Facts About Millard Fillmore
|Presidency||Millard Fillmore, 13th President of United States, (July 10, 1850 – March 3, 1853)|
|Political Party||Know Nothing till 1856, Anti-Masonic 1832, Whig (1832–55), Democracy (1857–74)|
|Born||January 7, 1800, Millard Fillmore was conceived near Moravia, New York|
|Died||March 8, 1874, near Buffalo, New York at age 74|
|Cause of Death||Stroke|
|Grave||USA’s Forest Meadow Graveyard|
|Parents||Nathaniel Fillmore and Phoebe Millard|
|Spouse||Abigail Roles (m. in 1826) & passed around 1853, and Caroline McIntosh was his 2nd wife (m. 1858)|
|Children’s||Millard and Mary|
More About Millard Fillmore
- Millard Fillmore was the Lawyer, Politician, and Statesman.
- In congress, he opposed admitting Texas as a slave territory.
- Millard Fillmore rose up out of extreme poverty.
- Filmore fell in love with and married his teacher, Abigail Powers.
- He was part of a very poor family.
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