U.S. Presidents Who Appointed Many Supreme Court Justices

There have been 44 presidents and 114 justices of the supreme court, so on average each president appoints about 2.6 justices. Name the presidents who beat this average.
The name of one of their appointees is given as a hint.
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Last updated: February 10, 2019
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Number
Appointee
President
8
John Jay
George Washington
8
Felix Frankfurter
Franklin D. Roosevelt
6
Roger B. Taney
Andrew Jackson
5
Salmon P. Chase
Abraham Lincoln
5
Charles Evans Hughes
William Taft
5
Potter Stewart
Dwight D. Eisenhower
4
Joseph Philo Bradley
Ulysses S. Grant
4
Lucius Quintus Cincinnatus Lamar II
Grover Cleveland
4
Henry Billings Brown
Benjamin Harrison
4
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Warren G. Harding
4
Fred M. Vinson
Harry S. Truman
4
Warren Burger
Richard Nixon
3
John Marshall
John Adams
3
Henry Brockholst Livingston
Thomas Jefferson
3
Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr.
Theodore Roosevelt
3
Louis Brandeis
Woodrow Wilson
3
Sandra Day O'Connor
Ronald Reagan
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