Anne Catherine Spotswood (1728 - c. 1802), who married Col. Bernard Moore, Esq., of Chelsea, King William Co., Va, a gentleman seventh in descent from Sir Thomas More, of Chelsea, England, the author of Utopia, and was an ancestor of Robert E. Lee and Helen Keller.
Anne Catherine Spotswood, eldest daughter of the governor, was elegant in person and manners, and of a high spirit. While she was a strong supporter of the British government, her husband Bernard Moor and children were sympathizers of the patriot cause. There is a story of her having made her negroes toss an overseer who had offended her, in a blanket, while she stood at the window to witness the scene. 
↑ Campbell, Charles. Genealogy of the Spotswood Family in Scotland and Virginia
Joel Munsell, 1868. P. 30. Found at: Google books: Spotswood Family
Genealogy of the Spotswood Family in Scotland and Virginia; Author: Campbell, Charles, 1807-1876: Spotswood family (Alexander Spotswood, 1676-1740); Publisher: Albany : J. Munsell; Call number: 31735061323055; Digitizing sponsor: Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation; Book contributor: University of Pittsburgh Library System; Collection: university_pittsburgh; americana
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