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McKinnon Relationship to President Richard Millhouse Nixon

Journal by Harney

The MCKINNON relationship to Richard Millhouse NIXON, 37th President of the United States requires a trip through President Dwight David EISENHOWER. In order to connect genealogically to President NIXON, it is necessary to trace the ancestry to Richard NIXON's grandchildren parented by Dwight David EISENHOWER II and Julie NIXON. From source, http://nixonfoundation.org/president-richard-nixon/, we have a thumbnail description of his administration:

The 37th President of the United States was born on January 9, 1913 in a small farmhouse in Yorba Linda, California and raised in nearby Whittier. He attended Whittier College and Duke University School of Law and then joined a law firm in his home town. He and Patricia Ryan were married in 1940.

In 1942 he applied for and received a Navy commission and was assigned to duty in the Pacific. He won a seat in the House of Representatives in 1946; in 1948 he took the lead role, as a member of the House Committee on Un-American Activities, in investigating espionage charges against Alger Hiss, who had spied for the Soviet Union before and during World War II. The case turned the young congressman into a national figure as well as a controversial one among those who asserted Hisss innocence. After two terms he was elected to the U.S. Senate. In 1952 General Eisenhower selected him as his running mate. He was Vice President for eight years. After losing to John F. Kennedy by a razor-thin margin in 1960 and then making an unsuccessful bid for governor of California in 1962, he practiced law, wrote, and traveled extensively in Europe and Asia.

After a painstaking political comeback that astonished political friends and foes alike, he was elected President in 1968 winning re-election in 1972 by an historic margin. While in office he opened the door to the Peoples Republic of China, established the policy of dtente with the Soviet Union, laid the foundation for the Mideast peace process, and pursued domestic initiatives that included establishing the Environmental Protection Agency, launching the war on cancer, and bringing about the peaceful desegregation of public schools in the South. He made four appointments to the Supreme Court, including the late Chief Justice, William Rehnquist.

The central event of the the years Richard Nixon served as President influencing virtually every aspect of U.S. foreign and domestic policy, causing substantial cultural and social upheaval, and leading ultimately to Watergate was the Vietnam war.

When President Nixon took office in January 1969, he became responsible for the lives of 540,000 young Americans who had been sent to Indochina under the policies of the Kennedy and Johnson administrations. Choosing not to abandon an ally to certain defeat by the armies of communist North Vietnam, the President began withdrawing U.S. troops while bolstering South Vietnams capacity to defend itself and, when necessary, making Hanoi pay a substantial price for its aggression. Actions such as the Cambodian incursion in May 1970 and the bombing of North Vietnam in May 1972 and again in December saved American and South Vietnamese lives and won broad public support but drew harsh criticism from the anti-war movement, the prestige media, and the Democratic Congress.

In January 1973, the Paris Peace Accords were signed, ending direct U.S. military involvement and paving the way for return of U.S. prisoners of war, many of whom had been brutally tortured by the communists. At the same time, the American side pledged to continue to support South Vietnam with military and economic assistance and by using air power if the communists violated the terms of the treaties. Recent scholarship suggests that as a result of the Nixon Administrations war policies and its tactics in the peace talks at Paris, its goal of preserving the freedoms of the people of South Vietnam and Cambodia might have been fully achieved if the United States had kept its promises after the pact was signed.

A few months after the war ended, President Nixon was charged with complicity in blocking the FBIs investigation of the June 1972 Watergate break-in. In a political atmosphere made even more corrosive by Democratic control of Congress, residual tension over Vietnam, and the nations deepening economic and energy-supply woes, the investigation was broadened to include matters ranging from the Presidents conduct of the Vietnam war to his income tax returns and security expenditures ordered by the Secret Service at his and Mrs. Nixons personal residences.

