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[[File:BacheSilhouette.jpg|right|thumb|250px|<center>[[Depictions of Wythe|Silhouette]] of [[George Wythe]] by William Bache, from ''Shades of Our Ancestors'', by Alice Van Leer Carrick (Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1928).</center>]]
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[[File:Baker1962Wythe.jpg|right|thumb|350px|<center>Marble bust by [[wikipedia:Bryant Baker|Bryant Baker]] (1962). Original at the [http://www.virginiacapitol.gov/ Virginia State Capitol,] Library of Virginia art collection, Richmond, Virginia.</center>]]
 
==Biographical monographs==
 
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*Loker, Aleck. ''George Wythe: Venerable Statesman, Jurist and Educator''. Williamsburg, Va.: Solitude Press, 2007.
 
*Loker, Aleck. ''George Wythe: Venerable Statesman, Jurist and Educator''. Williamsburg, Va.: Solitude Press, 2007.
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*Munson, Suzanne. ''Jefferson's Godfather: The Man Behind the Man''. Richmond, Virginia: The Oaklea Press, 2018.
  
 
*Shewmake, Oscar L. ''[http://scholarship.law.wm.edu/facpubs/1374/ The Honourable George Wythe: Teacher, Lawyer, Jurist, Statesman: An Address Delivered Before the Wythe Law Club of the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia, Dec. 18, 1921]''. Richmond, Va., 1950.
 
*Shewmake, Oscar L. ''[http://scholarship.law.wm.edu/facpubs/1374/ The Honourable George Wythe: Teacher, Lawyer, Jurist, Statesman: An Address Delivered Before the Wythe Law Club of the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia, Dec. 18, 1921]''. Richmond, Va., 1950.
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*Hemphill, W. Edwin. "[[George Wythe Courts the Muses|George Wythe Courts the Muses: In Which, to the Astonishment of Everyone, That Silent, Selfless Pedant is Found to Have Had a Sense of Humor]]." In ''William and Mary Quarterly'' 3rd ser., 9, no. 3 (July 1952), 338-345.
 
*Hemphill, W. Edwin. "[[George Wythe Courts the Muses|George Wythe Courts the Muses: In Which, to the Astonishment of Everyone, That Silent, Selfless Pedant is Found to Have Had a Sense of Humor]]." In ''William and Mary Quarterly'' 3rd ser., 9, no. 3 (July 1952), 338-345.
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*Herrink, L.S. "[[George Wythe (article)|George Wythe]]." In ''John P. Branch Historical Papers of Randolph-Macon College,'' 3, no. 4 (June 1912), 283-313.
  
 
*Lemprière, John. "Wythe, George." In ''[[Lempriere's Universal Biography]]'', edited by Eleazar Lord, 2:834. New York: R. Lockwood, 1825.
 
*Lemprière, John. "Wythe, George." In ''[[Lempriere's Universal Biography]]'', edited by Eleazar Lord, 2:834. New York: R. Lockwood, 1825.
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*Page, Rosewell. "George Wythe." In ''[[Genesis and Birth of the Federal Constitution]]'', edited by J.A.C. Chandler, 375-386. New York: Macmillan, 1924.
 
*Page, Rosewell. "George Wythe." In ''[[Genesis and Birth of the Federal Constitution]]'', edited by J.A.C. Chandler, 375-386. New York: Macmillan, 1924.
  
*Taylor, Lyon G. and Charles Washington Coleman. "[[Glimpses of Old College Life, January 1900|Glimpses of Old College Life]]." In ''William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine'' 8, no. 3 (January 1900), 153-160
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*Smith, Robert W. "George Wythe (1726-1806)." In ''Great American Judges: An Encyclopedia,'' Vol. 2, edited by John R. Vile, 835-840. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, 2003.
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*Strahan, Thomas. "George Wythe - Revolutionary Lawyer, Teacher and Judge." In ''The Christian Lawyer'', 6, no.1 (Summer, 1975): 24-33.
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*Taylor, Lyon G. and Charles Washington Coleman. "[[Glimpses of Old College Life, January 1900|Glimpses of Old College Life]]." In ''William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine'' 8, no. 3 (January 1900): 153-160.
  
