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In 1709, probably following the death of Jane Ludwell Parke, John Custis took an inventory of the Parke family home at Queen’s Creek in York County. He recorded seven family pictures. The subjects of these portraits are unknown. It is also unclear what happened to the portraits.
See: “Schedule containing an account of all the estate real and person of Daniel Parke,” ca. 1750 transcription, Thomas Addis Emmet collection, New York Public Library, EM. 6077.