Genealogy

June 4, 2014

John & Mary CoolidgeCame from Cottenham, England in 1630, when John was 27 years of age.They settled in Watertown, MA. |John |Elizabeth |Simonb. 1632m. Hannah Barron, 1657 |Nathaniel |Mary |Stephen |Obadiah |Jonathan     |Obadiah (second child) b. 1663; m. Elizabeth Rouse 1686 or 1687 Obadiah (fifth child) b. 1694; m. Rachel Goddard 1717 Josiah (first child) […]

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Coolidge Chronology

June 3, 2014

Grace Coolidge Dies After the death of her husband, Grace Coolidge sells the Beeches in Northampton and auctions off furniture as well with the proceeds going to the Red Cross. She builds a new house called Road Forks in Northampton with the living area on the second floor for privacy. She keeps up her work […]

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Coolidge Chronology

June 2, 2014

Calvin Coolidge as Vice-president Vice President Calvin Coolidge: “We found it a most enjoyable opportunity for getting acquainted and could scarcely comprehend how anyone who had the privilege of sitting at a table surrounded by representatives of the cabinet, the Congress, the diplomatic corps, and the army and navy would not find it interesting.” He […]

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Coolidge Chronology

May 29, 2014

Elected Vice-president The Harding/Coolidge ticket wins in 1920. Warren G. Harding of Marion, Ohio was a U.S. Senator. He had been a newspaper printer and managed The Star, a local paper. He had served as Lieutenant-Governor. Their opponents are James M. Cox and Franklin D. Roosevelt. Cox worked in the newspaper field until he became […]

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Coolidge Chronology

May 29, 2014

Nominated for Vice-president The Coolidge Family hearing the news that Calvin Coolidge has been selected by the Republican Party to be a Vice Presidential nominee with Warren Harding as the Presidential nominee, 1920, Northampton, MA.”Massachusetts did not present my name (at the GOP convention of 1920), because my friends knew I did not want to […]

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