William Wallace "Willie" Lincoln (December 21, 1850 – February 20, 1862) was the third son of Abraham Lincoln and Mary Todd Lincoln. He died at the age of 11. He was named after Mary's brother-in-law Dr. William Wallace.

William Wallace "Willie" Lincoln (December 21, 1850 – February 20, 1862) was the third son of Abraham Lincoln and Mary Todd Lincoln. He died at the age of 11. He was named after Mary's brother-in-law Dr. William Wallace.

William (Willie) Wallace Lincoln (born 21 December 1850 in Springfield, Illinois died 20 February 20 1862 at the age of 11 in Washington, DC of typhoid fever.

William (Willie) Wallace Lincoln (born 21 December 1850 in Springfield, Illinois died 20 February 20 1862 at the age of 11 in Washington, DC of typhoid fever.

William Wallace Lincoln, 11-year-old son of Abraham and Mary, died at the White House on February 20, 1862. He apparently died of Typhus, contracted by contaminated water. Elizabeth Keckly, the former slave who designed Mrs. Lincoln's beautiful wardrobe, washed and dressed him. When the President gazed at him, he mourned, "My poor boy, he was too good for this earth. God has called him home..."

William Wallace Lincoln, 11-year-old son of Abraham and Mary, died at the White House on February 20, 1862. He apparently died of Typhus, contracted by contaminated water. Elizabeth Keckly, the former slave who designed Mrs. Lincoln's beautiful wardrobe, washed and dressed him. When the President gazed at him, he mourned, "My poor boy, he was too good for this earth. God has called him home..."

William Wallace Lincoln ("Willie") was born on December 21, 1850. He was the third son of Abraham and Mary Todd Lincoln. Willie was named after Dr. William Wallace who had married Frances, one of Mary's sisters. Willie was more like his dad than older brother Robert; he had the same magnetic personality of Abraham Lincoln.

William Wallace Lincoln ("Willie") was born on December 21, 1850. He was the third son of Abraham and Mary Todd Lincoln. Willie was named after Dr. William Wallace who had married Frances, one of Mary's sisters. Willie was more like his dad than older brother Robert; he had the same magnetic personality of Abraham Lincoln.

Mary Todd Lincoln  Birth: 	Dec. 13, 1818  Death: 	Jul. 16, 1882  Presidential First Lady. She was born to pioneer settlers in Kentucky. When Mary Lincoln was seven, her mother died and her father remarried.At 21 she moved to Springfield to live with a sister and that is where she met Abraham  Children:    Robert Todd Lincoln (1843 - 1926)*    Edward Baker Lincoln (1846 - 1850)*    William Wallace Lincoln (1850 - 1862)*    Thomas Lincoln (1853 - 1871)*

Mary Todd Lincoln Birth: Dec. 13, 1818 Death: Jul. 16, 1882 Presidential First Lady. She was born to pioneer settlers in Kentucky. When Mary Lincoln was seven, her mother died and her father remarried.At 21 she moved to Springfield to live with a sister and that is where she met Abraham Children: Robert Todd Lincoln (1843 - 1926)* Edward Baker Lincoln (1846 - 1850)* William Wallace Lincoln (1850 - 1862)* Thomas Lincoln (1853 - 1871)*

The 11-year-old son of Abraham & Mary Lincoln lay ill in a huge carved rosewood bed, fighting  typhoid. At five p.m. on February 20, 1862, William Wallace Lincoln died. Elizabeth Keckly, the former slave who designed Mrs. Lincoln's beautiful wardrobe, washed & dressed him. When the president gazed at him, he mourned, "My poor boy, he was too good for this earth. God has called him home. I know that he is much better off in heaven, but then we loved him so.   . . . .Christopher  Bing…

The 11-year-old son of Abraham & Mary Lincoln lay ill in a huge carved rosewood bed, fighting typhoid. At five p.m. on February 20, 1862, William Wallace Lincoln died. Elizabeth Keckly, the former slave who designed Mrs. Lincoln's beautiful wardrobe, washed & dressed him. When the president gazed at him, he mourned, "My poor boy, he was too good for this earth. God has called him home. I know that he is much better off in heaven, but then we loved him so. . . . .Christopher Bing…

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