US Presidents by last words

Which US Presidents said these last words?
Pierce's, Taft's, Truman's and Ford's last words are unknown.
Reagan's are only known by familiars.
Arthur's are not recorded but according to a friend
Hoover's are not spoken but his last written words
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Last updated: June 26, 2023
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Last words
"Are the doctors here? Doctor, my lungs..."
Benjamin Harrison
"I regret that I should leave this world without again beholding him."
James Monroe
Richard Nixon
"Swaim, can't you stop the pain?"
James A. Garfield
"I understand the true principles of the government. I wish them carried out. I ask nothing more."
William Henry Harrison
"Oh, Lord God Almighty, as thou wilt!"
James Buchanan
"Goodbye, all, goodbye. It is God’s way. His will be done."
William McKinley
"The nourishment is palatable."
Millard Fillmore
"No, doctor, nothing more"
Thomas Jefferson
"Please put out the light."
Theodore Roosevelt
"My right side is paralyzed. I need no doctor. I can overcome my own troubles."
Andrew Johnson
"There is but one reliance."
Martin Van Buren
"This is the last of earth. I am content."
John Quincy Adams
"Send Mike immediately."
Lyndon B. Johnson
"I know I am going where Lucy is."
Rutherford B. Hayes
"No, you certainly can't."
John F. Kennedy
"I have tried so hard to do right."
Grover Cleveland
Last words
"I love you too."
George H. W. Bush
"I regret nothing, but I am sorry to leave my friends."
Zachary Taylor
"Life is not worth living."
Chester A. Arthur
"I have a terrific headache."
Franklin D. Roosevelt
"I hope to meet each of you in heaven. Be good, children, all of you, and strive to be ready when the change comes."
Andrew Jackson
"Good morning, Robert."
Calvin Coolidge
"I want to go. God take me."
Dwight D. Eisenhower
"She won't think anything about it."
Abraham Lincoln
"That’s good. Go on, read some more."
Warren G. Harding
Ulysses S. Grant
"I love you, Sarah. For all eternity, I love you."
James K. Polk
"When the machinery is broken... I am ready."
Woodrow Wilson
" 'Tis Well."
George Washington
"Nothing more than a change of mind, my dear."
James Madison
"Thomas Jefferson survives."
John Adams
"Perhaps it is best."
John Tyler
"Bathtubs are a menace to ex-presidents for as you may recall a bathtub rose up and fractured my vertebrae when I was in Venezuela on your world famine mission in 1946. My warmest sympathy and best wishes for your speedy recovery."
Herbert Hoover
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Jun 10, 2023
"Oh, do not cry. Be good children and we shall meet in heaven." is said by Andrew Jackson, not Andrew Johnson.