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  1. Eleanor Parke Custis Lewis (March 31, 1779 – July 15, 1852), known as " Nelly ", was a granddaughter of Martha Washington and a step-granddaughter of George Washington . Childhood. Nelly was a daughter of John Parke Custis and Eleanor Calvert Custis.

  2. George Washington Parke Custis (April 30, 1781 – October 10, 1857) was an American plantation owner, antiquarian, author, and playwright. His father John Parke Custis was a stepson of George Washington. He and his sister Eleanor grew up at Mount Vernon and in the Washington presidential household. Upon reaching age 21, Custis ...

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  3. Known as "Nelly Custis," Eleanor Parke Custis Lewis was the granddaughter of Martha Washington from her first marriage, and the adopted daughter of George Washington. When Martha married General Washington in 1759 she was the widow of Daniel Parke Custis [1711-1757], and had two young children, John Parke Custis [1754-1781] and Martha Parke Custis [1755-1773].

  4. Known as "Nelly Custis," Eleanor Parke Custis Lewis was the granddaughter of Martha Washington from her first marriage, and the adopted daughter of George Washington. When Martha married General Washington in 1759 she was the widow of Daniel Parke Custis [1711-1757], and had two young children, John Parke Custis [1754-1781] and Martha Parke Custis [1755-1773].

  5. The art courses that Custis took while living in New York and Philadelphia likely included silhouette-cutting instruction, priming her to render this hollow-cut silhouette portrait of her grandmother, in which the negative profile was cut from board and placed atop a black fabric support.

  6. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Eleanor Parke Custis Lewis (March 31, 1779 – July 15, 1852), known as " Nelly ", was a granddaughter of Martha Washington and a step-granddaughter of George Washington.