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  • ID: I38444
  • Name: Martin VAN BUREN
  • RELA: 20th cousin 6x removed
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 5 DEC 1782 in Kinderhook, Columbia Co., NY
  • Event: Elected Attorney General of New York BET 17 FEB 1815 AND 8 JUL 1819
  • Event: Elected BET 4 MAR 1821 AND 20 DEC 1828 United States Senator from New York
  • Event: Elected Governor of New York BET 1 JAN 1829 AND 12 MAR 1829
  • Event: Appointed BET 28 MAR 1829 AND 23 MAY 1831 United States Secretary of State
  • Event: Appointed BET 8 AUG 1831 AND 4 APR 1832 U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom
  • Event: Elected BET 4 MAR 1832 AND 3 MAR 1837 Vice President of the United States
  • Event: Elected BET 4 MAR 1837 AND 3 MAR 1841 8th President of the United States
  • Death: 24 JUL 1862 in Lindenwald, Kinderhook, Columbia Co., NY
  • Event: Sound
  • Title: President
  • Burial: Kinderhook, Columbia Co., NY
  • Event: Pic President Martin Van Buren
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  • Note:
    VAN BUREN, Martin, (half brother of James Isaac Van Alen), a Senator from New York, a Vice President and 8th President of the United States; born in Kinderhook, Columbia County, N.Y., December 5, 1782; attended the village schools; studied law; admitted to the bar and commenced practice in Kinderhook, N.Y., in 1803; moved to Hudson, N.Y., in 1809; surrogate of Columbia County 1808-1813; member, State senate 1813-1820; attorney general of New York 1816-1819; delegate to the State constitutional convention in 1821; elected as a Democratic Republican (later Crawford Republican and then Jacksonian) to the United States Senate; reelected in 1827, and served from March 4, 1821, until December 20, 1828, when he resigned, having been elected Governor; chairman, Committee on the Judiciary (Eighteenth through Twentieth Congresses); Governor of New York from January to March 1829, when he resigned to enter the Cabinet; appointed Secretary of State in the Cabinet of President Andrew Jackson and served from March 1829, until his resignation, effective May 1831, when he was commissioned Minister to Great Britain; the Senate rejected his nomination in January 1832, and he returned to the United States; elected, as a Democrat, Vice President of the United States on the ticket with Andrew Jackson and served from March 4, 1833, to March 3, 1837; elected, as a Democrat, President of the United States and served from March 4, 1837, to March 3, 1841; unsuccessful candidate for reelection as President on the Democratic ticket in 1840 and on the Free-Soil ticket in 1848; withdrew from political life and retired to his country home, 'Lindenwald,' in Kinderhook, N.Y., where he died July 24, 1862; interment in Kinderhook Cemetery.
    --- Biographical Directory of the United States Congress




    Father: Abraham VAN BUREN b: 17 FEB 1736/37 in Albany, Albany Co., NY
    Mother: Maria HOES b: 16 JAN 1746/47 in Claverack, Columbia Co., NY

    Marriage 1 Hannah HOES b: 8 MAR 1783 in Kinderhook, Columbia Co., NY
    • Married: 21 FEB 1807 in Catskill, Greene Co., NY
    Children
    1. Has Children Abraham VAN BUREN II b: 27 NOV 1807
    2. Has Children John VAN BUREN b: 10 FEB 1810
    3. Has No Children Martin VAN BUREN , Jr. b: 20 DEC 1812
    4. Has No Children Lawrence VAN BUREN b: 1814
    5. Has Children Smith Thompson VAN BUREN b: 16 JUN 1817 in Hudson, Columbia Co., NY

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