President Warren Gamaliel Harding1

M, #10631, b. 2 November 1865, d. 2 August 1923
Father*George Tyron Harding1 b. 1844, d. 1928
Mother*Phoebe Elizabeth Dickerson1 b. 1843, d. 1910
ReferenceHarding-001
     President Warren Gamaliel Harding was born on 2 November 1865 in Blooming Grove, Ohio.1 He was the son of George Tyron Harding and Phoebe Elizabeth Dickerson.1 President Warren Gamaliel Harding married Florence Mabel Kling on 8 July 1891 in Marion, Ohio.1 President Warren Gamaliel Harding married Nan Britton.1 President Warren Gamaliel Harding died on 2 August 1923 in San Francisco, California, at age 57.1 He was buried in Marion, Ohio.1
     Warren Gamaliel's mother Phoebe Elizabeth Dickerson died in 1910.1 Won the 1920 election - the first in which women participated - over James M. Cox and Eugene V. Debs by a popular vote of 16,143,407 to 9,130,328 and 919,799, and an electoral vote of 404 to 127 and 0. Chose as vice-president his successor Calvin Coolidge.1 President Warren Gamaliel Harding became President of the United States on 4 March 1921 replacing President Woodrow Thomas Wilson. President Warren Gamaliel Harding was over President Calvin John Coolidge as Vice President of the United States on 4 March 1921. President Warren Gamaliel Harding was replaced as President of the United States by President Calvin John Coolidge on 3 August 1923.

Family 1

Florence Mabel Kling b. 15 August 1860, d. 21 November 1924

Family 2

Nan Britton b. 1896
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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 Calvin John Coolidge1

M, #10632, b. 4 July 1872, d. 5 January 1933
Father*John Calvin Coolidge1 b. 21 Mar 1845, d. 18 Mar 1926
Mother*Victoria Josephine Moor1 b. 14 Mar 1846, d. 14 Mar 1885
ReferenceCoolidge-001
     President Calvin John Coolidge was born on 4 July 1872 in Plymouth, Vermont.1 He was the son of John Calvin Coolidge and Victoria Josephine Moor.1 President Calvin John Coolidge married Grace Anna Goodhue on 4 October 1905 in Burlington, Chittenden County, Vermont.1 President Calvin John Coolidge died on 5 January 1933 in Northhampton, Massachusetts, at age 60.1 He was buried in Plymouth, Vermont.1
     Calvin John's mother Victoria Josephine Moor died on 14 March 1885 in Plymouth, Vermont.1 Calvin John's son was married at wedding of John Coolidge and Florence Trumbull on 4 October 1905 in Burlington, Vermont.1 President Calvin John Coolidge became the father of Calvin Coolidge on 13 April 1908.1 President Calvin John Coolidge became Vice President of the United States under President Warren Gamaliel Harding on 4 March 1921 replacing Vice President Thomas R. Marshall. Succeeded to the presidency upon the death of Warren Harding. Was reelected in 1924 over John W. Davis and Robert M. LaFollette by a popular vote of 15,718,211 to 8,385,283 and 4,831,289, and an electoral vot of 382 to 136 and 13. Charles G. Dawes was his vice-president. On August 3, 1923 he was administered the oath of office by his father, a notary public. This historic event took place in the Vermont farmhouse home at 2:00 a.m., by the light of kerosene lamps. Called 'Silent Cal'.1 President Calvin John Coolidge became President of the United States on 3 August 1923 replacing President Warren Gamaliel Harding. Calvin John's son Calvin Coolidge died on 7 July 1924 in Washington, DC.1 President Calvin John Coolidge was over Vice President Charles Gate Dawes as Vice President of the United States on 4 March 1925. Calvin John's father John Calvin Coolidge died on 18 March 1926 in Plymouth, Vermont.1 President Calvin John Coolidge was replaced as President of the United States by President Herbert Clark Hoover on 4 March 1929.

