Barbara Bush: First Grandmother (pictured here in her Inaugural Gown, 1989) Pre-inaugural stories often contrasted Barbara Bush, with her trademark costume pearl necklace and non-designer wardrobe, and the elegant Nancy Reagan. Profiles mentioned Mrs. Bush’s years of experience as the wife of a diplomat and vice president, but concentrated on the image of the down-to-earth grandmother with the sharp sense of humor, more interested in her family than fashion. Friends predicted that the…
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Bush Sr. of Kennebunkport: ‘The town, and its people, are a part of my heartbeat.’ - The Boston Globe
The Bushes have returned to their summer home, taking in the Memorial Day Parade in Kennebunkport. | Walker’s Point is protected by the Secret Service, of course, but it’s an accepted fact of Kennebunkport life that George and Barbara Bush will periodically sally forth from the estate, which the former president’s great-grandfather and grandfather — David Davis Walker and George H. Walker — bought in the late 19th century.
Original Pinner's Note: "John Howland's signature - He and his wife Elizabeth Tilley are my 11th Great Grandparents. Some notable descendants of John Howland & Elizabeth Tilley include Humphrey Bogart, George Bush, Barbara Bush, George W. Bush, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Nathaniel Gorham, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, and Joseph Smith."