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  1. Sarah Bush Lincoln ( 13 de dezembro de 1788 – 12 de abril de 1869) foi a segunda esposa de Thomas Lincoln e madrasta do Presidente dos Estados Unidos Abraham Lincoln . Família e infância. Sarah Bush nasceu em Elizabethtown, em Kentucky a terceira filha de Hannah Davis (1745–1835) e Christopher Bush (1735–1813), um capitão de patrulha de escravos.

  2. Sarah Bush Lincoln (December 13, 1788 – April 12, 1869) was the second wife of Thomas Lincoln and stepmother of Abraham Lincoln. She was born in Kentucky to Christopher and Hannah Bush. She married her first husband, Daniel Johnston, in 1806, and they had three children.

  3. Quick Facts. Significance: Step-mother of Abraham Lincoln. Place of Birth: Elizabethtown, Kentucky. Date of Birth: December 13, 1788. Date of Death: December 10, 1869. Place of Burial: Coles County, Illinois. Cemetery Name: Shiloh Cemetery. Tags. lincoln boyhood national memorial. abraham lincolns family. Last updated: August 1, 2020.

  4. 24 de jan. de 2024 · Sarah Bush Johnston Lincoln [Stepmother] Abraham Lincoln's stepmother was born in what is today Elizabethtown, Kentucky. Her first husband, Daniel Johnston, whom she married in 1806, appeared on the delinquent tax list for Hardin County in 1806.

  5. 9 de mai. de 2014 · Stepmother Sarah Bush Johnston Arrives. Fourteen months later, Lincoln’s father, Thomas, returned to his former haunt of Elizabethtown, Kentucky, and called on Sarah Bush Johnston.

  6. Sarah Bush Johnston Lincoln (1788–1869) Sarah Bush was “an honest poor widow” when, after the death of Abraham's mother Nancy, Thomas Lincoln traveled to Elizabethtown, Kentucky, in search of a second wife. Sarah brought three sons from her first marriage to live in the log cabin in Indiana.

  7. 10 de jun. de 2013 · Lincoln’s father Thomas then remarried to a widow named Sarah Bush Johnston who had her own children and the families merged together in on a small farm in southern Indiana. That was how Lincoln grew up until the extended clan relocated to Illinois in the early 1830s.