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HELP! Grave has been located U.S. President flag photo of Andrew JACKSON   Andrew  JACKSON

  (b. 15 March 1767 Lancaster, Waxhaws, Crown Colony of South Carolina   d. 8 June 1845 Nashville, Tennessee, USA )  
Cause of Death: consumption and dropsy

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Andrew JACKSON was born 15 March 1767 in Lancaster, Waxhaws, Crown Colony of South Carolina

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Andrew  married  Rachel Stockley DONELSON 17 January 1794 in Natchez, West Florida, New Spain .  Rachel Stockley DONELSON  was born 15 June 1767 in Halifax, Virginia, USA.  Rachel Stockley died 22 December 1828 in Nashville, Tennessee, USA. 

Andrew JACKSON died 8 June 1845 in Nashville, Tennessee, USA.

Occupation: President of the United States



son of Andrew Jackson and Elizabeth Hutchinson

By the age of 14, all of the members of Andrew Jackson's immediate family were dead.


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Biography
ANDREW JACKSON, the seventh President of the United States, was born in Waxhaw settlement, N. C,, March 15, 1767, a few days after his father's death. His parents were poor emigrants from Ireland, and took up their abode in Waxhaw settlement, where they lived in deepest poverty.

Andrew, or Andy, as he was universally called, grew up a very rough, rude, turbulent boy. His features were coarse, his form ungainly, and there was but very little in his character made visible which was attractive.

When only thirteen years old he joined the volunteers of Carolina against the British invasion. In 1781, he and his brother Robert were captured and imprisoned for a time at Camden. A British officer ordered him to brush his mud-spattered hoots. 'I am a prisoner of war, not your servant,' was the reply of the dauntless boy.

Andrew supported himself in various ways, such as working at the saddler's trade, teaching school, and clerking in a general store, until 1784, when he entered a law...Read MORE...


Portrait and Biographical Record of Dubuque, Jones and Clayton Counties, Iowa, Chapman Pub Co, 1894
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Andrew JACKSON and Rachel Stockley DONELSON 17 January 1794, Natchez, West Florida, New Spain

He was 26 years old.

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NewsThe War of 1812 was a conflict between the United States and Great Britain, lasting from 1812 to 1815. It was primarily fueled by issues such as trade restrictions due to Britain's ongoing war with France, impressment of American sailors into the British Navy, and British support of Native American tribes against American expansion. The war ended with the Treaty of Ghent, restoring pre-war boundaries but resolving few of the initial disputes.
1815 - British defeated by Andrew Jackson in Battle of New Orleans

The Battle of New Orleans in 1815 was a pivotal event in American history, marking the final major battle of the War of 1812 between the United States and Great Britain. The battle took place from January 8 to January 18, 1815, primarily fought between British forces under General Edward Pakenham and American forces led by General Andrew Jackson. Despite being outnumbered and outgunned, Jackson's forces achieved a decisive victory, which elevated Jackson to national fame and solidified his status as a military hero.

The battle is particularly notable for its timing, as it occurred after the Treaty of Ghent had been signed in December 1814, officially ending the war. However, news of the treaty's signing had not yet reached the combatants in Louisiana, leading to the continuation of hostilities.
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1818 - Western portion of Kentucky purchased from the Chickasaw Indians (Jackson Purchase)
In 1818, Andrew Jackson, a Tennessee general, and Isaac Shelby, Revolutionary War hero and former governor of Kentucky, negotiated a significant land purchase known as the Jackson Purchase. This agreement involved the acquisition of a vast territory in the western portion of Kentucky from the Chickasaw Indians. The land, totaling around 7,000 square miles, was acquired in exchange for a payment of $300,000. The Jackson Purchase was a part of the broader U.S. government's policy of Indian removal, which sought to acquire Native American lands for white settlement.

The acquisition of the Jackson Purchase had several implications. It opened up new lands for American settlement, particularly for farmers looking for fertile land in the west. The purchase also helped to secure the western frontier of the United States, creating a buffer zone between Native American territories and the expanding American settlements. Additionally, the acquisition of the Jackson Purchase furthered the...Read MORE...


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1828 Death of Spouse/Partner
Rachel Stockley DONELSON died 22 December 1828, Nashville, Tennessee, USA
1829 - March 4 - Andrew Jackson (1767-1845) becomes 7th President of the United States.
As president, Jackson greatly expanded the power and prestige of the presidential office and carried through an unprecedented program of domestic reform, vetoing the bill to extend the United States Bank, moving toward a hard-money currency policy, and checking the program of federal internal improvements. He also vindicated federal authority against South Carolina with its doctrine of nullification and against France on the question of debts. The support given his policies by the workingmen of the East as well as by the farmers of the East, West, and South resulted in his triumphant reelection in 1832 over Clay.

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Portrait and Biographical Record of Dubuque, Jones and Clayton Counties, Iowa, Chapman Pub Co, 1894
1830 - The Indian Removal Act marks the beginning of the forced relocation of five tribes of native Americans, known as Trail of Tears
The Indian Removal Act was a law passed by Congress on May 28, 1830, during the presidency of Andrew Jackson. It authorized the president to negotiate with Indian tribes in the Southern United States for their removal to federal territory west of the Mississippi River in exchange for their homelands.

The act was strongly supported by non-native people of the South, who were eager to gain access to lands inhabited by the Five Civilized Tribes. Christian missionaries, most notably Jeremiah Evarts, protested against its passage.

The 'Five Civilized Tribes,' made up of the Chickasaw, Choctaw, Muscogee-Creek, Seminole, and original Cherokee Nations, had been established as autonomous nations in the southeastern United States.
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At the beginning of the 1830s, nearly 125,000 Native Americans lived on millions of acres of land in Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama, North Carolina and Florida–land their ancestors had occupied and cultivated for generations. By the end of the...Read MORE...


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NewsFrom the 1840s through the 1880s, thousands trekked westward, carrying only a few belonging and supplies for the journey, and settling on the western frontier, forever changing the American West.
Invention 1843 - The Christmas card is invented (Sir Henry Cole and John Callcott Horsley, England)

Artificial Freezer Patented (Nancy M. Johnson, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA)
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Name: Andrew Jackson
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Event Type: Burial
Event Date: 1845
Event Place: Nashville, Davidson, Tennessee, United States of America
Photograph Included: Yes
Birth Date: 15 Mar 1767
Death Date: 08 Jun 1845
Affiliate Record Identifier: 534
Cemetery: The Hermitage

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Jackson Family Cemetery Hermitage Davidson County Tennessee, USA
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death1845 Death
8 June 1845
Nashville, Tennessee, USA

He died at the age of 78.

Andrew is buried at: Jackson Family Cemetery Hermitage Davidson County Tennessee, USA
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Did You Know?Carolina is from the Latin word for Charles (Carolus) honoring King Charles I of England (who made the original land grant in 1629). South Carolina was formed in 1729, when the Carolina colony was divided in two. (statesymbolsusa.org)

Prior to 1729 - Crown Colony of Carolina
1729 - 1788 - Crown Colony of South Carolina
May 23, 1788 - South Carolina becomes 8th U.S. state


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