Harry S. Truman did not have a middle name. The S stood for a compromise between the names of his two grandfathers -- Anderson Shippe Truman and Solomon Young. There has been considerable debate whether Truman's middle initial should be written with or without a period. Truman himself said more than once that it did not matter--that it could be written either way. See, for example, the illustration of Truman's letter of August 19, 1970, to (later) Congressman James E. Rogan in Rogan's 2004 autobiography "Rough Edges." Except for early in his life and in the last few years of his life, when the middle initial in his signature became essentially printed, Truman never signed his full signature using a period after the "S". When he signed his initials, though, he sometimes signed "HST" and sometimes signed "H.S.T."
Harry Trumans's wife was named Elizabeth, her maiden name was Wallace.
Harry Truman was to be given the middle name of Shippe or Solomon. Becasue of family disagreemnts, neither was chose and he was given the letter S alone for a middle name.
He was the 33rd President of the United States.
President Obama has the middle name of Hussein.
The middle name of President Kennedy was Fitzgerald.
President Eisenhower's middle name was David.
An internet search did not find any US President with Milton as a middle name. President Nixon's middle name was Milhous.
President Nixon's middle name was "Milhous", his mother's maiden name.
There was no President UlyssesUlysses was the first name of President Grant; his middle initial was "S" which did not stand for anything. His full middle name was "S"
John Adams was the second President; he did not have any middle name.
There has yet to be a US President with a middle name starting with "T"