President Abraham Lincoln

M, #10621, b. 12 February 1809, d. 15 April 1865
Father*Thomas Lincoln1 b. 6 Jan 1778, d. 17 Jan 1851
Mother*Nancy Hanks1 b. 5 Feb 1784, d. 5 Oct 1818
ReferenceLincoln-001
     President Abraham Lincoln was born on 12 February 1809 at Sinking Spring, Hodgenville, Hardin Co., Kentucky.1 He was the son of Thomas Lincoln and Nancy Hanks.1 President Abraham Lincoln married Mary Ann Todd on 4 November 1842 in Springfield, Sangammon County, Illinois.1 President Abraham Lincoln died on 15 April 1865 in Washington, DC, at age 56.1 He was buried at Oak Ridge Cemetary, Springfield, Sangammon County, Illinois.1
     Abraham's mother Nancy Hanks died on 5 October 1818 in Gentryville, Indiana.1 President Abraham Lincoln became the father of Robert Todd Lincoln in 1843.1 President Abraham Lincoln became the father of Edward Baker Lincoln in 1846.1 Abraham's son Edward Baker Lincoln died in 1850.1 President Abraham Lincoln became the father of William Wallace Lincoln in 1850.1 Abraham's father Thomas Lincoln died on 17 January 1851 in Farmington, Illinois.1 President Abraham Lincoln became the father of Thomas (Tad) Lincoln in 1853.1 Won the 1860 election over the two democratic candidates Stephen A. Douglas and John C. Breckinridge by a popular vote of 1,865,593 to 1,382,713 and 848,356 and an electoral vote of 180 to 12 and 72. Was reelected in 1864 over George B. McClellan by votes of 2,206,938 to 1,803,787 and 212 to 21. Hannibal Hamlin served as vice-president during his first term 1861-1865, Andrew Johnson during his second term until his assassination by John Wilkes Booth on Good Friday, April 14, 1865 at Ford's Theater. Called 'Honest Abe'.1 President Abraham Lincoln became President of the United States on 4 March 1861 replacing President James Buchanan. President Abraham Lincoln was over Vice President Hannibal Hamlin as Vice President of the United States on 4 March 1861. Abraham's son William Wallace Lincoln died on 19 February 1862 in Washington, DC.1 President Abraham Lincoln was over President Andrew Johnson as Vice President of the United States on 4 March 1865. President Abraham Lincoln was replaced as President of the United States by President Andrew Johnson on 15 April 1865.

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Mary Ann Todd b. 13 December 1818, d. 16 July 1882
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Citations

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

President Andrew Johnson

M, #10622, b. 29 December 1808, d. 31 July 1875
Father*Jacob Johnson1 b. 1778, d. 1812
Mother*Mary (Polly) McDonough1 b. 1783, d. 1856
ReferenceAJohnson-001
     President Andrew Johnson was born on 29 December 1808 in Raleigh, North Carolina.1 He was the son of Jacob Johnson and Mary (Polly) McDonough.1 President Andrew Johnson married Eliza McCardle on 17 May 1827 in Warrensburg, Greene County, Tennessee.1 President Andrew Johnson died on 31 July 1875 in Carter's Station, Tennessee, at age 66.1 He was buried in Greenville, Tennessee.1
     Andrew's father Jacob Johnson died in 1812.1 President Andrew Johnson became the father of Martha Johnson on 25 October 1828.1 President Andrew Johnson became the father of Charles Johnson on 19 February 1830.1 President Andrew Johnson became the father of Mary Johnson on 8 May 1832.1 President Andrew Johnson became the father of Robert Johnson on 22 February 1834.1 Andrew's daughter was married at wedding of Mary Johnson and Daniel Stover on 27 April 1852 in Greeneville, Tennessee.1 President Andrew Johnson became the father of Andrew (Frank) Johnson on 5 August 1852.1 Andrew's daughter was married at wedding of Martha Johnson and David Trotter Patterson on 13 December 1855 in Greeneville, Tennessee.1 Andrew's mother Mary (Polly) McDonough died in 1856.1 Andrew's son Charles Johnson died on 4 April 1863 in Nashville, Tennessee.1 Was never elected; became president upon the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. Was in office 1865-1869. Is the only man in american history to attain all 4 kinds of public office - legislative, judicial, military, and executive - and was both Vice-President and President, yet he had no formal schooling. He was a tailor by trade, and his wife taught him to read and write.1 President Andrew Johnson became Vice President of the United States under President Abraham Lincoln on 4 March 1865 replacing Vice President Hannibal Hamlin. President Andrew Johnson became President of the United States on 15 April 1865 replacing President Abraham Lincoln. President Andrew Johnson was replaced as President of the United States by President Ulysses S. Grant on 4 March 1869. Andrew's daughter was married at wedding of Mary Johnson and William Ramsay Brown on 20 April 1869.1 Andrew's son Robert Johnson died on 22 April 1869 in Greenville, Tennessee.1

