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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Born: February 22, 1732 Born: December 14, 1799 Continental army One of the Founding Fathers of the United States June 15, 1775, Congress chose George Washington, a Virginian, to be commander in chief. Washington's military experience was perhaps greater than that of any other American, and he came from the largest and arguably the most important of the southern colonies. His impressive appearance, quiet and confident manner, and good work in the military committees of Congress had impressed his compatriots. Gold Digger or Love ? George Washington married Martha Washington on January 6, 1759. This was a year to two years after Marthas first husband, Daniel Parke Custis suddenly died. Daniel left Martha with his wealth, estate, and two young children. As Martha and George began their life together, the two grew close. They had many things in common and though Martha had been married before, the two seemed destined to live out their lives together. Martha and George never had children of their own, but the two raised two of Marthas children from her marriage with Daniel -- John Parke Custis, and Martha (Patsy) Parke Custis. Martha originally had four children with Daniel, however, two died early in their life. Patsy would become the third of her children to pass away when she died at age 17 after suffering a major seizer that resulted from a battle with Epilepsy. Both Martha and George enjoyed having children in their home and so the death of Patsy weighed heavily on their hearts. - See more at:
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