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Warren G Harding

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Warren G. Harding

        Warren G. Harding was born on November 2nd 1865. Warren G. Harding was the son of George T. Harding and his mother was Phoebe Elizabeth Dickerson Harding. His mother Phoebe was a physician and his father practiced medicine in Mario County. His father George T. Hardin moved to a farm on the outskirts of nearby Caledonia, a small town. Harding was the oldest child out of eight kids. Warren G. Harding was born in Blooming Grove, Ohio. He had 5 sisters and 2 brothers. One of his sisters was charity Malvinas Harding, Mary Clarissa Harding, Eleanor Persilla Harding but sadly she died at the age of six, Abigail Daisy Victoria Harding, and the last was Phoebe Caroline Harding. His 2 brothers were Charles A. Harding he died at the age of 4 and his other brother George T. Harding Jr. Warren G. Harding was married to a woman named Florence Kling. Florence king meet warren g Harding when he was a publisher in the only newspaper in Marion OH. Florence`s father did not like Warren he would threaten to kill warren if he would not leave his daughter alone. Warren and Florence later on went and got married. Warren G. Harding was 25 and Florence was 30.you would think that since there young that they would be happy together. Warren Harding had lots of affaires with woman like Carrie Phillips, the wife of a Marion merchant and with another woman named Nan Britton. Warren Harding and Florence King had no kids together but Florence had a son who looked up to warren and he wanted to be a publisher just like warren G. Harding. Warren G. Harding was a democratic. Warren G. Harding went to college at Ohio central collage at the age of 14. Harding went to college in 1879 and graduated college in 1882 with a bachelor’s degree. His major in college was public speaking and in newspaper trade. Before he became president he was the Ohio state senate in 1899 but left office in 1903 as the 28th lieutenant governor of Ohio in 1904 but...

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