Sarah Yorke Jackson
Sarah Yorke Jackson ( * July 1805 in Philadelphia, † August 23, 1887 ) was the daughter of U.S. President Andrew Jackson. From November 26 1834 to March 4, 1837 was regarded as unofficial First Lady of the United States.
Sarah was born into a wealthy family. Her father, Peter Yorke, was a captain and a successful merchant. He died in 1815. Sarah's mother, Mary Haines Yorke died, 1820, leaving Sarah and her two sisters. She grew up with two aunts.
She married Andrew Jackson Jr. on November 24, 1831 in Philadelphia. Jackson Jr. was an adopted son of President Andrew Jackson.
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- First Lady (United States)
- Born in 1805
- Died in 1887
- Andrew Jackson