President Thomas Jefferson

M, #10609, b. 13 April 1743, d. 4 July 1826
Father*Peter Jefferson1 b. 1708, d. 1757
Mother*Jane Randolph1 b. 1720, d. 1776
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Names and TItles

Titled: Vice President of the United States (Thomas Jefferson) on 4 March 1797.
Titled: 3rd President of the United States (Thomas Jefferson) on 4 March 1801.
     President Thomas Jefferson was born on 13 April 1743 in Shadwell, Albemarle County, Virginia, to, son of Peter Jefferson and Jane Randolph.1 President Thomas Jefferson was the son of Peter Jefferson and Jane Randolph.1 President Thomas Jefferson married Martha Wayles in January 1772 in The Forest, Charles City County, Virginia.1 President Thomas Jefferson died on 4 July 1826 at Monticello, Charlottesville, Virginia, at age 83.1 He was buried at Monticello, Charlottesville, Virginia.1
     Thomas's father Peter Jefferson died in 1757.1 President Thomas Jefferson became the father of Martha (Patsy) Jefferson on 27 September 1772.1 President Thomas Jefferson became the father of Jane Randolph Jefferson on 3 April 1774.1 Thomas's daughter Jane Randolph Jefferson died in September 1775 at Monticello, Charlottesville, Albemarle County, Virginia.1 Thomas's mother Jane Randolph died in 1776.1 President Thomas Jefferson became the father of ? (unnamed son) Jefferson on 28 May 1777.1 Thomas's son ? (unnamed son) Jefferson died on 14 June 1777 at Monticello, Charlottesville, Albemarle County, Virginia.1 President Thomas Jefferson became the father of Mary (Maria) Jefferson on 1 August 1778.1 President Thomas Jefferson became the father of Lucy Elizabeth Jefferson on 3 November 1780.1 President Thomas Jefferson became the father of Lucy Elizabeth Jefferson on 8 May 1782.1 President Thomas Jefferson became a widower with the death of his wife, Martha Wayles on 6 September 1782 at Monticello, Charlottesville, Albemarle County, Virginia, at age 33.1 Thomas's daughter Lucy Elizabeth Jefferson died circa 13 October 1784 in Eppington, Chesterfield County, Virginia.1 Thomas's daughter was married at wedding of Martha (Patsy) Jefferson and Thomas Mann Randolph on 23 February 1790 in Monticello, Charlottesville, Albemarle County, Virginia.1 President Thomas Jefferson became Vice President of the United States on 4 March 1797 replacing President John Adams. Thomas's daughter was married at wedding of Mary (Maria) Jefferson and John Wayles Eppes on 13 October 1797 at Monticello, Charlottesville, Albemarle County, Virginia.1 Was elected in 1800 by 73 electoral votes versus 73 for Aaron Burr and 65 for his predecessor John Adams. Electors had two votes back then. In 1804 he defeated Charley Pinckney by 162 to 14 electoral votes. Served two terms from 1801 to 1809. During his first term Aaron Burr served as vice-president, during his second George Clinton. Under Jefferson the Louisiana Purchase was made, the biggest land bargain in history; Congress approved it and transfer of ownership from France completed at New Orleans on Dec. 20, 1803.1 President Thomas Jefferson became President of the United States on 4 March 1801 replacing President John Adams. President Thomas Jefferson was replaced as Vice President of the United States by Vice President Aaron Burr on 4 March 1801. Thomas's daughter Lucy Elizabeth Jefferson died on 17 April 1804 at Monticello, Charlottesville, Albemarle County, Virginia.1 President Thomas Jefferson was over Vice President George Clinton as Vice President of the United States on 4 March 1805. President Thomas Jefferson was replaced as President of the United States by President James Madison on 4 March 1809.

Family

Martha Wayles b. 30 October 1748, d. 6 September 1782
Children
Last Edited1 Jan 2004

Citations

  1. [S231] Presidents.GED online http://www3.dcs.hull.ac.uk/public/genealogy/presidents/…, Brian Tompsett (e-mail address), downloaded December 2003.