Zachary Taylor

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List Of United States Political Families (T) - The Taylors of Louisiana
... Zachary Taylor (1784–1850), President of the United States 1849–1850 ... Father of Richard Taylor, father-in-law of Jefferson Davis ... Richard Taylor (1826–1879), Louisiana State Senator 1855–1861, delegate to the 1860 Democratic National Convention ...
List Of Presidents Of The United States By Date Of Death - Facts - Died in Office
... William Henry Harrison (1841, pneumonia and pleurisy from undisclosed illness) Zachary Taylor (1850, gastroenteritis) Abraham Lincoln (1865, assassinated) James Garfield (1881, assassinated. 1963, assassinated) Note Of the presidents listed above, Zachary Taylor, Abraham Lincoln and William McKinley are the only ones to have a former president die during their administrations and prior to ...
United States Presidential Election, 1848 - Nominations - Whig Party Nomination - Candidates Gallery
... General Zachary Taylor of Louisiana Senator Henry Clay of Kentucky General Winfield Scott of New Jersey Senator Daniel Webster of Massachusetts Mexican-American War General Zachary Taylor of ... Taylor ultimately declared himself a Whig, and easily took their nomination, receiving 171 delegate votes to defeat Henry Clay, Winfield Scott, Daniel Webster and others ... Convention Presidential vote Ballots 4 ... Zachary Taylor 171 ... Henry Clay 32 ... Winfield Scott 63 ... Daniel Webster 14 ... John Middleton Clayton 0 ... John McLean 2 1 ...
List Of Presidents Of The United States Who Died In Office - Zachary Taylor
... The cause of Zachary Taylor's death has not been fully established ... On July 4, 1850, Zachary Taylor was known to have consumed copious amounts of iced water, cold milk, green apples, and cherries after attending holiday celebrations and the laying of the cornerstone of ... On the morning of July 9, Taylor died ...

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