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Mary Custis Lee

生日 (84)
出生地 Ravensworth, Virginia
逝世 1918年11月22日 (84)
Homestead Hotel, Hot Springs, Va
葬于 Wash. & Lee Univ, Lexington, , VA.
直接亲属

Gen. Robert E. Lee (CSA)Mary Ann Randolph Lee (Custis)之女
Major Gen. George Washington Custis Lee (CSA); Nancy C Lee; Maj. General W. H. F. "Rooney" Lee (CSA); Anne Carter Lee; Eleanor Agnes Lee另外2个的姐妹

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About Mary Custis Lee

Mary Custis Lee (1835–1918) was the eldest daughter of General Robert E. Lee (1807–1870) and Mary Anna Randolph (Custis) Lee (1807–1873) of Arlington House in what is now Arlington, Va. Very close to her father, she never married and traveled the world and the United States after her parents' deaths.

Mary was the second child and first daughter of Confederate General Robert E. Lee and his wife, Mary Anna Custis Lee and she outlived all of her siblings. Mary was recorded as being the most aloof and outspoken of the Lee children and she assumed little, if any, of the responsiblity of helping to run the large Lee household; she was also regarded as "stern" and "bossy" and preferred to be "away from home" much of the time. She loved to travel so much that, in her later years, she roamed the globe almost continuously, collecting visiting cards from nobility and was overseas when World War One began. Mary has the distinction of being partially responsible for her father's move to Lexington, VA and his acceptance of the Presidency of Washington College there and she also has the distinction of being the first person to be cremated and interred in Lexington. After the deaths of her brothers and sisters, Mary was proud to announce to anyone who would listen that she was "the last surviving child of General Robert E. Lee."

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Birth: Jul. 12, 1835 Arlington Arlington County Virginia, USA Death: Nov. 22, 1918 Hot Springs Bath County Virginia, USA

Mary was the second child and first daughter of Confederate General Robert E. Lee and his wife, Mary Anna Custis Lee and she outlived all of her siblings. Mary was recorded as being the most aloof and outspoken of the Lee children and she assumed little, if any, of the responsiblity of helping to run the large Lee household; she was also regarded as "stern" and "bossy" and preferred to be "away from home" much of the time. She loved to travel so much that, in her later years, she roamed the globe almost continuously, collecting visiting cards from nobility and was overseas when World War One began. Mary has the distinction of being partially responsible for her father's move to Lexington, VA and his acceptance of the Presidency of Washington College there and she also has the distinction of being the first person to be cremated and interred in Lexington. After the deaths of her brothers and sisters, Mary was proud to announce to anyone who would listen that she was "the last surviving child of General Robert E. Lee."


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Parents:
 Robert Edward Lee (1807 - 1870)
 Mary Anna Randolph Custis Lee (1808 - 1873)

Siblings:
 George Washington Custis Lee (1832 - 1913)*
 Mary Custis Lee (1835 - 1918)
 William Henry Fitzhugh Lee (1837 - 1891)*
 Anne Carter Lee (1839 - 1862)*
 Anne Carter Lee (1839 - 1862)**
 Eleanor Agnes Lee (1841 - 1873)*
 Robert Edward Lee (1843 - 1914)*
 Mildred Childe Lee (1845 - 1905)*
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    • Half-sibling
 

Burial: Lee Chapel Museum Lexington Lexington City Virginia, USA


Created by: Kathleen Record added: Nov 15, 2003 Find A Grave Memorial# 8090458

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Mary Custis Lee的年谱

1834
1834年7月12日
Ravensworth, Virginia
1918
1918年11月22日
84岁
Homestead Hotel, Hot Springs, Va
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Wash. & Lee Univ, Lexington, , VA.