List of Vice Presidents of the United States by age

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This is a list of Vice Presidents of the United States by age. The first table charts the age of each United States Vice President at the time of their presidential inauguration (first inauguration if they were elected to multiple and consecutive terms), at the time they left office, and at the time of their death. Each vice president's age at death, their lifespan, is measured in two ways; this is to allow for the differing number of leap days occurring within each one's life. The first figure is the number of days between date of birth and date of death, allowing for leap days; in parentheses the same period given in years and days, with the years being the number of whole years that the vice president lived, and the days being the number of days after their last birthday. Where the vice president is still living, lifespan is calculated up to December 8, 2016.

Overview[edit]

The median age of accession is roughly 53 years and 6 months, which is how old John Adams was at his inauguration. The youngest vice president to assume office was John C. Breckinridge, at the age of 36 years, 47 days. Serving only one term, he became and remains the youngest at the time of leaving office. The oldest vice president to assume office was Alben W. Barkley, at the age of 71 years, 57 days. He was also the oldest in office when he left office.

The oldest living vice president is George H. W. Bush, born on June 12, 1924 (age 92 years, 179 days); he is also the oldest living president. The second oldest living vice president, Walter Mondale, has the distinction of having the longest post vice presidency in U.S. history, 35 years, 323 days. The youngest living vice president is Al Gore, born on March 31, 1948 (age 68 years, 252 days). The longest-lived vice president was John Nance Garner, who died at the age of 98 years, 350 days. He surpassed Levi Morton for this distinction on November 23, 1964. (Morton had surpassed the longevity of the nation's first Vice President, John Adams, on January 20, 1915.) The shortest-lived vice president was Daniel D. Tompkins, who died at the age of 50 years, 355 days.

Since 1797, when John Adams' service as Vice President ended, there have been only two periods in American history where there has not been a living former Vice President:

  • July 4, 1891 to March 4, 1893, between the death of Hannibal Hamlin (Abraham Lincoln's first Vice President), and the end of Levi Morton's vice presidency; and
  • May 16, 1920 to March 4, 1921, between Morton's own death, and the end of Thomas R. Marshall's vice presidency.

The greatest number of former vice presidents alive at any one time has been six, and included: Richard Nixon, Spiro Agnew, Gerald Ford, Walter Mondale, George H. W. Bush, and Dan Quayle. This occurred between Al Gore's first inauguration as Vice President on January 20, 1993, and Nixon's death on April 22, 1994.

Prior to passage of the Twenty-fifth Amendment to the United States Constitution, a vacancy in the office of the Vice President could not be filled until the next post-election inauguration. Such vacancies were common; sixteen occurred before the 25th Amendment was ratified, as a result of: seven deaths, one resignation, and eight cases in which the vice president succeeded to the presidency. This amendment allowed for a vacancy to be filled with appointment by the President and confirmation by both chambers of the U.S. Congress. Since the Amendment's passage, two vice presidents have been appointed through this process, Gerald Ford in 1973 (following Spiro Agnew's resignation) and Nelson Rockefeller in 1974 (following Ford's ascension to the presidency upon Nixon's resignation).

Five U.S. Vice Presidents have lived into their 90s. They are (in order of birth):

Official Presidential portrait of John Adams.
John Adams
(1735–1826)
 
Photograph of Levi Morton.
Levi P. Morton
(1824–1920)
 
Picture of John Nance Garner.
John Nance Garner
(1868–1967)
 
Official portrait of Gerald R. Ford.
Gerald Ford
(1913–2006)
 
Official portrait of George H. W. Bush.
George H. W. Bush
(Born 1924)
 

Vice Presidents of the United States by age[edit]