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Eliza McCardle b. 4 October 1810, d. 15 January 1876
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Citations

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

President Ulysses S. Grant

M, #10623, b. 27 April 1822, d. 23 July 1885
Father*Jesse Root Grant1 b. 1794, d. 1873
Mother*Hannah Simpson1 b. 1798, d. 1883
ReferenceGrant-001
     President Ulysses S. Grant was born on 27 April 1822 in Point Pleasant, Clermont County, Ohio.1 He was the son of Jesse Root Grant and Hannah Simpson.1 President Ulysses S. Grant married Julia Boggs Dent on 22 August 1848 in St Louis, Missouri.1 President Ulysses S. Grant died on 23 July 1885 in Mount McGregor, New York, at age 63.1 He was buried in Grant's Tomb, Riverside Park, New York.1
      President Ulysses S. Grant was also known as (Hiram) Ulysses Simpson Grant.1 He became the father of Frederick Dent Grant on 30 May 1850.1 President Ulysses S. Grant became the father of Ulysses Simpson Grant on 22 July 1852.1 President Ulysses S. Grant became the father of Ellen (Nellie) Wrenshall Grant on 4 July 1855.1 President Ulysses S. Grant became the father of Jesse Root Grant on 6 February 1858.1 Was elected in 1868 over Horatio Seymour by a popular vote of 3,013,421 to 2,706,829 and an electoral vote of 214 to 80. Won reelection in 1872 by votes of 3,596,745 to 2,843,446 and 286 to 0 over Horace Greeley. Became known in 1862 as 'Unconditional Surrender Grant'. In 1864, Lt. General Grant was given command of the northern army; accepted General Lee's surrender at Appomattox.1 President Ulysses S. Grant became President of the United States on 4 March 1869 replacing President Andrew Johnson. President Ulysses S. Grant was over Vice President Schuyler Colfax as Vice President of the United States on 4 March 1869. Ulysses S.'s father Jesse Root Grant died in 1873.1 President Ulysses S. Grant was over Vice President Henry Wilson as Vice President of the United States on 4 March 1873. Ulysses S.'s daughter was married at wedding of Ellen (Nellie) Wrenshall Grant and Algernon Charles Frederick Sartoris on 21 May 1874 in White House, Washington, DC.1 Ulysses S.'s son was married at wedding of Frederick Dent Grant and Ida Marie Honore on 20 October 1874 in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois.1 President Ulysses S. Grant was replaced as President of the United States by President Rutherford Birchard Hayes on 4 March 1877. Ulysses S.'s son was married at wedding of Jesse Root Grant and Elizabeth Chapman on 30 September 1880 in San Francisco, California.1 Ulysses S.'s son was married at wedding of Ulysses Simpson Grant and (Fannie) Josephine Chaffee on 1 November 1880 in New York.1 Ulysses S.'s mother Hannah Simpson died in 1883.1

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Julia Boggs Dent b. 16 February 1826, d. 14 December 1902
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Citations

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

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
ReferenceGarfield-001
     President James Abram Garfield was born on 19 November 1831 in Orange, Ohio.1 He 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 was titled 20th President of the United States (James Garfield) on 4 March 1881. He 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.

