Lucretia (Rudolph) Garfield

Famous Kin of
Lucretia (Rudolph) Garfield

First Lady of President James Garfield


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James Chilton

Mayflower Passenger

6th great-grandfather

King Edward I

King of England

18th great-grandfather

King Henry III

King of England

19th great-grandfather

John de Lacy

Magna Carta Surety

19th great-grandfather

Gilbert de Clare

Magna Carta Surety

19th great-grandfather

Hugh le Bigod

Magna Carta Surety

20th great-grandfather

William d'Aubeney

Magna Carta Surety

20th great-grandfather

Richard de Clare

Magna Carta Surety

20th great-grandfather

Robert de Ros

Magna Carta Surety

20th great-grandfather

Saher de Quincy

Magna Carta Surety

20th great-grandfather

Roger le Bigod

Magna Carta Surety

21st great-grandfather

Henry de Bohun

Magna Carta Surety

21st great-grandfather

William the Conqueror

King of England

24th great-grandfather

King Robert I

King of France

29th great-grandfather

Alfred the Great

King of the Anglo-Saxons

31st great-grandfather

Charlemagne

King of the Franks

33rd great-grandfather

Edward Winslow

Mayflower Passenger

5th great-granduncle via Edward Winslow

Geoffrey Chaucer

English poet and author of The Canterbury Tales

12th great-granduncle via John Chaucer

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Nicholas Gilman

Signer of the U.S. Constitution

2nd cousin 2 times removed via John Taylor Jr.

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William Greene

2nd Governor of Rhode Island

2nd cousin 3 times removed via Thomas Greene

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Catherine Parr

6th Wife of King Henry VIII

2nd cousin 11 times removed via Sir Thomas Greene Jr.

John Fitch

Inventor of 1st U.S. Steamboat

3rd cousin 3 times removed via Thomas Fitch

Maj. Gen. Nathanael Greene

American Revolution

3rd cousin 3 times removed via John Greene

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Ted Danson

TV Actor - “Cheers”, “CSI”

3rd cousin 5 times removed via Anne Sanford

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Jonathan Swift

Author of Gulliver's Travels

3rd cousin 5 times removed via John Dryden