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  1. Eliza Johnson (née McCardle; October 4, 1810 – January 15, 1876) was the first lady of the United States from 1865 to 1869 as the wife of President Andrew Johnson. She also served as the second lady of the United States March 1865 until April 1865 when her husband was vice president.

  2. Eliza McCardle Johnson (Leesburg, Tennessee, 4 de octubre de 1810 –Greeneville, 15 de enero de 1876) fue la primera dama de los Estados Unidos, la segunda dama de los Estados Unidos, y la mujer de Andrew Johnson, el 17.º presidente de los Estados Unidos.

  3. 25 de abr. de 2024 · Eliza Johnson (born October 4, 1810, Greeneville, Tennessee, U.S.—died January 15, 1876, Greeneville) was an American first lady (1865–69), the wife of Andrew Johnson, 17th president of the United States. Eliza McCardle was the only child of John McCardle, a shoemaker and innkeeper, and Sarah Phillips McCardle.

  4. Eliza McCardle Johnson was the wife of the 17th President, Andrew Johnson. She served as First Lady of the United States from 1865 to 1869. “I knew he’d be acquitted; I knew it,” declared...

  5. Unidentified photographer. Photograph with applied color, c. 1865–76. Courtesy of the Andrew Johnson National Historic Site. Explore More Portraits. The daughter of a shoemaker, Eliza McCardle Johnson was sixteen when she married Andrew Johnson, a tailor.

  6. › topics › first-ladiesEliza Johnson - HISTORY

    2 de dic. de 2009 · Eliza Johnson (1810-76) was an American first lady (1865-69) ... Her father, John McCardle, was a shoe cobbler and innkeeper. After he died in 1826, his widow, Sarah Phillips, ...

  7. Eliza Johnson. Eliza McCardle was born on October 4, 1810. According to the Johnson family bible, Eliza’s birthplace was Greeneville, Tennessee; however, other sources claim she was born elsewhere in the state. 1 Eliza’s father, John McCardle, was a shoemaker of Scottish descent.