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 hudband, future-President 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.