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Albemarle County
Virginia

Politicians who were born in Albemarle County

  Albemarle County (no city given):
 
  Albemarle County, 1700-1799: John Harvie, 1742 — Thomas Jefferson, 1743 — John Walker, 1744 — James Maury, 1746 — Samuel Hopkins, 1753 — David Meriwether, 1755 — James Meriwether, 1755 — Walter Leake, 1762 — Francis Walker, 1764 — Christopher Henderson Clark, 1767 — Joel Yancey, 1773 — Samuel Hughes Woodson, 1779 — Chilton Allan, 1786 — Edward Coles, 1786 — Cabell Breckinridge, 1788 — Thomas B. Monroe, 1791 — Rice Garland, 1798
  Albemarle County, 1800-1899: Nicholas P. Trist, 1800 — Dabney Smith Carr, 1802 — James W. Flanagan, 1805 — John William Clark Watson, 1808 — Benjamin F. Randolph, 1808 — John J. Thomas, 1813 — James T. Farley, 1829 — John A. Moon, 1855
  Albemarle County, 1900-1999: Nathaniel B. Early, Jr., 1902
  Browns Gap: John T. Harris, 1823
  Near Charlottesville: William W. Irvin, 1779 — Francis W. Eppes, 1801 — Meriwether Lewis Randolph, 1810 — George W. Randolph, 1818 — Richard Thomas Walker Duke, 1822 — John W. Fishburne, 1868
  Earlysville: Nathaniel B. Early, 1866
  Gilmerton: Thomas Walker Gilmer, 1802
  Greenwood: George D. Andrews, Jr., 1902
  Near Greenwood: George S. Wallace, 1871
  Near Hillsboro: Shelton Farrar Leake, 1812
  Ivy Depot: James Garland, 1791
  Near Ivy: Meriwether Lewis, 1774
  Scottsville: Thomas S. Martin, 1847 — Marion Lindsay Dawson, c.1870
   See also Virginia birthplaces not assigned to counties.

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