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Riverview Cemetery, Charlottesville

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Riverview Cemetery
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Riverview Cemetery
Location of Riverview Cemetery
Details
Location
CountryUnited States
Coordinates38°01′29″N 78°27′31″W / 38.0246°N 78.4587°W / 38.0246; -78.4587
TypePrivate
Owned byRiverview Cemetery Company
Sizeabout 50 acres
No. of gravesabout 12,000
Websiteriverviewcemeteryva.com

Riverview Cemetery is a private cemetery located in the Woolen Mills section of Charlottesville, Virginia, at 1701 Chesapeake Street. Founded in 1892 as Charlottesville's two public cemeteries — Maplewood and Oakwood — were filling up, Riverview consists of about 50 acres overlooking a bend in the Rivanna River and has approximately 12,000 graves with room for about 7,000 more.[1] Some notable people interred here include Nicholas Lewis (b. 1734 d.1808), an officer in the American Revolution and friend of Thomas Jefferson;[2][3] Thomas L. Rosser (b. 1836 d. 1910) who was a General for the Confederate States of America and later an officer in the Spanish–American War; and Virginia State Senator Emily Couric (b. 1947 d.2001).

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References

  1. ^ Riverview Cemetery History, brochure, Lara Day Kozak, Historic Preservation Program of the University of Virginia School of Architecture, Spring 1998, under direction of Professor Daniel Bluestone.
  2. ^ http://www.monticello.org/site/research-and-collections/nicholas-lewis
  3. ^ http://people.virginia.edu/~mjb6g/LewisHouse/nicolaslewishouse.htm

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