This Presidents Day, Lincolns and Jacksons are up for Claim through Treasury’s Unclaimed Property Program


Treasurer McCord highlights president and first lady names, encourages all to search

Harrisburg – February 17, 2014 – (RealEstateRama) — Presidents Day sales may be hard to resist this holiday weekend, but today State Treasurer Rob McCord noted a way to put some money back in your wallet – Treasury’s Unclaimed Property Program. The Treasurer spotlighted the names of presidents and first ladies that appear in Treasury’s free unclaimed property database, but encouraged all Pennsylvanians to search to find out if any of the $2.2 billion in lost and forgotten money and items Treasury currently holds belongs to them.

“We have hundreds of Washingtons and Jeffersons in our unclaimed property database, but this Presidents Day, we want all Pennsylvanians to search and find out if we are holding lost or forgotten money or items for them,” Treasurer McCord said. “Even if your name isn’t so presidential, there is still a one-in-10 chance that there is something waiting for you. Treasury’s Return Team is ready to help you claim it free of charge.”

Treasurer McCord encouraged Pennsylvanians who recognize a name on this list to call Treasury’s Return Team at 1-800-222-2046. Anyone can search for unclaimed property and initiate a claim online via Treasury’s database at

John Adams, Glen Lyon
James Madison, Newtown Square
James Monroe, Tioga
Andrew Jackson, Van Meter
William H. Harrison, Bedford
John Tyler, Fairless Hills
James Polk, Philadelphia
Zachary Taylor, Bellefonte
Franklin Pierce, Philadelphia
James Buchanan, Shenandoah
Andrew Johnson, Womelsdorf
Ulysses S. Grant, Harrisburg
James Garfield, Ambridge
Grover Cleveland, Chester
Benjamin Harrison, York
William McKinley, New Castle
Theodore Roosevelt, Bryn Mawr
Woodrow Wilson, West Conshohocken
Warren Harding, Athens
Herbert Hoover, East Freedom
Franklin Roosevelt, Philadelphia
Harry Truman, Brookville
Dwight Eisenhower, Drums
John F. Kennedy, Oil City
Lyndon Johnson, Horsham
Richard Nixon, Saltsburg
Gerald Ford, Newport
Jimmy Carter, Sewickley
Ronald Reagan, Glenshaw
George Bush, Ranshaw
William J. Clinton, Natrona Heights
Joseph Obama of Pittsburgh

Martha Washington, Willow Grove
Abigail Adams, Swarthmore
Elizabeth Monroe, California
Louisa Adams, Allentown
Rachel Jackson, Pottstown
Anna Harrison, Folsom
Margaret Taylor, Mars
Mary Lincoln, Trainer
Edith Wilson, Lansdowne
Florence Harding, West Chester
Jacqueline Kennedy, Monongahela
Patricia Nixon, Canonsburg
Barbara Bush, Aston
Laura Bush, Albrightsville

The Treasurer noted that businesses and organizations can also have unclaimed property, such as Van Buren Homes of Beaver.

Generally speaking, unclaimed property is any financial asset that has been left with a business or government agency without activity or contact for at least one year. Common forms of property reported to Treasury each year include abandoned bank accounts, forgotten stocks, uncashed checks, and contents of safe deposit boxes.

Since January 2009, the McCord Treasury has collected more than $1.1 billion in property, returned more than $526 million to rightful owners, and generated about $619 million for the state’s General Fund through the Unclaimed Property Program. Overall, there is $2.2 billion in Treasury’s online unclaimed property database available to claim.

To learn more about Pennsylvania’s Unclaimed Property Program or to search for property, visit or call 1-800-222-2046.

Media contact: Elizabeth Foose, 717-787-2991 or


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