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Major-General George Washington Custis Lee.

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Published in [Richmond .
Written in English


  • Lee, George Washington Custis, 1832-1913

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StatementBy W. Gordon McCabe, president of the Virginia Historical Society.
LC ClassificationsE467.1.L394 M3
The Physical Object
Pagination9 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6371967M
LC Control Number38017410

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George Washington Custis Lee. NPS Image. Born in , Custis (or "Boo," "Bunny," etc.) was the oldest of the Lees' children and had the reputation of a trouble maker as a small child. But he grew up to be a serious, and most capable young man and graduated at the top of his class from the United States Military Academy in With Frank White s work on the battle of Sailor s Creek focusing on the capture of Confederate Major General George Washington Custis Lee, eldest son of the famed General Robert E. Lee, new light is shed on this often overlooked pivotal battle during the final days of the Civil War.3/5(1). The life and memoirs of the late Major General Lee, second in command to General Washington, during the American revolution, to which are added, his political and military essays. Contributor Names Lee, Charles, [from old catalog] Langworthy, Edward. Memorial of G.W. Custis Lee, of Virginia: setting forth his claim to "Arlington," and proposing to convey that estate to the United States upon the payment of a just compensation, and asking Congress to pass a law to provide for the adjudication of his title, and to ascertain the fair value of the property by George Washington Custis Lee (Book).

Dec 8, - General Robert E. Lee and his son, Major General George Washington Custis Lee, and Lee’s aide-de-camp, Colonel Walter Taylor - colorized! This photograph was taken outside of a rented home in Richmond a week after Robert E. Lee surrendered to Ulysses S. Grant at Appomattox Courthouse, and his family home for the past century had been turned in to a national cemetary and . Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for George Washington Custis Lee (16 Sep –18 Feb ), Find a Grave Memorial no. , citing Lee Chapel Museum, Lexington, Lexington City, Virginia, USA ; Maintained by Find A : Lee Chapel Museum, Lexington, Lexington . Major-General George Washington Custis Lee. Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available "An extract reprinted from the president's 'Annual report', read before the Society in the Capitol, February 24th, ". Also available in digital form. Contributor: McCabe, W. Gordon (William Gordon) Date: Three days before Robert E. Lee's surrender at Appomattox ended the Civil War, his son George Washington Custis Lee was captured at the Battle of Sailor's Creek in Virginia.