Isaac Royall House, Medford, Massachusetts, was owned by Isaac Royall, Sr., a slave trader, rum distiller and wealthy merchant of Antigua. Isaac Royall, Jr., came into possession in 1737 and greatly enlarged the home. Loyalists, the family fled to Nova Scotia at the start of the American Revolution. The mansion was used by Generals Lee, Stark and Sullivan and was visited by George Washington. Today, the Royall House is noted for having the only surviving slave quarters in Massachusetts.