Family

Grace Anna Goodhue b. 3 January 1879, d. 8 July 1957
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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 Herbert Clark Hoover1

M, #10633, b. 10 August 1874, d. 20 October 1964
Father*Jesse Clark Hoover1 b. 1847, d. 1880
Mother*Hulda Randall Minthorn1 b. 1848, d. 1883
ReferenceHoover-001
     President Herbert Clark Hoover was born on 10 August 1874 in West Branch, Iowa.1 He was the son of Jesse Clark Hoover and Hulda Randall Minthorn.1 President Herbert Clark Hoover married Lou Henry on 10 February 1899 in Monterey, California.1 President Herbert Clark Hoover died on 20 October 1964 in New York City, New York, at age 90.1 He was buried at Hoover Cemetery, West Branch, Iowa.1
     Herbert Clark's father Jesse Clark Hoover died in 1880.1 Herbert Clark's mother Hulda Randall Minthorn died in 1883.1 President Herbert Clark Hoover became the father of Herbert Charles Hoover on 28 March 1905.1 Herbert Clark's son was married at wedding of Herbert Charles Hoover and Margaret Eva Watson on 25 June 1925 in Stanford, California.1 Won the 1928 election over Alfred E. Smith by a popular vote of 21,391,993 to 15,016,169 and an electoral vote of 444 to 87, but lost the 1932 election to Fraklin Roosevelt. Charles Curtis served as his vice-president. The first president born west of the Mississippi River. During his term the great depression of 1929 happened, and he was largely blamed for its consequences.1 President Herbert Clark Hoover became President of the United States on 4 March 1929 replacing President Calvin John Coolidge. President Herbert Clark Hoover was over Vice President Charles Curtis as Vice President of the United States on 4 March 1929. President Herbert Clark Hoover was replaced as President of the United States by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt on 4 March 1933. Herbert Clark's son was married at wedding of Allan Henry Hoover and Margaret Coberly on 17 March 1937 in Los Angeles, California.1 President Herbert Clark Hoover became a widower with the death of his wife, Lou Henry on 7 January 1944 in Waldorf Astoria, New York City, New York, at age 69.1

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Lou Henry b. 29 March 1874, d. 7 January 1944
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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 Franklin Delano Roosevelt1

M, #10634, b. 30 January 1882, d. 12 April 1945
Father*James Roosevelt1 b. 1828, d. 1900
Mother*Sara Delano1 b. 1854, d. 1941
Relationship9th cousin 4 times removed of Robert Michael Damon
ReferenceFDR-001
     President Franklin Delano Roosevelt was born on 30 January 1882 in Hyde Park, Dutchess County, New York.1 He was the son of James Roosevelt and Sara Delano.1 President Franklin Delano Roosevelt married Eleanor (Anna) Roosevelt, daughter of Elliott Roosevelt and Anna Rebecca Hall, on 17 March 1905 in New York.1 President Franklin Delano Roosevelt died on 12 April 1945 in Warm Springs, Georgia, at age 63.1 He was buried in Hyde Park, New York.1
     Franklin Delano's father James Roosevelt died in 1900.1 President Franklin Delano Roosevelt became the father of Franklin Delano Roosevelt on 18 March 1909.1 Franklin Delano's son Franklin Delano Roosevelt died on 8 November 1909 in New York City, New York.1 President Franklin Delano Roosevelt became the father of Franklin Delano Roosevelt on 17 August 1914.1 President Franklin Delano Roosevelt became the father of John Aspinwall Roosevelt on 13 March 1916.1 Franklin Delano's daughter was married at wedding of Anna Eleanor Roosevelt and Curtis Bean Dall on 5 June 1926.1 Franklin Delano's son was married at wedding of James Roosevelt and Betsey Cushing on 4 June 1930 in Brookline, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.1 Soundly defeated Herbert Hoover in the 1932 election by a popular vote of 22,809,638 to 15,758,901 and an electoral vote of 472 to 59. Was reelected in 1936 over Alfred Landon by votes of 27,752,869 to 16,674,665 and 523 to 8, again in 1940 over Wendell L. Willkie by votes of 27,307,819 to 22,321,018 and 449 to 82, and yet again in 1944 over Thomas E. Dewey by votes of 25,606,585 to 22,014,745 and 432 to 99; the only president elected 4 times. Since age 39 his legs were paralyzed. Garner, Wallace, and Truman were his vice-presidents.1 Franklin Delano's son was married at wedding of Elliott Roosevelt and Elizabeth Browning Donner on 16 January 1932.1 President Franklin Delano Roosevelt became President of the United States on 4 March 1933 replacing President Herbert Clark Hoover. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt was over Vice President John N. Garner as Vice President of the United States on 4 March 1933. Franklin Delano's son was married at wedding of Elliott Roosevelt and Ruth Josephine Googins on 22 July 1933 in Burlington, Iowa.1 Franklin Delano's daughter was married at wedding of Anna Eleanor Roosevelt and John Boettiger on 18 January 1935 in New York.1 Franklin Delano's son was married at wedding of Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Ethel du Pont on 30 June 1937 in Wilmington, Delaware.1 Franklin Delano's son was married at wedding of John Aspinwall Roosevelt and Anne Lindsay Clark on 18 June 1938 in Nahant, Massachusetts.1 Franklin Delano's mother Sara Delano died in 1941.1 President Franklin Delano Roosevelt was over Vice President Henry A. Wallace as Vice President of the United States on 20 January 1941. Franklin Delano's son was married at wedding of James Roosevelt and Romelle Theresa Schneider on 14 April 1941 in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles County, California.1 Franklin Delano's son was married at wedding of Elliott Roosevelt and Faye Margaret Emerson on 3 December 1944 in Grand Canyon, Colorado.1 President Franklin Delano Roosevelt was over President Harry S Truman as Vice President of the United States on 20 January 1945. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt was replaced as President of the United States by President Harry S Truman on 12 April 1945.

