List of Tithables in Truro Parish Fairfax County
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[c.20 June 1769]
A List of Tithables in Truro Parish & Fairfax County given in June 20th 1769.
Lund Washington, Willm Skilling, Thos Davis, Michl Tracy. Ho
Servants: Breechy, Billy, Julius, Harry, Schomberg, Doll, Jenny,
Betty, Moll, Sall, *Phillis,  Kate, Winney,
Sue, Kitt, Giles. Home Plann: Joe, Jack, Ben, Jack, Arlington,
Peter,  Sarah, Frank, Lydia, Phoebe. Tradesmen:
Will, Michael, Davy, Tom, George, Sam, Ned, Jupiter, Peter, Natt,
George, Lewis. Doeg Run: Morris, Matt, Essex, Ben, Jupiter,
Robin, Bob, Paul, Hannah, Sue, Betty,
List of Tithables in Fairfax Parish 20 June 1769.
Frederick, Ben, Natt, Will, Neptune, Abram, George, Walley, Schomberg, Ruth, Peg, Murria, Doll, Cloe, Nan, Daphne, Judy, Milly, Lucy. 
4. GW lists only seventy tithables in Truro Parish in 1768. The name of bricklayer Michael Tracy (see Cash Accounts, July 1768, n.5) has been added in 1769 as have the names of the house servants Sue and Kitt and of the slave Morris on Muddy Hole farm.
ALB, DLC:GW. Reprinted W.W. Abbot and Dorothy Twohig, eds., The Papers of George Washington, Colonial Series, vol. 7, June 1767-December 1771 (Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1993), 220-21. See source note, Memorandum, 1758-59. GW paid his public levies on 16 July at the rate for each tithable of 7 pounds of tobacco going to the colony and 9 pounds going to the county. He also paid to the parish vestries 63 pounds of tobacco per tithable in Truro Parish and 50 pounds for each in Fairfax Parish. Including fees and a tax of £1.10 on his chariot and chair, he paid in Truro Parish a total of 6,346 pounds of tobacco and £3.15.6 current money. His total payment in Fairfax Parish was 1,460 pounds of tobacco and 10s. 6d. current money (Ledger A, 293). [note: boldface added to document for clarity]