Grover Cleveland had eight siblings: Anna, William, Mary, Richard, Elizabeth, Margaret, Susan, Rose and Lewis. His father was Richard Falley Cleveland and his mother was Ann Neal Cleveland. More »

Grover Cleveland's major accomplishments include passing the Interstate Commerce Act and repealing the Silver Purchase Act. Cleveland also passed the Presidential Succession Act that established the line of succession in... More »

Grover Cleveland, who served as both the 22nd and 24th president of the United States, was born in Caldwell, New Jersey, on March 18, 1837. Named Stephen Grover Cleveland, he was one of nine children born to Presbyterian... More »

Grover Cleveland's major accomplishments include passing the Interstate Commerce Act and repealing the Silver Purchase Act. Cleveland also passed the Presidential Succession Act that established the line of succession in... More »

The most popular girl names between 1880 and 1889 included Ida, Minnie, Margaret, Elizabeth, Emma, Anna and Mary. Of these, Mary was the most popular name overall, with 91,669 out of 1,399,593 girls receiving it at birth... More »

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Elizabeth Cady Stanton died of congestive heart failure at her daughter Margaret's home in New York City. On October 26, 1902 she was confined to her bed in the afternoon and passed away in the evening. More »

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President James Madison’s siblings include General William Taylor Madison; Captain William Ambrose Madison, Sr.; Eleanor "Nellie" Conway Hite (Madison); Frances "Fanny" Rose (Madison); Mollie Davis; Francis Taylor Madiso... More »