George Washington was bornon 22 February 1732 in Westmoreland County, Virginia, United States, American, is First U.S. President. George Washington was the first President and one of the Founding Fathers of the United States. He led the Continental Army to victory in the American Revolutionary War against the Kingdom of Great Britain and saved the nation from the threat of collapse during its most crucial time. Losing his father at the age of eleven, George Washington was raised under the guardianship of his elder half-brother. At fifteen, he started his career as a successful surveyor, a job that made him tough both physically and mentally, enabling him to lead a grueling march to Ohio County to combat the expanding French troop. Later as the American Revolution began, he was appointed Commander-in-Chief of the ill-trained and ill-equipped Continental Army. Leading his troops from the front, he won the war when his forces captured the British troops in Yorktown. Thereafter, he decided to return home to lead the life of a gentleman farmer; but was persuaded to become the first President of the United States. For eight years, he governed the newly emerging country with firmness and prudence, helping to bring in stability and setting precedence. His presidency lay down the foundation of the world’s major power, making him one of the greatest Presidents in the American history.
But to protect it from vandalism, the remains had been placed within a marble sarcophagus on October 7, 1837 and sealed
Eventually, he died at around 10 pm on December 14, 1799 in his home at Mount Vernon
On his return to Mount Vernon in March 1797, Washington continued to work in his estate, trying to undo the damages done during his long absence
Through the Judiciary Act of 1789, he established the Supreme Court, nominating John Jay as the first Chief Justice
Later when John died in 1781, they raised his two youngest children; Eleanor Parke Custis and George Washington Parke Custis
When Patsy died in 1773, distressed Washington cancelled all his business engagements, remaining with Martha for three months
On January 6, 1759, George Washington married Martha Dandridge Custis, a twenty-eight year old wealthy widow with two children