"In Wythe's Memory"

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Item from the Richmond Times from 1901, concerning a monument to George Wythe.

Article text, 12 January 1901

Page 4

In Wythe's Memory

It is understood that Representative Lamb will try to get Congress to make an appropriation for a monument over the grave of George Wythe, in St. John's Church yard. Mr. Wythe was one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence, and was prominent in the affairs of the State in the latter part of the eighteenth century.