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Text:"... Visits his Mother on his way to Yorktown 126 JohnParkeCustis and his Family 126 Surrender of Cornwallis. Illness of J. P. Custis 127 Death of Mr. Custis. Washington adopts his Children as his own 127..."
Date:Between 1732 and 1799
Place:Washington, USA
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Text:"... Visits his Mother on his way to Yorktown 126 JohnParkeCustis and his Family 126 Surrender of Cornwallis. Illness of J. P. Custis 127 Death of Mr. Custis. Washington adopts his Children as his own 127..."
Date:Between 1732 and 1799
Place:Washington, USA
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Text:"... Visits his Mother on his way to Yorktown 126 JohnParkeCustis and his Family 126 Surrender of Cornwallis. Illness of J. P. Custis 127 Death of Mr. Custis. Washington adopts his Children as his own 127..."
Date:Between 1732 and 1799
Place:Washington, USA
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Text:"... Visits his Mother on his way to Yorktown 126 JohnParkeCustis and his Family 126 Surrender of Cornwallis. Illness of J. P. Custis 127 Death of Mr. Custis. Washington adopts his Children as his own 127..."
Date:Between 1732 and 1799
Place:Washington, USA
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Text:"... Visits his Mother on his way to Yorktown ♦. 126 JohnParkeCustis and his Family 126 Surrender of Cornwallis. Illness of J. P. Custis 127 Death of Mr. Custis. Washington adopts his Children as his own 127..."
Date:Between 1732 and 1799
Place:Washington, USA
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Text:"... Visits his Mother on his way to Yorktown 126 JohnParkeCustis and his Family 126 Surrender of Cornwallis. Illness of J. P. Custis 127 Death of Mr. Custis. Washington adopts his Children as his own 127..."
Date:Between 1732 and 1799
Place:Washington, USA
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Text:"...92 VIRGINIA HISTORICAL MAGAZINE. 3 20D « 6 prs. 1 3 « 4D « c c c 10 8D « 10 10D 3 20D 200 yd s best white Plums(?) 100 u a 550 Midg cotton From JohnParkeCustis to Col. Baylor Abingdon Aug..."
Date:1913
Publication place:Virginia, USA
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Text:"...230 Letters to Washington FROM JOHNPARKECUSTIS. KINGS COLLEGE July 5*? 1 773 HON D SIR Pardon me for having thus impos d upon your good Nature by not writeing to you sooner, I neither could nor had..."
Date:Between 1770 and 1774
Place:Washington, USA
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Text:"... Cary Company, July 25 512 Goods and nonimportation agreement - McLeans bill - Tobacco. Invoice, July 25 514 To Capel and Osgood Hanbury, July 25 515 Tobacco shipment. Books for JohnParkeCustis, July..."
Date:Between 1745 and 1799
Place:Washington, USA
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Text:"... to the tomb. He followed his cherished boy, in 1756. Martha was born in 1752, and died at Mount Vernon, in 1770, aged eighteen years. JohnParkeCustis was born in 1754 ; he died whilst in the service of his..."
Publication date:1860
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Text:"...42-4 Letters of Jonathan Boucher. [Oct. JohnParkeCustis to Washington. Kings College, 5 July, 1773. Hon 1 Sir, Pardon me for having thus imposd upon your good nature by not writing to you sooner..."
Date:1899
Place:England
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Text:"...424 Letters of Jonathan Boucher, [Oct. JohnParkeCustis to Washington. Kings College, o July, 1773. Hon d Sir, Pardon me for having thus imposd upon your good nature by not writing to you sooner. I..."
Date:1899
Place:England
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Text:"..., the youngest daughter of JohnParkeCustis, and Eleanor, the daughter of Benedict Calvert, whom he married in 1773. Mrs. Lewis was born on the 31st of March, 1779, and..."
Publication date:1860
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Text:"... Washington of Mount Vernon, and he was the adopted son of George Washington. Soon after the marriage of JohnParkeCustis and Nellie Calvert, Mr. Custis bought from Gerald Alexander a tract of land opposite..."
Date:Mar 14 1913
Publication:Postville, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... in 1736, and the land passed to Gerard Alexander (No. 1}, who died in 1760, and bequeathed the land to Gerard Alexander (No. 2), who, on Christmas Day, 1778, sold Arlington to JohnParkeCustis, stepson..."
Date:Mar 14 1879
Publication:Ukiah, California, United States of America
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Text:"... Alexander to JohnParkeCustis In December, 1778. for a consideration of 11,000 pounds in Virginia currency. JohnParkeCustis never lived at Arlington, and on his death in 1781 his son, George Washington..."
Date:June 19 1950
Publication:Somerset, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... of George Washington. Soon after the marriage of JohnParkeCustis and Nellie Calvert, Mr, Custis bought from Gerald Alexander ¿t tract of land opposite Georgetown. The only house on the pKoperty was one..."
Date:Mar 28 1913
Publication:Logansport, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... by the Government on March 31. 1883. though used as a cemetery from the Civil War period 22 years earlier. The land comprising the Arlington estate. 1.100 acres, was sold by GerArd Alexander to JohnParkeCustis..."
Date:June 24 1950
Publication:Hanover, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... of January, 1759. This lady was three months younger than himself, widow of JohnParkeCustis, and distinguished alike for her beauty, aecompllshmentg^ and wealth. She was the daughter of John Dandridge..."
Date:Feb 20 1902
Publication:Laurens, Iowa, United States of America