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Andrew Jackson, 7th President of the United States









7th President
Political Party Democratic
Term March 4, 1829 - March 4, 1837  (61-69)
Vice President

John C. Calhoun   1829-1832

Martin Van Buren  1833-1837

Predecessor John Quincy Adams
Successor Martin Van Buren




Full Name Andrew Jackson 
Birth

March 15, 1767

Waxhaw, South Carolina

Father Andrew Jackson  (1738-1767)
Mother Elizabeth Hutchinson Jackson  (1740-1781)
Brothers

Hugh Jackson  (1762-1779)

Robert Jackson  (1765-1781)

Military Services

Major General

United States Army

1801-1821

Occupation

Military Governor of Florida  (1821)

U.S. Senator from Tennessee  (1797-1798, 1823-1825)

Representative from Tennessee's At-large district  (1796-1797)

Farmer

Lawyer

Death

June 8, 1845

Nashville, Tennessee

(78 years)




Marriages
Rachel Donelson Robards  (1767-1828)

Married January 18, 1794

Widowed December 22, 1828

(34 years)




Children

Andrew Jackson Jr.

(m.1831 Sarah Yorke)

(4 sons, 1 daughter)

Born December 4, 1808

Died April 17, 1865

(56 years)




Presidential Election of 1828
Nominee Running Mate Political Party Popular Vote Electoral Vote
Andrew Jackson  (TN) John C. Calhoun  (SC) Democratic 642, 553  (56.0%) 178

John Quincy Adams  (MA)

Incumbent

Richard Rush  (PA) Democratic-Republic 500, 897  (43.6%) 83




Presidential Election of 1832
Nominee Running Mate Political Party Popular Vote Electoral Vote

Andrew Jackson  (TN)

Incumbent

Martin Van Buren  (NY) Democratic 701, 780  (54.2%) 219
Henry Clay  (KY) John Sergeant  (PA) Democratic-Republican 484, 205  (37.4%) 49
John Floyd  (VA) Henry Lee  (MA) Nullifier None 11
William Wirt  (MD) Amos Ellmaker  (PA) Anti-Masonic 100, 715  (7.8%) 7




Presidential Cabinet
Name Office Term

Martin Van Buren  (NY)

Edward Livingston  (LA)

Louis McLane  (DE)

John Forsyth  (GA)

Secretary of State

1829-1831

1831-1833

1833-1834

1834-1837

Samuel D. Ingham  (PA)

Louis McLane  (DE)

William J. Duane  (PA)

Roger B. Taney  (MD)

Levi Woodbury  (NH)

Secretary of Treasury

1829-1831

1831-1833

1833

1833-1834

1834-1837

John H. Eaton  (TN)

Lewis Cass  (MI)

Secretary of War

1829-1831

1831-1837

John M. Berrien  (GA)

Roger B. Taney  (MD)

Benjamin F. Butler  (NY)

Attorney General

1829-1831

1831-1833

1833-1837

John Branch  (NC)

Levi Woodbury  (NH)

Mahlon Dickerson  (NJ)

Secretary of the Navy

1829-1831

1831-1834

1834-1837

William T. Barry  (KY)

Amos Kendall  (KY)

Postmaster General

1829-1835

1835-1837




United States Supreme Court
Nominee Position Term

John Marshall  (VA)

Roger B. Taney  (MD)

Chief Justice

1801-1835  (34 years, died)

1836-1864  (28 years, died)

Bushrod Washington  (VA) Associate Justice 1798-1829  (31 years, died)
Willam Johnson  (SC) Associate Justice 1804-1834  (30 years, died)
Gabriel Duvall  (MA) Associate Justice 1811-1835  (24 years, ret.)
Joseph Story  (MA) Associate Justice 1812-1845  (33 years, died)
Smith Thompson  (NY) Associate Justice 1823-1843  (20 years, died)
John McLean  (OH) Associate Justice 1829-1861  (32 years, died)
Henry Baldwin  (PA) Associate Justice 1830-1844  (14 years, died)
James M. Wayne  (GA) Associate Justice 1835-1867  (32 years, died)
Philip P. Barbour  (VA) Associate Justice 1836-1841  (5 years, died)
John Catron  (TN) Associate Justice 1837-1865  (28 years, died)

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