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  1. Ellen Axson Wilson was the first wife of President Woodrow Wilson and First Lady of the United States from 1913 until her death in 1914. “I am naturally the most unambitious of women and life in...

  2. Ellen Louise Axson Wilson ( née Axson; May 15, 1860 – August 6, 1914) was the first wife of President Woodrow Wilson and the mother of their three daughters. Like her husband, she was a Southerner, as well as the daughter of a clergyman. She was born in Savannah, Georgia, but raised in Rome, Georgia.

  3. 21/01/2017 · Ellen Louise Wilson (Woodrow Wilson) 1913-1914. Desde finales del siglo XVIII con la literalmente Primera Dama de EE.UU Martha Custis y su marido, el mítico primer presidente George Washington, ...

  4. 2000 - Inducted into Georgia Women of Achievement Ellen Louise Axson Wilson was born in Savannah, Georgia, in 1860. At age four, her family moved to Madison where her father became pastor of the Madison Presbyterian Church. In 1866 the family moved again, this time to Rome, Georgia, to join it’s First Presbyterian Church.

  5. First Lady Biography: Ellen Wilson. ELLEN LOUISE AXSON WILSON. Born: 15 May, 1860. Savannah, Georgia. Ellen Louise Axson was named after two aunts and born in the home of her paternal grandparents. Father: Samuel Edward Axson, was born 23 December 1836, in Waltourville, Georgia.

  6. 10/10/2021 · Ellen Louis Axson Wilson was the first wife of President Woodrow Wilson. She found time for painting among other social responsibilities as First Lady. Ellen Louise Axson was born in Savannah, Georgia [1] in 1860. She grew up in Rome, Georgia, where her father, the Reverend S.E. Axson, was a Presbyterian minister.

  7. Ellen Louise Axson Wilson (1860 - 1914) was active/lived in New Jersey, District Of Columbia, New York, Georgia. Ellen Wilson is known for Impressionist landscape painting. Ellen Axson Wilson, first wife of Woodrow Wilson, was First Lady of the United States from 1913 until her death the following year.