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  1. Betty Washington Lewis (geboren als Elizabeth Washington; * 20. Juni 1733 in Westmoreland County, Colony of Virginia ; † 31. März 1797 in Culpeper, Virginia) war die einzige Schwester von George Washington, die die Kindheit überlebte.

    • Washington, Elizabeth (Geburtsname)
    • Schwester von George Washington
    • 20. Juni 1733
    • Lewis, Betty Washington
  2. Betty Washington Lewis. Elizabeth Washington Lewis (June 20, 1733 – March 31, 1797) was an American Colonist. She was the younger sister of George Washington and the only sister that survived childhood. Her half-sister, Jane, died at age 11 and her sister Mildred in infancy.

  3. Betty Washington Lewis was more than just the only sister of George Washington to survive to adulthood; she was also a patriot. Lewis and her husband, Fielding, contributed a considerable amount of their personal wealth and time toward the American Revolution.

  4. Betty Washington Lewis (20 June 1733 – 31 March 1797) was the younger sister of George Washington and the only sister to live to adulthood. She was the first daughter of Augustine Washington and Mary Ball Washington. She was born in Westmoreland County, Virginia.

    • Female
    • Ancestor #: A069909
    • Fielding Lewis
    • June 20, 1733
  5. A portrait of Betty Washington Lewis, the sister of George Washington, by John Wollaston. She is seated indoors with a blue dress, pearls, and roses, and her husband Fielding Lewis built Kenmore plantation.

  6. Biography Elizabeth “Betty” Washington Lewis was born June 20, 1733, on the estate Pope’s Creek in Westmoreland County, Virginia and raised from 1738 at Ferry Farm across the Rappahannock River from Fredericksburg, Virginia. She was the second child and only surviving daughter of Augustine and Mary Ball Washington and the sister of George ...

  7. 29. Juli 2015 · Portrait of Betty Washington Lewis by John Wollaston, c. 1755. Credit: Mount Vernon Ladies Association.