# Vice President Birth date Inauguration
date
Age at
inauguration
Vice Presidency
end date
Age at
end date
Post-vice presidency
timespan
Death date Lifespan
1 Adams, JohnJohn Adams Oct 30, 1735 Apr 21, 1789 53 years, 173 days Mar 4, 1797 61 years, 125 days 10,71310,713 days
(29 years, 122 days)
Jul 4, 1826 90 years, 247 days
(33,119 days)
2 Jefferson, ThomasThomas Jefferson Apr 13, 1743 Mar 4, 1797 53 years, 325 days Mar 4, 1801 57 years, 325 days 09,2539,253 days
(25 years, 122 days)
Jul 4, 1826 83 years, 82 days
(30,397 days)
3 Burr, AaronAaron Burr Feb 6, 1756 Mar 4, 1801 45 years, 26 days Mar 4, 1805 49 years, 26 days 11,51711,517 days
(31 years, 194 days)
Sep 14, 1836 80 years, 221 days
(29,440 days)
4 Clinton, GeorgeGeorge Clinton Jul 26, 1739 Mar 4, 1805 65 years, 221 days Apr 20, 1812[a] 72 years, 269 days 00,0000 days Apr 20, 1812 72 years, 269 days
(26,566 days)
5 Gerry, ElbridgeElbridge Gerry Jul 17, 1744 Mar 4, 1813 68 years, 230 days Nov 23, 1814[a] 70 years, 129 days 00,0000 days Nov 23, 1814 70 years, 129 days
(25,695 days)
6 Tompkins, Daniel D.Daniel D. Tompkins Jun 21, 1774 Mar 4, 1817 42 years, 256 days Mar 4, 1825 50 years, 256 days 00,09999 days Jun 11, 1825 50 years, 355 days
(18,617 days)
7 Calhoun, John C.John C. Calhoun Mar 18, 1782 Mar 4, 1825 42 years, 351 days Dec 28, 1832[b] 50 years, 285 days 06,3026,302 days
(17 years, 93 days)
Mar 31, 1850 68 years, 13 days
(24,849 days)
8 Van Buren, MartinMartin Van Buren Dec 5, 1782 Mar 4, 1833 50 years, 89 days Mar 4, 1837 54 years, 89 days 09,2739,273 days
(25 years, 142 days)
Jul 24, 1862 79 years, 231 days
(29,085 days)
9 Johnson, Richard M.Richard M. Johnson Oct 17, 1780 Mar 4, 1837 56 years, 138 days Mar 4, 1841 60 years, 138 days 03,5473,547 days
(9 years, 260 days)
Nov 19, 1850 70 years, 33 days
(25,599 days)
10 Tyler, JohnJohn Tyler Mar 29, 1790 Mar 4, 1841 50 years, 340 days Apr 4, 1841[c] 51 years, 6 days 07,5947,594 days
(20 years, 289 days)
Jan 18, 1862 71 years, 295 days
(26,227 days)
11 Dallas, George M.George M. Dallas Jul 10, 1792 Mar 4, 1845 52 years, 237 days Mar 4, 1849 56 years, 237 days 05,7815,781 days
(15 years, 302 days)
Dec 31, 1864 72 years, 174 days
(26,471 days)
12 Fillmore, MillardMillard Fillmore Jan 7, 1800 Mar 4, 1849 49 years, 56 days Jul 9, 1850[c] 50 years, 183 days 08,6438,643 days
(23 years, 242 days)
Mar 8, 1874 74 years, 60 days
(27,088 days)
13 King, William R.William R. King Apr 7, 1786 Mar 4, 1853 66 years, 331 days Apr 18, 1853[a] 67 years, 11 days 00,0000 days Apr 18, 1853 67 years, 11 days
(24,482 days)
14 Breckinridge, John C.John C. Breckinridge Jan 16, 1821 Mar 4, 1857 36 years, 47 days Mar 4, 1861 40 years, 47 days 05,1875,187 days
(14 years, 74 days)
May 17, 1875 54 years, 121 days
(19,844 days)
15 Hamlin, HannibalHannibal Hamlin Aug 27, 1809 Mar 4, 1861 51 years, 189 days Mar 4, 1865 55 years, 189 days 09,6189,618 days
(26 years, 122 days)
Jul 4, 1891 81 years, 311 days
(29,896 days)
16 Johnson, AndrewAndrew Johnson Dec 29, 1808 Mar 4, 1865 56 years, 65 days Apr 15, 1865[c] 56 years, 107 days 03,7593,759 days
(10 years, 107 days)
