Person:Betty Washington (2)

m. 6 Mar 1731
  1. President George Washington1732 - 1799
  2. Betty Washington1733 - 1797
  3. Samuel Washington1734 - 1781
  4. John Augustine Washington1736 - 1787
  5. Charles Washington1738 - 1799
  6. Mildred Washington1739 - 1740
m. 7 MAY 1750
  1. Fielding Lewis1750/51 - 1803
  2. Augustine Lewis1751/52 - 1756
  3. Warner Lewis1755 - 1756
  4. George Washington Lewis1757 - 1821
  5. Mary Lewis1759 - 1759
  6. Charles Lewis1760 -
  7. Samuel Lewis1762 - 1764
  8. Lawrence Lewis1767 - 1839
  9. Robert Lewis1769 - 1829
  10. Howell Lewis1771 - 1822
Facts and Events
Name Betty Washington
Gender Female
Birth? 20 Jun 1733 Wakefield, Westmoreland, Virginia, United States
Alt Marriage 2 MAY 1750 Virginiato Gen. Fielding Lewis, Sr.
Marriage 7 MAY 1750 Fredericksburg, VAto Gen. Fielding Lewis, Sr.
Death? 31 MAR 1797 Culpeper, Virginia, United States
Ancestral File Number 9PJX-C5


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Betty Washington Lewis (June 20, 1733 – March 31, 1797) was the younger sister of George Washington and the only sister to live to adulthood. She was the first daughter of Augustine Washington and Mary Ball Washington. She is considered a "founding mother" of America.

She was born in Westmoreland County, Virginia and married Fielding Lewis in 1750. Their children included Lawrence Lewis, who married Eleanor Parke Custis, a granddaughter of Martha Washington, and Robert Lewis. They built a house in Fredericksburg, Kenmore House, in 1772, and owned The Lewis Store until 1776. In later life, she stayed close with her mother. She died in 1797 while visiting her daughter, Betty Lewis Carter, at the Western View Plantation in Culpeper, Virginia, and is buried there.

She and her husband are commemorated with street names in the nearby Ferry Farm subdivision (Fielding Circle and Betty Lewis Drive).

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References
  1.   Betty Washington Lewis, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia. (Online: Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.).

    I guess I am confused as to why the word COUNTY is not included, but as it was previously shown, Betty Washington Lewis did not die in the town of Culpeper. She died at her daughter's farm in Culpeper County, where she was buried.