Richard Lee II‘s inventory of personal property includes: “in the hall, Richard Lee’s picture, frame and curtain, G. Corbin’s picture, the Quaker’s picture, T. Corbin’s picture.” The identity of “the Quaker” is unknown. Richard Lee II lived at Machodoc, which burned in 1729. This portrait was likely destroyed by the fire.
See: Edmund Jennings Lee, ed. Lee of Virginia, 1642-1892: Biographical and Genealogical Sketches of The Descendants of Colonel Richard Lee (Philadelphia, 1895), 81.