Mary Lincoln

Mary Lincoln may refer to:

  • Mary Lincoln Crume (1775-1851), daughter of Abraham Lincoln (Captain) and Bathsheba Herring and aunt of American President Abraham Lincoln
  • Mary Todd Lincoln (1818–1882), wife of American President Abraham Lincoln
  • Mary Johnson Bailey Lincoln (1844–1921), American 20th century science teacher that taught in Kansas Missouri
  • Mary Lincoln Beckwith (1898 – 1975), prominent descendant of Abraham Lincoln

Other articles related to "mary lincoln, lincoln, mary":

Funeral And Burial Of Abraham Lincoln - Burial Site Selection - Mary Lincoln's Choice: Oak Ridge Cemetery
... Mary Lincoln however recalled that Lincoln once had said that he wanted a quiet place for his burial at Oak Ridge (said to her on May 24, 1860, when Lincoln, then running for president, and Mary attended ... On April 28 Mary sent a message to Secretary of War Edwin M ... Stanton, in which she stated that her decision was final and that Lincoln's remains must be placed in the Oak Ridge Cemetery ...
Francis Bicknell Carpenter - Portrait of Mary Todd Lincoln
... the New York Times reported the discovery of a new painting of Mary Todd Lincoln ... This painting was reproduced in different biographies and books such as "Mary Lincoln Wife and Widow" by Carl Sandburg, printed in 1932 ... The discoverer, one Ludwig Pflum, aka Lew Bloom, sold it to the Lincoln family for about $2,000 to $3,000 US Dollars and he died about a year later ...
Mary Johnson Bailey Lincoln
... Mary Johnson Bailey Lincoln (July 8, 1844 – December 2, 1921) was an influential Boston cooking teacher and cookbook author ... Lincoln as her professional name during her husband's lifetime and in her published works after his death, she used Mary J ... Lincoln ...

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    No one is more deeply than myself aware that without His favor our highest wisdom is but as foolishness and that our most strenuous efforts would avail nothing in the shadow of His displeasure.
    —Abraham Lincoln (1809–1865)

    Remember, a woman has to work harder than a man and have more patience in order to achieve success.
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