Jul 31, 1875 66 years, 214 days
(24,320 days)
17 Colfax, SchuylerSchuyler Colfax Mar 23, 1823 Mar 4, 1869 45 years, 346 days Mar 4, 1873 49 years, 346 days 04,3334,333 days
(11 years, 315 days)
Jan 13, 1885 61 years, 296 days
(22,577 days)
18 Wilson, HenryHenry Wilson Feb 16, 1812 Mar 4, 1873 61 years, 16 days Nov 22, 1875[a] 63 years, 279 days 00,0000 days Nov 22, 1875 63 years, 279 days
(23,290 days)
19 Wheeler, William A.William A. Wheeler Jun 30, 1819 Mar 4, 1877 57 years, 247 days Mar 4, 1881 61 years, 247 days 02,2832,283 days
(6 years, 92 days)
Jun 4, 1887 67 years, 339 days
(24,811 days)
20 Arthur, Chester A.Chester A. Arthur Oct 5, 1829 Mar 4, 1881 51 years, 150 days Sep 19, 1881[c] 51 years, 349 days 01,8861,886 days
(5 years, 60 days)
Nov 18, 1886 57 years, 44 days
(20,863 days)
21 Hendricks, Thomas A.Thomas A. Hendricks Sep 7, 1819 Mar 4, 1885 65 years, 178 days Nov 25, 1885[a] 66 years, 75 days 00,0000 days Nov 25, 1885 66 years, 79 days
(24,186 days)
22 Morton, Levi P.Levi P. Morton May 16, 1824 Mar 4, 1889 64 years, 292 days Mar 4, 1893 68 years, 292 days 09,9349,934 days
(27 years, 73 days)
May 16, 1920 96 years, 0 days
(35,063 days)
23 Stevenson, Adlai E.Adlai E. Stevenson Oct 23, 1835 Mar 4, 1893 57 years, 132 days Mar 4, 1897 61 years, 132 days 06,3106,310 days
(17 years, 102 days)
Jun 14, 1914 78 years, 234 days
(28,723 days)
24 Hobart, GarretGarret Hobart Jun 3, 1844 Mar 4, 1897 52 years, 274 days Nov 21, 1899[a] 55 years, 171 days 00,0000 days Nov 21, 1899 55 years, 171 days
(20,259 days)
25 Roosevelt, TheodoreTheodore Roosevelt Oct 27, 1858 Mar 4, 1901 42 years, 128 days Sep 14, 1901[c] 42 years, 322 days 06,3236,323 days
(17 years, 114 days)
Jan 6, 1919 60 years, 71 days
(21,985 days)
26 Fairbanks, Charles W.Charles W. Fairbanks May 11, 1852 Mar 4, 1905 52 years, 297 days Mar 4, 1909 56 years, 297 days 03,3793,379 days
(9 years, 92 days)
Jun 4, 1918 66 years, 24 days
(24,129 days)
27 Sherman, James S.James S. Sherman Oct 24, 1855 Mar 4, 1909 53 years, 131 days Oct 30, 1912[a] 57 years, 6 days 00,0000 days Oct 30, 1912 57 years, 6 days
(20,825 days)
28 Marshall, Thomas R.Thomas R. Marshall Mar 14, 1854 Mar 4, 1913 58 years, 355 days Mar 4, 1921 66 years, 355 days 01,5501,550 days
(4 years, 89 days)
Jun 1, 1925 71 years, 79 days
(26,011 days)
29 Coolidge, CalvinCalvin Coolidge Jul 4, 1872 Mar 4, 1921 48 years, 243 days Aug 2, 1923[c] 51 years, 29 days 03,4443,444 days
(9 years, 156 days)
Jan 5, 1933 60 years, 185 days
(22,099 days)
30 Dawes, Charles G.Charles G. Dawes Aug 27, 1865 Mar 4, 1925 59 years, 189 days Mar 4, 1929 63 years, 189 days 08,0858,085 days
(22 years, 50 days)
Apr 23, 1951 85 years, 239 days
(31,284 days)
31 Curtis, CharlesCharles Curtis Jan 25, 1860 Mar 4, 1929 69 years, 38 days Mar 4, 1933 73 years, 38 days 01,0711,071 days
(2 years, 341 days)
Feb 8, 1936 76 years, 14 days
(27,772 days)
32 Garner, John N.John N. Garner Nov 22, 1868 Mar 4, 1933 64 years, 102 days Jan 20, 1941 72 years, 59 days 09,7879,787 days
(26 years, 291 days)
Nov 7, 1967 98 years, 350 days
(36,143 days)