 
*Tyler, Lyon Gardiner. "George Wythe." In ''[[Great American Lawyers]]'', edited by William Draper Lewis, 51-90. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: John C Winston, 1907.
 
*Tyler, Lyon Gardiner. "George Wythe." In ''[[Great American Lawyers]]'', edited by William Draper Lewis, 51-90. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: John C Winston, 1907.
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*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Wythe "George Wythe."] In ''Wikipedia''.  Accessed July 10, 2014.
 
*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Wythe "George Wythe."] In ''Wikipedia''.  Accessed July 10, 2014.
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*"[http://www.virginiamemory.com/blogs/fit-to-print/2014/08/13/george-wythe-ffdwr-founding-father-deserving-wider-recognition/ George Wythe: FFDWR (Founding Father Deserving Wider Recognition)."] In ''Fit to Print: Dispatches from the Virginia Newspaper Project @ the Library of Virginia''. Accessed March 24, 2015.
  
 
*Goodrich, Charles A. [http://colonialhall.com/wythe/wythe.php "George Wythe, 1726-1806."] In ColonialHall.com. Excerpted from ''Lives of the Signers to the Declaration of Independence''. New York: William Reed & Co., 1856. Pages 364-372.  
 
*Goodrich, Charles A. [http://colonialhall.com/wythe/wythe.php "George Wythe, 1726-1806."] In ColonialHall.com. Excerpted from ''Lives of the Signers to the Declaration of Independence''. New York: William Reed & Co., 1856. Pages 364-372.  
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*Douglas, Davison M. "[http://scholarship.law.wm.edu/popular_media/3 Jefferson's Vision Fulfilled: The Nation's Oldest Law School Celebrates 230 Years of Educating Citizen Lawyers.]" In ''William & Mary Alumni Magazine'' (Winter 2010): 48-51.
 
*Douglas, Davison M. "[http://scholarship.law.wm.edu/popular_media/3 Jefferson's Vision Fulfilled: The Nation's Oldest Law School Celebrates 230 Years of Educating Citizen Lawyers.]" In ''William & Mary Alumni Magazine'' (Winter 2010): 48-51.
  
*Hemphill, William Edwin. "[[George Wythe: America’s First Law Professor and the Teacher of Jefferson, Marshall and Clay]]."  Masters thesis, Emory University, 1933.
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*Hemphill, William Edwin. "[[George Wythe, America's First Law Professor|George Wythe, America's First Law Professor and the Teacher of Jefferson, Marshall and Clay]]."  master's thesis, Emory University, 1933.
  
 
*Hunter, Thomas. "[[Teaching of George Wythe|The Teaching of George Wythe]]." In ''The History of Legal Education in the United States: Commentaries and Primary Sources'', edited by Steve Sheppard, 1:138-168. Pasadena, CA: Salem Press, 1999.
 
*Hunter, Thomas. "[[Teaching of George Wythe|The Teaching of George Wythe]]." In ''The History of Legal Education in the United States: Commentaries and Primary Sources'', edited by Steve Sheppard, 1:138-168. Pasadena, CA: Salem Press, 1999.
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*Reveley, W. Taylor, III. "[http://scholarship.law.wm.edu/facpubs/75 W & M Law School Came First. Why Care?]" In ''University of Toledo Law Review'' 35 (2003): 185-188.
 
*Reveley, W. Taylor, III. "[http://scholarship.law.wm.edu/facpubs/75 W & M Law School Came First. Why Care?]" In ''University of Toledo Law Review'' 35 (2003): 185-188.
  
*Tesar, Linda K. "George Wythe and the Teaching of Roman Civil Law in Williamsburg." In ''Matilda of Canossa and the Origins of the Renaissance'', edited by Michèle K. Spike, 41-43. Williamsburg, Virginia: Muscarelle Museum of Art at the College of William & Mary, 2015.
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*Tesar, Linda K. [http://scholarship.law.wm.edu/libpubs/108/ "George Wythe and the Teaching of Roman Civil Law in Williamsburg."] In ''Matilda of Canossa and the Origins of the Renaissance'', edited by Michèle K. Spike, 41-43. Williamsburg, Virginia: Muscarelle Museum of Art at the College of William & Mary, 2015.
  
