Full Name: Thomas Woodrow Wilson
Born: December 28, 1856
Place of Birth: Staunton, Virgina
Ancestry: Scotch - Irish
Father: Joseph Wilson (1822 - 1903)
Mother: Jessie Janet Woodrow Wilson (1830- 1888)
First Lady: Ellen Axson Wilson and Edith Bolling Galt
Children: Four; 1 boy, 3 girls
Pet(s): Old Ike the ram; sheep; chickens; cats
Education: College Of New Jeresy (now Princeton University)
Occupation: Teacher, Public Official
Military Service: None
Political Party: Democrat
Offices Held: Governor of New Jersey, (1911-13)
Terms Served: Two; (1913 - 1917); (1917 - 1921)
Vice Presidents: Thomas Marshall
Campaign Slogan: He Kept Us Out Of War.
States Admitted: None
Sport or Hobby: Golf, Riding, Walking
Nickname: The Professor
Died: Febuary 3, 1924 - Age 68
Place of Death: Washington, D.C.
Cause of Death: Stroke
He loved to attend the theater, especially Vaudeville.
Toward the end of his Presidency, Wilson suffered a stroke which paralyzed his left side.
He was the first President to earn a Ph.D.