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

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

President Chester Alan Arthur1

M, #10625, b. 5 October 1829, d. 18 November 1886
Father*William Arthur1 b. 1796, d. 1875
Mother*Malvina Stone1 b. 1802, d. 1869
ReferenceArthur-001
     President Chester Alan Arthur was born on 5 October 1829 in Fairfield, Vermont.1 He was the son of William Arthur and Malvina Stone.1 President Chester Alan Arthur married Ellen Lewis Herndon on 25 October 1859 at Calvary Church, New York City, New York.1 President Chester Alan Arthur died on 18 November 1886 in New York City, New York, at age 57.1 He was buried in Albany, New York.1
     He became the father of William Lewis Herndon Arthur on 10 December 1860.1 Chester Alan's son William Lewis Herndon Arthur died on 7 July 1863 in Englewood, New Jersey.1 President Chester Alan Arthur became the father of Chester Alan Arthur on 25 July 1864.1 Chester Alan's mother Malvina Stone died in 1869.1 President Chester Alan Arthur became the father of Ellen (Nell) Herndon Arthur on 21 November 1871.1 Chester Alan's father William Arthur died in 1875.1 President Chester Alan Arthur became a widower with the death of his wife, Ellen Lewis Herndon on 12 January 1880 in New York at age 42.1 President Chester Alan Arthur became Vice President of the United States under President James Abram Garfield on 4 March 1881 replacing Vice President William A. Wheeler. Was never elected; succeeded James A. Garfield after his death following assassination 80 days earlier. His vice-presidents were Thomas F. Bayard, David Davis, and George F. Edmunds, all Presidents per tempore of the Senat. Was not nominated by his party in 1884.1 President Chester Alan Arthur became President of the United States on 20 September 1881 replacing President James Abram Garfield. President Chester Alan Arthur witnessed the New Tag of President Grover Stephen Cleveland and President of the United States on 4 March 1885. President Chester Alan Arthur witnessed the New Tag of Vice President Thomas A. Hendricks and Vice President of the United States on 4 March 1885.

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Ellen Lewis Herndon b. 30 August 1837, d. 12 January 1880
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Citations

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

President Benjamin Harrison

M, #10626, b. 20 August 1833, d. 13 March 1901
Father*John Scott Harrison1 b. 4 Oct 1804, d. 25 May 1878
Mother*Elizabeth Ramsey Irwin1 b. 18 Jul 1810, d. 15 Aug 1850
ReferenceHarrison-001
     President Benjamin Harrison was born on 20 August 1833 in North Bend, Ohio.1 He was the son of John Scott Harrison and Elizabeth Ramsey Irwin.1 President Benjamin Harrison married Caroline Lavinia Scott on 20 October 1853 in Oxford, Ohio.1 President Benjamin Harrison married Mary Scott Dimmick Lord on 6 April 1896 at St. Thomas Church, New York City, New York.1 President Benjamin Harrison died on 13 March 1901 in Indianapolis, Indiana, at age 67.1 He was buried at Crown Hill Cementary, Indianapolis, Indiana.1
     Benjamin's mother Elizabeth Ramsey Irwin died on 15 August 1850 in North Bend, Ohio.1 President Benjamin Harrison became the father of Russell Benjamin Harrison on 12 August 1854.1 President Benjamin Harrison became the father of Mary Scott Harrison on 3 April 1858.1 President Benjamin Harrison became the father of ? (unnamed daughter) Harrison on 13 June 1861.1 Benjamin's daughter ? (unnamed daughter) Harrison died on 13 June 1861.1 Benjamin's father John Scott Harrison died on 25 May 1878 at Point Farm near, North Bend, Ohio.1 Benjamin's son was married at wedding of Russell Benjamin Harrison and Mary Angeline Saunders on 9 January 1884 in Omaha, Nebraska.1 Benjamin's daughter was married at wedding of Mary Scott Harrison and (James) Robert McKee on 5 November 1884 in Indianapolis, Indiana.1 Won the 1888 electoral vote by 233 to 168 for his predecessor and successor Grover Cleveland, even though Cleveland had won the popular vote by 5,537,857 to 5,447,129. Lost the 1892 election to Cleveland. Chose Levi P. Morton to be his vice-president.1 President Benjamin Harrison became President of the United States on 4 March 1889 replacing President Grover Stephen Cleveland. President Benjamin Harrison became a widower with the death of his wife, Caroline Lavinia Scott on 25 October 1892 in White House, Washington, DC, at age 60.1 President Benjamin Harrison was replaced as President of the United States by President Grover Stephen Cleveland on 4 March 1893. President Benjamin Harrison became the father of Elizabeth Harrison on 21 February 1897.1

