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TermEdit

3rd President of the United States
Democratic-Republican
March 4, 1801 - March 4, 1809  (57-65)
Preceded by John Adams
Succeeded by James Madison


2nd Vice President of the United States
March 4, 1797 - March 4, 1801  (53-57)
Preceded by John Adams
Succeeded by Aaron Burr


2nd Secretary of State of the United States
March 22, 1790 - December 31, 1793  (46-50)
Preceded by John Jay
Succeeded by Edmund Randolph


2nd Governor of Virginia
June 1, 1779 - June 3, 1781  (36-38)
Preceded by Patrick Henry
Succeeded by William Fleming


DataEdit

Full Name Thomas Jefferson
Born  April 13, 1743
Birthplace Shadwell, Virginia
Alma Mater College of William and Mary  (1762)
Died July 4, 1826  (83 years)
Deathplace Charlottesville, Virginia


ParentsEdit

Peter Jefferson
Born February 29, 1708
Father Thomas Jefferson  (1679-1731) (52 years)
Mother Mary Field  (1678-1715) (37 years)
Marriage 1739 - 1757  (18 years, died)
Died August 17, 1757  (49 years)


Jane Randolph
Born February 10, 1720
Father Isham Randolph  (1684-1742) (58 years)
Mother Jane Lilburne Susan Rogers  (1692-1760) (68 years)
Children 10
Died March 31, 1776  (56 years)


SiblingsEdit

1. Jane Randolph Jefferson  (1740-65) (25 years)

2. Mary Jefferson  (1741-1817) (76 years)

(married 1760  John Bolling  (1737-1822) (85 years))

3. Elizabeth Jefferson  (1744-74) (30 years)

4. Martha Jefferson  (1746-1811) (65 years)

(married 1765  Dabney Carr  (1743-73) (30 years))

5. Peter Field Jefferson  (1748-48) (1 month)
6. Peter Field Dabney Jefferson  (1750-50) (1 day)

7. Lucy Jefferson  (1752-1810)  (58 years)

(married 1769  Charles Lewis  (1747-1831) (84 years))

8. Anna Scott Jefferson  (1755-1828) (73 years)

(married 1788  Hastings Marks  (1750-1811) (61 years))

9. Randolph Jefferson  (1755-1815) (60 years)

(married 1780  Anna Lewis  (1757-1807) (50 years))

(married 1808  Mitchie Pryor  (1787-1824) (37 years))


MarriagesEdit

1. Martha Wayles Skelton
Born October 30, 1748
Father John Wayles  (1715-73) (58 years)
Mother Martha Eppes  (1712-48) (36 years)
First Marriage November 20, 1766 - September 30, 1768  (1 year, widowed)
First Husband Bathurst Skelton  (1744-68) (24 years)
Second Marriage January 1, 1772 - September 6, 1782  (10 years, widowed)
Died September 6, 1782  (33 years)


Child 1: Martha Washington JeffersonEdit

Born September 27, 1772 Died

October 10, 1836

(64 years)


Marriages
Husband Thomas Mann Randolph Jr.  (1768-1828) (60 years)
Marriage February 23, 1790 - June 20, 1828  (38 years, widowed)


Children
1. Anne Cary Randolph  (1791-1826) (35 years)
2. Thomas Jefferson Randolph  (1792-1875) (83 years)
3. Ellen Wayles Randolph  (1794-95) (1 year)
4. Ellen Wayles Randolph  (1796-1876) (80 years)
5. Cornelia Jefferson Randolph  (1799-1871) (72 years)
6. Virginia Jefferson Randolph  (1801-82) (81 years)

7. Mary Jefferson Randolph  (1803-76) (73 years)

8. James Madison Randolph  (1806-34) (28 years)

9. Benjamin Franklin Randolph  (1808-71) (63 years)
10. Meriwether Lewis Randolph  (1810-37) (27 years)
11. Septimia Anne Randolph  (1814-87) (73 years)
12. George Wythe Randolph  (1818-67) (49 years)


Child 2: Jane Randolph JeffersonEdit

Born April 3, 1774 Died

September 1775

(1 year)


Child 3: Mary Wayles JeffersonEdit

Born August 1, 1778 Died

April 17, 1804

(25 years)


Marriages
Husband John Wayles Eppes  (1773-1823) (50 years)
Marriage October 13, 1797 - April 17, 1804  (6 years, died)


