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09/21/2018 08:41:17

Agnes Lee


Eleanor Agnes Lee, born February 27, 1841, was called Agnes. She was
the third of four daughters and the fifth of seven children of Mary Anna
Custis and Robert E. Lee, born at the family’s Virginia estate,
Arlington. As a child, Agnes spent much of her time reading, studying,
playing piano and working in her garden. There was also a steady flow of
visitors and playmates, cousins from their large extended family, and a
host of friends.

Agnes loved Arlington dearly and
took great interest in the changes made in the house, especially when
the Lees refurnished the large hall in 1855. She also helped teach the
slaves at Arlington, a practice her mother had begun years earlier,
knowing that educating slaves in Virginia was punishable by law. Agnes
held a Sunday evening school for the slaves and taught individual
children before and after breakfast.


Agnes received an excellent education for a woman of her era. She and
her sister Annie were taught at home by a tutor, Miss Sue Poor, from
whom they learned music, English composition, French, and arithmetic.
During her childhood years, Agnes kept a journal of her life at
Arlington that was published as Growing Up in the 1850s (1984). In 1855
Agnes began attending boarding school at the Virginia Female Institute
in Staunton. Considered her mother's favorite daughter, like the other
Lee girls, Agnes had never married. Eleanor Agnes Lee contracted typhoid
fever and passed away in Lexington October 15, 1873 - three years and
three days after her beloved father. She was only 32 years old. Her last
wish was to be buried in the dress she wore on Christmas Day 1862, the
day she refused Orton's proposal of marriage.

Mary Randolph
Custis Lee passed away on November 5, 1873, three weeks after Agnes. The
remaining members of the Lee family - including surviving daughters
Mary Custis and Milly - must have been stunned by so much death in such a
short time. ~Via Civil War Women’s blog~

~✟Robert✟~

Photo: Eleanor Agnes Lee

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09/21/2018 08:04:21

Que disfrutes mucho este fin de semana...Te mando montones de besos con todo mi cariño.


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09/21/2018 07:51:06

wishing you a beautiful Weekend love and peace my dear friend a Big Hugs

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09/21/2018 07:36:00



Hugs and Love


xox


Bless



Be








09/21/2018 05:40:18


Excellent Friday for you dear friend!!
I wish you the best with love and peace!!
Affectionate greetings and blessings!!
✾❥--✾❥--✾❥--✾❥-.-✾❥--✾❥


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09/20/2018 23:52:12



Goodnight Sweetdreams my friend
Love and Hugs Don



09/20/2018 23:49:54



09/20/2018 23:26:59

Good morning and a beautiful Friday my sweet friend ; Heartily greetings .





09/20/2018 22:52:36


FRIDAY.....HAVE A GOOD WEEKEND......



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Sweet dreams and good night my sweet friend i hope you have a lovely evening hugs love and kisses


09/20/2018 20:14:20





Hugs and Love


xox



Bless Be










09/20/2018 19:49:11





09/20/2018 19:41:35

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Sweetie!


You know I love you, don't you?


Do you think about me?


I do about you! Didn't you know?


MUAH! 


Love always, Annette, "That's All!"



5-9-1931 - Harmony Records 1324-H
Annette Hanshaw


Annette Hanshaw - There Ought To Be A Moonlight Saving Time!



       

       
       
       



09/20/2018 19:36:54






09/20/2018 18:47:31
There's an old saying; "If you remember the 60s, you probably weren't there."

Whether you were there or not, it's a fascinating Look Back.
Click below & take a trip back with me, man.
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09/20/2018 18:46:53



Tip Of The Day!

To help prematurely picked tomatoes ripen, wrap them individually in newspaper and leave them on the counter to ripen. 





                                                                 


09/20/2018 18:32:33

GOOD EVENING TO YOU DEAR FRIEND



09/20/2018 17:39:01




Have a Lovely Evening my friend
Goodnight Sweetdreams
Love and Hugs Don




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