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  1. Martha Parke Custis (1756 – June 19, 1773) was the stepdaughter of George Washington who died from an epileptic seizure at the age of 17, fifteen years before he was elected as the first president of the United States.

  2. Martha Parke Custis was Martha Washington and Daniel Parke Custis's youngest child. Known to the family as Patsy, Custis had a particularly difficult life. Patsy was only a toddler when her mother married George Washington. By the time Patsy was eleven or twelve, she experienced frequent seizures.

  3. In December, 1799, George Washington died following a sudden illness. To his second step-granddaughter, Martha Peter, he left land as well as money, which the Peters used to purchase a large city block in Georgetown. It was there that they built their own beautiful and spacious home, named Tudor Place.

  4. Two years prior to her marriage to George Washington in 1759, Martha Washington was married to a wealthy Virginian named Daniel Parke Custis, whose death left her a young widow. The Custis family became intertwined with the Washington family, as George Washington adopted and raised two generations of Custis children.

  5. Martha Parke Custis Peter (December 31, 1777 – July 13, 1854) was a granddaughter of Martha Dandridge Washington and a step-granddaughter of George Washington.

  6. 28 de nov. de 2018 · When George Washington married the widow Martha Dandridge Custis on Jan. 6, 1759, he acquired not only a wife but also two stepchildren, four-year-old John Parke “Jacky” Custis and two-year-old Martha Parke “Patsy” Custis.

  7. Martha Parke Custis Peter. By Wendy Kail. On January 6, 1759 the widow Martha Dandridge Custis married Colonel George Washington. She stood only five feet to his six feet, three and a half inches. 1 She brought two children from her first marriage, John Parke Custis [Jacky, born 1754], and Martha Parke Custis [Patcy, born 1756].

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