1 of 5 Full Screen Autoplay Close Skip Ad × The first royal baby born in America, according to Smithsonian, is a girl (with no father) View Photos The first baby born at the Smithsonian was a girl named Lizzie, who died on Feb. 4, 1825, in Boston.
But in the United States, the first baby with no father was a boy named John Smith.
In 1827, a year before the first queen, Martha Washington, was born, Washington became the first woman to have a baby with a full, healthy, and fertile father.
But a year later, the U.S. Congress passed the Female Suffrage Act, which made it illegal for a woman to marry a man who could not give birth to a child.
By 1828, the law was extended to include the lives of all women.
It took more than 100 years to pass the 1828 law, but in 1892 the first female baby born outside of marriage was born.
In 1893, the last year that the 1829 law was in effect, there were 688 births to women without a full-term male partner.
It is estimated that there were about 2,000 births to unmarried women without fathers between 1826 and 1893.
But that number has dwindled.
Today, there are about 1,600 births to non-married women without male partners.
As for the oldest woman in the world, that would be Queen Victoria.
Victoria was born on July 22, 1884, and her husband was King George VI.
He died on May 11, 1926.
The oldest person to have given birth to twins is Queen Eliza, who gave birth to her second child, Charlotte, on Oct. 23, 1962, and is the longest-lived woman in history.
Victoria died in December 2016.
Here’s what you need to know about the oldest person ever to have born a child with a male partner, according the Guinness Book of World Records: The oldest woman to give birth in a hospital in the U,S.
was Queen Elizabeth I, who was born in 1809.
Queen Victoria died on December 16, 1920.
She was 90.
Victoria’s daughter, Queen Alexandra, died on Dec. 11, 1927.
Her son, Prince George, was only 16 when he was born and died of a heart attack at the age of 18.
Victoria is the oldest living person in the Guinness book of records to have lived for more than 30 years, at 78.
Victoria, Queen Victoria and Prince George lived in the Royal Albert Hall in London.