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Title: Authenticated copy of the last will and testament of George Washington, of Mount Vernon : embracing a schedule of his real estate and notes thereto by the testator : to which is added historical notes and biographical sketches
Authors: Washington, George, 1732-1799., Jackson, A., fl. 1868. edt
Publication Info: Washington, D.C. : A. Jackson, 1868.
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• ... T E TAM A T GEORGE WASHINGTON, OF MT. VERNON, EMBRACING A SCHEDULE OF HIS REAL ESTATE AND NOTES THERETO BY TH ...
Authenticated Copy of The Last Will and Testament of George Washington, [...]
• ... Authenticated Copy of The Last Will and Testament of George Washington, [...]: ...
• ...aid County, do hereby Certify that, this Copy of the Last Will and Testament of General George Washington with the Schedule and his notes thereto attached, has been carefully exami ...
Notes.
• ...ourt held for the County of Fairfax the 20th day of January 18oo, this last Will and Testament of George Washington, deceased, late President of the United States of America, was pre -sented in Cou ...
Notes of The Publishers.
• ... NOTES OF THE PUBLISHER. Note I, Page I.-GEORGE WASHINGTON. The progenitor of the Washingtons, of whom this Testator was one, seems to have b ...
• ...ty. It was inherited by Laurence Washington from Augustine Washington, his father and the father of George Washington, in April, 1743, and was named by him, Mount Vernon, in honor of Admiral Vernon, o ...
• ...e campaigns in West Indies in 1741-42. After his death (26th July, 1752,) Mount Vernon descended to George Washington. It was willed by General Washington to his nephew, Bushrod Washington, son of Joh ...
• ...c design that the estate so purchased shall include the late mansion as well as the tomb of General George Washington, and shall thereby be converted into public property, and forever held by the stat ...
• ...rom injury and desecration, and held in trust for said association, forever sacred to the memory of George Washington, whose mortal remains shall be kept perpetually thereon. And then upon this furthe ...
• ...state shall vest in said state. 5. The said two hundred acres of ground shall include the tomb of George Washington, mansion, garden, grounds, and the wharf and landing now constructed onthe Potomac ...
• ...ld and improve two hundred acres of Mount Vernon, including the late mansion as well as the tomb of George Washington, to,gether with the garden, grounds and wharf and landing now constructed on the I ...
• ...ken for his own name. Note 4, Page I.--" LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT." The last Will and Testament of George Washington, admitted to probate and executed as such, was written, as will be seen by its per ...
• ... since the organization of said County, before whom the Executors of the last will and testament of George Washington qualified. Subsequent to this period, the County was, by an act of the Virginia As ...
• ...County, asked the Legislature of Virginia the privilege of withdrawing the original will of General George Washington from the County Records for the purpose of having it lithographed, and on the 22d ...
• ...f Fairfax, to withdraw from the Records of the County Court of Fairfax the original Will of General George Washington, and to carry the same beyond the limits of the Commonwealth, and to entrust the s ...
• ...l, endorsing thereon; " The Original Will of GENERAL GEORGE WASHINGTON. Belongs to the Records of Fairfax County Court. To be returned to me, or any one ...
• ..., 1865, passed the following order: " It appearing to the Court that the original will of General George Washington, of Mount Vernon, has been much worn and mutilated from frequent handling, and tha ...
• ...ON COLLEGE. The Virginia Legislature, attesting their appreciation of the unexampled merits of GEORGE WASHINGTON, in October, 1784, passed an act vesting in him one hundred shares in the James R ...
• ... of Lex ington, and under his eyes the College that bore the name and enjoyed the mu nificence of GEORGE WASHINGTON, was sacked; its chemical and philosophical apparatus destroyed; and its librari ...
• ...hington had long had him in his service as private secretary and preceptor to his adopted children, George Washington Parke Custis and sister. ANote 25, Page 21.--These two gentlemen were sons of Lu ...
• ...nor wife is now in the way to do these good offices." .Vote 26, Page 22.-" ELEANOR PARKE CUSTIS AND GEORGE WASHINGTON PARKE CUSTIs." These were the children of John Parke Custis, the only child of Mrs ...
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