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3rd President
Political Party Democratic-Republican
Term March 4, 1801 - March 4, 1809  (57-65)
Vice President

Aaron Burr   1801-1805

George Clinton   1805-1809

Predecessor John Adams
Successor James Madison




2nd Vice President
Term March 4, 1797 - March 4, 1801  (53-57)
President John Adams
Predecessor John Adams
Successor Aaron Burr




Full Name Thomas Jefferson
Birth

April 13, 1743

Shadwell, Virginia

Father Peter Jefferson  (1708-1757)
Mother Jane Randolph Jefferson  (1721-1776)
Brothers

Peter Field Jefferson  (1748-1748)

Peter Thomas Jefferson  (1750-1750)

Randolph Jefferson  (1755-1815)

Sisters

Jane Jefferson  (1740-1765)

Mary Jefferson Bolling  (1741-1817)

Elizabeth Jefferson  (1744-1774)

Martha Jefferson Carr  (1746-1811)

Lucy Jefferson Lewis  (1752-1811)

Anna Jefferson Marks  (1755-1828)

Alma Mater College of William and Mary  (1762)
Occupation

1st U.S. Secretary of State  (1790-1793)

United States Minister to France  (1785-1789)

Virginia Delegate to the Congress of the Confederation  (1783-1784)

2nd Governor of Virginia  (1779-1781)

Virginia Delegate to the 2nd Continental Congress  (1775-1776)

Burgess of the Virginia House of Burgesses  (1769-1775)

Architect

Planter 

Lawyer

Death

July 4, 1826

Charlottesville, Virginia

(83 years)




Marriages
Martha Wayles Skelton  (1748-1782)

Married January 1, 1772

Widowed September 6, 1782

(10 years)




Children

Martha Washington Jefferson Randolph

(m.1790 Thomas Randolph)

(5 sons, 7 daughters)

Born September 27, 1772

Died October 10, 1836

(64 years)

Jane Randolph Jefferson

Born April 3, 1774

Died September 1775

(1 year)

Peter Jefferson

Born May 28, 1777

Died June 14, 1777

(16 days)

Mary Wayles Jefferson Eppes

(m.1797 John Eppes)

(1 son, 1 daughter)

Born August 1, 1778

Died April 17, 1804

(25 years)

Lucy Elizabeth Jefferson

Born November 3, 1780

Died April 15, 1781

(5 months)

Lucy Elizabeth Jefferson

Born May 8, 1782

Died November 17, 1785

(3 years)




Presidential Election of 1800
Nominee Political Party Popular Vote Electoral Vote
Thomas Jefferson  (VA) Democratic-Republican 41, 330  (61.4%) 73
Aaron Burr Democratic-Republican None 73

John Adams  (MA) Incumbent

Federalist 25, 952  (38.6%) 65
Charles Cotesworth Pinckney  (SC) Federalist None  64
John Jay  (NY) Federalist None  1




Presidential Election of 1804
Nominee Running Mate Political Party Popular Vote Electoral Vote

Thomas Jefferson  (VA)

Incumbent

George Clinton  (NY) Democratic-Republican 104, 110  (72.8%) 162
Charles C. Pinckney  (SC) Rufus King  (NY) Federalist 38, 919  (27.2%) 14




Presidential Cabinet
Name Office Term
James Madison  (VA) Secretary of State 1801-1809

Samuel Dexter  (MA)

Albert Gallatin  (PA)

Secretary of Treasury

1801

1801-1809

Henry Dearborn  (MA) Secretary of War 1801-1809

Levi Lincoln Sr  (MA)

John Breckinridge  (KY)

Caesar A. Rodney  (DE)

Attorney General

1801-1804

1805-1806

1807-1809

Benjamin Stoddert  (MD)

Robert Smith  (MD)

Secretary of the Navy

1801

1801-1809




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)
William Paterson  (NJ) Associate Justice 1793-1806  (13 years, died)
Samuel Chase  (MD) Associate Justice 1796-1811  (15 years, died)
Bushrod Washington  (VA) Associate Justice 1798-1829  (31 years, died)
Alfred Moore  (NC) Associate Justice 1799-1804  (5 years, ret.)
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)

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