Person:Lucy Webb (4)

Lucy Ware Webb
d.25 Jun 1889 Fremont, Sandusky, OH
m. 18 Apr 1826
  1. Joseph Thompson Webb1827 - 1880
  2. James Dewees Webb1828 - 1873
  3. Lucy Ware Webb1831 - 1889
m. 30 Dec 1852
  1. Birchard Austin Hayes1853 - 1926
  2. James Webb Cook Hayes1856 - 1934
  3. Rutherford Platt Hayes1858 - 1927
  4. Joseph Hayes1861 - 1863
  5. George Crook Hayes1864 - 1866
  6. Frances Hayes1867 - 1950
  7. Scott Russell Hayes1871 - 1923
  8. Manning Force Hayes1873 - 1874
Facts and Events
Name Lucy Ware Webb
Alt Name "Lemonade Lucy" _____
Gender Female
Birth[3] 28 Aug 1831 Chillicothe, Ross, Ohio, United States
Marriage 30 Dec 1852 Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio, United Statesto President Rutherford Birchard Hayes
Death[3] 25 Jun 1889 Fremont, Sandusky, OH
Reference Number? Q234275?

Daughter of James Webb, a physician, and Maria Cook

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  1.   Symons Genealogy.
  2.   wp:Lucy Webb Hayes, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Ohio History Central.


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Lucy Ware Hayes (née Webb; August 28, 1831 – June 25, 1889) was the wife of President Rutherford B. Hayes and served as first lady of the United States from 1877 to 1881.

Hayes was the first First Lady to have a college degree. She was also a more egalitarian hostess than previous First Ladies. An advocate for African Americans both before and after the American Civil War, Lucy invited the first African-American professional musician to appear at the White House. She was a Past Grand of Lincoln Rebekah Lodge of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, together with her husband.

Historians have christened her "Lemonade Lucy" due to her staunch support of the temperance movement; however, contrary to popular belief, she was never referred to by that nickname while living. It was her husband who banned alcohol from the White House.

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