FANDOM


Gcleveland

Grover Cleveland, 22nd and 24th President of the United States









22nd/24th President
Political Party Democratic
Term

March 4, 1885 - March 4, 1889  (47-51)

March 4, 1893 - March 4, 1897  (55-59)

Vice President

Thomas A. Hendricks   1885

Adlai E. Stevenson   1893-1897

Predecessor

Chester A. Arthur

Benjamin Harrison

Successor

Benjamin Harrison

William McKinley




Full Name Stephen Grover Cleveland
Birth

March 18, 1837

Caldwell, New Jersey

Father Richard Falley Celveland  (1804-1853)
Mother Anne Neal Cleveland  (1806-1882)
Brothers

William Neal Cleveland  (1832-1906)

Richard Cecil Cleveland  (1835-1872)

Lewis Frederick Cleveland  (1841-1872)

Sisters

Anna Cleveland Hastings  (1830-1909)

Mary Cleveland Hoyt  (1833-1914)

Margaret Cleveland Bacon  (1838-1932)

Susan Cleveland Yeomans  (1843-1938)

Rose Elizabeth Cleveland  (1846-1918)

Occupation

28th Governor of New York  (1883-1885)

34th Mayor of Buffalo, New York  (1882)

Sheriff of Erie County, New York  (1871-1873)

Lawyer

Death

June 24, 1908

Princeton, New Jersey

(71 years)




Marriages
Frances Clara Folsom  (1864-1947)

Married June 2, 1886

(22 years)




Children
Ruth Cleveland

Born October 3, 1891

Died January 7, 1904

(12 years)

Esther Cleveland Bosanquet

(m.1918 William Bosanquet)

(2 daughters)

Born September 9, 1893

Died June 25, 1980 

(86 years)

Marion Cleveland Dell Amen

(m.1917 William Dell)

(1 daughter)

(m.1926 John Amen)

(2 sons)

Born July 7, 1895

Died June 18, 1977

(81 years)

Richard Folsom Cleveland

(m.1923 Ellen Gailor)

(1 son, 2 daughters)

(m.1943 Jessie Black)

(1 son, 2 daughters)

Born October 20, 1897

Died January 20, 1974

(76 years)

Francis Grover Cleveland

(m.1925 Alice Erdman)

(1 daughter)

Born July 18, 1903

Died November 8, 1995

(92 years)




Presidential Election of 1884
Nominee Running Mate Political Party Popular Vote Electoral Vote
Grover Cleveland  (NY) Thomas A. Hendricks  (IN) Democratic 4,914,482  (48.85%) 219
James G. Blaine  (ME) John A. Logan  (IL) Republican 4,856,903  (48.28%) 182
John St.John  (KS) William Daniel  (MD) Prohibition 147,482  (1.50%) 0
Benjamin F. Butller  (MA) Absolom M. West  (MS) Greenback 134,294  (1.33%) 0




Presidential Cabinet First Term
Name Office Term
Thomas F. Bayard  (DE) Secretary of State 1885-1889

Daniel Manning  (NY)

Charles S. Fairchild  (NY)

Secretary of Treasury

1885-1887

1887-1889

William C. Endicott  (MA) Secretary of War 1885-1889
Augustus H. Garland  (AR) Attorney General 1885-1889
William C. Whitney  (NY) Secretary of the Navy 1885-1889

William F. Vilas  (WI)

Donald M. Dickinson  (MI)

Postmaster General

1885-1888

1888-1889

Lucius Q.C. Lamar II  (MS)

William F. Vilas  (WI)

Secretary of the Interior

1885-1888

1888-1889

Norman J. Coleman  (MO) Secretary of Agriculture 1889




United States Supreme Court First Term
Nominee Position Term

Morrison Waite  (CT)

Melville Fuller  (ME)

Chief Justice

1874-1888  (14 years, died)

1888-1910  (22 years, died)

Samuel F. Miller  (IA)

Stephen J. Field  (CA)

Joseph P. Bradley  (NJ)

John M. Harlan  (KY)

William B. Woods  (OH)

Stanley Matthews  (OH)

Horace Gray  (MA)

Samuel Blatchford  (NY)

Lucius Q.C. Lamar II  (MS)

Associate Justice

1862-1890  (28 years, retired)

1863-1897  (34 years, retired)

1870-1892  (22 years, died)

1877-1911  (34 years, died)

1880-1887  (7 years, died)

1881-1889  (8 years, died)

1881-1902  (21 years, died)

1882-1893  (11 years, died)

1888-1893  (5 years, died)




Presidential Election of 1892
Nominee Running Mate Political Party Popular Vote Electoral Vote
Grover Cleveland  (NY) Adlai E. Stevenson  (IL) Democratic 5,553,898 (46.02%) 277

Benjamin Harrison  (IN)

Incumbent

Whitelaw Reid  (NY) Republican 5,190,819  (43.01%) 145
James B. Weaver  (IA) James G. Field  (VA) Populist 1,026,595  (8.51%) 22
John Bidwell  (CA) James Cranfill  (TX) Prohibition 270,849  (2.24%) 0
Simon Wing  (MA) Charles Matchett  (NY) Socialist Labor 21,173  (0.18%) 0




Presidential Cabinet Second Term
Name Office Term

Walter Q. Gresham  (IN)

Richard Olney  (MA)

Secretary of State

1893-1895

1895-1897

John G. Carlisle  (KY) Secretary of Treasury 1893-1897
Daniel S. Lamont  (NY) Secretary of War 1893-1897

Richard Olney  (MA)

Judson Harmon  (OH)

Attorney General

1893-1895

1895-1897

Hilary A. Herbert  (AL) Secretary of the Navy 1893-1897

Wilson S. Bissell  (NY)

William L. Wilson  (WV)

Postmaster General

1893-1895

1895-1897

M. Hoke Smith  (GA)

David R. Francis  (MO)

Secretary of the Interior

1893-1896

1896-1897

Julius S. Morton  (NE) Secretary of Agriculture 1893-1897




United States Supreme Court
Nominee Position Term
Melville Fuller  (ME) Chief Justice 1888-1910  (22 years,died)

Stephen J. Field  (CA)

John M. Harlan  (KY)

Horace Gray  (MA)

Samuel Blatchford  (NY)

David J. Brewer  (KS)

Henry B. Brown  (MN)

George Shiras Jr.  (PA)

Howell Jackson  (TN)

Edward D. White  (LA)

Rufus W. Peckham  (NY)

Associate Justice

1863-1897  (34 years, retired)

1877-1911  (34 years, died)

1881-1902  (21 years, died)

1882-1893  (11 years, died)

1889-1910  (21 years, died)

1890-1906  (16 years, retired)

1892-1903  (11 years, retired)

1893-1895  (2 years, died)

1894-1910  (16 years, promoted)

1895-1909  (14 years, died)

Ad blocker interference detected!


Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.