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'''Jack Weeks''' (1723 – unknown) was an [[Africa]]n-[[United States|American]] member of the [[Colonial Rite of the Templar Order|Colonial Rite]] of the [[Templars|Templar Order]]. He, along with [[James Wardrop]] and [[Samuel Smith]], were present at [[Lawrence Washington]]'s garden party in 1752, in which Lawrence requested that his brother [[George Washington|George]] be kept out of the Templar cause. Weeks said they all respected his wishes after Smith and Wardrop said they would take care of the manuscript and box. Lawrence then told them that they could leave.
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'''Jack Weeks''' (1723 – unknown) was an [[Africa]]n-[[United States|American]] member of the [[Colonial Rite of the Templar Order|Colonial Rite]] of the [[Templars|Templar Order]]. He, along with [[James Wardrop]] and [[Samuel Smith]], was present at [[Lawrence Washington]]'s garden party in 1752, in which Lawrence requested that his brother [[George Washington|George]] be kept out of the Templar cause.
   
 
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Jack Weeks (1723 – unknown) was an African-American member of the Colonial Rite of the Templar Order. He, along with James Wardrop and Samuel Smith, was present at Lawrence Washington's garden party in 1752, in which Lawrence requested that his brother George be kept out of the Templar cause.

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