Elizabeth Clementine Dodge Stedman
|Born||Elizabeth Clementine Dodge|
December 10, 1810
New York City
|Died||November 19, 1889 78) (aged|
Summit, New Jersey
|Children||4, including Edmund Clarence Stedman|
Elizabeth Clementine Dodge Stedman (1810–1889) was an American writer. She was the author of Felicita, a Metrical Romance (1855), Poems (1867), and Bianca Cappello, A Tragedy (1873).
She was born Elizabeth Clementine Dodge in New York City on December 10, 1810.  Her father was David Low Dodge, who helped establish the New York Peace Society. Her mother was Sarah Cleveland, the daughter of minister Aaron Cleveland.  Her brother was William E. Dodge, noted abolitionist, Native American rights activist, past president of the National Temperance Society, and founding member of YMCA of the USA.
Elizabeth was a contributor to the Knickerbocker and to Blackwood's . During a 14-year stay in Europe she was a friend of Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Browning. She published Felicita, a Metrical Romance (1855), Poems (1867), and Bianco Capello, A Tragedy (1873), written during her time abroad in Italy. 
She married Edmund Burke Stedman, a merchant from Hartford, Connecticut, in 1830 at age 19.   He died of tuberculosis in December 1835.  They had two sons, the eldest was the poet and critic Edmund Clarence Stedman.
In 1841, she married the U.S. diplomat and politician, William Burnet Kinney.  They remained married until his death in 1880.  They had two children:
Her great-great-grandsons are businesspeople Frederick R. Koch, Charles Koch, David Koch, and Bill Koch.
She died on November 19, 1889 in Summit, New Jersey at the age of 78. 
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