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George Horace GALLUP (1901-1984), founder of the American Institute of Public Opinion (1935), pollster and statistician. Married Ophelia Smith Miller.

James Abram GARFIELD (1831-1881), 20th U. S. President, Maj. General with Civil War service as a Col., professor. He was a U. S. Representative, President Elect, and Senator Elect at the same time (Nov. 4-8, 1880). Garfield was shot July 2, 1881 by Charles J. GUITEAU, and died Sep. 19, 1881. He had married Lucretia RUDOLPH (1832-1918), 17th First Lady.

James Abram GARFIELD (1831-1881), 20th U. S. President, Maj. General with Civil War service as a Col., professor. He was a U. S. Representative, President Elect, and Senator Elect at the same time (Nov. 4-8, 1880). Garfield was shot July 2, 1881 by Charles J. GUITEAU, and died Sep. 19, 1881. He had married Lucretia RUDOLPH (1832-1918), 17th First Lady.

William Henry 'Bill' GATES III (b. 1955), co-founder of Microsoft. Married 1994 Melinda FRENCH.

Dorothy GISH (1898-1968) and Lillian GISH (1893-1993), actresses and motion picture pioneers.

Robert Hutchings GODDARD (1882-1945), rocket scientist and space pioneer, inventor of liquid fueled rocket (1926), experimenter at Roswell, NM from 1934.

Benjamin Franklin 'B. F.' GOODRICH (1841-1888), industrialist, founder of B. F. Goodrich Rubber Co., Akron, OH, Army surgeon in Civil War, married Mary MARVIN.

Charles GOODYEAR (1800-1860), inventor and tire manufacturer, developer of vulcanization process (1844).

Albert Arnold GORE, Jr. (b. 1948), 45th U. S. Vice President (1993-2001), Senator (1985-1993), Representative (1977-1985), journalist (1973-1976), married in 1970 to Mary Elizabeth 'Tipper' AITCHESON (b. 1948). [Autograph]

Ulysses Simpson GRANT (1822-1885), 18th U. S. President, General of the Army (Lt. Gen. during Civil War), and author of his Memoirs (1885), married Julia Boggs DENT (1826-1902), 15th First Lady.

Ulysses Simpson GRANT (1822-1885), 18th U. S. President, General of the Army (Lt. Gen. during Civil War), and author of his Memoirs (1885), married Julia Boggs DENT (1826-1902), 15th First Lady.

Matthew GRISWOLD (1833-1919), founder of Griswold Manufacturing Company of Erie, PA in 1865, married first in 1866  to Sarah OLMSTEAD (1840-1871), and second in 1876 to Anna Brooks SCHENCK (1845-1936).

Melville Bell GROSVENOR (b. 1901), President of the National Geographic Society (1957-1967). He was the son, grandson, and great grandson of National Geographic Society Presidents, and his son Gilbert Mellville GROSVENOR became President of the National Geographic Society in 1967.

Capt. Nathan HALE (1755-1776), hero of the Revolution who was hung by British as a spy - "I only regret that I have but one life to give for my country."

Garrison Kent HALL (1917-1973). Accountant and publisher, founder of G. K. Hall & Co. He married first Sylvia Russell FLETCHER (b. 1922), and second Betty Ann JENSEN.

Hannibal HAMLIN (1809-1891), 15th Vice President (1861-1865), Minister to Spain (1881-1882), U. S. Senator from ME (1869-1881, 1857-1861, 1848-1857), Governor of ME (1857), U. S. Representative from ME (1843-1847), attorney (1833-1843), married Sarah Jane EMERY (b. c1813). [Autograph]

John HANCOCK (1737-1793), President of Continental Congress, signer of Declaration of Independence, and Gov. of Massachusetts.

William Gamaliel HARDING(1865-1923), 28th U. S. President, U.S. Senator (1915-1921), and Marion, OH Star owner and editor, married 1891 the 26th First Lady Florence KLING (1860-1924), divorced from Henry DEWOLFE.

