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List of noted U.S. presidential relatives

During the history of the United States, many presidential relatives have become notable in their own right.

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Relatives of Barack Obama - 44th President

Relatives of George W. Bush - 43rd President

  • Barbara Bush
  • Jenna Bush Hager, current correspondent on NBC's Today

Relatives of Bill Clinton - 42nd President

Relatives of George H. W. Bush - 41st President

see also Bush family

Relatives of Ronald Reagan - 40th President

Relatives of Jimmy Carter - 39th President

Relatives of Gerald Ford - 38th President

Relatives of Richard Nixon - 37th President

Relatives of Lyndon B. Johnson - 36th President

Relatives of John F. Kennedy - 35th President

see also Kennedy family

Relatives of Dwight D. Eisenhower - 34th President

Relatives of Harry S. Truman - 33rd President

Relatives of Franklin Delano Roosevelt - 32nd President

see also Hyde Park Roosevelts
  • Eleanor Roosevelt - wife, social activist, active in the United Nations
  • Theodore Roosevelt - fifth cousin, uncle-in-law through marriage to Eleanor Roosevelt
    • 26th President of the United States
  • Tadd Roosevelt - nephew: son of his much older half-brother, James Roosevelt (Rosy).
    • Tadd was about the same age as Franklin and they attended Harvard at the same time. However Tadd dropped out, moved to New York, and married a Hungarian born prostitute with whom he stayed until her death forty years later. He was disowned by his father and all relations with the family were ended. He never touched the inheritance left from his grandmother's side of the family (the Astors, unrelated to Franklin) and left it all to the Salvation Army upon his death.
Source: 'Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Champion of Freedom' by Conrad Black.

Relatives of Herbert Hoover - 31st President

  • Herbert Hoover, Jr. - son, served as United States Department of State Under Secretary
  • Allan Hoover - son, businessman
  • Margaret Hoover - great-granddaughter, political commentator

Relatives of Calvin Coolidge - 30th President

Relatives of Warren Harding - 29th President

  • Carolyn Harding Votaw - sister, public health official

Relatives of Woodrow Wilson - 28th President

Relatives of William Howard Taft - 27th President

see also Taft family

Relatives of Theodore Roosevelt – 26th President

see also Oyster Bay Roosevelts

Relatives of Benjamin Harrison - 23rd President

see also Harrison family

Relatives of Grover Cleveland - 22nd/24th President

Relatives of Chester A. Arthur - 21st President

Relatives of James A. Garfield - 20th President

Relatives of Rutherford Hayes - 19th President

  • Webb Hayes - son, businessman, military officer, recipient of Medal of Honor

Relatives of Ulysses S. Grant, 18th President

Relatives of Andrew Johnson - 17th President

Relatives of Abraham Lincoln, 16th President

Relatives of James Buchanan - 15th President

  • Harriet Lane - niece, White House hostess during her uncle's term

Relatives of Franklin Pierce - 14th President

Relatives of Millard Fillmore - 13th President

Relatives of Zachary Taylor - 12th President

Relatives of James K. Polk - 11th President

Relatives of John Tyler - 10th President

Relatives of William Henry Harrison - 9th President

Relatives of Martin Van Buren - 8th President

Relatives of Andrew Jackson - 7th President

Relatives of John Quincy Adams - 6th President

see also Adams family
  • John Adams - father, 2nd President of the United States
  • Abigail Adams - mother, First Lady of the United States
  • Charles Francis Adams, Sr. - son, served as U.S. Minister to Great Britain during the American Civil War
  • Henry Brooks Adams - grandson (son of Charles F. Adams), author of the History of the United States of America During the Administrations of Thomas Jefferson, posthumous winner of Pulitzer prize
  • George Washington Adams - son, Massachusetts State Representative

Relatives of James Monroe - 5th President

  • Samuel L. Gouverneur - son-in-law and nephew (by marriage), Postmaster of New York City (1828–1836).

Relatives of James Madison - 4th President

Relatives of Thomas Jefferson - 3rd President

  • Martha Jefferson Randolph - daughter, served as White House hostess during her father's term
  • Thomas Mann Randolph Jr. - son-in-law, former Governor of Virginia
  • George W. Randolph, grandson - served as Confederate Secretary War during the Civil War
  • Thomas Jefferson Randolph - grandson, Chairman of the 1872 Democratic National Convention
  • Judith Jefferson Farrar - The aunt of the 3rd President
  • Captain John Farrar - 1st cousin of Thomas Jefferson, Served as Captain in the Revolutionary War

Relatives of John Adams - 2nd President

see also Adams family
  • John Quincy Adams - son, 6th President of the United States
  • Samuel Adams - cousin, signer of the Declaration of Independence
  • Elihu Adams - brother, died serving in the Continental Army during the American Revolution

Relatives of George Washington - 1st President

See Genealogical relationships of Presidents of the United States

References

External links

  • Embarrassing Relatives Plague Presidents (ABC News)
  • Life with baby Hughie (CNN)

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