After the House Judiciary Committee passed three Articles of Impeachment in July 1974 and the Supreme Court ordered the release of White House tapes that appeared to implicate the President further in Watergate, he decided to resign on August 9, 1974, prior to impeachment by the full House and the Senate trial that would have followed. Even though he was entitled under the Constitution to a trial conducted according to rules of evidence, he said that he did not want the nation preoccupied with Watergate for months to come. His second Vice President, Gerald R. Ford, was sworn in as President the same day.

During and after Watergate, meanwhile, Congress drastically cut aid to South Vietnam. While her troops fought bravely and well for months despite their depleted resources and the absence of any U.S. support from the air, South Vietnam was overrun by a Soviet Union-supported invasion by North Vietnam in April 1975. A U.S.-backed regime in Cambodia also fell, and in the wake of their victory the communist Khmer Rouge killed as many as two million Cambodians during an ideological cleansing campaign.

After he resigned the Presidency, President and Mrs. Nixon returned to their home in San Clemente, where they lived until moving to New York City in 1980. In 1981, they moved to northern Bergen County, New Jersey.

In retirement President Nixon traveled throughout the United States and in dozens of countries in Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Mideast. In the fall of 1985 he undertook a five-week fact-finding trip, visiting and meeting with top leaders in China, Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Burma, Pakistan, Turkey, and Great Britain. In 1986 he returned to the Soviet Union to meet with Mikhail Gorbachev. Analysts later credited him with bringing the Reagan Administration and Soviet leaders closer to their eventual agreement to limit intermediate-range nuclear forces in Europe. In October 1989, during his sixth visit to China, he publicly expressed the outrage of the American people over the government crackdown in Tiananmen Square that June.

In the spring of 1991, after his first meeting with Boris Yeltsin in Moscow, he became an outspoken opponent of further aid to Gorbachevs regime. After the fall of Soviet communism at years end, he advocated vigorous measures by the United States and its allies to support Russias historic transition toward political and economic freedom. In the course of this work he wrote articles, gave speeches, consulted with the Bush and Clinton Administrations, and made annual visits to non-communist Russia beginning in 1992.

His ten books, all bestsellers, include Six Crises (1962); his memoirs; and his last, Beyond Peace (May 1994). In 1985, he became the first former President voluntarily to give up lifetime Secret Service protection, saving taxpayers $3 million a year.

On January 20, 1994, during ceremonies at Yorba Linda honoring him and members of his Cabinets on the 25th anniversary of his first Inauguration, he announced the establishment of the Nixon Center, a programmatically independent, Washington-based division of the Nixon Foundation dedicated to promoting his principles of enlightened national interest in foreign policy.

He died on April 22, 1994 in New York City and was buried on the grounds of the Nixon Library in Yorba Linda, at the side of his First Lady, on April 27, 1994. The eulogists at his State Funeral were President Bill Clinton, Senator Robert Dole, California Governor Pete Wilson, and his second Secretary of State, Henry Kissinger.

Senator Dole had been part of a Republican minority in 1975 that had decried Democrats decision to abandon South Vietnam. In an address to 4,000 mourners in Yorba Linda and tens of millions watching on television, he predicted, I believe the second half of the 20th century will be known as the age of Nixon.No one knew the world better than Richard Nixon, and as a result, the man who was born in a house his father built would go on to become this centurys greatest architect of peace. President Nixon himself believed the verdict of history would depend upon who wrote it and whether their pens were guided by the passions of Americas torturous and still imperfectly understood experience in Vietnam.

In order to trace the genealogy of the MCKINNON's to President NIXON it is first necessary to connect President Nixon to George BOONE III and later connect the MCKINNON's to George BOONE III.


