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Henry Lee II + Lucy Grymes
Charles Carter + Ann Butler Moore
John "Jacky" Parke Custis + Eleanor Calvert
William Fitzhugh III + Anna Maria Randolph
Parents
Henry "Light Horse Harry" Lee, III01/29/1756 -- 03/25/1818avatar
Ann Hill Carter03/26/1773 -- 07/10/1829avatar
George Washington Parke Custis04/30/1781 -- 10/19/1857avatar
Mary Lee Fitzhugh04/22/1788 -- 04/23/1853avatar
Spouses
Marriage06/1831
 
ChildrenFirst NameBirth DtDeath DtBirth PlaceSpouses
1

George Washington Custis 

16 Sep 183218 FEB 1913  VA, Fairfax Co, Arlington Plantation  
2

Mary Custis 

183522 NOV 1918  VA, Fairfax Co, Arlington Plantation  
3+

William Henry Fitzhugh "Rooney" 

05/31/183710/15/1891  VA, Arlington Co Charlotte Georgiana Wickham, Mary Tabb Bolling 
4

Anne Carter 

183920 OCT 1862  VA, Fairfax Co, Arlington Plantation  
5

Eleanor Agnes 

184115 OCT 1873  VA, Fairfax Co, Arlington Plantation  
6+

Robert Edward "Captain" 

27 Oct 184319 OCT 1914  VA, Alexandria Charlotte Taylor Haxall, Juliet Carter 
7

Mildred Childe 

10 Feb 184627 MAR 1905  VA, Fairfax Co, Arlington Plantation  
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Gen Ulysses Simpson GrantGen Ulysses Simpson GrantCivil War adversary
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Wilmer McLeanWilmer McLean1865host at Civil War surrender
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This person has 15 descendants recorded online here. (Last updated 10-13-2016 12:00 AM)

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  • Will, : In 1831 Mary Randolph Custis married Robert E. Lee at Arlington with Marie Caroline Goldsborough as one of the bridesmaids. They spent the first days of their honeymoon at Ravensworth. Robert E. Lee always considered this house a haven as had his mother, and often returned to visit when he needed
    strength and courage. Anna Marie administered the estate until she died in 1874. She left it to Mary Custis Lee with the following preface to the will: "In the earlier days of my trials and affliction when I was about to act as executrix to her Uncle's estate she very generously gave up some things to which she was entitled by his will, thereby enabling me to act with much more ease and comfort which has proved very beneficial to the estate. It is not my desire or intention that she should lose by this, on
    the contrary I shall be enabled to leave her more than could have been saved under previous arrangement, and it is a source of great gratification to me to believe that her affectionate liberality and disinterestness will be thus rewarded." Mary Lee partitioned her inheritance among her six children and the land was gradually sold though the house remained in the Lee family until it was mysteriously and tragically destroyed by fire in 1925. The ruins are still visible.
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  1. Findagrave Robert Edward Lee
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  1. Findagrave Mary Anna Randolph Custis Lee
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