33 Wallace, Henry A.Henry A. Wallace Oct 7, 1888 Jan 20, 1941 52 years, 105 days Jan 20, 1945 56 years, 105 days 07,6077,607 days
(20 years, 302 days)
Nov 18, 1965 77 years, 42 days
(28,165 days)
34 Truman, Harry S.Harry S. Truman May 8, 1884 Jan 20, 1945 60 years, 257 days Apr 12, 1945[c] 60 years, 339 days 10,12010,120 days
(27 years, 258 days)
Dec 26, 1972 88 years, 232 days
(32,373 days)
35 Barkley, Alben W.Alben W. Barkley Nov 24, 1877 Jan 20, 1949 71 years, 57 days Jan 20, 1953 75 years, 57 days 01,1961,196 days
(3 years, 101 days)
Apr 30, 1956 78 years, 158 days
(28,646 days)
36 Nixon, RichardRichard Nixon Jan 9, 1913 Jan 20, 1953 40 years, 11 days Jan 20, 1961 48 years, 11 days 12,14512,145 days
(33 years, 92 days)
Apr 22, 1994 81 years, 103 days
(29,688 days)
37 Johnson, Lyndon B.Lyndon B. Johnson Aug 27, 1908 Jan 20, 1961 52 years, 146 days Nov 22, 1963[c] 55 years, 87 days 03,3493,349 days
(9 years, 61 days)
Jan 22, 1973 64 years, 148 days
(23,524 days)
38 Humphrey, HubertHubert Humphrey May 27, 1911 Jan 20, 1965 53 years, 238 days Jan 20, 1969 57 years, 238 days 03,2803,280 days
(8 years, 358 days)
Jan 13, 1978 66 years, 231 days
(24,338 days)
39 Agnew, SpiroSpiro Agnew Nov 9, 1918 Jan 20, 1969 50 years, 72 days Oct 10, 1973[b] 54 years, 335 days 08,3788,378 days
(22 years, 343 days)
Sep 17, 1996 77 years, 313 days
(28,437 days)
40 Ford, GeraldGerald Ford Jul 14, 1913 Dec 6, 1973[d] 60 years, 145 days Aug 9, 1974[c] 61 years, 26 days 11,82711,827 days
(32 years, 139 days)
Dec 26, 2006 93 years, 165 days
(34,133 days)
41 Rockefeller, NelsonNelson Rockefeller Jul 8, 1908 Dec 19, 1974[d] 66 years, 164 days Jan 20, 1977 68 years, 196 days 00,736736 days
(2 years, 6 days)
Jan 26, 1979 70 years, 202 days
(25,769 days)
42 Mondale, WalterWalter Mondale Jan 5, 1928 Jan 20, 1977 49 years, 15 days Jan 20, 1981 53 years, 15 days 13,10613,106 days
(35 years, 323 days)
2016-12-8 88 years, 338 days
(32,480 days)
43 Bush, George H. W.George H. W. Bush Jun 12, 1924 Jan 20, 1981 56 years, 222 days Jan 20, 1989 64 years, 222 days 10,18410,184 days
(27 years, 323 days)
2016-12-8 92 years, 179 days
(33,782 days)
44 Quayle, DanDan Quayle Feb 4, 1947 Jan 20, 1989 41 years, 351 days Jan 20, 1993 45 years, 351 days 08,7238,723 days
(23 years, 323 days)
2016-12-8 69 years, 308 days
(25,510 days)
45 Gore, AlAl Gore Mar 31, 1948 Jan 20, 1993 44 years, 295 days Jan 20, 2001 52 years, 295 days 05,8015,801 days
(15 years, 323 days)
2016-12-8 68 years, 252 days
(25,089 days)
46 Cheney, DickDick Cheney Jan 30, 1941 Jan 20, 2001 59 years, 356 days Jan 20, 2009 67 years, 356 days 02,8792,879 days
(7 years, 323 days)
2016-12-8 75 years, 313 days
(27,706 days)
47 Biden, JoeJoe Biden Nov 20, 1942 Jan 20, 2009 66 years, 61 days Scheduled:
Jan 20, 2017
(74 years, 61 days) 24,448 2016-12-8 74 years, 18 days
(27,047 days)
48 Pence, MikeMike Pence (elect) Jun 7, 1959 Scheduled:
Jan 20, 2017
(57 years, 227 days) 2016-12-8 80 years, 0 days 24,448 2016-12-8 57 years, 184 days
(21,004 days)
# Vice President Birth date Inauguration
date
Age at
inauguration
Vice Presidency
end date
Age at
end date
Post-vice presidency timespan Death date Lifespan

