Mary Elizabeth Bliss
Mary Elizabeth Taylor Bliss, born Mary Elizabeth Taylor (April 20, 1824 – July 25, 1909), was the youngest of the five daughters of President Zachary Taylor (1849-1850) and Margaret Mackall Smith Taylor.
In 1848, after her father was elected president, Mary Elizabeth married William Wallace Smith Bliss, an army officer who had served with her father. Taylor appointed William Bliss as Presidential Secretary. At the age of 22, Mary Elizabeth Bliss served as First Lady during her father's presidency, as her mother declined the social role.
Her father, mother and husband all died by 1853. Mary Elizabeth Bliss remarried five years later and had a long life.
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... He appointed William Bliss as his Presidential Secretary ... As his wife declined, Mary Elizabeth Bliss served as First Lady for her father for official White House functions, starting at the age of 22 ... She and William Bliss were excited about their roles in Washington ...
... Frances Mary Beckett, Chief Executive, Church Urban Fund and Chairman, Home Office Advisory Group on the Voluntary and Community Sector ... Griselda Mary Cooper, Consultant Anaesthetist, Birmingham Women's Hospital ... Professor Neva Elizabeth Haites, Vice-Principal and Head of the College of Life Sciences and Medicine, University of Aberdeen ...
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Famous quotes containing the words bliss and/or elizabeth:
“No other sun has lightened up my heaven,
No other star has ever shone for me;
All my lifes bliss from thy dear life was given,
All my lifes bliss is in the grave with thee.”
—Emily Brontë (18181848)
“Then hail! thou noble conquerer!
That, when tyranny oppressed,
Hewed for our fathers from the wild
A land wherein to rest.”
—Mary Elizabeth Hewitt (b. 1818)