Garfield Memorial Cabin (length=10 minutes)
Produced by Scott Newell for Moreland Hills Historical Society-2017
JAMES ABRAM GARFIELD
20TH President of the United States of America
Term: March 4, 1881 to September 19, 1881
Military: Colonel of the 42nd Ohio Volunteer Infantry. Later he was promoted to brigadier general.
Assassinated: July 2, 1881 shote twice in the back by the insane Charles Julius Guiteau at the Baltimore and Potomac Railroad Station in Washington Terminal
Died: September 19, 1881 Elberton, New Jersey, September 19, 1881.
Entombed: 1890 Garfield Memorial, Lake View Cemetery, Cleveland, Ohio.
Siblings: Mehitabel (1821-1909), Thomas (1822-1910), Mary (1824-1884), James Ballou (1826-1829)
Spouse: Lucretia Rudolf m. 1858 Hiram, Ohio
Children: Eliza Arabella (1860-1863), Harry Augustus (1863-1942), James Rudolph (1865-1950), Mary (Mollie) (1867-1947, Irvin McDowell (1870-1951), Abram (1872-1958),