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  8. M. Van Buren   9. W. Harrison 10. J. Tyler 11. J. K. Polk 12. Z. Taylor 13. M. Fillmore 14. F. Pierce
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22. G. Cleveland 23. B. Harrison 24. G. Cleveland 25. W. McKinley 26. T. Roosevelt 27. W. Taft 28. W. Wilson
29. W. Harding 30. C. Coolidge 31. H. Hoover 32. F. Roosevelt 33. H. Truman 34. D. Eisenhower 35. J. Kennedy
36. L. Johnson 37. R. Nixon 38. G. Ford 39. J. Carter 40. R. Reagan 41. G. Bush 42. W. Clinton
43. G. W. Bush 44. B. Obama

Thomas Jefferson

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Birthplace

 

Birthplace: Shadwell, US Route 250; 3 miles east of Charlottesville, VA (Marker)

Visited: 10/14/10

Log Excerpt: "... then continued to outside of Charlottesville for a roadside marker of the birthplace of Thomas Jefferson (the house burnt down in the 1700s)."


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Home

 

Home: Tuckahoe, 12601 River Road, Richmond, VA

Visited: 6/22/13

Log Excerpt: "On the road north and west or Richmond to Tuckahoe Plantation NHL. Constructed around 1710 with an unusual H-shaped footprint by Thomas Randolph, it was the boyhood home of Thomas Jefferson when his father took over guardianship of the Randolph children. This was another honor-pay self-guided tour, so we walked around the property including gardens, out buildings and cemeteries"


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Home: Monticello, 931 Thomas Jefferson Parkway, Charlottesville, VA

Visited: 2/15/98

Log Excerpt: "...drove down to Monticello [NHL]. Caught first tour of the day of the house. Beautiful place, with many interesting features designed by a fascinating man. ... Whole area is extremely picturesque, with views out to the Blue Ridge Mountains."


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Gravesite

 

Gravesite: Monticello, 931 Thomas Jefferson Parkway, Charlottesville, VA

Visited: 2/15/98

Log Excerpt: "Walked around the grounds and down to Jefferson’s grave."