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 flag  Aaron  Burr

  (b. 6 February 1756Newark, Crown Colony of New Jersey   d. 14 September 1836Staten Island, New York, USA )  

Aaron Burr was born 6 February 1756 in Newark, Crown Colony of New Jersey. Aaron Burr was the child of

Aaron Burr died 14 September 1836 in Staten Island, New York, USA.


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Son of Aaron Burr and Esther Edwards

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AARON BURR, one of the many brilliant figured on the political stage in the early days of America, was born at Newark, New Jersey, February 6, 1756. He was the son of Aaron and Esther Burr, the former the president of the College of New Jersey, and the latter a daughter of Jonathan Edwards, who had ...Read MORE...


1836 - Death of Col. Burr.
Died, on the 13th at Staten Island, Colonel Aaron Burr, formerly Vice President of the United States, in the 81st year of his age. Col. Burr occupied a large space in the history of this country. he was a man of extraordinary talents, of undoubted courage, and his services during the ware of the...Read MORE...



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