Who was the first First Lady to give birth in the White House?
- Frances Cleveland
Grover Cleveland’s wife was the youngest first lady at age 21, and the only bride of a president to marry and give birth in the White House. Before their marriage, Cleveland’s sister Rose Elizabeth Cleveland served as House hostess of the bachelor president. In 1893, President Grover Cleveland's wife Frances becomes the first first lady to give birth in the White House when the couple's daughter Esther was born. She remains the only child of a president to be born in the White House.
- Alice Roosevelt
- Martha Jefferson
- Mamie Eisenhower