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Caroline Lavinia Scott b. 1 October 1832, d. 25 October 1892
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Mary Scott Dimmick Lord b. 30 April 1858, d. 5 January 1948
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  1. [S231] Presidents.GED online http://www3.dcs.hull.ac.uk/public/genealogy/presidents/…, Brian Tompsett (e-mail address), downloaded December 2003.

President William McKinley

M, #10627, b. 29 January 1843, d. 14 September 1901
Father*William McKinley1 b. 1807, d. 1892
Mother*Nancy Campbell Allison1 b. 1809, d. 1897
ReferenceMcKinley-001
     President William McKinley was born on 29 January 1843 in Niles, Ohio.1 He was the son of William McKinley and Nancy Campbell Allison.1 President William McKinley married Ida Saxton on 25 January 1871 at 1st Presby Church, Canton, Ohio.1 President William McKinley died on 14 September 1901 in Buffalo, New York, at age 58.1 He was buried in Canton, Ohio.1
     He became the father of Katherine (Katie) McKinley on 25 December 1871.1 President William McKinley became the father of Ida McKinley between 1 April 1872 and 1873.1 William's daughter Ida McKinley died on 22 August 1873 in Canton, Ohio.1 William's daughter Katherine (Katie) McKinley died on 25 June 1876 in Canton, Ohio.1 President William McKinley was over Vice President Levi P. Morton as Vice President of the United States on 4 March 1889. William's father William McKinley died in 1892.1 Won the 1896 and 1900 elections over William J. Bryan by popular votes of 7,102,246 to 6,492,559 and 7,218,491 to 6,356,734 and electoral votes of 271 to 176 and 292 to 155. Shortly after his second inauguration, he was assassi- nated by Czolgosz. During his first term Garret A. Hobart served as his vice- president, during his second his successor Theodor Roosevelt.1 William's mother Nancy Campbell Allison died in 1897.1 President William McKinley became President of the United States on 4 March 1897 replacing President Grover Stephen Cleveland. President William McKinley was over Vice President Garret A. Hobart as Vice President of the United States on 4 March 1897. President William McKinley was over President Theodore Roosevelt as Vice President of the United States on 4 March 1901. President William McKinley was replaced as President of the United States by President Theodore Roosevelt on 14 September 1901.

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Ida Saxton b. 8 June 1847, d. 26 May 1907
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  1. [S231] Presidents.GED online http://www3.dcs.hull.ac.uk/public/genealogy/presidents/…, Brian Tompsett (e-mail address), downloaded December 2003.