Connecting George BOONE to President Richard Millhouse NIXON

Generation 1
George BOONE III
Birth 1666 in Canon, Devon, England
Death Jul 26 1728 in Exeter Twp..Berks County Pennsylvania
Married to:Mary Milton MAUGRIDGE
Birth 23 Dec 1669 in Bradninch, Devon, England
Death 2 Feb 1740 in Exeter, Berks, Pennsylvania, USA
Issue of George and Mary:
George Boone IV
1690 1753
Sarah Boone
1691 1743
Mary Boone
1694 1774
Squire Boone
1696 1765
John Boone
1701 1785
Joseph Boone
1704 1776
Benjamin Boone
1706 1762
James Boone Sr.
1709 1785
Samuel Boone
1711 1745

Generation 2
Sarah BOONE
Birth 18 Feb 1691 in Exeter, Devonshire, England
Death 20 Nov 1743 in Winchester, Frederick, Virginia, United States
Married to:Jacob Stover
Birth 1 Jun 1688 in Berne, Bern, Switzerland
Death 24 Jun 1741 in Augusta City, Orange, Virginia, USA
Issue of Sarah and Jacob:
Abraham Stover
1726 1787

Generation 3
Abraham STOVER
Birth 1726 in Oley, Berks, Pennsylvania, United States
Death 1787 in Carter, Tennessee, United States
Married to:Sarah
Birth ??
Death ??
Issue of Abraham and Sarah:
Henry Stover
1741 1798
Jeremiah Stover
1745 1807
Daniel Stover
1750 1822

Generation 4
Daniel STOVER
Birth 1750 in Augusta, Virginia, United States
Death 1822 in Augusta, Virginia, United States
Married to:Barbara BENEDICT
Birth 1750 in Quincy, Franklin, Pennsylvania, USA
Death 1829 in Waynesboro, Franklin, Pennsylvania, USA
Issue of Daniel and Barbara:
Christopher Stover
1772 1838
Simon Stover
1773 1864
David Stover
1773 1845
Paul Stover
1775
Jacob Stover
1777 1851
Daniel Stover
1780 1862
Mary Stover
1787
Catherine Stover
1792 1851
William Stover
1795 1864
Isaac Stover
1797 1875
Elizabeth Stover
1798 1864

Generation 5
Daniel STOVER
Birth 23 May 1780 in Augusta, Virginia, USA
Death 25 Jan 1865 in Mount Sidney, Augusta, Virginia, USA
Married to:Mary Ann HANNAH
Birth 3 Jan 1781 in Augusta, Virginia, USA
Death 23 Mar 1853 in Mount Sidney, Augusta, Virginia, USA
Issue of Daniel and Mary:
Daniel Stover
1813 1902
Jacob H Stover
1815 1877
Margaret B Stover
1818 1871
Joshua Hash Stover
1820 1898
Simon P Stover
1822 1873
Ida Elizabeth Stover
1862 1946

Generation 6
Ida Elizabeth STOVER
Birth 1 May 1862 in Mount Sidney, Augusta, Virginia, USA
Death 11 Sep 1946 in Abilene, Dickinson, Kansas, USA
Married to:David Jacob EISENHOWER
Birth September 2, 1863 in Elizabethville, Dauphin, Pennsylvania, USA
Death March 15, 1942 in Abilene, Dickinson, Kansas, USA
Issue of Ida and David:
Bert Franklin Eisenhower
1883 1985
Arthur Benjamin Eisenhower
1886 1986
Edgar Newton Eisenhower
1889 1971
Dwight David Eisenhower President
1890 1969
Roy J. Eisenhower
1892 1992
Earl D. Eisenhower
1898 1998
Milton Stover Eisenhower
1899 2000

Generation 7
Dwight David EISENHOWER President
Birth October 14, 1890 in San Antonio, Bexar, Texas, USA
Death March 28, 1969 in Walter Reed Army Hospital, Washington, DC
Married to:Mamie Geneva Doud
Birth 14 Nov 1896 in Boone, Boone, Iowa, United States
Death 1 Nov 1979 in Washington City, District Of Columbia, District of Columbia, United States
Issue of Dwight and Mamie:
Doud Dwight Eisenhower
1917 1921
John Sheldon Doud Eisenhower
1922 1967
Dwight David Eisenhower II
1948

