Wedding No. 7 - actress Elizabeth Taylor and politician John Warner married in 1976 (divorced in1982)

Ideas & Advice

Wedding No. 7 - actress Elizabeth Taylor and politician John Warner married in 1976 (divorced in1982)

Elizabeth Taylor; this is a picture of her and United States Senator John Warner while they were married

Elizabeth Taylor; this is a picture of her and United States Senator John Warner while they were married

Husband No. 7: John Warner After a year and a half apart, Richard and Liz took a second shot at love. They tied the knot again—she wore flowers in her hair, again—in October of 1975, and were divorced again the following July.

Husband No. 7: John Warner After a year and a half apart, Richard and Liz took a second shot at love. They tied the knot again—she wore flowers in her hair, again—in October of 1975, and were divorced again the following July.

USS John Warner (SSN-785) navy's new $2B submarine commissioned, August 1, 2015.

USS John Warner (SSN-785) navy's new $2B submarine commissioned, August 1, 2015.

Elizabeth Taylor, 44, and John Warner, 50, prior to their marriage, December 1978.

Elizabeth Taylor: His Little Heifer – Pooters

Elizabeth Taylor, 44, and John Warner, 50, prior to their marriage, December 1978.

Elizabeth Taylor, age 44, the year she married John Warner. April 1976. Photo: Henry Wynberg

Elizabeth Taylor: Born to the Purple

Elizabeth Taylor, age 44, the year she married John Warner. April 1976. Photo: Henry Wynberg

May 5, 1864: With the Federal offensive to capture Shreveport, LA ending in disaster, some Confederate artillery units formed ship hunting teams, targeting the now vulnerable and unsupported Federal warships on the Red River. On this day, two tinclad gunboats, USS Covington (pictured) and USS Signal, were escorting the troop transport USS John Warner when they were ambushed at Dunn's Bayou. All three ships were destroyed and nearly 300 soldiers and sailors were killed, wounded, or captured.

May 5, 1864: With the Federal offensive to capture Shreveport, LA ending in disaster, some Confederate artillery units formed ship hunting teams, targeting the now vulnerable and unsupported Federal warships on the Red River. On this day, two tinclad gunboats, USS Covington (pictured) and USS Signal, were escorting the troop transport USS John Warner when they were ambushed at Dunn's Bayou. All three ships were destroyed and nearly 300 soldiers and sailors were killed, wounded, or captured.

Pinterest
Search