Wilson Carey a gin tleman of great wealth wlio lived upon the lower James and fell a prey to the clianus of Miss Sally one of the daughj ters then a belle Sally Carev after1 ward Mrs GeorgeWilliam..."
Date:Feb 21 1900
Publication:Logansport, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... of the daugh- ters, then a belle. Sally Carer, after- ward Mrs. GeorgeWilliamFairfax, was the leading beauty and toast of ber day. It is related of her that pass- Ing into the town of Williamsburg late one..."
Date:Feb 22 1900
Publication:Newark, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"..., who lived upon the lower Tames, and fell a prey to the charms of Miss one of the daugh- ters. then a. belle. Sally tCarev. after ward Mrs, GeorgeWilliamFairfax wns the leading beauty .and ol her day..."
Date:Feb 22 1900
Publication:Mansfield, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"..., and fell a prey to the charms of Miss Sally, one of the daughters, then a belle. Sally Carev, afterward Mrs. GeorgeWilliamFairfax, was the leading beauty and toast of ber day. It is related of her that..."
Date:Feb 23 1900
Publication:Monmouth, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... Cary, renowned for tcouty lielleslilp in n family where beauty Is hereditary mid pronounced. Her nister Sally botanic the wife of GeorgeWilliamFairfax, the near neighbor and intimate fricnil of jjoorgo..."
Date:Feb 21 1920
Publication:Newport, Rhode Island, United States of America
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Text:".... afterward Mrs. GeorgeWilliamFairfax, was the leading beauty and toast of her day. It is related of her that, passing into the town of Williamsburg late one evening, accompanied by her maid, she..."
Date:Feb 18 1900
Publication:Traverse City, Michigan, United States of America