She told Otakar that Richard had died just four days after his birth. In May of 1991 Otakar returned to Chicago and the couple reconciled. Daniela told him about the adoption of their son and how she lied to him about his death. Eighty days after Richard’s birth, Otakar challenged the adoption. He claimed that he had no knowledge of his son until his return to the US and now he wanted his son back desperately (Ingrassia and McCormick 44).
In August 1999, President Bill Clinton, awarded Gerald Ford, the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Ford was 86 years old when he received the medal. He earned this medal because of his public service in binding the nation together after Richard Nixon’s Watergate Scandal. Gerald Ford died on December 26, 2006 of cardiovascular disease. He lived to be 93 years old and is currently the oldest president ever to live.
Lindbergh dad was a little falls lawyer and Minnesota’s Sixth District Congress Man from 1907-1917, his name was Charles August Lindbergh (F.R). Lindbergh’s dad ran for congress in 1906 and won which resulted in Lindbergh moving frequently and never making a strong bond with a bud and that resulted in shyness from a kid to an adult (20Century). His mother Evangeline Lodge Land was a chemistry teacher from Detroit and a graduate in Michigan (F.R). His parents were close to divorcing but being a congress man required that divorcing cannot be an issue. Charles dad bought the families first car when Charles was ten years old although Charles could barely reach the pedals he eventually grew into it.
In 1942, when Jackie was about to turn thirteen, her mother married a businessman named Hugh Auchincloss who had kids from a previous marriages. Besides her younger sister, Lee. Jackie now had a step sister named Nina, and two step brothers named Yusha and Tommy.”In June 1947, Jackie graduated from a boarding school in Connecticut ... ... middle of paper ... ...office for three years. Then he was assassinated. The day JFK died it was a sad day for everyone.
About a year later, Nixon faced impeachment because of his alleged cover-up of the Watergate burglary. He resigned and Gerald Ford was sworn in as President on August, 9, 1974. He served until 1977. He was born Leslie Lynch King, Jr. on July 14, 1913 in Omaha, Nebraska. His mother divorced his father when he was two years old and moved them to her hometown of Grand Rapids, Michigan.
When he was eleven, his family moved to the Duck River area in Middle Tennessee. In his youth, James Polk had health issues and at the age of seventeen, he had surgery to remove urinary stones. The surgery was performed with brandy, the only anesthetic at that time. The surgery was successful, but it is believed that it left him sterile because he never fathered children. On New Year’s Day in 1824, in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, he married Sarah Childress.
Not long after his birth Steve, a nameless baby still, was given up for adoption. Clara and Paul Jobs who named him Steven Paul Jobs adopted him. Many say Steve’s father Paul lit the fire of interest in electronics in Steve’s mind and often encouraged him to experiment with these things. Job’s adopted father was not a college graduate and had grown up on a dairy farm in Wisconsin with an alcoholic father. His mother was a daughter of Armenian immigrants who had just fled the Turks and come to America.
Marilyn Monroe Norma Jean Baker was born on June 1st 1926. She said that she came from an unhappy and deprived childhood. Galdys was Norma's mother. She had two children with Jack Baker (Norma's father) while still very young. Her father died in a car accident soon after she was born and at the age of 26 Galdys remarried to Edward Mortenson.
Even more disaster happened. When Abe was just nine year old, his mom died from tremetol, milk dieses. Abraham was left without a mother, but not for long. Is older sister, Sarah was left to take care of Abe for a bit until their father came back from his hunt for his wife-to-be. Almost a year without their father, Abe and his siblings believed their father had perished, until Thomas came back to the farm married to Sarah Bush Johnston.
He spent the first six years of his life in Hope, Arkansas. William Jefferson Blythe, Clinton's father, died in an auto accident three months before his mother, Virginia Cassidy Blythe, gave birth to him. Clinton was raised in his grandmother, Edith Cassidy's home. His mother was often away from home taking nursing classes in New Orleans. It was at this time when Clinton's grandmother taught him to read at a very early age (American President 1).