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Ann McCarty (Lee)

Also Known As: "Fitzhugh"
Birthplace: Machodoc, Westmoreland County, Virginia, British Colonial America
Death: January 12, 1732 (48-49)
Eagles Nest, King George County, Virginia, British Colonial America
Place of Burial: King George County, Virginia, British Colonial America
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Col. Richard Lee, II and Laetitia Lee
Wife of William "Eagle's Nest" Fitzhugh and Capt. Daniel McCarty
Mother of Colonel Henry Fitzhugh, of Eagle's Nest; Letitia Turberville; Sarah Barradall; Billington McCarty and Thaddeus McCarty
Sister of John Lee; Hon. Richard Lee III; Capt. Philip Lee, Esq.; Francis Lee; Hon. Thomas Lee of Stratford Hall and 1 other

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About Ann McCarty

Ann Mary Lee, third generation Lee of Virginia, married to William Fitzhugh, and Captain Daniel McCarty

Daughter of Col. Richard Henry "The Scholar" Lee II and Laetitia Corbin Lee. Married three times: 1) William "Eagle's Nest" Fitzhugh Esq. 2) Capt Daniel McCarty.

Birth: 1683
Westmoreland County Virginia, USA Death: Jan. 12 Stafford County Virginia, USA

Married lst husband William Fitzhugh in 1705. After his death she married Capt. Daniel McCarty on 5/27/1719. Mother of Mary Lee (Fitzhugh) Curtis, Sarah Fitzhugh, Wm. Henry Fitzhugh and Letitia Fitzhugh.


Second marriage of Ann Lee : After the death of Col. William Fitzhugh, which occurred about 1713-14, his widow married Captain Daniel McCarty, of "the Parish of Cople in the Co: of West'd Esqr ." He was born in 1679 ; died the 4th of May, 1724, his tomb is still to be seen at old Yeocomico Church ; Captain McCarty was Burgess, Justice and Sheriff for Westmoreland; in 1715-20, he was Speaker of the Assembly. Ann (Lee-Fitzhugh) McCarty in her will (dated the 7th of November, 1728; probated at Westmoreland, the 31st of May, 1732) mentioned her son, Col. Henry Fitzhugh, her brother-in-law Henry Fitzhugh, her brothers, Thomas, Henry, and Richard Lee, her daughter Lettice, also Elizabeth, daughter of Major John Fitzhugh, her sons, Billington and Thaddeus McCarty, also her daughter Sarah Fitzhugh, Col. John Tayloe, and Sarah Beale. She appointed her son, Henry Fitzhugh, and her brothers, Thomas and Henry Lee, her executors. To her son, Henry, she left her "grandfather Corbyn's wedding ring." (Hayden, Va. Genealogies, 86, 87).

Lee of Virginia (1895), page 83.


Age: 48-49


MH:S674 WikiTree MyHeritage <a href='' target='wikitree'></a> Event: Record Role: 10109:34206058: Anne Fitzhugh (born Lee)&lt;br&gt;Gender: Female&lt;br&gt;Birth: 1682 - Westmorland VA&lt;br&gt;Marriage: 1701 - King George VA&lt;br&gt;Marriage: May 27 1719 - Westmorland VA&lt;br&gt;Death: Jan 12 1732 - Westmorland VA&lt;br&gt;Spouses: William FitzhughDaniel McCarty&lt;br&gt;Child: Letitia Turberville (born Fitzhugh)

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Ann McCarty's Timeline

Machodoc, Westmoreland County, Virginia, British Colonial America
Eagles Nest, King George County, Virginia, Colonial America
July 15, 1707
"Eagle Nest", King George, VA.
Richmond, Wise, Virginia, United States
Westmoreland Co., Va
January 12, 1732
Age 49
Eagles Nest, King George County, Virginia, British Colonial America
Age 49
Eagle's Nest, King George County, Virginia, British Colonial America