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  1. Sarah Knox Davis ( née Taylor; March 6, 1814 – September 15, 1835) was the daughter of the 12th U.S. president Zachary Taylor and part of the notable Lee family. She met future Confederate president Jefferson Davis (1808–1889) when living with her father and family at Fort Crawford during the Black Hawk War in 1832.

  2. 28 de oct. de 2014 · Sarah Knox Taylor (1814-35) was born and raised in the U.S. Army. Called “Knox” by the family (for her birth at Ft. Knox which was then in Indiana), she was the second daughter born to the Taylors. They would have six children, four living to maturity: three daughters and a son.

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  3. Born in the Army base in Fort Knox, Kentucky in 1814, Sarah Taylor was nicknamed “Knox” by her father, Zachary Taylor, the career military man who was elected president in 1848.

  4. Sarah Knox Taylor, the daughter of future president Zachary Taylor and Margaret Mackall Smith Taylor, was born at Fort Knox in Vincennes, Indiana, in either 1813 or 1814 (probably the latter), and was named for her paternal grandmother and for the fort where she was born.

  5. Davis se casó con Sarah Knox Taylor, quien murió de malaria después de tres meses de matrimonio, y también tuvo problemas con brotes recurrentes de la enfermedad. 4 No estuvo sano durante gran parte de su vida.

  6. 5 de jun. de 2011 · Only three months earlier Jefferson Davis and Sarah Knox Taylor had pledged their love for one another “until death do us part.” So soon the bride of the storybook romance was dead, the victim of...

  7. The only thing he clearly cared about was Sarah Knox Taylor, the daughter of Col. Zachary Taylor, his commanding officer at Ft. Crawford, in Michigan Territory. But Taylor did not want his daughter, “Knox,” to marry a soldier, and one can hardly blame him in Davis’s case.