Treasury’s Unclaimed Property Program Can Help Put Lincolns, Jacksons or More Back in Residents’ Wallets this Presidents’ Day


Department highlights presidential names in database, encourages all residents to search

Harrisburg – February 12, 2015 – (RealEstateRama) — This Presidents’ Day, hundreds of Adams, Johnsons and Wilsons are owed unclaimed property, but with $2.3 billion in lost and forgotten money up for claim, the Pennsylvania Treasury encourages all residents to search to find out if they are owed any funds.

“Dwight D. Eisenhower of Drums and George Bush of Factoryville have unclaimed property waiting for them at Treasury, but even if your name is not as presidential, there’s still a one-in-10 chance we have money for you,” Executive Deputy State Treasurer Christopher Craig said. “It’s easy and free to find out – simply visit and search today.”

Each year, Treasury receives millions of dollars in unclaimed property – money from items such as abandoned bank accounts, forgotten stocks, uncashed checks, and contents of safe deposit boxes. The department is currently seeking the owners of $2.3 billion in unclaimed property, all of which is searchable and claimable for free via

A number of presidential names and those of past first ladies appear in Treasury’s unclaimed property database, including:

• George Washington, Connellsville

•John Adams, Edwardsville

•James Monroe, Pittsburgh

•Andrew Jackson, Grove City

•William H. Harrison, Stroudsburg

•John Tyler, Levittown

•James Polk, Hanover

•Zachary Taylor, Bellefonte

•Franklin Pierce, Philadelphia

•James Buchanan, Robesonia

•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, Red Lion

•Warren Harding, Newville

•Herbert Hoover, East Freedom

•Franklin Roosevelt, Philadelphia

•Harry Truman, Hopwood

•Dwight D. Eisenhower, Drums

•John F. Kennedy, Warminster

•Lyndon Johnson, Willow Grove

•Richard M. Nixon, Cecil

•Gerald Ford, Media

•Jimmy Carter, Sewickley

•Ronald Reagan, Glenshaw

•George Bush, Factoryville

•William J. Clinton, Natrona Heights

•Joseph Obama, Pittsburgh

•Martha Washington, Willow Grove

•Abigail Adams, Swarthmore

•Elizabeth Monroe, California

•Louisa Adams, Allentown

•Rachel Jackson, Pottstown

•Anna Harrison, Bridgeville

•Margaret Taylor, Homestead

•Jane Pierce, Harrisburg

•Mary Lincoln, Trainer

•Julia Grant, Melrose Park

•Frances Cleveland, Bryn Mawr

•Ellen Wilson, Lancaster

•Edith Wilson, Erie

•Florence Harding, West Chester

•Jacqueline Kennedy, Pocono Lake

•Claudia Johnson, Huntingdon Valley

•Patricia Nixon, Canonsburg

•Betty Ford, Edwardsville

•Barbara Bush, Aston

•Laura Bush, Albrightsville

Treasury also holds unclaimed property for businesses, organizations, schools and even fire departments like President Volunteer Fire Dept. in Oil City.

Pennsylvanians who recognize one of these names are encouraged to call Treasury’s Return Team at 1-800-222-2046. Anyone can search for unclaimed property and initiate a claim online via

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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