Famous Last Will and Testament General Robert E. Lee
About the last will and testament of famous American Civil War General Robert E. Lee.
WHERE THERE'S A WILL
ROBERT E. LEE, U.S. Confederate general, died 1870
Last Will: To his wife, Mary Custis Lee, went the whole of Lee's $88,000 estate, which included substantial investments in stocks and bonds. "Upon the decease of my wife it is my will & desire that my Estate be divided among my children, in such proportions to each, as their situations & necessities in life may require; and as may be designated by her; & I particularly request that my second daughter, Anne Carter, who from an accident she has recd. in one of her eyes, may be more in want of aid than the rest, may if necessary be particularly provided for."
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