President James Abram Garfield1

M, #10624, b. 19 November 1831, d. 19 September 1881
Father*Abraham (Abram) Garfield1 b. 1799, d. 1833
Mother*Eliza Ballou1 b. 1801, d. 1888
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Names and TItles

Titled: 20th President of the United States (James Garfield) on 4 March 1881.
     President James Abram Garfield was born on 19 November 1831 in Orange, Ohio, to, son of Abraham (Abram) Garfield and Eliza Ballou.1 President James Abram Garfield was the son of Abraham (Abram) Garfield and Eliza Ballou.1 President James Abram Garfield married Lucretia Rudolph on 11 November 1858 in Hiram, Portage County, Ohio.1 President James Abram Garfield died on 19 September 1881 in Elberon, New Jersey, at age 49.1 He was buried at Lakeview Cementary, Cleveland, Ohio.1
     James Abram's father Abraham (Abram) Garfield died in 1833.1 President James Abram Garfield became the father of Eliza Arabella Garfield on 3 July 1860.1 President James Abram Garfield became the father of Harry Augustus Garfield on 11 October 1863.1 James Abram's daughter Eliza Arabella Garfield died on 3 December 1863 in Hiram, Ohio.1 President James Abram Garfield became the father of James Rudolf Garfield on 17 October 1865.1 President James Abram Garfield became the father of Mary Garfield on 16 January 1867.1 President James Abram Garfield became the father of Irvin McDowell Garfield on 3 August 1870.1 President James Abram Garfield became the father of Abram Garfield on 21 November 1872.1 President James Abram Garfield became the father of Edward Garfield on 25 December 1874.1 James Abram's son Edward Garfield died on 25 October 1876 in Washington, DC.1 Won the 1880 election over Winfield S. Hancock by a popular vote of 4,453,295 to 4,414,082 and an electoral vote of 214 to 155. Chester A. Arthur became his vice-president and successor upon his murder. Was the last president to have been born in a log cabin, the fourth president to die in office, and the second to be assassinated (by Guiteau).1 President James Abram Garfield became President of the United States on 4 March 1881 replacing President Rutherford Birchard Hayes. President James Abram Garfield was over President Chester Alan Arthur as Vice President of the United States on 4 March 1881. President James Abram Garfield was replaced as President of the United States by President Chester Alan Arthur on 20 September 1881.

Family

Lucretia Rudolph b. 19 April 1832, d. 4 March 1918
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.