The first six presidents were all founding fathers, or in the case of the Sixth, the son of a founding father, and all lived in Virginia or Massachusetts, coastal states from the original thirteen colonies.
James is the most common name for US Presidents. There have been six Jameses , "namely" Madison, Monroe, Polk, Buchanan, Garfield and Carter. Next is "John" and "William", each with 4, then "George", with 3, and finally 2 of "Andrew" and "Franklin".
Andrew Jackson is given this name sometimes. because he was the first "common" man to be elected President. By that term is meant that he had little education and was not from a wealthy or well-connected family like the first six Presidents.