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George Washington

            George Washington was born in 1732 to a good family, who worked hard,.
             worshipped god, and had high moral values. Oddly enough, his family came.
             to America by accident. His great Grandfather, John Washington, boarded a.
             ship that went aground in the Potomac River.
             his father, Augustine Washington had a farm, and after he discovered large.
             Amounts of iron ore were discovered on his land, he spent most of his time.
             Working iron. He had four children born from his first wife,.
             Jane BUTLER (Ha ha ha), Who died within 20 years of their marriage.
             He then later marred Mary Ball, who gave birth to young Georgey boy.
             Mary had not had a pleasant childhood. Both of her parents had died when.
             She was my age. After George was born and he inherited it, She wrote him.
             Constantly, asking for money, even though most of the time she didn't need.
             George himself was born on Pope's Creek Plantation in Westmoreland county, Virginia on February 22. Lucky George only had to go to school for.
             7 or 8 years. He often drew in his notebook during history classes, but his best subject was math. He stopped going to school when he was 14 or 15 years old because his father died before he could be sent to school in England. When he was in school, he copied down the rules of behavior in an exercise book.
             Turn not your Back to others especially in Speaking, Jog not the.
             Table or Desk, on which another reads or writes, lean not upon .
             any one. Use no Reproachfull Language against any one neither .
             Curse nor Revile. Play not the Peacock, looking every where .
             about you, to See if you be well Deck't, if your Shoes fit well, if .
             your Skokings Sit neatly, and Cloths handsomely. .
             While you are talking, Point not with your Finger at him of.
             Whom you Discourse nor Approach too near him to whom you.
             talk especially to his face. .
             Be not Curious to Know the Affairs of Others neither approach.
             those that Speak in Private. .
             It's unbecoming to Stoop much to ones Meat Keep your Fingers.

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