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James Madison Facts | James Madison 4th US President US President: 1809-1817 US Vice President: George Clinton (1809-1812), (Elbridge Gerry 1813-1814) Political Party: Democratic-Republican Birth: March 16, 1751 in Port Conway, Virginia Colony Death: June 28, 1836 June 28, 1836 (aged 85) in Orange, Virginia Education: Princeton University

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Dolley Payne Madison | US President: 1809-1817 US Vice President: George Clinton (1809-1812), (Elbridge Gerry 1813-1814) Political Party: Democratic-Republican Birth: March 16, 1751 in Port Conway, Virginia Colony Death: June 28, 1836 June 28, 1836 (aged 85) in Orange, Virginia Education: Princeton University

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James Madison Quotes | The fourth U.S. president, James Madison believed in a robust yet balanced federal government and is known as the "Father of the Constitution “The advice nearest to my heart and deepest in my convictions is that the Union of the States be cherished and perpetuated.”

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Where is James Madison buried? He was buried in the Madison Family Cemetery at Montpelier.

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Facts about James Madison | In 1762 Madison was sent to a boarding school run by Donald Robertson in King and Queen County, Virginia. He returned to his father’s estate in Orange County, Virginia—called Montpelier—five years later. His father had him stay home and receive private tutoring because he was concerned about Madison’s health. He would experience bouts of ill health throughout his life.

4th US President James Madison

Dolly Madison, three-quarter length portrait of a woman, facing front, seated, 1848, Matthew B. Brady photographer;   half plate daguerreotype, Repository: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington

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Facts About James Madison | Madison inherited his plantation Montpelier in Virginia and therewith owned hundreds of slaves during his lifetime. He served as both a member of the Virginia House of Delegates and as a member of the Continental Congress prior to the Constitutional Convention.

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James Madison was one of two Presidents (the other being George Washington) who signed the U.S. Constitution, with Madison having authored the Virginia Plan that proposed many of the provisions later adopted as the U.S. Constitution.

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