George Wallace

George Wallace
Birth Date: Aug. 25, 1919
Birth Time: 3:30 a.m.
Birth City: Clio, Alabama, United States
Degree : 1º5'11.93"
Sun Sign*
Degree : 4º42'51.76"
Moon Sign
Pada : 2
Degree : 3º23'54.21"
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Kundali Details

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Birth Details

Gender Male
Weekday Monday
Date Aug. 25, 1919
Time 3:30 a.m.
Daylight Saving No
City Clio, Alabama, United States
Geo-location 31ºN42'31.61",
Timezone America/Chicago

Residence Details

City Clio, Alabama, United States
Timezone America/Chicago


Time (America/Chicago) Aug. 25, 1919, 03:30:00 AM
Time (UTC) Aug. 25, 1919, 08:30:00 AM
Time (LMT) Aug. 25, 1919, 02:47:33 AM
Time (Julian) 2422195.85416667
LMT Correction -5.7075 Hrs
Ayanmsha True Chitra - 22º42'59.42"

Birth Place

Location of birth place on map - Lat: 31ºN42'31.61" Lon: 85ºS36'37.8"

Life Attributes

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Body Part Problems | Paralysis


Criminal Perpetrator | Thief/ Financial crime Criminal Victim | Assault/ Battery victim


Engineer | Other Engineer Law | Jurist Military | Combat Military | Military service Military | Wounded Politics | Public office Sports | Boxing


Famous | Historic figure Book Collection | American Book


Personality | Active Personality | Aggressive/ brash Personality | Bigot


Relationship | Marriage more than 15 Yrs Relationship | Number of Divorces Relationship | Number of Marriages Relationship | Widowed

Life Story

Story of person and major life events assoicated with this Kundali

American politician who was the Democratic Governor of Alabama, beginning in 1963, for three terms. As a segregationalist, he ran for president in 1968, 1972 and 1976 unsuccessfully. In spite of building his career on segregation, he insisted that, in his heart, he was not a racist. A long-time champion of state's rights, he dominated his own state for almost a generation. He avowed that his theme of middle-class empowerment was borrowed by Richard Nixon in 1968 and then by Ronald Reagan. After being elected to his first term as governor in 1962, Wallace became the foil for the huge protests that the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. used to destroy segregation in public accommodations in 1963 and to secure voting rights for blacks in 1965. Wallace was the product of a Southern cotton town where mule-drawn wagons were as common as cars, and blacks were kept "in their place." His dad was the wastrel son of a beloved local doctor, and his mom had survived abandonment as a child and had been raised in an orphanage. Like his dad, young George was quick with his fists, a Golden Gloves winner while still in high school. Drawn to politics, he had his moment of truth at 15, as a legislative page in the Capitol at Montgomery, when he set his sights on the political process. At the University of Alabama, he began to shape his own political future. With frenetic energy and tireless pugnacity, he worked his way through school in menial jobs, cramming for tests with borrowed books. In 1943, he married 16-year-old Lureen Burns; their daughter Bobbi Joe was born the following year. Entering the Army for WW II service, Wallace was a flight engineer on bombing missions over Japan. By the time the war ended, he had been through nine combat missions and was discharged with ten percent disability from combat fatigue. Post-war, Wallace began a rapid climb up the political ladder. He was named assistant to Alabama's attorney general in 1946 and the following year won election to the Alabama legislature. By 1948 he was identified with the progressive, racially moderate wing of a state Democratic Party that still had "White Supremacy" emblazoned on its ballot emblem. From 1953-58, Wallace was an elected district judge in his home county while laying plans to run for governor in 1958. During that time, he committed two betrayals, one personal and one political, that blemished his reputation for life while giving him, at the same time, a long strangle hold on Alabama politics. The first was in 1958 when he was recorded as saying that no one "will ever out-nigger me again," and the second was when he denounced a federal judge and former friend as a "carpet-bagging, scalawagging liar." His ensuing nickname, "The Fighting Judge," helped carry him into the governorship in 1962 as an all-out segregationist. In his four terms as governor, Alabama saw an era of unparalleled corruption. Wallace's brother Gerald and his associates sold state office supplies, printing, vending machines and building leases as well as founding an asphalt company that garnered more than a million dollars in state contracts. Wallace promised white voters to continue the historic oppression of its disfranchised and largely impoverished black citizens. In his inaugural address on 1/14/1963 he promised to protect segregation "now, tomorrow, forever." On 6/11/1963, he vowed to stand in the doorway if necessary to prevent the school attendance of two black students until President Kennedy threatened him with jail if he defied the court order. It was a dangerous time for blacks. During the Wallace years, at least ten people died in racially motivated killings. In 1966, Wallace ran his wife, Lureen, for governor, a post which she won and held for two years until she died of cancer in 1968. In 1971, he married Cornelia Snively, a niece of Governor "Big Jim" Folsom; they divorced in 1978. In 1981, he married singer Lisa Taylor. They separated in 1986 and eventually divorced. By the time of the 1972 presidential election, Wallace was running strongly in the primaries when he was abruptly halted. On 5/15/1972, while campaigning, he was shot and paralyzed by 21-year old Arthur Bremer at a Laurel, MS shopping center. From that time on, his health was never strong and he believed, for the rest of his life, that were it not for the untimely bullet, he would have been on the presidential ticket. He ran once more, in 1976, but to a weakened response. On 9/13/1998, Wallace died in a Montgomery hospital. Link to Wikipedia biography

Life Events

List of life events assoicated with this Kundali profile
S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

New Job

Jan. 1, 1962

Work : New Job 1962 (First term as Governor)


Gain Social Status

Jan. 1, 1963

Work : Gain social status 1963 (Governor of Arkansas)


New Job

Jan. 14, 1963

Work : New Job 14 January 1963 (Inaugeral address) .


Lose Social Status

Jan. 1, 1968

Work : Lose social status 1968 (Tried and lost presidential bid)


Lose Social Status

Jan. 1, 1972

Work : Lose social status 1972 (Tried and lost presidential bid)


Lose Social Status

Jan. 1, 1976

Work : Lose social status 1976 (Tried and lost presidential bid)

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description


Jan. 1, 1943

Relationship : Marriage 1943 (Married 16-year-old Lureen)



Jan. 1, 1971

Relationship : Marriage 1971 (Cornelia Snively, seven years)



Jan. 1, 1981

Relationship : Marriage 1981 (Lisa Taylor six years)

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

Great Publicity

June 11, 1963

Social : Great Publicity 11 June 1963 (Vowed to block blacks from white schools) .

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

Partner Death

May 1, 1968

Death of Mate 7 May 1968 at 12:34 AM in Montgomery (Lurleen Wallace, died of cancer, age 41) .



Sept. 13, 1998

Death, Cause unspecified 13 September 1998 (Age 79) .

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

Assault Victim

May 15, 1972

Crime : Assault/ Battery Victimization 15 May 1972 at 4:05 PM in Laurel (Shot while campaigning, paralyzed) .

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

Great Insight

Jan. 1, 1935

Misc. : Great Insight 1935 (Decided on politics at 15)

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