James Madison Birthday (March 16th)

James Madison Birthday (March 16th)

James Madison was remembered as the fourth president of the United States. And also regarded as one of the founding father of the united sates. He  was the last father of the constitution to die. He was born in thePort Conway, Virginia. he has twelve siblings. His birthday is celebrated as famous birthday, by providing information on birhday facts, giving birthday gifts, birthday cards, pictures of Madison among the children. James Madisonparents namely Colonel James Madison sr. and Eleanor rose Conway were the slave owner of the tobacco plantation in orange county, Virginia. He spent most of his childhood in Virginia. He was also remembered as the shortest president ever in the history of the United States having a height of 5’4” and he  also weighed light only 100 Lbs so he is considered as the lightest president too.

James Madison completed four-year graduation in two years and regarded as the first graduate of the Princeton University. In the later year of his life he got married to a girl named dolly Payne Todd who was seventeen year junior to him.  he used to write about one third of the financial paper of his time. However apart from his personal life Madison served into active politics too he served the state legislature and he gained popularity as the protégé` of Thomas Jefferson which attained him prominence In Virginia politics. The prominence helped him out in drafting the declaration of religious freedom. James Madison played a great role in convincing the Virginia to give up all the claims mad eon the northeastern territories to the continental congress, which resulted in formation of Northwest Territory in the year 1783.

James Madison seemed the need of drafting of new constitution to stop the divisiveness of the state legislature. Madison three branch federal system proved to be the basis of the present day system of America. he  played an active role in writing the federal paper hose main was to aid the push for ratification in 1787-88. He wrote Hamilton, at the ratifying convention of New York. However it faced an opposition by the Wood who stated that Madison never wanted a national government that took an active role. He became the president of the United States of America in the year of 1809. he died in the later year on 4th march 1817.