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Eleanor (Anna) Roosevelt b. 12 October 1884, d. 7 November 1962
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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 Harry S Truman

M, #10635, b. 8 May 1884, d. 26 December 1972
Father*John Anderson Truman1 b. 1851, d. 1914
Mother*Martha Ellen Young1 b. 1852, d. 1947
ReferenceTruman-001
     President Harry S Truman was born on 8 May 1884 in Lamar, Missouri.1 He was the son of John Anderson Truman and Martha Ellen Young.1 President Harry S Truman married Elizabeth (Bess) Virginia Wallace on 28 June 1919 in Independence, Missouri.1 President Harry S Truman died on 26 December 1972 in Kansas City, Missouri, at age 88.1 He was buried at Truman Library, Independence, Missouri.1
     Harry S's father John Anderson Truman died in 1914.1 President Harry S Truman became Vice President of the United States under President Franklin Delano Roosevelt on 20 January 1945 replacing Vice President Henry A. Wallace. Succeeded to the presidency upon the sudden death of Franklin D. Roosevelt on April 12, 1945. Was reelected in 1948 over Thomas E. Dewey, Strom Thurmond, and Henry A. Wallace by a popular vote of 24,179,345 to 21,991,291, 1,176,125, and 1,157,326, and an electoral vote of 303 to 189, 39, and 0. Was sometimes called 'Give-'em-hell-Harry'. Coined the phrases 'If you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen.' and 'The buck stops here.' Gave the order to drop the atomic bomb on Hiroshima.1 President Harry S Truman became President of the United States on 12 April 1945 replacing President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Harry S's mother Martha Ellen Young died in 1947.1 President Harry S Truman witnessed the New Tag of Vice President Alben W. Barkley and Vice President of the United States on 20 January 1949. President Harry S Truman was replaced as President of the United States by President Dwight David Eisenhower on 20 January 1953. Harry S's daughter was married at wedding of Margaret (Mary) Truman and Clifton (Elbert) Daniel on 21 April 1956 in Independence, Missouri.1

Family

Elizabeth (Bess) Virginia Wallace b. 13 February 1885, d. 20 October 1982
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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 Dwight David Eisenhower1

M, #10636, b. 14 October 1890, d. 28 March 1969
Father*David Jacob Eisenhower1 b. 1863, d. 1942
Mother*Ida Elizabeth Stover1 b. 1862, d. 1946
ReferenceEisenhower-001
     President Dwight David Eisenhower was born on 14 October 1890 in Denison, Texas.1 He was the son of David Jacob Eisenhower and Ida Elizabeth Stover.1 President Dwight David Eisenhower married Mary (Mamie) Geneva Doud on 1 July 1916 in Denver, Colorado.1 President Dwight David Eisenhower died on 28 March 1969 in Washington, DC, at age 78.1 He was buried in Abilene, Kansas.1
     He became the father of Doud Dwight (Icky) Eisenhower on 24 September 1917.1 Dwight David's son Doud Dwight (Icky) Eisenhower died on 2 January 1921 in Camp Meade, Maryland.1 Dwight David's father David Jacob Eisenhower died in 1942.1 Dwight David's mother Ida Elizabeth Stover died in 1946.1 Dwight David's son was married at wedding of John Sheldon Doud Eisenhower and Barbara Jean Thompson on 10 June 1947 in Fort Monroe, Virginia.1 Defeated Adlai E. Stevenson in the 1952 and 1956 elections. The 1952 popular vote was 33,936,234 to 27,314,992, the electoral vote 442 to 89. The 1956 votes were 35,590,472 to 26,022,752 and 457 to 73 (one democratic elector voted for Walter B. Jones of Alabama). His vice-president was the 37th president, Richard M. Nixon, who lost the close 1960 election to John F. Kennedy. Eisenhower was Supreme Allied Commander to Europe during WW II. Called 'Ike'.1 President Dwight David Eisenhower became President of the United States on 20 January 1953 replacing President Harry S Truman. President Dwight David Eisenhower was over President Richard Milhouse Nixon as Vice President of the United States on 20 January 1953. President Dwight David Eisenhower was replaced as President of the United States by President John Fitzgerald Kennedy on 20 January 1961.

