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10 Longest Living U.S. Presidents

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Former President George H. W. Bush (credit: BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images)

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KENNEBUNKPORT, Maine — Former President George H.W. Bush celebrates his 90th birthday Thursday. A list of the 10 longest-lived U.S. presidents, their age and the day they died, if applicable:

1. Gerald Ford; 93 years, 165 days; died Dec. 26, 2006.

2. Ronald Reagan; 93 years, 120 days; died June 5, 2004.

3. John Adams; 90 years, 247 days; died July 4, 1826.

4. Herbert Hoover; 90 years, 71 days; died Oct. 20, 1964.

5. George H.W. Bush; 90 years, 0 days.

6. Jimmy Carter; 89 years, 254 days.

7. Harry Truman; 88 years, 232 days; died Dec 26, 1972.

8. James Madison; 85 years, 104 days; died June 28, 1836.

9. Thomas Jefferson; 83 years, 82 days; died July 4, 1826.

10. Richard Nixon; 81 years, 103 days; died April 22, 1994.

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