In September of 1778 the Shenandoah County Court issued a license to Abraham Bird "Gentleman" to keep an ordinary that sold, among other things, alcohol. He must have produced a portion of the spirits he sold since on August 29, 1782 the County Court certified that Abraham Bird had sold 15 and 1/2 gallons of whiskey to the American government during the Revolution. The location of Bird's ordinary and the exact dates in which he operated it are unknown.
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“Abraham Bird Ordinary,” Shenandoah Stories, accessed June 21, 2018, http://archives.countylib.org/tour/items/show/155.