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Text:"... as a and with good Americans were less apt to put up with teethshattering as evidenced by the favorite recipes of such notables as FrancesParkeCustis Martha Washingtons first Elizabeth Rafford creator of Lafayette..."
Date:Jan 20 1993
Publication:Alton, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... at length by Miss Kimball who drew j heavily on a manuscript held by I the Historical Society of Pennsyll vania the cook book of Mrs I FrancesParkeCustis mother Marthas first husband At Mt Vernon dinner..."
Date:Feb 9 1954
Publication:Lubbock, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... FrancesParkeCustis rniJ Malthas first husband At Mt Vernon dinner i was served at oclock in ernoon And a meal vith j five kinds if meat fish i and several made dishes considered elaborate Mi ball says..."
Date:Feb 19 1954
Publication:Las Vegas, New Mexico, United States of America
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Text:"... at length by Miss Kunball. who drew heavil v on a manuscript held by the Historical Society of cook book of Mrs. FrancesParkeCustis, mother of Martha's first husband. At Mt Vemon. dinner usually called..."
Date:Feb 22 1954
Publication:Elyria, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... Company of pub- lishers of Early American Martha Washington had a favorite cookbook that was com- piled by her FrancesParkeCustis of her first Daniel The book has two Booke of with 206 hand- written..."
Date:Feb 19 1989
Publication:Annapolis, Maryland, United States of America
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Text:"... family is discussed at length by Miss Kimball, who drew heavily on a manuscript held by the Historical Society of Pennsylvania - the cook book of Mrs. FrancesParkeCustis, mother of Martha's first husband..."
Date:Oct 18 1954
Publication:Sandusky, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... at length by Miss Kimball, who drew heavily on a manuscript held by the Historical Society of Pennsyl* vania - the cook book of Mrs. FrancesParkeCustis, mother of Martha's first husband. At Mt. Vernon..."
Date:Feb 10 1954
Publication:Racine, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"..., by the nation's first First Family is discussed at length by Miss Kimball, who drew heavily on a manuscript held by the Historical Society of cook hook of FrancesParkeCustis, mother of Martha's first husband..."
Date:Feb 21 1954
Publication:Waterloo, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...; and in another part of the book, This Book for [illegible] Lewis, written by her great-great-grandmother Mrs. FrancesParkeCustis wife of John Custis, and eldest daughter and coheiress of Col. Daniel Parke aide..."
Date:1903
Place:Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"... of a position that had come to be almost an inheritance in his family. Four children were born to this couple. FrancesParke and Daniel ParkeCustis died in early childhood, as we read upon their tombstones..."
Date:Between 1731 and 1802
Place:Washington, USA
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Text:"...; and in another part of the book, This Book for [illegihle] Lewis, written by her great-great-grandmother Mrs. FrancesParkeCustis wife of John Custis, and eldest daughter and coheiress of Col. Daniel Parke aide..."
Date:1903
Place:Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:".... Daniel Custis; and in another part of the book, This Book for [Uleffible] Lewis, written by her great-great-grandmother Mrs. FrancesParkeCustis wife of John Custis, and eldest daughter and coheiress..."
Date:1903
Place:Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"..., of Westover, and, curiously enough, she, too, died of small-pox, her death occurring at London, in 1716. John and Frances (Parke) Custis had two children ; the son, Daniel Parke Custis, was born at Queenes..."
Date:Between 1642 and 1895
Place:Virginia, USA
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Text:"... of a position that had come to be almost an inheritance in his family. Four children were born to this couple. FrancesParke and Daniel ParkeCustis died in early childhood, as we read upon their tomb stones in B..."
Date:Between 1731 and 1802
Place:Washington, USA
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Text:".... in another part of the book, This Book for [illegible] Lewis, written by her great-great-grandmother Mrs. FrancesParkeCustis wife of John Custis, and eldest daughter and coheiress of Col. Daniel Parke aide..."
Date:1903
Place:Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"..., and FrancesParkeCustis, age 14 (58728, loan). Lenman, Miss Isobel H., Washington, D. C. (through Mr. Anton Heitmuller): 35 specimens of antique iridescent glassware from Italy and Syria (59873, loan). Le6n..."
Date:1917
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Text:"... the remains of the first two. The daughter, called FrancesParkeCustis, died at the age of three, Daniel Parke Custis at the age of four, in the same year with his father. The widowed Martha, with a remaining..."
Place:Washington, USA
Publication date:1927
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Text:".... Parke, Daniel, eccentricities of, 17, 18 ; service to Queen Anne, 19. Parke, Frances (see FrancesParkeCustis). Peale, Charles Willson, trans parencies exhibited by, 140, 141 ; paints portrait of Mrs..."
Date:Between 1731 and 1802
Place:Washington, USA
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Text:"..., of Williamsburg, Va., m. Frances Parke; 6. This last couple had (i) Daniel Parke Custis, who m. Martha Dandridge (afterwards Mrs. George Washington), and (2) FrancesParkeCustis, who m. (i) Capt. Dansie, and (2..."
Date:1899
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Text:"... Collector of Customs E. S. of Va., 1687. The children of Col. Daniel Parke Martha Dandridge Custis were: in. 1. Daniel Parke Custis b. Nov. 1751- d. Feb. 19, 1754 III. 2. FrancesParkeCustis b. Apl. 12 1753..."
Date:1896
Place:Virginia, USA