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A jackson

Andrew Jackson, 7th President of the United States





TermEdit

7th President of the United States
Democratic
March 4, 1829 - March 4, 1837  (61-69)
Preceded by John Quincy Adams
Succeeded by Martin Van Buren


DataEdit

Full Name Andrew Jackson
Born March 15, 1767
Birthplace Waxhaws, South Carolina
Died June 8, 1845  (78 years)
Deathplace Nashville, Tennessee


ParentsEdit

Andrew Jackson
Born 1730
Father: Joseph Jackson  (1686-1765) (79 years)
Mother: Elizabeth Vance  (1695-1765) (70 years)
Married: 1760-67  (7 years, died)
Died March 1, 1767  (36-37 years)


Elizabeth Hutchinson
Born 1730
Father: Cyrus Hutchinson  (1690-1748) (58 years)
Mother: Margaret Lisle  (1690-1770) (80 years)
Children: 3
Died November 2, 1781  (50-51 years)


SiblingsEdit

1. Hugh Jackson  (1762-79) (17 years)
2. Robert Jackson  (1765-80) (15 years)


MarriagesEdit

1. Rachel Donelson Robards
Born June 15, 1767
Father: John Donelson  (1718-85) (67 years)
Mother: Rachel Stockley  (1730-1801) (71 years)
1st Marriage: 1785-94  (9 years, divorced)  Lewis Robards  (1758-1814)
2nd Marriage: January 18, 1794 - December 22, 1828  (34 years, widowed)
Died December 22, 1828  (61 years)


ChildrenEdit

1. Andrew Jackson Jr.
Born December 4, 1808
Wife: Sarah Yorke  (1803-87) (84 years)
Married: November 24, 1831 - April 27, 1865  (33 years, died)
Children: Rachel, Andrew, Samuel, Thomas, Robert
Died April 27, 1865  (56 years)


OccupationEdit

U.S. Senator from Tennessee  (1823-25, 1797-98)

Military Governor of Florida  (1821)

U.S. Representative from Tennessee's at-large district  (1796-97)

Farmer

Lawyer


Military ServiceEdit

Major General in the United States Army  (1814)

Major General in the United States Volunteers  (1812)

Major General in the Tennessee State Militia  (1802)


Presidential Election of 1828Edit

General Election
Nominee State Political Party Popular Votes Electoral Votes

Andrew Jackson

John C. Calhoun

TN

SC

Democratic 642, 553 (56%) 178

John Quincy Adams

(Incumbent)

Richard Rush

MA

PA

National Republican 500, 897 (43.6%) 83



Presidential Election of 1832Edit

Democratic Presidential Primary
Nominee State Votes

Andrew Jackson

(Incumbent)

TN 283


Democratic Vice Presidential Primary
Nominee State Votes
Martin Van Buren NY 208
Philip Pendleton Barbour VA 49
Richard M. Johnson KY 26


National Republican Presidential Primary
Nominee State Votes
Henry Clay KY 167


National Republican Vice Presidential Primary
Nominee State Votes
John Sergeant PA 64


Anti-Masonic Presidential Primary
Nominee State Votes
William Wirt VA 108
Richard Rush PA 1


Anti-Masonic Vice Presidential Primary
Nominee State Votes
Amos Ellmaker PA 108
John Canfield Spencer NY 1


General Election
Nominee State Political Party Popular Votes Electoral Votes

Andrew Jackson

(Incumbent)

Martin Van Buren

TN

NY

Democratic 701, 780 (54.2%) 219

Henry Clay

John Sergeant

KY

PA

National Republican 484, 205 (37.4%) 49

William Wirt

Amos Ellmaker

VA

PA

Anti-Masonic 100, 715 (7.8%) 7

John Floyd

Henry Lee

VA

MA

Nullifier 0 11



Vice PresidentEdit

John C. Calhoun  (1782-1850) SC 1829-32
Martin Van Buren  (1782-1862) NY 1833-37



CabinetEdit

Secretary of State
James Alexander Hamilton  (1788-1878) NY 1829
Martin Van Buren  (1782-1862) NY 1829-31
Edward Livingston  (1764-1836) LA 1831-33
Louis McLane  (1786-1857) DE 1833-34
John Forsyth  (1780-1841) GA 1834-37


Secretary of the Treasury
Samuel D. Ingham  (1779-1860) PA 1829-31
Louis McLane  (1786-1857) DE 1831-33
William J. Duane  (1780-1865) PA 1833
Roger B. Taney  (1777-1864) MD 1833-34
Levi Woodbury  (1789-1851) NH 1834-37


Secretary of War
John Eaton  (1790-1856) TN 1829-31
Lewis Cass  (1782-1866) MI 1831-36


Attorney General
John M. Berrien  (1781-1856) GA 1829-31
Roger B. Taney  (1777-1864) MD 1831-33
Benjamin Franklin Butler  (1795-1858) NY 1833-37


Secretary of the Navy
John Branch  (1782-1863) NC 1829-31
Levi Woodbury  (1789-1851) NH 1831-34
Mahlon Dickerson  (1770-1853) NJ 1834-37


Postmaster General
William T. Barry  (1784-1835) KY 1829-35
Amos Kendall  (1789-1869) KY 1835-37



United States Supreme CourtEdit

Chief Justice
John Marshall  (1755-1835) VA 1800-35  (35 years)
Roger B. Taney  (1777-1864) MD 1836-64  (28 years)


Associate Justices
Bushrod Washington  (1762-1829) VA 1798-1829  (31 years)
William Johnson  (1771-1834) SC 1804-34  (30 years)
Gabriel Duvall  (1752-1844) MD 1811-35  (24 years)
Joseph Story  (1779-1845) MA 1811-45  (34 years)
Smith Thompson  (1768-1843) NY 1823-43  (20 years)
John McLean  (1785-1861) OH 1829-61  (32 years)
Henry Baldwin  (1780-1844) PA 1830-44  (14 years)
James Moore Wayne  (1790-1867) GA 1835-67  (32 years)
Philip Pendleton Barbour  (1783-1841) VA 1836-41  (5 years)