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There are actually 5, each was sworn in after the sitting president died or resigned:

1) John Tyler 1841-1845 - after William Henry Harrison died

2) Millard Filmore 1850-1853 - after Zachary Taylor died of Gastroenteritis

3) Andrew Johnson 1865-1869 - after Lincoln was assassinated

4) Chester A. Arthur 1881-1885 - after Garfield was assassinated

5) Gerald Ford 1974-1977 - was Speaker of the House, became VP after VP Spiro Agnew resigned, then President after President Nixon resigned

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