LOL!!!! And who was the source for that information? Mack Lee himself. The man who was with Lee at First Manassas AND First Bull Run. The man who cooked dinner for Lee on July 3, 1863 at Seven Pines. The man who served dinner to Thomas Jackson two months after he died. The man who lived on Lee's plantation for 18 years after the war yet somehow managed to start a church in DC 16 years after the war. The man who was simultaneously starting a church in Norfolk and at the same time established the State Benevolent Association of Virginia for colored people in Charolottesville. That Mack Lee. Hardly a impeachable source, wouldn't you say?Nice try KS. R.E. Lee left Mack Lee $360 in his will, equivalent to $6,600 today, so odds are he knew him well. . . . I forget, how much did U.S. Grant leave his ex-slave?