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John Armstrong, Jr. to United States Secretary of War

Under James Madison. Armstrong made a number of valuable changes to the armed forces but was so convinced that the British would not attack Washington that he did nothing to defend the city even when it became clear it was the objective of the invasion force.

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John Armstrong, Jr. to James Monroe

Armstrong was Succeeded by James Monroe as Secretary of War

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John Armstrong, Jr. to William Eustis

Armstrong was Preceded by William Eustis as Secretary of War

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James Barbour to Thomas Jefferson

Jefferson designed Barbour's house called Barboursville

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James Barbour to Philip Pendleton Barbour

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Roger B. Taney to Philip Pendleton Barbour

Barbour served under Taney on the Supreme Court

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Philip Pendleton Barbour to Andrew Jackson

In 1835, Chief Justice Marshall’s death and Justice Gabriel Duvall’s resignation created two vacancies on the Supreme Court. Although rumored to fill Marshall’s vacancy, President Jackson, at the end of his second Presidential term, nominated Judge Barbour to fill Duvall’s vacancy.

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Philip Pendleton Barbour to Congressional Cemetery in Washington D.C

Speaker of the United States House of Representatives and an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. He is the only individual to serve as both Speaker of the House, and as a Justice on the Supreme Court.

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James Barbour to United States Secretary of War

Barbour, who came from a family of large land owners, conflicted with Governor George Troup of Georgia, as Barbour wished to have the government remove Creek Indians from 5 million acres (20,000 km²) of land. Adams signed a treaty approving the removal shortly after taking office

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James Barbour to John Quincy Adams

Barbour, who came from a family of large land owners, conflicted with Governor George Troup of Georgia, as Barbour wished to have the government remove Creek Indians from 5 million acres (20,000 km²) of land. Adams signed a treaty approving the removal shortly after taking office

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James Barbour to John C Calhoun

Barbour was Preceded by John C. Calhoun as Secretary of War

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James Barbour to Peter Buell Porter

Barbour was Succeeded by Peter Buell Porter as Secretary of War

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Le Roy Williams to Peter A Porter

Five men of the 8th NYHA (Sgt. Leroy Williams, Galen S. Hicks, John Duff, Walter Harwood, Samuel Traviss and John Heany) brought Porter's body into the US lines. For his participation in recovering Col. Porter's body, Sgt. Williams was later awarded the Medal of Honor.

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William Harris Crawford to George W Crawford

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William Harris Crawford to George Clinton

Crawford was elected President pro tempore in 1811. When Vice President George Clinton died on April 20, 1812, Crawford, as President pro tempore, became the first "Acting Vice President" until March 4, 1813.

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William Harris Crawford to United States Secretary of War

James Madison appointed him as Secretary of War. After slightly more than a year of satisfactory service in that post (and after disclaiming interest in the 1816 Democratic-Republican nomination for President), Crawford moved within the Cabinet to become Secretary of the Treasury

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William Harris Crawford to James Madison

Madison appointed him as Secretary of War. After slightly more than a year of satisfactory service in that post (and after disclaiming interest in the 1816 Democratic-Republican nomination for President), Crawford moved within the Cabinet to become Secretary of the Treasury

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William Harris Crawford to James Monroe

Crawford was Preceded by James Monroe as Secretary of War

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William Harris Crawford to John C Calhoun

Crawford was Succeeded by John Calhoun as Secretary of War

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Peter A Porter to Hiram Ulysses Grant;

Porter was nominated for New York Secretary of State on September 5, 1863, but declined due to his dedication to the military campaign of Lt. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant, saying that his neighbors had entrusted him with the lives of their sons and he could not leave them while the war lasted.

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