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Shortly after their arrival, George contracted smallpox. He saw action in the French and Indian War and was eventually put in charge of all of Virginia’s militia forces. He survived, although the illness left him with permanent facial scars. In 1752, Lawrence, who had been educated in England and served as Washington’s mentor, died. By 1759, Washington had resigned his commission, returned to Mount Vernon and was elected to the Virginia House of Burgesses, where he served until 1774. In January 1759, he married Martha Dandridge Custis (1731-1802), a wealthy widow with two children.
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Author: George Birtill
Publisher: Guardian Press (1976)
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