|Birth Day||October 1, 1808|
|Birth Place||Arlington, VA|
|Age||211 YEARS OLD|
|Died On||Nov 5, 1873 (age 65)|
After her marriage ended, she became an advocate for eventual emancipation and taught her slaves how to read and write.
Despite being the wife of a Confederate general she actually advocated eventual emancipation of slaves and taught her female slaves to rad and write, something that was rare in the south at that time.
She married Confederate General Robert E. Lee in June 1831.
She was married to Robert E. Lee, one of the main generals for the Confederate side of the Civil War.