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-The Bush Family starts with James Smith Bush (1925-1889) tied ass attorney and Episcopal.
- Samuel Prescott Bush (1863-1948) : close advisor to President Herbet Hoover and at the same time, responsible of Remington and other weapons dealers relationship with the government. Most of the records and correspondence of Samuel P. Bush's arms-related work with the government were destroyed at the National Archives, in order 'to save space'
-Prescott Bush (1895-1972): Senator from Connecticut and Wall Street executive banker. Was in charge of Union Banking Corporation, who was in charge of Hitler's and nazi's money during WW2. The assets were held by the government for the duration of the war, then returned afterward. UBC was dissolved in 1951. Bush's interest in UBC consisted of one share. For it, he was reimbursed $1,500,000. These assets were later used to launch Bush family investments in the Texas energy industry.
-George H.W. Bush (1924-asap): was fighting the nazis while his dad was taking care of their money at home. Started a close friendship and business relationship with Bin Laden family in the late 70's (the families are still deeply connected nowadays). Led the first campaign in Irak, creating an embargo, that was not respected by the group who will hire him after his presidence : Carlyle. They were buying petroleum for $1, selling it for $3.
-George Walker Bush (1946-asap) : biggest stupid and mother fucker president ever. Screwed all american people, li...

Barbara BushJeb BushGeorge H. W. BushLaura Bush, and George W. Bush, and Hall of Fame pitcher Bob Feller watch tee ball on the White House lawn.

[edit]Patrilineal line

  • Richard Bush (c. 1676–1732 in BristolPlymouth Colony) is believed to be the earliest known patrilineal member of the Bush family. He lived in North America.
  • Obadiah Newcomb Bush (January 28, 1797–1851) was the son of blacksmith Timothy Bush, Jr. and Lydia Newcomb, and was born in Penfield, New York on January 28, 1797. He left home during the War of 1812 and married Harriet Smith (1800–1867) (Cambridge, New York, May 12, 1800 – Cincinnati, Ohio, June 21, 1867), the daughter of Dr. Sanford Smith (1760–1815) (Stonington, Connecticut, February 27, 1760 – Scipio, New York, June 15, 1815) and his wife Priscilla Whippo Smith (1763–1838) (Cambridge, New York, c. 1763 – Pottstown, Pennsylvania, August 26, 1838), in Rochester, New York on November 8, 1821. He and his wife had seven children. Through his son Reverend James Smith Bush (1825–1889), he is the great-great-grandfather of former President George Herbert Walker Bush and the great-great-great-grandfather of President George W. Bush. In Rochester, Obadiah was employed as a schoolmaster and was also a well known abolitionist. He served as vice president of the Anti-Slavery Society and was on a committee to nominate candidates for justice of the peace. His brother Henry, a manufacturer of stoves, was also well known for his involvement in abolitionist activities. He was a participant in the Underground Railroad, and even petitioned the New York State Legislature to secede from the Union in a protest against slavery. The Rochester Daily Advertiser accused him of encouraging "anarchy." Eventually Obadiah, Henry and possibly another brother or two went off to find their fortunes in the California Gold Rush of 1849. After two years of toiling in California he began passage home, by ship, to retrieve his family in New York. He died, however, aboard ship and was given a sea burial. According to the book The Faith of George W. Bush: "[He] left his home during the War of 1812, became a schoolmaster, then caught gold fever and left for California during the Gold Rush of 1849. Two years later, he tried to return home to reclaim his family and take them west. He died in the attempt, though, and was buried at sea. leaving his wife and seven children alone in Rochester, New York."[citation needed]

[edit]Other notable relatives

[edit]Connections to other prominent families

George W. Bush and George H. W. Bush in Beijing, 2008

[edit]Walker family

George Herbert "Bert" Walker (1875–1953) was a wealthy American banker and businessman. His daughter Dorothy married Prescott Bush, making him the grandfather of the 41st President George H. W. Bush and the great-grandfather of the 43rd President George W. Bush. He is also the namesake of the Walker Cup, a men's amateur golf trophy contested in odd-numbered years between a U.S. team and a combined Great Britain

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The Family: The Real Story of the Bush Dynasty

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The Family: The Real Story of the Bush Dynasty is a supposed non-fiction book by the American investigative journalist Kitty Kelley. It was published on 14 September 2004, less than two months before the 2004 US Presidential election. Kelley was widely attacked in the media for the book, with charges of partisanship and challenges to her credibility.[1]


The Family received attention due to its allegations that George W. Bush snorted cocaine with his brothers at Camp David during his father's presidency. One of Kelley's sources for the cocaine allegation was Neil Bush's ex-wife Sharon Bush, who has since denied telling Kelley the story. Kelley claims that Sharon Bush told her the story in front of a witness and has recanted due to pressure from the Bush family.[2]
The book also claims that in college Laura Bush was "a go-to girl for dime bags of marijuana," Barbara Bush objected to the fact that her son's girlfriend's stepfather was Jewish, and that at Harvard, George W. Bush objected to a classroom viewing of the filmThe Grapes of Wrath by asking "Why are you going to show us that Commie movie?" and saying "Look. People are poor because they are lazy."[3]
Glynn Wilson, a free-lance journalist from Alabama, sued Kelley for plagiarism claiming passages from the book have the exact wording as his on-line article.[4]