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The first President of the Confederate States of America.
No. There is no way that Thomas Jefferson and Jefferson Davis were the same person. The reasons are thusly: Jefferson was born April, 3, 1743 and he died July 4, 1826. Davis w…as alive during the Civil War.
The one and only president of the Confederacy was born in Kentucky, but also lived in Louisiana and Mississippi. He was serving as a U.S. Senator from Mississippi when Souther…n states began seceding from the Union in 1860 and 1861.
Jefferson Davis was president of the Confederate States of America.His first wife Sarah Taylor died of malaria only three months after they were married.He was also a senator …from Mississippi.
Yes, George Washington and Thomas Jefferson were distant cousins through their common ancestor of Ralph Neville.
no they were not related
George Washington, 1st U.S. President John Quincy Adams, 6th U.S. President Alexander Hamilton, 1st U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Meriwether Lewis, Corps of Discovery (…Lewis & Clark) General Robert E. Lee, Army of Northern Virginia Alfred the Great, King of the Anglo-Saxons Charlemagne, King of the Franks Prince William, Duke of Cambridge Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge Ray Bradbury, Author of "The Martian Chronicles" Harriet Martineau, Author of "The Hour and the Man" Truman Capote, Author of "In Cold Blood" Harper Lee, Author of "To Kill a Mockingbird"
His longtime companion was Sally Hemings, who may have actually been a half-sister to his late wife. She bore him six children; he freed them all when they became adults. Jeff…erson didn't treat Sally as a slave, but rather as a helpmeet. He could not have married her, because of the customs (and laws) of the time. In the modern age, he may well have.
These two men were not related in way, shape or form. Both Lincoln and Davis were born in Kentucky.
Chief Justice John Marshall and President Thomas Jefferson were distant cousins, and bitter political rivals. Although related, the men despised each other.
yes but not in family but they bothcreated famous documentsthey became father of the what they accomplishedtheyre both presidents
Never!They were 100 years apart and TJ hated slavery.
because he wanted to
They both came from Kentucky. Apart from that, they had nothing in common.
Thomas Jefferson Davis has written: 'Our Davis family history' -- subject(s): Genealogy
In US Civil War
Jefferson Davis was the president of the Confederacy. Like Lincoln, he was born in Kentucky. Unlike Lincoln, Davis had a strong military background which may or may not have b…een an asset. Nevertheless, Davis was a West Point graduate, a Mexican War hero and a former Secretary of War in the US. Davis moved south from Kentucky and he and his family were part of the Southern landed aristocracy. He also served as a congressman as well as his aforementioned Secretary of War position.