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What was James Garfield's middle name?
father : Abram Garfield ( December 28, 1799 - May 3, 1833) farmer. Died when James was 18 months old. mother: Eliza Ballou ( September 21, 1801 - January 21, 1888 …) She lived in the White House with the Garfields. The elevator was put in for her. They were married February 3, 1820 in Zanesville, Ohio.
He had two sisters, Mehetabel Ballou Garfield Trowbridge (1821-1909) and Mary Garfield Larabee (1824-1884), and one brother, Thomas Garfield (1826-1881). He had anot…her brother, James Ballou Garfield who died at age two, two years before James Abram was born. Note: Mehetabel is listed as Mehitabel in some sources. Her tombstone clearly reads Mehetabel- maybe she changed the spelling at some point. James was the youngest, born in 1831.
He had blue eyes
The Pendelton Civiill Service Reform Act of 1883 became law.
According to the book "Garfield: A Biography" by Allan Peskin, James Garfield's siblings were named: Mehitabel, b. 1821 Thomas, b. 1822 Mary, b. 1824
He had many different slogans but one of my favorites is " A pound of pluck is worth a ton of luck".
/ / He attempted to reestablish the Independance of the Presidency. Started the work of Pendleton Civil Service Reform Act Arthur finally signed the Pendleton Civil Act on… Jan. 16, 1883.
he had many hardships to face, he worked on a farm and was fatherless at two. his father died while trying to help a neighboor put out a housefire. he suffered severe burns an…d later died. james abram garfield was the youngest of four kids. his mother had to do alot of the work because she had no husband. james a garfield, found nothing to occupy him soon found out that helping his mother around the hose was his new hobby. thats what james abram garfield's childhood was like.
"Bring integrity back to the white house
James Garfield (1889-unknown) John Newell Garfield (1892-1931) Mason Garfield (1892-unknown) James Abram Garfield (1894-unknown) Lucretia Garfield (1894-unknown) … Newell Garfield (1895-1975) Stanton Garfield (1895-unknown) Rudolph Hills Garfield (1899-1946) (unknown) Garfield (unknown-unknown)
26 years old to James Abram Garfield (19 November, 1831 - 19 September, 1881), Eclectic Institute teacher, Disciples of Christ preacher, on 11 November, 1858 in yard of …her parents home, Hiram, Ohio. The Garfields did not honeymoon after their wedding but moved into two rented rooms on the second floor of a home in Hiram.
Lucretia Garfield m. 1858-1881 Lucretia Rudolph Garfield, wife of James A. Garfield, was First Lady of the United States in 1881