died of natural causes
on July 4, 1826
at the age of 83
in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Thomas Jefferson was the third president of the United States and one of the key drafters of the Declaration of Independence. Biographer James Parton said Thomas Jefferson could "calculate an eclipse, survey an estate, tie an artery, plan an edifice,...
Elected president in what Jefferson called the "Revolution of 1800", he .... an old
friend of Peter Jefferson, died in 1745, he appointed Peter as guardian to ...
When Jefferson's fath...
Thomas Jefferson's exact cause of death has never been conclusively ... to the
ripe old age of 83, but his health had been declining since 1818, when he visited
Thomas Jefferson takes his last breath on July 4, 1826, fifty years to the day after
the signing of The Declaration of Independence.
There, he plotted how to bring his Republican faction back into power in the ... He
was mistaken: Jefferson had died five hours earlier at Monticello at the age of 82.
.... Old West. 1804. Lewis and Clark celebrate July 4. Staging the first-ever ...
Thomas Jefferson was the author of the Declaration of Independence and third
president ... Since he was 83 years old, it is assumed he died of natural causes.
An inquiry seeking the cause of death for one or more of the presidents is ... be
better attributed nowadays than to "old age" (no one dies of that anymore; ... with
leeches [because that's what they did] to the point where he could not fight ...
Thomas Jefferson: debility (most likely dehydration resulting from amoebic
John Adams and Thomas Jefferson died on the same day, July 4, 1826. .... the
illness and decrepitude that old age would bring, that he was depressed. .... this
hardly explains how he could go from a condition of such alertness and good ...
Fifty years to the day, the 90-year-old Adams and 83-year-old Jefferson died just
... his father's death, “About one afternoon [1 pm] he said 'Thomas Jefferson ...
Learn more about Thomas Jefferson, draftsman of the U.S. Declaration of ...
Jefferson died in bed at Monticello (located near Charlottesville, Virginia) on July
4, 1826. .... As he wrote to his good friend, James Monroe, "My God! how little do
my ... Jefferson also put an end to the centuries-old problem of Barbary pirates ...