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is certified by Charles Townley, York, and John Pomfret, Rouge Croix, August 1st, 1750. Richard Lee, who came to Virginia in the reign of Charles I., was of a good family, Shropshire; and his s this step that the ancient motto of the Virginians was "En dat Virginia quintam. " This Richard Lee had several children: John and Richard the two eldest. Richard was a great scholar, devoting a Fairfax. One daughter married a Corbin; another, a Turberville: Philip, the second son of Richard Lee, settled in Maryland. Francis, the third son, died a bachelor. Thomas, the fourth son, marrsopher and diplomatist, was one of the first men of his day. Henry Lee, the fifth son of Richard Lee, married a Bland. This is the ancestor of our General Lee. His son Richard was Squire Lee, General Lee. His son Richard was Squire Lee, of Lee Hall.--His only daughter married a Fitzhugh. Henry, the third son, married a Miss Grymes, and left five sons and three daughters, viz: Henry, who was colonel in the Revolution; Charles, Richa