Martha Washington Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

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Martha Washington

This Biography is about one of the best First Ladies Martha Washingtonincluding her Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Martha Washington
Real Name Martha Washington
Profession First Ladies
Nick Name Martha Dandridge Custis Washington
Nationality American
Religion Episcopalian
Personal Life of Martha Washington
Born on 02 June 1731
Birthday 2nd June
Died At Age 70
Sun Sign Gemini
Born in Chestnut Grove, New Kent County, Colony of Virginia
Died on 22 May 1802 AD
Place of death Mount Vernon, Virginia, U.S
Family Background of Martha Washington
Father John Dandridge
Mother Francis Jones
Siblings John (1733-1749), William (1734-1776), Bartholomew (1737-1785), Anna Marie
Spouses/Partners George Washington (m. 1759-1799), Daniel Parke Custis (m. 1750-1757)
Children John Parke Custis
Personal Fact of Martha Washington

Martha Dandridge Custis Washington was the wife of George Washington, the first president of the United States. Even though she was technically the first First Lady of the United States, this title was not coined until after her death. Known as Lady Washington during her lifetime, she was a gracious hostess who entertained the many high profile guests of the president.

She was also known for her generosity towards the Revolutionary war veterans to whom she provided financial help or assistance of any other kind. She was a wealthy young widow with children when she first met and married George Washington who was then a Colonel. She was a hard working and dutiful wife who became her husband’s caretaker after he was made General of the American Army by the Continental Congress. She skillfully enlisted the assistance of the women of the colonies to make financial contributions and gather supplies for the Continental Army.

The presidential couple shared a marriage based on mutual respect and affection. Even though Martha found life as the First Lady to be stifling, she considered it her duty towards her husband to fulfill her responsibilities wholeheartedly. Along with her husband she continued receiving guests and socializing long after Washington’s Administration was over.

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