Family

Mary (Mamie) Geneva Doud b. 14 November 1896, d. 31 October 1979
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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 John Fitzgerald Kennedy1

M, #10637, b. 29 May 1917, d. 22 November 1963
Father*Joseph Patrick Kennedy1 b. 6 Sep 1888, d. 18 Nov 1969
Mother*Rose Elizabeth Fitzgerald1 b. 22 Jul 1890
ReferenceKennedy-001
     President John Fitzgerald Kennedy was born on 29 May 1917 in Brookline, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Joseph Patrick Kennedy and Rose Elizabeth Fitzgerald.1 President John Fitzgerald Kennedy married Jacqueline Lee Bouvier on 12 September 1953 in Newport, Rhode Island.1 President John Fitzgerald Kennedy died on 22 November 1963 in Dallas, Dallas County, Texas, at age 46.1 He was buried at Arlington Cementary, Arlington, Arlington County, Virginia.1
     John Fitzgerald's daughter ? (Stillborn) Kennedy died on 23 August 1956.1 President John Fitzgerald Kennedy became the father of ? (Stillborn) Kennedy on 23 August 1956.1 Won the close 1960 election over then vice-president Richard Nixon by a popular vote of 34,226,731 to 34,108,157 and an electoral vote of 303 to 219 (14 democratic electors and one republican elector voted for Virginia Senator Harry F. Byrd). Was succeeded by his vice-president Lyndon B. Johnson. Well remembered is the sentence '... ask not what your country can do for you - ask what you can do for your country' in his inaugural speech.1 President John Fitzgerald Kennedy became President of the United States on 20 January 1961 replacing President Dwight David Eisenhower. President John Fitzgerald Kennedy was over President Lyndon Baines Johnson as Vice President of the United States on 20 January 1961. President John Fitzgerald Kennedy became the father of Patrick Bouvier Kennedy on 7 August 1963.1 John Fitzgerald's son Patrick Bouvier Kennedy died on 9 August 1963 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.1 President John Fitzgerald Kennedy was replaced as President of the United States by President Lyndon Baines Johnson on 22 November 1963.

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Jacqueline Lee Bouvier
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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 Lyndon Baines Johnson1

M, #10638, b. 27 August 1908, d. 22 January 1973
Father*Samuel Ealy Johnson1 b. 1877, d. 1937
Mother*Rebekah Baines1 b. 1881, d. 1958
ReferenceJohnson-001
     President Lyndon Baines Johnson was born on 27 August 1908 near Stonewall, Texas.1 He was the son of Samuel Ealy Johnson and Rebekah Baines.1 President Lyndon Baines Johnson married (Lady_Bird) Claudia Alta Taylor on 17 November 1934 in San Antonio, Texas.1 President Lyndon Baines Johnson died on 22 January 1973 in San Antonio, Texas, at age 64.1 He was buried at the L.B.J. Ranch, Stonewall, Texas.1
     Lyndon Baines's father Samuel Ealy Johnson died in 1937.1 Lyndon Baines's mother Rebekah Baines died in 1958.1 President Lyndon Baines Johnson became Vice President of the United States under President John Fitzgerald Kennedy on 20 January 1961 replacing President Richard Milhouse Nixon. The assassination of president John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963, brought him unexpectedly to the presidency. Took the oath of office in the same plane which carried the body of JFK back to Washington. Was reelected in 1964 over Barry Goldwater by a popular vote of 43,129,566 to 27,178,188 and an electoral vote of 486 to 52. Hubert M. Humphrey was his vice-president.1 President Lyndon Baines Johnson became President of the United States on 22 November 1963 replacing President John Fitzgerald Kennedy. President Lyndon Baines Johnson was over Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey as Vice President of the United States on 20 January 1965. Lyndon Baines's daughter was married at wedding of Lucy (Luci) Baines Johnson and Patrick John Nugent on 6 August 1966 in Immaculate Conc., Washington, DC.1 Lyndon Baines's daughter was married at wedding of Lynda Bird Johnson and Charles Spittall Robb on 9 December 1967 in White House, Washington, DC.1 President Lyndon Baines Johnson was replaced as President of the United States by President Richard Milhouse Nixon on 20 January 1969.
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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 Richard Milhouse Nixon1

