Philip Pendleton




Associate Justice of the Supreme Court
Chief Justice of the United States
May 11, 1836
February 24, 1841
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The weekend before Memorial Dayof 2023, I took a trip to Washington DC. After a morning at Arligton, I went to the National Cathedral for the grave of Woodrow Wilson. Once done there, I made it clear out to the southeast of the city to the Congressional Cemetery.

Very old cemetery with LOTS of famous people buried here - including J Edgar Hoover and John Philip Sousa. But also a quirky little space. Notably, they fund the upkeep of the cemetery with memberships in "K9 Corner," which allow you to bring your dog to the cemetery, and at certain times, even let your dog run free without a leash. My visit coincided with one such free-roaming dog-park event.

His grave was kinda hard to find honestly, and the inscription on the stone is well-worn. You can find it behind the "cenotaphs" to the left before you reach the chapel.



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