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What judge (and law professor) lived in the house at right? His son, also a law professor (who also served as a judge for a very short period of time), later lived in it, too. Where is the house?
Posted by Alfred Brophy at 01:09 PM in Legal History, Monuments | Permalink
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This is a guess based on what I know about Al's research interests. Did the house belong to St. George Tucker and then Beverley Tucker? If my guess is correct, I assume the house is in Williamsburg.
Bob Strassfeld |
June 18, 2012 at 03:55 PM
Bob--you are very good. Perhaps I'm quite predictable -- but that you're able to predict me is quite an accomplishment, because my interests are pretty obscure! You are correct; this is the St. George Tucker house in Williamsburg -- later occupied by his son Beverley Tucker. I mentioned Tucker in a post on John Marshall's grave:
Alfred Brophy |
June 18, 2012 at 05:01 PM
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