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    Washington’s Guardianship of the Custis Heirs

    From: Washington Papers | Colonial Series | Volume 7 | Washington’s Guardianship of the Custis Heirs

    1Editorial Note (Washington Papers)
    [21 October 1761–3 November 1773] I. Washington’s Appointment as Guardian, 21 October 1761 II. Adjusted Account of the Estate of Daniel Parke Custis, April 1762 III. Guardian Accounts, 12 April 1762 Editorial Note GW’s guardian accounts span eleven years, from 1762 to 1773. The division and settlement of the estate of Daniel Parke Custis in 1761 created three separate estates: (1) Martha...
    At a General Court held at the Capitol the Twenty first day of October One thousand Seven hundred and Sixty one. George Washington Esqr. is appointed Guardian to John Parke Custis and Martha Parke Custis Infants, Orphans of Daniel Parke Custis Esqr. deceasd and thereupon he together with Peyton Randolph Ralph Wormeley and Burwell Bassett Esqr. his Securities entered into and acknowledgd Bond...
    The Estate of Daniel Parke Custis Esquire Dr. Current Sterling 1761 To Robert Cary & Co. for Fees paid at the Bank .10.6 for Goods sent from Scotland 13. 7.0 for Impost & Cocket of 50 hhds of Tobo lost in the Cary   5. 1.  18.18.6 1762 To Joseph Valentine for so much paid Henry Weatherborne £ 1. 4.0 for so much paid Thomas Hornsby 1.13.6 2.17. 6
    Mr John Parke Custis Dr Current Sterling 1761 To Balle of your Acct then Settled & approvd of by the Genl Court 293. 2.11 10/12 Nov. 5 To the Estates Acct as above 6. 6. 2 To 2/3 of £151.3.–3/4 the Amount of Goods Shipd by Gildart for your Negroes 100.15. 4 1/2 To Goods by Boyes for the use of your Plantations & Negroes pr Robert Cary & Co. 72. 3. 1 To Robert Cary & Co. for Goods by Johnson...