Person:Mary Todd (35)

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  1. Mary Todd1818 - 1882
  2. John Todd, M.D.
  3. Elizabeth Todd1813 - 1888
  4. Frances Todd1815 - 1899
  5. Ann Marie Todd1824 - 1891
  6. Levi Oldham Todd1817 - 1865
  7. Robert Parker Todd1820 - 1822
  8. George Rogers Clark Todd, M.D.1825 - 1900
m. 4 Nov 1842
  1. Robert Todd Lincoln1843 - 1926
Facts and Events
Name[1] Mary Todd
Married Name _____ Lincoln
Gender Female
Birth[2][4] 13 Dec 1818 Lexington, Fayette, Kentucky, United States
Marriage 4 Nov 1842 Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinoisto President Abraham Lincoln
Death[2][3] 16 Jul 1882 Springfield, Sangamon, Illinois, United States
Burial[3] Oak Ridge Cemetery, Springfield, Sangamon, Illinois, United States
Reference Number? Q215062?

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  1. Brown, John Howard (editor), and Rossiter (editor) Johnson. The Twentieth century biographical dictionary of notable Americans: brief biographies of authors, administrators, clergymen, commanders, editors, engineers, jurists, merchants, officials, philanthropists, scientists, statesmen, and others who are making American history. (Boston, Mass.: The Biographical Society. Reprinted by Gale Research, 1968., 1904)
    6:426-430, 434.

    ... He was married Nov. 4, 1842, to Mary Todd, a native of Lexington, Ky., who was residing in Springfield with her sister, Mrs. Ninian W. Edwards. ...

    ... LINCOLN, Mary Todd, wife of President Lincoln, was born in Lexington, Ky., Dec. 13, 1818; daughter of Robert S. Todd and granddaughter of Levi and Eliza Ann (Porter) Todd. ...

    ... She died of paralysis at the home of Mrs. Edwards, Springfield, Ill., July 16, 1882.

  2. 2.0 2.1 Mary Todd Lincoln, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Grave Recorded, in Find A Grave.

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  4. Historical Marker, in Kentucky Historical Society. Historical Marker Database [1].

    Mary Todd Lincoln
    Marker Number 12
    County Fayette
    Location 511 W. Short St., Lexington
    Description On this site Mary Todd, wife of Abraham Lincoln, was born Dec. 13, 1818, and here spent her childhood.

    Mary Todd Lincoln House
    Marker Number 2261
    County Fayette
    Location 578 W. Main St., Lexington
    Description Built in 1806 as an inn. Became home of politician & businessman Robert S. Todd in 1832. Mary Todd, his daughter, born in Lexington on Dec. 13, 1818, moved to IL in 1839. There, she met & married Abraham Lincoln. They visited here in fall of 1847. The Todds moved away after Mr. Todd died in the 1849 cholera epidemic.

  5.   Family Notes, in Source Needed.

    Mary Todd grew up in comfort in Lexington, Kentucky. At the age of 20, she moved to her sister's in Springfield, where she met Abraham Lincoln. They married when she was 23, and they had four sons while he worked as a lawyer and ran for public office. Only two lived beyond childhood, and only one to adulthood. Mary was generally considered mentally unstable, exacerbated by the deaths of her children and the assassination of her husband in her presence. She was disliked in Washington as First Lady both for her difficult personality and her Southern background.