President Theodore Roosevelt

M, #10628, b. 27 October 1858, d. 6 January 1919
Father*Theodore Roosevelt1 b. 1831, d. 1878
Mother*Martha Bulloch1 b. 1834, d. 1884
ReferenceRoosevelt-001
     President Theodore Roosevelt was born on 27 October 1858 in New York City, New York.1 He was the son of Theodore Roosevelt and Martha Bulloch.1 President Theodore Roosevelt married Alice Hathaway Lee on 27 October 1880 in Brookline, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.1 President Theodore Roosevelt married Edith Kermit Carow on 2 December 1886 in London, England.1 President Theodore Roosevelt died on 6 January 1919 in Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York, at age 60.1 He was buried at Youngs Memorial Cementary, Oyster Bay, Long Island.1
     Theodore's father Theodore Roosevelt died in 1878.1 Theodore's mother Martha Bulloch died in 1884.1 President Theodore Roosevelt became the father of Alice Lee Roosevelt on 12 February 1884.1 President Theodore Roosevelt became a widower with the death of his wife, Alice Hathaway Lee on 14 February 1884 in New York City, New York, at age 22.1 President Theodore Roosevelt became the father of Theodore Roosevelt on 13 September 1887.1 President Theodore Roosevelt became the father of Kermit Roosevelt on 10 October 1889.1 President Theodore Roosevelt became the father of Ethel Carow Roosevelt on 13 August 1891.1 President Theodore Roosevelt became the father of Archibald Bulloch Roosevelt on 9 April 1894.1 President Theodore Roosevelt became the father of Quentin Roosevelt on 19 November 1897.1 President Theodore Roosevelt became Vice President of the United States under President William McKinley on 4 March 1901 replacing Vice President Garret A. Hobart. President Theodore Roosevelt became President of the United States on 14 September 1901 replacing President William McKinley. Ascended to the presidency through the death of William McKinley. Won the 1904 election over Alton B. Parker by a popular vote of 7,628,461 to 5,084,223 and an electoral vote of 336 to 140. Nickname 'Teddy'; a cartoon of Roosevelt in The Washington Post depicting the tenderhearted President refusing to shoot a bear cub inspiring the 'teddy bear'. Became the first American to receive the Nobel Piece Prize. Made another bid for the high office in 1912, because he was dissatisfied with William Taft's performance.1 President Theodore Roosevelt was over Vice President Charles W. Fairbanks as Vice President of the United States on 4 March 1905. Theodore's daughter was married at wedding of Alice Lee Roosevelt and Nicholas Longworth on 15 February 1906 in White House, Washington, DC.1 President Theodore Roosevelt was replaced as President of the United States by President William Howard Taft on 4 March 1909. Theodore's son was married at wedding of Theodore Roosevelt and Eleanor Butler Alexander on 29 June 1910 in New York.1 Theodore's daughter was married at wedding of Ethel Carow Roosevelt and Richard Derby on 4 April 1913 in Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York.1 Theodore's son was married at wedding of Kermit Roosevelt and Belle Wyatt Willard on 10 June 1914 in Madrid, Spain.1 Theodore's son was married at wedding of Archibald Bulloch Roosevelt and Grace Stackpole Lockwood on 14 April 1917 in Boston, Massachusetts.1

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Alice Hathaway Lee b. 29 July 1861, d. 14 February 1884
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Edith Kermit Carow b. 6 August 1861, d. 30 September 1948
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  1. [S231] Presidents.GED online http://www3.dcs.hull.ac.uk/public/genealogy/presidents/…, Brian Tompsett (e-mail address), downloaded December 2003.

President William Howard Taft1

M, #10629, b. 15 September 1857, d. 8 March 1930
Father*Alphonso Taft1 b. 1810, d. 1891
Mother*Louisa Maria Torrey1 b. 1827, d. 1907
ReferenceTaft-001
     President William Howard Taft was born on 15 September 1857 in Cincinnati, Ohio.1 He was the son of Alphonso Taft and Louisa Maria Torrey.1 President William Howard Taft married Helen (Nellie) Herron on 19 June 1886 in Cincinnati, Ohio.1 President William Howard Taft died on 8 March 1930 in Washington, DC, at age 72.1 He was buried at Arlington Cementary, Arlington County, Virginia.1
     He became the father of Robert Alphonso Taft on 8 September 1889.1 William Howard's father Alphonso Taft died in 1891.1 President William Howard Taft became the father of Helen Herron Taft on 1 August 1891.1 President William Howard Taft became the father of Charles Phelps Taft on 20 September 1897.1 William Howard's mother Louisa Maria Torrey died in 1907.1 Won the Republican Nomination upon Roosevelts recommendation. Won the 1908 election over William J. Bryan by a popular vote of 7,675,320 to 6,412,294 and an electoral vote of 321 to 162. James S. Sherman was his vice-president. Because of his weight of 332 pounds he was nich-named 'Big Bill'.1 President William Howard Taft became President of the United States on 4 March 1909 replacing President Theodore Roosevelt. President William Howard Taft was over Vice President James S. Sherman as Vice President of the United States on 4 March 1909. President William Howard Taft was replaced as President of the United States by President Woodrow Thomas Wilson on 4 March 1913. William Howard's son was married at wedding of Robert Alphonso Taft and Martha Wheaton Wheaton-Bowers on 17 October 1914 in Washington, DC.1 William Howard's son was married at wedding of Charles Phelps Taft and Eleanor Kellogg Chase on 6 October 1917 in Waterbury, Connecticut.1 William Howard's daughter was married at wedding of Helen Herron Taft and Frederick Johnson Manning on 15 July 1920.1 President William Howard Taft was titled Cheif Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States on 30 June 1921.

