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Grover Cleveland

Born: 1837-03-18 - Died: 1908-06-24
Cause of Death:
Heart Attack


Death Summary: Cleveland was struck with a heart attack at the age of 71 and passed away after years of declining health.

His last words before he passed were "I have tried so hard to do right."

Cleveland was buried in the Princeton Cemetery at Nassau Presbyterian Church.

Who was Grover Cleveland : Stephen Grover Cleveland was the 22nd as well as the 24th president of the United States making him the only president in history to serve two terms that weren't back to back. Benjamin Harrison held office in between.

Cleveland was also the 28th Governor of New York just before his first presidential term.

He was a Democrat known for his strong character, though some of his views divided the Democratic Party.

The majority of his criticism had to do with economic issues. Many felt that he was overwhelmed by them.
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3 Signatures in Grover Cleveland's guestbook

  1. Pat Shaffer Says:

    God Bless Grover Cleveland – a President of True Grit.
    He was one of only 3 people (all Democrats) elected 3 times by popular vote -(A. Jackson-3) (FDR-4)

  2. Alex Says:

    GOD BLESS HIM!!! He was the smartest president that I know and the tuffest president!

  3. virginia parr Says:

    I have a book with grover cleavlands signiture in it about womans rights, hand written in quail 1800′s if interested in seeing contact me at 17402297015 or 13306636967


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