Wife of James Madison, who was the President of the United States from 1809 to 1817. She was known for being a charismatic, fashionable and witty First Lady of the United States.
She was expelled from the Society of Friends for marrying James Madison, who was not a Quaker.
She also assisted widower Thomas Jefferson by acting as First Lady during his presidency.
She married her second husband, James Madison, in September 1794. She had two children named John Payne Todd and William Temple Todd.
Elizabeth Monroe was the first lady of the United States after Madison.