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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 July 20, 1737
Father Hugh Jackson  (1690-1782) (92 years)
Mother Elizabeth Creath  (1699-1727) (28 years)
Marriage 1759 - 1767  (8 years, died)
Died March 1, 1767  (29 years)


Elizabeth Hutchinson
Born 1737
Father Francis Cyrus Hobart Hutchinson  (1690-1748) (58 years)
Mother Margaret Lisle  (1690-1770) (80 years)
Children 3
Died November 2, 1781  (43-44 years)


SiblingsEdit

1. Hugh Jackson  (1762-79) (17 years)
2. Robert Jackson  (1765-81) (16 years)


MarriagesEdit

1. Rachel Donelson Robards
Born June 15, 1767
Father John Donelson  (1718-85) (67 years)
Mother Rachel Stockley  (1730-1801) (71 years)
First Marriage 1787 - 1793  (5-6 years, divorced)
First Husband Lewis Robards  (1758-1814) (56 years)
Second Marriage January 17, 1794 - December 22, 1828  (34 years, widowed)
Died December 22, 1828  (61 years)


ChildrenEdit

1. Andrew Jackson Jr.
Born December 22, 1809
Wife Sarah Yorke  (1803-87) (84 years)
Marriage November 24, 1831 - April 17, 1865  (33 years, died)
Children Rachel, Andrew, Thomas, Samuel, Robert
Died April 17, 1865  (55 years)


2. Lyncoya Jackson
Born 1811
Died 1828  (16-17 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

1. Andrew Jackson
Birth/Death 1767 - 1845  (78 years)
State Tennessee
Occupation Former U.S. Senator from Tennessee  (1797-98, 1823-25)
Political Party Democratic
Vice President

John C. Calhoun  (1782-1850) (SC)

Incumbent Vice President of the United States  (1825-32)

Popular Vote 642, 553  (55.97%)
Electoral Vote 178  (17 states)


2. John Quincy Adams
Birth/Death 1767 - 1848  (81 years)
State Massachusetts
Occupation Incumbent President of the United States  (1825-29)
Political Party National Republican
Vice President

Richard Rush  (1789-1850) (PA)

Incumbent United States Secretary of the Treasury  (1825-29)

Popular Vote 500, 897  (43.63%)
Electoral Vote 83  (10 states)


Presidential Election of 1832Edit

1. Andrew Jackson
Birth/Death 1767 - 1845  (78 years)
State Tennessee
Occupation Incumbent President of the United States  (1829-37)
Political Party Democratic
Vice President

Martin Van Buren  (1782-1862) (NY)

Former U.S. Minister to the United Kingdom  (1831-33)

Popular Vote 701, 780  (54.23%)
Electoral Vote 219  (17 states)


2. Henry Clay
Birth/Death 1777 - 1852  (75 years)
State Kentucky
Occupation U.S. Senator from Kentucky  (1806-07, 1810-11, 1831-42, 1849-52)
Political Party National Republican
Vice President

John Sergeant  (1779-1852) (PA)

Former Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Pennsylvania  (1815-23, 1827-29, 1837-41)

Popular Vote 484, 205  (37.42%)
Electoral Vote 49  (6 states)


3. John Floyd
Birth/Death 1783 - 1837  (54 years)
State Virginia
Occupation Governor of Virginia  (1830-34)
Political Party Nullifier
Vice President

Henry Lee  (1782-1867) (MA)

Merchant and Economist

Popular Vote 0
Electoral Vote 11  (1 state)


4. William Wirt
Birth/Death 1772 - 1834  (62 years)
State Maryland
Occupation Former Attorney General of the United States  (1825-29)
Political Party Anti-Masonic
Vice President

Amos Ellmaker  (1787-1851) (PA)

Former Attorney General of Pennsylvania  (1816-19, 1828-29)

Popular Vote 100, 715  (7.78%)
Electoral Vote 7  (1 state)


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)