Ida Stover Eisenhower. Ida Elizabeth Stover Eisenhower (May 1, 1862 – September 11, 1946) was the mother of U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower (1890–1969), university president Milton S. Eisenhower (1899–1985), Edgar N. Eisenhower (1889–1971), and Earl D. Eisenhower (1898–1968).
- Abilene Cemetery (Kansas)
- September 11, 1946 (aged 84), Abilene, Kansas, U.S.
- Ida Elizabeth Stover, May 1, 1862, Mount Sidney, Virginia, U.S.
Dwight D. Eisenhower had black ancestry via his maternal side, Ida Elizabeth Stover Eisenhower; it was used politically against him by his opponents. Ida Link’s mother — Elizabeth Link (Eisenhower’s maternal grandmother) has no known family tree:
David Eisenhower and Ida Stover met at Lane University in Lecompton, Kansas in 1885. After their marriage later that year, David established a retail store in Hope, Kansas. When the business failed, the young couple found themselves deeply in debt. By this time, David and Ida had one son and Ida was expecting another baby. The only work David ...
13. Feb. 2023 · Daughter of Simon P Stover and Elizabeth Ida Juda Stover. Wife of David Jacob Eisenhower. Mother of Arthur Bradford Eisenhower; Edgar Newton Eisenhower; Dwight D. Eisenhower, 34th President of the United States; Roy Jacob Eisenhower; Paul Dawson Eisenhower and 4 others.
- Mount Sidney, Virginia
- Abiline, Dickenson County, Kansas
- May 01, 1862
EISENHOWER Ida Eisenhower, Dwights mother, was an endur- ing influence on her six sons. She was a modest, quiet woman, who set high standards for the boys, but was also loving and cheerful. Born in Virginia in 1862, Ida Stover's earliest memo- ries included the destructive years of the Civil War. Her mother died when she was four and
Ida Elizabeth. Stover. Eisenhower. Birth. 1 May 1862. Mount Sidney, Augusta County, Virginia, USA. Death. 11 Sep 1946 (aged 84) Abilene, Dickinson County, Kansas, USA.
25. Nov. 2015 · On 27 August 2015 a Facebook user shared the above-reproduced image, claiming that the mother of President Dwight D. Eisenhower was an "orphaned mulatto woman named Ida Stover."