Children
1. Francis Wayles Eppes  (1801-81) (80 years)
2. Maria Jefferson Eppes  (1804-04) (1 day)


Child 4: Lucy Elizabeth JeffersonEdit

Born November 3, 1780 Died

April 15, 1781

(5 months)


Child 5: Lucy Elizabeth JeffersonEdit

Born May 8, 1782 Died

October 13, 1785

(3 years)




OccupationEdit

United States Minister to France  (1785-89)

Delegate from Virginia to the Congress of the Confederation  (1783-84)

Delegate from Virginia to the 2nd Continental Congress  (1775-76)

Delegate to the Virginia House of Burgesses  (1769-75)

Lawyer


Presidential Election of 1800Edit

1. Thomas Jefferson
Birth/Death 1743 - 1826  (83 years))
State Virginia
Occupation Incumbent Vice President of the United States  (1797-1801)
Political Party Democratic-Republican
Popular Vote 41, 330  (61.4%)
Electoral Vote 73  (9 states)


2. Aaron Burr
Birth/Death 1756 -1836  (80 years)
State New York
Occupation Former New York State Assembly Member  (1798-99)
Political Party Democratic-Republican
Popular Vote 0
Electoral Vote 73  (9 states)


3. John Adams
Birth/Death 1735 - 1826  (91 years)
State Massachusetts
Occupation Incumbent President of the United States  (1797-1801)
Political Party Federalist
Popular Vote 25, 952  (38.6%)
Electoral Vote 65  (10 states)


4. Charles Cotesworth Pinckney
Birth/Death 1746 - 1825  (79 years)
State South Carolina
Occupation Former U.S. Minister to France  (1796-97)
Political Party Federalist
Popular Vote 0
Electoral Vote 64  (10 states)


5. John Jay
Birth/Death 1745 - 1829  (84 years)
State New York
Occupation Governor of New York  (1795-1801)
Political Party Federalist
Popular Vote 0
Electoral Vote 1  (1 state)


Presidential Election of 1804Edit

1. Thomas Jefferson
Birth/Death 1743 - 1826  (83 years)
State  Virginia
Occupation Incumbent President of the United States  (1801-09)
Political Party Democratic-Republican
Vice President

George Clinton  (1739-1812) (NY)

Governor of New York  (1777-95, 1801-04)

Popular Vote 104, 110  (72.8%)
Electoral Vote 162  (15 states)


2. Charles Cotesworth Pinckney
Birth/Death 1746 - 1825  (79 years)
State South Carolina
Occupation Former U.S. Minister to France  (1796-97)
Political Party Federalist
Vice President

Rufus King  (1755-1827) (NY)

Former U.S. Minister to the United Kingdom  (1796-1803)

Popular Vote 38, 919  (27.2%)
Electoral Vote 14  (3 states)

  


Vice PresidentEdit

Aaron Burr  (1756-1836) NY 1801-05
George Clinton  (1739-1812) NY 1805-09


CabinetEdit

Secretary of State
Levi Lincoln  (1749-1820) MA 1801
James Madison  (1751-1836) VA 1801-09


Secretary of the Treasury
Samuel Dexter  (1761-1816) MA 1801
Albert Gallatin  (1761-1849) PA 1801-09


Secretary of War
Henry Dearborn  (1751-1829) MA 1801-09


Attorney General
Levi Lincoln  (1749-1820) MA 1801-04
John Breckinridge  (1760-1806) KY 1804-06
Caesar Augustus Rodney  (1772-1824) DE 1807-09


Secretary of the Navy
Benjamin Stoddert  (1744-1813) MD 1801
Robert Smith  (1757-1842) MD 1801-09


United States Supreme CourtEdit

Chief Justice
John Marshall  (1755-1835) VA 1800-35  (35 years)


Associate Justices
William Cushing  (1732-1810) MA 1789-1810  (21 years)
William Paterson  (1745-1806) NJ 1793-1806  (13 years)
Samuel Chase  (1741-1811) MD 1796-1811  (15 years)
Bushrod Washington  (1762-1829) VA 1798-1829  (31 years)
Alfred Moore  (1755-1810) NC 1800-04  (4 years)
William Johnson  (1771-1834) SC 1804-34  (30 years)
Henry Brockholst Livingston  (1757-1823) NY 1806-23  (17 years)
Thomas Todd  (1765-1826) VA 1807-26  (19 years)