Talk:Charles Lee (Attorney General)

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I removed the link to the US Department of Justice website, and several facts taken from there. This Lee never served in the Contintental Congress, although three relatives did. He wasn't even named as a delegate. He was a local judge in Westmoreland County, but I don't know which court. He may have served one or more terms in Virginia's House of Delegates, but I can't prove it by any reference other than the DOJ website which I don't trust. Lou I 11:20, 7 August 2005 (UTC)

_ _ Bravo the good research & this good documentation. Presumably the Dab Charles Lee is relevant in offering Charles Lee (general), but its long What links here invites our efforts: virtually every lk to a Dab is a sign of problems.
_ _ The Dab Lee#People is very sparse, but List of people by name: Lee#Lee as sole surname (tho probably far from complete) suggests to me at a glance Richard Henry Lee, Thomas Sim Lee, and Light Horse Harry Lee. Does that exhaust your list?
_ _ Could a Lee Southern political family article be valuable for future problems like this one?
--Jerzy·t 16:59, 2005 August 9 (UTC)

There is already a list or outline at List of U.S. political families#The Lees. For a full list of the Continental Congress, see List of Continental Congress Delegates. Lou I 23:26, 10 August 2005 (UTC)