George Clinton (vice president) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - His pew in St Paul's Chapel in New York City

George Clinton (vice president) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - His pew in St Paul's Chapel in New York City

Grave Marker- George Clinton (vice president) - in Kingston New York. http://thefuneralsource.org/trad0901.html

George Clinton (vice president) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - Grave Monument in Kingston New York

George Clinton (vice president) - Wikipedia

This day in history - July 1777 - Brigadier General George Clinton is elected as New York's first governor. He held the office until then again in 1801 to In 1805 he was elected Vice President of the US.

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George Clinton - New York March 1805 - April 1812 (Died) Democratic- Republican Under President Jefferson Prior Office: Governor of New York

3rd President of the United States In office March 4, 1801 – March 4, 1809 Vice President	Aaron Burr (1801–1805) George Clinton (1805–1809) Preceded by	John Adams Succeeded by	James Madison 2nd Vice President of the United States In office March 4, 1797 – March 4, 1801 President	John Adams Preceded by	John Adams Succeeded by	Aaron Burr 1st United States Secretary of State In office March 22, 1790 – December 31, 1793 President	George Washington Preceded by	John Jay (Acting) Succeeded…

3rd President of the United States In office March 4, 1801 – March 4, 1809 Vice President Aaron Burr (1801–1805) George Clinton (1805–1809) Preceded by John Adams Succeeded by James Madison 2nd Vice President of the United States In office March 4, 1797 – March 4, 1801 President John Adams Preceded by John Adams Succeeded by Aaron Burr 1st United States Secretary of State In office March 22, 1790 – December 31, 1793 President George Washington Preceded by John Jay (Acting) Succeeded…

George  Clinton, 4th 1805-1812 (died in office) Vice President to Thomas Jefferson 1805-1809  Vice President to James Madison 1809-1812

George Clinton, (died in office) Vice President to Thomas Jefferson Vice President to James Madison

George Clinton served as Vice-president to Thomas Jefferson from 1805-1809. George also served as Vice-president to James Madison from 1809-1812. He was born on June 26, 1739 in Little Britain, New York and died on April 20, 1812 (aged 72) in Washington, D.C.

George Clinton served as Vice-president to Thomas Jefferson from George also served as Vice-president to James Madison from He was born on June 1739 in Little Britain, New York and died on April 1812 (aged in Washington, D.

George Clinton 1739-1812 Revolutionary War Hero And Fourth Vice-President Of The United States From Painting By Alonzo Chappel Canvas Art - Ken Welsh Design Pics (11 x 17)

George Clinton 1739-1812 Revolutionary War Hero And Fourth Vice-President Of The United States From Painting By Alonzo Chappel Canvas Art - Ken Welsh Design Pics (11 x 17)

George Clinton Revolutionary War Hero And Fourth Vice-President Of The United States From Painting By Alonzo Chappel Canvas Art - Ken Welsh Design Pics x

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