Facts About William McKinley
|Presidency||William McKinley, 25th President of United States, (March 4, 1897, September 14, 1901)|
|Born||January 29, 1843, in Niles, Ohio, around |
|Death||September 14, 1901, near Buffalo, Nyc, in America|
|Cause of Death||Assassinator killed him|
|Grave||William McKinley National Memorial, Canton, OH|
|Parents||William McKinley Sr > Nancy Allison |
|Spouse||Ida Saxton McKinley (m. 1871–1901).|
|Children’s||Katherine McKinley > Ida McKinley|
More About William McKinley
- McKinley was Lawyer, Politician and Statesman.
- He intended to become a Methodist minister.
- He was the a hero of the Civil War and colonel Rutherford B. Hayes became a lifelong friend and mentor.
- He helped keep a gang of Coal miners out of Prison.
- He was the fifth president from Ohio in 28 years.
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