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  1. Anna Tuthill Harrison (née Symmes; July 25, 1775 – February 25, 1864) was the first Lady of the United States in 1841 as the wife of President William Henry Harrison. She served in the role for only one month, as her husband was afflicted with pneumonia and died shortly after his term began.

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  3. Anna Harrison - Wikipedia

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    Anna Tuthill Harrison (née Symmes; July 25, 1775 – February 25, 1864) was the first Lady of the United States in 1841 as the wife of President William Henry Harrison. She served in the role for only one month, as her husband was afflicted with pneumonia and died shortly after his term began.

  4. Anna Harrison - HISTORY

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    Anna Harrison (1775-1864) was an American first lady (1841), the wife of William Henry Harrison, ninth president of the United States, and grandmother of Benjamin Harrison, the 23rd president. She ...

  5. Anna Harrison | American first lady | Britannica

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    Anna Harrison, née Anna Tuthill Symmes, (born July 25, 1775, Morristown, New Jersey, U.S.—died February 25, 1864, North Bend, Ohio), American first lady (March 4–April 4, 1841), the wife of William Henry Harrison, ninth president of the United States, and grandmother of Benjamin Harrison, the 23rd president. The daughter of John Cleves Symmes (a soldier in the American Revolution and a ...

  6. Anna Harrison Biography :: National First Ladies' Library

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    With the War of 1812, Anna Harrison took her children back to North Bend, Ohio where there was less chance of danger. Upon her father's death in 1814, she and her husband inherited Judge Symmes' substantial land holdings - but also his great debts. They enlarged their cabin into a 22-room house.

  7. Anna Tuthill Symmes Harrison | The White House

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    Anna Harrison was too ill to travel when her husband set out from Ohio in 1841 for his inauguration. It was a long trip and a difficult one even by steamboat and railroad, with February weather ...

  8. Anna Harrison - White House Historical Association

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    Anna Harrison. Anna Harrison was too ill to travel when her husband set out from Ohio in 1841 for his inauguration. It was a long trip and a difficult one even by steamboat and railroad, with February weather uncertain at best, and she at age 65 was well acquainted with the rigors of frontier journeys. Anna Symmes was born on July 25, 1775 in ...

  9. Anna Harrison Biography - Childhood, Life Achievements & Timeline

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    Anna Tuthill Symmes Harrison was the wife of the ninth President of the United States, William Henry Harrison. Being married to the president she assumed the First Lady of the United States but this title was only nominal as she never entered the White House during her husband’s one-month term in 1841.

  10. Anna Harrison | History of American Women

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    Anna Harrison, wife of the President William Henry Harrison, was First Lady of the United States during her husband’s one-month term in 1841, though she never entered the White House. She also holds the distinction of being the only First Lady to be wife of one president and grandmother of another: twenty-third president, Benjamin Harrison.

  11. Anna Harrison Biography, Life, Interesting Facts - Famous...

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    Anna Harrison was the first lady of the United States and Wife to PresidentWilliam Henry Ford. She was born on 25 July 1775 in Morristown, New Jersey being also a British American. Her husband was president for one month only from March 4, 1841, to April 4, 1841. Anna was never privileged to set foot in the White House regardless of her being the first lady.

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