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  • Judy Fulda

    America's First Ladies: Martha Jefferson: The wife of the 3rd President Thomas Jefferson. She died several months after the birth of her last child (she had seven) at the age of 33

  • Eileen Zhang

    Thomas Jefferson's wife, they got married when she is almost 23 years old .And she is the only wife in Thomas Jefferson's life.

  • Lizzie Johnson

    Martha Wayles Skelton Jefferson

  • Lynette Nighswander

    Martha Jefferson: The wife of Thomas Jefferson died several months after the birth of her last child (she had seven) at the age of 33, 19 years before he became president

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