Millard Fillmore (born January 7, 1800 in Summerhill, New York;
died March 8, 1874 in Buffalo, New York) served as the 12th
Vice-President of the United States between March 4, 1849 and July
9, 1850, and the thirteenth President of the United States
between the death of his predecessor Zachary Taylo…
SIBLINGS Millard Fillmore was the second child in
a family of nine. He had three sisters and five brothers.
Children of Nathaniel Fillmore and Phoebe Millard Fillmore
Olive Armstrong Fillmore, b. Dec. 16, 1797
Millard Fillmore, b. Jan. 7, 1800, d. Mar. 8, 1874
Cyrus Fillmore, b. Dec. 22, 1801
he was eating dinner
Millard Fillmore had 3 sharks named White, Bitey, and Bigtooth
He died at about two months after he turned 74.
Answer Getting California into the Union as a free state, the
Fugitive Slave Act and his effort to open up Japan to Western
answer #2) Fillmore will always be known for creating the
Compromise of 1850 and preventing the United States from a Civil
War for over a decade. He is a very unpopular…
Millard Fillmore died at his mansion in Buffalo, New York at 11:10
pm on March 8th 1874 from a stroke. He was partially paralyzed from
a stroke he had had a month before. He was 74 years, 2 months and 1
day old when he died.
He became president on July 9,1850 due to the death of President
Millard Fillmore never attended college. His formal education
was extremely limited. He was considered to be "self taught".
He studied law on his own and learned enough to be admitted to the
Zachary Taylor was the President before Fillmore. The death of
Taylor in office made Vice-President Fillmore the President.
Millard Fillmore was 5 ft 9 in
Millard Fillmore had eight brothers and sisters. Fillmore was born
second and was the eldest son. He was born in the Finger Lakes
region of upstate New York.
He served form 10 July 1850 until 3 March 1853. He was the 13th
president and became President because he was the vice-president
when Zachary Taylor died.
Millard Fillmore died on March 8, 1874 at the age of 74.
No formal education.
Fillmore didn't go to school as a child so he could barely read. As he got older he enrolled at an academy in New Hope, New York, where he met and married his wife
He was 74 when he died.
he just did
He grew up on a farm, did farm chores and some hunting and fishing.
He rarely went to school. When he was 14, his father apprenticed
him to a cloth-maker and he worked until he was 18 or so.
what was Millard fillmore's education
He died from complications following a stroke, while being fed soup. His last words were, "The Nourishment is Palatable." What a bro.
Dealing with the disputes over slavery - whether to allow slavery
in the new states and what to do about returning fugitive slaves.
He pushed forward the Compromise of 1850 which was not successful
and satisfied nobody.
he died on March 8, 1874 at the age of 74. he was born on January 7,1800 in Locke, New York.
Millard Fillmore did not have a Vice-President. He became President after the death of Zachary Taylor. There was apparently no one to fill Fillmore's Vice-Presidental shoes. It pays to pay attention in school kids.
Millard Fillmore did five things:
1. Admit California as a free state.
2. Settle the Texas boundary and compensate her.
3. Grant territorial status to New Mexico.
4. Place Federal officers at the disposal of slaveholders seeking fugitives.
5. Abolish the slave trade in the District of Columbia.
hi peeps millard got married 2 his teacher
Millard Fillmore was born on January 7, 1800.
Millard Fillmore married his teacher, Abigail Powers. She was two years older than he.
Millard Fillmore was Vice President to President Zachary Taylor and assumed the Presidency upon the death Zachary Taylor who died of what is thought to be acute gastroenteritis or hyperthermia (heat stroke).
his first wife died in 1889 and his second in 1881.
My 7 year old has to answer questions about Millard Fillmore, and
one question is about his favorite food.
Rick, owner of Fillmore's Restaurant in NY was contacted.
According to him his favorite food was venison.
FILLMORE'S Restaurant: 166-02 65th Ave.,
Queens, NY 11365
He was a lawyer. As a very young man, he worked as a clothmaker.
Millard Fillmore was the 13th President of the United States. (He was also the 12th Vice President)
Millard Fillmore had one hobby, which was collecting books.
Fillmore was born on January 7, 1800 in Cayuga County, New York.
millard fillmore grew up on a farm.He attemed loca; schools irregulary until he was 17.Fillmore also worked as a clothes apprentice.When he got older he studied law with judge Watter Wood.
Everett Fillmore and Henry Fillmore
Millard Filmore did not have any pets
Fillmore was Vice President for Zachary Taylor.
Fillmore didn't go to school as a child so he could barely read. As
he got older he enrolled at an academy in New Hope, New York, where
he met and married his wife. He studied with two lawyers, Joseph
Clary and Asa Rice in Buffalo and passed the bar exam.
mom phobe fillmore and dad nathaniel
He signed the Compromise of 1850 which kept America from a civil war for a decade. He also added California to the Union as a free state. Millard Fillmore unfortunately enacted the Slave Act which denied slaves the right to a trial.
President Millard Fillmore was a 4th cousin 3 times removed of President John Adams and 5th cousin 2 times removed of his son President John Quincy Adams through their common ancestor of Henry Squire. President Millard Fillmore was a 9th cousin 1 time removed of President Richard M. Nixon through t…
They all took office because the President died and they were the
vice-president. They all served for less than a full term and none
of them were nominated for another term. (Andrew Johnson also
belongs in this group.)
Millard Fillmore was the second of nine children. As the second
child, he was, however, the eldest son of Nathaniel Fillmore and
Failed To Provide The leadership Necessary To Keep The Whig Party Together . He Was In Flavor Of Compromise On The Slavery Issue
He died of a stroke.
