Worthy Partner: The Papers of Martha Washington

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The Estate of Danl P. Custis Esqr. decd.

1759 To my Wife's full third part of all his Personal Estate. Decr 5. To Cash paid Mr James Hunter for Freight & Charges on 15 Hhd Tobo shipd pr the Fair American 7.10.3 3

March 4 To Cash of Colo Custis's Estate £ 2.15. 0
Apr 20 To Cash of Colo Custis's Estate 96. 0. 0
Apr 25 To Cash of Colo Custis's Estate 14. 5. 9
Apr 26 To Cash of Colo Custis's Estate 19. 0. 0
To Ditto of Ditto 10. 0. 0
May 4 To Ditto of Ditto 400. 0. 0
To Ditto of Ditto 3.10. 0
To Ditto of Ditto 60. 0. 0
May 11 To Cash of Colo Custis's Estate 5 46. 7. 6
June 13 To Ditto of Ditto 154
9 To Ditto of Ditto 20
To Ditto of Ditto 77
To Ditto of Ditto 12.15
To Ditto of Ditto 6.12
July 5 To Ditto of Ditto 3. 7. 6
July 10 To Ditto of Ditto 15. 0. 0
To Ditto of ye Estate 4. 1. 3
To Ditto of Ditto 8.10
To Ditto of ye Estate 311.18. 4

AD, DLC:GW.

1.
Ledger Book A, page 57.
2.
Ledger Book A, page 62.
3.
This entry is contained on the opposite page, page 57, Ledger Book A.
4.
Ledger Book A, page 55.
5.
Ledger Book A, page 56.

To Mrs. Margaret Green1

( September 29, 1760)

_____ I have the pleasure to tell you my dear little girl 2 is much better she has lost her fitts & fevours both and seems to be getting well very fast 3 we earned her out yesterday in the charriot and the change of air refressed her very much _____

ALS, location unknown. Complete text not available. The original was sold in the Gribbel Sale, Part 1; Parke Bernet Sale No. 223, October 30, 31, November 1, 1940, item 788.

1.
Mrs. Green was the wife of Reverend Charles Green (c. 1710-1765), rector of Truro Parish and later of Pohick Church, Fairfax County. He had practiced medicine in the area. In 1735, on the recommendation of Augustine Washington, he returned to England and was ordained by the Bishop of London. Returning to Virginia in 1736, he took up his ministry

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