Generation 8
John Sheldon Doud EISENHOWER
Birth 3 Aug 1922 in Denver, Adams, Colorado, United States
Death May 1967 in Fort Monroe, Elizabeth, Virginia, United States
Married Twice: First Marriage:Barbara Jean THOMPSON
Birth 15 Jun 1926 in Fort Knox, Bullitt, Kentucky, United States
Death 10 Jun 1947 in Fort Monroe, Elizabeth, Virginia, United States
Issue of John and Barbara:
Dwight David Eisenhower II
1948 1967
Barbara Ann Eisenhower
1949
Susan Elaine Eisenhower
1951
Mary Jean Eisenhower
1955
Second Marriage: Joanne Thompson
Birth 15 Jun 1926 in Fort Knox, Bullitt, Kentucky, USA
Death 10 Jun 1947 in Fort Monroe, Elizabeth, Virginia, USA

Generation 9
Dwight David EISENHOWER II
Birth 31 Mar 1948 in West Point, Orange, New York, United States
Death Living
Married to:Julie NIXON
Birth 5 Jul 1948 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Death Living
Issue of Dwight and Julie:
Jennie Elizabeth Eisenhower
1978
Alexander Richard Eisenhower
1980
Melanie Catherine Eisenhower
1984

Generation 8.1 (Father of Julie NIXON is President Richard Millhouse NIXON)
Richard Milhous NIXON - 34th President
Birth 9 Jan 1913 in Yorba Linda, Orange, California, United States
Death 22 Apr 1994 in Bronxville, Westchester, New York, United States
Married to:Thelma Catherine Pat Ryan - Nixon
Birth 16 Mar 1912 in Ely, White Pine, Nevada, United States
Death 22 Jun 1993 in Park Ridge, Bergen, New Jersey, United States
Issue of Richard and Pat:
Julie Nixon
1948





Connecting George BOONE to Clarence Roy MCKINNON

Generation 1
George BOONE III
Birth 1666 in Canon, Devon, England
Death Jul 26 1728 in Exeter Twp..Berks County Pennsylvania
Married to:Mary Milton MAUGRIDGE
Birth 23 Dec 1669 in Bradninch, Devon, England
Death 2 Feb 1740 in Exeter, Berks, Pennsylvania, USA
Issue of George and Mary:
George Boone IV
1690 1753
Sarah Boone
1691 1743
Mary Boone
1694 1774
Squire Boone
1696 1765
John Boone
1701 1785
Joseph Boone
1704 1776
Benjamin Boone
1706 1762
James Boone Sr.
1709 1785
Samuel Boone
1711 1745

Generation 2
Squire BOONE
Birth 25 Nov 1696 in Exeter, Devon, England
Death 2 Jan 1765 in Salisbury, Rowan, North Carolina, United States
Married to:Sarah Morgan
Birth 23 Sep 1700 in Exeter, Berks, Pennsylvania, United States
Death 1 Jan 1777 in Mocksville, Rowan, North Carolina, United States
Issue of Squire and Sarah:
Sarah Cassandra Boone
1724 1815
Israel Boone
1726 1756
Samuel Boone
1728 1816
Jonathon Boone
1730 1808
Elizabeth Boone
1731 1825
Daniel Boone Colonel
1734 1820
Mary Boone
1736 1819
George Boone
1739 1820
Edward Boone
1740 1780
Squire Boone Jr.
1744 1815
Hannah Boone
1746 1828

Generation 3
Daniel BOONE Colonel (The famous frontiersman)
Birth Oct 22 1734 in Homestead, Oley Valley, Berks, Pa.
Death 26 Sep 1820 in Femme Osage, St Charles, Missouri, United States
Married to:Rebecca BRYAN
Birth 9 Jan 1739 in Winchester, Frederick, Virginia, United States
Death 18 Mar 1813 in Hunting Creek, Rowan, North Carolina, United States
Issue of Daniel and Rebecca:
James Boone
1757 1773
Susannah Boone
1760 1800
Jemima Boone
1762 1829
Levina Boone
1766 1802
Rebecca Boone
1768 1805
Daniel Morgan Boone
1769 1839
Israel Boone
1769 1839
Jesse Bryan Boone
1773 1820
William Boone
1775 1775
Nathan Boone Major
1781 1856