Abigail powers and Mrs. Caroline C. McTntosh
The Whig party.
Millard Fillmore accomplishments include the Compromise of 1850 and
the admission of California and New Mexico as free states. Fillmore
was the 13th President of the United States from 1850 until 1853.
Millard Fillmore was born in Locke, New York
Fillmore ran for President in 1856 for the American(aka Know-Party) and won 21.6 % of the popular vote. He was touring Europe when he was nominated and I don't think he knew that he was under consideration for the nomination. When he was notified that he had been nominated, he accepted. He was no do…
Millard Fillmore was born on January 7, 1800.
Millard Fillmore was born in New York State.
Millard Fillmore is the 13th President of the United States. His
major failures, according to some historians, are: signing of the
Fugitive Slave Act into Law and by not providing a strong
leadership for the Whig Party.
Millard Fillmore was the running mate for President Zachary Taylor on the Whig ticket. Their Democratic Opponents were Martin Van Buren and Lewis Cass. In 1852 he lost the Whig nomination to Gen. Winfield Scott. Senator Daniel Webster also competed against him for the nomination.
He served less than one term- he finished out Taylor's term but was not nominated for a term of his own.
Father: Nathaniel Fillmore (b. April 19,1771 at
Bennington,VT, d. March 28,1863 at Aurora,NY ), farmer
Mother :Phoebe Millard Fillmore ( b. April 12,
1781 in Pittsfield ,Berkshire County, Mass - d. April 2, 1831 in
Aurora, Cayuga County, NY).
They were married in 1796 at Bennington, Vermont.
Millard Fillmore's nickname was Windmill
He was very bright. He was not allowed to go to school as a boy but
when he had his chance, he was a very good student, quickly
learning to read and write, studying law and passing the bas exam.
Millard Fillmore was the 13th President of the US. He enforced the Fugitive Slave Act. He also enacted the Compromise of 1850. He was President in 1850-1853
One famous quote by Millard Fillmore talks about asking God to save
the country because the people won't. Millard Fillmore is also
famous for saying that slavery is a necessary evil that must be
protected by the Constitution.
IN GOD WE TRUST, TO GIRARD WE OWE.
In the summer of 1850, Taylor became even more hostile to the South when he threatened to lead the U.S. Army against the Texas militia, which was trying to spread slavery westward by threatening Texas's boundary with the territory of New Mexico. This never transpired because on July 9, 1850, Taylor …
Kuntucky Fried chicken.
He was the last president who was neither; he was a Whig.
Fillmore lived before they had professional or college sports in
this country. As a boy he liked to hunt and fish.
Yep Millard Fillmore loved collecting books him and his wife had over 40,000 books!!Playing football and his favorite color was blue
Born: January 7, 1800, in Locke Township (now Summerhill), New York Died: March 8, 1874 in Buffalo, New York
he was 50 years old
He was not given a middle name.
He was president for a little less than one full term. Fillmore
began as VP under Zachary Taylor. When Taylor died, Fillmore became
President: Millard Fillmore (1800 - 1874) Term: July 9, 1850 - March 4, 1853 Background: Millard Fillmore was born in Cayuga County in the Finger Lakes region of New York State, in a log cabin. His parents were Nathaniel Fillmore and Phoebe Millard, and he was the second child born amongst nine. His…
He didn't have any pets.
he was nicknamed 'Dumbo' because of his large ears.
"The American Louis Philippe"
As of 2016, Fillmore would be 216 years old.
He was originally Vice-President under Zachary Taylor. When Taylor
died, Fillmore became President for the remainder of the term.
Fillmore was vice-president when President Taylor died and so
completed Taylor's term. He was defeated in his attempt to gain the
nomination for a second term by Gen. Winfield Scott.
Vice president. He was never elected to the office of
Millard Fillmore was a lawyer, a Congressman, and Comptroller of
New York state.
Millard Fillmore was the US President from July 9, 1850
until March 4, 1853. Being vice-president, he took office
when president Zachary Taylor died. He did not run for a term of
his own because he could not win his party's nomination.
Millard Fillmore was the 13th President of the United States. He was most famous for his involvement in the transcontinental railroad, and his involvement in the Kansas-Nebraska Act of 1850.
American party or "no nothing" party
Presidents Tyler, Fillmore, and Arthur were all originally
Vice-Presidents themselves, who all became President after the
deaths of Harrison, Taylor, and Garfield. Therefore, they didn't
have their own Vice Presidents.
Fillmore didn't have a VP. He was originally VP under Zachary Taylor, then became President when Taylor died.
Abigail Powers Fillmore, wife of Millard, died March 30, 1853 in
Washington, D.C. She was 55 years old.
No. In fact, he was not able to get his party's nomination to
run for another term, eventually losing out to Winfield Scott.
No, he was not impeached. In fact, he was strong candidate for the
Whig nomination in 1852 but eventually lost out to Winfield Scott.
He was popular in the South.
No- not if you define success as being elected. However he did
quite well for a third candidate, winning 21% of the vote and one
Mary Fillmore (March 27, 1832- July 26,1854) was the only daughter
of President Millard Fillmore.
She died of cholera at age 22.
Millard Fillmore was originally Vice-President under Zachary Taylor. When Taylor died in office in 1850, Fillmore ascended to the Presidency.
Millard Fillmore want slavery and didnt want slavery
Actually, Millard Fillmore's predecessor, Zachary Taylor, was U.S.
President from 1849 to 1850. As Vice President, Millard Fillmore
took over when Zachary Taylor died in 1850, and he completed the
term to which President Taylor was elected, which ended in 1853.
When I think of Millard Fillmore, I …