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Helen (Nellie) Herron b. 2 June 1861, d. 22 May 1943
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  1. [S231] Presidents.GED online http://www3.dcs.hull.ac.uk/public/genealogy/presidents/…, Brian Tompsett (e-mail address), downloaded December 2003.

President Woodrow Thomas Wilson1

M, #10630, b. 28 December 1856, d. 3 February 1924
Father*Joseph Ruggles Wilson1 b. 1822, d. 1903
Mother*Janet (Jessie) Woodrow1 b. 1826, d. 1888
ReferenceWilson-001
     President Woodrow Thomas Wilson was born on 28 December 1856 in Staunton, Virginia.1 He was the son of Joseph Ruggles Wilson and Janet (Jessie) Woodrow.1 President Woodrow Thomas Wilson married Ellen Louise Axson on 24 June 1885 in Savannah, Georgia.1 President Woodrow Thomas Wilson married Edith Bolling on 18 December 1915 in Washington, DC.1 President Woodrow Thomas Wilson died on 3 February 1924 in Washington, DC, at age 67.1 He was buried in Washington Cath., Washington, DC.1
     He became the father of Margaret Woodrow Wilson on 16 April 1886.1 President Woodrow Thomas Wilson became the father of Jessie Woodrow Wilson on 28 August 1887.1 Woodrow Thomas's mother Janet (Jessie) Woodrow died in 1888.1 President Woodrow Thomas Wilson became the father of Eleanor Randolph Wilson on 5 October 1889.1 Woodrow Thomas's father Joseph Ruggles Wilson died in 1903.1 Because the Republikan Party was split Wilson won the 1912 election over both Theodore Roosevelt and William Taft by a popular vote of 6,296,547 to 4,118,571 and 3,486,720, and an electoral vote of 435 to 88 and 8. Won in 1912 reelection over Charles E. Hughes by votes of 9, 127,695 to 8,533,507 and 277 to 254. Thomas R. Marshall served as his vice-president during both terms. Tried to keep the USA out of World War I.1 President Woodrow Thomas Wilson became President of the United States on 4 March 1913 replacing President William Howard Taft. President Woodrow Thomas Wilson was over Vice President Thomas R. Marshall as Vice President of the United States on 4 March 1913. Woodrow Thomas's daughter was married at wedding of Jessie Woodrow Wilson and Francis Bowes Sayre on 25 November 1913 in White House, Washington, DC.1 Woodrow Thomas's daughter was married at wedding of Eleanor Randolph Wilson and William Gibbs McAdoo on 7 May 1914 in White House, Washington, DC.1 President Woodrow Thomas Wilson became a widower with the death of his wife, Ellen Louise Axson on 6 August 1914 in White House, Washington, DC, at age 54.1 President Woodrow Thomas Wilson was replaced as President of the United States by President Warren Gamaliel Harding on 4 March 1921.

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Ellen Louise Axson b. 15 May 1860, d. 6 August 1914
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Edith Bolling b. 18 December 1885, d. 28 December 1961
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  1. [S231] Presidents.GED online http://www3.dcs.hull.ac.uk/public/genealogy/presidents/…, Brian Tompsett (e-mail address), downloaded December 2003.