Person:Richard Lee (54)

Watchers
m. 1 Dec 1753
  1. Henry "Light Horse Harry" Lee1756 - 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. 1794
Facts and Events
Name Richard Bland Lee
Gender Male
Birth? 20 Jan 1761 Prince William, Virginia, United StatesLeesvylvania
Education? 1779 William & Mary College
Occupation? 1784-1788 Virginia, United StatesMember, Virginia House of Delegates
Property? 1787 Inherited estate he called Sully
Occupation? 1789-1795 First Representative to U. S. House, from Northern Virginia
Marriage 1794 Germantown, Adams, Pennsylvania, United Statesto Elizabeth Collins
Residence Chantilly, Fairfax (county), Virginia, United StatesSully Plantation
with Elizabeth Collins
Occupation? 1795 Virginia, United StatesVirginia House of Delegates
Occupation? 1796 Virginia, United StatesMember, Virginia House of Delegates
Occupation? 1799-1806 Virginia, United StatesMember, Virginia House of Delegates
Occupation? 1799-1806 Virginia, United StatesVirginia House of Delegates
Occupation? 1815-1816 Washington, District of Columbia, United StatesAppointed Commissioner for reconstruction of Federal buildings
Occupation? 1819-1827 Appointed Judge of Orphans Court
Burial[1] Mar 1827 Chantilly, Fairfax (county), Virginia, United StatesSully Plantation
Death? 12 Mar 1827 Washington, District of Columbia, United States
References
  1. Lee was originally buried in the Congressional Cemetery in Washington, D.C. but was later moved to his home for reburial.
  2.   Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Bland_Lee