Benjamin HARRISON (1833-1901), 23rd U. S. President, U.S. Senator, Brig. General, and attorney, married first Caroline Lavinia SCOTT (1832-1892), 19th First Lady, and second, after his Presidency, Mary Scott LORD DIMMICK (1858-1948).

William Henry HARRISON (1773-1841), 9th U. S. President, U. S. Senator, U. S. Representative, IN Territorial Gov., and Maj. Gen., married Anna Tuthill SYMMES (1775-1864), 6th First Lady.

William Henry HARRISON (1773-1841), 9th U. S. President, U. S. Senator, U. S. Representative, IN Territorial Gov., and Maj. Gen., married Anna Tuthill SYMMES (1775-1864), 6th First Lady.

Thomas HASTINGS (1784-1872) [Photo], editor, professor of music, author of over 600 hymns, composer of over 1000 tunes (including tune for "Rock of Ages"), and music publisher (united words and tune of "Just As I Am"). An albino, he had poor eyesight throughout life.

Nathaniel HAWTHORNE (1804-1864), author, U.S. consul to Liverpool, England (1853-1858), surveyor for the port of Salem (1845-1849), Boston customhouse weigher (1839-1841), writer (1825-1863), graduated Bowdoin College 1825. Published a number of volumes of short stories and novels, notably Twice Told Tales (1837 and 1842), Mosses from an Old Manse (1846), The Scarlet Letter (1850), The House of Seven Gables (1851), Tanglewood Tales (1853), and The Marble Faun (1860). Married in 1842 to Sophia Amelia PEABODY (1809-1871).

Rutherford Birchard HAYES (1822-1893), 19th U. S. President, Gov. of Ohio, Brig. General, and attorney, married Lucy Ware WEBB (1831-1889), 16th First Lady.

Rutherford Birchard HAYES (1822-1893), 19th U. S. President, Gov. of Ohio, Brig. General, and attorney, married Lucy Ware 'Lemonade Lucy' WEBB (1831-1889), 16th First Lady.

Ernest HEMINGWAY (1899-1961), novelist, short story writer, and journalist.

James Butler 'Wild Bill' HICKOK (1837-1876), U.S. Marshal and Deputy Marshall (1866-71), Union Army Scout during Civil War, stage driver.

Dr. Brewster HIGLEY (1823-1911), author of "Home on the Range" (org. "A Home in the West").

Frederick HOLBROOK (1813-1909), Governor of VT (1861-1863), President of the VT Agricultural Society, VT State Senator, commercial farmer, married Harriet GOODHUE. [Ref. Vermont History, Vol. 32, No. 2 (Apr 1964), pp. 65-77]

Joseph Perry HOLBROOK (1822-1888), hymn composer. Tunes composed include Bible Song, Bishop, Clinton, Miriam, and Refuge, the later being used as an alternate tune for "Jesus, Lover Of My Soul".

Herbert Clark HOOVER (1874-1964), 31st U. S. President, Secretary of Commerce, U. S. Food Administrator, chairman of many goverment committees, and mining engineer, married Lou HENRY (1874-1944), 28th First Lady.

Harriet Goodhue HOSMER (1830-1908), sculptor, 'Queen Isabella' 1894 and 1868, 'Sleeping Faun' 1865, 'Zenobia' 1861, 'Puck' 1856, 'Oenone' 1855, 'The Clasped Hands of Mr. and Mrs. Browning' 1853, and others, studied in Rome 1853-1860, studied in St. Louis and Boston to 1852.

Elias HOWE, Jr. (1819-1867), inventor and developer of sewing machine.

Henry HUDSON (d. 1611), English mariner and explorer for the Muscovy Company and the Dutch East India Company. Captain of the Half Moon when it ascended the Hudson River in 1609 and the Discovery when it entered Hudson Bay in 1610.


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