Jack Reagan
Father of Ronald Reagan
Jack Reagan
John Edward “Jack” Reagan was the father of United States President Ronald Reagan (1911–2004) and his older brother Neil "Moon" Reagan (1908–1996).
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Historically, fathers really do matter - Troy Media Corporation
Google News - over 5 years
Another American president, Ronald Reagan, had a more subtle relationship with his father, the alcoholic failed shoe salesman Jack Reagan. Indeed, the historian Robert Dallek believes that Reagan's youthful reaction to his father's alcoholism was
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Reagan family commemorated - Clinton Herald
Google News - almost 6 years
8, 1904, Nellie Clyde Wilson and John (Jack) Reagan married at the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church rectory at 703 12th Ave. The current rectory was built in 1950. Other acclaimed sites are Nellie and Jack's first home, now located at 907 12th
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OP-ED CONTRIBUTOR; Dutch Returns
NYTimes - about 6 years
BACK in 1992, when Ronald Reagan first began to be strange (a bewilderment in his amethyst gaze, a hesitancy in speech and step), he impulsively said that he wanted to visit his birthplace. This desire was a surprise to those around the former president. He had never shown any interest in Tampico, Ill. I had gone there often while researching his
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John Reagan, Marc Tobias
NYTimes - over 7 years
Dr. John Peter Reagan and Marc Ian Tobias are to affirm their partnership Sunday at the Boathouse in Central Park. Edie Reagan, Mr. Reagan's sister, who is a chaplain, and Rabbi Marcia Rappaport are to lead the commitment ceremony. Dr. Reagan (left), 48, is a chiropractor and a partner in Martino & Reagan Chiropractic in Manhattan. He graduated
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THE 40TH PRESIDENT; Excerpts From the Eulogies: Recollections of Hope, Humor and One Very Big Heart
NYTimes - over 12 years
Following are excerpts from eulogies yesterday for former President Ronald Reagan by Margaret Thatcher, the former British prime minister; Brian Mulroney, the former Canadian prime minister; former President George Bush, President Bush and former Senator John C. Danforth, as recorded by the Federal Document Clearing House Inc. A full transcript is
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WASHINGTON TALK: THE PRESIDENCY; Return to the Land of the Gipper
NYTimes - almost 29 years
LEAD: Ronald Reagan played football in college. Then he played a football player in a movie. In some ways he has been playing the player, if not the game itself, ever since. Ronald Reagan played football in college. Then he played a football player in a movie. In some ways he has been playing the player, if not the game itself, ever since. In his
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HOMETOWN PREENS FOR REAGAN
NYTimes - about 33 years
''I tell you,'' said Paul Berrettini, ''it's really exciting when a President admits he's from a place like this.'' This place is Dixon, Ill., a city of 15,000 people on the Rock River 100 miles west of Chicago. And the President is none other than Ronald (Dutch) Reagan, that gangly fellow who played tackle on the 1928 Dixon High Dukes, who headed
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NEW YORK; THE REST OF THE STORY
NYTimes - about 34 years
No one pays much attention to President Reagan's homespun folk tales anymore. That's because dyspeptic reporters criticize him every time for getting the dates or figures or facts wrong. So he's not very good at dates or figures or facts. But that's no reason to tune out when he's telling a good yarn. Just last week he spun a swell one. It was at
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Jack Reagan
    FIFTIES
  • 1941
    Age 57
    Died on May 18, 1941.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1914
    Age 30
    Between 1914 to 1920, the Reagan family moved several times from Tampico to several small Illinois towns and Chicago, before finally settling down in Dixon in 1920.
    More Details Hide Details Jack's paternal grandfather, Michael O'Regan was a native of County Tipperary, Ireland. O'Regan worked as a tenant farmer during his early years in Ireland, before he moved to London in 1852. O'Regan married an Irish refugee, Catherine Mulcahey in London and anglicised his family surname as "Reagan". The Reagans relocated to Carroll County, Illinois in 1856, where their son, John Michael was born. John Michael became as a grain-elevator farmer, and married Jenny Cusick in 1878. Cusick was born in Canada, but like John Michael her parents came from Ireland. Their son, John Edward "Jack", was born five years later.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1904
    Age 20
    The two were married in Fulton's Immaculate Conception Roman Catholic church in November 1904.
    More Details Hide Details They had two children: Neil "Moon" Reagan and Ronald Wilson Reagan. After the birth of their second son, Reagan's wife Nelle was told not to have any more children.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1883
    Born
    Born on July 13, 1883.
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