Facts about Chester Arthur
Chester Arthur's Presidency was predicted by James Russel Webster, a
Perry resident. A detailed account of this prediction is found in a
self-written memorial for Webster.
Chester Arthur signed the Edmunds Act that banned bigamists and
polygamists from voting and holding office.
In 1860, Chester Arthur and "Nell" had a son, William Lewis Herndon
Arthur, who was named after Ellen's father. This son died at age two
of a brain disease.
unfounded allegations regarding Chester Arthur's foreign place of
birth, it remained unknown during the Garfield campaign that Arthur
was nevertheless a natural-born subject of the British crown,
Chester Arthur had a banging sex life! #ilovemylife
* tweet Chester A.
Prior to entering politics, Chester Arthur was a member of the
Stalwart faction of the Republican Party.
A Life in Brief: Chester Arthur was the fifth child of a fervent
abolitionist preacher who moved his family from one Baptist parish to
the next throughout New York and Vermont.
By the end of his term in office, Chester Arthur had become a widely
admired president. Publisher Alexander K.
Chester Arthur would be 179 years old this year
With clean-shaven chin, good height, handsome face and side-whiskers,
it is said that Chester Alan Arthur
Chester Arthur Quote: "I may be President of the United States, but my
private life is nobody's damned business.
Chester Arthur, who before his elevation to the Presidency was
considered the very epitome of patronage politics, had ashis major
accomplishment the reform of the civil service system.
Chester Arthur's Presidency was predicted by James Russel Webster:
* He first attended the Baptist church in Perry, the pastor there
Chester Arthur's father was the Reverend William Arthur (1796-1875).
Chester Arthur was born on October 5th 1829 in Fairfield Vermont. His
father was an Irish born preacher; his mother was born in Vermont.
note that Presidents Harry Truman and Chester Arthur came up
through the Pendergast machine...Neither President Trumans nor
President Arthurs administrations were tainted.
* “State of the Union, 1812” ( in Document: Chester Arthur: State of
the Union, 1882 )
The following are some people associated with "Chester A.
Chester Arthur was President from 1881 - 1885.
| Chester Arthur | Grover Cleveland (1) | Benjamin Harrison | Grover
Cleveland (2) | William McKinley |
| Theodore Roosevelt | William Taft | T.
Ellan Lewis Herdon and Chester Arthur were married on October 25, 1859
in New York City.
Chester Arthur served in the Civil War.
Chester Arthur was our 21st President, and another Vermonter, who
presided over the ribbon cutting for the Brooklyn Bridge and
redecorated the White House.
Chester Arthur, the son of a Baptist minister, was born in
Fairfield, Vermont, on 5th October, 1829.
Chester Arthur pronounced his middle name, Alan, with the stress on
the second syllable - "Al-AN.