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g Died in office.
  2. ^ a b Resigned from office.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i Succeeded to the presidency.
  4. ^ a b Appointed by the President to fill an intra-term vacancy in the vice presidency.

Timeline of oldest living Vice Presidents[edit]

Of the 47 persons who have served as vice president, 21 have become the oldest such individual of their time. The first vice president, John Adams, held this distinction from his inauguration on April 21, 1789, until his death on July 4, 1826 (37 years, and 47 days, a record that still stands). At 53 years of age when he took office, he remains the youngest vice president to hold this distinction. Lyndon B. Johnson became the oldest living vice president upon the death of Harry S. Truman in December 1972, but outlived him by only 27 days. Truman was the oldest to acquire this distinction, at age 83, in November 1967.

On three occasions the oldest living vice president lost this distinction, not by his own death, but due to the nation electing a vice president who was older. John C. Calhoun became the oldest living vice president following the death of Aaron Burr on September 14, 1836, but lost this distinction on March 4, 1837 when Richard M. Johnson was inaugurated. Charles G. Dawes who the oldest living vice president while in office following the death of Thomas R. Marshall on June 1, 1925, lost this distinction on March 4, 1929 when Charles Curtis was inaugurated (Dawes subsequently became the oldest living vice president again when Curtis died in February 1936). More recently, Hubert H. Humphrey, who became the oldest living vice president upon Lyndon B. Johnson's death, ceased being the oldest living when Nelson A. Rockefeller became vice president in December 1974. John Adams, Martin Van Buren, Millard Fillmore, Andrew Johnson, Harry S. Truman, Lyndon B. Johnson, Richard Nixon, and Gerald Ford also had the distinction of being the oldest living president, as does George H. W. Bush currently.

Vice President Became oldest living
vice president
Ceased to be oldest living
vice president
Age at
start date
Age at
end date
Duration
(years, days)
Duration
(days)
Adams, JohnJohn Adams April 21, 1789 July 4, 1826 53 years, 173 days 90 years, 247 days 37 years, 74 days 13,58713,587 days
Burr, AaronAaron Burr July 4, 1826 September 14, 1836 70 years, 148 days 80 years, 221 days 10 years, 72 days 03,7253,725 days
Calhoun, John C.John C. Calhoun September 14, 1836 March 4, 1837 54 years, 180 days 54 years, 351 days 171 days 00,171171 days
Johnson, Richard M.Richard M. Johnson March 4, 1837 November 19, 1850 56 years, 138 days 70 years, 33 days 13 years, 260 days 05,0085,008 days
Van Buren, MartinMartin Van Buren November 19, 1850 July 24, 1862 67 years, 349 days 79 years, 231 days 11 years, 247 days 04,2654,265 days
Dallas, GeorgeGeorge Dallas July 24, 1862 December 31, 1864 70 years, 14 days 72 years, 174 days 2 years, 160 days 00,891891 days
Fillmore, MillardMillard Fillmore December 31, 1864 March 8, 1874 64 years, 359 days 74 years, 60 days 9 years, 67 days 03,3543,354 days
Johnson, AndrewAndrew Johnson March 8, 1874 July 31, 1875 65 years, 69 days 66 years, 214 days 1 year, 145 days 00,510510 days
Hamlin, HannibalHannibal Hamlin July 31, 1875 July 4, 1891 65 years, 338 days 81 years, 311 days 15 years, 338 days 05,8175,817 days
Morton, Levi P.Levi P. Morton July 4, 1891 May 16, 1920 67 years, 49 days 96 years, 0 days 28 years, 317 days 10,54310,543 days
Marshall, Thomas R.Thomas R. Marshall May 16, 1920 June 1, 1925 66 years, 63 days 71 years, 79 days 5 years, 16 days 01,8421,842 days
Dawes, Charles G.Charles G. Dawes June 1, 1925 March 4, 1929 59 years, 278 days 63 years, 189 days 3 years, 276 days 01,3721,372 days
Curtis, CharlesCharles Curtis March 4, 1929 February 8, 1936 69 years, 38 days 76 years, 14 days 6 years, 341 days 02,5322,532 days
Dawes, Charles G.Charles G. Dawes February 8, 1936 April 23, 1951 70 years, 165 days 85 years, 239 days 15 years, 74 days 05,5535,553 days
Garner, John NanceJohn Nance Garner April 23, 1951 November 7, 1967 82 years, 152 days 98 years, 350 days 16 years, 198 days 06,0426,042 days
Truman, Harry S.Harry S. Truman November 7, 1967 December 26, 1972 83 years, 183 days 88 years, 232 days 5 years, 49 days 01,8761,876 days
Johnson, Lyndon B.Lyndon B. Johnson December 26, 1972 January 22, 1973 64 years, 121 days 64 years, 148 days 27 days 00,02727 days
Humphrey, Hubert H.Hubert H. Humphrey January 22, 1973 December 19, 1974 61 years, 240 days 63 years, 206 days 1 year, 331 days 00,696696 days
Rockfeller, NelsonNelson Rockfeller December 19, 1974 January 26, 1979 66 years, 164 days 70 years, 202 days 4 years, 38 days 01,4991,499 days
Nixon, RichardRichard Nixon January 26, 1979 April 22, 1994 66 years, 17 days 81 years, 103 days 15 years, 86 days 05,5655,565 days
Ford, GeraldGerald Ford April 22, 1994 December 26, 2006 80 years, 282 days 93 years, 165 days 12 years, 248 days 04,6314,631 days
Bush, George H. W.George H. W. Bush December 26, 2006 Current 82 years, 197 days Current 9 years, 348 days 03,6353,635 days
Vice President Became oldest living
vice president
Ceased to be oldest living
vice president
Age at
start date
Age at
end date
Duration
(years, days)
Duration
(days)

