Person:Henry Lee (7)

     
Henry Lee, III, 9th Governor of Virginia
m. 1 Dec 1753
  1. Henry Lee, III, 9th Governor of Virginia1756 - 1818
  2. Charles Lee1758 - 1815
  3. Richard Bland Lee1761 - 1827
  4. Mary Lee1764 - 1827
  5. Theodoric Lee1766 - 1849
  6. Edmund Jennings Lee, Sr.1772 - 1843
  7. Lucy Lee1774 - 1868
  8. Anne Lee1776 - 1857
m. 13 APR 1782
  1. Nathanael Greene Lee1784 - 1784
  2. Philip Ludwell Lee1785 - 1792
  3. Lucy Grymes Lee1786 - 1864
  4. Henry Lee, IV1787 - 1837
  • HHenry Lee, III, 9th Governor of Virginia1756 - 1818
  • WAnne Hill Carter1773 - 1829
m. 18 JUL 1793
  1. Algernon Sydney Lee1795 - 1796
  2. Charles Carter Lee1798 - 1871
  3. Anne Kinloch Lee1800 - 1864
  4. Commodore Sydney Smith Lee1802 - 1869
  5. Robert Edward Lee1807 - 1870
  6. Catherine Mildred Lee1811 - 1856
Facts and Events
Name Henry Lee, III, 9th Governor of Virginia
Alt Name Major General Henry Lee
Alt Name Light Horse Harry Lee
Gender Male
Birth[1] 29 Jan 1756 Leesylvania, Prince William, Virginia(now Leesylvania State Park)
Military[1] 1776-1783 Lieutenant colonel, Continental Army
Marriage 13 APR 1782 Stratford Hallto Matilda Ludwell Lee
Marriage 18 JUL 1793 Charles City, Virginia, USAto Anne Hill Carter
Military[1] 1798-1800 Major general, United States Army
Other[4] 1799 Washington, District of Columbia, United Statesgave eulogy for George Washington in Congress
Reference Number? Q450175?
Death[1] 25 Mar 1818 Cumberland Island, Camden, Georgia, United States
Burial[3] 1913 Lee Chapel Museum, Lexington, Virginia, United Statesoriginally interred on Cumberland Island, his remains were reinterred at the museum
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Henry Lee III, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.

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    Henry Lee III (January 29, 1756 – March 25, 1818), also known as Light-Horse Harry Lee, was an early American Patriot who served as the ninth Governor of Virginia and as the Virginia Representative to the United States Congress. During the American Revolution, Lee served as a cavalry officer in the Continental Army and earned the nickname "Light-Horse Harry". Lee was the father of Confederate general Robert E. Lee.

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    According to Screenwriter Robert Rodat, the character "Col. Harry Burwell" in the movie "The Patriot", played by Chris Cooper, was a composite character partially based upon some of the exploits of Henry "Lighthorse Harry" Lee, although the actual Col. Lee would have been too young to have been the same character portrayed in the movie.[1]

  3. Grave Recorded, in Find A Grave, [Includes photo].
  4. He characterised as "first in war, first in peace, and first in the hearts of his countrymen." [2]