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Presidents and Vice Presidents of

Name

Office(s)

Relation

John Adams
(1735-1826)

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2nd U.S. President (1797-1801)
1st U.S. Vice President (1789-1797)
U.S. Ambassador to Great Britain (1785-1788)
U.S. Ambasador to the Netherlands (1782-1788)
Delegate to 1st & 2nd Continental Congresses

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John Quincy Adams
(1767-1848)

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6th U.S. President (1825-1829)
U.S. Representative from Massachusetts
8th U.S. Secretary of State (1817-1825)
U.S. Ambassador
U.S. Senator from Massachusetts (1803-1808)

4C8R

George Herbert Walker Bush
(1924- )

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41st U.S. President (1989-1993)
43rd U.S. Vice President (1981-1989)
11th Director of Central Intelligence (1976-1977)
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations (1971-1973)
U.S. Representative from Texas

9C4R

George Walker Bush
(1946- )

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43rd U.S. President (2001-2009)
46th Governor of Texas (1995-2000)

10C3R

Stephen Grover Cleveland
(1837-1908)

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24th U.S. President (1893-1897)
22nd U.S. President (1885-1889)
28th Governor of New York (1883-1885)

8C5R

Schuyler Colfax
(1823-1885)

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17th U.S. Vice President (1869-1873)
29th Speaker of the House of Representatives (1863-1869)
U.S. Representative from Indiana

6C6R

John Calvin Coolidge
(1872-1933)

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30th U.S. President (1923-1929)
29th U.S. Vice President (1921-1923)
48th Governor of Massachusetts (1919-1921)
53rd Lieut. Gov. of Massachusetts (1916-1919)

7C5R

Charles Gates Dawes
(1865-1951)

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30th U.S. Vice President (1925-1929)
1st Director of the U.S. Office of Management & Budget (1921-1922)
Comptroller of the Currency (1898-1901)

8C4R

Charles Warren Fairbanks
(1852-1918)

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26th U.S. Vice President (1905-1909)
U.S. Senator from Indiana (1897-1905)

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Millard Fillmore
(1800-1874)

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13th U.S. President (1850-1853)
12th U.S. Vice President (1849-1850)

6C6R

Gerald Rudolph Ford
(1913-2006)

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38th U.S. President (1974-1977)
40th U.S. Vice President (1973-1974)
15th U.S. House of Representatives Minority Leader (1965-1973)
U.S. Represenative from Michigan

8C4R

James Abram Garfield
(1831-1881)

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20th U.S. President (1881)
U.S. Representative from Ohio

7C6R

Ulysses Simpson Grant
(1822-1885)

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18th U.S. President (1869-1877)
 

6C7R

Hannibal Hamlin
(1809-1891)

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15th U.S. Vice President (1861-1865)
U.S. Representative from Maine
U.S. Senator from Maine
26th Governor of Maine (1857)

5C6R

Rutherford Birchard Hayes
(1822-1893)

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19th U.S. President (1877-1881)
32nd Governor of Ohio (1876-1877)
29th Governor of Ohio (1868-1872)

6C7R

Garret Augustus Hobart
(1844-1899)

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24th U.S. Vice President (1897-1899)
President of the New Jersey State Senate (1881)
Speaker of the New Jersey General Assembly (1874)

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Richard Mentor Johnson
(1781-1850)

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9th U.S. Vice President (1837-1841)
U.S. Senator from Kentucky (1819-1829)

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Franklin Delano Roosevelt
(1882-1945)

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32nd U.S. President (1933-1945)
44th Governor of New York (1929-1932)
Assistant Secretary of the Navy (1913-1920)
Member of the New York Senate (1911-1913)

7C6R

Theodore Roosevelt, Jr.
(1858-1919)

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26th U.S. President (1901-1909)
25th U.S. Vice President (1901)
33rd Governor of New York (1899-1900)
Assistant Secretary of the Navy (1897-1898)

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William Howard Taft
(1857-1930)

