I was just reading up about it, not a pleasant way to go.
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It's ironic that both the Kennedy families and Lincoln families (the two most transformative presidents in history in my opinion) encountered so much tragedy.
:( Didn't know he was so young when his mom died.
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never heard of that sickness....
I agree with Keith. There's definitely some irony there.
Googled the condition. That actually sounds like a miserable way to go.
Oh my, sad when they go so young.
That's so sad :(
It usually happens that people who suffer the worst tragedies try to do their best in life. This is an example.Kisses, Adam:)
Milk sickness? Never heard of it! So much for the "Got Milk" campaign, eh?
I don't know anything about the "Milk Sickness" that plagued Lincoln's family but I've always been suspicious of milk in general. In a year, a human mother's breast milk is designed to grow a baby into a fifteen to twenty pound human but cow milk is designed to put several hundred pounds on a baby cow in one year. Something is wrong here.
milk sickness? never heard of it either...It’s a GIRL Thing
i wonder if that means she was allergic. of course i would automatically think that. or maybe the milk was bad? i'm going to look that up too.
That's sad! On the other hand, I think he got his long face from his mother.
I am not an American, so it is the first time I hear of this fact.Greetings,Filip
I didn't know about his mother. That is sad.