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  1. 21 de may. de 2015 · John Scott Harrison, whose burial his sons had attended less than 24 hours before, had been dumped down the chute at 3:00 a.m.—not Augustus Devin.

  2. Much to his disbelief, the body was none other than that of his father, John Scott Harrison. Just 24 hours ago, they had cemented the grave vault and had the security guard watch over it.

  3. 13 de oct. de 2015 · October 13, 2015. John Scott Harrison had an interesting life. His afterlife was no less eventful. He holds the distinction of being the only man whose father and son were both presidents of the United States. John Scott Harrison’s father was ninth U.S. President William Henry Harrison and one of his sons was Benjamin Harrison, the 23rd ...

  4. John Scott Harrison Brother of President Benjamin Harrison, grandson of President William Henry Harrison, and great-grandson of Declaration of Independence Signer, Benjamin Harrison. John Scott is also the namesake of his father who is the only man in American history to be the son of one president (William Henry) and...

  5. 20 de ene. de 2016 · The stunning discovery of John Scott Harrison prompted a scandal in Ohio and attracted national attention. Local papers, such as the Cincinnati Commercial recounted the horror in sensational detail: “Harrison, with eyes starting from their sockets, shrank, almost in fear, from the awful spectacle that was presented.

  6. Nieto del noveno presidente William Henry Harrison (1841), bisnieto de Benjamín Harrison, signatario de la Declaración de Independencia e hijo de John Scott Harrison, miembro de la Cámara de Representantes por el Partido Whig, el joven Harrison realizó sus estudios medios en el Farmers College de Cincinnati (estado de Ohio).

  7. When John Scott Harrison was born on 4 October 1804, in Vincennes Township, Knox, Indiana, United States, his father, President William Henry Harrison Sr., was 31 and his mother, Anna Tuthill Symmes, was 29. He married Lucretia Knapp Johnson in 1824. They were the parents of at least 1 son and 2 daughters.