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10th U.S. Chief Justice (1921-1930)
27th U.S. President (1909-1913)
1st Provisional Governor of Cuba (1906)
42nd U.S. Secretary of War (1904-1908)
1st Civil Governor of the Philippines (1901-1903)
5th U.S. Solicitor General (1890-1892)

7C6R

Henry Agard Wallace
(1888-1965)

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33rd U.S. Vice President (1941-1945)
11th U.S. Secretary of Agriculture (1933-1940)
10th U.S. Secretary of Commerce (1945-1946)

9C4R

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Notable Relatives

First Ladies of the United

Name

Noted Facts

Relation

Edith Kermit (Carow) Roosevelt
(1861-1948)

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Second wife of Pres. Theodore Roosevelt and First Lady from 1901-1909.

5C8R

Sen. Hillary Diane (Rodham) Clinton
(1947- )

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U.S. Sentator from New York. Wife of Pres. William Clinton.

10C2R

Anna Eleanor (Roosevelt) Roosevelt
(1884-1962)

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Wife of Pres. Franklin D. Roosevelt. First Lady from 1933-1945.

Half 7C6R

Lucretia (Rudolph) Garfield
(1832-1918)

RUDOLPHLucretia

Wife of Pres. James A. Garfield. First Lady in 1881.

8C7R

Eleanor Rosalynn (Smith) Carter
(1927- )

CARTERRosalynn

Wife of Pres. James E. Carter. First Lady from 1977-1981.

7C4R

Mary Ann (Todd) Lincoln
(1818-1882)

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Wife of Pres. Abraham Lincoln. First Lady from 1861-1865.

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Entertainers & Celebrities

Name

Noted Facts

Relation

Roscoe Conklin "Fatty" Arbuckle
(1887-1933)

ARBUCKLERoscoe

American silent film comedian, director and screenwriter. He was among the most popular actors of his era, but is best remembered for a heavily publized scandal that ended his career.

Half 4C5R

James Gilmore "Jim" Backus
(1913-1989)

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American radio, television and film actor, character actor, and voice actor. Best known as the voice of the animated character Mr. Magoo and for his portrayal of Thurston Howell III on the 1960s sitcom Gilligan's Island.

8C4R

Alexander Rae "Alec" Baldwin
(1958- )

BALDWINAlec

Emmy and Academy Award-nominated, and Golden Globe Award-winning, American actor. The eldest and most famous of the four Baldwin brothers.

12C1R

Daniel Leroy Baldwin
(1960- )

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American actor, producer and director. The second oldest of the four Baldwin brothers.

12C1R

Stephen Andrew Baldwin
(1966- )

BALDWINStephen

American actor. Youngest of the four Baldwin brothers.

12C1R

William "Billy" Baldwin
(1963- )

BALDWINWilliam

American actor. Third-born of the four Baldwin brothers.

12C1H

Lucille Désirée Ball
(1911-1989)

BALLLucille

American comedienne, film, television, stage and radio actress, glamour girl and star of the landmark sitcoms I Love Lucy, The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour, The Lucy Show and Here's Lucy.

9C3R

Humphrey DeForest Bogart
(1899-1957)

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Academy Award-winning American actor and film star.

8C4R

Jeffrey Leon Bridges
(1949- )

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Academy Award-nominated American actor.

9C3R

Jordan Bridges
(1973- )

BRIDGESJordan

American actor.

10C2R

Lloyd Vernet Bridges, Jr.
(1913-1998)

BRIDGESLloyd

American film and television actor.

8C4R

Lloyd Vernet "Beau" Bridges III
(1941- )

BRIDGESBeau

American actor.

9C3R

John William "Johnny" Carson
(1925-2005)

CARSONJohnny

American actor, comedian and writer best known for his iconic status as the host of The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson.

Half 8C4R

Madonna Louise Veronica Ciccone
(1958- )

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Known artistically as Madonna. American Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter, dancer, musician, record producer and Golden Globe-winning actress.

8C3R

Céline Marie Claudette Dion
(1968- )

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Canadian singer, and occasional songwriter and actress.

