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Millard Fillmore, 13th President of the United States








13th President
Political Party Whig
Term July 9, 1850 - March 4, 1853  (50-53)
Vice President None
Predecessor Zachary Taylor
Successor Franklin Pierce




12th Vice President
Term March 4, 1849 - July 9, 1850  (49-50)
President Zachary Taylor
Predecessor George M. Dallas
Successor William R.D. King




Full Name Millard Fillmore
Birth

January 7, 1800

Summerhill, New York

Father Nathaniel Fillmore  (1771-1863)
Mother Phoebe Millard Fillmore  (1781-1831)
Brothers

Cyrus Fillmore  (1801-1889)

Almon Hopkins Fillmore  (1806-1830)

Calvin Turner Fillmore  (1810-1872)

Darius Ingraham Fillmore  (1814-1837)

Charles DeWitt Fillmore  (1817-1869)

Sisters

Olive Fillmore Johnson  (1797-1893)

Julia Fillmore Harris  (1812-1883)

Phoebe Maria Fillmore  (1819-1843)

Military Services

Officer

New York State Guard

1846-1848, 1861-1865

Occupation

14th State Comptroller of New York  (1848-1849)

1st Chancellor of the University of Buffalo   (1846-1874)

Representative from New York's 32nd District  (1833-1835, 1837-1843)

New York State Assemblyman  (1829-1831)

Lawyer

Death

March 8, 1874

Buffalo, New York

(74 years)




Marriages
Abigail Powers  (1798-1853)

Married February 5, 1826

Widowed March 30, 1853

(27 years)

Caroline Carmichael McIntosh  (1813-1881)

Married February 10, 1858

(16 years)




Children
Millard Powers Fillmore

Born April 25, 1828 

Died November 15, 1889

(61 years)

Mary Abigail Fillmore

Born March 27, 1832

Died July 26, 1854

(22 years)




Presidential Cabinet
Name Office Term

Daniel Webster  (MA)

Edward Everett  (MA)

Secretary of State

1850-1852

1852-1853

Thomas Corwin  (OH) Secretary of Treasury 1850-1853
Charles M. Conrad  (LA) Secretary of War 1850-1853

Reverdy Johnson  (MD)

John J. Crittenden  (KY)

Attorney General

1850

1850-1853

William A. Graham  (NC)

John P. Kennedy  (MD)

Secretary of the Navy

1850-1852

1852-1853

Nathan K. Hall  (NY)

Samuel D. Hubbard  (CT)

Postmaster General

1850-1852

1852-1853

Thomas M.T. McKennan  (PA)

Alexander H.H. Stuart  (VA)

Secretary of the Interior

1850

1850-1853




United States Supreme Court
Nominee Office Term
Roger B. Taney  (MD) Chief Justice 1836-1864  (28 years, died)

John McLean  (OH)

James M. Wayne  (GA)

John Catron  (TN)

John McKinley  (AL)

Peter V. Daniel  (VA)

Samuel Nelson  (NY)

Levi Woodbury  (NH)

Robert Cooper Grier  (PA)

Benjamin R. Curtis  (MA)

Associate Justice

1829-1861  (32 years, died)

1835-1867  (32 years, died)

1837-1865  (28 years, died)

1837-1852  (15 years, died)

1841-1860  (19 years, died)

1845-1872  (27 years, retired)

1845-1851  (6 years, died)

1846-1870  (24 years, retired)

1851-1857  (6 years, retired)

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