M, #10639, b. 13 January 1913, d. 23 April 1994
Father*Francis Anthony Nixon1 b. 3 Dec 1878, d. 4 Sep 1956
Mother*Hannah Milhous1 b. 7 Mar 1885, d. 30 Sep 1967
ReferenceNixon-001
     President Richard Milhouse Nixon was born on 13 January 1913 in Yorba Linda, California.1 He was the son of Francis Anthony Nixon and Hannah Milhous.1 President Richard Milhouse Nixon married Patricia Thelma Ryan on 21 June 1940.1 President Richard Milhouse Nixon died on 23 April 1994 in Yorba Linda, California, at age 81.1 He was buried on 27 April 1994 in Yorba Linda, California.1
     He graduated in 1934 from Whittier College, Whittier, California.1 He graduated in 1937 from Duke Law School.1 He became Vice President of the United States under President Dwight David Eisenhower on 20 January 1953 replacing Vice President Alben W. Barkley. Richard Milhouse's father Francis Anthony Nixon died on 4 September 1956 in La Habra, California.1 President Richard Milhouse Nixon was replaced as Vice President of the United States by President Lyndon Baines Johnson on 20 January 1961. Richard Milhouse's mother Hannah Milhous died on 30 September 1967.1 Was a Congressman, Senator, Vice-President. Was elected over Hubert Humphrey and George C. Wallace in 1968 by a popular vote of 31,785,480 to 31,275,166 and 9,906,473, and an electoral vote of 301 to 191 and 46. Spiro T. Agnew was his vice- president during his first term. Reelected in 1972 over George S. McGovern and John J. Schmitz by votes of 47,170,179 to 29,171,791 and 1,090,673, and 520 to 17 and 0. Now his successor Gerald R. Ford became vice-president.1 Richard Milhouse's daughter was married at wedding of Julie Nixon and Dwight David Eisenhower on 22 December 1968.1 President Richard Milhouse Nixon became President of the United States on 20 January 1969 replacing President Lyndon Baines Johnson. President Richard Milhouse Nixon was over Vice President Spiro T. Agnew as Vice President of the United States on 20 January 1969. President Richard Milhouse Nixon was over President Gerald Rudolph Ford as Vice President of the United States on 20 January 1973. President Richard Milhouse Nixon was replaced as President of the United States by President Gerald Rudolph Ford on 9 August 1974.
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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 Gerald Rudolph Ford1

M, #10640, b. 14 July 1913, d. 26 December 2006
Father*Leslie Lynch King1 b. 1881, d. 1941
Mother*Dorothy Ayer Gardner1 b. 1892, d. 1967
ReferenceFord-001
     President Gerald Rudolph Ford was born on 14 July 1913 in Omaha, Nebraska.1 He was the son of Leslie Lynch King and Dorothy Ayer Gardner.1 President Gerald Rudolph Ford married Elizabeth (Betty) Ann Bloomer on 15 October 1948 in Grand Rapids, Michigan.1 President Gerald Rudolph Ford died on 26 December 2006 at age 93.
     Gerald Rudolph's father Leslie Lynch King died in 1941.1 Gerald Rudolph's mother Dorothy Ayer Gardner died in 1967.1 President Gerald Rudolph Ford became Vice President of the United States under President Richard Milhouse Nixon on 20 January 1973 replacing Vice President Spiro T. Agnew. Became President when Richard Nixon resigned on August 9, 1974 following the Watergate scandal. The only man in the US history who has held the office of president and vice-president without being elected to either office. Was narrowly defeated in the 1976 election by Jimmy Carter.1 President Gerald Rudolph Ford became President of the United States on 9 August 1974 replacing President Richard Milhouse Nixon. President Gerald Rudolph Ford was over Vice President Nelson A. Rockerfeller as Vice President of the United States in 1974.
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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.