Generation 4
Nathan BOONE Major
Birth 3 Feb 1781 in Bear Creek, Chatham, North Carolina, United States
Death 16 Oct 1856 in Ashgrove, Greene, Missouri, United States
Married to:Olive VAN BIBBER
Birth Jan 13, 1783 in Greenbriar Co, Kentucky, USA
Death Nov 12, 1858 in Green City, Hickory Co, Missouri, USA
Issue of Nathan and Olive
James Boone
1800
Delinda Boone
1802 1877
Jemima Boone
1804 1877
Susannah Boone
1806 1841
Nancy Boone
1808 1835
Emilia Boone
1810 1814
Olive Boone
1812 1836
Benjamin Howard Boone
1814 1866
John Coburn Boone
1816 1902
Levica Boone
1818 1854
Melcina Boone
1820 1900
Mary O Boone
1822 1915
Sarah Boone
1824 1859
Mahala S Boone
1826 1849

Generation 5
Jemima BOONE
Birth 17 Mar 1804 in Green City, Hickory, Missouri, United States
Death 22 Jul 1877 in Near Sherman, Grayson, Texas, USA
Married to:Henry ZUMWALT
Birth 1802 in Harrison, Charles, Virginia, United States
Death 1846 in Callaway, Missouri, United States
Issue of Jemima and Henry:
Hulda Zumwalt
1825 1880
Elizabeth Zumwalt
1825
Vaun Zumwalt
1826 1862
Nancy T Zumwalt
1827 1899
Mary E Zumwalt
1828 1880
Malcena Zumwalt
1831 1892
Benjamin Franklin Zumwalt
1834 1902
Francis Marion Zumwalt
1836
Vernetta Zumwalt
1839 1913
Sarah Jane Zumwalt
1841 1916
Nathan Boone Zumwalt
1844 1907
Manerva Ann Zumwalt
1845 1929

Generation 4.1 (John Daniel ZUMWALT is father of Henry ZUMWALT)
John Daniel ZUMWALT
Birth 1756
Death Feb 21 1820 in Fort Zumwalt, St Charles Cty., Va., USA
Married to:Elizabeth CONRAD
Birth 1762 in Winchester, Frederick, West Virginia, USA
Death 21 Feb 1820 in Femme Osage, St Charles, Missouri, USA
Issue of John and Elizabeth:
George Zumwalt
1781 1832
John Daniel Zumwalt
1782 1875
Anna Marie/Mary Zumwalt
1786 1844
Barbara Ellen Zumwalt
1787 1870
Adam "Red Adam" Zumwalt
1790 1853
Andrew Zumwalt
1790 1827
Ellizabeth Zumwalt
1794 1866
Jacob Zumwalt
1800 1876
Henry Zumwalt
1802 1846
William Zumwalt
1803 1878

Generation 4.11
Johann George ZUMWALT (Brother of John Daniel ZUMWALT)
Birth 10 Oct 1741 in York, York, Pennsylvania, United States
Death 4 Sep 1815 in Harrison, Kentucky, United States
Married to:Mary KALE
Birth 1748 in Pendleton, Louisa, Virginia, USA
Death 1803 in Harrison, Kentucky, USA
Issue of Johann and Mary:
Mary Zumwalt
1764 1830
Paralee Zumwalt
1770 1826
Henry Zumwalt
1771 1814
Jacob Zumwalt
1772 1833
Philip Zumwalt
1772 1833
Margaret Zumwalt
1776 1871
Elizabeth Zumwalt
1780 1830
Philip Zumwalt
1781 1839
Christina Zumwalt
1783 1850
John Zumwalt
1787 1832

