Works about Mary Todd Lincoln

Timeline

Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
1813/07/13 St Paul's Parish, buys a lot for $312.00 from Robert and Anne Todd (Mary Tod Lincoln's parents) for a one-story, brick, Gothic chapel and cemetery. This church was located on 3rd St, east of N Limestone St near the old Episcopal cemetery. Family North Limestone Commercial District Lexington, KY
1818/12/13 Mary Ann Todd is born in Lexington, Kentucky as the fourth of seven children of Robert Smith Todd, a banker, and Elizabeth (Parker) Todd. St Paul's Parish House is the site of the birthplace of Mary Todd Lincoln Born St Paul Catholic Church Lexington, KY
1832/00/00 Todd family residence from 1832 to 1849 Mary Todd Lincoln House Lexington, KY
1842/11/04 Mary Todd marries Abraham Lincoln at the home of Ninian Edwards, Benjamin's brother. Located on S 2nd St, the house was razed in 1917 for the Illinois Secretary of State's office. Couch where Abe and Mary sat during their courtship is at Edwards Place. Bride Edwards Place Springfield Marriage of Mary Todd and Abraham Lincoln
1842/11/04 Mary Todd marries Abraham Lincoln at the home of Ninian Edwards, Benjamin's brother. Located on S 2nd St, the house was razed in 1917 for the Illinois Secretary of State's office. Couch where Abe and Mary sat during their courtship is at Edwards Place. Bride Illinois State Capitol Springfield Marriage of Mary Todd and Abraham Lincoln
1844/00/00 The Lincoln's buy a house, Lincoln home 1844-1861 Lincoln Home National Historic Site Springfield
1850/12/21 In the family home in Springfield, William Wallace Lincoln is born the third child of Mary and Abraham Lincoln. Willie was named for his Uncle William Wallace, who married Mary Todd Lincoln's sister Frances. Mother Lincoln Home National Historic Site Springfield
1861/03/08 The Lincolns host their first levee (reception) at the White House. For more than two hours Abe will shake hands in right good earnest with all comers, at the rate of 25 per minute, or 1500 per hour. "A motley crowd and terrible squeeze," says Ed Bates. US First Lady White House East Room The White House
1861/08/00 At the suggestion of Dr William A. Newell, the Lincoln family physician, Mary Todd Lincoln takes a vacation in Long Branch, New Jersey. Visitor Long Branch New Jersey
1862/02/05 On the evening of February 5th with Wllie seriously ill, probably from typhoid fever, the Lincoln trudges between Wllie's upstairs sickbed and the East Room. Grieving Mother White House East Room The White House Death of William Lincoln
1862/11/00 Mary Todd Lincoln stays at the Parker House while visiting her son Robert, a student at Harvard. Guest Parker House Boston
1864/07/00 Mary Lincoln and her sons Robert and Tad make a summer visit to the Equinox House. Guest Equinox House Manchester
1864/07/12 President Lincoln, Mary Todd and members of his cabinet visit Fort Stevens. As the President observes the fighting from the parapet, he is fired upon by Rebel sharpshooters, becoming the 2nd sitting president to come under enemy fire. Witness Fort Stevens Washington, DC Battle of Fort Stevens
1865/04/14 John Booth shoots President Lincoln with a Derringer pistol Witness and grieving widow Ford's Theatre National Historic Site Washington, DC Assassination of Abraham Lincoln
1865/04/14 John Booth shoots President Lincoln with a Derringer pistol Witness and grieving widow Ford's Theatre National Historic Site Washington, DC End of the American Civil War
1865/04/14 Clara Harris comforts Mary Lincoln. Secretary of War Edward Stanton had banished Mary from her husband's bedside after she began to cry hysterically. Witness and grieving widow Petersen House Washington, DC Assassination of Abraham Lincoln
1875/05/20 Committed to a private asylum, Bellevue Place Batavia Institute Batavia
1875/09/11 Mary Lincoln leaves Bellevue Place. Batavia Institute Batavia
1876/06/15 Mary Todd Lincoln is officially declared sane in a Chicago court.
1882/07/16 Mary Todd Lincoln collapses at the Springfield, Illinois home of her sister, Elizabeth Edward, lapses into a coma and dies. Mrs Lincoln is buried in the Lincoln Tomb inOak Ridge Cemeteryin Springfield. Died Lincoln Tomb Springfield
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