 
==Wythe's death==
 
==Wythe's death==
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*Chadwick, Bruce. ''I Am Murdered: George Wythe, Thomas Jefferson, and the Killing that Shocked a New Nation''. Hoboken: John Wiley & Sons, 2009.
 
*Chadwick, Bruce. ''I Am Murdered: George Wythe, Thomas Jefferson, and the Killing that Shocked a New Nation''. Hoboken: John Wiley & Sons, 2009.
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*Chadwick, Bruce. "The Mysterious Death of Judge George Wythe." In ''American History'' (February 2009): 36-41.
  
 
*Chadwick, Bruce. [http://www.historynet.com/the-mysterious-death-of-judge-george-wythe.htm "The Mysterious Death of Judge George Wythe"]. Historynet.com. Article published online December, 2008.
 
*Chadwick, Bruce. [http://www.historynet.com/the-mysterious-death-of-judge-george-wythe.htm "The Mysterious Death of Judge George Wythe"]. Historynet.com. Article published online December, 2008.
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*Tesar, Linda K. "[http://scholarship.law.wm.edu/libpubs/85 Forensic Bibliography: Reconstructing the Library of George Wythe.]" In ''Law Library Journal'' 105 (2013): 57-77.
 
*Tesar, Linda K. "[http://scholarship.law.wm.edu/libpubs/85 Forensic Bibliography: Reconstructing the Library of George Wythe.]" In ''Law Library Journal'' 105 (2013): 57-77.
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*Tesar, Linda K. "The Library Reveals the Man: George Wythe, Legal and Classical Scholar." In ''"Esteemed Bookes of Lawe” and the Legal Culture of Early Virginia'', edited by Warren M. Billings and Brent Tarter, 113-136. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2017.
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[[Category: Biographies]]
 
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Marble bust by Bryant Baker (1962). Original at the Virginia State Capitol, Library of Virginia art collection, Richmond, Virginia.

Biographical monographs

  • Bailey, John. Jefferson's Second Father. Sydney, Australia: Momentum Books, 2013.
  • Blackburn, Joyce. George Wythe of Williamsburg. New York: Harper & Row, 1975.
  • Brown, Imogene E. American Aristides: A Biography of George Wythe. Rutherford: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, c1981.
  • Clarkin, William. Serene Patriot: A Life of George Wythe. Albany, New York: Alan Publications, 1970.
  • Dill, Alonzo Thomas. George Wythe: Teacher of Liberty. Williamsburg, Va.: Virginia Independence Bicentennial Commission, 1979.
  • Kirtland, Robert Bevier. George Wythe: Lawyer, Revolutionary, Judge. New York: Garland, 1986.
  • Loker, Aleck. George Wythe: Venerable Statesman, Jurist and Educator. Williamsburg, Va.: Solitude Press, 2007.
  • Munson, Suzanne. Jefferson's Godfather: The Man Behind the Man. Richmond, Virginia: The Oaklea Press, 2018.

