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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 Washington in his will. Because he served by Washington's side throughout the American Revolutionary War and was sometimes depicted next to Washington in ...

www.mountvernon.org/digital-encyclopedia/article/william-billy-lee

William Lee arrived at Mount Vernon in 1768, after George Washington purchased him from Mary Lee, a wealthy Virginia widow, for £61.15s. Washington also bought William's younger brother Frank, who went on to serve as a waiter and butler in the household. Both William and Frank were described as “mulatto,” or mixed ...

www.civilwar.org/learn/biographies/william-billy-lee

William “Billy” Lee was an enslaved man who acted as General George Washington's manservant during the American Revolution. In 1768, George Washington purchased brothers William and Frank Lee from Mary Lee of Virginia for £61.15. Washington intended to make the brothers house servants, and William, often ...

allthingsliberty.com/2014/06/william-lee-and-oney-judge-a-look-at-george-washington-slavery

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 often purchased slaves at what we might term today estate sales, and William, or Billy as he was more often called, was bought from Mary Smith Ball Lee, the widow of ...

www.wilmerhale.com/william_lee

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 200 cases to verdict and argued more than 75 cases to the Court of Appeals of the Federal Circuit and other appellate courts. Those cases have included some of ...

www.britannica.com/biography/William-Lee

William Lee: William Lee, English inventor who devised the first knitting machine (1589), the only one in use for centuries. Its principle of operation remains in use. Lee, a clergyman at Calverton, is said to have developed the machine because a woman whom he was courting showed more interest in knitting than.

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Learn about Dr. Lee. Be confident in your decisions by checking out your provider's top areas of care, education, patient reviews and more. Learn about finding the right doctor for you. 1 ...

www.espn.com/mens-college-basketball/player/_/id/3132485/william-lee

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

www.stratfordhall.org/meet-the-lee-family/william-lee

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 brothers. Ingratiating themselves with the British aristocracy, they soon abandoned their promising careers as “Englishmen” and risked their lives and fortunes in the ...