Clifford, John D. (1778-1820)

Section I, Lot 14  
A native Philadelphian of wealth and culture, John D. Clifford contributed greatly to Lexington's reputation as the "Athens of the West." He was a supporter of Translyvania University, the Lexington Athanaeum, and the Episcopal Church; and was keenly interested in geology and other natural sciences. He and his wife, Mary Morton, a daughter of "Lord" William Mortan, lie in unmarked graves.  

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