George Washington Age, Net Worth, Wife, Family, Height and Biography

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Net Worth $587 Million
Name George Washington
Date of Birth 22 February 1732
Age 67 Years Old
Gender Male

George Washington Net Worth

$587 Million

George Washington was an American military officer, soldier, statesman and politician. As of 1799, George Washington’s net worth is $587 million. He was Founding Father who served as the first president of the United States from 1789 to 1797. Washington was appointed commander of the Continental Army by the Continental Congress and led the Patriot troops to victory in the American Revolutionary War.

He also presided over the Constitutional Convention of 1787, which created the United States Constitution and a federal government. Washington has been dubbed the “Father of the Nation” for his multifaceted leadership throughout the country’s formative years.

George Washington Wiki/Biography

Born on 22 February 1732, George Washington’s age was 67 Years Old as of 1799. He was born and brought up in a super-rich-class from Westmoreland County, Virginia, United States. He was an American by nationality and had his belief in the Anglicanism religion.

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George Washington Childhood Pic

He completed his early education at the Lower Church School, the United States. He never went to college but from the very beginning was a leader.

Name George Washington
Net Worth $587 Million
Date of Birth 22 February 1732
Date of Death 14 December 1799
Age 67 Years Old
Birth Place Westmoreland County, Virginia, United States
Death Place George Washington’s Mount Vernon, Mount Vernon, Virginia, United States
Profession Military Officer, Soldier, Statesman and Politician
Nationality American
Religion Anglicanism
Ethnicity English and British Descent
Hometown Westmoreland County, Virginia
Zodiac Sign Pisces
School/High School Lower Church School in the United States

Family, Wife & Relationships

George Washington’s parents were Augustine and Mary Ball Washington. George Washington’s father’s name was Augustine Washington who was a farmer and served as a justice of a country court by profession.

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George Washington’s Father

George Washington’s mother’s name was Mary Ball Washington who was a farmer by profession.

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George Washington’s Mother

He also had nine siblings. His six brother’s named Lawrence Washington, John Augustine Washington, Augustine Washington Jr., Charles Washington, Butler Washington, and Samuel Washington, and three sister’s named Mildred Washington, Jane Washington, and Betty Washington Lewis.

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George Washington’s Brother (Lawrence Washington)
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George Washington’s Brother (John Augustine Washington)
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George Washington’s Brother (Charles Washington)
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George Washington’s Sister (Mildred Washington)
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George Washington’s Sister (Betty Washington Lewis)
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George Washington Family

George Washington’s marital status was married at the time of his death. In the year 1759, he married Martha Washington who is an American book Politician, photographer and Businessperson.

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George Washington with his Wife

They have adopted two children named John and Patsy Parke Custis. Apart from Martha, he also dated Sally Fairfax who is an American Socialite.

Father Name Augustine Washington
Mother Name Mary Ball Washington
Brother Name Lawrence Washington
John Augustine Washington
Augustine Washington Jr.
Charles Washington
Butler Washington
Samuel Washington
Sister Name Mildred Washington
Jane Washington
Betty Washington Lewis
Girlfriend Martha Washington
Sally Fairfax (Ex)
Marital Status Married
Wife Name Martha Washington
Children John (Son)
Patsy Parke Custis (Daughter)

Physical Appearance

George Washington was a young-looking smart and handsome man with a charming and dashing personality. He owned a strong physique with great body measurements and a normal body type.

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He was about 6 feet 2 inches in height and his body weight was around 87 Kg. He had short reddish-brown color hair and also had blistering blue color eyes.

Height (approx) in centimeters: 188 cm
in meters: 1.88 m
in feet inches: 6’ 2”
Weight (approx) in kilograms: 87 kg
in pounds: 191 lbs
Eye Colour Blistering Blue
Hair Colour Reddish-Brown


George Washington started his career as a surveyor who fought in the French and Indian War. His desire to serve in the military was sparked by his half-brother Lawrence’s time as adjutant general of the Virginia militia.

Major General, he was assigned by Lieutenant Governor Robert Dinwiddie to lead one of Virginia’s four military districts. The Ohio Valley was a hotbed of rivalry between the British and French empires. British and French forts on both sides of the Ohio River were being built simultaneously, as were forts on both sides of Lake Erie.

Virginia’s Dinwiddie named him as an emissary in October of that year. He had been despatched by the king to ask the French to leave the area that the British were claiming. In addition, he was tasked with negotiating a peace treaty with the Iroquois Confederacy and gathering further information about the French army.

He Half-King Tanacharison and other Iroquois leaders met with him at Logstown, where he obtained information on the number and position of French forts as well as information on prisoners held by the French.

Tanacharison dubbed him “Conotocaurius” (town destroyer or village devourer) because of this. The Susquehannock had already given the moniker to his great-grandfather, John, in the late seventeenth century.

In November 1753, a French patrol caught his group as they approached the Ohio River. The group was taken to Fort Le Boeuf, where he was greeted warmly. But Saint-Pierre, the French commander, refused to depart once he presented the British demand to him.

In addition to the sealed envelope with his formal response, Saint-Pierre provided him with food and additional cold clothes for his party’s return trip to Virginia. When his report was published in Virginia and London, he achieved some notoriety for completing the dangerous journey in 77 days despite the severe winter circumstances.

Dinwiddie appointed the second-in-command of the 300-man Virginia Regiment in February 1754 and gave him instructions to face off against the French at the Forks of Ohio.

On his way to the Forks in April, he discovered that the French had started construction of Fort Duquesne there with a garrison of 1,000 troops. The French had established up camp seven miles (11 kilometers) distant in May, and he chose to go on the attack after establishing a defensive position at Great Meadows.

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