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  1. John Parke Custis (November 27, 1754 – November 5, 1781) was an American planter and politician, only son of Martha Washington before her marriage to George Washington. He is now known for his progeny, especially those raised by President Washington.

  2. John Parke Custis, known as “Jacky,” was born in 1754 to Daniel Parke Custis and Martha Dandridge Custis. He was the third of Martha’s four children....

  3. John Parke Custis (known as Jacky when younger, and Jack as he got older) was around four years old when his mother Martha married George Washington. Custis was one of the two surviving children of Martha Washington's first marriage to Daniel Parke Custis.

  4. John Parke Custis, called "Jacky," stepson of George Washington, served as an aide-de-camp to General Washington during the siege of Yorktown. He died of camp fever in October 1781, just after Lord Cornwallis's surrender on October 19.

  5. 22 de dic. de 2021 · John Parke Custis was a planter and member of the House of Delegates (17781781). After the death of his father, Daniel Parke Custis, his mother, Martha Dandridge Custis, married George Washington and moved the family to Mount Vernon.

  6. John Parke Custis, stepson of George Washington, wrote to George Washington who was at Valley Forge about various aspects of the war. He notified him that the Virginia legislature passed bills to help raise troops, the arrival of a French ship carrying uniforms and military supplies, and a note to his mom. Docketed by George Washington.

  7. John Parke Custis (27 de noviembre de 1754 - 5 de noviembre de 1781) fue un plantador estadounidense. Era hijo de Martha Washington e hijastro de George Washington.