Vice Presidents by cause and place of death and of interment[edit]

OD Vice President Date of death Age Cause of death Place of death Place of interment OVP
1 Clinton, GeorgeGeorge Clinton April 20, 1812 72 heart attack Washington, D.C. Old Dutch Churchyard,
Kingston, New York
4
2 Gerry, ElbridgeElbridge Gerry November 23, 1814 70 Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery,
Washington, D.C.
5
3 Tompkins, DanielDaniel Tompkins June 11, 1825 50 alcoholism Tompkinsville, New York St. Mark's Church in-the-Bowery,
New York City, New York
6
4 Jefferson, ThomasThomas Jefferson July 4, 1826
(12:30 PM[1])
83 likely amoebic dysentery Charlottesville, Virginia Monticello,
Charlottesville, Virginia
2
5 Adams, JohnJohn Adams July 4, 1826
(6:00 PM[1])
90 likely heart failure
caused by arteriosclerosis
Quincy, Massachusetts United First Parish Church,
Quincy, Massachusetts
1
6 Burr, AaronAaron Burr September 14, 1836 80 stroke New York City, New York Princeton Cemetery,
Princeton, New Jersey
3
7 Calhoun, John C.John C. Calhoun March 31, 1850 68 tuberculosis Washington, D.C. St. Phillips Churchyard,
Charleston, South Carolina
7
8 Johnson, Richard M.Richard M. Johnson November 19, 1850 70 stroke Frankfort, Kentucky Frankfort Cemetery,
Frankfort, Kentucky
9
9 King, William R.William R. King April 18, 1853 67 tuberculosis King’s Bend, Selma, Alabama Live Oak Cemetery,
Selma, Alabama
13
10 Tyler, JohnJohn Tyler January 18, 1862 71 bilious fever,
respiratory failure
Richmond, Virginia Hollywood Cemetery,
Richmond, Virginia
10
11 Van Buren, MartinMartin Van Buren July 24, 1862 79 asthmatic suffocation Kinderhook, New York Kinderhook Cemetery,
Kinderhook, New York
8
12 Dallas, George MifflinGeorge M. Dallas December 31, 1864 72 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania St. Peter’s Churchyard,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
11
13 Fillmore, MillardMillard Fillmore March 8, 1874 74 stroke Buffalo, New York Forest Lawn Cemetery,
Buffalo, New York
12
14 Breckinridge, John C.John C. Breckinridge May 17, 1875 54 cirrhosis Lexington, Kentucky Lexington Cemetery,
Lexington, Kentucky
14
15 Johnson, AndrewAndrew Johnson July 31, 1875 66 stroke Greeneville, Tennessee Andrew Johnson National Cemetery,
Greeneville, Tennessee
16
16 Wilson, HenryHenry Wilson November 22, 1875 63 stroke Capitol Building,
Washington, D.C.
Old Dell Park Cemetery,
Natick, Massachusetts
18
17 Colfax, SchuylerSchuyler Colfax January 13, 1885 61 heart attack Mankato, Minnesota City Cemetery,
South Bend, Indiana
17
18 Hendricks, Thomas A.Thomas A. Hendricks November 25, 1885 66 Indianapolis, Indiana Crown Hill Cemetery,
Indianapolis, Indiana
21
19 Arthur, ChesterChester Arthur November 18, 1886 57 Bright's disease,
apoplexy
New York City, New York Albany Rural Cemetery,
Menands, New York
20
20 Wheeler, William A.William A. Wheeler June 4, 1887 67 Malone, New York Morningside Cemetery,
Malone, New York
19
21 Hamlin, HannibalHannibal Hamlin July 4, 1891 81 Bangor, Maine Mount Hope Cemetery,
Bangor, Maine
15
