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In May , 1758 , Washington would have been in a hurry , for great things were
astir , another expedition against Fort Du Quesne was afoot , and he might well
have kept Bishop waiting while he tried to tear himself away from Martha . He
son , and Daniel Parke Custis , at the age of thirty , courted and captured Martha
Dandridge , who was eighteen when she married him in 1749 . They dwelt
alternately in the White House on the York River and the Six Chimney House in ...
When Washington first met Martha he must have been startled , for she was the
absolute image of Mary Cary , Sally ' s younger sister , whom he is said to have
loved and proposed for long before he loved Sally , whom he could not propose
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CHAPTER PAGE I His Native SCENE AND HIS ANCESTRY
He Begins TO SURVEY The World
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