|Birth Day||July 15, 1822|
|Age||197 YEARS OLD|
|Died On||Jan 30, 1847 (age 24)|
Maryland-born woman most famous for being the wife of acclaimed author
She married Poe in May 1836, when she was thirteen years old.
Her illness and death is thought to be inspiration for many of her husband's most celebrated works, including the poems "Ulalume" and "Lenore."
She had siblings named Henry and Virginia.
Her death so devastated her husband, Edgar Allan Poe, that he turned to alcohol and struggled with alcoholism for the remainder of his life.