Is this the name of a Mayberry character or Vice President of the United States?

Was he part of The Andy Griffith Show… or American history?

The Andy Griffith Show is part of American history. Heck, the sitcom even had an episode about American history, "Andy Discovers America." It's the one that introduced Helen Crump.

While Mayberry is the All-American small town — it is not a real place in America. The exploits of Barney Fife are not a true part of American history.

Can you tell American history apart from television lore? The following men were either Vice Presidents or characters around Mayberry. Try to sort them!

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  1. Malcolm Merriweather
  2. Cyrus Tankersley
  3. Hannibal Hamlin
  4. Hobart M. Tucker
  5. George Dallas
  6. Elbridge Gerry
  7. John Masters
  8. Warren Ferguson
  9. Alben Barkley
  10. Orville Monroe
  11. Levi Morton
  12. Schuyler Colfax
  13. Jud Fletcher
  14. Art Crowley

Is this the name of a Mayberry character or Vice President of the United States?

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Paulsalapatas 2 months ago
12/14. can't remember ancient VP's, but should remember every character's name seeing as I've been watching this for more than half a century!
Toot1956 4 months ago
Congrats 14/14 wow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Momoflove4 5 months ago
12 out of 14, not too bad, 🤷‍♀️
Evan 5 months ago
12/14. Having a BS in history probably helps. But then maybe should've gotten them all!
Dario 8 months ago
12 out of 14. 😁😁😁😁😁
aufkurs 8 months ago
14 out of 14 :) Comes from being a lifelong fan of The Andy Griffith Show
FLETCH 8 months ago
wow, 12/14 with a lot of guessing, lol
Kate FLETCH 2 months ago
Same lol
Utzaake 8 months ago
14/14. Memorized VP names when I was a kid, so had that going for me.
5. Namesake of Dallas, TX and Phillies administrative & managerial legend George Dallas Green.
6. Namesake of the dreadful concept of gerrymandering.
pattysdaughter 8 months ago
I am new to this app. Can someone explain TAGS?
texasluva pattysdaughter 8 months ago
Sure. The Andy Griffith Show.
MrBill 8 months ago
14/14; fairly easy quiz for me as I am a big fan of the TAGS.
bnichols23 8 months ago
10. Rotten, for as much of a history buff as I am. :\
daDoctah 8 months ago
Sure, John Masters was the Mayberry choir director, but you omitted that he was played by one of my fave "that guy" actors, Olan Soulé (who was also the police lab guy on Dragnet and the voice of the animated '70s Batman).

Also, while you explained that Levi Morton was vice president under Harrison, you didn't say *which* Harrison. (It was Benjamin; John Tyler was grandpa William's veep.)
alfresco77 daDoctah 8 months ago
John Masters was also the hotel clerk who registered Mr. Darling as a solo guest, only to later hear an entire band playing up in the room.
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