Barack Obama Family Tree


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Barack Obama Family Tree

  1. Barack Obama's Family Tree Supreme Court Justice Obama's distant cousin, Gabriel Duvall, was a member of the US House of Representatives, from the second district of Maryland. In 1811, he was appointed to the Supreme Court, where he sat until 1834. He was also a friend of Thomas Jefferson and the owner of 37 slaves.
  2. Farmers Louisa Eliza Stroup Dunham and Jacob Mackey Dunham are the candidate's great-great-great grandparents. A farmer in Tipton, County, Indiana in the 1870s, Jacob Dunham later owned restaurants and a confectionary in the Oklahoma Territory. He died in 1807. Barack Obama's Family Tree
  3. Grandparents Stanley and Madelyn Dunham pose with Obama's mother Ann in a photograph probably taken in the 1950s. Born in Kansas, Obama's maternal grandparents lived in four states before settling in Hawaii. Barack Obama's Family Tree
  4. Mother Though she has signed this sophomore yearbook photograph of herself "Stanley" — her parents named her Stanley Ann at birth — Obama's mother was known as Ann for most of her life. After attending Mercer Island High School in Washington, she enrolled at the University of Hawaii, where she met Barack Obama, Sr. Barack Obama's Family Tree
  5. Father Born in Kenya, Barack Obama Sr. came to the University of Hawaii in order to study for a degree in economics. This photograph hangs on the wall of his stepmother's house in Kogelo, Kenya. Barack Obama's Family Tree
  6. Parents Barack Sr. and Ann Dunham married in February, 1961 and Barack was born six months later. Their union did not last long, however. The marriage ended in divorce in early 1964. Barack Obama's Family Tree
  7. The Young Obama For the first six years of his life, Barack lived in Hawaii. In 1967, his mother remarried and the family moved to Indonesia. Barack Obama's Family Tree
  8. Reunion After the divorce, Barack Jr. only saw his father one more time, in Hawaii, in 1972, when this photograph was taken. The senior Barack then returned to Kenya, where he worked for a US oil company and the Kenyan government. He died in a car accident in 1982, at the age of 46. Barack Obama's Family Tree
  9. Half Sister Maya Soetoro, the daughter of Barack's mother and her second husband, Lolo Soetoro, sits beside the young Barack, Ann and grandfather Stanley Dunham in this photograph taken in Hawaii the early 1970s. Ann came back to Hawaii to attend graduate school in 1974 and remained until 1977, when she returned to Indonesia. Barack Obama's Family Tree
  10. Family Ties When Ann returned to Indonesia, the young Barack remained behind in Hawaii, where he was raised by his maternal grandparents. He eventually attended Columbia University in New York, where this photo was taken in the 1980s. Barack Obama's Family Tree
  11. Extended Family On his father's side, Obama has numerous relatives. He has made several visits to the home of his step grandmother, Sarah Obama, front row, second from right. He also has four half brothers through his father. Barack Obama's Family Tree
  12. Kenya Sarah Obama, now 86, still resides in Kogelo. In this photo, she and Obama pose together outside her home in 1995. Barack Obama's Family Tree
  13. Michelle Barack met his wife in the late 1980s, when the two worked at the prestigious Chicago law firm Sidley & Austin. They were married in 1992. Shortly thereafter, they spent a Christmas in Hawaii, where this photo was taken. Barack Obama's Family Tree
  14. The Next Generation Barack and Michelle have two children, Malia, now 10, and Sasha, 7. Barack Obama's Family Tree