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James Madison, 4th President of the United States










4th President
Political Party Democratic-Republican
Term March 4, 1809 - March 4, 1817  (57-65)
Vice President

George Clinton   1809-1812

Elbridge Gerry   1813-1814

Predecessor Thomas Jefferson
Successor James Monroe




Full Name James Madison Jr.
Birth

March 16, 1751

Port Conway, Virginia

Father James Madison  (1723-1801)
Mother Eleanor Rose Conway Madison  (1731-1829)
Brothers

Francis Taylor Madison  (1753-1800)

Ambrose Madison  (1755-1793)

Catlett Madison  (1758-1758)

William Taylor Madison  (1762-1843)

Reuben Madison  (1771-1775)

Sisters

Nelly Madison Hite  (1760-1802)

Sarah Madison Macon  (1764-1843)

Elizabeth Madison  (1768-1775)

Frances Madison Rose  (1774-1823)

Alma Mater Princeton University  (1771)
Occupation

5th U.S. Secretary of State  (1801-1809)

Representative from Virginia's 15th District  (1793-1797)

Representative from Virginia's 5th District  (1789-1793)

Virginia Delegate to the Congress of the Confederation  (1781-1783)

Member of the Virginia House of Delegates  (1776-1779, 1784-1786)

Planter

Death

June 28, 1836

Orange, Virginia

(85 years)




Marriages
Dolley Dandridge Payne Todd  (1768-1849)

Married September 15, 1794

(41 years)




Children
None




Presidential Election of 1808
Nominee Running Mate Political Party Popular Vote Electoral Vote
James Madison  (VA) George Clinton  (NY) Democratic-Republican 124, 732  (64.7%) 122
Charles Cotesworth Pinckney  (SC) Rufus King  (NY) Federalist 62, 431  (32.4%) 47
James Monroe  (VA) None Democratic-Republican 4, 848  (2.5%) None




Presidential Election of 1812
Nominee Running Mate Political Party Popular Vote Electoral Vote

James Madison  (VA)

Incumbent

Elbridge Gerry  (MA) Democratic-Republican 140, 431  (50.4%) 128
DeWitt Clinton  (NY) Jared Ingersoll  (PA) Democratic-Republic 132, 781  (47.6%) 89
Rufus King  (NY) None Federalist 5, 574  (2.0%) None




Presidential Cabinet
Name Office Term

Robert Smith  (MD)

James Monroe  (VA)

Secretary of State

1809-1811

1811-1817

Albert Gallatin  (PA)

George W. Campbell  (TN)

Alexander J. Dallas  (PA)

William H. Crawford  (GA)

Secretary of Treasury

1809-1814

1814

1814-1816

1816-1817

William Eustis  (MA)

John Armstrong Jr.  (NY)

James Monroe  (VA)

William H. Crawford  (GA)

Secretary of War

1809-1813

1813-1814

1814-1815

1815-1817

Caesar A. Rodney  (DE)

William Pinkney  (MD)

Richard Rush  (PA)

Attorney General

1809-1811

1811-1814

1814-1817

Paul Hamilton  (SC)

William Jones  (PA)

Benjamin W. Crowninshield  (MA)

Secretary of the Navy

1809-1813

1813-1814

1814-1817




United States Supreme Court
Nominee Position Term
John Marshall  (VA) Chief Justice 1801-1835  (34 years, died)
William Cushing  (MA) Associate Justice 1789-1810  (21 years, died)
Samuel Chase  (MD) Associate Justice 1796-1811  (15 years, died)
Bushrod Washington  (VA) Associate Justice 1798-1829  (31 years, died)
William Johnson  (SC) Associate Justice 1804-1834  (30 years, died)
Henry B. Livingston  (NY) Associate Justice 1806-1823  (17 years, died)
Thomas Todd  (VA) Associate Justice 1807-1826  (19 years, died)
Gabriel Duvall  (MA) Associate Justice 1811-1835  (24 years, ret.)
Joseph Story  (MA) Associate Justice 1812-1845  (33 years, died)

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