Find the obituary of Nancy Lincoln Howard (1941 - 2019) from Randolph, NY. Nancy Lincoln Historical records and family trees related to Nancy Lincoln.

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At the time, of course, no one knew what an interest everyone would take in every detail of Abraham Lincoln's early life.

The ancestry of Abraham Lincoln has been a source of intrigue and dispute ever since Lincoln's death.

Lincoln, his children, Sophie Hanks, and Dennis Hanks lived alone for six months when he went back to Kentucky …

Before you begin to search, it is helpful to have the name of the person for whom you are searching, the approximate date of death and where in the UK that person died. Nancy Hanks Lincoln (February 5, 1784 – October 5, 1818) is best known as the mother of United States President Abraham Lincoln. Nancy Hanks Lincoln "My mother, who died in my infancy, was of a family of the name of Hanks." Records may include photos, original documents, family history, relatives, specific dates, locations and full names. Finding the death record of someone who died in the UK can be relatively straight forward or it can be challenging.

The daughter of Lucy Hanks and an unknown father, Nancy was born in Virginia, probably in 1783 or 1784.

UK Death Records Search Procedure. When Nancy and Thomas had been married for just over 10 years, the family moved from Kentucky to Perry County, Indiana in 1816.

Nancy Hanks Lincoln (February 5, 1784 – October 5, 1818) is best known as the mother of United States President Abraham Lincoln.Her marriage to Thomas Lincoln also produced a daughter, Sarah Lincoln.When Nancy and Thomas had been married for just over 10 years, the family moved from Kentucky to Spencer County, Indiana.Nancy Lincoln died from milk sickness at the Little Pigeon …

Nancy Lincoln, Abraham Lincoln's mother, died of milk sickness in 1818, when Abraham was 9 years old. Nancy Hanks Lincoln, 1783 or 1784-1818 Little is known about the birth or early life of Nancy Hanks Lincoln, the mother of Abraham Lincoln. In October 1818, Nancy Hanks Lincoln contracted milk sickness by drinking milk of a cow that had eaten the white snakeroot plant. Nancy Lincoln, along with her aunt and uncle, Elizabeth and Thomas Sparrow, are assumed to be among the many victims of milk sickness at Little Pigeon Creek Settlement in Indiana. There was no cure for the poison and on October 5, 1818, Nancy died. Her marriage to Thomas Lincoln also produced a daughter, Sarah Lincoln.