George Clinton Vice President | George Clinton - U.S. Vice President, Governor - Biography.com

George Clinton Vice President | George Clinton - U.S. Vice President, Governor - Biography.com

George Clinton was the 4th Vice President under Thomas Jefferson and James Madison. He died of a heart attack in 1812 and was succeeded by Elbridge Gerry.

George Clinton was the 4th Vice President under Thomas Jefferson and James Madison. He died of a heart attack in 1812 and was succeeded by Elbridge Gerry.

Grave Marker- George Clinton (vice president) - in Kingston New York. http://thefuneralsource.org/trad0901.html

Grave Marker- George Clinton (vice president) - in Kingston New York. http://thefuneralsource.org/trad0901.html

George Clinton (1739-1812) was elected governor of New York State in 1777 and held the post for six successive terms.  He later served as vice-president under Thomas Jefferson (in his second term) and James Madison

George Clinton (1739-1812) was elected governor of New York State in 1777 and held the post for six successive terms. He later served as vice-president under Thomas Jefferson (in his second term) and James Madison

George Clinton (vice president)

George Clinton (vice president)

George Clinton was born July 26,1739 in Ireland. Description from mrbaumannsclass.wikispaces.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

George Clinton was born July 26,1739 in Ireland. Description from mrbaumannsclass.wikispaces.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

George Clinton (vice president) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - His pew in St Paul's Chapel in New York City

George Clinton (vice president) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - His pew in St Paul's Chapel in New York City

Vice President George Clinton ran as his running mate too. Description from linkrandom.blogspot.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Vice President George Clinton ran as his running mate too. Description from linkrandom.blogspot.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Clinton, was founded in 1801, and was first named Burrville in honor of Vice President Aaron Burr.  But the name changed quickly in 1809 because of the duel between Burr-Hamilton.  The name was changed to Clinton after  Thomas Jefferson's second term vice president, George Clinton.

Clinton, was founded in 1801, and was first named Burrville in honor of Vice President Aaron Burr. But the name changed quickly in 1809 because of the duel between Burr-Hamilton. The name was changed to Clinton after Thomas Jefferson's second term vice president, George Clinton.

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