7C2R

Richard Tiffany Gere
(1949- )

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American actor.

8C4R

Robert Gerard Goulet
(1933-2007)

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Canadian-American singer and actor in theatre, radio, television and film.

7C3R

Margaux Louise Hemingway
(1954-1996)

HEMINGWAYMargaux

American film actress and model. Daughter of author Ernest Hemingway.

10C1R

Mariel Hadley Hemingway
(1961- )

HEMINGWAYMariel

American actress. Daughter of author Ernest Hemingway.

10C1R

Katherine Houghton Hepburn
(1907-2003)

HEPBURNKatharine

Four-time Academy Award-winning American actress of film, television, and stage.

7C5R

Richard Vincent "Dick" Van Patten
(1928- )

VANPATTENDick

American actor.

8C2R

Keanu Charles Reeves
(1964- )

REEVESKeanu

Canadian actor.

7C2R

Lillian Russell
(1860-1922)

RUSSELLLillian

American actress and singer. Born Helen Louise Leonard.

7C5R

Raquel Welch
(1940- )

WELCHRaquel

American actress. Born Jo Raquel Tejada.

12C1R

Robin McLaurin Williams
(1951- )

WILLIAMSRobin

Academy Award-winning American actor and comedian in television, stage, and film.

11C4R

Jane Waddington Wyatt
(1911-2006)

WYATTJane

American actress.

12C3R

Jane Wyman
(1917-2007)

WYMANJane

Academy Award-winning American actress. Wife of Ronald Reagan from 1940-48. Born Sarah Jane Mayfield.

10C3R


Authors, Poets & Artists

Name

Noted Facts

Relation

Brooks Adams
(1848-1927)

American historian and critic of capitalism.

6C6R

Henry Brooks Adams
(1838-1918)

ADAMSHenryBrooks

American historian, occasional academic, journalist, and novelist, best known for his semi-autobiographical, The Education of Henry Adams.

6C6R

Louisa May Alcott
(1832-1888)

ALCOTTLouisaMay

American novelist, best known as the author of Little Women.

6C7R

Ralph Waldo Emerson
(1803-1882)

EMERSONRalphWaldo

American essayist, poet, and leader of the Transcendentalist movement in the early nineteenth century.

4C7R

John Farmer, Jr.
(1798-1838)

American historian and genealogist. Author of A Genealogical Register of the First Settlers of New England (1829) and considered to be the founder of systematic genealogy in America.

4C7R

Robert Lee Frost
(1874-1963)

FROSTRobert

American poet and recipient of four Pulitzer Prizes, among other honors.

7C6R

Nathaniel Hawthorne
(1804-1864)

HAWTHORNENathaniel

American novelist, short story writer, and key figure in the development of American literature.

5C7R

Ernest Miller Hemingway
(1899-1961)

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American novelist, short story writer, and journalist.

8C3R

Laura Elizabeth (Ingalls) Wilder
(1867-1957)

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American author, best known as the author of Little House on the Prairie.

8C5R

Sidney Clopton Lanier
(1842-1881)

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American musician and poet.

4C6R

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
(1807-1882)

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American poet. Best known for The Song of Hiawatha, Paul Revere's Ride, and Engeline.

6C7R

William Sydney "O. Henry" Porter (1862-1910)

PORTERWilliamSydney

American writer who used the pen name "O. Henry".

8C5R

Gabrielle Roy
(1909-1983)

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French Canadian author.

9C3R

Fr. Cyprien Tanguay
(1819-1902)

TANGUAYCyprien

French Canadian priest, historian and genealogist.Author of one of the premier genealogical dictionaries of French Canadian families, Dictionnaire généalogique des Familles Canadiennes depuis la fondation de la colonie jusqu’à nos jours

4C7R

Rose (Wilder) Lane
(1886-1968)

LANERoseWilder

American journalist, travel writer, novelist, and political theorist. Considered a seminal force behind the American Libertarian Party. Daughter of author Laura (Ingalls) Wilder.

9C4R

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