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military ship to be named in honor of a woman and for a vessel named while the person was still alive (see also List of U. Martha freed Washington's slaves just over a year after his death on January 1 1801. 
Charles Willson Peale painted a miniature of Washington—for which he charged his usual “56 Dollars”—and presented it to Martha along with painting other miniatures of Washington.
Martha Dandridge Custis Washington (June 2 1731 – May 22 1802) was the wife of George Washington the first president of the United States. She brought great wealth to her second marriage with Washington which enabled him to buy much land and many slaves to add to his personal estate. She and Washington did not have children but they reared two children of her late husband including son John (Jackie) Custis who died during the Revolutionary War as well as helping both of their extended families.