Abraham Lincoln Abraham Lincoln was born on February 12, 1809 in Kentucky. When he was two, the Lincoln’s moved a few miles to another farm on the old Cumberland Trail. A year later, his mother gave birth to another boy, Thomas, but he died a few days later. When Lincoln was seven his family moved to Indiana. In 1818, Lincoln’s mother died from a deadly disease called the “milk-sick.” Then ten years later his sister died and left him with only his father and stepmother.
In the year of 1876, Frost and his family traveled to Lawrence Massachusetts. His sister, Jeanie Florence was born on June 25th. Later that fall, the family returned to San Francisco to find that their father is diagnosed as a consumptive. In 1882 Frost dropped out of school and is home taught. On May 5, 1885 Frost's father dies of tuberculosis.
Family life- Abraham's wife was Mary Todd; she was a Kentucky born girl. They were soon married on November 4, 1842. They had together four kids, Robert, Edward, William, and Thomas. But Edward died shortly before his fourth birthday, William died in the White House of typhoid at only age eleven, and also son Thomas died in 1871 at age eighteen right before adulthood. Being the President- In 1846, Lincoln won election to the U.S. House of Representatives.
His mother, Isabelle Moodie Frost, came into the United State when she was 12 years old. Frost was born a year after his parents had gotten married. After Frost's father had died in 1885, he moved with his family to New England where he attended Lawrence High School. "Frost had published several poems in the school magazine and was named class poet." "He graduated in 1892, sharing valedictorian honors with Elinor White, to whom he became engaged."
After her mother’s death she became the mistress of Henry Carey, which was first Lord Hundson. Even though he was forty five years older than her she was happy with their relationship. When she was twenty three years old Amelia Lanier got pregnant with Carey’s child, Henry Carey Jr. Amelia was married off to Alfonso Lanier. They then had a daughter together name Odillya, but she died when she was ten months old. (poetyfoundat... ... middle of paper ... ...ier looked at women as innocent and loving.
After finishing school, Johnston worked as a farmer and a Stockman. In 1881, Johnston married his first wife Nellie Bynum. A few years later, Johnston was made the Superintendent of Bloomfield Academy. During his marriage, Nellie gave birth to two sons. She ended up dying in 1886, after only five short years of marriage.
After her father entered the sanitarium, it was just her mother and two younger brothers. When Eleanor was at the age of eight years old, her mother passed away. She and her two younger brothers went to live with their grandmother after both of their parents were no longer around. Not long after the children went to live with their grandmother, the older of her two younger brothers passed away. At this time, Eleanor was not even at the age of ten years old yet, and then also soon found out that her father had passed away as well.
Named after her mother, Adaline was their first child and was followed by Francis who died at age 3 in 1835, Then Mary. Maria was born March 3, 1836 but died the first of April. After those heartbreaking years of deaths, Simeon heard of the mormons and became very interested. He named his son Mosiah after the Book of Mormon and it’s people was born on February 19, 1837. The same day, his twin Anariah was born that day but died a few hours after birth.
My dad’s parents then had my Uncle David in 1960, he recently passed away a few months ago from cancer. He was married twice and have two children from his first marriage. He gave birth to a baby girl names Jessica who is 22 years old and a boy names Wyatt who is 20 years old. But recently I found out
After beginning his law career, on April 11, 1799, Clay married Lucretia Hart at the Hart home in Lexington, Kentucky. She was known to be a sister of Captain Nathaniel G. S. Hart, who died in the Massacre of the River Raisin in the War of 1812.Clay and his wife had eleven children, six daughters and five sons. Seven of them died before their parents and by 1835 the six daughter had died of many different types of causes. Both of them were married for almost fifty years. Mr. Henry Clay’s political career had kicked off in the year of 1803 when he was elected to become a part of the Kentucky General Assembly.