Helen Woodrow Bones (October 31, 1874 – June 4, 1951) was Woodrow Wilson's first cousin and also, from her childhood, a friend of Wilson's first wife, Ellen. Bones moved to the White House as Ellen Wilson's private secretary after Wilson's 1912 election as US President.
- June 4, 1951 (aged 76), Rome, Georgia, U.S.
- October 31, 1874, Rome, Georgia, U.S.
- Book editor, personal secretary
- Myrtle Hill Cemetery
A group photograph taken at an unidentified horse show in 1913 depicts (left to right) Helen Woodrow Bones, President Woodrow Wilson's first cousin who later served as the official White House hostess after the death of Wilson's wife on August 6, 1914; Dr. Cary T. Grayson, a Navy surgeon and close confidant of the president; and Eleanor Wilson, ...
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Helen Bones tells Jessie Wilson Sayre of her travels to Rome, Georgia for her father’s funeral and her time at Ellen Axson Wilson’s grave.
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