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M. Lincoln FL

Mary Lincoln, 13th First Lady of the United States








13th First Lady of the United States
Term March 4, 1861 - April 15, 1865  (42-46)
Predecessor Jane Pierce
Successor Eliza Johnson




Full Name Mary Ann Todd Lincoln
Birth

December 13, 1818

Lexington, Kentucky

Father Robert Smith Todd  (1791-1849)
Mother Elizabeth Ann Parker Todd  (1795-1826)
Brothers

Levi Oldham Todd  (1816-1864)

Robert Parker Todd  (1820-1822)

George Rogers Clark Todd  (1825-1900)

Robert Smith Todd  (1827-1827, Paternal Half-Brother)

Samuel Briggs Todd  (1830-1862, Paternal Half-Brother)

David Humphreys Todd  (1832-1871, Paternal Half-Brother)

Alexander Humphreys Todd  (1839-1862, Paternal Half-Brother)

Sisters

Elizabeth Todd Edwards  (1813-1888)

Frances Todd Wallace  (1815-1899)

Ann Todd Smith  (1821-1891)

Margaret Todd Dillon  (1822-1874)

Louisa Todd  (1826-1826)

Margaret Todd Kellogg  (1828-1904, Paternal Half-Sister)

Anne Maria Todd  (1831-1831, Paternal Half-Sister)

Martha Todd White  (1833-1868, Paternal Half-Sister)

Emilie Todd Helm  (1836-1930, Paternal Half-Sister)

Elodie Todd Dawson  (1840-1877, Paternal Half-Sister)

Katherine Todd Herr  (1841-1875, Paternal Half-Sister)

Death

July 16, 1882

Springfield, Illinois

(63 years)




Marriages
Abraham Lincoln  (1809-1865)

Married November 4, 1842

Widowed April 15, 1865

(22 years)




Children

Robert Todd Lincoln

(m.1868 Mary Harlan)

(1 son, 2 daughters)

Born August 1, 1843

Died July 26, 1826

(82 years)

Edward Baker Lincoln

Born March 10, 1846

Died February 1, 1850

(3 years)

William Wallace Lincoln

Born December 21, 1850

Died February 20, 1862

(11 years)

Thomas Lincoln

Born April 4, 1853

Died July 15, 1871

(18 years)

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