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He married only once , leaving two sons , John and Augustine . They were young
when their father died , and the widow , remarrying promptly , took the children to
England , where she died . She was George Washington ' s grandmother .
12 She threw away the chance to marry the Father of his Country and married
another Henry Lee ( of Stratford ) . ... And Robert E . Lee married Mary Custis , the
daughter of Martha Custis grandson , whom George adopted as his son .
Of the four daughters of Colonel Cary , Sally , the eldest , also " the cleverest and
far the most fascinating , ” married George William Fairfax ; Mary married Edward
Ambler ; Anne married Robert Carter Nicholas ( the man that wrote Washington ...
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CHAPTER PAGE I His Native SCENE AND HIS ANCESTRY
He Begins TO SURVEY The World
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