|Vice - President Under Thomas Jefferson and James Madison||Served From 1805 - 1812|
|Governor of New York 1777 - 1795, 1801 - 1804|
|Born: July 2, 1739 in Little Britain, Ulster County, New York|
|Died: April 20, 1812 in Washington, D.C.|
|Buried: Old Dutch Churchyard, Kingston, Ulster County, New York|
|Date Visited: April 17, 2004|
|After finding the grave of Alton
Parker, we headed off to downtown
Kingston to find the grave of George Clinton. He is buried in a churchyard
with about 50 graves. It is by far the largest in the cemetery, so it's
pretty easy to find.
The hardest part was finding a parking spot close by. Charlie took care of that, he parked in a no parking zone. We ran over to the gravesite, took our pictures and left. The church, which you can see in the background is still an active church and they just beginning to hold services when we got there.
Well, with this grave, our day was done, and it was time to head back to Charlie's house.
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