Genealogical Relationships of Presidents of The United States

Genealogical Relationships Of Presidents Of The United States

Many genealogical relationships may be found among Presidents of the United States and between the presidents and other significant figures of history.

Read more about Genealogical Relationships Of Presidents Of The United States:  Direct Descent, Indirect Relatives, Relations Through Marriage, Relations Through Half Siblings/siblings, Relations Through Great-grandparents, Relations To Vice Presidents, Presidents Related To Other Famous Individuals Through Marriage

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... Jewels of the Crown, issue 4, Fall 2009 online newsletter compares common ancestry of Presidents Madison and Obama and discusses the afore-mentioned sources ... pages gives details about the royal ancestry of the Roosevelt family President Van Buren descends from a branch of this line (chart 2 above) ... and Benjamin Harrison from Edward I (Longshanks) This RootsWeb page traces royal ancestry of Presidents Harrison (chart 3 above) ...

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