July 12, 1804: Alexander Hamilton dies from gunshot wounds sustained the day before in his duel with Aaron Burr. "Funeral Line of March for Alexander Hamilton," from the New York Post, July 17, 1804. NYHS Image #76466.
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Augustine Washington (ca.1694 – April 12, 1743) was the father of General and President George Washington. In addition to his work supervising overseers and slave labor as a tobacco planter, Washington was active in the Anglican Church and in local politics. He served at various times as justice of the peace and as county sheriff. A distant cousin, Arledge line.
I too dislike republicans in general, but it's time to remember that you can't let a bias get in the way. Don't hate him for being republican, hate him for being himself