Madison, Dolley

 (1768–1849) Not Dolly. U.S. first lady, wife of James Madison. But note that some commercial products spell the name Dolly Madison.

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  • Madison, Dolley — ▪ American first lady née  Dolley Payne , also called (1790–93)  Dolley Todd , Dolley also spelled  Dolly  born May 20, 1768, Guilford county, North Carolina [U.S.] died July 12, 1849, Washington, D.C., U.S.       American first lady (1809–17),… …   Universalium

  • Madison,Dolley Payne Todd — Madison, Dolley Payne Todd. 1768 1849. First Lady of the United States (1809 1817) as the wife of President James Madison. She earlier served as White House hostess for the widowed Thomas Jefferson. During the British invasion of Washington, D.C …   Universalium

  • Dolley Payne Todd Madison — Dolley Madison Dorothea „Dolley“ Payne Todd Madison (* 20. Mai 1768 in New Garden, Guilford County, North Carolina; † 12. Juli 1849 in Washington D.C.) war die Ehefrau des US Präsidenten James Madison und damit die First Lady der USA von 1809 bis …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Dolley Madison — This article is about a U.S. First Lady (the wife of James Madison). For the article on the baked goods brand, see Dolly Madison. Dolley Madison Dolley Madison, portrait by Gilbert Stuart, ca. 1804 First Lady of the United States …   Wikipedia

  • Dolley Madison — Cet article concerne une première dame des États Unis (la femme de James Madison). Pour la marque de pâtisseries, voir Dolly Madison. Dolley Madison, en 1818. Dorothea « Dolley » Payne Todd Madison …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Madison, James — born March 16, 1751, Port Conway, Va. died June 28, 1836, Montpelier, Va., U.S. Fourth president of the U.S. (1809–17). After graduating from the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University), he served in the Virginia state legislature… …   Universalium

  • Dolley Payne Todd — Dolley Madison  Cet article concerne une première dame des États Unis (la femme de James Madison). Pour la marque de pâtisseries, voir Dolly Madison. Madison en 1818 D …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Dolley Madison — Dorothea „Dolley“ Payne Todd Madison (* 20. Mai 1768 in New Garden, Guilford County, North Carolina; † 12. Juli 1849 in Washington D.C.) war die Ehefrau des US Präsidenten James Madison und damit die First Lady der USA von 1809 bis 1817. Ihr… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Dolley — may refer to: Surname: Denzil Dolley (born 1977), a field hockey player from South Africa Jason Dolley (born 1991), an American actor Joseph Norman Dolley (1860–1940), the bank commissioner of State of Kansas Given name: Dolley Madison… …   Wikipedia

  • Madison — bezeichnet: einen Vornamen, siehe Madison (Vorname) eine Disziplin im Bahnradsport, siehe Zweier Mannschaftsfahren einen Partytanz, siehe Madison (Tanz) ein Piercing in der Drosselgrube, siehe Madison Piercing eine Mehrzweckhalle in New York,… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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