- we hunt the dead

Aaron Burr
February 6, 1756 – September 14, 1836
Princeton Cemetery - Princeton, NJ


Aaron Burr is most well-known for his infamous duel with Alexander Hamilton in which Hamilton ended up dead.  He, however, was also known for being a colonel during the American Revolution, the 3rd Vice President of the United States, and even being charged with treason.



Princeton Cemetery provides maps to its visitors which clearly mark all notable graves within its walls, so this one should be easy to find. It is located to the extreme left of the main entrance, close to the border of the cemetery and Wiggens Street in the President's Plot.


And don't miss all the other interesting people buried in Princeton Cemetery!


Factoid: The first Got Milk? commercial prominently featured Aaron Burr.  Watch it by clicking below.



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