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William "Billy" Lee (1750–1828), also known as Will Lee, was George Washington's personal servant and the only one of Washington's slaves freed outright by ...

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William Lee arrived at Mount Vernon in 1768, after George Washington purchased him from Mary Lee, a wealthy Virginia widow, for £61.15s.1 Washington also ...

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William Lee For a time, the careers of Thomas Lee's youngest sons, William ( 1739-1795) and Arthur (1740-1792), seemed sure to eclipse those of their older ...

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Jun 19, 2014 ... William Lee was one of the slaves who belonged to George Washington. He arrived at Mount Vernon in the late spring of 1768. Washington ...

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William Lee, (born 1550?, Calverton, Nottinghamshire, England—died 1610?, Paris, France), English inventor who devised the first knitting machine (1589), the  ...

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Get the latest news, stats, videos, highlights and more about UAB Blazers William Lee on ESPN.com.

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William “Will” Lee has been a reporter with the Chicago Tribune since July 2009. Since then, Will has covered cops, courts, politics and entertainment, reviewing ...

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Bill Lee is a leading intellectual property litigator who has represented a variety of technology-focused clients for more than 40 years. Mr. Lee has tried more than ...