No, that is not precise. Theodore Roosevelt was Eleanor's uncle. He gave his niece's hand to Franklin Delano Roosevelt, America's 32nd President. Franklin D. Roosevelt and Eleanor Roosevelt were wed in the year of March 17, 1905.
Franklin D. Roosevelt married his fifth cousin Eleanor (Anna Eleanor Roosevelt) on March 17, 1905. She was the niece of sitting US President Theodore Roosevelt (also a cousin of FDR through his grandfather).
FDR married his fifth cousin, Anna Eleanor Roosevelt, on March 17, 1905.(she was the niece of Theodore Roosevelt, US president from 1901 to 1909).
Well, why does one usually marry? She loved him and he loved her. In the Victorian Era, a lady and gentleman were not to be left alone unless they were engaged. Eleanor and Franklin got away on a walk alone and he proposed. They kept their engagement secret for a year, as requested by Eleanor's grandmother. And Theodore Roosevelt gave Eleanor Roosevelt (soon to be Roosevelt Roosevelt) away.
Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt married on March 17, 1905.
because he loved her
Yes, Eleanor did marry Franklin D. Roosevelt
theodore roosevelt married to Alice Lee in 1880 theodore roosevelt married to Edith Carow in 1886