Paul Emory Washington is generally regarded as "the" heir.
Growing up George Had been known as Carver George. When he started school he went by the name: "George Carver". He later added the W and told his friends it was Washington. That's how he got the name "George Washington Carver"
There's been six king Georges.
There's been about eight different countries who had a king named George I, but I suspect you are wondering about The King of Great Britain. King George I of Great Britain died on June 11, 1727.
There was no King of Engladn in 1770. England, Scotlant and Ireland had been merged into one kingdom by then. In 1770 George III was king of Great Britain and Ireland.
John Adams was made president after George Washington left the presidency, and Adams had been vice president under Washington.
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King George III and George Washington were nothing alike. First of all, they were enemies. King George III was the King of England. George Washington was never a king and he didn't want to become one either. George Washington was the first president of the United States. King George III wasn't and he has never even been to The United States of America anyway. King George III also lived a lot longer than George Wshington.
Given our colonists desire to have freedom of the people and representation with taxation and a government where the people decide who their leaders would be, it is fair to say George Washington would have been immediately dethroned through a grand scale revolt. Even colonists that shared political beliefs with George Washington would find having him as "King" in contrast to everything they had fought for in the revolution.
yes :P George Washington was the most appropriate possible choice, as the first President of the US. Without Washington's efforts, the revolution would have failed and there would not have been a United States, and no one would have been elected President.
George Washington would have been paid about $25,000 for his service as President of the United States. He turned this down and was paid nothing for his service.
In Washington Irving's 'Rip Van Winkle,' the picture of King George III that used to hang in the local tavern, has been replaced by a picture of George Washington. In the twenty years that Rip slept, he had missed the Revolutionary War entirely.
He was a royal and next in line since he was the oldest heir to the king. He would have been a son of the king.
George Washington, been on it since 1932
Belfast was within the British Empire then and the King would have been King George V.
There has been over 3,000 books written on George Washington.