Marriage and Family
Rob was married twice. On November 16, 1871, he married Charlotte Haxall (October 23, 1848 - September 22, 1872). During their brief marriage, they had no children together.
On March 8, 1894, in Washington D.C., he married Juliet Carter (6 April 1860 - 17 November 1915), who was 17 years younger than he. They had two daughters, Anne Carter Lee (b. July 21, 1897) and Mary Custis Lee (b. December 23, 1900).
Rob's mother, Mary Anna Randolph Custis, was the only surviving child of George Washington Parke Custis and Mary Lee Fitzhugh. George was the grandson of Martha Dandridge and step-grandson of George Washington.
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