Who belonged to Andrew Jackson’s “Kitchen Cabinet”?

The unofficial group of advisors to President Andrew Jackson, active mainly during his first term (1829-1833), included:

Amos Kennedy, newspaper editor from Kentucky

Andrew J. Donelson, Jackson’s personal secretary

William B. Lewis, an old military comrade

Martin Van Buren, secretary of state

John H. Eaton, secretary of war

Duff Green, newspaper editor; replaced in midterm by Francis J. Blair