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James Earl CARTER (b. 1924), 39th U. S. President, Gov. of Georgia, married Rosalynn SMITH (b. 1927), 36th First Lady. NOTE: Incomplete lineage; not included on Cousins Contents page.

Refer to Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700, Seventh Edition, by Frederick Lewis Weis (Baltimore, 1992), Line 74, Generation 32 for continuation of line to Henry I of England, ancestor of both Griffith BOWEN and Margaret FLEMING.

John "Johnny Appleseed" CHAPMAN (1774-1845), legendary apple tree planter, pioneer of the Ohio River valley.

Richard Bruce 'Dick' CHENEY (b.1941), 46th U. S. Vice President, Halliburton Company CEO (1995-1998) and Chairman (1995-1998, 2000), U.S. Secretary of Defense (1989-1993), U.S. Representative from WY (1979-1989), White House Chief of Staff (1975-1976), Deputy Asst. to the President (1971-1974), received MA from University of Wyoming 1965, married Lynne Anne VINCENT. [Autograph]

Richard Bruce 'Dick' CHENEY (b.1941), 46th U. S. Vice President, Halliburton Company CEO (1995-1998) and Chairman (1995-1998, 2000), U.S. Secretary of Defense (1989-1993), U.S. Representative from WY (1979-1989), White House Chief of Staff (1975-1976), Deputy Asst. to the President (1971-1974), received MA from University of Wyoming 1965, married 1964 Lynne Anne VINCENT (b. 1941), chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities 1986-1992, education reformer, author.

Sir Winston Leonard SPENCER-CHURCHILL (1874-1965), Prime Minister of Great Britain (1940-1945; 1951-1955), First Lord of Admiralty, Secretary for War, Minister of Defense, etc., Knight, author, and painter.

Henry CLAY (1777-1852), "The Great Compromiser," Senator, Representative, Secretary of State, and Presidential candidate.

Stephen Grover CLEVELAND (1837-1908), 22nd and 24th U. S. President, Governor of Nerw York, and attorney, married Frances C. FOLSOM (1864-1947), 18th and 20th First Lady.

Schuyler COLFAX (1823-1885), 17th Vice President (1869-1873), Speaker of the House (1863-1869), Congressman (from 1854), editor and journalist, married first in 1844 Evelyn CLARK (d. 1863), and second in 1868 Ellen WADE. [Autograph]

Samuel COLT (1814-1862), Col., inventor and firearms manufacturer (including the 'Colt 45').

Calvin COOLIDGE (1872-1933), 30th U. S. President, Vice President, MA Gov. Lt. Gov. and State Senator, mayor of Northampton, MA, and attorney, married Grace Anna GOODHUE (1879-1957), 27th First Lady. [Autograph]

William David COOLIDGE (1873-1975), inventor and developer of the tungsten filament (1910, Patent 1,082,933 granted in 1913) and the x-ray tube (1913, Patent 1,203,495 granted 1916), Vice President and Director of Research at General Electric (1940), Director of GE Research Laboratory (1932), researcher for GE (from 1905), earned Ph.D. at the University of Leipzig (1899), married Ethel Wescott WOODARD (1882-1915). [Some images.]

Nathaniel CURRIER, Jr. (1813-1888), printmaker, lithographer and founding partner of Currier and Ives.

Charles CURTIS (1860-1936), 31st U. S. Vice President (1929-1933), U. S. Senator from KS (1907-1913, 1915-1929), U. S. Representative from KS (1893-1907), and attorney (1881-1893), married Annie Elizabeth BAIRD (1860-1924). [Autograph]


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