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    Nellie Grant. Ellen Wrenshall Grant (July 4, 1855 – August 30, 1922) was the third child and only daughter of U.S. President Ulysses S. Grant and First Lady Julia Grant. At the age of 16, Nellie was sent abroad to England by President Grant, and was received by Queen Victoria.

  2. 9 de jun. de 2023 · As the only daughter of President Ulysses S. Grant and Julia Dent Grant, Americans clamored for information and stories about her grand wedding—and the press delivered. The Daily Graphic, an illustrated New York City newspaper, published the events of the wedding day, the attire of the attendees, items from her trousseau, the ...

  3. When Grant realized he was dying of throat cancer in the winter of 1884, Nellie was still living in England with her children. He was loath to summon her to his side, as that smacked of a maudlin death bed vigil, but he had no choice.

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  4. A la edad de 16 años, Nellie fue enviada al extranjero a Inglaterra por el presidente Grant y fue recibida por la reina Victoria. También fue considerada popularmente por las niñas como una adolescente que crecía en la Casa Blanca y por eso atrajo mucha atención.

  5. 7 de jun. de 2024 · Information About Her Life. Nellie Grant Sartoris Jones. Born July 4, 1855 at Wish Ton Wish near St. Louis, Missouri. Married in a spectacular White House wedding on May 21, 1874 to Algernon Sartoris of England. Ulysses and Julia's Distress Over Her Marriage. Romance of Nellie Grant, from Old and Sold.

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  6. Ellen “Nellie” Wrenshall Grant, only daughter of President Ulysses S. Grant and First Lady Julia Dent Grant, married Algernon Charles Frederick Sartoris, an Eng...

  7. Ellen Wrenshall "Nellie" Grant was the third child and only daughter of Ulysses and Julia Grant. She was married twice and raise four children, three of whom lived to adulthood. Nellie was born on July 4, 1855 at her Grandfather's White Haven estate in St. Louis, Missouri.