You had over 100 years from the time of the primary everlasting English payment (Jamestown was once settled in 1607) to the time of Washington's start (George Washington was once born in 1732). On best of that there have been a number of different countries which situated colonies in what might grow to be the United States for the duration of that interval (Spain's first colony honestly predates the Roanoke Island colony, aka the Lost Colony, which predated Jamestown). Because of this there was once plentiful time for the American accents to increase by the point Washington was once born. The combo of English, French, Dutch, Spanish, Scottish, German, and Native American might have prompted the evolution of the American accessory by the point he was once born. But it isn't as sensible as might he have spoken with an American accessory as you would ought to appear on the unique neighborhood accessory he might have had. He might have spoken with a Southern American accessory which might were extraordinary from a New England American accessory. And in view that he was once from Virginia his Southern accessory would not be rather the equal as that of the Deep South which might be a bit of thicker.