Generation 5.11
Jacob ZUMWALT
Birth 1772 in Harrison, Kentucky, United States
Death 4 Nov 1833 in Hancock, Indiana, United States
Married to:Nancy Ann SPURGEON
Birth Mar 4 1776 Pennsylvania
Death Sep 11 1844 in Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA
Issue of Jacob and Nancy
Mary Ann (Polly) Zumwalt
1799 1826
Joseph Zumwalt
1800 1892
Daniel Zumwalt
1803 1852
Jacob Zumwalt
1807 1878
Elizabeth Zumwalt
1809
George Zumwalt
1811
John Zumwalt
1813
Eleanor Zumwalt
1815 1873
Sarah Zumwalt
1831 1904

Generation 6
Elizabeth ZUMWALT
Birth SEP 1809 in Adams Co., Ohio
Death After 1870
Married to:Daniel LONG
Birth 1809 in Ohio USA
Death After 1880
Issue of Elizabeth and Daniel:
Josephus Long
1831
Allen Long
1832
Nancy Ann Long
1834 1919
Sarah Jane Long
1834
Jasper Long
1839 1904
Emily Harriet Long
1843 1911
Anson Long
1845 1915

Generation 7
Emily Harriet LONG
Birth 24 Mar 1843 in Indiana, United States
Death 18 Jul 1911 in Burns Harney Oregon USA
Married to:
Robert Jackson, SR. MCKINNON
Birth Jan 22 1837 in Indiana, United States
Death 13 Apr 1920 in Harney, Harney, Oregon, United States
Issue of Emily and Robert:
John E McKinnon
1859
Ida May McKinnon
1861 1950
Robert Jackson Jr, McKinnon
1863 1932
Andrew Johnson McKinnon
1866 1903
Lucy Jane McKinnon
1868 1957
Belle Dora McKinnon
1870
Harriet E McKinnon
1871 1871
Thomas Daniel McKinnon
1872 1948
Emma Alice McKinnon
1875
Elsie Ollie McKinnon
1876
William E McKinnon
1883 1898
Essie Geneva McKinnon
1897

Generation 8
Robert Jackson Jr, MCKINNON
Birth 12 Sep 1863 in Iowa
Death 3 Nov 1932 in Burns, Harney, Oregon, United States
Married to:Laura Ann GALLOWAY
Birth Mar 15 1868 in Elk City Benton Oregon USA
Death Jun 21 1915 in Burns Harney Oregon USA
Issue of Robert and Laura:
Clarence Roy McKinnon
1889 1959
Eula Lea McKinnon
1891 1973
Ralph Earl McKinnon
1898 1961
Gladys Delta McKinnon
1900
Otho Walter McKinnon
1903 1975
Cleo Addison McKinnon
1909
Leo Addis McKinnon
1909

Generation 9
Clarence Roy MCKINNON
Birth Jul 30 1889 in Coffee Pot, Oregon, USA
Death Nov 25 1959 in Carlton Yamhill Oregon USA
Married twice
First Marriage:Eulalia P SMITH
Birth Sep 1895 in California
Death 11 Mar 1917 in Burns Harney Oregon USA
Issue of Clarence and Eulalia:
Lavelle McKinnon
1914
Dillon McKinnon
1915 1932
Denver McKinnon
1917 1964
Second Marriage:Mamie Veda PRILL
Birth Jan 26 1901 in Belle Plaine, Iowa, USA
Death Jun 12 1998 in Corvallis, Oregon, USA
Issue of Clarence and Mamie:
Mava Lurhea McKinnon
1922
Felice Grace McKinnon
1923 2002
Robert Prill McKinnon
1928 1999
Dale Lynn McKinnon
1932

Surnames: EISENHOWER MCKINNON NIXON RYAN THOMPSON
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