Person:Hannah Hoes (1)

Hannah Hoes
b.8 Mar 1783 New York
d.5 Feb 1819 New York
  1. Hannah Hoes1783 - 1819
m. 21 Feb 1807
  1. Abraham Van Buren1807 - 1873
  2. John Van Buren, Esq.1810 - 1866
Facts and Events
Name Hannah Hoes
Gender Female
Birth[1] 8 Mar 1783 New York
Marriage 21 Feb 1807 Catskill, Greene, New York, United Statesto President Martin Van Buren
Death[1] 5 Feb 1819 New York
Reference Number? Q255310?

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Hannah Van Buren (born Hannah Hoes; March 8, 1783 – February 5, 1819) was the wife of the eighth President of the United States, Martin Van Buren. She died in 1819, before Martin Van Buren became president. He never remarried and was one of the few presidents to be unmarried while in office. During his term, his daughter-in-law, Angelica, performed the role of hostess of the White House and First Lady of the United States.

Martin, aged 24, and Hannah, aged 23, married on February 21, 1807, at the home of the bride's sister in Catskill, New York. They had been childhood sweethearts and were first cousins once removed through his mother.

Hannah died of tuberculosis at age 35, before Martin became president. Their daughter-in-law Angelica Singleton Van Buren served as his first lady.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Hannah Van Buren, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.