Person:Lucy Payne (8)

m. 1761
  1. Walter Payne1762 - 1785
  2. William Temple Payne1766 - 1794
  3. Dolley Payne1768 - 1849
  4. Lucy Payne1777 - 1846
  5. Mary Payneabt 1781 - 1808
  6. John Coles Payne1782 - 1860
m. 20 MAY 1793
  1. Samuel Walter Washington1797 - 1831
  2. William Temple Washington1800 - 1877
  3. George Washington1806 -
m. 29 Mar 1812
  1. William J Todd
  2. Madisonia Todd
  3. James Madison Todd
Facts and Events
Name[2] Lucy Payne
Married Name[1] Mrs. Lucy Payne Washington
Married Name[1] Mrs. Lucy Payne Washington Todd
Gender Female
Alt Birth[1] abt 1772
Birth? 1777 Coles Hill, Pittsylvania, Virginia, United StatesMap: Latitude: 36.87569 Longitude: -79.30058 Birth of Lucy Payne Coles Hill Virginia USA
Alt Birth? 1777 Cole Hill, Hanover County, Virginia
Marriage 20 MAY 1793 Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USAMap: Latitude: 39.95234 Longitude: -75.16379 Marriage of George Steptoe Washington and Lucy Payne Philadelphia Pennsylvania USA
to George Steptoe Washington
Marriage 29 Mar 1812 Washington, District of Columbia, United StatesFirst White House marriage
to Thomas Todd
Death? 30 Jan 1846 Jefferson, Fairfax (county), Virginia, United StatesMap: Latitude: 38.86456 Longitude: -77.18776 Death of Lucy Payne Jefferson Virginia USA


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Lucy Washington (née Payne) (1772?–1846), one of eight children born to John Payne and Mary Coles, was the sister of Dolley Madison, the wife of American President James Madison. She first married Major George Steptoe Washington, a nephew of American President George Washington. After his death, she married Supreme Court Justice Thomas Todd on March 29, 1812. It was the first documented wedding ceremony in the White House. The couple had three children: William J., Madisonia, and James Madison.

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References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Lucy Washington, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia. (Online: Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.).
  2. Daughters of the American Revolution. Lineage book of the Daughters of the American Revolution. (Washington, District of Columbia: Daughters of the American Revolution, 1891-1939), Vol 1, Pg 1, No 1.