Rutherford Birchard Hayes, President of the USA, was born 4 October 1822 in Delaware, Ohio, United States to Rutherford Hayes (1787-1822) and Sophia Birchard (1792-1866) and died 17 January 1893 Fremont, Ohio, United States of complications of a heart attack. He married Lucy Ware Webb (1831-1889) 30 December 1852 in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States.
Rutherford Birchard Hayes (October 4, 1822 – January 17, 1893) was an American politician, lawyer, military leader and the 19th President of the United States (1877–1881). Hayes was elected President by one electoral vote after the highly disputed election of 1876. Losing the popular vote to his opponent, Samuel Tilden, Hayes was the only president whose election was decided by a congressional commission.
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|Offspring of Rutherford Birchard Hayes and Lucy Ware Webb (1831-1889)|
|James Hayes (c1850-?)|
|Rutherford Hayes (c1852-?)|
|Birchard Austin Hayes (1853-1926)|
|Sardis Birchard Hayes (1853-1887)|
|Fanny Hayes (c1854-?)|
|James Webb Hayes (1856-1835)|
|Scott Hayes (c1856-?)|
|Rutherford Platt Hayes (1858-1927)|
|Joseph Thompson Hayes (1861-1863)|
|George Cook Hayes (1864-1866)|
|Frances (Fanny) Hayes (1867-1950)|
|Scott Russell Hayes (1871-1966)|
|Manning Force Hayes (1873-1874)|
1880 US Census
President Hayes was president of the US during the 1880 US Census, and oddly enough, his household was improperly counted twice in the Federal Census of that year - once in Ohio and again in D.C.
1880 US Census - Ohio
Transcription of Federal Census - Fremont, Sandusky, Ohio
1880 US Census - Washington DC
Transcription of US Census -Census Place Washington, Washington, D.C., District of Columbia