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The Daily Dispatch: June 5, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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was almost as distinguished in the Revolutionary period as an orator and a statesman as his brother. He married the daughter of Colonel John Tayloe, of Richmond county. The fifth son, William, was sheriff and alderman of the city of London. Arthur, the sixth and youngest son, as a scholar, writer, philosopher 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, 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, Richard Bland, Theodoric and Edmund; also, Mary, Lucy and Anne. General Henry Lee married twice; first, with Matilda, daughter of Philip Ludwell Lee, by whom he had a son (Henry) and a daughter (Lucy); and afterwards with Ann, daughter of Charles Carter, of Shirley, by whom he had three sons C