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The Monticello Graveyard
Photographer: Michael C. Wilcox
Taken: August 1, 2012
Caption: The Monticello Graveyard
Additional Description: The chart below shows the location of the burials in the front of the graveyard. Descendants and their families continue to be buried in the back portion of the graveyard. [Chart] The graveyard is owned and maintained by the Monticello Association, an organization of Thomas Jeffersonís lineal descendants. O.S. on Jeffersonís obelisk means “Old Style,” a date calculated before the calendar was put forward eleven days in 1752. Anne Cary Bankhead (1791 - 1826), Granddaughter 2. George Wythe Randolph (1818 - 1867), Grandson 3. Mary Adams Randolph (1830 - 1871), Grandson's wife 4. Martha Jefferson Randolph (1772 - 1836), Daughter 5. Maria Jefferson Eppes (1778 - 1804), Daughter 6. Thomas Jefferson (1743 - 1826) 7. Martha Wayles Jefferson (1748 - 1782), Wife 8. Thomas Mann Randolph (1768 - 1828), Son-in-law 9. Mary Buchanan Randolph (1818 – 1821), Great-granddaughter 10. Mary Jefferson Randolph (1803 – 1876), Granddaughter 11. Cornelia Jefferson Randolph (1799 – 1871), Granddaughter 12. James Madison Randolph (1806 – 1834), Grandson 13. Martha Jefferson Carr (1746 – 1811), Sister 14. Dabney Carr (1743 – 1773), Friend, Brother-in-law 15. Samuel Carr (1771 – 1855), Nephew 16. Jane Randolph Jefferson (1720 – 1776), Mother 17. Wilson Jefferson Cary (1784 – 1823), Great-nephew 18. William Mortimer Harrison (1802 – 1812), Cousin, drowned 19. Wilson Cary Nicholas (1761 – 1820), Grandsonís father-in-law
Submitted: March 7, 2013, by Michael C. Wilcox of Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
Database Locator Identification Number: p235831
File Size: 1.492 Megabytes

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