#MandelaEffect 2 or 4 US #Presidents #Assassinated - Abraham Lincoln, James A Garfield, William McKinley, John F Kennedy

#MandelaEffect 2 or 4 US #Presidents #Assassinated - Abraham Lincoln, James A Garfield, William McKinley, John F Kennedy

John F. Kennedy, (1917-1963), 35th President of the United States, John Kennedy, American, eras, leader, 1960s, President, famous people, John, Kennedy, miscellany - SuperStock/ SuperStock/ Getty Images

John F. Kennedy, (1917-1963), 35th President of the United States, John Kennedy, American, eras, leader, 1960s, President, famous people, John, Kennedy, miscellany - SuperStock/ SuperStock/ Getty Images

(1853) James A. Garfield (far right, front row) with his classmates at Western Reserve Eclectic Institute (later named Hiram College).  His future wife, Lucretia Rudolph, sits next to him.

(1853) James A. Garfield (far right, front row) with his classmates at Western Reserve Eclectic Institute (later named Hiram College). His future wife, Lucretia Rudolph, sits next to him.

The Ohio Presidents: (clockwise from top left): William Henry Harrison, Ulysses S. Grant, Rutherford Hayes, James Garfield, Warren Harding, William Howard Taft, William McKinley, and Benjamin Harrison.

The Ohio Presidents: (clockwise from top left): William Henry Harrison, Ulysses S. Grant, Rutherford Hayes, James Garfield, Warren Harding, William Howard Taft, William McKinley, and Benjamin Harrison.

James Garfield, in his Civil War uniform. As a politician, his biggest detractors mistook something crucial about him: he was a poor hater but a very good fighter. He'd been thru a lot and knew how to size up a new battle. "Of course I [hate conflict]," he wrote, "but if it is brought to my door the bringer will find me at home."

James Garfield, in his Civil War uniform. As a politician, his biggest detractors mistook something crucial about him: he was a poor hater but a very good fighter. He'd been thru a lot and knew how to size up a new battle. "Of course I [hate conflict]," he wrote, "but if it is brought to my door the bringer will find me at home."

Photo of Chester Arthur, the 21st President of the United States, 1881-1885.  He became president after the assassination of President James Garfield.

Photo of Chester Arthur, the 21st President of the United States, 1881-1885. He became president after the assassination of President James Garfield.

Ellen Lewis Herndon Arthur - wife of Pres. Chester Arthur - Their marriage was a little strained because she was loyalties to the Confederacy, while her husband was not. They had 3 children (one son died at the age of 3) -  another son and a daughter lived to adulthood. In January, 1880, Ellen caught a cold & quickley developed pneumonia. She died 2 days later at 42.

Ellen Lewis Herndon Arthur - wife of Pres. Chester Arthur - Their marriage was a little strained because she was loyalties to the Confederacy, while her husband was not. They had 3 children (one son died at the age of 3) - another son and a daughter lived to adulthood. In January, 1880, Ellen caught a cold & quickley developed pneumonia. She died 2 days later at 42.

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1882 300 usd kurzgarfieldfam.jpg (1245×1000)

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