President George Washington1

M, #8142, b. 11 February 1731/32, d. 14 December 1799
Father*Captain Augustine Washington1 b. 1694, d. 12 Apr 1743
Mother*Mary Ball1 d. 26 Aug 1789
Relationship8th cousin 9 times removed of Robert Michael Damon

Names and TItles

Titled: 1st President of the United States (George Washington) on 30 April 1789.1
     President George Washington was born on 11 February 1731/32 in Wakefield Plantation, Westmoreland County, Virginia.1 He was the son of Captain Augustine Washington and Mary Ball.1 President George Washington married Martha Dandridge on 6 January 1759 at Martha's Home, Kent County, Virginia.1 President George Washington died on 14 December 1799 at Mount Vernon, Virginia, at age 67.1 He was buried in Mount Vernon, Fairfax County, Virginia.2
     George's father Captain Augustine Washington died on 12 April 1743 in Ferry Farm, King George County, Virginia.1 Was elected without opponent by 69 electoral votes. Was in office from 1789 to 1797 (two terms). His vice-president was his successor John Adams. Refused to run for a third term and - thereby - inofficially instituted the 2-term rule for american presidents, the only exception being Franklin Delano Roosevelt.2 President George Washington was over President John Adams as Vice President of the United States on 30 April 1789. President George Washington became President of the United States on 30 April 1789. George's mother Mary Ball died on 26 August 1789 near Fredericksburg, Virginia.1,3 President George Washington was replaced as President of the United States by President John Adams on 4 March 1797.


     President George Washington has ID 35 in Presidential Family Forest.1


Martha Dandridge b. 21 June 1731, d. 22 May 1802
Last Edited1 Jan 2004


  1. [S167] Presidential Family Forest, CD-ROM (Kamula, HI 96743, Millisecond Publishing Company, Inc.).
  2. [S231] Presidents.GED online…, Brian Tompsett (e-mail address), downloaded December 2003.
  3. [S291] David Ball, "EMail from David Ball", e-mail message from e-mail address ( to Richard Smith Damon, 21 Jan 2011, Date, not place.