George Steptoe Washington,

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George Steptoe Washington

Birthdate: (37)
Birthplace: Berkely, VA
Death: January 10, 1809 (37)
Augusta, Georgia
Place of Burial: St. Paul's Episcopal Church Cemetery, Augusta, Richmond, Georgia, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Col. Samuel Washington and Anne Washington
Husband of Mary Coles Washington and Lucy Elizabeth Todd / Washington
Father of Samuel Walter Washington; William Temple Washington, Capt.; George Steptoe Washington, Jr. and Mary Washington
Brother of Ferdinand Washington; Frederick Augustus Washington; Lucinda Washington; Lawrence Augustine Washington and Harriot Parks
Half brother of Thornton Augustine Washington; Tristram Washington; Infant Washington and John Perrin Washington

Occupation: Captain 8 VA Infantry.
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About George Steptoe Washington,

Birth: 1772

Death: 1809

Captain 8 VA Infantry. He was the nephew of President George Washington. Several transcriptions of letters written by the President to his nephew exist.

Family links:

 Samuel Washington (1734 - 1781)
 Anne Steptoe Washington (1737 - 1777)

 Samuel Walter Washington (1798 - 1831)*

 Lucy Payne Todd Payne Washington (1772 - 1846)*

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Saint Paul's Episcopal Church Cemetery


Richmond County

Georgia, USA

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Record added: May 20, 2007

Find A Grave Memorial# 19458021

George inherited Harewood, the estate built by his father, Samuel Washington. George married Lucy Payne, sister to Dolley Payne. Lucy & George hosted Dolley's marriage to James Madison, later POTUS. After George's death, Lucy accepted Dolley's invitation to have her second wedding in Dolley's temporary residence, The White House.

George was one of 4 or 5 men mentioned in George Washington's Will. They were given swords owned by Washington, with the injunction not to draw them except in defense of their families or their nation.

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George Steptoe Washington,'s Timeline

August 17, 1771
Berkely, VA
March 20, 1799
Age 27
Jefferson, Virginia, USA
July 16, 1800
Age 28
Harewood, Jefferson, Virginia
January 6, 1804
Age 32
October 15, 1806
Age 35
Harewood, Jefferson, Virginia
January 10, 1809
Age 37
Augusta, Georgia
St. Paul's Episcopal Church Cemetery, Augusta, Richmond, Georgia, United States