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Lyndon B. Johnson

Lyndon B. JohnsonAKA Lyndon Baines Johnson

Born: 27-Aug-1908
Birthplace: Stonewall, TX
Died: 22-Jan-1973
Location of death: Gillespie County, TX [1]
Cause of death: Heart Failure
Remains: Buried, Family cemetery, LBJ Ranch, Gillespie County, TX

Gender: Male
Religion: Disciples of Christ
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Head of State
Party Affiliation: Democratic

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: 36th US President, 1963-69

Military service: US Naval Reserve (Lt. Cmdr. 1940-42, Commander, 1948-64)


[1] Died at the LBJ Ranch in Gillespie County. Various sources cite Johnson City or Stonewall as the location of his death, but neither of these is correct. The ranch is in an unincorporated area 2 miles east of Stonewall (an unincorporated settlement), and 15 miles west of Johnson City (the nearest city). The National Park Service, which owns Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park containing the ranch, maintains a visitor center in Johnson City. Senate Resolution 571, 110th US Congress, bends the truth when it states that Johnson "died at 4:33PM on January 22, 1973, at his ranch in Johnson City, Texas."

Father: Sam Ealy Johnson, Jr. (b. 11-Oct-1877, d. 23-Oct-1937)
Mother: Rebekah Baines Johnson (b. 26-Jun-1881, d. 12-Sep-1958)
Sister: Rebekah Johnson Bobbitt (b. 12-Sep-1910, d. 4-Feb-1978)
Sister: Josefa Johnson White Moss (b. 16-May-1912, d. 25-Dec-1961)
Brother: Sam Houston Johnson (b. 31-Jan-1914, d. 11-Dec-1978)
Sister: Lucia Johnson Alexander (b. 20-Jun-1916, d. 19-Nov-1997)
Wife:
Lady Bird Johnson (b. 1912, m. 17-Nov-1934, until his death, d. 11-Jul-2007, two daughters)
Daughter: Lynda Bird Johnson (b. 19-Mar-1944)
Daughter: Luci Baines Johnson (b. 2-Jul-1947)
Mistress: Alice Glass (1940s-1960s)
Mistress: Madeleine Brown (1948-69, one son)
Son: Steven Mark Brown (b. 27-Dec-1950, d. 28-Sep-1990)
Mistress: Helen Gahagan

    High School: Johnson City High School, Johnson City, TX (1924)
    University: Southwest Texas State Teachers College, San Marcos, TX (1930)
    Law School: Georgetown University (1934)

    US President (1963-69)
    US Vice President (1961-63)
    US Senator, Texas (1949-61)
    US Congressman, Texas 10th (1937-49)
    National Youth Administration Texas Director (1935-37)
    Congressional Staff Secy. to Rep. Richard M. Kleberg (1931-35)
    Alfalfa Club
    American Legion
    Council on Foreign Relations
    Freemasonry 1st Degree
    National Press Club
    Lasker Award Public Service Award (1965)
    Margaret Sanger Award 1966
    Presidential Medal of Freedom posthumous, 9-Jun-1980
    Silver Buffalo 1964
    Silver Star
    Time Person of the Year 1964
    Time Person of the Year 1967
    Kentucky Colonel
    Heart Attack 1955
    Tonsillectomy
    Appendectomy
    Cholecystectomy 1965
    Hernia Operation (Nov-1966)
    Secret Service Codename Volunteer
    Birthday Is Holiday 27-Aug LBJ Day (TX)
    Lain in state at the Capitol Rotunda
    Risk Factors: Depression, Smoking, Appendicitis

    FILMOGRAPHY AS ACTOR
    Salute (17-Jul-2008) · Himself
    From the Earth to the Moon (5-Apr-1998) · Himself
    Berkeley in the Sixties (Jan-1990) · Himself

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