Biographical articles

  • Herrink, L.S. "George Wythe." In John P. Branch Historical Papers of Randolph-Macon College, 3, no. 4 (June 1912), 283-313.
  • Lewis, J. L., Jr. "Prize Biography: George Wythe." In Literary Inquirer 3, no. 2 (30 July 1834): 13.
  • Minor, B. B. "Memoir of the Author." In Decisions of Cases In Virginia, by the High Court Chancery, with Remarks Upon Decrees By the Court of Appeals, Reversing Some of Those Decisions, by George Wythe, edited by B. B. Minor, xi-xxxx. Richmond, Virginia: J.W. Randolph, 1852.
  • Smith, Robert W. "George Wythe (1726-1806)." In Great American Judges: An Encyclopedia, Vol. 2, edited by John R. Vile, 835-840. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, 2003.
  • Strahan, Thomas. "George Wythe - Revolutionary Lawyer, Teacher and Judge." In The Christian Lawyer, 6, no.1 (Summer, 1975): 24-33.
  • Taylor, Lyon G. and Charles Washington Coleman. "Glimpses of Old College Life." In William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine 8, no. 3 (January 1900): 153-160.
  • Tyler, Lyon Gardiner. "George Wythe." In Great American Lawyers, edited by William Draper Lewis, 51-90. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: John C Winston, 1907.
  • William R. Smith, "George Wythe," in Biography of the Signers to the Declaration of Independence, edited by John Sanderson, 2:161-184. Philadelphia: R.W. Pomeroy, 1823. Reprinted in Sanderson's Biographies of the Signers to the Declaration of Independence, edited by Robert T. Conrad, 633-644. Philadelphia: William Brotherhead, 1865; and An Outline of the Political and Social Life of George Washington, and Biographical Sketches of the Lives of the Fifty-six Signers of the Declaration of Independence, edited by in James Tyson, 2:196-212. Oakland, CA: Pacific Press, 1895.
  • "Wythe, George." In Encyclopædia Americana, edited by Francis Lieber, 13:287. Philadelphia: Carey, Lea, and Blanchard, 1833.

Wythe on the Web

  • Berkin, Carol. "Founding Fathers: Virginia." National Constitution Center. Excerpted from A Brilliant Solution: Inventing the American Constitution. New York: Harcourt, 2002.
  • The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. "George Wythe." Accessed July 10, 2014.
  • Goodrich, Charles A. "George Wythe, 1726-1806." In ColonialHall.com. Excerpted from Lives of the Signers to the Declaration of Independence. New York: William Reed & Co., 1856. Pages 364-372.
  • Lockwood, Thornton C. and Page Warden. "George Wythe." In The Society of the Descendants of the Signers of the Declaration of Independence. Article published December 11, 2011.
  • The Monticello Foundation. "George Wythe." In The Thomas Jefferson Encyclopedia. Accessed July 10, 2014.

Wythe the judge

  • Bryson, W. Hamilton. "The Use of Roman Law in Virginia Courts." In American Journal of Legal History 28 (1984): 135-146.
  • Hoffman, Richard J. "Classics in the Courts of the United States, 1790-1800." In American Journal of Legal History 55 (1978): 55-84.

Wythe the teacher

  • Hunter, Thomas. "The Teaching of George Wythe." In The History of Legal Education in the United States: Commentaries and Primary Sources, edited by Steve Sheppard, 1:138-168. Pasadena, CA: Salem Press, 1999.

Wythe's death

  • Berexa, Daniel P. "The Murder of Founding Father George Wythe." In Tennessee Bar Journal (January 2011): 22-29.
  • Chadwick, Bruce. I Am Murdered: George Wythe, Thomas Jefferson, and the Killing that Shocked a New Nation. Hoboken: John Wiley & Sons, 2009.
  • Chadwick, Bruce. "The Mysterious Death of Judge George Wythe." In American History (February 2009): 36-41.
  • Hemphill, W. Edwin. "Examinations of George Wythe Swinney for Forgery and Murder: A Documentary Essay." In The William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd Ser., 12, no. 4 (October 1955): 543-574.
  • Hull, Chris. "I Am Murdered." By Harmony Hunter. Past and Present: The Colonial Williamsburg Podcast (January 23, 2012).
  • Jarrett, Calvin. "Was George Wythe Murdered?" In Virginia Cavalcade 13, no.3 (Winter 1963-64): 33-39.
  • Munford, George Wythe. "Chancellor Wythe's Death." In The Two Parsons; Cupid's Sports; The Dream; and The Jewels of Virginia, 414-433. Richmond, Virginia: J.D.K. Sleight, 1884.

Wythe's library

  • Tesar, Linda K. "The Library Reveals the Man: George Wythe, Legal and Classical Scholar." In "Esteemed Bookes of Lawe” and the Legal Culture of Early Virginia, edited by Warren M. Billings and Brent Tarter, 113-136. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2017.