John Quincy Adams
George H. W. Bush
The Adamses and Coolidge may have been prety good Presidents, but they weren't long on excitement.
The exception that proves the rule is John F. Kennedy.
(Wilson was the VP during Grant's second term.)
George H. W. Bush can’t be considered a “Massachusetts candidate” or a “Massachusetts president.” He grew up in Connecticut, where his dad was a US Senator for quite a long time, and went to Yale. Most of his adult life has been spent in Texas, which he represented in Congress for one term.