John Marshall

Harlan I



Associate Justice of the Supreme Court
Chief Justice of the United States
December 9, 1877
October 14, 1911
Appointed by
Rutherford B
Chief Justice of the United States
Appointed by


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The weekend before Memorial Day of 2023, I took a trip to Washington DC. After checking in to my AirBNB on the 24th, I found I had a decent amount of time in the day available, so I took the bus north to Rock Creek Cemetery to graves of Stone, Field, Van Devanter, and Harlan I.

Harlan's stone was a little hard to find as his name isn't prominently displayed on it, but Findagrave was very useful.

Also buried in this cemetery are Gore Vidal, Tim Russert, and Upton Sinclair.



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