Virginia Aspiring Inventories that Belonged to a Woman
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Ball, Sarah of Lancaster, VA   10/8/1742   Aspiring
No bedsteads listed -- beds detailed as bedsteads in most cases.
Important features are: Rural; Books noted; Cellar; Dairy; Female; Kitchen; Livestock; Out buildings; Quarters; Room by room; Slaves; Tools;

Green, Sarah of York, VA   4/1/1759   Aspiring
Minimal for aspiring, many items described as "old." Paintings by name.
Important features are: Urban; Books noted; Closets; Female; Kitchen; Room by room; Slaves;

Hooe, Ann (Mrs.) of Pr William, VA   5/5/1800   Aspiring
Received too late for room use study. Lists corn house and kitchen(with one item).
Important features are: Rural; Books titled; Female; Livestock; Out buildings; County borders Potomac River; Tools;

George Mason's Gunston Hall Plantation - Mason Neck, Virginia 22079-3901