22 Hobart, GarretGarret Hobart November 21, 1899 55 heart failure Paterson, New Jersey Cedar Lawn Cemetery,
Paterson, New Jersey
24
23 Sherman, James S.James S. Sherman October 30, 1912 57 bright's disease Utica, New York Forest Hill Cemetery,
Utica, New York
27
24 Stevenson, Adlai E.Adlai Stevenson I June 14, 1914 78 Chicago, Illinois Evergreen Cemetery,
Bloomington, Illinois
23
25 Fairbanks, Charles W.Charles W. Fairbanks June 4, 1918 66 Indianapolis, Indiana Crown Hill Cemetery,
Indianapolis, Indiana
26
26 Roosevelt, TheodoreTheodore Roosevelt January 6, 1919 60 assumed coronary embolism,
inflammatory rheumatism
Oyster Bay, New York Young's Memorial Cemetery,
Oyster Bay, New York
25
27 Morton, LeviLevi P. Morton May 16, 1920 96 Rhinebeck, New York Rhinebeck Cemetery,
Rhinebeck, New York
22
28 Marshall, Thomas R.Thomas R. Marshall June 1, 1925 71 Washington, D.C. Crown Hill Cemetery,
Indianapolis, Indiana
28
29 Coolidge, CalvinCalvin Coolidge January 5, 1933 60 heart attack Northampton, Massachusetts Notch Cemetery,
Plymouth Notch, Vermont
29
30 Curtis, CharlesCharles Curtis February 8, 1936 76 heart attack Washington, D.C. Topeka Cemetery,
Topeka, Kansas
31
31 Dawes, Charles G.Charles G. Dawes April 23, 1951 85 Evanston, Illinois Rosehill Cemetery,
Chicago, Illinois
30
32 Barkley, AlbenAlben W. Barkley April 30, 1956 78 heart attack Lexington, Virginia Mount Kenton Cemetery,
Paducah, Kentucky
35
33 Wallace, Henry A.Henry A. Wallace November 18, 1965 77 Lou Gehrig’s disease Danbury, Connecticut Glendale Cemetery,
Des Moines, Iowa
33
34 Garner, John NanceJohn Nance Garner November 7, 1967 98 Uvalde, Texas Uvalde Cemetery,
Uvalde, Texas
32
35 Truman, HarryHarry S. Truman December 26, 1972 88 minor lung congestion;
organ failures;
cardiovascular system
collapse, hypotension
Kansas City, Missouri Truman Library,
Independence, Missouri
34
36 Johnson, LyndonLyndon B. Johnson January 22, 1973 64 heart attack Johnson City, Texas Lyndon B. Johnson Nat'l Historical Park,
Johnson City, Texas
37
37 Humphrey, HubertHubert Humphrey January 13, 1978 66 bladder cancer Waverly, Minnesota Lakewood Cemetery,
Minneapolis, Minnesota
38
38 Rockefeller, Nelson A.Nelson Rockefeller January 26, 1979 70 heart attack New York City, New York Rockefeller Family Cemetery,
Tarrytown, New York
41
39 Nixon, RichardRichard Nixon April 22, 1994 81 stroke, swelling of the brain New York City, New York Richard Nixon Library and Birthplace,
Yorba Linda, California
36
40 Agnew, SpiroSpiro Agnew September 17, 1996 77 acute leukemia Berlin, Maryland Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens,
Timonium, Maryland
39
41 Ford, GeraldGerald Ford December 26, 2006 93 arteriosclerotic
cerebrovascular disease,
diffuse arteriosclerosis
Rancho Mirage, California
Gerald R. Ford Museum,
Grand Rapids, Michigan
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OD Vice President Date of death Age Cause of death Place of death Place of interment OVP

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b The Complete Book of U.S. Presidents.