She was born in 1542 and a week later her father died. When she was six years old she was shipped to France to marry the Dauphin, Francois Valois. Even though she did this in order to secure a Catholic alliance, she loved Francois, but he was very sickly and died. Mary was distraught after his death for they
James Putnam helped him study and in 1758 he finished his Masters degree at Harvard and became a really good lawyer. John married Abigail Smith on October 25th, 1764, a minister’s daughter. They had four children; Abigail Amelia, John Quincy, Charles, and Thomas Boylston. John Adams was the very first Vice President to exist
Kate Chopin was born named Catherine O’Flaherty in St.Louis on February 8, 1850. Chopin was brought up in a home dominated by women. Her father, a successful Irish businessman died when she was five years old. Her mother was Eliza Faris came from a old French family that lived closely to St.Louis. Chopin spent her childhood in a attic constantly reading new books as well as being told stories about her great-great-grandmother who was a very successful person.
Tahj Morales Mr. Wade Advanced American Economics and Government, Period 2 18th April, 2015 April 13th, 1743; this was the day that Thomas Jefferson was born to his parents, Jane Randolph Jefferson and Peter Jefferson, in Shadwell, Virginia. Thomas Jefferson was born into a fairly wealthy family since his father worked as a cartographer, and his mother, Jane, was part of the upper class Randolph family. Peter Jefferson is recorded as making the first accurate map of Virginia, and he was born in Virginia after his ancestors traveled to there from Great Britain, specifically Wales (Brodie 34). Jane Randolph Jefferson, on the other hand, was born in London, and she did not move to Virginia until 1725, when she was almost four years old.
my life is one of the most documented of the first ladies I am remembered for the many letters i wrote to my husband while he stayed in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. my husband Sometimes sought the advice of Me on many matters. Event 1 I was 19 years old when I got married in 1764, October 25 to John Adams, in Weymouth, Massachusetts,At my family's house. The wedding
Their names were John Wesley, Matilda, Rebecca, Robert, Margaret, and William. They lived in Limestone together. Crockett fell in love with John Canady 's niece Amy Summer, who was unavailable to him due to her engagement to Canady 's son Robert. While serving as part of the wedding party, he met Margaret Elder. When David was 12 years old, his father
But after about seven years she had been crowned king and taken full power as a co-ruler with Thutmose III, with Hatshepsut playing the role as the more dominant king. The most prominent aspect leading to her success consisted of her handpicked and loyal officials, most of whom controlled key exponents of her government (Tyldesley pars. 2-3). Fearing that the people would revolt against her rule, Hatshepsut spoke out and stated that her rise to power had been prophesized some eighty years before. She also told her people that she was a demi-goddess and that she was conceived when the god Amon had impregnated her mother.
Biography: Henry VIII ( Henry Tudor) was born June 28, 1491, Placentia , Greenwich. Henry had been the second Tudor monarch, coming after his father Henry VII, he was later king of England from 21 April 1509 until his death January 28 1547 Palace of Whitehall, London His father was Henry VII and his mother was Elizabeth of york he had 6 wives " Catherine Parr, Catherine Howard, Anne of Cleves, Jane Seymour, Anne Boleyn, and Catherine of Aragon.
Elizabeth was born in Greenwich on the 7th September 1533. The father of Elizabeth was very famous for having 6 wives and remarrying against the
But they started their lives young and their marriage ended pretty quickly as well. My mom on the other hand was notoriously avoiding marriage despite having children. She had my older sister at 24 and never spoke to the guy again. She had me at 27, with a different man than my sister, and never spoke to that guy again either. She had my little sister at 31, only after dating my step-father for some odd months and becoming engaged.
She met the man would become her husband, first Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamilton in February of 1780. They were married on December 14 of that same year. She gave birth to their first child, Philip (named after her father), in 1782. She would go on to have eight children in total. Their marriage was mostly happy.
He dies a few short months later. 1893 Ethel Sherman, the daughter of a Paugussett and a Pequot, is born. She will marry four times and become Rising Star, clan mother of the Golden Hill tribe. 1900 1916 Aurelius H. Piper, the only son of Ethel Sherman, is born.
The First female Pharaoh Did you know that Hatshepsut was the longest reigning pharaoh for two decades that was a girl? I bet you didn’t even know that she had to marry her half brother and her step son. Hatshepsut was born in 1508 and died in 1458 BC. She ruled over egypt for over two decades from 1473 all the way to 1458 BC. Her father was Thutmose I, who had Thutmose II with Mutnofret, who was not Hatshepsut’s mother.
Cheyanne Natt Shadden-Cobb/Stout ELA\Social Studies 8 May 2017 The History of Lucretia Mott Miss Lucretia Mott was born on January 3,1793. Mott was a daughter of a Nantucket sea captain. She was a Quaker.